Archive for February, 2009

By Keith Miller | February 23, 2009

Dragon Control: A Home Remedy

My family calls me “the Drama Queen.” My life seems to be filled with monster problems—and I do tend to spew these unsolvable resentments, fears, and dramatic (potential) tragedies my life seems filled with. Can you talk about how Christians can get over this “awfulizing”? Confess your sins to each other and pray for each […]

By Keith Miller | February 16, 2009

How You Can Step off the Conveyor Belt When You Can’t Find a Switch to Stop It?

What can a Christian do when his spouse confronts him with the fact that he is so busy that: “You never have time for us any more. Sometimes I feel like a single parent.” Are there any effective ways you’ve found to remind yourself to stop and smell the flowers with your family? Recently, after […]

By Keith Miller | February 9, 2009

Just As I Am . . . When I Give Up the Jug?

My dad was raised in the church, but he drinks a lot now. Even though he keeps saying he’s going to quit, it never lasts more than a few days. When I told him that God can help him quit drinking (because God has helped me quit), he said, “I can’t surrender my life to […]

By Keith Miller | February 2, 2009

The “Inspector”: A No-Win Game Both Spouses Can Play

My husband is so picky about having everything in the “right” place (the place he thinks is right) that he is constantly picking at me. I was not raised to even pick up my clothes or towels that dropped on the floor. He wants every towel and wash rag hung up, and he also wants […]

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