Jonathan Decker is the clinical director of Your Family Expert. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist, husband, and father of five. Jonathan earned a masters degree in family therapy from Auburn University as well as a bachelor’s degree in clinical psychology from Brigham Young University. His wife, Alicia Decker, is the CEO and runs YourFamilyExpert.com.
He’s a “genius billionaire playboy”. Stage comedy. Passionate about interface efforts to strengthen families and communities. He won the BYU talent show for his one man act based on the Lord of the Rings.
Five kids? How do you manage that and what are you going to do when they all turn into teenagers?
What does “Vulnerable = Powerful” mean to you and how does that impact a relationship?
“Our country is a dysfunctional family.”
Pee Wee Herman
Napoleon Dynamite Kermit
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"Though paved with pain and heartache, the seasons I struggled the most have also become the seasons I cherish the most. For in those seasons, I found myself at the feet of a good, good Father, lavished with grace, mercy and hope." - Amanda Voigt
“I never thought I would do something like this.”
Amanda’s journey with infertility. How did it all unravel?
“It’s lonely.” “Your friends get the dream and you’re not.”
“I had to be excited to see my best friend’s baby in the hospital.”
How does it feel when people try to “Christianese” your suffering.
“It’s a blow when you’re already down.”
You just need to sit with someone and try to feel what they are feeling.
Don’t try and make it better or find answers for them.
How did you manage the process of infertility?
Looking to adopt.
Insurance ended up paying for it with Luke’s new job.
Do what you need to do,...
An inspiring interview with a woman who overcame drugs and thoughts of suicide - only to find the two greatest loves of her life!
Your Story Matters is a series of shows focused on you, the listener. Listen as Amy Smalley showcases women's stories of triumph and victory over seemingly impossible obstacles. Each woman featured in this series of special podcasts has a story to share that will inspire and motivate you.
Today's show features Lauren Zachry, a woman plagued by drugs but pursued by an unconditionally loving man. If you struggle in life, you don't want to miss this show because Lauren's story can lead you to feel like you're "drowning in joy"!
Today we are talking about sex, possibly one of the greatest gifts outside of eternal life God ever gave humankind! To help us with this conversation, Dave Willis of strongermarriages.com, is going to lend his expertise...and trust me, this guy has millions of readers, likes, and more.
Coming up next we talk about the 4 things every couple needs to know about sex.
About Dave and Ashley Willis (www.strongermarriages.com)
4 things every couple needs to know about sex
Where do you come up with all this great content?
Who was your inspiration to get into marriage ministry?
What’s the worst fight you and Ashley have had?
Did you ever have that friend in college that you just couldn’t get rid of? Me too, in fact, I’ve been trying to get rid of the guy on my show today for more than 20 years! But now he’s made it onto my podcast, and he’s actually got something very cool he wants to share with you today.
We are talking cars, marriage, and possibly the four most important things you need to maintain in order for your marriage to thrive!
Over the last 6 shows you’ve learned the core skill taught in every one of our Smalley Marriage Intensives, Love Talk, by far the most powerful way to communicate with someone where feelings and needs can get expressed in a way that leads you naturally into win/win solutions.
Today we’re going to give you the top 4 lessons learned in these Love Talk episodes. If you can remember these 4 things, you will be able to resolve conflict with anyone at any time.
You are catching us at the tail end of our series on LOVE Talk, the most powerful communication method on earth! Last show you learned how to share your feeling and needs as the customer in a way that helps others receive them and honor them.
The last time we were with you, you discovered the role of employee and how that may be the most important role we learn when it comes to conflict resolution. On today’s show, you are going to learn how to be a great customer. You’ll want to listen today, because we are going to show you a way you can share the most important things in your life to your significant other and actually have them respond in a loving manner!
Previously on Smalley Marriage Radio you discovered the most powerful way to stop STUPID conflict by using a time-out. Today, you get to learn the role of employee, that if I’m honest, is possibly the most important role you can learn when it comes to resolving conflict.
How timeouts help you stop stupid conflict:
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