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June 23, 2017

In Sickness and in Health

Gary Thomas — 

This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. I’m rather late with this post. One of the reasons for that is that I’ve been writing a devotional […]

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June 2, 2017

Men We are Third

Gary Thomas — 

This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship.   One of the most frequent requests I get is to write a book specifically for husbands. The reason […]

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This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. Here’s a shocking thought: Most of us approach child-rearing from the perspective of, “How many kids do we want […]

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April 20, 2017

Your Boyfriend’s Brain

Gary Thomas — 

This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship.   Single women, your boyfriend’s brain is very different than yours. If you try to evaluate him like you’d […]

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This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. There’s a simple definition of cherishing that doesn’t fully encompass the word, but it’s an essential slice of it. […]

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This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. It has been so exciting for Lisa and me to watch the enthusiastic reception of Cherish. We’re so glad […]

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This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. While writing Cherish, a good friend of mine who does a lot of counseling warned me that many spouses—up […]

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Singles seeking to marry well can learn so much from a man who got married four hundred years ago. He made a supremely wise choice for all the right reasons and benefitted immensely because of it. Don’t be freaked out that he was a Puritan. Richard Baxter (1615-1691) lived half his life as a single […]

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February 9, 2017

Forsaking All Others

Gary Thomas — 

This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. Being closer to anyone other than your spouse is a betrayal of your wedding vows. When we think of […]

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This blog is not written for women in abusive marriages. The advice offered in these posts will challenge both husbands and wives, but the advice could be counter-productive if it is applied in an abusive relationship. There’s a popular joke in New England that expresses just how much affection Patriots fans have for their beloved […]

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