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I found these podcasts via Twitter. The Fly Christian Couple podcasts are recorded by Terry and Tanya McCarter, and they have a new podcast every Sunday, on Christian relationships.

Here is the link to their website:


And their podcast is also available on iHeart Radio.
















Their podcast is also available on iHeart Radio

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October is Domestic Abuse Prevention Month, so I am going to post several articles about that topic, this month

Not all psychopaths are violent--in fact, most of them aren't. One of the most frightening and chilling things about a psychopath is their ability to blend in with society, and seem just like everyone else.

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They don't feel emotions, with the exceptions of anger and jealousy. They are excellent mimics-imitating emotional responses they don't really feel, but because it is an act, people in their lives may get the sense that something is a little off, the charade is imperfect, but it is difficult to pinpoint what is off about the psychopath. They are narcissistic, and often driven to succeed. They often tell stories about the great things they have accomplished. They have to be the center of attention, all the time. Does any of this sound like someone you know?

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"Domestic/dating violence is a pattern of controlling behaviors that one partner uses to get power over the other. Including: physical violence or threat of physical violence to get control, emotional or mental abuse and sexual abuse."

Domestic violence is still very much a problem in our society. I believe it is still under-reported; many women suffer in silence, for many reasons:


1. They do not know who to turn to for help; their abuser has likely isolated them from family and friends, in order to maintain control.

2. They don't think they can make it without him.

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I don’t want to be your woman. I want to be your wife. If I can’t be your wife, then let’s just be friends.

It has become widely accepted by women to be “his woman” indefinitely. He comes by for a few meals. Maybe he spends the night. Sometimes he has a key, or even moves in. Families have evolved into many different formats. Everyone has the right to love who they want to love, the way that they want to love them. However, there are still some women who value marriage and family. If you want to be his wife, you simply cannot settle for being his woman.

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These are just my thoughts about relationships;, but from experience, it is sound advice, and I have seen these ideas work. This post is mainly for single ladies, because yours is the perspective I relate to the best, being a woman. But, single guys can apply these principles too.

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