Part 2 of a 3 part series. This is the second in a series of articles on how to counsel couples who are experiencing toxic conflict. In this article, the authors lay out how to think biblically when one spouse is antagonistic in times of disagreement. Working through a case study, they demonstrate practical ways to help a couple identify and take responsibility for their specific conflict patterns, and cultivate new ways of interacting when conflict arises. Part 1 is in JBC 32:1, Part 2 is in JBC 32:3 and Part 3 is in JBC 34:2.
Helping a Spouse Who Moves Against during Marital Conflict
from the Journal of Biblical Counseling 32:3 | 2018