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Join Jenni and Josh, married high school sweethearts turned healthcare and human services professionals, as they explore a wide variety of topics including grief, parenting, health and wellness, and relationships.
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Summer is supposed to be a time of epic fun and relaxation, right? Where does this belief come from and how does it translate into pressure today? If the pressure to plan the perfect summer for your family ever leaves you feeling like you've just become a cruise director, then tune into today's episode to explore some ways to combat Summertime Stress. Jenni and Josh also share what their summers were like as children and how that has impacted them as adults. Studio updates and follow up from a recent relationship episode are also highlighted (find out if their last relationship quiz really helped them avoid a fight!).
In this episode, Jenni and Josh complete the "Your Last Argument" questionnaire from The Gottman Institute.  Using the questionnaire as a tool, they explore the feelings they each experienced during their disagreement, the factors that led them to approach the argument in that manner, deep rooted issues behind the argument, and what steps they each can take to avoid such conflict in the future. Join Jenni and Josh as they get real with each other (and with you!) and learn how to maybe stop an argument before it happens.   Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
Are you in a constant battle with the teenage aliens you live with to put on deodorant or turn off the lights or put away the milk?  Then this episode is for you!  Join Jenni and Josh as they talk teens with the Mom Who Knew Too Much, Gila Pfeffer!  Gila is a hilarious blogger with 4 kids and an amazing sense of humor!     Show Notes: https://the-mom-who-knew-too-much.com/
Are you happy?  How do you define happiness?  Join Jenni and Josh as they talk with a certified Happiness Mentor, Taylor Proctor from Happiness Abound!  Taylor is a writer and a podcast host who helps her readers and listeners realize that they are capable of happiness!  In this episode, Taylor helps us navigate through some myths and misconceptions about happiness and, of course, it wouldn't be Changing Perspectives if we didn't ask our guest to tell us about their dogs!    Show Notes: www.happinessabound.com https://open.spotify.com/playlist/393zJB6uAIu5cEajWKghWv    
Are you an honorary member of the Hawkins AV Club?  Tune in this week to talk all about Stranger Things Season 3!  Jenni and Josh discuss their favorite things about the hit Netflix sci-fi, adventure series!  80's nostalgia, story arcs, production design, and of course, the topic of grief and loss in the small Indiana town are all discussed in this week's episode!   
Episode 32: Trip Report

Episode 32: Trip Report

2019-07-1101:26:58

In this episode, Jenni and Josh provide a trip report of their recent vacation to the Orlando area where their non-Disney trip turned into a Disney Trip afterall. Highlights of the trip are reviewed including the topics of transportation, dining, lodging, shopping, and recreation. Tune in to hear what Jenni and Josh now think about staying off-property, visiting WDW in the summer, and renting a car.
Episode 31, “Island Survivor Game: Another Gottman Institute Couples Activity,” is available now! Join Jenni and Josh as they work together to complete the Gottman Institutes’s Island Survival Game. It’s all fun and games until the activity reveals some true feelings lurking beneath the surface.    https://www.gottman.com/blog/weekend-homework-assignment-the-gottman-island-survival-game/    
In this second episode of a 2-part series, Jenni and Josh further explore Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and how to utilize some of the techniques on your own. The connections between your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are explained with an emphasis on what to do once you have identified faulty thought patterns. Applications to real life scenarios are highlighted.
In this first episode of a 2-part series, Jenni and Josh explore Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and how to utilize some of the techniques on your own. The connections between your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are explained with an emphasis on how to identify faulty thought patterns that may be preventing you from reaching your goals in life. Applications to anxiety, depression, and other stressors are highlighted.   Show Notes Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy The Feeling Good Handbook
At times, being a parent these days can feel terrifying and hopeless as our kids are continuously exposed to some scary stuff.  We have to find a way to paint a picture of hope for our children in the midst of so much hopelessness. There is no magic elixir or magic wand; no secret rule book.  But, there are some things you can do to be their sunshine when finding the sun seems unlikely.  Join Jenni and Josh as they guide you through these strategies!    Show Notes: https://theascent.pub/10-ways-to-parent-with-hope-when-things-seem-hopeless-6e2bf86ab4ff
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Jennica Klemann

"The Death Deck" is another card game that creates opportunities for hard conversations.

May 27th
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Jennica Klemann

If you haven't read Caitlin Doughty's "From Here to Eternity", it's a MUST for cultural funeral care/traditions.

May 26th
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Jennica Klemann

I loooove Melissa and Kermit!! Thank you so much for having her on ❣️

May 26th
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