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January 10, 2017

A Tale of Two Wives

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. “All right,” the event organizer told me, “here’s your ride. His name is Terry.” You’ll have to forgive me […]

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January 7, 2017

The Marriage You Want

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. If you’ve been reading this blog, you’ve heard me talking a lot lately about cherishing our spouse. What does […]

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December 27, 2016

Keeping Your Promise

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.   Wayne Williams grew up a Chicago Cubs fan because that was his father’s favorite team. As a young […]

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November 29, 2016

Enough is Enough

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. “If anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters—yes, even […]

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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. I’ve found men are most motivated to change during two times in a romantic relationship: Prior to the wedding […]

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After a Sacred Search conference in which I had laid out essential character traits to look for in a future spouse, a group of six men asked a question. Five of them were convinced by what I had said; one wasn’t, and he’s the one who asked the question in the form of several statements: […]

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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. One of the most common questions I get about my book for singles, The Sacred Search, which gives a […]

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A model in the 2013 issue of Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit edition called herself a “grandma” because she was appearing in her ninth consecutive issue. It’s apparently unusual for a model to do that kind of modeling for nearly a decade. Think about this—nine years and she’s a “grandma.” My wife and I have been married […]

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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. One of the least productive, and indeed most destructive mental exercises in marriage is to spend any time asking […]

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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. How earnestly do you want to feel close to your spouse? Enough to kill something for it? “Anna’s” dad […]

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