We become a slave to our point when we argue to our detriment. In some cases, one's whole life is about gathering support for a point of view that keeps us from experiencing the best of what life has to offer.
More often, the process of emotional growth involves dumping dead weight as opposed to finding the holy grail. Find out more on this episode of THC.
Where do we go now? Give me your tiny hand. I will be your Father Figure if you be my Sweet Child O' Mine. Imagine toddler Axl out in the yard playing with George Michael while their mother's watch nervously from their respective lawn chairs. Chart how the typical human upbringing translates into pop music and the gender wars we have today.
Haters gonna hate and playas gonna play, but nobody pulls one over on old T-swizzle. Reel in the years on a journey through the lyrics of Taylor Swift and all they have to teach us about romantic relationships.
Do you and your partner give love a bad name? Are you chugging the same bad medicine day after day? Here's how to keep from going down in a blaze of glory.
Founder of wildly successful handbag company, Bagolitas, describes the rise and fall of her business and the spiritual transformation that accompanied it. Janice discusses the emotional state of womankind today and the upcoming couples retreat she plans to host with psychiatrist and podcaster, Marty Carpenter.
Taking the matters of life into your own hands is like using your lighthouse as a storage unit.
How living less-than-honest is cramping your style.
Meta tags vs skin tags, peace in the day to day and the music we love with radioman, Jamie Hopkins.
My harrowing escape from cynicism while opening a psychiatric practice, raising three young children and enduring the end of an 18-year marriage.
Memories of medical school, marriage, making music, mistakes and much much more.
A tale about flyover country, a farm boy, faith and following your girlfriend to college.
From giving the dog a bone to making your house a home, here's how to get blessed.
A gas, a good time and a lot of hot air.
Don't let a history of divorce keep you from fully immersing yourself into a second marriage. Dig in and enjoy all that a healthy relationship has to offer.
Dr. Martin Carpenter sits down with licensed marriage and family therapists, Ian Kerns and Kate Bell to discuss breakups, toxic relationships, stale marriages and tips for how to improve your relationships.
There's hope! After a painful divorce, a person can recover and have a fantastic life. Stay the course, do the work and remain true to the God that brought you through.
The emotional wreckage post divorce requires concerted and intentional cleanup. You need to take your time and work through the process. Rushing into new relationships and running from the process of healing only postpones the inevitable and creates more problems than it solves. Join me for a discussion on the subject of recovering from a divorce.