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You’ve found your
true love and you want to keep the relationship strong, happy, and
lasting.  Kathy Freston, author of The One: Discovering the Secrets
of Soul Mate Love, talks about the deeper purpose of marriage, the
bigger picture of it.  Kathy shares her personal experience and why
she wrote the book.  Commitment holds us together.  Our soul craves
deepening, awareness, growth, and inner connection. 

What is a soul mate? 
What is soul mate love?  Why do we get married?  What makes the bond
strong?  How does our ancestry affect relationships?  These questions
and more are answered in this LoveCast.  Kathy teaches us that two in
a relationship can truly can become One.

Kathy shares the ten
ultimate rules to live and love by on the pathway to a successful
relationship.  A must-hear!

Kathy gives her
best advice for couples getting ready to be married.  She tells us
that the purpose of being together is to learn and grow on all levels
of body, mind and spirit.  Grow your soul.  You will be enlightened
by Kathy’s insight and guidance for you, your partner and your
relationship together.

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Did you know that one
third of all marriages today are interfaith and intercultural?  Why
are they on the rise?  Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb, ordained
interfaith minister and author of Joining Hands and Hearts,
will help you learn more about yourselves and each other.  Find out
what a couple needs to remember most when intermarrying.

Reverend Susanna wants
you to know that couples are not alone.  She cites the interfaith
motto: never instead of, always in addition to.  She believes that
with enough love, thought, care and respect you can bridge any issue.

Most traditions can be
celebrated in a universal way.  How can you start the process of
blending cultures?  What is the difference between religious and
spiritual?  What rituals are important to you and not important to
you?  Are there different meanings and interpretations of rituals?  Listen to this podcast and hear the answers to these questions and more.

Get ready to jot down some important questions about yourselves then compare and discuss
the answers with your fiance.

How do you remain true
to yourselves and still make your families happy?  What are your parent’s
greatest fears?  Rev. Susanna offers practical advice and guidance.

Hear real stories about
unions of different faith, colors and cultures.  Respect is the
foundation and love is the bridge.  Rev. Susanna has terrific
recommendations and creative solutions to help you structure an interfaith wedding ceremony.

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comprehensive selection of wedding planning podcasts.  We are wedding
talk radio at its best.

We love your feedback.  Send us an email or call our listener hotline 800.882.1259.

Another great wedding planning podcast from Wedding Podcast Network

Thanks for listening.

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LoveCast(tm) Show #4

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006
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Why do women like to talk more than men?  What is “relationship talk”? Are relationships more important to women than men?  These are just some of the questions that we tackle in this episode of the LoveCast.

This show is all about communication.  Men and women differ greatly how they talk about the relationship with their partner.  Women are excited to talk.  Men automatically assume that there is a problem.  We need to understand that men and women approach problems differently and have different styles of how to work things out.  Both men and women should be rewarded for what they say and do.  Talk is therapuetic.

Learn how to communicate during high stress times such as when planning a wedding.  Find out the key things to remember when you are in those stressful times to help keep the relationship healthy.  We have the answers to better understand why talk helps you connect, feel better and build intimacy.

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The best place for wedding planning podcasts.  We are wedding talk radio at it’s best.

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