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      How to Be Set Free from Bitterness in Marriage

      Written by Mark Merrill

      March 23, 2022

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      Susan recently shared how she felt some bitterness in our marriage.  She explained how I sometimes tell her to stop using unkind words toward me, and then I turn around and do the same thing a few minutes later. She gets frustrated.  And that frustration, when not dealt with, leads to unresolved anger and then bitterness.  I asked for forgiveness and worked to change my errant ways. Here are 4 things a spouse can do to be set free from bitterness. First, communicate your hurts to your spouse.  Second, approach your spouse with love. Third, forgive your spouse. Here are the rest of my thoughts on How to Be Set Free from Bitterness in Marriage.  

      Original article source: http://www.familyminute.com/family-minute/marriage/saving-your-marriage/how-to-be-set-free-from-bitterness-in-marriage/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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