44 episodes

Confessions of a Terrible Husband is a marriage podcast for people who are looking for real advice from the trenches and who are committed to taking personal responsibility over improving their relationships. Hear Nick Pavlidis talk all things marriage and life and interview people like Fawn Weaver from The Happy Wives Club, John G. Miller, of QBQ, Inc., Dan Miller and Joanne Miller of 48 Days to the Work You Love, Derek and Carrie Olsen from Better Conversations, Marcus and Ashley Kusi from the Our Peaceful Family, and many, many more, about the best ways to have an amazing relationship!

Confessions of a Terrible Husband Nick Pavlidis

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9, 300 Ratings

Confessions of a Terrible Husband is a marriage podcast for people who are looking for real advice from the trenches and who are committed to taking personal responsibility over improving their relationships. Hear Nick Pavlidis talk all things marriage and life and interview people like Fawn Weaver from The Happy Wives Club, John G. Miller, of QBQ, Inc., Dan Miller and Joanne Miller of 48 Days to the Work You Love, Derek and Carrie Olsen from Better Conversations, Marcus and Ashley Kusi from the Our Peaceful Family, and many, many more, about the best ways to have an amazing relationship!

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
300 Ratings

300 Ratings

gpcanton ,

Timeless Podcast for becoming a better Husband

A timeless podcast for those wanting to become a better husband. I’m writing this review after listening to just one episode - ‘The Husband Code of Conduct with Bill Mcdonald’ - Definitely worth a listen. I really hope to see and be able to hear more from Nic’s podcast. Fantastic!

-Gordon Canton
Moorhead, MN

Paul D Johnson ,

Helps take your marriage to the next level

As the host of The God Zone Show podcast, I appreciate Nick's passion to bring wisdom to the area of marriages. We husbands need to intentionally focus on taking our marriages to the next level. Tbis podcast helps us do that.

Ilnor ,

I want to like it ... but don’t

I like the concept and Nick is honest about his journey but that’s what it is - his journey. The content is way too infrequent and usually sounds like a personal blog. He’s a lawyer by trade so he’s not an expert (which, to his credit, he admits). So all he really has are personal anecdotes.

I applaud him for his goals and his desire to help others but maybe he should focus on other avenues (and based on his frequent spans without content - maybe he already is).

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