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What is appreciation? How can we show it in marriage? Many career women feel that their husband's are insensitive to the fact that she works so hard. Just the same, there are brothers out there who hate to come home from work to a "nagging wife." Everyone wants to feel appreciated for who they are and what they do. We want to hear your ideas on how to show it
What do you do when you've tried everything but your spouse still doesn't want to save your marriage?
We have several suggestions, but in this program we offer even more. We have a special guest whose husband does not want to salvage their marriage. She's done all the right things but he still wants no part of it. Yet she is the most positive person we've ever worked with.
How does she stay positive?
What effect does that have on her?
What effect may it have on him?
You can can call to ask her questions. Of course, as always, you can call in your question or comment about anything to do with relationships and Joe Beam will be there to answer.
Tonight, ask anything you want. Don't have a question? Call in to simply say hello or tell your favorite Halloween movie. Whatever it is, we'd love to speak to you!
In this open Q&A show, we'll be taking calls and entering callers into contests for giveaways and coupons for Marriage Helper services.
Every person we talk to will be entered into a pot for special discounts and giveaways from Marriage Helper. One person will receive 50% off the Marriage Helper 911 Workshop, others will get 50% off the 10 week Save My Marriage online course, and even more will win a free copy of Joe Beam's book, "The Art of Falling in Love."
Talk to you tonight!
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Notice! Because the clocks were turn back last weekend (Oct. 31/Nov. 1), our local time Atlantic Standard Time (AST) has been converted to 9:00 pm while the show's time remains at 8:00 pm EST.
Do couples struggle with finding help when their marriage or relationship is on the rocks?? Let's find out in Wednesday night's panel discussion.
Relationships and marriages are beautiful things, but sometimes they can prove to be difficult to maintain.
Have you been caught in that trap? How did you survive it? What advice or tips would you like to share?
Call in at 657-383-1766! We would love to hear from you! Join the interaction with our panel discussion.
We'll have a live relationship therapist on hand to answer your juicy, steamy, or bone-dry questions.
Remimber now, the show will start at 8;00 pm EST, as usual; however, here are the time conversions for your time zone:
9:00 pm AST; 8:00 pm EST; 7:00 pm CST; 6:00 pm MST; and 5:00 pm PST.
Relationship Expert Daniel Amis shares a simple blueprint of tips and strategies on how you can make instant, positive changes in your relationship. Learn 3 top ways to keeping your relationship exciting, long-lasting - and learn how to overcome some common relationship problems.
Joe Beam, host of Marriage Radio and Chairman of Marriage Helper, has real life experience with what it is like to save your marriage after an affair. He knows, because he has lived it.
And so has his wife, Alice.
They've been restoring marriages that are on the brink of divorce for 20 years because of the experience they had with their own marriage.
Even after an affair and a divorce of three years, Joe and Alice saved their marriage, remarried, and have made tehir marriage great again.
Tonight, you have the chance to ask Alice anything you wish. Why she took Joe back, how she trusted again, what changes they had to make in order to move past the affair...
Nothing is off limits.
Join us tonight at 9 pm CST and call in live by dialing 646.378.0424.
Everyone we speak with on air will be entered into the drawing to win 50% off the Marriage Helper 911 workshop.
People involved in affairs (or any behavior that can end a marriage) often do not think of the long-term consequences of their actions. Additionally, they re-write the short term consequences of their actions as well so they won't feel guilty for the behavior.
Tonight, in light of the public release of over 30 million email addresses from users of Ashley Madison, we will discuss why you should (or shouldn't) save your marriage after finding out about a spouse's affair. We will also discuss what the consequences are, and how you can use these consequences to actually help save your marriage.
A marriage doesn't have to end because of an affair.
A relationship is a wonderful thing, but it can be a fragile thing as well. When the very soul of a relationship is damaged or shattered, the relationship is soon to fall apart. Through the process of soulmate soul retrival, and the Law of Attraction any relationship that was once filled with love and laughter can be filled with joy and passion and love again.
Join Miracle Mentor and Alchemy Life Coach Robert Zink for this exciting podcast on how to save your relationship. Your love is important and worth saving, so listen now and be sure to subscribe.
Would you like to have more sex that is more fulfilling, more exciting, and more pleasurable for both of you?
Some married couples have great sex. Some have good sex. Some have bad sex. Some have little to no sex.
Which are you?
In this program Joe Beam shares with you scientific research about how to make your sex life great...IF you are willing to do what it takes to make that happen!
Also, Joe will answer your questions about sex, including problems with sex...physical problems, relationship problems, inhibition problems, desires problems, and more.
You may not want to listen to this one with the kids around. It won't be offensive, but Joe tells it like it is. If anatomical terms turn you off, or if you get antsy when someone talks boldly and plainly about sex, skip this program and wait for our next relationship program.
If you want great sex and are ready to be the lover that will elicit great lovemaking from your spouse, this program is for you.
In the United States, researchers estimated that 40%–50% of all first marriages, and 60% of second marriages, will end in divorce. There are some well known factors that put people at higher risk for divorce: marrying at a very early age, less education and income, living together before marriage, a premarital pregnancy, no religious affiliation, coming from a divorced family, and feelings of insecurity. The most common reasons people give for their divorce are lack of commitment, too much arguing, infidelity, marrying too young, unrealistic expectations, lack of equality in the relationship, lack of preparation for marriage, and abuse. Some of these problems can be fixed and divorce prevented. (Higginsbotham)
It doesn’t have to be like this. Your marriage doesn’t have to end in divorce and it doesn’t have to die s slow death of boredom. No matter what the reason for your marriage is dying, please try these five tips to jumpstart it then contact me for more information on Relationship Coaching.
Marriage alone can be stressful if the motives are not right and the intentions are to gain and not give to much. One sided relationships are stressful and unhealthy today there are many who feel they can't be alone and accept abuse and giving everything and receiving nothing in return. Money is good and can solve problems but a lot of times money destroy relationships because there is not enough of it to keep the people in the relationship stable. People can get along if there is no stress in a relationship. Divorce many times are ugly and someone may want to stay in the marriage when it is unhealthy and the other person wants out.