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Marital Harmony Chart 1

Marital Harmony Chart 1

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This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to foster MARITAL HARMONY. The eight situations that threaten marital harmony on this wheel are: Nagging, Materialism, Jealousy, Lack of Forgiveness, Neglect, Unfaithfulness, Harsh Words, and Anger. The eight attitudes that threaten marital harmony on this wheel are Making Assumptions, Unforgiving, Self-sufficiency, Workaholism, Negativity, Deception, Worthlessness, and Being Long-winded. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of marital conflicts complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each. More info →
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Marital Harmony Chart 2

Marital Harmony Chart 2

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This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to foster MARITAL HARMONY. The eight situations that threaten marital harmony on this wheel are: Drama, Complaints, Silence, Rejection, Correction, Quirkiness, Clutter, and Impatience. The eight attitudes that threaten marital harmony on this wheel are: Arguing, Overly Sensitive, Angry, Self-righteousness, Reactionary, Avoidance, Law breaking, Impulsiveness. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of marital conflicts complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each. More info →
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Marital Harmony Chart 3

Marital Harmony Chart 3

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This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to foster MARITAL HARMONY. The eight situations that threaten marital harmony on this wheel are: Denial, Laziness, Teasing, Overly Sensitive, Unclear, Criticism, Abandonment, and Violence. The eight attitudes that threaten marital harmony on this wheel are: Selfishness, "I'm always right!" Chronic Disappointment, Offensive/Hurtful, Nagging, Irritable, Overly Dependent, and Neglecting God. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of marital conflicts complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each. More info →
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Regret Chart

Regret Chart

$6.00
This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to foster freedom from REGRET. The eight situations that contribute to REGRET are: Ignoring Warnings, Missed Opportunities, Something I Said, Unreached Goals, Not Preventing Calamity, Failure, "Bad Luck," Not Being Nicer. The eight attitudes that contribute to REGRET are: Obsession with the Past, Procrastination, Negativity/Mistrust, Better/Worse than Others, Pessimism about the Future, Stuck in "If Only" thinking, Secret Sins, Undeserving. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of marital conflicts complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each. More info →
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Worry Chart

Worry Chart

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This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to foster freedom from WORRY. The eight attitudes that contribute to WORRY are: Anxiety, Faithlessness, Lax regarding sin, Unmotivated, Obsessed with Fixing Others, Careless in Choosing Friends, Obsessed with Gloom, and Negativity. The eight situations that contribute to WORRY are: What ifs?, Rejection, Sickness and pain, Impending Doom, Perceived Dangers, Tests and Trials, Death and Dying, and Tragedy. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of WORRY complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each. More info →
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Fear Chart

Fear Chart

$6.00
This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to overcome FEAR. The eight situations that contribute to FEAR are: Others' Opinions, "I won't get through this," The Future, Looking Like a Failure, Possible Danger, My Family's Safety, Disaster, Poverty and Want. The attitudes that contribute to FEAR are: Hard-heartedness, Secrecy, Cluelessness and Shallowness, Temptations, Indecision, Reluctant to Admit Fears, Guilt, Disreputableness. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of FEAR complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each. More info →
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