f the culture we live in is the pond we swim in, some of the streams feeding into our pond carry toxins that pollute the water. These are relational toxins like betrayal, broken trust, wrong assumptions, and embedded lies. Sometimes these toxins are undetectable until we feel the impact of them in a relationship. By then, the relationship is already poisoned. So, what do we do when the true nature of a relationship is tested by a conflict or a disagreement or a tense encounter?
In this Reachable Reconciliation conversation, Fred describes a recent encounter that tested the strength of a trusted relationship—learn what he did, and why he did it, when that relationship was suddenly plunged into doubt.