A shared religious faith often helps couples more closely align their values and goals. How does a couple navigate a marriage where one partner no longer believes?
Altri episodi di "Couples Coaching with Natalie Clay"
71. Butter Your Macros
52:29Today I’m excited to introduce you to Heidi Bollard and Natalie DuLaney of Butter Your Macros. I had the privilege of going on their podcast and I’m sharing it here with you today. These incredible women provide coaching for nutrition, weight loss and stress management. They are incredible at what they do and they are all around lovable women! If you’re looking for help with your health, I can’t recommend them enough! Head to www.butteryourmacros.com to learn more!
70. Bonnie & Clyde
33:02In my experience, most people truly desire happiness for their spouse and find that even more fulfilling than getting everything they want. So why do we feel such an intense need to have things our way? Bonnie and Clyde provide us with a key insight to help answer that question.
69. Karen & Kai
48:28Shame and blame are inseperable. But understanding this—and doing the work to eliminate personal feelings of shame—can transform a marriage.
68. Nicole and David
1:06:01A shared religious faith often helps couples more closely align their values and goals. How does a couple navigate a marriage where one partner no longer believes?
67. Angelina & Brad
49:27It can feel intense to make important decisions that impact our marriage or family. Clarity comes when we remember to keep our personal values front and center.
66. Mandy & Scott
35:44What determines equal contribution in a marriage relationship? And what are the results of trying to sort this out—for the marriage and individually?
65. Christine & John
47:08The way our parents raised us informs the way we raise our own children. Couples often have strong, and markedly different, opinions on how it should be done. Today, I coach Christine and John on this issue.
64. Noelle and Dale
31:22Want to love your spouse more unconditionally but not sure how to get there? The answer may surprise you.
63. A Marriage as Unique as You
14:50We often cause ourselves unnecessary stress and pain trying to mold our marriage to fit unspoken standards of what constitutes a “good” marriage. What if we instead create a marriage that fits the uniqueness of the people in it?
62. Margot & Ryan
25:23In sometimes large, but often small and subtle ways, we set ourselves up to fail when we shame ourselves in an attempt to become who we think we should be.