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Relationship Helpers is a weekly podcast where professional counselors Vincent and Laura Ketchie discuss issues that marriages and families face. They interview counselors and therapists who give insight and helpful tips to improve relationships.

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068 Dating: How Is Their Relationship With Their Family?
<p>What is the relationship like between your boyfriend or girlfriend with their parents? Is it healthy? This is the 4th episode in the 8 part series, "8 Warning Signs You Might Need To Break-Up." Vincent and Laura explore these relationships and talk about questions that you need to be discussing with your significant other. They give helpful tips to avoid future heartbreak and anguish.</p>
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067 Dating: How Do They Treat Wait Staff?
<p>This is the 3rd episode in the 8 part series, "8 Warning Signs You Might Need To Break-Up." Vincent and Laura discuss how the behavior your partner has toward wait staff may determine their future behavior toward you.</p>
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066 Dating: Values and Beliefs?
<p>Do you really know the person you are dating? This is the 2nd episode in the 8 part series "8 Warning Signs You Might Need To Break Up." Vincent and Laura discuss values and beliefs that your future spouse has and how tantamount to a healthy relationship that they are. They discuss practical ways to really understand what they value and believe.</p>
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065 Dating: Are They Responsible?
<p>This is the first in an eight part series entitled, "8 Warning Signs You Might Need To Break Up". Vincent and Laura explore how responsible a dating partner should be before you consider marriage. They give practical advice to determining if this person is right for you.</p>
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064 Marriage/Personal Growth: Psychology of Love
<p>Everybody wants to know the definition of love. In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss romantic love. They describe the elements of the Eros theory, the Biology/Chemistry theory, the Imago theory, and the Projection theory. They give practical advice for those who are wondering if they are in love.</p>
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063 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 10 - Helping
<p>In order to help others effectively, you must take your mind off yourself. Your attention is diverted toward the other person and their needs. Not only is your mind off of your worries, but also you feel good when you are able to help someone. In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss "helping" - giving specific tips and talking about studies that echo the suggestions.</p>
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062 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 9 - Touch & Smell
<p>Touch and smell are two of the five senses. They are a great way to ground your mind and body so that you are "in the moment." Being "in the moment" requires your mind and body to slow down thus reducing your anxiety response. In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss ways that you can use touch and smell to restore your mental health.</p>
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061 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 8 - Creating & Learning
<p>Creating and learning are some of the best activities to keep your mind sharp. When you learn, you are creating new neural connections in the brain that helps to reduce memory loss as you age. In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss ways that you can create and learn to help overcome your anxiety and depression.</p>
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060 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 7 - Aesthetics
<p>Appreciating things of beauty or experiencing aesthetically pleasing activities help you to get in touch with your senses and use them. By using your senses, you are better able to ground yourself and be in the "present." In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss aesthetics (or appreciating beauty) and give helpful suggestions to help overcome anxiety and depression.</p>
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059 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 6 - Socialize
<p>The more people that you are connected to, the less likely you are to become depressed. If you suffer from depression, joining a group or participating in the community could help you recover and prevent relapse.<span class="Apple-converted-space"> In today's episode, Vincent and Laura talk about socializing and the benefits of it.</span></p>
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058 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 5 - Animals & Nature
<p>Much like we discussed last week about babies, animals, especially pets, can provide wonderful opportunities to laugh and brighten our spirits. Enjoying scenes from nature also helps us to see outside of ourselves and to feel like a part of something “bigger.”<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span> In today's episode, Vincent and Laura will look at some activities that you can do to get you amongst God’s great, creative world!<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span></p>
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057 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 4 - Fun
<p>If your struggling with depression or have anxiety, the chances are that you rarely allow yourself to enjoy life. In this episode, Vincent and Laura talk about how having fun can be a great coping skill for anxiety and depression. They give practical advice and tips.</p>
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056 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 3 - Slow Down
<p>Anyone with anxiety is ramped up or at least it feels like it. You feel like things are out of control. When you think, you think in one mode and that mode is fast. Thoughts are racing. In this episode, Laura and Vincent discuss ways for you to slow down. They give practical, specific advice and tips.<span class= "Apple-converted-space"> </span></p>
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055 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 2 - Exercise
<p>This is the second episode in a 10 part series about ways to reduce anxiety and depression. Vincent and Laura discuss healthy coping skills that relate to exercise. They discuss psychological studies that validate these methods and give helpful tips.</p>
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054 Personal Growth: Coping Skills Part 1 God
<p>This is the first episode in a 10 part series about ways to reduce anxiety and depression. Vincent and Laura discuss healthy coping skills that relate to God. They discuss psychological studies that validate these methods and give helpful tips. </p>
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053 Personal Growth: How Discouragement Leads To Depression
<p>All of us have had discouragement. How we handle it is one of the keys to good mental health. In today's episode, Laura and Vincent discuss how discouragement can lead to anxiety and depression. This is the introduction to their 10 week series on "How To Reduce Anxiety and Depression."</p>
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052 Parenting: For the Mother Who Needs To Have the Hard Conversations
<p>Jill Martin is the mother of thirteen children with many of them with special circumstances. In this episode, Jill discusses how she manages so many responsibilities. Jill gives advice on discipline. Jill describes how she discusses the hard issues with her kids and gives encouragement and tips on how to do it.</p>
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051 Personal Growth: How To Navigate A Guilt Trip
<p>We all have people in our lives that make us feel guilty. Sometimes, it's your mother, a friend, or a spouse. In today's episode, Laura and Vincent discuss guilt trips and how to handle them in a healthy way. They provide examples and role play ways to appropriately address the guilt-tripper.</p>
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050 Personal Growth: For the Mother Who Has Nothing Left to Give
<p>A never-ending to-do list.  Hair that hasn't been washed in days.  Jeans that don't fit. Kids who misbehave in public.  No matter how hard you try, it's never "good enough."  Our guest, Jill McCormick, the self-described "try-hard girl", shares her insights and encouragement for the mom who feels that she does not measure up.</p>
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049 Marriage: When Your Spouse Has a Crisis of Faith
<p>Crisis tests the mettle of marriage.  If the spiritual foundation is weak, then the relationship is likely to falter. Many spouses struggle when they feel that their significant other is drifting away from their faith.  In today's episode our guest Melissa Gendreau provides guidance on how to cope with spiritual imbalance in marriage.  She gives helpful tips on how to be a praying spouse and how to help the wayward spouse.</p>
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048 Marriage: Am I a Selfish Spouse?
<p>Usually by the time we see a couple for marriage counseling and the complaint of selfishness is the issue, the couple has been married a while. This selfishness comes across as being demanding and commanding with their needs, values, and wants. In this episode, Laura and Vincent discuss how selfish demands causes discord in marriage and tips to alleviate it.</p>
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047 Marriage: Is Complaining Ruining Your Marriage?
<p>Do you find yourself making statements like "we never go on dates" or "he doesn't care what I think or want"? Do you find yourself constantly complaining about your spouse? In today's episode, Laura and Vincent discuss "over-generalizations" that come across as complaining. They give tips on how to reduce your complaining.</p>
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046 Marriage: Do You Read Your Spouse's Mind?
<p>The basis for every plot on the sitcom Three's Company was an assumption that had gone wrong. Misconstrued assumptions are funny on a TV show, but they can be toxic in a marriage. In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss how we "mind-read" our spouses and get it very wrong.</p>
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045 Marriage: What Do You Call Your Spouse?
<p>In marriages, we can get into bad habits of giving our spouse's negative labels. Are you labelling your spouse without really getting to know them? Do you really understand them or are you just making harsh judgements that are extreme? In today's episode, Vincent and Laura discuss how you address your spouse.</p>
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044 Marriage: Do You Magnify The Problems In Your Marriage?
<p>We all have Eeyores and George Castanzas in our lives. These are people that are chronically negative. They are the Debbie Downers that don't see the good things right under their noses. In today's episode, Vincent and Laura are going to discuss "MAGNIFYING." This is our second in a series on anger in marriage.</p>
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043 Marriage: How To Avoid The Blame Game
<p>When something goes wrong with the communication in marriage, we tend to blame the other person. We feel that we should be understood correctly. We believe that we have done all we could to express ourselves appropriately. Unfortunately, many times we are wrong. We don't see our responsibility in the communication breakdown. In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss how to avoid the blame game.</p>
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042 Marriage: Need a Referee For Your Marriage?
<p>Today's guest is Dr. Barry Ham, the author of "Living on Purpose" and "Unstuck: Escaping the Rut of a Lifeless Marriage." He has decades of experience in private practice counseling families. Although he does not wear a referee shirt to counsel, he does get in the midst of heated and difficult situations to help. Dr. Ham gives valuable advice on how to hand these situations and how to thrive in life.</p>
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041 Personal Growth: How To Avoid Being a Victim
<p>Have you made statements like, "Why does this always happen to me?" or "I never get a break." If so, then you may be operating with a victim mentality. In this episode, Laura gives tips about how to get out of the victim mindset.</p>
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040 Parenting: Protecting Your Child From Pedophiles
<p>Protect your children from pedophiles. Today guest, family therapist Tracy Lamperti has done extensive work with sexual abuse victims. She explains the grooming process that pedophiles use and how prevent it. She provides questions to ask caretakers and facilities where your children interacts.</p>
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039 Personal Growth: Alcoholism and Other Addictions in the Family
<p>Growing up with a parent who is lost in addiction causes you to view the world in a different way. Today's guest Kimberly Dewberry discusses how her worldview was skewed in her childhood and the ways that it affected her adult life. Kimberly gives helpful advice on how to overcome unhealthy, codependent habits.</p>
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038 Marriage: A Pre-Marital Checklist
<p>Save yourself the cost of a divorce lawyer and have these discussions now with your spouse to be! Vincent and Laura discuss important questions that you must ask your fiancé. Even if you are already married these questions will benefit your marriage.</p>
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037 Parenting: Build a Loving Family With Adopted Children
<p>Considering adoption? You would like to explore it, but you have some reservations. In this episode, Naomi Quick gives level-headed advice on the decision to adopt and the adoption process.</p>
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036 Marriage: 4 Things New Dads Need To Hear
<p>Sometimes new dads get lost in the excitement of a new baby. Sometimes they feel left out. In today's episode, Vincent and Laura discuss four things wives can say to connect with their husbands.</p>
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035 Personal Growth: Leaving a Spiritual Legacy with Elisa Pulliam
<p>Learn how to leave a spiritual legacy from Elisa "Lisa" Pulliam. Lisa shares her story of coming to Christ from a non-church home. She gives practical advice on Bible study and spiritual discipline.</p>
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034 Personal Growth: Conquering Sexual Sin with Nate Danser
<p>Nate Danser of Pure Life Ministries offers advice for those struggling with sexual sin. Nate shares his experience of recovering from this addiction. He gives encouraging tips for men and their wives in similar situations.</p>
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033 Parenting: Why I'm Not Disappointed In My C-Section
<p>After doing extensive planning for a natural child birth, Laura and Vincent describe their experience with a C-section to promote April's National Cesarean Awareness Month which is sponsored by The International Cesarean Awareness Network. Their mission is "to improve maternal-child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery, and promoting Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC)." </p>
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032 Marriage: The Key To a Thriving Blended Family with Willie and Rachel Scott
<p>A blended family is when a couple forms and bring children from their previous families together. This undeniably brings in stress for the couple, as roles are questioned - do you replace the children's other mother or father? How do you best treat everyone equally? Willie and Rachel Scott, founders of Better Than Blended, answer these questions and share their secrets to a thriving family.</p>
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031 Personal Growth: Could You Be Abused and Not Even Know It?
<p>Abuse in relationships come in many different forms: sexual abuse, spiritual abuse, physical abuse, and emotional abuse. Sometimes it is difficult for a victim to recognize the abuse. They may have coped by rationalizing it away. In this episode, Laura and Vincent define abuse so that victims may acknowledge it and begin to heal.</p>
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030 Personal Growth: With Or Without a Relationship: Learn To Love Yourself With Christy Johnson
<p>Ever avoid being in your own company? A struggle with being single can push you into unhealthy relationships as a way to fight the fear of being alone. Today's guest is Christy Johnson, a former 'Love Junkie' who constantly sought love through others and not through God and herself. She's a speaker, author, and life coach. Her mission is to support women and feed their soul health. She provides hope and tips to healthy singlehood.</p>
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029 Personal Growth: Finding Hope Through Sexual Abuse with Paula Mosher Wallace
<p>Sadly, sexual abuse is rampant. One in four women and one in six men are affected by sexual abuse. In today's episode, Paula Mosher Wallace shares her own experience with childhood sexual abuse, how it affected her adult life and how she has healed from it. You will find many resources in the podcast and show notes.</p>
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O28 Personal Growth: Domestic Abuse with Holly Ashley
<p>Our guest today, Holly Ashley, is a domestic violence victim advocate. She describes the signs of domestic abuse and how to get help which include a danger assessment and safety plan. She advocates the need to follow the biblical principles of a loving marriage, and the need to trust God.</p>
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027 Personal Growth: When Power Is Abused At Church with Athena Dean Holtz
<p>The church is the place we go to strengthen our bond with God, even more so when in moments of need. We hear from today's guest, Athena Dean Holtz, on how she got wrapped into a church cult for over 12 years, and how she got out of it.</p>
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026 Marriage: Disappointed in Your Spouse?
<p>Have you ever felt like you didn't matter after Valentine's Day? Your spouse remembered and did do something, but it was not what you really wanted. Or your spouse didn't do anything at all, but you didn't mention your disappointment or you shrugged it off. In this episode, we talk about mistakes we make that lead to disappointments and how to fix them.</p>
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025 Marriage: The Balance Between Home and Work Life
<p>Unless you are born with a lot of wealth, work is necessary for you to live.  So what is the proper balance of work and home life?  Both activities require your time and effort.  In this episode, Vincent and Laura discuss what a healthy work and home life should look like.  They give specific tips to help couples who work at home or have a business together.</p>
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024 Personal Growth: Brenda Knowles on the Power of Being an Introvert
<p>Some people feel energized when they're in the company of other people, others feel energized in solitude.  Our guest today, Brenda Knowles, is the latter, and she shares her experiences of being an introvert.</p>
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023 Marriage: Dr. Corey Allen on Marriage, Sex, and Liking Yourself
<p>Many partners strive for the 'perfect marriage' and to be the 'perfect partner'. At its core, you grow up through marriage as you learn how to give, stand on your own two feet - and have children. Spiritually, we become better Christians in a relationship. Dr. Corey Allen joins us in today's interview, where we discuss what makes a happy marriage.</p>
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022 Marriage: Should I Snoop On My Spouse's Phone?
<p>My spouse sure has been secretive lately? I wonder what's going on. Have you ever felt this way. Laura and Vincent discuss phone privacy in a marriage and the pros and cons of snooping on your spouse's phone.</p>
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021 Personal Growth: Dr. Pauline Dillard Discusses Postpartum Depression and Birth Trauma
<p>Postpartum depression needs to be talked about.  It is more common than what our research or statistics report.  Birth trauma ALSO is a taboo subject that needs more discussion.  Today, Dr. Pauline Dillard illuminates the importance of having these discussions and what can be done to help families struggling from PPD and/or birth trauma.</p>
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020 Personal Growth: Feeling Like the Appendix of the Body of Christ
<p>Unsure about your place in the church?  How do you fit in?  Laura encourages ways to get involved and to get out of your comfort zone.</p>
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019 Personal Growth: Why I Don't Like Before & After Photos
<p>No matter where you look you can't avoid before & after photos.  What message do they send?  Laura discusses her opinion on before & after photos. </p>
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018 Personal Growth: Luann Grambow on Selfless Love
<p>Have you ever thought of yourself as selfish?  In today's episode, counselor Luann Grambow discusses how people who struggle in their relationship are suffering from a divided heart.  They are not fully able to meet the needs of their spouse because they are not serving the needs of God.  She discusses how serving the needs of God will naturally improve the marital relationship and will in turn, serve the needs of the spouse.  </p>
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017 Marriage: Date Night
<p>When is the last time that you and your spouse went on a date - just the two of you without your kids or friends?  Vincent and Laura talk about the importance of dating your spouse.</p>
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016 Personal Growth: Dr. Gregory Jantz Discusses Depression
<p>Have you been stuck in a rut for a long time?  Eating disorder specialist and best-selling author, Dr. Gregory Jantz discusses how you can get out of that pit and thrive.  He talks about his whole-centered approach to treating mental illnesses, using a team instead of just one person.  Dr. Jantz gives hope and understanding.</p>
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015 Personal Growth: Why Don't Sexual Harassment Victims Speak About It?
<p>Why are these victims of sexual harassment just coming out with their stories now?  Have you wondered why?  Have you been a victim yourself, or have you been a perpetrator?  Laura and Vincent talk about reasons that victims are just talking about it now years later and the mentality behind sexual harassment.</p>
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014 Parenting: Dr. Jonathan C. Robinson discusses "Teachable Moments"
<p>Kids misbehaving?  Is there a disconnect between your children and you?  How close are you to your teenager?  Dr. Jonathan C. Robinson discusses how to train up your child with healthy morals.  He gives helpful tips about how to communicate with your child effectively.</p>
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013 Marriage: Stress-Free Family Holiday
<p>How are your holidays?  Are you relaxed and at ease during them?  Do you feel refreshed afterwards or do you feel like you just survived?  This episode talks about the stressors of the holidays.  Numerous tips and strategies are discussed to help you thrive during the holidays.</p>
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012 Marriage: William Zajac Describes the "Unbeatable Marriage"
<p>Is your marriage just going through the motions?  You're in a perilous situation and maybe don't realize it.  Many couples loose focus and do not work on their marriage.  Before they know it, their marriage is gone. William Zajac has interviewed over 400 couples and discovered what makes marriages last.  He shares the secrets of his findings.</p>
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011 Personal Growth: Anxiety Attack or Panic Attack?
<p>Do you know the difference between an anxiety attack and a panic attack?  Learn the physical and emotional symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks.  Learn how to cope with them and how to help a loved one who is struggling with them.  </p>
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010 Personal Growth: Nicole Greer Encourages You To Pursue Your Calling
<p>Do you know your calling?  Vincent interviews Nicole Greer, the Vibrant Coach.  Nicole discusses how the 21st century is no longer about getting a college degree and getting married.  Learn how to live with joy and passion in your work.</p>
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009 Grief/Loss: Secret Sisterhood of Miscarriage
<p>One in four pregnancies end in miscarriage.  Laura and Vincent discuss their experiences with miscarriage.  They talk about the secrecy behind miscarriage.  They give advice on how to help someone who has had a miscarriage and what to say or not to say to them.</p>
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008 Parenting: John Stengel Discusses the Dangers of the Internet
<p>Vincent interviews John Stengel, founder of JSCM Group, a cyber security business.  John explains how easy it is for kids and adults to access the negative parts of the internet.  He gives helpful tips on ways to keep your children safe.</p>
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007 Parenting: "11 Ways Parents Sabotage Their Kids' Future & How To Stop"
<p>Therapists Vincent and Laura Ketchie talk about ways they see parents harm their child's future unknowingly.  First, they help parents identify these negative behaviors.  Secondly, they discuss how this behavior harms the child's development.  Lastly, they give helpful tips on how to turn these negative ways into positive ones.</p>
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006 Personal Growth: Steve Benson Talks About the Walls In Peoples Lives That Keep Them From Love
<p>Author and Christian therapist Steve Benson discusses his book "Embracing Love: Living on the Other Side of Disconnected Relationships."  All of us have some sort of self-protective wall that we have built in our lives.  Unfortunately, these walls can keep love out, as well as keep us from loving the way God wants us to.  Today's show invites you to look inward to see what may be keeping you from loving the best you can and provides ways to tear down those walls.</p>
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005 Marriage/Affairs: Vincent & Laura Discuss "Seven Signs Your Marriage Is Susceptible To an Affair"
<p>Vincent & Laura discuss some of the signs that your marriage may be in trouble.  Marriage is difficult.  Successful, romantic marriage takes a lot of hard work.  Vincent & Laura talk about some the attitudes and bad behaviors that undermine a healthy relationship.  You will learn what you need to work on in your marriage and how.</p>
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004 Parenting: Traci Lester Talks About "The Birds and the Bees Without the Butterflies"
<p>Traci Lester, author of the book "How to Talk About The Birds and the Bees Without the Butterflies", discusses talking to your kids about sex.  She talks about the importance of the discussion, and how you as a parent should be the expert in your child's mind.</p>
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003 Parenting: Vincent & Laura discuss "When Your Help Doesn't Help"
<p>Vincent and Laura discuss how in today's culture, women often feel that they must entertain those who come to visit, even when they are in need of an extra set of hands.  Laura explains how not being direct can actually frustrate the people wanting to give help.  She gives examples of ways to communicate directly with those who visit to get the maximum results.</p>
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002 Communication/Marriage: Dr. David Ludwig Discusses His Communication Typology "Painters & Pointers" and more
<p>Dr. David Ludwig has a PhD in psychology and a masters of divinity.  He is a professor, author, and pastor.  He describes his communication typology:  "Painters and Pointers".  Dr. Ludwig also describes the power of "We" - togetherness in a relationship.  He gives detailed descriptions of how couples have succeeded in working on their marriage by using his techniques.</p>
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001 Communication/Marriage: Laura and Vincent Discuss "Five Behaviors That Break Down a Conversation"
<p>Vincent Ketchie, LPC and Laura Ketchie, LPC talk about ways that conversations are harmed:  talking too fast or over someone, not considering the other person's point of view, closed body language, and device distractions.  They give helpful tips and describe ways to improve your conversations.</p>
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000 About the Hosts of Relationship Helpers, Vincent & Laura Ketchie
<p>Vincent Ketchie, LPC and Laura Ketchie, LPC talk about their backgrounds and share how they became counselors.  They discuss what led them to start "Relationship Helpers" and their journey thus far.</p>
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