Day 10: Bad Couples Therapy

why most marriage counseling fails

Dr. William Doherty wrote, “the only form of therapy that received low ratings in a famous national survey of therapy clients, published in 1996 by Consumer Reports, was couples therapy” (see Bad Couples Therapy in Psychotherapy Networker). He proposed that this problem exists because psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and psychiatrists have never had even […]

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Day 8: Sweet Companion

God gives Adam a Someone of his own

We left off yesterday the with Truth that Adam needs his own Someone. So God does surgery … while Adam’s sleeping, of course. The Lord removes a rib to create his Someone – Someone just for him. Can you imagine Adam’s excitement when he wakes up? A totally cool setup – just for him. He […]

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Day 6: The Importance of Rest

come to Me, you who are weary and burdened

If you’re reading this, you’re probably someone who works hard at your relationships. But are you remembering to rest? To take it easy for awhile? To let go of “intense”? When you focus all your energy on changing yourself, your circumstances – or your mate or anyone else – you miss out on some important […]

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