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Couples 7

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  • 1. Chapter 7: X3Pure Couples Series
  • 2. Dealing with Anger
  • 3. Dealing with Anger • Four styles of conflict.
  • 4. Dealing with Anger • Four styles of conflict. - Win - Yield - Withdraw - Resolve
  • 5. Dealing with Anger • Four styles of conflict. - Win - Yield - Withdraw - Resolve • Conflict can be good if it’s resolved.
  • 6. Dealing with Anger • Four styles of conflict. - Win - Yield - Withdraw - Resolve • Conflict can be good if it’s resolved. • Confronting in love.
  • 7. Anger
  • 8. Anger • 3 Types of Anger
  • 9. Anger • 3 Types of Anger - Situation specific
  • 10. Anger • 3 Types of Anger - Situation specific - Displaced anger
  • 11. Anger • 3 Types of Anger - Situation specific - Displaced anger - Chronic anger
  • 12. Chronic Anger
  • 13. Chronic Anger • Chronic anger is situation-specific but displaced from another situation.
  • 14. Chronic Anger • Chronic anger is situation-specific but displaced from another situation. • Similar to displaced anger but chronic anger is connected to your past, a wound, or abuse. Chronic anger is usually the result of unresolved issues.
  • 15. Chronic Anger
  • 16. Chronic Anger • To deal with chronic anger you must forgive.
  • 17. Chronic Anger • To deal with chronic anger you must forgive. • Chronic anger is usually tied to a person or a past event.
  • 18. Chronic Anger • To deal with chronic anger you must forgive. • Chronic anger is usually tied to a person or a past event. • Until you are able to forgive you will never break free from chronic anger.
  • 19. Forgiveness
  • 20. Forgiveness • Ephesians 4.32 “Be kind and compassionate toward one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ God forgave you.”
  • 21. Forgiveness • Ephesians 4.32 “Be kind and compassionate toward one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ God forgave you.” • It is a command
  • 22. Forgiveness • Ephesians 4.32 “Be kind and compassionate toward one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ God forgave you.” • It is a command Be kind
  • 23. Forgiveness • Ephesians 4.32 “Be kind and compassionate toward one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ God forgave you.” • It is a command Be kind Be compassionate
  • 24. Forgiveness • Ephesians 4.32 “Be kind and compassionate toward one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ God forgave you.” • It is a command Be kind Be compassionate Forgive
  • 25. Forgiveness • Ephesians 4.32 “Be kind and compassionate toward one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ God forgave you.” • It is a command Be kind Be compassionate Forgive • In Christ
  • 26. Forgiveness
  • 27. Forgiveness • “When you forgive someone you set a prisoner free only to discover that you were the prisoner.”
  • 28. Forgiveness • “When you forgive someone you set a prisoner free only to discover that you were the prisoner.” • Forgiveness is not about the other person, it’s about me.
  • 29. Homework Assignment
  • 30. Homework Assignment • Begin the process of forgiveness today

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