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Marriage is meant to be a place of safety and trust, but when one spouse oppresses the other, marriage becomes a place of danger and fear. In the last issue of JBC (30:2), Darby Strickland’s article helped to identify when and how oppression happens in a marriage. In this follow-up article, she describes how to intervene and set counseling goals for both spouses.