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Self Esteem and Children

March 30th, 2022 by posted in Counseling, Marriage and Family

While the self-esteem movement may seem an age old phenomenon, its beginning is fairly recent. The roots of the self-esteem movement go back to the later nineteenth century with William James among the early psychologist promoters of the importance of loving self. James first used the term self-esteem with a categorical scientific definition in 1892. […]

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Egalitarian or Complementarian?

January 1st, 2022 by posted in Counseling, Marriage and Family

There is a debate, at least in the west, regarding a women’s role in the home and in the church. Some contend that since men and women are equal in Christ, that they are equal in the roles they play in the home and church. This view is known as Egalitarianism. There is a second […]

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A Short Primer on Marital Roles

March 30th, 2021 by posted in Marriage and Family

  This article is not meant to be an exhaustive treatment of marital roles and issues. It is simply meant to be a short primer that may be used by biblical counselors who are helping couples understand their roles and the seriousness before God of their submission to him. The thoughts and ideas here are […]

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The Dominant Husband

March 12th, 2021 by posted in Marriage and Family

Introduction This article will investigate the behavior of the dominant husband. In this article, I will look at the secular view of dominant husbands, the Christian response to dominant husbands, and how biblical counselors can help those husbands and wives who are in marriages where the husbands display this behavior. In the past, dominant husbands […]

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Quick Thoughts on Counseling Stepfamilies

January 30th, 2021 by posted in Marriage and Family

If published statistics are true, 66% or more of second marriages including children from previous marriages fail. This may be due in part to the increased stress experienced by all members of a new step, or blended family. Stress in a new family situation is normal. Even if the transition appears to be going well, […]

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