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Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage
     

Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage

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by Charles Misja, Michael Misja
 

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Christian psychologists Michael Misja and Chuck Misja show you how to be free from shame if your marriage is not “successful” by conventional Christian standards. Learn:
  • the practical theology of desire
  • how the battlefield of the soul impacts your life
  • the relational process for moving from hoping in your marriage to hoping in

Overview

Christian psychologists Michael Misja and Chuck Misja show you how to be free from shame if your marriage is not “successful” by conventional Christian standards. Learn:

  • the practical theology of desire
  • how the battlefield of the soul impacts your life
  • the relational process for moving from hoping in your marriage to hoping in God
  • how to love from godly strength, without asking for a response from your spouse

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781600062148
Publisher:
Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date:
03/15/2009
Series:
Redefining Life Series
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
421,693
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.63(d)

Meet the Author


Michael Misja, PhD, BCPCC, is a Christian psychologist and cofounder of North Coast Family Foundation in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. He has counseled, taught, and spoken on Christian counseling for more than twenty years. In addition to the daily call show he hosted for six years, Michael developed and taught a program in Christian counseling for Moody Extension School for ten years. He has also served as cofounder and clinical director for inpatient and outpatient Christian counseling centers. He and his wife, Lin, found God and were married in New York City, where they were active in the arts and in ministry. They have been married twenty-seven years and have four children.

Charles F. Misja, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and cofounder of North Coast Family Foundation in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. He has hosted a Christian call-in talk show on several radio stations and has taught at the college and seminary level. Chuck maintains a clinical practice and has been involved with missions work in Brazil for many years. He and his wife, Jackie, are high school sweethearts and have been married thirty-seven years. They have three grown children and six grandchildren. Chuck enjoys running marathons, downhill skiing, and fishing with his grandchildren.

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Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Estebanita More than 1 year ago
This book is for the spouse who is choosing to stay in what is turning out to be a very difficult marriage. If you're in an abusive situation, by no means are the authors encouraging you to stay. But for those who are in situations where your spouse is simply unwilling to change, and, as a result, can be extremely difficult to live with, then this book may be for you. It offers hope because it affords the opportunity to really take a good, long look inside the heart - your own - to identify the longings that are going unmet and begin to work through/thrive in the midst of those longings. It's about giving up the martyr act in marriage and it also is stepping away from the "happily ever after" fairy tale. It's striving for something far more meaningful with the power of the Holy Spirit working through you to identify what's going on in the heart and teaching you how to maximize what you have and seek Christ for what you don't. Excellent book - one that is beneficial to read several times to pick up things you may have missed the first time. My copy is highlighted everywhere!!
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