"In marriage, joy functions like engine oil. It reduces relational friction, which not only helps us uphold our commitment but also rejoice in it. Joy runs deeper than happiness because it has the capacity to transcend the details of our lives." Dorothy Littell Greco explains how choosing to find joy in marriage, even in the midst of difficult circumstances, can be a source of life for your relationship.
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?
Listening and acknowledging a person you are communicating with in conversation seems very basic and easy to do, but is it? It seems that it is becoming less and less common with so many distractions in our lives. Dr. Tim Muelhoff explains some things to focus on as you communicate in conversation with your spouse, significant other, friend, or work colleague!
Many have heard the often repeated fact that 50% of all marriages in America are doomed to end in divorce. However, the reality is incredibly different. In this lecture, listen to Dr. Tim Muehlhoff discuss divorce in America, its implications in family life, and what Christians can do to thrive in the midst of divorce culture.
Before a crisis occurs, it is vital to have a conversation about morals and ethics within a marriage. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff are joined by Dr. Scott Rae, Ph.D. to discuss how, why, and when to have a difficult conversation about morals and ethics within the context of marriage.
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