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When Family Disappoints

When your extended family gathers for Thanksgiving or Christmas, does it ever become tense or result in cross words or a heated argument at the dinner table? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Sharon May explains that we each long to be loved and stay connected with our God-given family, despite the past disappointments we’ve endured. Because families can be messy, she recommends establishing healthy boundaries and following three keys: Choose to be self-reflective, speak with gentle honesty, and ask God to restore the peace.

Listen to the full broadcast
  • Dr.TimClinton
  • SharonMay
  • Dr.JamesDobson
  • SafeHavenRelationshipCenter
  • family
  • relationship
  • disappointment
  • expectations
  • hurt
  • pain
  • loved
  • nurtured
  • anger
  • accepted
  • seen
  • valued
  • dysfunction
  • guidelines
  • boundaries
  • loyalty
  • peace
  • safehaven