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The Cure for My Compulsion to Control – Part 1

Photo by Ashton Mullins on Unsplash Last week I shared about how we can develop a compulsion to control other people, situations, and the Lord in this post. I thought I “had to try to control” other people and situations. I truly believed it was my responsibility and that everything would be a disaster if I […]

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A “Drill Sergeant” Approach VS. a Godly Feminine Approach

A “Humorous Wedding Cake Topper” at Wal-Mart. Definitely not the picture of godly femininity we are going for! And not humorous at all, in my view. Warning: Please do not attempt any of the things I talk about on my blog without the Holy Spirit’s counsel. John 16:14: “and He will give you a Counselor […]

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BlessedOut Shares a Bit of Her Journey

A precious sister in the Lord, BlessedOut, has allowed me to share her response to a woman who commented on one of my posts: One of the things you said made me curious: “…then we can go about having (men) understand that it’s much more about their perceptions than actually being disrespected…” I have been […]

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Godlywifetobe – Step 2 – Facing Her Fears

This is some more of my correspondence with Godlywifetobe. I have also taken on another wife to mentor whose story I hope to share in the coming week. GraceAlone is doing well. There are definitely some days that are very hard, but there are also new blessings.  She is 3 months into her journey – […]

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Husbands Share Their Masculine Perspectives with Us

I asked the men some questions earlier this week and want to share some of the responses I have received. I want to share all of them!!!  But some, I want to reserve for my book. 🙂 I’m so thankful for the husbands who are willing to share a masculine perspective on these important issues. […]

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Fear Fuels Our “Need” to Control

FEAR is a major part of our motivation to grab for control as women. We are afraid we won’t be loved. We are afraid we aren’t secure in the relationship. We are afraid we will be rejected. We are afraid we aren’t good enough. We are afraid we aren’t beautiful enough. We are afraid of […]

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