Today we're revisiting this important conversation. So often you can get caught up in what it’s like to be on the receiving end of other people, but how often do you stop to think about what it is like for...
On this episode Nicola and I talk about the God’s love and how is the foundation for how we connect with ourselves and with others.
Warning: This is a Sex talk for Adults In this episode, we Interviewed Dr. Laurie Watson Ph.D., MA, LMFT, LCMHC, Director of Awakenings, and certified sex therapist.
On this episode we got to talk to the Imhoff’s about their service to the community. We get to hear about how their journey through their own pain moves them into joining others who are hurting.
On this episode James shares about his emotional process during the Covid-19 response, and we take time to talk about handling emotions in general.
In this episode, Nicola and I go back and reflect on our conversation with the Hicks family. We discuss what we learned from them and how other couples can learn from their story.
In times when the stress level abnormally changes, or there is a new sense of uncertainty it can put strains on our sense of well being and on our relationships.
Over the next couple of episodes, Nicola and I will be taking time to go back and review some of the conversations we have gotten to have with our friends recently.
We had the privilege of talking with our friend Debbie about her experience of singleness. We discussed the mixed messages that singles often experience from their friends, family, and faith community.
In this episode, Nicola and I interview our friends, the Hicks Family, who recorded this while they were ill. We talked to them about how they have grown in the ability to communicate with one another.