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Day 1

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  • I am almost ready to give up. My husband is verbally abusive and he has called me names in front of our young 3 children. We have been really struggling in our marriage for almost a year he likes to act as if it's all my fault. He does not take any accountability and never says he is sorry.  I am taking this challenge with the hopes that we can both change and provide a stable happy home for children. 

  • Welcome.  Realize this will be a journey between you and Christ, not you and him.  He will be used as a tool to mold you.  Do a dare a day, no more,  no less.  Do the dares as intended without manipulating them to make them easier. Do not read ahead in the book, other than the appendix, especially about leading the heart.

    Have no expectations when doing the  dares.  He may appreciate, ignore, or show  frustration when you do some dares.  This all will have  purpose.  

    Right now you want the dares to help change him, but for now, just look for you to change, by growing  in Christ.  

    Try journaling in the love dare journal section, under the  community tab.  More people  will read and possibly respond to  you there.  Not a lot of activity on this part of the  site.  But come back to this side of the  site and I will check back. Or if you need  help finding the  other part of the site, let me know here.  

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