What is the Issue When the Issue Isn’t the Issue? — Love and Respect Podcast Ep. 083

Drawing upon principles of the Crazy Cycle Emerson responds separately to a wife and to a husband about two different issues.  He helps them understand that they need to approach their spouse with love and respect, which is an issue, while still addressing the topic at hand. This episode will help listeners discern what really is the issue when an issue is being discussed.

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Episode 083 - What is the Issue When the Issue Isn’t the Issue

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  1. I recently found your podcasts and I am grateful for them. In this specific cast, I appreciated your mentioning the natural proclivity for us to be negative when we are stressed. Hearing this example, I really “got” how the cycle gets going!

    One thing I appreciate about your teaching, is I have learned it is not “me”, I am one of many women who has caused lots of damage without knowing how not to or what I was doing to cause hurt!

    I also very much appreciated your mentioning the hurt caused by sarcastic remarks. Hearing this included, helped my beloved and I realize, in a neutral moment, how much it really hurts. I feel empowered to deal with it better now, if I need to, without defensiveness. Thank you.

    May God continue to bless and keep you.