Mormon Marriages
Mormon Marriages
Oct 15, 2020
E49 - Continuing the Porn Conversation with Dr. Cam Staley
Play • 51 min
We need to have more compassion and understanding in our marriages - for ourselves and for our partner.

There are a lot of things that enter our relationships from our pasts. We need to realize that it is going to take some time to perfect this dance. Sometimes they’re going to step on your toes, and sometimes you will step on theirs. When we do that, let’s try to give each other some feedback and support.

It can quickly turn to blame and anger - ‘you stepped on me and that really hurt!’ Most often there is not malicious intent, yet people still get injured. We get hurt and our expectations get betrayed. There is a lot of emotion and discomfort and fear. It’s here that we need to start from a place of, ‘my partner is probably doing their best even though they aren’t a great dance partner yet. Maybe I’m not a great dance partner yet either! I thought I had all the moves and I don’t. How can we learn how to dance together?’

— Dr. Cameron Staley
About Progress
About Progress
Monica Packer
AP 315: Major Secrets You Need to Know to Accomplish Your Biggest Goals || with Noelle Pikus-Pace
Olympic athletes...they're just like us! Or at least that's what this interview with medalist Noelle Pikus-Pace will have you thinking. Her major secrets you need to now to accomplish your biggest goals are based on mindset, purpose, values, and relationships. She offers three simple tips, and ultimately reminds everyone to start super, super simple. Listeners from this community will especially resonate with her approach to habits, and her unique bucket list (spoiler: it's a lot like a Do Something plan!) Plus, the stories from her Olympic and World Cup victories, intertwined with family and travel, offer a fascinating perspective. About a few other things... One or two times a year I open enrollment to my small group coaching Progress Program, where we focus on transforming your body, mind, and spirit by combining mindset and action. If you're searching for your identity, feeling like you don't have purpose, then this group with will provide the guidance and accountability that you need. You can read all of the details here, as well as hear testimonials from former participants in their own words. Sign up for your spot in my FREE class, How to Make Habits that Stick, where I guide you towards narrowing in on your goals through habits. You can have more control and live with intention, and it starts here. Choose from 3 dates and times. See you there! Sign up for the Go Getter Newsletter to get Progress Pointers in your inbox every Thursday. SHOW NOTES * Noelle's Instagram, Website, e-Course * Enrollment is now open for my small group coaching Progress Program * Get your Monk Manual for 20% with code 'ABOUTPROGRESS' through January 31st * Join the FREE January Joiner Challenge * Sign up for the FREE Habits That Stick Class * Get the Organization Overhaul audio course * Join the monthly membership group * Get your first month+ FREE with Libsyn using code MONICA * Lend your voice and experience + be featured on the show HERE * Join Monica on Facebook and Instagram * Songs Credit: DRIVE by Dj Nicolai Heidlas @nicolai-heidlas Music provided by FREE MUSIC FOR VLOGS AND VIDEOS bit.ly/freemusicforvlogs
56 min
Leading Saints Podcast
Leading Saints Podcast
Leading Saints
Repicturing Leadership in the Restoration | An Interview with Anthony Sweat
Anthony Sweat is an Associate Professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University. He received his bachelors degree in painting and drawing and his PhD in curriculum and instruction. He is the author of several books, most recently Repicturing the Restoration. Anthony is a regular speaker at Latter-day Saint events and conferences. He and his wife, Cindy, are the parents of seven children. Highlights Find the images mentioned at @leadingsaints on Instagram 5:40 Recently called as a bishop 7:10 Combining the worlds of fine art and being a religion professor, and intention to paint images that had not been done or could be done differently 8:55 Unconscious consumption of images as a source material for history vs. the role of art 10:00 Example of the Prayer at Newburgh compared to the Prayer at Valley Forge 11:20 Images he has painted about women giving blessings, Michael detecting the devil, and a Black man being ordained 13:30 Art has a role in leadership: teaching is the essence of leadership and art teaches Follow the recent directives to refresh art in the building Consider the art in the church building and ask: What does this say? What is it teaching? Who is it representing and making feel welcome here? How many pictures of Christ are up and what do they portray? Are there images of women and of people of color? What concepts or ideas are represented in the art? Art is not meant to be historical or doctrinally accurate, but to be representative and interpretive Leadership principles in the paintings 22:15 Painting: Joseph and William Fight and Forgive - Joseph made the decision to say something to his brother William following a debate, resulting in a physical attack and a fight that Joseph lost - lesson in making a mistake and seeking forgiveness, and in welcoming disagreement 30:20 Painting: Divers Angels - Who is the angel Raphael? What powers and gifts did these angels bring? - The Church is true because it is authorized - The Restoration is ongoing 35:40 Painting: Washing the Feet at the School of the Prophets - We are all invited in to the temple 40:45 Painting: Sidney’s Sermons - Sidney Rigdon sermons that had negative impacts - Danites and the Missouri extermination order - D&C 121:41-43 - Sermons gone wrong when they try to force righteousness Links Repicturing the Restoration: New Art to Expand Our Understanding, by Anthony Sweat Y Religion podcast (Episode 17/October 2020: The Missouri "Danites") Instagram: @leadingsaints and @brotheranthonysweat Previous interviews on the Leading Saints Podcast: Seekers Wanted | An Interview with Anthony Sweat Church Doctrine, Policy, & Leadership | An Interview with Prof. Anthony Sweat Transcript This transcript was machine-produced. We would be grateful for help correcting errors. You can help! Simply copy/paste the transcript text into a document, make the corrections, and then copy/paste the corrected text into a comment on the page (below) and we will get the corrected text published! 00:00:00 - 00:05:03 Welcome back to another episode of the leading saints. Podcast if you've enjoyed content on this podcast. It's important that. I tell you about the leading saints newsletter that we send out every week this newsletter keeps you up to date on all the current leading saints content releases including podcasts articles online events and even live events. That might be happening in your own area in this newsletter. We also recommend some past episodes and written articles that you don't want to miss each week. We include additional leadership perspectives and thoughts. That you can only find in the weekly newsletter. So you definitely don't want to miss out to subscribe to the weekly newsletter simply text. The word lead to four seven four seven four seven or visit leading saints dot org slash. Subscribe again text. The word l. e. a. d. two four seven four seven four seven or visit leading saints dot ...
53 min
Courtney: Beyond the Cake
Courtney: Beyond the Cake
Courtney Rich
Karalynne Call - Fighting Depression and Finding Healing with Food
Fifteen years ago Karalynne Call found herself in a life-threatening battle with depression. After attempting to take her own life, Karalynne was desperate for help and healing. Help, she was able to find with doctors who tried their best to prescribe the right antidepressants with the right dosage for her needs, but it was the healing part that Karalynne felt was still out of her grasp - until she finally found a doctor who believed that what Karalynne was experiencing was something that could, in fact, be healed. Karalynne then went on a two year journey with this doctor that completely changed her mental and physical health. Karalynne is a mom of six, a certified nutritionist, a wellness coach and a mental health advocate. On her Instagram and website, Just Ingredients, she offers tips and tricks, how-to’s and why’s behind choosing better, whole, non-toxic ingredients. Today, Karalynne and I are talking about her journey overcoming depression, the changes she’s made in her lifestyle to help in healing, how we can correct hormone imbalances through the foods we eat and products we use, and what Karalynne hopes to teach others from her experiences. Just Ingredients https://justingredients.us @just.ingredients https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/blog/fighting-fepression-with-diet Mental Health https://www.nami.org/help https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline Suicide Prevention Lifeline https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/talk-to-someone-now/
47 min
3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms
3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms
Rachel Nielson
165: The True Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. // Mike & Emily Green
Today is Dr. Martin Luther King day in the United States, and I am honored to have the opportunity to dive a bit deeper into his work, particularly as we face such a difficult and contentious time in our country. When you think about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. What comes to mind? You probably think of his famous “I Have a Dream Speech,” his emphasis on non-violence, or one of his famous quotes about love, such as “Hate cannot drive out hate. Only love can do that.” These often highlighted aspects of his work are absolutely an accurate depiction of who he was and what he stood for...but they are an incomplete depiction who he was and what he fought for. As White Americans, we often sugarcoat and whitewash the legacy of Dr. King, while remaining ignorant of the true focuses on his work and how it remains largely unfinished today. I am as guilty of this as anyone else, which is why I sought out two experts to be our guests on the podcast today, Mike and Emily Green of http://commongroundconversations.com (Common Ground Conversations on Race in America). Mike and Emily are going to talk to us about the three major systemic focuses of Dr. King’s work and what we as mothers can do to continue his work ourselves, as well as raise children who will be aware of injustice and willing to fight for true equity in our country. I want to acknowledge upfront that this episode is going to be dense. There may be terms that you don’t recognize, history that you are unfamiliar with, and possibly even facts shared that make you feel uncomfortable or defensive. My challenge for you is just listen. Listen and learn. Take notes of things you don’t understand or you want to look up later and learn more about. The best way that we can honor Dr. King today and every day is to learn his history and the history of our country, even the stuff that makes us uncomfortable–and to have the courage to look at current conditions and acknowledge inequalities, particularly for communities of color. It is my greatest hope that this episode will be a springboard for you to learn more and think more deeply, to have discussions with your families, within your communities and schools and local governments, and seek for equitable solutions for all of our children. *** Three Focuses on Dr. Martin Luther King’s Work and the Negro Revolution:  End racial segregation in schools End racial discrimination in housing/home ownership End racial discrimination in banking and access to capital These three areas are very connected to each other, and unfortunately, research shows that a huge disparity between white America and Black America continues to exist in all three of these areas.(Listen to the full interview for more history and data.) *** Quotes from the Episode: ”We inherited a society that we did not have a hand in creating, but we do have a role to play in the society that we pass on to future generations.” Mike Green “We can’t teach what we don’t know.” Emily Green “Even though this learning can feel overwhelming, the truth is that as we learn, a next right step really does open up for us.” Emily Green *** Show Notes http://commongroundconversations.com (CommonGroundConversations.com) Connect with Emily on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilygreen27/ (@emilygreen27) https://keybookstore.com/woocommerce-search/keyword/why+we+can%27t+wait/search-in/product/cat-in/all/search-other/product (Why We Can’t Wait) by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr ^Consider purchasing from a black-owned bookstore instead of Amazon! (Linked) https://www.oprahmag.com/entertainment/books/a33497812/black-owned-bookstores/ (List of black-owned bookstores by state ) *** Related Episodes Ep 101: https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/talking-about-skin-tone-with-brownicity/ (Why & How to Talk to Your Kids about Skin Tone & Race) // Dr. Lucretia Berry Ep 113: https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/113-teach-kids-about-racism/ (Teaching
39 min
Mint Arrow Messages
Mint Arrow Messages
Corrine Stokoe
Diversity and inclusion with Jennifer Borget: Why Racial Inclusion Matters and How to Be Better About It
In September of 2019, I invited a friend of mine, Jennifer Borget, to have a conversation with me about racial inclusivity and how to teach my kids to be more racially inclusive. As we talked about what to air and who we might interview for this year’s upcoming Martin Luther King Day, the first since the death of George Flloyd, I felt really strongly that re-airing this episode would be the best thing to share today. So many people weren’t listeners when this episode first aired. And even for those who were, this information is so needed, and especially relevant, as more people in 2021 are willing and wanting to be more inclusive and understanding of people whose backgrounds are different than theirs. As you take the time to listen to Jennifer’s words, I hope you’ll find some actionable takeaways that will help you and your children create more awareness, love, understanding, and inclusion in the days, years, and decades to come. At the end of the day, let us all remember humanity, and remember what it's like to care about your neighbors and just open your heart to loving others. In this episode, you will hear: * How Jennifer's blog has evolved over the years * Her stance on being called African-American vs. Black * What having an interracial marriage is like * How to teach kids about race and empowering them to embrace their history * How to answer your kid’s question on skin color * How to prepare kids for situations in school * Honing in on the message of self-love * Her reaction to Disney casting a Black actress in Little Mermaid * Taking the time to reach out and talk to someone who doesn’t look like you * Not being afraid of having these conversations * Jennifer’s list of must-read children’s books on diversity * What people should avoid saying or doing * What she hopes the world will be like * Hate isn’t the opposite of love, it’s fear. Supporting Resources: Jennifer’s blog: www.cherish365.com Instagram: @jenniferborget https://www.instagram.com/jenniferborget/?hl=en Jennifer’s list of must-read children’s books on diversity https://cherish365.com/20-must-read-childrens-books-black-history-month/ Cinderella with Brandi Norwood and Whitney Houston https://amzn.to/2l4JXFG Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We’d love for you to subscribe if you haven’t yet. We’d love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Episode Credits Produced by Emerald City Productions
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