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terference may come through emotional pressure, bribery, or visiting too frequently. Whatever the distance in miles between the two families, a proper distance must exist in loyalties, so that the couple is free to make their own decisions. The following pointers may help: • A wife should avoid regularly testing her husband’s ideas against her father’s. • A husband should avoid regularly suggesting that his wife check with his mother about how to do things. • If counsel is sought from parents, a couple should go together. • Both husband and wife should avoid saying, “That’s not how my mom or dad used to do it.” The husband should avoid a habit of saying, “My mom always …” and For a husband and wife to join properly to one another, they must properly leave their parents. the wife should avoid a habit of saying, “My dad always …” • Neither partner should show favoritism toward their own family over their in-laws. • A persistent problem with parents interfering should be discussed with them frankly but kindly. Somewhere in 1 Corinthians 13 Unscramble the hidden verse (NKJV). dna gohhtu i vaeh eth ftgi fo hpyorepc, dan urdesatdnn lla trysieesm dna lal wogneedkl, nda outghh i eahv all hfita, os thta i ucodl omever uotmnsnia, btu eavh tno eolv, i ma tinghon. Reference:


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