Get Real: Episode 296
Featured musical artist: Derek Webb
If you grew up being told that emotions are bad, you may be frustrated when you’re asked to share your heart, especially if what you’re feeling isn’t all sunshine and roses. How can you share emotions in an appropriate way? How does this apply in friendship, small groups, Bible studies and beyond? How do you know when to go deep and when to hold back? Our panel has some ideas.
Do U Want 2 D8 Me?
Guests: Ruthie Dean,
It used to be that if you wanted to ask a girl out, you walked up to her door with a bouquet of flowers. When telephones began to grace every home, a simple phone call became acceptable. But in today’s culture, it seems that anything goes. Even texting has become the norm for starting, ending and sustaining relationships — or worse — non-relationships. Ruthie Dean, coauthor (with her husband, Michael) of the new book Real Men Don’t Text, thinks that our standards have sunk too low, and it’s time to reclaim them.
Guests: Christina Browning,
If most of your peers hang out in groups, is it OK to join in? How can you balance between being too available and too standoffish in a crowd where seemingly no one is singled out? Will this help or hinder your path to something deeper, if that’s what you want? Counselor Christina Browning comments.