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Great Leaders E2: Taking People to Places They've Never Been

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Release Date: 03/25/2019

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Turning your family into a learning lab will do great things for your family. First, it will be more fun and engaging for you as a parent, and second, you can learn how to promote character development and healthy gender identities, improve your children's abilities to learn, teach emotional self-reliance, and prepare your children for the world of work they will face. Making your family a learning lab is worth the effort. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Learn how to organize your family so you can adapt better to individual children and also better provide opportunities for them to learn and grow. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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Learning to more accurately observe and understand your children in five developmental areas can help you better understand what your children are growing toward and how you can help them. In this episode, Dr. Scoresby describes a developmental perspective in these five important areas of children’s growth. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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The parenting ideas we have traditionally believed in might not be as effective anymore because our children are facing some situations we have not experienced and are therefore vulnerable to influence we do not want. In this episode, listen to a review of several different types of parents and also learn what is needed for parenting today. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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What Makes Marriages Work E9: Rearing Children with Healthy Relationships show art What Makes Marriages Work E9: Rearing Children with Healthy Relationships

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In this episode, Dr. Scoresby shares how you can organize your family and use it to create happy and lasting relationships with your children. This makes rearing them more enjoyable, and it prepares them to have successful relationships with other people. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.  

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What Makes Marriages Work E8: Marriage Traps That Prevent Happiness show art What Makes Marriages Work E8: Marriage Traps That Prevent Happiness

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In this episode, Dr. Scoresby talks about destructive patterns couples can get into that may seem harmless because they seem natural, but they can catch one or both people in an unproductive cycle of behavior. He talks about how these behaviors can prevent happiness and then explains how to avoid these traps. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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While marriage is a partnership, it’s a different kind of partnership than any other relationship. This is because the tasks married people share are among the most significant of our lives. How we participate in this partnership matters a lot. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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Much of who we are is influenced by the kinds of attachments we have with others. You can find more lifelong happiness and fulfillment when you go beyond just social confidence and develop good friendship skills to form lasting relationships. These kinds of friendships will help you overcome disappointment, adapt to change, and help you make necessary changes to improve yourself. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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Sometimes problems in a marriage aren’t a sign that the relationship is failing. Sometimes problems mean that people care a lot but just need good ways to solve these problems. In this episode, Dr. Scoresby talks about patterns of conflict and solutions for some of the most common problems in marriage. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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In this episode, Dr. Scoresby talks about why communication is an essential part of human relationships, types of communication to avoid, and the kind of communication found in healthy relationships. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

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