What Do You Do If You’re Married to a Fool?

by | Flying Free Podcast, Learn with Natalie, Learning, Waking Up | 5 comments

What is a fool? How does the Bible define a fool? And what is a woman of faith to do when she realizes she is married to one? Join Rachel and Natalie as they talk about how to deal with the fools in your life.

Book mentioned in this podcast: Foolproofing Your Life: How to Deal Effectively with the Impossible People in Your Life by Jan Silvious.

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What Do You Do If You’re Married to a Fool? [Transcript]

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5 Comments

  1. Marjorie Khumalo

    I believe this podcast is God speaking to me.All the questions I have been struggling to understand have just been opened up to me.Provebs has given me answers. I pray now for wisdom to end this toxic marriage. Fot 14 years I have been married to a fool and I have been a good student I have lost myself I allowed him to play me.

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  2. Trina

    Wow this episode on Fools was so powerful to me… Now to do the hard work and not get sucked into my own insanity
    ..

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  3. WRS

    Oh my goodness. Overactive conscience, this was me. I always had such a hard time even calling what he was doing abusive or wrong and yet I would beat myself up like crazy over things that were not sinful but he made me feel like they were. Somehow it was always disrespectful to him and I needed to unconditionally respect him. Thanks to certain marriage seminars, he decided I needed to agree with everything otherwise I was not respecting him.

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  4. Rita

    This was so accurate and right on. It’s like we have been living the same life. Thank you for this, it doesn’t feel so empty and alone inside.

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  5. Stefanie

    Thank you so much for this podcast! I separated from my husband a little over a year ago and the divorce was finalized in October. We were married for 23 years. I grew up in an abusive home then married a abusive man because I thought it was “normal.” Although it has not been a easy year I do feel like I am finally healing from the abuse. I have lost many “friends” due to my choice to divorce. You’re podcast continues to give me reassurance that I made the right choice. Thank you for sharing your message. Women need know we do not have to be abused.

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