Unfortunately, over half of marriages end in divorce. Rather than become another unhappy statistic, there is an alternative. We can learn to create healthy relationships not just by happenstance but by learning the skills to keep our relationships healthy, loving and fun. On each episode of The Heart of the Matter, Rev. George will be joined by his co-hosts Tom and Joyce DeVoge, relationship specialists, taking calls and exploring ways to keep relationships alive, fresh and loving.
The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.
The Importance of Asking
Intimate relationships function better when people ask clearly for what they want.
Levels of Emotional Maturity
We're supposed to mature with age. In the arena of relationships, we may not know what emotional maturity looks like. We'll give examples of both mature and immature behaviors.
Relationships in the Workplace
Relationships in the workplace can cross boundaries that place your primary relationship in jeopardy. We'll talk about the most common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
The Art of Self-Soothing and De-Stressing
Stress is prevalent just about everywhere in our fast-paced society. We'll discuss ways to chill out so that you can warm up your primary relationship.
10 Rules for Healthy Friendships
Relationships are friendlier and more intimate when both people follow the same rules. This program discusses 10 rules that friends need to be mindful of.
Relationship Triangles and Jealousy
Jealousy is a painful and destructive force in an intimate relationship. We discuss the dynamics of a triangle, how to recognize the presence of jealousy, and how to undo it.
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I’m so sad that I found this podcast just now when they put a close to it BUT, this has been such a great tool for me. I’m 21 and married and I realized I have been stagnant for the past 3 years emotionally/mentally and this podcast has really opened my eyes and was a catalyst to my growth and change. There is so much wisdom here and I am so grateful. I never had a good role model to look up to so I feel so blessed to have found this.