Family and Relationships

Practical Advice for Living an Inspired Life

Guest: Shelly Slocum

Shelly Slocum shares some practical advice, inspiration, and tips for how to apply more positivity in your life to brighten your days.

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A New Way To Help Military Marriages Survive

Guest: Chris Shaver

Veterans experience divorce at significantly higher rates than civilians. Often the challenge can be that people who serve get married young, leave home and come back a changed person – to find a changed spouse, too. While changes in your 20s are a natural part of maturing, they can trip you up and tear your relationship apart if you don’t get a handle on them. Chris Shaver reveals a fast and inexpensive way to find out who you both are – and give you a shot at a marriage that lasts.

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From Grief To Gold

Guest: Melissa Anne

Melissa Anne is an Army veteran, military spouse, and tragically, a Gold Star Wife. She is also the author of the book Darkness Within, which discusses her journey after the loss of her husband.

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In Loving Memory

Guest: Diana Soriano

Diana Soriano is an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan at the same time as her fiancé. During that deployment her fiancé, Bobby Pagan, was KIA. She shares her story in this episode and how she has healed from the loss.

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Living A Free Life

Guest: Jay Ly

Jay Ly is the host of the Live Free Series, where he helps others eliminate the mindsets that hold them back from meeting their financial goals.

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Maintaining Healthy Military and Veteran Relationships

Guest: Elizabeth Polinsky

Elizabeth Polinsky is a marriage counselor for military and veteran families, and the host of The Communicate & Connect Podcast for Military Relationships. In this episode, we talk about maintaining healthy military families.

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Learning How To Live Your Best Life

Guest: Jessica Jaber

Jessica Jaber is a USMC veteran who served in Iraq. She joins us to discuss her experiences, and how she’s worked to live her best life after returning home.

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Advice for Grieving Military Losses

Guest: Dr. Jan Canty

Dr. Jan Canty is a psychologist of about 40 years. In 1985, her spouse was murdered and she has since made it her life’s mission to help other homicide survivors. In this episode we discuss combat deaths and some of the things to do and not to do when facing those situations.

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