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Preparing Your Marriage for Parenthood

Emily Pardy - August 29, 2017

It's no question that your marriage will be impacted when you become parents, so how can you best prepare for this sudden change? Today, Emily Pardy, MMFT, offers practical tips on how to equip yourselves for parenthood. 


Why Are There Negative Perceptions of Singleness in the Church?

Carrie Stockton - August 23, 2017

Oftentimes the Church and culture portray marriage and intimacy as the ultimate form of love, leading to negative perceptions of singleness within the Church. How can we as believers change this? Dr. Carrie Stockton takes a few minutes to describe why this occurs and how single people can find deep love and true intimacy in friendship, the church, and family. 


My Friend's Husband has a Sex Addiction

Chris Grace - August 22, 2017

Giving advice to a friend can be difficult at times, especially when you do not know what to say or you feel it's over your head. Today, Dr. Chris Grace gives a reader four practical tips to support a friend whose husband has a sex addiction. 


Signs You're Dating the Wrong Person

Alisa Grace - August 15, 2017

Caught up in romance, it is often hard to see red flags in a relationship. So, how do you know if you are dating the wrong person? Today, Alisa Grace gives you warning signs on some real-life, red flags within romantic relationships.


The 7 Conflicts Every Married Couple Has

Biola CMR - August 9, 2017

Do you find yourself disagreeing with your spouse on a regular basis? Maybe it’s about money or division of household chores or how to raise your children. It seems like there are a thousand things to argue about. However, according to Dr. Tim Downs, every one of our conflicts can be boiled down to one of seven basic topics, including loyalty, security, and responsibility.


Engaged and Pregnant

Veola Vazquez - August 8, 2017

Change can be difficult, inevitable, and uncertain in the best of circumstances. But what happens when change occurs all at once? Dr. Chris Grace offers sound advice to a woman needing direction on being pregnant, being engaged, and when it's best to tell her children.


8 Guidelines for Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution 

Willa Williams - August 1, 2017

"Be kind and be descriptive." These are the two dictating guidelines for navigating communication and conflict resolution in any relationship. In a continuing series, marriage and family therapist, Willa Williams, outlines 8 practical guidelines for effective communication and conflict resolution.


What Forgiveness Is and Isn't

Chris Grace - July 26, 2017

Forgiveness is one of the hardest parts of relationships, but it’s also vital for them to flourish. But is forgiveness ignoring others when they treat us badly or pretending everything is alright? In this video, Dr. Chris Grace examines just that when he discusses what forgiveness is and isn’t.

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