Counseling in the Brambles: How to Help Oppressive Marriages

December 2016
Journal of Biblical Counseling;2016, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p24
Academic Journal
The article offers marriage counseling tips that take into account the oppressive tactics used by a spouse to control the other.


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