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Counseling Harmed Spouses as They Contemplate Divorce


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How do you counsel a harmed spouse who is considering divorce? Once the biblical grounds for ending the marriage have been established by the counselee’s church, Strickland recommends you work through four counseling priorities with the harmed spouse. She then identifies several pitfalls to avoid as the process unfolds. This is valuable guidance for a counselor who wants to offer wise, God-honoring counsel to someone wrestling with how to move forward amid challenging circumstances.