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Looking in the Mirror

Air Date 07/19/2018

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It's easy to blame your spouse for issues in the relationship, but maybe that's not the real source. Dr. David Clarke describes how he encourages couples to do a little self-examination. Listen to the full program here.

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Dr. David Clarke

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Dr. David Clarke is a licensed psychologist with a full-time practice in Florida, where he does extensive counseling with individuals and families. He earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Western Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary in Portland, Ore. Dr. Clarke has authored nearly a dozen books including Cinderella Meets the Cave Man, The Six Steps to Emotional Freedom and A Marriage After God's Own Heart. He and his wife, Sandy, have four children. Learn more about Dr. Clarke by visiting his website: www.davidclarkeseminars.com