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When someone's difficult to us, we often use that as justification to be difficult back to them. But that's not what we're called to do.
God created us to be different so we would complement one another. Instead, we now compete with our differences. What happened?
When it comes to dealing with difficult people, it's natural to think we need to keep our distance. But Pastor Matt says that's not the healthiest way to address difficult people.
You still need to protect your emotional well-being when you deal with difficult people. Here's a safeguard so your heart is in a good place.