The Stupendous Marriage Podcast

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On the Stupendous Marriage Show we (Stu and Lisa!) answer marriage and relationship questions from our listeners. Call 615-592-1060 to leave your question for a later show. We look forward to helping you have a better marriage!

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Last updated on August 07, 2020, 8:33 pm

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My Wife Doesn't Trust After My Behaviors

January 23, 2019 • 18m

My wife doesn't trust me after my behavior this post contains affiliate links On the Show Today:   Adulting can be tough.   Looking for a new car (car is dying), new microwave (microwave is dead), and new lights in our home.   Could be worse, but we are a little overwhelmed Email for today: I just stumbled on your podcast - I believe it's a sign.   My wife and I have been together for 7 and a half years. - married for 2 and a half. We have two children together but - also have children from previous relationships.      In the beginning, we had an amazing relationship, -  after our first daughter together was born, an ex of mine got in contact with me and I felt like I was keeping it professional. she would take it too far talking about intimate times we had. I responded to one or two of those and then realized it was a horrible thing to do and cut off contact completely. My wife found these messages and that's where our whole relationship took a turn for the worse. Since then she has had trust issues - We hit church hard, became believers and would be in and out of the word. When things were good we weren't in the word as much when things were bad we got back in the word. No consistency.      I recently had a one night stand that I regret - I had to tell her about it and it broke her heart. I have a lot of work to do to be me. And I'm doing it. She is in and out. One minute wants nothing to do with me, the next we are back together. It's confusing. I know she cares but, she says she wants to see what else is out there (she's afraid our relationship was toxic for so long that things will never change).     I understand her, but I believe there's nothing that's happened that God can't heal. II want to find a way to show her this without being suffocating at the same time. I love her, I'm working on finding out the truth about why I did what I did. In the meantime I sadly feel I'm the only one putting forth the effort like she's already given up. Thank you TEXT US YOUR question!!!! 1.615.592.1060 Show your Support for Stupendous Marriage!   (affiliate link) Check out our new Amazon Influencer Page for Marriage Books To help support the show!   Take a minute to comment and Rate us on iTunes!   Hop on our email list to get marriage encouragement in your email weekly.   Tell your Married Friends about the show!   Stupendous Marriage Show on Facebook THANKS! Subscribe: iTunes| RSS|Google|Stitcher Additional Music from Audiohero.com  

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Husband Still in Contact with Affair Partner

November 14, 2018 • 16m

ASK YOUR QUESTION ABOUT MARRIAGE: 1.615.592.1060 Her husband is still in contact with his affair partner...what does she do? this post contains affiliate links On the Show Today: We didn't make it into The Price is Right Live. Bummer. We have to buy tickets next time! ;) Listener Question: Hi Stu and Lisa. By God's grace, I'm slowly moving forward with my spouse after he committed sexual immorality with a girl from a karaoke bar whom he maintained for a year and 8 months. After the discovery and after we talked,  he said the line of communication is still opened between them. We are both professing Christians by the way. I insisted that he stop communicating with the girl but he would rationalize that he can only stop if he sees the girl back in her feet again. It really makes me very uncomfortable and it goes against my belief on what is right and wrong. I'm at a crossroad and having a hard time on what would be my next move. Please help me and enlighten me. Thanks. Resources: 6 Reasons to Love your Unrepentant Spouse   How to Deal with an Unrepentant Spouse Show your Support for Stupendous Marriage! (affiliate link) Check out our new Amazon Influencer Page for Marriage Books To help support the show! Take a minute to comment and Rate us on iTunes! Hop on our email list to get marriage encouragement in your email weekly. Tell your Married Friends about the show! Stupendous Marriage Show on Facebook THANKS! Subscribe: iTunes| RSS|Google|Stitcher Additional Music from Audiohero.com

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Newlyweds with Sex and Porn Troubles

October 03, 2018 • 19m

Download the Show ASK YOUR QUESTION ABOUT MARRIAGE: 1.615.592.1060 Newlyweds with Sexual abuse and Pornography issues this post contains affiliate links On the Show Today: Join us on our Instagram account - Stupendous Marriage on Instagram Stu and Lisa went to a wedding this weekend and it was beautiful! Listener Question: I’ve been with my husband 2 years this year. In high school, I experienced sexual assault and have found sex to be hard for me at times. We have talked about it and found ways that work for us and so that I don’t feel uncomfortable but I know that the nights we don’t have sex my husband sometimes watches porn and I feel like because of the anxieties I experience with sex I am leading him away from what God or creating a door for possible adultery in the future. I have tried to tell him in a way that wasn’t coming at him like an attack that I am uncomfortable with it. We don’t have a lot of sex so my question is am I wrong for not wanting him to watch porn? And if I’m not how can I talk to him about it in a way that won’t seem like I’m attacking him. Resources: Celebrate Recovery How to understand your own or your partner's sexual abuse history (from a clinical psychologist) Show your Support for Stupendous Marriage! (affiliate link) Check out our new Amazon Influencer Page for Marriage Books To help support the show! Take a minute to comment and Rate us on iTunes! Hop on our email list to get marriage encouragement in your email weekly. Tell your Married Friends about the show! Stupendous Marriage Show on Facebook THANKS! Subscribe: iTunes| RSS|Google|Stitcher Additional Music from Audiohero.com  

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Newlyweds Want to Put God First

October 10, 2018 • 7m

ASK YOUR QUESTION ABOUT MARRIAGE: 1.615.592.1060 Newlyweds want to put God First this post contains affiliate links On the Show Today: Stu and Lisa are Traveling with their Sons School this week so its a Question from the past! Listener Question: My husband and I got married nearly a year ago and moved to a new town where he started a new job in the local church.   I was wondering if you guys could talk a bit about personal faith and spirituality and how it fits into a Christian marriage.  The first year in a marriage is known to be rather eye-opening and my husband and I have had our fair share of struggles over housework and cohabitation.  However I feel that our deepest problem is how different we are in our own personal walks of faith and I’d really appreciate some advice on how to be one in our walk with God, and how to put God first both as individuals and as a couple. I love my husband very deeply and I really struggle with our differences because I feel that it has a negative impact on how much I admire and respect him.  Therefore it impacts on how badly he feels about his lack of spirituality and he feels inferior. I think we both sense that God has so much more for him, how do I help him find it without emasculating his role as the spiritual head of our family?  And how should I nurture my own walk with God regularly in a way that doesn’t leave him out? Show your Support for Stupendous Marriage! (affiliate link) Check out our new Amazon Influencer Page for Marriage Books To help support the show! Take a minute to comment and Rate us on iTunes! Hop on our email list to get marriage encouragement in your email weekly. Tell your Married Friends about the show! Stupendous Marriage Show on Facebook THANKS! Subscribe: iTunes| RSS|Google|Stitcher Additional Music from Audiohero.com  

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