New Life Live: January 27, 2015

Topics: DatingSexual IntegrityEmotional AbuseParentingMarriageAffairsAnger 
Hosts: Steve ArterburnDr. Jill Hubbard

Caller Questions:

  1. I fell in love, and then she ran back to her old boyfriend. 
  2. What do I do when my wife cusses at me in front of our daughter? 
  3. How do I leave the married man who has supported me for 15yrs? 
  4. Why am I such an angry man? 
  5. What makes my boyfriend of 2yrs set a wedding date and then change his mind? 

Suggested Resources:
Is This The One
Healing Is a Choice
7 Minute Marriage Solution
How We Love
Secrets Women Keep

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  1. Patti January 28, 2015 at 3:58 am - Reply

    I wonder about the sincerity of the call Charles placed. Sounded like a prank call with laughter in the background.

  2. ann January 29, 2015 at 6:59 am - Reply

    Eric, first I respect the fact that you took it upon yourself to call for help and advice, bless you for that. I was in a very volatile relationship to a man I almost married, he was very abusive toward me and the only way to defend myself was to give what I was receiving but mine was more verbal than physical and none of that was of me, I suggested to him many times to leave (we were cohabitating) because it’s obvious that we cannot get along, the disrespect alone was dangerous, I won’t take you or myself back down horror lane. He stopped going to our counseling sessions, I wanted to make things better between us apart or together but he wanted different and not for the better. Please continue seeking help and counseling, it won’t get better , if anything it’ll get worse, please act now if you want your marriage to work and your daughter to change her attitude and outlook on life. There is no need to continue living up the circumstances of you guys are, if you want this marriage to work then work it out but if not, you guys need to go your separate ways, really. I pray to God that things work out for you and your family. And Jill was right, it only takes a strike of a match to set off a blaze, not telling you what I heard this is what I know. My life is so much better because I had to put that blaze out and with God’s help I did and even the soot is gone. Blessings to you, your daughter, and your marriage.

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