Hide the keys! Hide your eyes!

Hide the keys! Hide your eyes!

Your husband might hear the advice of a third, professional party better than from family or friends. In the meantime, try taking the wheel, or riding with friends.

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Love Without Trust

Love Without Trust

If you don’t trust your sibling, you’ll always be on guard, and that’s a shaky basis to build a quality relationship upon.

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Following the Path of Faith

Following the Path of Faith

This searching is a kind of prayer. Religion teaches us words and rituals for prayer, but as we mature we long to find our own expression of faith. Your restlessness is evidence that your spiritual life is thriving.

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When Someone Betrays Your Trust

When Someone Betrays Your Trust

Long-term relationships, as with family, will go through deep wounds like this one. They’re not impossible to heal, but require thoughtful, intentional effort on all sides.

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Sickness, Suicide, and Letting Go of Anger that Doesn’t Serve

Sickness, Suicide, and Letting Go of Anger that Doesn’t Serve

The darkness is so vast they do not factor in the impact their actions will have. Worse yet, they may even feel that their loved ones will be better off without them. This isn’t something he did TO his family.

His family, however, deals with the repercussions. Your anger is understandable. You’ve reached a breaking point of your own.

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Drunk at Work

Drunk at Work

It takes immense courage to be the one who calls out the inappropriate behavior of the alcoholic, because the intervention includes the entire system of people the alcoholic interacts with. The size of the company and the absence of an HR department give you little protection should you air these concerns to your supervisor.

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