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PAUL JOHNSON

Many of us feel that the most wonderful time is summertime, when life is slower — thanks to the intense heat here in the South — and obligations are fewer. more

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Paul Johnson

Let’s cut to the chase. Yes, the Bible says for women to submit to their husbands. It is in Ephesians chapter five. And it uses the word submission there in reference to action of wives to husbands. more

Paul Johnson

Last summer I wrote an article titled “Pulling the Sheets off Anger” about not going to bed angry and how to avoid doing so. I have had that discussion with many people but have also added more. more

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I invite you to persevere, to hang in there, with integrity, the trueness of who you are and called to be. more

Paul Johnson

If you recall, in our last article we met Maggie and Jane. Maggie was struggling, for she felt alone in a place where she felt she shouldn’t be alone, and shouldn’t admit she was alone — in her home. more

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Jane sat at a corner table of a coffee shop with her friend Maggie. It was a typical Tuesday morning, the two of them enjoying a cup of high-dollar java as a prelude to a morning of errands before the youngest kids had to be picked up from childcare. more

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I am a fan of the musical Wicked. To me, it is much more than the back story for the characters of the land of Oz. more

Paul Johnson

One of the most touching moments to me that occurred during the Olympics this summer came on Day 10 during one of the individual events in women’s gymnastics. more

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So I have no idea of what to write about this month. None. Zero. Zippo. Zilch. Nada. Nothin’. Negatory. So I sit here wondering, “What do I do when I don’t know what to do?” more

Paul Johnson

I once heard about a physician who wrote that a couple’s sleeping habits and positioning can reveal a lot about them and their relationship. There is no right or wrong way to sleep. more

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As a marriage therapist, I agree. It is hard. It’s not simply because dealing with the agendas of two people in my counseling office is particularly difficult (though it is, at times), but mainly because being a couple is hard. more

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