New Life Live: February 6, 2017

Topics: Guilt, Aging Parents, Intimacy, Divorce, Pornography
Hosts: Steve Arterburn, Dr. Sheri Keffer, Milan Yerkovich

Caller Questions:

  1. Why do I feel so tormented for not connecting emotionally with my aging parents?
  2. I am struggling in my marriage because I am not sexually satisfied; what should I do?
  3. Should we divorce after my husband’s porn and a roller coaster marriage?

Suggested Resources:
Take Your Life Back
How We Love

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2018-01-26T06:19:20+00:00

One Comment

  1. Anna February 13, 2017 at 2:31 pm - Reply

    The last callers (married couple) – that husband needs a reality check. He married someone with a lot of childhood pain (which he’s probably never bothered to understand), then he inflicts MORE pain on her, and then somehow it’s all her fault? Husband – you can point fingers all you want, but your porn use is hurting your wife and it’s probably triggering abuse from her childhood. You came across as prideful, combative, insensitive and downright boorish. Your porn problem means YOU have a root issue that is all yours to deal with. You, as the man – protector – brought that dysfunction into your marriage. Your responsibility as a godly husband is to love your wife like Christ loves the church, and there is no room in that relationship for porn – period. I feel sorry for your wife. I hope she takes you to task and requires more of you.

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