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I am a sociopath, and I’m perfectly okay with that designation. I don’t think I’m a monster, and even though you’ve probably been told to stay away from me, I don’t believe you need to fear me at all. You do have to realize however, that I am the singular person in my universe, and [...]

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So, we want to talk about living together before we get married. Now, we know the Bible has some very specific things to say about sexual sin, and nobody would ever pretend that moving in together wouldn’t be coupled with a very active sexual relationship. And I’m sure we’d also agree that sexual convenience would [...]

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We want to talk about narcissists because it’s a term that gets thrown around a lot these days. But many people who’ve been in a relationship with a true narcissist don’t necessarily know what exactly has happened to them, and they are often left simply searching for answers. So we want to briefly define what [...]

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Cally, over at drivethrudivorcerecovery asked me to post this up on our blog… I’m happy to do it…  ************************************************************************************** Visit drivethrudivorcerecovery.com for weekly articles that will hold your hand and make things easier for you. Undergoing a divorce or separation is a human experience, if felt deep within, leaves you as though your world has [...]

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There’s a foreword to this story…  I’ve met Justin and his story is compelling indeed. We’ve actually turned this story into a book we’ve titled, “Down The Rabbit Hole”… It’s on Amazon from Graceprint Books, and you can find it here – Jeff My name is Justin and this is my story… I am 40-something [...]

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It seems to depend a lot upon our self-talk; upon the story we develop about what happened; and upon whether we believe that our lives are set in stone, or whether we are flexible enough to change. “Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be broken.” It’s probably normal for us to ask ourselves, [...]

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We’re starting a new series here on the Grace For Divorce Blog page. We’re calling it, “This is my story.” We’ve wanted for a long time, to create a forum for those who have come through a traumatic learning experience, and have seen God’s grace in it, to share that experience for the benefit, encouragement, [...]

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I’m not sure where to begin with this story.  I always thought I was a pretty smart woman.  When my 26 year marriage ended in divorce, I really thought I had all my emotions in check and all my needs under control. But obviously I didn’t. I had really determined in my life, that I [...]

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Anyone we might choose to marry would certainly be a little wrong for us. I believe it’s wise to be appropriately pessimistic, because perfection in human beings is not really attainable this side of heaven. Nevertheless, we sometimes encounter couples who are able to keep the magic happening in their relationships in spite of the [...]

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Many of you recognize that you’ve gotten to this place of separation and divorce because you have made a poor choice in marriage. You’ve seen that your feelings, emotions and appetites have driven the bus and decided the direction of your life, and they have brought you to grief. Now that you realize the sad [...]