Continuing to Hope

Rick Van Warner gives us a glimpse of what it's like to live with and love an opioid addict.

A Daily Battle

Rick Van Warner gives us a glimpse of what it's like to live with and love an opioid addict.

Descending into Drugs

Rick Van Warner gives us a glimpse of what it's like to live with and love an opioid addict.

Four Conversations for Kids

Teen researcher David Eaton knows that Smart phones are hugely popular among adolescents, but they're often misused. Eaton challenges parents to have four different conversation with their kids before giving them a cell phone. Start with the questions, "How is the smartphone very good, and how is it cursed, and how can we as a family redeem it?" and end with a conversation about trust. David Eaton is a contributor to Dennis and Barbara Rainey's book, The Art of Parenting.

Smartphone Detox

Axis founder David Eaton encourages parents to talk to their kids about appropriate cell phone usage. Eaton reminds parents it's not so much about how to use the phone but why we use it. Eaton also lets parents know what the non-negotiables are regarding cell phone use, like porn and sexting, and helps parents coach their kids on how to stay safe online. David Eaton is a contributor to Dennis and Barbara Rainey's book, The Art of Parenting.

Finding Connection

Rev. Milan and Kay Yerkovich tell husbands and wives how to connect to their spouses. Milan, an admitted task-oriented avoider, and Kay, an avowed vacillator, tell how they learned to understand and connect with one another to form a lasting bond. They share how their "soul word list" helped them learn to describe what they were feeling and to say the things they needed to say.

Growing Compassion and Empathy

Are you emotionally connected to your spouse? Rev. Milan Yerkovich and his wife Kay, a marriage and family therapist, explain the what and how of emotional attachment. They also explain how differing people manage stress, and how each person's style affects a marriage. The Yerkovich's illustrate what a secure attachment looks like and tell listeners where to look to take an emotional assessment online.

Childhood Lessons of Love

Rev. Milan Yerkovich and his wife Kay, a licensed marriage and family therapist, talk about their early years of marriage and the difficulty they had breaking out of old communication patterns. They tell how delving into their family backgrounds helped them understand the unseen forces governing how they loved each other. For the first time, they understood the source of their frustrations and why they were stuck. Kay also helps us understand emotional attachment.

Thinking the Best of Our Spouse

Author and blogger Sheila Wray Gregoire shares what she's learned about conflict resolution in over 20 years of marriage.

Stinkin' Thinkin'

Sheila Gregoire, author of "9 Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage," reflects on her early years of marriage. After she decided to change her way of thinking, her marriage began to improve.

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