Friendships can be a huge source of support and encouragement to you in life. When you start out on a dating relationships or a marriage, those friendships will undergo a change. Are those friendships still important to maintain? What place do they serve in the relationship with your significant other? How much time should you spend with friends once that new relationship begins? Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. TIm Muehlhoff share today about some of the things they have learned over the years about friendship within those relationships!
These last few months I have been experiencing physical symptoms such as lightheadedness, fast heartbeat, loss of appetite/desire to eat, headaches, and fatigue. I have seen several doctors and gotten multiple blood tests done, but so far, everything has turned out to be normal. I find myself feeling anxious and wonder if my physical symptoms are arising from stress/not knowing how to cope with stress at work?
We all know from personal experience that stress and anxiety are a normal part of our human experience. Life is full of daily hassles, perceived or real threats and challenges, and the usual ups and downs. Such experiences impact us physically, psychologically and behaviorally, as well as influencing our ability to engage in satisfying relationships.
Infertility treatments. End-of-life issues. Are questions about morals and ethics important in marriage? You bet they are! So before a crisis occurs in your family, it is vital to have a conversation with your spouse about these kinds of difficult issues. In today's podcast, Dr. Scott B. Rae, an expert on ethics and morality, joins our hosts, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff, to discuss how, why and when to have these difficult conversations within the context of marriage.
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