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Dealing with Sexual Issues in Marriage

March 29th, 2019 by posted in Marriage and Family

In almost every marriage, either the husband or the wife feels sexually unfulfilled, at least at some level. What probably makes the situation more difficult are expectations. Based on what everyone else seems to be doing, as well as the cultural stereotypes, we probably have unrealistic expectations. These expectations are likely a huge barrier to […]

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Counseling Couples Regarding Their Extended Family

October 15th, 2018 by posted in Marriage and Family

One of the main issues in the lives of couples, especially young marrieds, is in how to deal with in-laws. The problem often develops as a result of an improper understanding of God’s design for marriage, coupled with the cultural milieu in which the couple live. The lawyer league of Italy reported that the “Mother […]

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Self Esteem and Children

August 6th, 2018 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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