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The InRelationship podcast is designed so that you can learn better ways to relate to others, yourself and God.

Hear from trained therapists and experts who are with you on this journey.

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"I've been counseling couples and individuals for 10 years now and on a "real level"; this podcast is very honest. 

"Love everything about this! Love how each segment provides positive energy and focuses on real life issues head on!"


"I love the knowledge and insight this podcast brought. I have already recommended to several friends and family members"

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Kenny Sanderfer, LMFT

Join Mariam and Lindsey as they interview Kenny Sanderfer, licensed therapist, emotionally focused therapy trainer, co-author of Created for Connection (along with Dr. Sue Johnson), and just an all-around awesome guy. Kenny breaks down not only the three tenants of being connected in marriage, and also how God models these three tenants in His relationship with us.

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Alice Stricklin, LMFT

We invited special guest, Alice Stricklin, to help educate us not only on trauma, but how to know if you are avoiding trauma, what trauma symptoms can look like in us and how trauma is not only defined in what happened to us, but also what did not happen that should have. This interview is so fascinating, and we hope you enjoy! Plus, a special bonus that Alice gives us some practical things to do to help process trauma.

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The InRelationship Team

Let’s face it, we get mad at our kid(s). We are human. And you know what? Being mad is A okay. It is just how we show the frustration to our kids that matter.  Listen in as Aron, Mariam and Lindsey discuss the ways we can slow down in frustrating moments, what frustration does to our brain in the moment, and ways to model healthy frustration to our kids

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Kelly Borque, LMFT

If you are married, dating or engaged, the art of repair is essential to a healthy relationship. And even though it is essential, let us be the first to say, it is DIFFICULT! Whenever we feel disconnected, distant or upset in our relationship, we are going to move to ways we know how to protect ourselves. Unfortunately, those ways do not always protect the relationship. The antidote? It’s repair.

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Dr. Joshua Straub

Not only can parents get overwhelmed when parenting, but our children can get overwhelmed too. Listen in as Lindsey interviews Dr. Joshua Straub on the importance of floor play, bedtime routine and using emotion words.

And especially how important it is for healthy brain development in our children.

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