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What is the role of friendships in our lives? There is a saying, " A friend in
need is a friend indeed". Friendships should be all about love and standing
in God's truth.
In this episode, we will explore how vital friends can be in helping us
thrive and see life from another perspective. Join us as we use
scripture, poetry and music to delve into our friendships.
Hello Listeners! Tonight we are going to speak on energys of friendships and relationships. The good, bad and ugly! We want you to also feel free to call in and voice your opinion on this topic as well. All are welcome. We will also talk about the importance of loyalty.
You don't want to miss As I Sip My Tea Honey this season.
So when it comes to (Friends and Friendships) who holds it down more, Men or Women? I was at work last week and some ladies and I got into a heavy debate about female friendships and how they compared to male friendships. It seems that these women believed that women and the friendships they have are deeper and some how reallier then the ones that most men have. I have to call BULLSH!T!!! Most women can't even find more than 2 other women to be around so off top that's a lie!!! If you disagree call in @607-203-5357
Some say opposite sex friendships CAN work. Some say they CAN'T. What do you believe?
Do you trust his/her business partner even when your "spidey" senses are tingling?
Is she/he really just a co-worker?
What would you say or do if you found out that there was a previous sexual relationship with this so called FRIEND?
She/he keeps giving him/her the eye - is there more than what meets the eye?
Should you know all of his/her opposite sex friends?
What do you say, or do if your significant has a history of demonstrating questionable judgment with past friendships?
Does marriage change your response?
Would you ask them to cut the friendship off? But, what if they were friends before YOU?
How would you feel if they only talk when you're not around?
Do you find yourself in relationships with the same or very similar challenges as your previous ones?
Why are you parenting your children the way your parents did despite having pledged that you'd "never be like him/her".
Is it within your control to change these things or is this "just how you are"?
Would you change this a little or a lot if you thought you could?
Dr. Chan and Seah invites you to join them in discussion and share your insights, questions, experiences on Challenging Patterns of Behaviour in Relationships, Friendships & Parenting in November's episode of Growing Consciousness
When friendship goes too far
It begins innocently. You talk about the events of the day, your interests, share funny stories. Pretty soon, you’re discussing the passions of your heart and confiding in each other about the problems in your marriages.
What began as an innocent friendship with someone of the opposite sex has quickly become an emotional affair. And if you’re not careful, it could mushroom into a full-blown physical affair.
Of course, most of us have friends of the opposite sex and never stumble into an affair. But it can be easier than you think to cross the line in those kinds of friendships. That’s why you need to set appropriate boundaries with opposite-sex friends and guard your heart – and the heart of your marriage!
What you need to know
We live in a culture that is largely hostile to Biblical truth, moral purity and marital fidelity. Our hearts are continuously bombarded by temptations from our human nature, our culture and the devil himself. Here are three things you can count on:
You have a marriage relationship that is worth guarding with your life.
Living in a world that is largely hostile to healthy marriages, your hearts will come under attack.
You cannot survive these attacks on your own. You and your spouse must stand together against your common foe. You must guard your heart and guard each other’s heart. And you need others to stand with you over the long haul – Christians who share your desire for a divorce-proof marriage.