Five Essentials for Healthy Relationships

Cheri Strange

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Five Essentials for Healthy Relationships

Podcast #52

Hey! Welcome to the She Yearns Podcast and today’s episode, Five Essentials for Healthy Relationships

Today’s focus on the She Yearns Podcast is on five essentials for developing and sustaining healthy relationships. It’s not an exhaustive list or not clinical. It’s just a good, sound voice of experience speaking from a biblical worldview. I don’t think there is anyone among us who can boast of having it all together in terms of relationships. We are all sinful and make mistakes from time to time. Unfortunately, that involves hurting the people we love more often than we would like to admit. And it really doesn’t matter how long you have been at the relationship game, or how spiritual your position. It’s a, sometimes, painful process of moving toward reflecting more of Jesus in all we are becoming. That’s why we need to talk about it and be willing to continue growing.

I pray it’s beneficial for you as it was for me.

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Thank you for listening.

Cheri

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