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Daily Insights are insightful truths about reality that empower us to transform our way of thinking.

They are often challenging, and give us the coaching and courage to behave in a way we might never have thought of. They’re great to dwell on and remind ourselves of throughout the day.

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A wife’s attempt to moderate

A wife’s attempt to moderate the effect of her husband’s anger by siding with the children can actually make him worse, as his fear is heightened by her ‘betrayal’ and vice versa.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 146)

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By all means be hospitable

By all means be hospitable, but offer it on your own terms or resentment will spoil it every time.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 145)

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When a wife feels trapped

When a wife feels trapped by her own faithfulness, leaving her husband is not the way to relieve the pain. She must own her own choices and rediscover the security of getting centred.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 144)

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To learn how to say ‘no’ to others

To learn how to say ‘no’ to others, first identify the need in your own life which that action threatens.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 143)

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Conversations between family members

Conversations between family members become ‘dialogues of the deaf’ when neither give up assumptions about the other, even in the face of protest.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 142)

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