So many I know have gone through a heart-breaking separation or divorce. As a friend, you want to be an encouragement, but how do you know what you should or shouldn’t say? Tracie Miles shares 10 of the do’s and don’ts of helping a friend through divorce.
Infertility strikes so many families. On a recent episode of Your Hope-Filled Perspective Podcast, I talked with Samantha Morgan who shared her journey through infertility, an adoption that fell through, an international adoption, foster parenting, and a domestic adoption. I wanted to know more about how to support those we know who are dealing with infertility, so Samantha is sharing helpful information on how to keep friendships when struggling with infertility.
Our words are powerful. The words we speak over our loved ones can build them up or tear them down. A neuropsychologist shares what not to say to someone with depression, anxiety or some other mental illness.
Friendship breakups are often more painful than romantic relationship breakups, yet we seldom talk about them. Have you ever wondered what to do when a friendship breaks up? Have you ever wondered what caused a friendship breakup? Or how to keep it from happening again? Read more for what to do when a friendship breaks up.
In this show, we talk about the pain of the friendship relationships that steal your joy. Specifically, toxic friends. Have you ever struggled with a friendship that has gone array? Perhaps you invested yourself fully into a friendship only to find out that the relationship was a bit one-sided, or perhaps even a toxic friendship? If so, then today is the perfect show for you.
Mary DeMuth helps us identify those toxic relationships and then points us to seven life-giving practices to help us receive and extend healthy friendships.