The Coaching Your Family Relationships Podcast

The Coaching Your Family Relationships Podcast

A podcast for families who are experiencing difficulties in their relationships. Family Relationship Coach, Tina Gosney gives you accessible and practical tools that you can use to repair and improve the relationship you have with your difficult family members. This podcast is the perfect mix of learning, action items, and coaching, to give you the help you need.

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When Parenting Brings up Shame

Even the best of parents has a hard time not allowing their child’s choices to define something about themselves—good or bad. We all get caught up to some degree in Parenting Comparisonitis. The truth is, when your child makes choices you like, you can’t take all the responsibility for that.

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Sara Brewer and Overcoming Pornography

It’s hard to find a person in the church that hasn’t been affected by pornography in one form or another. It’s part of the world we live in, and it’s infecting our families in so many ways. Sara Brewer, a fellow life coach, is doing so much good in this

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What Being Emotionally Mature Looks Like in Your Life

It’s really easy to be reactionary with your family members. We have patterned ways of dealing with problems and with each other and breaking those patterns can be difficult. One of the problems the patterns provide us is that we get stuck not allowing ourselves or the relationship to mature

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Finding Joy in the Middle of Hard Circumstances

When life gets hard, it’s difficult to find any joy in it. I see more and more people going through very difficult circumstances, and I don’t see them getting any easier, so let’s figure out how to have joy in the middle of those hard things. You don’t need to

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When you say, “It’s all my fault”

If there’s one universal thing I hear clients say, it’s, “It’s all my fault,” as they list all the ways they think they have failed their child. It’s not helpful to think this way and thinking this way doesn’t lead you to any resolution, it just keeps you stuck right

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Comparing Yourself to Others and Coming Up Short

#025– Comparing Yourself to Others and Coming Up Short It’s human nature to look around at other people and compare ourselves to them to see how we measure up. It’s also human nature for us to see how we fall short when we get stuck in comparison. The “compare and

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When Parenting Brings up Shame

Even the best of parents has a hard time not allowing their child’s choices to define something about themselves—good or bad. We all get caught up to some degree in Parenting Comparisonitis. The truth is, when your child makes choices you like, you can’t take all the responsibility for that.

Take A Listen >>
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Sara Brewer and Overcoming Pornography

It’s hard to find a person in the church that hasn’t been affected by pornography in one form or another. It’s part of the world we live in, and it’s infecting our families in so many ways. Sara Brewer, a fellow life coach, is doing so much good in this

Take A Listen >>
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What Being Emotionally Mature Looks Like in Your Life

It’s really easy to be reactionary with your family members. We have patterned ways of dealing with problems and with each other and breaking those patterns can be difficult. One of the problems the patterns provide us is that we get stuck not allowing ourselves or the relationship to mature

Take A Listen >>
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Finding Joy in the Middle of Hard Circumstances

When life gets hard, it’s difficult to find any joy in it. I see more and more people going through very difficult circumstances, and I don’t see them getting any easier, so let’s figure out how to have joy in the middle of those hard things. You don’t need to

Take A Listen >>
Podcast art

When you say, “It’s all my fault”

If there’s one universal thing I hear clients say, it’s, “It’s all my fault,” as they list all the ways they think they have failed their child. It’s not helpful to think this way and thinking this way doesn’t lead you to any resolution, it just keeps you stuck right

Take A Listen >>
25

Comparing Yourself to Others and Coming Up Short

#025– Comparing Yourself to Others and Coming Up Short It’s human nature to look around at other people and compare ourselves to them to see how we measure up. It’s also human nature for us to see how we fall short when we get stuck in comparison. The “compare and

Take A Listen >>

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