Thank you for visiting The Dr Carol Show! Our radio program, our upcoming Television program, and all our resources are designed to help you connect with God in every area of your life – in body, mind, and soul. I hope you enjoy! And I’d love to hear from you. —- Dr Carol
September 13: Dr Carol and Al talk about the top 5 regrets among those facing the end of life, and what you can do to end life without regrets. We talk about our own regrets, and what to put into your “bucket list” as a Christian. And we share what God has to say to those facing the end of life on this earth.
If you interested in resources about facing the end of your life without regrets, here are some Scriptures and resources we mention on the September 13th program, and more that we didn’t, that can help:
- Psalm 71:9 “Do not cast me off in the time of old age; Do not forsake me when my strength fails.”
- Isaiah 46:4 “Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.”
- The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying, by Bronnie Ware
- Dr Carol’s post: A Bucket List for Christians
- Dr Carol’s post: Is 50 Or Older Too Late?
This is only a sample of resources available. Keep looking until you find some help!
HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR SPOUSE: -
How many times do you hear some say, “I look forward to board meetings!” But really, I do.
Now, these are not your normal board meetings. These meetings may be short or long, fun or serious, superficial or deep. The agenda may include topics such as prayer and gratitude, stress over money or health, fears or hopes about the future, children or grandchildren, or strategy in business and ministry.
I’m talking about the board meetings my husband Al and I hold every night when we go to bed. We’ve done this ever since we were first married, and I can’t imagine a successful, happy marriage without something like our board meetings. Sometimes those meetings are full of laughter and playful teasing. There have been times they result in tears. If we’re tired they may be very short.
Our board meetings don’t always solve every item on the agenda; that’s not their purpose. But they do make certain that things are clear between us before we go to sleep. We close the day knowing we are on the same side, facing the same issues shoulder to shoulder. We understand what’s important to each other, and usually feel closer than ever.
That doesn’t mean we never disagree, or that we never have problems. But having almost daily board meetings means that no wall has a chance to grow between us.
You probably don’t need to be told how important communication is to a healthy marriage. But although it’s vital, it may not always seem easy to do.
Some people find conversation easier than others. The conventional wisdom for years was that women were more verbal than men. But more study has shown that both men and women actually speak about the same number of words each day. Of course there’s a lot of variation, but men can talk too! And if you’re a wife, you may be in a good position to help your husband do this even better.
If communication between you and your spouse has been difficult, here are some parameters to consider:
For Dr Carol’s video sharing practical tips and questions for better communication with your spouse, CLICK HERE.
Do you struggle with communicating with your spouse? Do your “talk times” deteriorate into fighting? Are you at a loss in knowing what to talk about? Click on our COMMUNICATION page, see our tips, and join the conversation.
As we say every week on the program, “May God richly bless you. Now Go, and Live Well!”
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