Recently, I was Sheila Gregoire’s guest at her blog, To Love Honor and Vacuum, where I shared about an argument I had with my husband years ago that resulted in several important and helpful insights about myself. Though I don’t exactly enjoy having to learn lessons the hard way, that’s often the best and most memorable way that I learn. How about you?
Another great blessing occurred due to this argument; another counselor, Lesli Doares came across my article at Sheila’s place and asked if she could interview me about my experience on her radio show. And I gladly agreed!
It was great to talk with Lesli because we have so much in common as fellow-counselors, but also as wives who are committed to our marriages even when our marriages take us into the fray of an argument. 😉
Click here to go to Lesli’s interview with me. And click here, if you’d like to read my article over at Sheila’s place.
Also, click here if you’d like to use the prayer journaling tool that I use to do an “argument autopsy” on conflicts in my marriage. It really has been a game-changer for both my husband and me—aiding us in our ability to talk through any conflict with greater insight and humility. I hope you’ll give it a try!
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What are some insights you’ve been able to glean from arguments you’ve had with your spouse?
What do you do to glean these insights?
Here are some lovely linkups I join – Inspire Me Monday, Moments of Hope, Literary Musing Mondays, Jennifer Dukes Lee, Break Through Homeschooling Linkup, Coffee for Your Heart, Sitting Among Friends, Faith and Friends, Fresh Market Friday, and DanceWithJesusFriday
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