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December 5, 2023

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SarahMarch 6, 2015

Sophia, my husband has a temper as well, and has been to councilling twice and is ' now cured ' he said and I have the issues, so I went to see the same councillor and it's not me with issues!! Did it through lds services, it's free. Your bishop refers you. All I can advise is speak to heavenly father, he will tell you what you need to do, or what he will do ( ie take your husband home and hang in there...) or what will work. Good luck, thinking of you.

SophiaMarch 5, 2015

I feel that I need to try this in my marriage. My marriage is falling apart and without some serious change it won't last another year. There is so much contention between my husband and I, and my husband has immense anger issues, so I'm not sure how effective turning the other cheek will be. A part of me believes he takes pleasure in cutting me with his words...I guess time, and sacrifice, will tell.

BettyMarch 3, 2015

I have heard it said to turn the other cheek means to turn around and walk away.



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