Dealing With Your Past & Leading Through Trauma
47 min

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tags: friendship, marriage, trauma, pain, parenting, counseling, expectations, family, hard conversations, abuse, leadership

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The Christy Wright Show
The Christy Wright Show
Ramsey Network
Ep 26: How to “Deal” With Your In-Laws with John Delony
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48 min
Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
Dr. Meg Meeker
#121: Defend Innocence - Part 2 (with guests Shelaine Maxfield and Chris Yadon)
Child sexual abuse comes in many forms and from many different directions. It can be difficult to spot and identify, but it’s critical to know the signs to look for as well as what you can do to prevent it in your children, or really any child in your life. Dr. Meeker gives you part two of two in this incredible conversation with Shelaine Maxfield and Chris Yadon. Shelaine is the founder of the Younique Foundation, and Chris is the executive director and spokesperson for the foundation. Together they have a compelling conversation with Dr. Meg about how hope and healing are possible for victims of childhood sexual abuse. They also give great information about how you can teach your children how to avoid “tricky people” and things you as a parent can look for to spot abusive situations in your children. This is an interview that you just cannot miss! Do you have a question for Dr. Meg to answer in an upcoming social question episode? If so, email them to askmeg@megmeekermd.com and listen to future episodes to see if your question is featured!   WELCOME Dr. Meg starts this episode by introducing her special guests, Shelaine Maxfield and Chris Yadon, founder and executive director/spokesperson for the Younique Foundation. She also teases her points to ponder that you can start using right away.   A CONVERSATION WITH SHELAINE MAXFIELD AND CHRIS YADON (PART 1) In today’s episode Dr. Meeker talks with Shelaine Maxfield and Chris Yadon, founder and executive director/spokesperson for the Younique Foundation. The conversation centers around preventing child sexual abuse and is episode 2 of 2 in this series.   BREAK   A CONVERSATION WITH SHELAINE MAXFIELD AND CHRIS YADON (PART 2) In today’s episode Dr. Meeker talks with Shelaine Maxfield and Chris Yadon, founder and executive director/spokesperson for the Younique Foundation. The conversation centers around preventing child sexual abuse and is episode 2 of 2 in this series.     POINTS TO PONDER Dr. Meg gives you her points to ponder as you learn more about how you can identify and prevent child sexual abuse.   PARENT PEP RALLY   FROM THE PRODUCER Thanks for listening to Episode 121, Defend Innocence Part 2 and for helping Dr. Meg’s parenting revolution reach almost FIVE MILLION downloads! Subscribe, rate, and leave a review for us on iTunes!   Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @MegMeekerMD   Have a parenting question? Write Dr. Meg at askmeg@megmeekermd.com and she could answer your question during the show or you can let us know what you’d like to hear about in a future episode!   Dr. Meg’s parenting resources and tools are available at www.megmeekermd.com and click on “Parenting Resources”. Subscribe, rate, and leave a review for us on iTunes! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
36 min
The Save The Marriage Podcast
The Save The Marriage Podcast
Lee H. Baucom, Ph.D.
Marriage Lie #5: Your Spouse Should Make You Happy
You were probably very happy when you got married.  You believed the happiness would always be there.  And now, your spouse is saying, “I’m not happy.”  Embedded in that seems to be some idea that you are the cause of it.  That you failed at keeping your spouse happy. No surprise.  Many people fall for this lie.  They don’t know it is a lie.  They believe it.  That a spouse should make you happy. Somehow, it is in the job description for a spouse.  They should make you happy. There is only one (little) problem with this… it is impossible! You can’t make your spouse happy.  And your spouse can’t make you happy. Sure, you can certainly make each other miserable.  But happy?  Nope.  Not possible. Even if you thought you made each other happy before.  Sure, you may have been happy.  And your relationship may have seemed to be a source of joy.  But your spouse couldn’t and didn’t make you happy (nor could/did you make your spouse happy). It is an impossibility.  But it is one of the major lies people believe about marriage. Which is why people are in trouble when they realize that a spouse is not making them happy.  Instead of seeing it for what it is… a lie… they think it is a failure of the spouse — even of the marriage!  Proof that the marriage is headed for failure. Except, it was all a lie.  Not the marriage!  The belief that a spouse would make you happy (and vice versa). Don’t believe the lie!  Learn the truth in this episode of the Save The Marriage Podcast. RELATED RESOURCES: Lie #1: If It’s Work, It’s Wrong Lie #2:  Spouse Should Meet Your Needs Lie #3:  Disagreement Is A Sign Of Trouble Lie #4:  Marriage Is 50/50 Grab The Save The Marriage System
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