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Author: Jennifer N. Price

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Why have an ordinary marriage, when you can experience an extraordinary one? Awaken, discover and connect to the deeper meaning of love and relationship with The Marriage Show. Jennifer’s mission is to inspire you to create the most successful, passionate and meaningful life and marriage possible. Tune in every Monday for insightful interviews with global thought leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, and experts in a variety of fields. Every Wednesday Jennifer will drop her Wednesday Wisdom. All episodes are designed to light you up, guide you through life’s obstacles and help bring you closer to your best self and an exceptional relationship. Find out more at TheMarriageShow.com and JenniferPrice.com

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Today we’re talking laughter. Without the ability to laugh at yourselves in marriage, you have no marriage (not a fun one anyway). Laughter is a crucial element to a successful and joyful life. Laughter is a physiological response to humor that releases tension, excretes endorphins, makes you. happier, and it’s contagious. When you read headlines like, “Tiger Woods plays with own balls”, Nike says, do you laugh? How about, “Volunteers search for old civil war planes.” I’m really hoping they didn’t search too long. Haha Come learn how to seek and find more humor in your everyday lives so your marriage will be a fun environment that is relaxing, rejuvenating, and — fun. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today we’re talking wives, mothers, and exhaustion. I have sensuality and confidence coach to women, Leslie Porter, here to give us women tips on how to have more joy, space and pleasure in our lives amongst the mundane, day-to-day, wife and motherly activities we cherish - but that can be exhausting.Leslie believes by harnessing the power of sensuality and creativity, women are more in tune with themselves and everyone around them. So, her passion is helping women embrace their sensual and creative sides, helping women get comfortable in their own skin, women who want to be confident in their beauty and their power no matter their age or weight. Come listen and learn how to have more energy at the end of the day, how to create more time for yourself so you feel fulfilled, whole, energized and happy. We talk directly to women with full-time careers on vulnerability, control, and bringing more pleasure into your life. We also talk sexuality, passion, how to enjoy sexuality more, and what to do if you’re body-conscious. Come listen and learn from this smart woman! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today’s episode is all about suffering in marriage.  Do you feel plagued with emotional suffering, depression or anxiety?  Negative emotional patterns?  Are you consumed with fear? Do you feel stuck and find it difficult to move forward or create positive change because of your suffering? What if I told you that suffering is a choice?  What if I told you that suffering isn't something that happens to you because of life's circumstances, rather, it's a place you choose to go because you're fulfilling some of your needs?  Tony Robbins famously says, "Pain is unavoidable, a fact of human life. But suffering is optional, it’s a choice." Have a listen to this episode, keep an open mind, and you might be surprised at what is revealed regarding suffering. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today we’re talking about the adolescent brain, children who have experienced trauma, what the public school systems are doing to help the children of our nation, and what your parents at home can do to help foster healing and care for children under stress. My guest today - Jodi Jenkins Place - a High school English Teacher for 11 years, High School Administrator for 10 years, and currently Director of Phoenix Alternative Education Programs: a continued ed service in a non-traditional environment for students grades 6 - 12. This is a Blended Learning Instructional Model incorporating a Trauma-Informed and Responsive Philosophy with a Whole Child Emphasis. Come listen to our conversation and learn how you, as parents, can have a better relationship with your children, how to understand them better and how to relate with them that will foster love, care and support as they transition from child to adult. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Do you feel unattractive? Or does your spouse seem less attracted to you? How about your spouse - have they 'let themselves go' over the years and you find attraction difficult now? Have you ever noticed how some people seem to have the it-factor? Notice how they radiate with charisma, positive energy, confidence, power, and things seem to effortlessly go their way? These people don't always have abundant finances, dashing good looks, the most coveted career, affluent social circles, or effortless success, yet, even the most skeptical and hardened personalities are secretly enamored with these charming individuals. What gives people the 'it-factor' and makes them so irresistible? It's the same thing that will make you irresistible to everyone - including your spouse.There are many key components that involve being irresistible - some are physical, others, well... you might be surprised by what I have to say. In any case, check out this episode on How To Be Irresistible To Your Spouse because I dive in and discuss what it means to be irresistible, how YOU can be irresistible - even if you don't feel sexy or attractive, and I give you fourteen actions that will make you attractive and irresistible to your spouse. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eating disorders strike a staggering amount of women across the world and have a tremendous impact on marriage and sexual relationship - often times the husband is aware there are marital or sexual issues, but he's clueless that it's actually an eating disorder causing the problems. Did you know that ‘emotional eating’ is classified as an eating disorder? Seems kind of harmless, right? According to eating disorder expert, Lydia Knight, it’s not so harmless. Lydia Knight helps women overcome eating disorders using a combination of neuroscience and mindfulness, and she’s here to talk with us about the signs and symptoms of eating disorders, what to do if you suspect your wife or daughter to have an eating disorder, how to create healthy eating habits, and our language regarding our own self image. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gossip is self sabotage! There's something called Spontaneous Trait Transference and what it means is this..... when you make negative comments about others, people listening associate those same traits with YOU because the brain is wired to identify you with the comments you make (negative or positive). People logically know you are talking about another person, but the brain forces the listener to perceive YOU as possessing those negative traits you speak of. Is this what you want happening in your marriage? Do you want your spouse to view you the way in which you speak of others?So Mama was right... if you don't have something positive to say, say nothing at all. Join me in this episode to learn how gossip affects your marriage, what to do instead of gossiping, and what to do if your spouse or friends gossip. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We acknowledge the many sacrifices military members endure while defending the freedom and security of our nation — and we acknowledge the sacrifices made by other service based careers that are dangerous (firefighters, emergency personal and police) — but their family members sacrifice just as much. Being the spouse of such service based professionals isn’t an easy endeavor.In this episode, I talk with Aimee Lopez — wife to Dave Lopez, a former Navy SEAL who now conducts missions for two organizations: Operation Underground Railroad and The Nazarene Fund. O.U.R. rescues children from sex trafficking and The Nazarene Fund rescues victims kidnapped due to religious persecution. Dave’s life is constantly in danger, so we’re going to find out from Aimee how she remains calm while her husband is off in the dark trenches of evil constantly putting his life on the line, how she runs the home smoothly while Dave is gone, and how they maintain a normal home life and successful marriage despite the stress his job provides. And Dave is back on the show to join us for this conversation! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Surviving marriage with children is NOT enough if you want your marriage to flourish and be successful long-term. You need to not just survive marriage with children, but THRIVE during this stage of family life. Children are one of the products of your love but they can easily and quickly become the focus of your entire life.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An estimated 85% of New Year’s Resolutions pledged each year are the same resolutions pledged the year before - and are rarely fulfilled. Why? Because most people don’t realize that to create change, you need more than a simple resolution.In this episode, I talk with my life and business coach, Keara Palmay, and we dive in to discuss the difference between resolutions and actual goals, how to self motivate, what’s needed to execute and obtain our goals. She gives us great strategies on self language, self confidence, and how to create lasting change in life and in relationship. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Wishing your spouse would change for the better? Want improvement in different areas of your marriage? The first step to marital change ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS begins with self. Think Michael Jackson's song, "Man In The Mirror".When YOU create genuine change in yourself, your spouse will become inspired to begin self work as well (typically speaking). If you don't know where to begin, the process can seem daunting and overwhelming. The good news? You can change anything about yourself if you have the desire, how-to knowledge, and commitment.In this episode, I define the four key elements necessary to create change in yourself and how to go about creating the change you want. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It’s difficult for many people to celebrate the holidays while experiencing joy after the loss of a loved one.  It’s simply too painful for some people. People say that “time heals all wounds” and that in time you’ll learn how to “move on”.  I don’t think it’s a matter of 'moving on’ as much as it is learning how to live life in a different way without the person you miss and are separated from.  The void left in our hearts can make holidays really difficult.Sofia Fedoryka Cuddeback is joining me today to talk about celebrating holidays with joy after the loss of a loved one.  Sofia’s mother, Irene, passed away exactly 8 years ago today after a long and traumatic battle with breast cancer. The loss of a loved one is never easy - but to experience such loss on a special holiday, like Christmas Eve, could easily make future Christmases especially difficult.  But Sofia and her family have found a way to experience joy on Christmas. She’s here to tell us how her family has coped with the loss of their mother, how they continue to experience joy on Christmas, and to bring hope and healing to those who are currently suffering so that you, too, can learn how to love the holidays again.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fight Right

Fight Right

2018-12-1927:31

Do you feel at a loss when it comes to conflict resolution, arguing and how to fight without causing each other pain, destruction, orfurther disconnectionIt’s inevitable - we're human beings - we're going to fight. Sometimes we allow ourselves to become so emotionally invested in aheated argument that it becomes a full-fledged FIGHT... like Holyfield vs Tyson -- (minus the punches and violence) -- but with thesame amount of passion and hostility.  Fighting in marriage, although inevitable, can cause great damage if both partners aren't well-schooled in conflict management, selfdiscipline, forgiveness, and compromise. Handling conflict the right way is an art, a skill if you will, and you can learn it at any point in life - if you desire and are willing to put forth the effort learning.Fighting the right way (where you have successful communication with a healthy and productive outcome) involves severalelements.In this episode, I define how to fight right: how to prevent big blow-up fights, how to stay focused on the specific subject of conflict,how to have fruitful conversations, and the benefits of and why you need a post-argument ritual. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ever wonder what you can do to decrease the number of doctor visits per year for your family? Or how to eat nutritious meals on a strict budget and with little time? Do you ever wonder what is in the lotion or body soap you rub all over your body every day? And would you like to learn how to build a rock solid immune system?Ben and Judith Jackson join me today to discuss all this and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meditation & Marriage

Meditation & Marriage

2018-12-1214:59

Did you know that one 20-minute meditation is the equivalent of four hours of quality sleep?  Or that daily meditation for two months shows great improvement in dura matter quality per brain scans? How about the fact that meditation leads to neuroplasticity; the brain's ability to change (structurally and functionally), allowing it to physically heal and for you to control thoughts, emotions, and behavior? And that meditation actually causes the brain to grow, creating thicker cortical walls which slows the aging process, improves memory, attention, and aids decision making skills? Not a bad way to spend 20 minutes of each day, eh?In this episode, I talk about the benefits of meditation (mental/psychological/emotional, physiological/physical, and spiritual) - think 'mind, body, spirit', the positive impact on self and relationship, why it's beneficial to meditate together as a couple, and I give you my three favorite meditations (two of which are life-changing), and how meditation impacts marriage and long-term relationships. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dave Lopez is a former U.S. Navy SEAL who currently conducts global missions with Operation Underground Railroad, a nonprofit organization comprised of retired special ops guys that rescue children from sexual slavery. Why am I having this man on a marriage podcast?  Because he exemplifies true masculinity - NOT because of his big muscles, charming personality or dashing good looks, and NOT because he’s a total badass Navy SEAL, capable of handling the world’s most dangerous situations and people;  it’s because he is a complete gentleman, a man of integrity, a man pure of heart, and a man that knows TRUE masculinity, what it means, and how to live it. In this episode, Dave and I talk about men, masculinity, and marriage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Restore Intimacy

Restore Intimacy

2018-12-0555:57

Are you in a sexless marriage?  Or do you have infrequent sex (like a few times a year)?  Or do you have sex often, but it feels more robotic, routine and mundane?  If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then I'm betting you may be frustrated in multiple areas of your relationship.  Typically speaking, a sexless marriage is a troubled marriage.To restore sexual intimacy within marriage, you must begin by having a holistic understanding of what a sacred, healthy and successful relationship looks like.  Sex is a powerful force, a deeply bonding experience, and a sacred sharing of bodies, minds and spirits that is, in great part, the glue of a beautiful spiritual union between partners.In this episode, I define sexuality in marriage, discuss how to approach the issues, the four actions that are hurting your intimacy journey, and the nine steps to restore sexual intimacy.  I also discuss medical conditions that dampen or prevent sex and what to do if you cannot experience sexual intimacy within marriage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Grief hits us for a variety of reasons and can be quite crippling if we don’t know what to do with it, how to navigate through it, and how to thrive (and be happy) despite our loss. Are you suffering extreme grief from the loss of your marriage, your job, death of a loved one, or any other extreme loss in your life?  In this episode, I talk with Diana Hernandez, an International Grief Coach helping others process and springboard from grief.  Diana became a grief coach after recovering from the experience of extreme loss in her own life. In addition to working with clients, Diana hosts support groups and grief dinners to create community and support among fellow grievers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Do you find it difficult to achieve success in both career and marriage?  When you succeed at one, does the other suffer?  You don’t have to choose, you can maintain balance and achieve fulfillment and success in both areas. In this episode, I provide strategies that will help you accomplish more in a day, reduce stress, boost creativity, and help you manage time more efficiently - all which will make you more successful in every area of life, including your relationship.  Without organization, structure, and excellent daily routine, your relationship will suffer.  Adopt these tips and your business, relationship, and life success will soar! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How can men grow in masculinity, leadership, integrity, and maturity?  Most men view talking about feelings, being emotional, and talking with other men about important issues regarding emotions, relationships, and how to cope with life’s stressors as being weak, feminine, or emasculating.  Find out how to tackle all this is a very masculine way with strength, courage, humility, and integrity - and it’s FUN.Are you a woman tuning in?  Learn how a woman can encourage her man, and then allow him the freedom to grow in these ways.  It might surprise you!In this episode, I talk with Travis Raznos, a men’s empowerment coach helping millennial men lead and succeed in their relationships and careers. Spending 10 years working in Ad Tech, Marketing, and Men’s Leadership Development his facilitation draws on the connection between self-introspection, emotional intelligence skill building, and group dynamics to support men in claiming their full range of leadership and vitality.Come join us for this insightful conversation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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