Diane Kim, author of Unbroken Faith, was blind-sided by her son's diagnosis of autism. In her conversation with Cheri and Amy, she addresses the struggle to build faith when disappointment tries to rob us of it.
Diane's honest, practical style will leave every listener with the tools she needs to deal with life's next let down. (And she shares the five questions to avoid with our suffering friends. So valuable!)
In this hilarious but convicting conversation, Cheri and Amy confess the automobile mishaps they've created with cell phones in their hands, and they grade themselves (brutally) on their device usage. There are lots of gasps and giggles in this one, but some great solutions emerge to help curb our use of screens.
Your cell phone... friend or foe? We've probably all seen it as both at one time or another! Arlene Pellicane, author of Calm, Cool and Connected shares guilt-free strategies for using your devices as a tool without feeling worked-over.
When it comes to our online-life, this episode is a needed dose of more peace and less angst.
What makes you feel loved and connected to someone else? We all can probably answer that question quickly, but could we answer if we were asked to tell what makes our friend feel loved? Or our co-worker, child or husband?
Listen in as Cheri and Amy discuss how to discover the delights of our peeps so that we can forge stronger relationships with them. Peek into their heart and build a bond!
t's hard to build strong connections in a crazy-busy world. Kathi Lipp reassures us that we already have all we need to create the relationships we want. By becoming students of our kids and those we love, we can come up with practical ways to reach out with individualized care.
Don't miss this episode with Kathi's creative and fun examples of how she's connected with her people!