Love Extinguisher #5, 6 & 7–The Final Three Neglects [Podcast]

Are you still a ‘Mama’s Boy” -or- do you still run to your Mommy every time you and your husband have a disagreement? Do act like you’re single and make decisions without considering your spouse? Do you “go for the jugular” during a disagreement and use words to just lay waste to your spouse?

Our new program, “90 Days to Save Your Marriage and Save You” will teach you and how your spouse how to recover after infidelity. To introduce our new program, I’m reviewing our Basic Concepts all month!

This episode we are talking about the final three Love Extinguishers: Family Neglect, Social Neglect, and Security Neglect. Family Neglect is Love Extinguisher where we neglect the family formed with our spouse by clinging to our family of origin, by not making time for your spouse or for sharing chores equitably, or by getting too comfortable and giving up. Social Neglect action that puts out the flame of love by neglecting our spouse’s social welfare. Some examples might be behaving in an irritating and impolite way to our spouse, making decisions as if we are single and not married, or excluding our spouse from your fun. Security Neglect is the Love Extinguisher that neglects our spouse’s emotional, mental and physical welfare–keeping them safe! Typical Security Neglect behaviors are angry outbursts, being an attack dog, being passive aggressive or being physically abusive.

We have a LOT of ground to cover in this video, so let’s get started!

 

~Cindy

 

[audio: https://s3.amazonaws.com/affaircare-podcast/Final-Three-Extinguishers.mp4]
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