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Today on HELP! Realtionships 102, we candidly open up
the controlling person's tendency to control through the use of emotionally intimidating confrontation!
The irony is that as confrontational as the controlling person might be, he can be as defensive and disliking of being confronted as much the people he may try to control through confrontation. Indeed, the misuse of confrontational behavior can sometimes— seemingly at first, yield forth the desired results but, ultimately it can result in the break down in the communication of a relationship, which almost always segue into the over-all destruction of that marriage!
Join us as we address the unaddressed issue of conquering the confrontational behavior of a controlling person!
Today on HELP! Relationships 102, we deal with the question of how to deal with controlling people-- especially when that controlling person is your spouse!
In most marital relationships, one personality can very often be more dominiant than the other. And even though that relationship may have the appearance of being peaceful and loving...beneath the surface of the obvious, there maybe a hidden war waging.
How does one deal with a controlling person? Equally as important a question...how does one deal with a person who is easily controlled?
Join us today as we address the nature and the solution of the control or be controlled relationship.
Today in HELP! Relationships 102, we continue in administering the ways the LORD prescribes in dealing with a spouse that needs to be in control!
Many married people today, feel forced to "hide" who they truly are and what they are truly feeling from their controlling spouse!
The LORD did'nt intend for you to feel enslaved within your own marriage. He did'nt mean for you to have to continually lose yourself to an ungrateful spouse, just to stay married.
But, there is Hope! You are not alone in your prison-like marriage!There is a way out! Escapeing through "hiding" or divorce is not always the answer. The LORD has a sovereign escape plan that promises to liberate both you and your spouse from a controlling relationship, and unto a blissful marriage of mutual love and respect! He intends to bless you, heal you, and restore you to what He originally intended you to have your marriage.
Join us today on part 3 in the series "Dealing With A Controlling Spouse" and learn how to free your marriage from a controlling spouse!
Today on HELP! Relationships 102, we speak to the dilemma of how to find GOD's already given strength or wherewithal to free yourself from the control of a controlling spouse!
Many of the liberating approaches opened up in these past few broadcasts can sometimes require a certain amount of strength and in some cases-- courage, to employ. The question is, how do you find that strength? In the transitioning away from a controlling relationship with your spouse, where do you find the courage to risk facing your fear of losing them, in the changeover? And how do you liberate yourself and your spouse from a controlling marriage without things always errupting into a big argunment?
Very often, understanding how to be free in your marriage, is learning how you may be unknowingly giving away your freedom. Join us as we learn how to appropriate GOD's liberating grace-- allowing Him to redevelop your marriage into what He originally intended!
in Self Help
We are all shaped by our beliefs, and our beliefs turn into habits. If we reevaluate our beliefs, then our habits may change, as we change. However, if we never examine our beliefs, then our habits control us. We run on autopilot and our habits run us.
It’s important to control your own destiny, and a big part of that is controlling your own habits.
Examine your habits, and if you some bad habits, change your beliefs. Jeanie Cisco-Meth shares how you can keep your habits from controlling you, by controlling them.
Today on HELP! Relationships 102, we continue on our teaching about how to effectively fix relationships rooted in control. There is hope! And even though most people address it by running from that relationship, there are ways of actually salvaging and even saving that relationship!
Join us today as we address this very important and often misunderstood aspect of marital relationship, that if dealt with properlly could surprisingly and potentially-- blossom into something special and even beautiful.
Today on HELP! Relationships 102, we begin the process of unveiling the motivation behind the person with the impulse of needing to be in control. As we look at what makes him tick, some of you may be surprised to learn that there is a little 'Control Freak" in us all, in varying degrees!
Join us as we addressed the unaddressed question of why the controller, control!
Today I want to speak to you about how to break free from life controlling habits. Turn with me to: 2 Peter 2:19 While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage. Many of the times when a message is brought about breaking free from habits, people minds immediately switch to…well this will be good one for the drug addict and the alcoholic, they need a message like this. And I agree
in Self Help
This is one of the Toughest Lessons to Learn Great leaders are recognizable by their ability to influence people and achieve goals, without controlling their team(s). Proactive people focus their efforts in the Circle of Influence. Reactive people focus their efforts in the Circle of Concern.
There are a lot of factors at play in the world and it seems that everything is spiralling down the drain. Well, that is true for sure. It is easy to blame our "elected" leaders or those who take power via coup or other means. Are the "leaders" that we see really in control? Is there a group of men who control our leaders or does the control go even higher up. Could unseen forces be in control of the tsuris (troubles) that we face every day? Tune in on Saturday to see what Scripture has to say. You might be surprised, but who knows?
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Excessive anger can effect your health and lead to heart disease and obesity. In this episode, learn to get a grip on anger by dealing with situations and others in a different way. Do not let anger take control of your life, start winning by gettting healthier and building stronger relationships.