How I Cope with Complainers in a Christian Way

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Living with someone who is always whining all the time is like an annoying faucet that won’t stop dripping. You try to tighten up the tap to no avail. You try to block the water from making a loud noise by putting a bucket under it or wrapping towels around it. You go to your bedroom in frustration and put a pillow over your head. It doesn’t matter what you do. There it is — drip, drip, drip. Argh!

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Writer & author. Posts about Christian living, mental and physical health, disabilities, & social issues. CR alumni. Breast cancer survivor.

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Carola Finch

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Writer & author. Posts about Christian living, mental and physical health, disabilities, & social issues. CR alumni. Breast cancer survivor.

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