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Join Angilyn and Nate Bagley as they capture the real-life stories of amazing LDS couples, and learn the principles and tools of how to have an incredible Eternal Marriage from LDS marriage experts. If you want a marriage that makes you look forward to eternity... this show should be in your feed!

Mormon Marriages Angilyn and Nate Bagley

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Join Angilyn and Nate Bagley as they capture the real-life stories of amazing LDS couples, and learn the principles and tools of how to have an incredible Eternal Marriage from LDS marriage experts. If you want a marriage that makes you look forward to eternity... this show should be in your feed!

    E50 - Power of a Shared Dream with Kory & Heather

    E50 - Power of a Shared Dream with Kory & Heather

    "The noblest aim in life is to strive to live to make lives better and happier. The most worthy calling in life is that in which man can serve best his fellow man." - David O. McKay

    • 1 hr
    E49 - Continuing the Porn Conversation with Dr. Cam Staley

    E49 - Continuing the Porn Conversation with Dr. Cam Staley

    We need to have more compassion and understanding in our marriages - for ourselves and for our partner.

    There are a lot of things that enter our relationships from our pasts. We need to realize that it is going to take some time to perfect this dance. Sometimes they’re going to step on your toes, and sometimes you will step on theirs. When we do that, let’s try to give each other some feedback and support.

    It can quickly turn to blame and anger - ‘you stepped on me and that really hurt!’ Most often there is not malicious intent, yet people still get injured. We get hurt and our expectations get betrayed. There is a lot of emotion and discomfort and fear. It’s here that we need to start from a place of, ‘my partner is probably doing their best even though they aren’t a great dance partner yet. Maybe I’m not a great dance partner yet either! I thought I had all the moves and I don’t. How can we learn how to dance together?’

    — Dr. Cameron Staley

    • 50 min
    Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist #31

    Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist #31

    "Seldom are we broken. There’s just something we haven’t yet learned that would allow us to be more free. The courage to pursue a truer view is rewarded with the joy of living in greater truth." - Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

    • 1 hr 3 min
    E48 - Off Balance On Purpose | Learning to juggle all of life's roles with Rachel Nielson from the 3 in 30 Podcast

    E48 - Off Balance On Purpose | Learning to juggle all of life's roles with Rachel Nielson from the 3 in 30 Podcast

    "I felt like the Lord was telling me, ‘I created you the way you are for a reason. You have these gifts and these desires and these skills because I put them there in you. It’s not wrong to follow those. In fact, it’s fulfilling the measure of your creation.’

    I do believe that it is a parent’s (both a father’s and a mother’s) primary responsibility for the nurture of their children, and a huge part of that is finding nurturing opportunities for them. I’m the facilitator of the nurturing and the education that happens in my children’s life. I do not have to be the only one doing the nurturing."
    — Rachel Nielson

    • 52 min
    E47 - "Our Way" Marriage Plan with Jonathan Sherman, LMFT | The vital importance of premarital and early marital counseling

    E47 - "Our Way" Marriage Plan with Jonathan Sherman, LMFT | The vital importance of premarital and early marital counseling

    "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" - Benjamin Franklin

    "Why isn’t this something that more people do? They think they don’t need it. They say, 'Oh, we don’t have any problems.' It’s the stigma and mindset that counseling is only something you do when you’re screwed up.

    You don’t need to have problems to go to premarital counseling any more than you need to be stupid to go to college. A prevention mindset says 'Hey, I’d like to know what it is I don’t know.'" - Jonathan Sherman, LMFT

    • 58 min
    E46 - An Antidote to the "Almost Life" | Tapping into your Super Human Nature with Seth Ellsworth

    E46 - An Antidote to the "Almost Life" | Tapping into your Super Human Nature with Seth Ellsworth

    "Buried in your humanity is a jewel - a gift from God. It is the strongest force in your life. There is no stronger force that you could use for good in your life then this:

    Your human nature has one single motive - to fight for what it deems as normal.

    It will fight to a degree that you cannot win. So, what do you do?
    Simple.

    Redefine what’s normal.

    All of a sudden, your human nature will work FOR you, instead of against you. This idea of controlling and creating what is normal is everything." -Seth Ellsworth

    • 1 hr 4 min

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