why arguing is a sign of affection

Why Arguing is a Sign of Affection

why arguing is a sign of affection






Your weekly roundup :: March 18 – 22

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.






Boundaries Should Protect, Not Hinder


This week on the 4word blog, Diane Paddison shares three reasons she believes we struggle with boundaries, and then lists the steps you should take to set good boundaries for yourself, according to Molly Fletcher.




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Listen to this month’s episode How Boundaries Give You Your Best Life feat. Dr. Mollie Bond


Overworked, overstressed, and over it? It’s time to let boundaries into your life. Dr. Mollie Bond, the Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations for Moody Bible Institute, shares her tips for creating and protecting space in your life at work, in your personal life, and within your church community. Hosted by Jordan Johnstone.






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Women, Our Success May Rely On One Another

Carley Sime writes on Forbes about the incredible importance for all women to have strong “inner circles” of other women, if they want to advance in their careers.





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Why Spouses (and All Christians) Need to Argue More

Shane Pruitt with Relevant Magazine shows why arguing can be a sign that you actually care about your relationship.




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Why Does God Have Me in This Lowly Job?

Dr. Art Lindsley with The Institute for Faith, Work & Economics goes to scripture for guidance around the potential downfalls of wanting career mobility.





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Listen to the latest Mentoring Monday radio show!

Listen to the latest episode of Mentoring Monday, featuring Kathleen Cooke!







4word: Local Group Events


Take a look at these upcoming 4word: Local Group event dates and see which one(s) you can attend. We’d love to see you there!





For details on these events, please visit our 4word Events page.



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