Author Archives: jmccolgin

Cast a Vision for your Marriage

It is easy to get consumed with our feelings. This is especially true in our marriages. If we feel good about things, we’re in a good marriage. If we don’t feel as good, our marriage is in trouble. Feelings naturally … Continue reading

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Going Through a Lull?

I had an interesting conversation with an old colleague yesterday that I hadn’t seen in years. We talked business for a while, then I shared with him about my new focus on marriage and coaching couples to have better relationships. … Continue reading

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Author Stacey Greene – Surviving Infidelity

In this episode, Jerry interviews Stacey Greene, author of “Stronger than Broken – One couple’s decision to move through an affair”. Stacey provides incredible insight on marriage and the horrific toll that infidelity plays on it. But she also provides … Continue reading

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Averting Infidelity

Nobody thinks it can happen to them, until it does. People don’t enter into marriage thinking they’ll keep an eye out for something better, but every year thousands of marriages are wrecked when individuals decide to stray. Because they’ve given … Continue reading

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Parenting Married Kids

We spend years doing our best to raise our kids. Then they grow up and get married. Suddenly our role in their lives change dramatically. It’s tough to let go. From their perspective, it can be tough to fully “leave … Continue reading

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How to be a Great In-Law

Jerry sits down with his daughter-in-law to talk about setting boundaries, managing expectations and thriving in a sometimes awkward relational environment. Check out this episode!

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Marriage & Finances

Sex and money are the two biggest reasons cited for divorce. In this episode, see why it is so critical that both spouses are on the same page when it comes to managing money. Sure you may have a spender … Continue reading

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