Dating with anxiety and depression, plus a marriage cautionary-tale-turned-miracle, and should you date someone who was unfaithful?
Logan recently started fighting anxiety. During conflicts, his mind automatically goes to the worst-case scenarios. He can’t sleep, and for a while he was getting sick to the point of it affecting his work and relationships. Savannah has suffered from anxiety since elementary school but wasn’t officially diagnosed until several years ago. She completely spiraled after a bad breakup last year and became obsessed with working out. Counselor M.T. Wilson offers wisdom for millennials battling anxiety and depression as they navigate dating and marriage. Join us for a hopeful discussion on how with proper strategies, help and healing, these struggles don’t need to cripple your relationship future.
D.A. and Elicia Horton have loved each other since they were kids — but they had a warped idea of what love really is because of some not-so-great role models growing up. During their engagement and early marriage, the proverbial boxing gloves came out. Hours-long cussing matches would usually end with one person walking away. When they finally decided enough was enough, they relied on one important key (plus a lot of Jesus) to help them get back on track.
Guests: Geremy Keeton,
She’s talking to a man who confessed to being the unfaithful one in what resulted in a biblical divorce. He says it’s his biggest regret and he’s repented. He seems to have turned his life around and comes across as a genuinely godly man, but how can she know for sure? Should she give him a chance in dating? Counselor Geremy Keeton gives wise counsel.