It’s been said that life is one big transition. That sure feels true since nothing in life seems to stay the same for very long. It is even truer for relationships because they involve two people who are constantly growing and changing. The relationship must find a way to manage those fluxes if it’s going to survive. So it is no wonder that it is in those fluxes, those times of transition that problems usually arise. Things change and we struggle to adapt to the change.
In this episode, Jory and Jennifer explore different forms of transitions in a variety of relationship types. That includes the upcoming transition in their own relationship now that they will no longer be co-hosting the radio show every month. So, how do we prepare for change? How do we find healthy ways to adapt? And how do we embrace the new definition for the relationship?
Pastor, counselor, and author Jennifer Miller has dedicated herself to helping people strengthen their faith and their relationships. She currently serves as Co-Executive Director for The Center for Living Well, a faith-based wellness center, and her new book “Road Trippin’” is now available on Amazon. Learn more about Jennifer at www.centerforlivingwell.org.
A professional coach and former attorney, Jory Fisher specializes in helping Christian leaders and entrepreneurs make the difference they're called to make and glorify God through success. Visit www.JoryFisher.com for more info, inspiration, and guidance.
Piano solo by David Nevue.