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This podcast is a dialog about challenges and opportunities parents face as they raise kids, enjoy marriage, and live a purpose-filled life. These honest conversations give parents fodder so they can talk to each other, be encouraged, and recognize they aren't raising kids alone.
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Now displaying: June, 2019
Jun 25, 2019

Have you ever heard of a nameless team…or of a team without logos, colors, and songs? These tools identify groups, rally individuals and galvanize fans. When you see people sporting a particular mascot on the back of their car or t-shirt, you learn something about them. In this episode, we discuss the importance AND the process of creating a family identity.

Talk about this:

What's stopping you from creating a family identity?

What is your process to hone in on your values? When and where will you do it?

How will you display and celebrate your values?

Related link:

HERE is an example of the truth wall mentioned in the episode.

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Jun 11, 2019

We have dug deep into the archives to one of our favorite principles - establishing keystone habits that help make and keep a family healthy.

We all have habits. We all do little things daily that add up to something bigger than we expect. In this episode Billy and Joy discuss Charles Duhigg’s concepts around Keystone Habits and how little efforts can make a big difference in our relationships and with our families. Take a listen and find small victories you can have with little changes!

Talk about this:

What ills do you see in your marriage / family that might improve in the presence of a good keystone habit?

What Keystone habits do you ALREADY do?

What others might you try adding on?

Remember – just introduce one new habit at a time!!

Related Links:

If you love this topic, we highly recommend Charles Duhigg’s book, The Power of Habit

Listen to Duhigg’s TED Talk HERE

The Jerry Seinfeld “Don’t Break The Chain” calendar explained HERE.  

Also remember:

Want to reach us? You can find us on the socials @betweenparents on Instagram and @betweenparentspodcast on Facebook. While you’re there, tag someone who would also enjoy this content! 

Finally, if you don’t know where to begin listening to back episodes of the podcast, look for the helpful packages on our website betweenparentspodcast.com

Thanks for being awesome!

 

Jun 4, 2019

When someone says you should “invest in your marriage” do you ever wonder what that means? How can you make the idea practical?  Look no further! We have 20 quick ideas for you!

Talk About This:

Today’s episode is less about talking and more about DOING! Pick your favorite “investment reminders” from the show and do some of them!

Related Links:

Episode #57 – Hurry Home

Episode #9 – Making In –Law Relationships Work

Episode #45- Let’s Talk About Sex: Marriage Edition

Episode # 95 – Marriage As A Team Sport

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman HERE

Also remember:

Want to reach us? You can find us on the socials @betweenparents on Instagram and @betweenparentspodcast on Facebook. While you’re there, tag someone who would also enjoy this content! 

Finally, if you don’t know where to begin listening to back episodes of the podcast, look for the helpful packages on our website betweenparentspodcast.com

Thanks for being awesome!

 

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