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My Husband Constantly Blames Me

By Leslie Vernick & Co. | January 22, 2014 |

  Morning friends, I’m snowed in today. Yesterday too. It’s beautiful but cold. I feel like I’m in Chicago instead of Pennsylvania. Many of you feel like you are in the desert place. Some are tempted to despair. We must fight that feeling. Thomas Merton writes, “The desert is the home of despair. And despair is everywhere……This, then is our…

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Why Do I Stay?

By Leslie Vernick & Co. | December 30, 2013 |

  Good morning friends, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. And if you didn’t, I hope you have let it go and surrendered it to Christ. Life is too short to brood over what didn’t happen. There is a freedom in learning how to let go of those negative emotions and if you need help with that, I teach…

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More Clarity on Boundaries and Consequences

By Leslie Vernick & Co. | December 23, 2013 |

Merry Christmas Friends, I hope you are ready. If not, then let it go. It’s time to stop being frantic and remember what Christmas is all about. Over the past few weeks I’ve answered several questions about boundaries and consequences. And, from your many responses, some of you are waking up to the idea that its okay for you to…

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Boundaries and Consequences

By Leslie Vernick | December 10, 2013 |

Morning friends, Sorry I’m late with this blog.  It’s been that kind of week. You know what I’m talking about.  I got a new computer and I’m on a steep learning curve.  Yes, I’ve finally converted to MAC.  December is the month I’ve committed to learning this before I start traveling again in January. I’ve also been a little slow…

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More About Boundaries and Consequences

By Leslie Vernick | April 22, 2013 |

  Today’s Question: Since you’ve been talking about boundaries, I have a question related to waiting/holding my boundaries in an emotional destructive relationship. After about a year and a half of counseling, studying, praying, learning and with the accountability of several strong prayer partners . . . . I began confronting some things about my relationship with my Mom –…

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