If you’ve ever struggled in marriage or have friends or loved ones who struggle or maybe you just want to learn better how to love wise, you’ll want to tune in to the replay of this episode. I talk with Relationship Specialist, Pam Farrel, not just about loving the mate God gave us but also how to love well in marriage and in life. Pam also shares some tips at the end of the episode as encouragement for singles, widows or newly divorced people who are sad, disappointed or lonely at Valentine’s Day.
When you’re rebuilding trust in a relationship, words simply do not matter. Only actions will make a difference. Consistent changed behavior over time rebuilds trust. Jill Savage shares part of the process she and her husband, Mark, used to rebuild the trust in their marriage.
Dementia is a disease that is growing at alarming rates. It is a cruel disease that doesn’t just impact the one diagnosed—it impacts the whole family. It can at times be very frustrating to be a caregiver because out of love you want to take care of your loved one, but they are no longer the same person that you have loved and cherished all these preceding years. In today’s post, we are continuing an interview with a caregiver whose wife was diagnosed with dementia. Today we’re discussing ways of decreasing a caregiver’s frustration. [more]
Do you have the qualities it takes to be a best friend? Today’s post by Dr. Bengtson will have you think about what makes a treasured friend.