Continuing our discussion about marriage from a divorced woman’s point of view, Sherley, Kira, and special guest, Alicia Hawthorne dive deeper. You’re in for a great discussion on red flags, believing the best in our other half, parents and trauma, staying or going different paths, grieving, counseling, happiness and more. We close with the reminder of being grounded in who you are because marriage is not a game and the importance of tapping into our source of peace.
No one gets married and wants to get a divorce. How does one get to that point? Should you only get married once? Why is divorced so shameful? Your vows include the phrase, “till death do us part.” Does that mean forever? In this episode, we discuss all of this plus bittersweet lessons from divorce, rebuilding and preparing for the next relationship, living together before marriage with our guest, Alicia Hawthorne who provides insight and guidance on life after divorce.
Continuing our discussion about marriage from the LGBTQ point of view, Sherley, Kira, and Cultural Expert, Collincia Rouse dive deeper into discussing marriage in the LGBTQ community. We discuss the value of hetereosexual relationships and queer relationships, our first exposure to the LGBTQ community, sin in Christianity, acceptance in different regions, desiring children, sexual compatability, challenging our mindsets, and more.
This episode is a continuation of the previous episode about marriage from the point of view of a single woman. Sherley dives deeper with our guest, Lakeshia.We discuss communication and sex in marriage, sexual compatibility and sex as a chore, as well as relinquishing control outside of the bedroom in a marriage.
Has your point of view changed about marriage over the years? Do you think that marriage is a legal trap? Are you single and think of marriage differently? Do you feel that marriage is the right Christian thing to do? Are you unsure if marriage is something that you really want? In this episode, we speak with our friend and guest, Lakeshia about marriage from the point of view of a single woman in her 40s. Sherley and Lakeshia discuss the importance of being strong in our individual selves, validation, communication, evolving as we grow and allowing space for our partners to grow, and so much more.