The healthiest marriages are not made up of two seemingly “perfect” people, but two forgiven people who have the capacity, by the grace of God, to keep offering forgiveness to one another. Debbie Mc Daniel is a writer, pastor's wife, mom to three amazing kids (and a lot of pets).
It’s easy to overlook things that may not seem that big of a deal while dating, but these things could be destructive patterns once married. There’s no reason to settle for unhealthy or harmful relationships, simply to pursue being married.She might check up on you frequently, keep close tabs, or falsely accuse you of cheating on her.The one driven by control needs will have continual issues with whether she can “trust you.” Often, under her grasp, you may start to feel like you can hardly breathe. It’s supposed to be, that’s how you’re held tightly. The Angry, Contentious Woman – If your partner can’t control her temper before you’re married, she most certainly won’t after you’re married. No matter what our personality type, it still doesn’t give us room to plow over anyone in our pathway with cruel words and rants.We all have sin issues that we deal with on a daily basis.We’ve all made mistakes that we often wish we could do-over.