300 episodes

A podcast about real stories of why marriages really succeed and fail.

Anatomy of Marriage anatomyofmarriage.com

    • Relationships
    • 4.7 • 918 Ratings

A podcast about real stories of why marriages really succeed and fail.

    Mastering Your Emotions (even if you almost cut your finger off with a chainsaw)

    Mastering Your Emotions (even if you almost cut your finger off with a chainsaw)

    Today we talk about the importance of Mastering Your Emotions in all situations from the struggles of everyday parenting issues to emergency situations like I had with the chainsaw. 
    Also, we are joined by Tank for a little Holiday motivation! 
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    • 46 min
    Build Your Dream Marriage and STOP BREAKING IT!

    Build Your Dream Marriage and STOP BREAKING IT!

    Today we talk about the importance of building your dream marriage little by little every single day, as well as the importance of not breaking or tearing down your marriage by doing things that are harmful. 
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    • 36 min
    Stop Looking Backwards! Coaching Part 4

    Stop Looking Backwards! Coaching Part 4

    Today we talk about the importance of letting go of your past struggles and moving forward with your new vision in marriage! 

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    • 36 min
    Share Your Vision! Coaching Part 3

    Share Your Vision! Coaching Part 3

    Today we talk about the importance of creating and sharing a vision for your relationships. This could be parenting, marriage, or friendships. There is power in seeing and communicating the desires that you have for your relationships. 

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    • 40 min
    Own Your Impact! Coaching Part 2

    Own Your Impact! Coaching Part 2

    Today we talk about the importance of owning the impact that you have on those around you in relationships, friendships, parenting and even with yourself! This is what we wish we had heard YEARS AGO and what we work on daily with our AOM Coaching Clients.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Air Your Shizz! (share your hurt) Coaching Part 1

    Air Your Shizz! (share your hurt) Coaching Part 1

    Today we explain the importance of airing out past injuries in a healthy and productive way in marriage in order to move forward and grow. This is one of the foundations of our coaching and something that we believe can lead to a much stronger and fulfilling relationship when done correctly! 
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    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
918 Ratings

918 Ratings

great app! 889 ,

I appreciate the transparency

They don’t pretend that learning to love our spouses as Godwants us to is easy.

jtmcker ,

Disappointing

I just started listening to the episode titled “how do I heal from an emotional affair?”and it was very disappointing. You guys clearly don’t actually understand what the woman was asking or how much pain she was clearly in. The answer of “you’re healing from an broken trust”, was just rude and insulting in my opinion. You don’t seem to have a real understanding of what she is going through or really understand what she was asking. She has every right to know what her husband shared with another woman after committing and making promises to her. He had no right and she had no decision in any of that. He should have to account for his actions with honesty. He did those things. If he can’t be honest with her about that, no matter how uncomfortable it is for him, why would she trust him about anything else? I hope she didn’t take to heart the insensitive answer you gave her. Perhaps advice, especially in marriage, or more specifically in regards to affair healing where there is so much pain, just isn’t your forte. Think about what you’re saying and how the person receiving those words will receive them. She’s likely going through one of the most difficult times in her life and you basically told her she was stupid and to get over it. If we don’t want to discuss certain things that we have done because we are ashamed or maybe too selfish (referring to her husband), perhaps we shouldn’t do those things. Surely you can do better than further insult a heartbroken woman whose whole world has been flipped and turned upside down leaving her questioning everything she thought she knew.

HannahG&G ,

Exactly what I have been searching for

I have been married for 7 years with two small kids. I have been searching for guidance. Something that would help explain why I feel the things that I do, how to understand what my needs are, how to understand my husbands needs and how to communicate all of that. I downloaded a random Christian devotional app and in the app I found a podcast that you were guests on. I was instantly hooked. You both are so relatable and real and the content speaks to me. I love that you talk about your flaws and failures and never present yourselves as a couple with everything figured out. So many couples, especially Christian couples attempt to present a storybook version of themselves that is so far from reality. I cannot express how much this real, raw perspective is needed. Thank you for doing this. I am so excited to continue to go through these episodes. I hope that so many other married couples see this podcast.

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