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” and looks right through me if I happen to be in the same room as her.

I have no idea if it was something I said or did – and if it was I’m sure I would apologize for it! She and her brother (my husband) aren’t close at all, it could be auto-antipathy because they don’t get along? I’d really just like some ideas for coping strategies for being flat-out ignored when I’m sitting there making conversation or having dinner with a group of people, one of whom refuses to acknowledge my existence on the planet, let alone in the room. " data-medium-file=" w=300&h=239" data-large-file=" w=454" class="size-medium wp-image-4679" alt="Han Solo encased in carbonite." src="

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Keep your “Wow” handy, as in “) Has your husband offered any insight or assistance with this?

If I have a party, and someone is a huge jackass to one of my guests for no reason, it’s totally within bounds for me to say “Sister, The St. Let’s talk for a second about how you usually behave toward Spouse.

I believe, like David Powlison says, sexual sin is mastered at different levels.

We might overcome pornography addiction but then we move to an even deeper battle of how we see women (or men) in general. Only a heart made alive by the Spirit of God does this.

” In reply to my own frustration, I need to remind myself that as Christians we live in the overlap of the ages: the present age and the age to come.