Perfect Marriages, Emotional Media, One Nation Undecided
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1249
- Jul 22, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:19:15 mins
No More Perfect Marriages (15:48) Jill Savage is an author and speaker who is passionate about encouraging families. She is the author or co-author of twelve books including Professionalizing Motherhood, My Hearts At Home, Real Moms…Real Jesus, Living With Less So Your Family Has More, No More Perfect Moms, and her most recent release with her husband Mark, No More Perfect Marriages. Jill is the founder of Hearts at Home, an organization that encourages moms. The saying marriage is common advice given to newlywed or engaged couples. Marriage is hard and requires constant care and attention and sometimes will still falter and struggle if we do everything right. In her and her husband new book “No More Perfect Marriages” Jill Savage tackles some of the hard questions and gives us some advice on how to make our marriages stronger and a little easier. Jill Savage encourages us to get past the fairy tale and Experience the Freedom of Being Real Together. Emotional Media (1:05:00) Wahl-Jorgensen, Ph. D., a Director of Research Development and Environment at the School of Journalism at Cardiff University in the UK. How do you win Journalism’s greatest award, the Pulitzer Prize? Is it great reporting skills? Or is it great investigative journalism? Maybe it is representing a very important social issue? Professor Karin Whal-Jorgensen shares her research that shows what actually makes winning journalism is emotional storytelling. One Nation Undecided (1:49:22) Professor Peter Schuck is a Professor of Law Emeritus at Yale University. Although the Pledge of Allegiance says that we are ‘One Nation Under God’ it seems that our country is more divided than ever. But what are the top 5 things that drive our country apart more than ever? In his book, One Nation Undecided: Clear Thinking about Five Hard Issues That Divide Us, Peter Schuck explores 5 things that drive Americans apart. What are the 5 issues that get us heated? Why are we so divided? Peter Shuck explains.