On Learning to Fight Right in an Orthodox Christian Marriage

On Learning to Fight Right in an Orthodox Christian Marriage

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This Podcast Series Program is brought to your by The Callas Foundation and  Orthodox Christian Network listeners like you.

Listen Now.  Join us as we discuss fighting in marriage, how it’s normal, and how to handle it in an Orthodox Christian marriage by being mature, being vulnerable, turning to our Lord and putting on His glasses to see the discussion in a different light…God’s Light.   Paula and Eleni offer tips to “fight right” in our marital arguments and come away from a conflict more in love with each other than we were going into it.

Paula and Eleni will be back every other week in between your busy tune schedules.  You can find us on Family Insight Podcasts at OCN  and Family Life Ministry of the Metropolis of Atlanta.

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Paula Marchman

Paula Marchman, MA, LPC, is the Managing Director of Family Life Ministry of the Metropolis of Atlanta. She practices Christian Psychotherapy in a private Counseling Office in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Baccalaureate degree in Biology/Chemistry from Georgia State University and her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling. Paula is a Level 2 Gottman certified couple therapist and trained facilitator. She is a member of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral.