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Harmony With In-Laws Involves Keeping Them Out of Marital Affairs

While many of us look to our parents as a source of wisdom and guidance, marital issues should be discussed between spouses.

Even though we may be looking for a supportive ear to vent on, marital issues should never be discussed with your parents as it creates division in your marriage.  While your parents may be sympathetic and supportive, they will most definitely side with their children.  By involving your parents, they will see your spouse in a negative instead of positive light, and you are not protecting the relationship.  Additionally, a negative perception is difficult to overcome- especially if you don’t know that one exists, or in relationships that are already strained to begin with.

Our February issue will discuss how to resolve marital disputes with your spouse and all of the reasons that it is wise to leave your parents out of the discussion.  We will also discuss how to repair a fractured in-law relationship and get things back on track in a more possitive light.

Additionally, we will talk about why scripture tells husbands and wives to “leave and cleave” to each other, and the wisdom behind it.

Our February edition will discuss issues like this and many more as we explore how to heal, improve, and restore family relationships.  Our focus, in this issue, is the restoration and healing of broken relationships.  We will teach you how to walk in victory in the most difficult of circumstances, and how to pray over relationships that appear as if they just won’t budge.

Our next issue comes out January 26, 2017.

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Michelle Danko is the Editor-In-Chief for Faith Filled Family Magazine.

Satan's greatest assault has been on families as he tries to destroy God's original design for it. Our children are reaping the negative consequences of an errant belief system resulting in confusion and disillusionment. Michelle believes that we need to have a strong relationship with God, our first ministry is to our family, and that everything else flows from that.

Michelle has a passion for seeing families live victoriously in Christ, and she doesn't just write about a life with God, but she lives it as well.

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