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What You Need to Change When Your Spouse Doesn't If the issue is anger or verbal abuse, remove yourself from the situation: “I can’t talk to you or listen to you when I’m being yelled at. If you want to communicate with me, then you have to do it in a way that doesn’t feel verbally violent.” (The chapter on Jo in Sacred Influence tells the entire story of how she worked with her husband on his anger issues over a long period of time.)

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Who Is Caring for Your Child? Are you watching the people watching your children? Another informative article by Ey Wade on Blogging Authors. http://www.bloggingauthors.com/blogging_authors/2012/6/26/who-is-caring-your-child.html Who is Caring Your Child? TUESDAY, JUNE26, 2012 Guest Post by Ey Wade Who is really caring for your child? As an over thirty year veteran of the child care profession and an author of a novel dealing with the negligence which occurs in the day care centers, I have…

What hurt are you still carrying round with you? What grief is still influencing your present? What confusion anger or pain are you still using as your shield to keep others away from you in the hope of never hurting again? What is it you are abusing to keep you from experiencing life? What are you allowing to slowly kill you? Are you hoing to be brave and dare to let ygo of your burden that is stifling your joy in your life? Would you like help with getting ready to let the pain of…

What You Need to Change When Your Spouse Doesn't If the issue is anger or verbal abuse, remove yourself from the situation: “I can’t talk to you or listen to you when I’m being yelled at. If you want to communicate with me, then you have to do it in a way that doesn’t feel verbally violent.” (The chapter on Jo in Sacred Influence tells the entire story of how she worked with her husband on his anger issues over a long period of time.)