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The unhealthy games we play – Part 2, Duality

Picture this.  You are at a business function with your husband.  You stand loyally at his side throughout the evening and thoroughly enjoy the charm, the warmth and the conversation that he exudes with everyone that he encounters.  You see … Continue reading

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The unhealthy games we play – Part 1 – sex

I’m convinced that the difference between a mediocre marriage and a shocking marriage are the games that we play with each other.  I’m not talking about recreational activities, but rather control-based games of power and manipulation. In the workshops we’ve … Continue reading

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Keep it Playful

You ever watch a young couple in love?  They’re always flirting and teasing each other.   Laughter is the norm.  There’s a playful quality that is present that is both infectious and energizing.  Is it strictly youth that creates such … Continue reading

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Rules of Engagement

If you say you never argue with your spouse, I’ll say that you’re not talking enough!  Conflict is inevitable in an intimate relationship.  The biblical concept of “the two shall become one” is not an immediate transformation, but rather a … Continue reading

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Insanity…….?

How often do we find ourselves frustrated with our marriage; specifically with our partner?  “I swear, if she does that one more time, I’m going to scream”, or “He won’t get his lazy butt off the couch, I could really … Continue reading

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