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How often do you forgive someone genuinely and from your heart? And what, if anything, has to happen for you to forgive? Do you need remorse to be shown? Does it need to be something "forgivable"? What if the damage that has been done to you is extreme, horrendous? What if, God forbid, someone recklessly causes the death of members of your family? Could you ever even get to the point of being ready to forgive? This true story will inspire you to re-think your own beliefs about your ability to forgive others and the very nature of "radical forgiveness." For resources, links and more information, please visit https://inspirationalsermons.com/forgiveness  
Core gifts are the most tender, passionate, and authentic parts of us. They lie at the very heart of our ability to love. To embrace them is to be guided inexorably to deeper love, greater authenticity, and our very life-mission. To ignore them is to commit an act of quiet violence against ourselves. Join Ken Page in this episode to discover, nourish, and embrace your own core gifts.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Deeper Dating Podcast Community today:deeperdatingpodcast.com
Have you completed 75 Hard with zero substitutions and zero compromises? If so, you've noticed an increase in your confidence, self-esteem, fortitude, grit, and you do not want to revert to your old habits. So what's next? On today's episode, Andy shares the phases following 75 Hard in the Live Hard program that will help you in your pursuit to reach your full potential.
Today we talk about how to become a patient father. The Dad Edge started on one of the worst nights of my life as a dad. I lost my patience and did something I regret to this day. I didn’t grow up with my dad in the picture, and the men in my life were not good father figures to me. I was raised in an uncertain, sometimes abusive, alcohol-ridden household. When I became a parent, I didn’t have a clue. All I knew is what I didn’t want to do, but that wasn’t enough. Losing our temper does not mean that we are bad, hopeless people. We are only lacking the skills to talk ourselves down so that we can respond instead of reacting to the daily challenges of fatherhood. In this show, I give you a toolbox of strategies that you can use to understand the triggers, notice the signs, and disarm the bomb before it goes off. For the show notes and exclusive links mentioned in this episode go to gooddadproject.com/thursday234. ———— Join the Free Dad Edge Facebook Group at gooddadproject.com/group. Apply for The Dad Edge Alliance at gooddadproject.com/alliance. Follow us on Instagram at @thedadedge!
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