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Milan Yerkovich

Milan Yerkovich is an ordained minister and pastoral counselor who has devoted himself to working with families and couples for more than 30 years. He is the director of Relationship 180, a non-profit organization dedicated to counseling individuals and families toward healthy relationships. Milan is also a co-host at New Life Ministries, a nationwide counseling talk show with Steven Arterburn. Milan and his wife, Kay, are co-authors of the books How We Love and How We Love Our Kids. The couple has four children and several grandchildren. Learn more about Milan and his work by visiting his website, www.howwelove.com.

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How to Have a Better Sex Life by Understanding Your Love Style (Part 2 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich outline the four basic attachment styles (avoider, pleaser, vacillator, & chaotic) in terms of how each approaches marital intimacy and describe how the healing of your style can help overcome barriers to physical intimacy with your spouse. (Part 2 of 2)

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How to Have a Better Sex Life by Understanding Your Love Style (Part 1 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich outline the four basic attachment styles (avoider, pleaser, vacillator, & chaotic) in terms of how each approaches marital intimacy and describe how the healing of your style can help overcome barriers to physical intimacy with your spouse. (Part 1 of 2)

Growing Your Marriage in Times of Stress (Part 2 of 2)

On this Best of 2019 broadcast, counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich discuss common responses to stress and how they can lead to unhealthy attachment styles. Our guests offer couples insight for cultivating healthy ways of dealing with stress as a means of strengthening their marriage. (Part 2 of 2) Listen to Part 1

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Growing Your Marriage in Times of Stress (Part 1 of 2)

On this Best of 2019 broadcast, counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich discuss common responses to stress and how they can lead to unhealthy attachment styles. Our guests offer couples insight for cultivating healthy ways of dealing with stress as a means of strengthening their marriage. (Part 1 of 2) Listen to Part 2

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Exploring Your Love Styles

In a discussion based on their book How We Love, counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich outline five primary love styles and explain how each shapes behaviors, beliefs and expectations in marriage. Our guests offer helpful insights on how you can break negative relational patterns to create a deeper, richer relationship with your spouse.

You Can Reduce Negative Reactions in Conflict

People often adopt a reaction to stress when they’re kids, and the patterns continue into adulthood. But couples can learn to discuss nine points to deepen their understanding of each other.

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Discovering Your Love Style (Part 2 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich offer helpful insights on learning how you show love to others, particularly your spouse, and explain what steps you can take toward loving like God does and breaking negative patterns to create a deeper, richer marriage. (Part 2 of 2)

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Discovering Your Love Style (Part 1 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich offer helpful insights on learning how you show love to others, particularly your spouse, and explain what steps you can take toward loving like God does and breaking negative patterns to create a deeper, richer marriage. (Part 1 of 2)

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Learn to Identify Your Emotions

Using “soul words” helps develop a greater awareness of your inner experiences. And once you begin the awareness process, you will be amazed at how thoughts, feelings and reactions become clearer to you.

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Understanding Your Child’s Love Style (Part 2 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich examine the five love styles parents have and how those styles also apply to children. Our guests also discuss how parents can work through these love styles to help their kids become healthy and secure. (Part 2 of 2)

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Understanding Your Child’s Love Style (Part 1 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich examine the five love styles parents have and how those styles also apply to children. Our guests also discuss how parents can work through these love styles to help their kids become healthy and secure. (Part 1 of 2)

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How Does Your Child Relate to Others?

By understanding your children’s “love style,” you can help your kids develop healthy emotional connections with others.

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