How important is laughter in your relationships? In marriage, it seems to be of grave significance.
We are getting serious today about laughter, and to help us laugh our way through the conversation are our very special guests, David and Melissa Radke. If you don't know who they are, you should. Tune in today with Kellie Hurst as she leads a fun conversation about why we all need to be laughing our way to a happier marriage!
We should all have contempt for contempt when it comes to our marriage relationships. Contempt is the most toxic element in a marriage. So, how do we keep it from creeping in? Listen in to today's episode with Kellie and Brett Hurst as they discuss the simple formula to keep contempt from killing a marriage.
Friendships are important whether you're married or single. But friend relationships outside of your marriage are significant for your mental and physical health. Tune in today as Kellie and Brett Hurst discuss the importance of cultivating good friendships other than your spouse.
We love a good marriage quote. Especially ones that make us think deeply about the complexities of relationships. Today we have some good ones. Listen in as Kellie and Brett Hurst react to a few poignant passages. Enjoy!
Occasionally, we collect comments and questions from our tribe and bring them to a podcast episode. That's what today is. Enjoy these random tidbits as Kellie and Brett Hurst discuss different ways to take your marriage to the next level!
It's pretty easy to keep secrets in relationships. The arena of money is a tempting area to be less than honest. But if we want healthy relationships, we have to have integrity in all areas. Listen to today's episode as Kellie and Brett Hurst discuss the idea of being unfaithful ... with money.
The way you relate to money has a significant impact on your marriage relationship. Some say you even have a personality style in the way you think about and manage money. Today Kellie and Brett Hurst talk about some of these money personality styles and how identifying them can help you and your partner have those uncomfortable conversations about your finances. Enjoy!
"Turn Turn Turn" isn't just a song from the sixties. It's also shorthand for today's topic, and how we can build in connection and good will in our marriage relationships. Tune in with Kellie and Brett Hurst to see what it's all about. It's not just for The Byrds. ;)