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October 6, 2022

When You Don’t Have the Talk

Physical intimacy is a very significant part of your marriage. Yet, it's a topic that many couples are uncomfortable discussing. John, Erin and Greg explain how you can show your spouse grace, when a sexual problem is happening in the marriage. Featuring Mr. Gary Thomas and Mrs. Debra Fileta.

Original Air Date: October 6, 2022
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Maintaining Emotional Intimacy in the Empty Nest Years

Reaching the empty nest years will create a lot of changes for your marriage, Greg addresses how couples can feel distant in the empty nest years, and John and Erin offer hope to couples who feel far apart. Plus, Jim Daly spoke with Dr. Juli Slattery on maintaining emotional connection in the empty nest years.

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Finding Hope When You Feel Resentment

Many spouses today feel as if there’s a wall of resentment between each other. If you’re in that situation, John, Erin and Greg will share about maintaining a sense of hope. Also, Jim Daly spoke with Sarah and Jeff Walton about how couples can rely on God during a tough time.

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When Your Spouse’s Mind Won’t Change

Many spouses today feel as if there’s a wall of resentment between each other. If you’re in that situation, John, Erin and Greg will share about maintaining a sense of hope. Also, Jim Daly spoke with Sarah and Jeff Walton about how couples can rely on God during a tough time.

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Maintaining Emotional Intimacy in the Empty Nest Years

Reaching the empty nest years will create a lot of changes for your marriage, Greg addresses how couples can feel distant in the empty nest years, and John and Erin offer hope to couples who feel far apart. Plus, Jim Daly spoke with Dr. Juli Slattery on maintaining emotional connection in the empty nest years.

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Finding Hope When You Feel Resentment

Many spouses today feel as if there’s a wall of resentment between each other. If you’re in that situation, John, Erin and Greg will share about maintaining a sense of hope. Also, Jim Daly spoke with Sarah and Jeff Walton about how couples can rely on God during a tough time.

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