Welcome to Season 2, Episode 6 of the Selma on Leadership podcast. In this episode I am excited to have my sweet husband Rodney and my co-host Kristen McCall join me as we learn about the four styles of communication in marriage.
In this episode you will learn:
- How to communicate with your spouse on a deeper level
- Ways to build each other up and encourage one another
- The kind of communication you need to eliminate from your speech
- Practical ways to dream bigger with your spouse
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“Rodney and I challenge you as a couple to go beyond the small talk – where you begin to open up to each other and share the possibilities of what God can do in your marriage. There is so much fun in that.”
“It is a beautiful thing to share life at a deeper level and to learn to communicate at a deeper level within your marriage. It’s a gift. It’s part of the oneness of marriage.”
“Straight talk is such an intimate level of communication. I like to challenge couples, don’t lose each other in life. I know Rodney, the man behind the titles of minister, counselor, and all that he does. He knows me, Selma, behind the title of leader. He knows me and there’s a comfort, and confidence that I don’t have to put on masks, I don’t have to pretend, that I can be me. That’s the good and bad of me — the real me — on the good days and the bad days. I have my friend, my husband, my partner in life that is there for me. It’s a beautiful thing. It’s one of the beautiful gifts of marriage, that we support each other at that deep level of feelings.”
You can download a complete transcription of the episode here.
- How to Foster Friendship in Marriage podcast
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- Connect with Kristen Steele McCall on her blog, KristenMcCall.com, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter
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