80 episodes

A marriage and relationship resource for couples seeking marriage counseling and growth.

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    • 4.3, 49 Ratings

A marriage and relationship resource for couples seeking marriage counseling and growth.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

aahchu ,

Great podcast but lately it lacks a natural flow

I recently discovered the podcast and I found it very helpful. Nevertheless ever since the host of the podcast changed it hasn’t been the same. Technically the quality of the audio has been bad. It sounds like the host is not using a microphone and like she is transmitting from an empty room since there is a lot of eco. The host seems like a very smart person and knowledgeable about the subject of marriage, but it also seems like she is so nervous thinking about the next question that she doesn’t listen to the expert guest talking and keeps to her previously thought out questions instead of inserting herself in the conversation and going with it. With the previous host it felt more like a conversation in a coffee shop rather than an interview for a news report via satellite. Lately it just lacks a natural flow and it feels awkward.

grateful-heart! ,

Was great but ...

I've been listening to and enjoying these podcasts for over a year now. The guests and information are always insightful and the host/founder (Lee Rosen -- ironically, a divorce attorney, it seems) was entertaining and guided the conversations expertly.

Over the past few months, it seems there's a new, permanent? host. In early episodes, it was apparent that she was nervous and inexperienced but making a great effort. Many episodes later, her improvement and effort are obvious but, i hate to admit, i am STRUGGLING to continue to listen. The host comes across as immature and unable to insightfully engage the guests on the topic beyond the rote responses of, "Yeah. That makes sense." And, i apologize for my prejudice, but her "Valley Girl" accent and common refrain of "Yaaaah..." is just...hard to look (er, listen) past. I'd really like to continue enjoying and benefitting from the content in these episodes, but the interview quality (not to mention the sound quality) is quickly and steadily diminishing. Keeping my fingers crossed that the podcast returns to its former awesomeness!

MimiF ,

Great for the married during holidays

Divorce statistics were shocking, but for sure, telling. Especially the bit about 2nd marriages. I absolutely agree that a successful marriage (and family) must make their own traditions, and it's such a relief that they also address how hard it is to break old ones. The bits about gift-giving choices was also great stuff, lots of creative and heartwarming suggestions.

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