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I found these podcasts via Twitter. The Fly Christian Couple podcasts are recorded by Terry and Tanya McCarter, and they have a new podcast every Sunday, on Christian relationships.

Here is the link to their website:


And their podcast is also available on iHeart Radio.
















Their podcast is also available on iHeart Radio

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I re-read this post the other day:


And I wanted to write a follow-up post. It took me a while to learn to take my own advice in the previous article.

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They don't JUST happen. Good relationships are not automatic. Often relationships start out good, but then something happens; things change, and it is hard to figure out why. As you both get comfortable with each other and settle into routines, then you start to notice all these little things about the other person that annoy you.

That has not happened with my fiancé and me. Wanna know why?

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The term "mamma's boy" is often used in a negative way. But, what exactly is a mamma's boy and what is wrong with it? There is nothing wrong with a man who is good to his mother and caters to her. That is actually an endearing quality. However, a mamma's boy is a man who is incapable of functioning independently of his mother.

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I was in a relationship with a man who referred to me as "his woman." My dad always taught me not to accept that term. He said that a man calls you his woman, when he is not willing to honor you as his wife. Of course, I thought he was being an overprotective dad and didn't listen. Unfortunately, this relationship supported my dad's position. Very early in the relationship, other women and exes seemed to get more of his time than I did. He always dismissed them as meaningless with no life. One ex, in particular, tried to befriend me. Naturally, I was reluctant and questioned her motives. But, I remained cordial and respectful. 

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Relationships…listen up girlfriend; relationships are not easy, and they take a lot of work daily from both parties. I am not a relationship expert in the traditional sense of the word, but I’ve survived one or two long term relationships and am able to share the wisdom of my experience.

These tips are not all my own but I've gathered them from several sources to keep my dignity and know when to walk away from a bad situation. When women understand our value, we make empowered decisions about our relationships.


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These are just my thoughts about relationships;, but from experience, it is sound advice, and I have seen these ideas work. This post is mainly for single ladies, because yours is the perspective I relate to the best, being a woman. But, single guys can apply these principles too.

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