My “Aha Moment” happened because of a package of hamburger meat. I asked my husband to stop by the store to pick up a few things for dinner, and when he got home, he plopped the bag on the counter. I started pulling things out of the bag, and realized he’d gotten the 70/30 hamburger meat – which means it’s 70% lean and 30% fat. Read More.
On this episode of The Joe Beam Show, Joe will give you practical help in learning to trust your spouse again after she or he has hurt you. How can you again trust the person who hurt you? How can you get the person you hurt to trust you again? We’ll share answers to these questions. Call with your marriage questions at (646) 378-0424. MORE
In this episode of The Joe Beam Show, Joe interviews a wife whose husband cheated on her and left their marriage for the other woman. Some time later he realized he wanted his family back. When he asked, she forgave and accepted him back into their marriage. Why? How did she win him back? In this program she explains. Click Here To Listen.
Group therapy may work as well as medication to help keep depression from returning for patients who have already taken drugs to control symptoms, a British study suggests. Read More.
Tonight’s broadcast of The Joe Beam Show is entitled, An Interview with a Man who Had an Affair and Why He Decided to Save His Marriage. You won’t want to miss this episode. Whether you have had an affair, or your spouse is the one who has had the affair, now you have the opportunity to listen to a man who recently was involved in an affair but decided to save his marriage. Read More.
On this episode of The Joe Beam Show, guest host Lee Wilson interviews Alice Beam about why she chose to remarry Joe, how she could forgive him and how she could trust him again. Read More.
According to marriage expert Joe Beam, the first crisis in most marriages is the birth of their first child. Though it’s tempting to nurture our children above our marriage, statistics tell us that children in homes with parents in strong marriages are more successful, mentally stable and have more self-esteem on average than children in homes with parents in weak relationships. Read More.
A review of the long-term effects of childhood sexual abuse (CSA) is sobering. Research has identified numerous detrimental effects: