Marriage coaching

Length:  2 pages (770 words) | Subject:  Counseling | Type: Movie Review | Paper: #85418533 | Author:  

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For instance after the tumultuous period of intense arguments that led to the accident, the couple hand in hand seek supernatural intervention at the altar of the church and are prayed after which they leave the church in very high spirits. The movie also draws attention to the significance of emphatic listening, from the begging the wife walks off on Dave when talking to her and through the movies it is noted that the mother does the communication for the daughter hence Mrs. Johnson is totally removed from the communication process and therefore lacks any empathy of what the husband feels. There is also the value of open communication and significance of confiding in each other as the married couple. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson never learnt to confide in each other and openly communicate with one another hence they confided in people outside their marriage like the desperate physiotherapist who took advantage of the fact that there was no one to take care of Dave and she would fit therein perfectly.

The movie also has a central focus on the value of God in any fruitful marriage. There is a constant reminder of the direction of God and the inability…[continue]



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