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by Andrew S Miller

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Author: Andrew S Miller
ISBN: 0937442003
Language: English
Pages: 125 pages
Publisher: Biblically Based Developmental Training (1980)
Rating: 4.8
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Marital Expectations book.

Marital Expectations book.

Marital expectations. what to do when they go unmet. Published 1980 by Biblically Based Developmental Training in Atlanta, Ga. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.

An expectation is simply s preconceived idea of what should be. It’s also the emotions that go with i. Lower my expectations so that they cannot be unmet. Keep high expectations and be hurt when they are not met. But that’s me! Back to Jesus. It’s also the emotions that go with it. Expectations are actually vital in our lives because they form a road for us to follow. 1. Think the best Firstly when Jesus’ expectations were not met he gave people the benefit of the doubt. Forgive them Fathe. hey do not know what they do. Jesus WAS hurt but he chose to believe that those hurting him were acting in ignorance. He took their context into consideration and refused to be hurt.

Expectations are, in the case of uncertainty, things that are considered the most likely to happen. An expectation, which is a belief that is centered on the future, may or may not be realistic. A less advantageous result gives rise to the emotion of disappointment. If something happens that is not at all expected it is a surprise.

Marital expectations seem to affect the experiences of individuals in marriages. The disappointment from unmet expectations of spouse's behavior change can affect one's appraisal of the behavior. Eventually, this behavior can negatively affect the marriage (Dixon, Gordon, Frousakis, & Schumm, 2012). Hall (2006) explored young adults' meanings of marriage and found that their expectations were based on belief systems built over time, some of which emanated from their childhood experiences in their families.

Since marriage is union of two people and their families and sharing the responsibilities in managing the family and raising their kids and taking care of their parents when needed and what not. That is why, it is so difficult. more)Loadin. riginally Answered: What should be changed; primarily in terms of mutual-expectations &/or marital-rituals;.

with couples as they went through the therapy process. Contrary to expectations, there were statistically significant gender differ-. ences in only two of the fourteen problem areas.

When this book was first published, many thought it was a joke. A scenario, which, thank God, never happened, "What to do when the Russians Come" is a "how-to" guide for surviving occupation until the inevitable fall of Communism

When this book was first published, many thought it was a joke. All one must do is study hisory, and experiences of people during the reign of the Iron Curatin to realize this book is written in all seriousness. While circumstances have changed, the advice and warning of this book remain relevent today. Every member in our family has read and followed advice in this book. A scenario, which, thank God, never happened, "What to do when the Russians Come" is a "how-to" guide for surviving occupation until the inevitable fall of Communism.

But when we make our expectations unconsciously and are not aware of having done so, then the expectations . But what happens when even our conscious expectation doesn't come to pass? The first thing to do is to look at what did happen.

But when we make our expectations unconsciously and are not aware of having done so, then the expectations are like rogue thought-forms. They have a way of creating a "reality" that may be in alignment with how we think things work but may be a far cry from how we want them to be. For instance, suppose in spite of all efforts to eradicate these notions I believe deep down that women are inferior (I don't, but follow this with me if you will). Very often what we find is that we have brought into being "the nearest equivalent" of what we had desired.