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Families That Go Far: How to Thrive and Not…

Families That Go Far: How to Thrive and Not Just Survive

by Scott Nesse

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Are you satisfied with what is going on in your family right now? Do your children get along with each other? Is the emotional climate inside your home healthy and free from outbursts of anger? Whether you are getting ready to go on your honeymoon or a long time veteran of family living, your understanding of the forces and issues that can help or hinder your family is critical. Simply put, the family is the most powerful relational unit you will ever be a part of. When it comes to your families well being you must never settle for second best. This book enables you to explore family dynamics from a practical, scriptural perspective, offering insight and strategies that can help you to realize your family’s potential.

The main points in this book are firstly, to point out husbands’ responsibility in developing a marital identity with his wife during the key first year of marriage. The second point is to alert parents to the dark side of anger and how Satan will try to provoke family members to simple anger. Thirdly, to point out that sibling abuse is all too real, all too pervasive, all too destructive and often all too overlooked. The fourth is to point out the strategic role “giving thanks” plays in overcoming spiritual and emotional difficulties.

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