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Question and Answer with the National Marriage Project

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff, W. Bradford Wilcox - August 29, 2018

In this episode of the podcast, we continue the conversation with Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at University of Virginia and contributing scholar to Institute for Family Studies. He points to some research on how important fathers are to their children, how playtime builds a connection with parents from their children, and how faith is passed down from parent to child. 


How Good Are You At Emotional Tennis?

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - August 22, 2018

What in the world is emotional tennis? When was the last time your partner made an emotional bid for your attention and you responded appropriately? Was it at the end of a long day and you unloaded the stress of the day? Was it an insecurity that your spouse shared with you and gave you the chance to affirm them? In this video, Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace talk about how important these small bids for attention and affection can be to a relationship!


How Can I Stay Invested In The Relationship?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - August 15, 2018

What counts as a date-night? How do I balance my relationship with the rest of life's demands? In this episode of the podcast, we continue the conversation with Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia. He points to some research and advice on the benefit of making small investments in your marriage. As a father of nine children, he has learned quite a few lessons on this topic personally.


Living Together: Is It Really That Bad?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - August 1, 2018

From some of the research, children who are born to cohabiting parents are 90% more likely to see their mom and dad break up by the time they turn 12. The data is painting a picture of cohabitation that isn't talked about.  What do you think about these statistics?


How To Win An Argument - It's Not What You Think!

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - July 25, 2018

What do you think about this statement? "An argument always starts the night before." In this video, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explore some of the easy triggers for arguments in relationships and how to recognize them before spiraling down into an argument. They offer some very practical things to do that can allow you to continue the conversation and still maintain the peace. Try some of these out for yourself!


Are They Affected By The Divorce, Really?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - July 18, 2018

When a divorce takes place, does it really affect the people around you? Are the children in the family really affected? In this podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff continue their discussion on divorce and some of the ways that a divorce affects more than just the couple involved. If Christians believe that marriage is a covenant, this life-long commitment, how should those marriages look different?


What Is Forgiveness? What Is It Not?

Chris Grace - July 11, 2018

According to recent research, 94% of Americans believe that it is important to forgive other people. Want to guess how many people actually make the effort to forgive others? What does forgiveness actually require? Do you have to ignore what the person did to you? Do you have to pretend like it didn't happen? This video covers what forgiveness means and what it does not mean.


Is It Really "Till Death Do You Part?"

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - July 4, 2018

When you get married, is it really till death do you part? When a marriage starts to go sideways and divorce starts to become a topic of conversation, what do you do? From a Christian perspective, there are very specific instructions on how this can play out. That is the topic of this podcast episode! Join Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff as they share their thoughts and some research on this topic of divorce.

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