When in Blunderland: Episode 524

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When in Blunderland: Episode 524

Feb 15, 2018
Guests: Matthew Demeritt, Kathryn Eutsler, Jake Roberson, Lucille Williams and George Stahnke

[48:45] - 

Hope for the socially awkward, plus what vomit teaches about a good marriage, and a single listener needs help setting boundaries with a married man.

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EPISODE SEGMENTS

Awkward? We Are, Too

Community|Roundtable
Guests: Matthew Demeritt, Kathryn Eutsler and Jake Roberson

[22:19] - 

You're talking to famous comedian John Crist when you start saying things that make you sound like a desperate and crazed fan. That actually happened to roundtable member Jake. Hear that story plus other cringe-worthy anecdotes from Lisa and the rest of our panel in this discussion guaranteed to make even the most socially inept feel a little more normal.

Becoming "We" Focused

Marriage|Culture
Guests: Lucille Williams

[18:58] - 

Sitting peacefully alone at home, watching Netflix and eating takeout, we singles won't get into many arguments with anyone. So if we do eventually get married, how can we readjust our behaviors and mindset to focus on another person? Lucille Williams had a very rough first few years of marriage, and has learned a lot about living beyond herself. Hear her crazy stories (including when her husband threw up on their honeymoon) and her advice on picking a good marriage partner.

Resource: "From Me to We: A Premarital Guide for the Bride and Groom to Be

Quiz: Is Your Date Marriage Material?

Boundaries With a Married Man

Community|Inbox
Guests: George Stahnke

[4:51] - 

A listener is close with a certain family at church, but now she's feeling creeped out — the husband is asking if she wants to do one-on-one Bible studies with him. She refused, and he's upset. How can she establish healthy boundaries with him without losing her close relationship with the family? A licensed counselor weighs in on possible steps she can take.