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Exploring Your Love Styles, Part 1

Air Date 06/19/2018

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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.

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    Focus on Marriage Assessment

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    Free Audio Download: "Discovering Your Love Style"

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    Milan and Kay Yerkovich will help you discover your love style and how to break free from negative patterns to create a deeper, richer marriage.

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    Love Style Quiz

    Visit the Yerkovichs' website to take a brief quiz on determining your love style.

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    Soul Words

    Milan Yerkovich and Kay Yerkovich

    Here's a list of words from Milan and Kay Yerkovich that can help you identify and express how you may be feeling in various situations.

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Guest

Milan Yerkovich

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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.

Guest

Kay Yerkovich

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Kay Yerkovich is a licensed marriage and family therapist whose specialty is treating couples using attachment theory as the foundation of her work. She is a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage relationships, and she supervises and trains other therapists. Kay and her husband, Milan, 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 Kay and her work by visiting her website, www.howwelove.com.