Coming Thurs on More2Life Radio: Overcoming Resentment —PLUS WIN A FREE BOOK. DETAILS BELOW!

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Coming Thurs on More2Life-- Overcoming Resentment: When others hurt us or fail to live up to our expectations, we often feel resentful.  But resentment undermines the intimacy the theology of the body calls us to cultivate in our relationships.  Today on M2L,  we'll look at the things that cause resentments in our life and how to overcome those challenges.Call in at 877-573-7825 from Noon-1 Eastern (11-Noon Central) with your questions about dealing with your own resentment or the resentment … [Read more...]

Coming Mon 5/6 on More2Life Radio: A Question of Trust

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A Question of Trust:  Trust is an important part of any relationship, especially the kind of intimate, loving relationships called for by the Theology of the Body.  Today, we'll look at how to know whether you really can trust someone in the first place and how to regain trust once it's lost. Call in with your questions about trust at 877-573-7825 from Noon-1pm Eastern (11-Noon C). And Don't forget to respond to our M2L Q of the D:  What makes it hard for you to trust so … [Read more...]

Coming Friday on More2Life Radio: The Marriage Care Kit.

Coming Fri on More2Life Radio--The Marriage Care Kit.  Today on More2Life, we'll look at everything you need to make your marriage great.  We'll have tips on improving intimacy, communication prayer, and joy in your life together.Call in from Noon-1 Eastern at 877-573-7825 to share what makes your marriage great and to get advice on removing any obstacles that stand in the way.Can’t get M2L on a Catholic radio station near you? Tune in live online at, listen via our … [Read more...]

The Pill Makes You Hate Sex and Want to Leave Your Milquetoast Man.


New research by the Royal Society says that women taking oral contraceptives, "scored lower on measures of sexual satisfaction and partner attraction, experienced increasing sexual dissatisfaction during the relationship, and were more likely to be the one to initiate an eventual separation if it occurred."The study did also suggest that the same contracepting women were more likely to be satisfied with the non-sexual aspects of their relationships, but the researchers note that this is b … [Read more...]

COMING THURS 5/2 on More2Life Radio: When Doing Right Turns Out Wrong

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When Doing Right Turns Out Wrong--We all know that being self-sacrificing should make relationships better.  But what about times when doing good for others causes us to be ignored, resented, or abused?  New research shows that the difference comes down to HOW you're being self-donative, not if.  In fact, some types of generosity actually make relationships worse.Today we'll explore those times when it feels like doing the right thing in your relationship keeps turning out wrong and we'll id … [Read more...]

Cohabitation Nation: Sliding v. Deciding for Marriage


One of the most common concerns young people encounter as they begin to pursue adult relationships is the question of cohabitation.Living together before, or instead of, marriage has not only become acceptable in the last 30 years, it has become the norm.  According to the US Census bureau, there was a 72% increase in unmarried couples living together between the years from 1990 to 2000.  Further, about 54% of women have, or will have, lived together with a boyfriend at some point in their l … [Read more...]

Coming Wed on More2Life Radio: The Family that Prays Together…

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The Theology of the Body reminds us that families aren't just biological units or relationships of convenience.  They are spiritual signs to each other and the world.Today, we'll talk about family prayer, and how your family can both encounter God and love each other more deeply in everyday life.Don't forget to answer the M2L FB Q of the D:  1. What ways do you pray together as a family?    2. What do you find to be the challenges to regular family prayer?Call 877-573-7825 from Noon … [Read more...]

Jealousy Consult


Elizabeth Duffy asked me to offer some input on this post in which she addresses a reader's question about a struggle with jealousy.  I think she's done a terrific job covering most of the bases.  Anyone who followed her advice would definitely on a good path to leaving jealousy behind.  I only have two additional thoughts.The first is that when a person is jealous, they have a tendency to look for--and consistently find whether there is reason to or not--external reasons for their jealousy; … [Read more...]