Category: The Joe Beam Show
Someone who is willing to destroy relationships by getting involved in one affair after another, may have had something happen in their past that now influences their present actions.… Read More
But when it happens, how do you put things back together?
How do you get past the hurt? The broken trust? The fear that something else is coming – especially when one partner developed a deep emotional relationship with someone else, but has decided to try to make your relationship work again.… Read More
In this program we will talk about how the expectations some have about reconciliation are not the same as the reality of what it will take to reconcile, what happens during reconciliation, and what your relationship will be like after you’ve put your marriage back together.… Read More
Would you like to have sex with your partner that is more fulfilling, more exciting, and more pleasurable for both of you?
Some couples have great sex. Some have good sex. Some bad sex. Some have little to no sex.
Which category do you fall under and do you want to change things?… Read More
Falling in or out of love doesn’t “just happen.”
Although either can happen unintentionally, they are both a process and don’t happen overnight, regardless if we believe we just fell head over heels in love with someone.
There are four main steps to falling in love, which tend to happen in a particular order and follow a process.… Read More
After all, you divorced for a certain reason, could your ex have changed so drastically during the time you were both apart to the point where you would want to try it all again?
It works for some people and definitely doesn’t for others.… Read More
Divorce isn’t something to be thrown around lightly. Know what you’re doing before you do it. It’s one of the hardest questions you’ll ever struggle with answering.
“How do I know when I should file for divorce?”
You definitely don’t want to file before you need to, but you also don’t know how to respond if your spouse threatens divorce.… Read More
When Dr. Tennov introduced the concept in the 1970s, it was mostly rejected. We encounter marriage counselors who have never heard of it. But the research is solid. PhD’s including anthropologists and biologists and more study it, even having brain scans that teach us much about it.… Read More