Resolving Marital Conflict: A Christian Counselor’s Guide, Part I

The article, “Resolving Marital Conflict: A Christian Counselor’s Guide, Part I”, source; seattle christian counseling states

“By Rick McGregor, MA, LMHCA, Seattle Christian Counseling, PLLC No matter how much you may want to ignore it, conflict is common to all marriages.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:
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Marriage is a sacred union that however falls into the profane world of vice.  Marriage is subjugated to divorce, infidelity and selfishness.

In marriage counseling it is important to keep an eye on the sacred nature of marriage and to translate that to the world.

This article looks at conflict and selfishness as two issues in marriage.  Conflict is natural as with our fallen nature, selfishness as well.  Practicing as one, instead of two can help reduce the tension that create these issues.

This is an excellent article for Christian Counselors to read who are helping couples overcome conflict.

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