Do you wonder if your spouse is a flight risk? Whenever there’s tension in the air at your house does a certain someone disappear? Maybe it’s you?
We all respond to fear in one of three ways, freeze, flee, or fight. Maybe you’ve noticed that one of your kids tends to flee whenever things get uncomfortable. If you love a person who naturally flees, I have great news for you.
Here are a couple of quick tricks that make all the difference in the world whenever things get intense. And, let’s face it, when it comes to family, there’s always something popping up! Hey, but next time you will have a whole new way to think about the flight risk at your house.
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I want to hear from you.
You can help others by sharing your valuable insight here. What have you learned the hard way when it comes to fleeing? Has fleeing given you a chance to regroup in a healthy way? How do you reassure your family whenever you need a break from the tension?
May I pray for you?
Dear Father, You are always available to hear our prayers. We come to you now as people who face fear daily. Please bless this dear one with the wisdom to speak clearly to loved ones. Teach us to recognize fear in the hearts of those we love. Allow us, with the help of Your beautiful Spirit, to reassure those we love of our commitment to ongoing companionship. Grant us peace and a sense of security in You, O Lord. Thank You for always being the One who loves us fearlessly and unfailingly. Thank You for this quiet moment together in Your company. We praise You. In Jesus name. Amen.
Cathy Krafve, Texas Author, Columnist, Speaker, and Radio Personality, specializing in Christian Marriage and Family invites your stories, ideas, and questions at CathyKrafve.com. Truth with a Texas Twang.