New Life Live: April 8, 2014

Topics: Sexual AddictionHomosexualityParentingSeparationGrandparentingAdult ChildrenForgivenessAnxiety
Hosts: Steve ArterburnDr. Dave Stoop

Caller Questions:

  1. I am in recovery for sexual addiction and same sex attraction; how can I stop feeling discouraged? 
  2. My friend’s 8yo son molested a child and I know there is better help for him than what they are getting. 
  3. How do I decide to end my separation–or marriage–to a husband who is a sex addict? 
  4. Is my prayer life affected because I am in conflict with my son who denied access to my grandkids? 
  5. What is the best way to handle my 10yo daughter and her fear of throwing up (emetophobia)? 

Suggested Resources:
Book of Life Recovery
Life Recovery Bible
Walking Into Walls
Healing Is a Choice

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4 Comments

  1. Lynne April 8, 2014 at 5:45 pm - Reply

    Maybe the reason for the fractured relationship (caller #4) is that you don’t listen! I lost count of the number of times Steve asked the caller to “listen”. Will someone please explain to me why you call a show, asking for advice, and then babble and babble and babble…talking over the hosts. Good grief, ask your question and then be quiet and listen! More and more the callers are just beyond belief in their inability to LISTEN. They just keep on repeating the same old story or situation over and over and over. It is almost painful to listen to this show because of the number of callers who just keep babbling. Don’t the hosts have a “mute” button they could use?

    • Pat April 8, 2014 at 11:26 pm - Reply

      LOL

    • Pat April 13, 2014 at 10:37 pm - Reply

      I agree. I had to laugh about the mute button. I got the feeling that the conflict is because mother in law (grammaw) is demanding and probably has no respect for the parents, (who are by the way) the parents, not them. Grandparents can be too demanding and create more conflict. Then she went on about her and her husband’s illnesses, and aches and pains, which screamed loudly to me ‘victim role.’

  2. ann April 10, 2014 at 2:06 pm - Reply

    Lynne, I agree with you, I sometimes there’s technical difficulties but some caller’s will continue yacking off at the mouth instead of listening. My thing is that when you’re asking for advice or help and then giving but’s, what if’s, and questioning the advice and help I mean why bother. We have to keep all the caller’s, and commenter’s in prayer. (me too)!

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