Prodigal in the House

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You must pull together as a team as you draw deeply on the power of the Holy Spirit. Treat your husband with kindness and respect. Be quick to apologize when you blow it. There were periods of time during our ordeal when my husband and I related as cordial roommates. That's OK if that is the best you can do temporarily. Remember, you plan for your husband to be around long after your youngest child leaves home.

Next month, I'll share some additional thoughts. Until then, what are some insights you could share from your experiences that may help others deal with a prodigal?

February08, 2008 at 3:28 PM

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