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When she entered into her first marriage, she took with her the goodwill, the passion and the desire to create a healthy, happy home. Unfortunately, because of past programming and misunderstandings experienced earlier in life, the Covenant of matrimony turned into misguided efforts of form and function.

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And, while the want-to was strong in her mind and well established in her spirit, the skills and the know-how she needed to make it work, were  absent and unavailable.

Julie, one of the board members that sits alongside Jennifer and helps guide Single Momm, joins us on today’s show and shares how her childhood and early teen-year conditioning, created hidden traps which set her up for a marital fall.

She also shares how she was able to walk through the pain and to use her experiences as the fuel that would propel her to create her own solution – Heart Skills.

A quick peek at some of what Julie shared:

  • Her grid and her patterns were well-worn into her soul long before she got married;
  • Two unhealthy half-people doesn’t make a whole person;
  • She created an idol out of marriage and of her husband;
  • When you start judging yourself, the learning stops.

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Tags: Heart, Momm, Single, Skills, desire, goodwill, happy, healthy, marital, marriage, More…mind, ministry, passion, skills, soul, spirit

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