Being Able to Say, “I’m Sorry”

Looking inward and changing is a hard teaching. The nearer that Jesus got to the cross, the fewer the people who followed Him. His disciples said: “This is a hard tea
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The Allure Of Sympathy

The conversation or thought process of many people who want to make the choice of depression is predictable. They want to think that others can get out of depression, b
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How Do You Repair a Relationship?

How do you break a relationship? You disobey. How do you repair a relationship? You repent and then you obey. If you are alive and can read this and you
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Turning Guilt And Depression Around

What we have learned so far is that guilt-depression is real and it hurts. However, the choice of sympathy from self-pity, victimization, and projection
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How to Deal with a Dysfunctional Family History

As we have discussed before, the world’s first family was dysfunctional: Cain killed his brother with a rock! Any sin in a family member affects the other
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