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May 21, 2015

With a thriving counseling practice for more than twenty years, Lynn Husband is well acquainted with the challenges of relationships.  As a caregiving spouse, however, Lynn's own journey into the heartache that caregivers endure —continues to provide her with even greater empathy, compassion, and understanding for...

May 19, 2015

From a recent dialogue on the show about anger at God.  "I went from praying for 'Rescuing Grace" asking for for 'Sustaining Grace.'"Some of that anger was also directed at church folks who "dangle the carrot of 'victory' and 'breakthrough' to those struggling with irreversible challenges.

May 18, 2015

 1st time listener recently called in to share her struggles with guilt regarding caring for her mother suffering from Alzheimer's.  Guilt is one of the most difficult things that trouble caregivers.  We're putting ourselves between a loved one and disaster, and yet we often feel we don't do enough.  How much is enough?...

May 10, 2015

My nephew, Heath Rosenberger (20), shares about his mother, Kim, and example and balance she's set in taking care of not only Heath's special needs sister, Kelsey, but also of Heath and his brother.    

May 4, 2015

Matthew O'Dell (USMC) joined us in the studio to talk about his work with fellow veterans with PTSD and how it not only affects the veteran, but the family as well.  Part 2