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By Dave Earley

Puzzling over tips to construct nice relationships? flip to the Bible for guidance—that’s the place writer Dave Earley came across his 14 secrets and techniques to higher Relationships. From “Accept,” “Love,” and “Serve” via “Pray,” “Comfort,” and “Understand,” those ideas may also help readers construct lasting connections with these round them. writer of the preferred “21 Most” sequence, Earley says, “Though i've got a level in counseling, have led small teams for over thirty-five years, and feature served as a pastor for many of my grownup lifestyles, i don't give some thought to myself a professional on relationships. . . . i feel there's just one precise specialist on relationships—God. He has generously shared His wisdom with us in a ebook that we seek advice from because the Bible.”

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We do not simply react to whatever a situation throws at us. 2 Rather, through the stories we W H E R E DO S T O R I E S COME FROM bring into the world about love and other things, we partially create a world to which we then react. " For example, a woman might repeatedly seek out a controlling, abusive partner, then complain that she keeps ending up with horrible losers. She is right, but she may fail to realize the active role she has played in creating this situation. Were Zach and Tammy to split, they would very likely end up in new relationships that resemble war zones.

Consider, for example, what I call the addiction story (described later in the book), in which one partner is addicted to the relationship and to the love underlying it. Two partners may share an addiction story, but for the relationship to work, they need to take complementary roles. One will typically be the addict; the other is the codependent, who "helps" the addict through his or her tribulations. The addiction may be to the partner, but may also be to drugs, alcohol, or even a cause. The critical element is the presence of addiction, and it probably matters much less exactly what it is to.

But Maria didn't want to feel like she was spending her life in a prison. And more and more, that was the way she was feeling. Julio called it curiosity; she called it morbid jealousy. She wanted out. It wasn't so easy, though. Julio didn't want out, and Maria was genuinely afraid of what he would do if she left. She'd gone to counselors, a lawyer, a minister, and friends. No one seemed to be able to help her, especially because Julio really hadn't done anything illegal. She felt stuck. She was.

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