"Will I cause a set-back in my husband’s recovery if I say no to sex?"
"My daughter talks to me about her porn addiction, but she’s mortified at the thought of telling her dad, is that okay?"
"My husband confessed to looking at women on Instagram. It wasn’t exactly a porn relapse—so why am I so angry about it?"
This week, our guest is Jonathan Daugherty, author of Grace Based Recoveryand founder of Be Broken Ministries. He sits down with Juli to offer hope, encouragement, and answers to oft-asked questions we get from listeners about pornography. Whether you’re an addict, a spouse, or a friend walking this journey with a loved one, you’ll want to tune in to this Java with Juli.
Every couple experiences times of disconnection, but when your spouse begins to feel more like a roommate than a lover, it’s easy to want to go looking for intimacy in other places. But what would it look to like to ditch the idea that there is something better outside your marriage and ask, instead, how you can keep your heart open to your spouse? Join Juli and her guests, Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley, for a candid conversation about tending to your heart during the busy, difficult, or painful seasons of life and marriage.
Few ideas have changed more rapidly than the way our culture perceives gender. The idea that you can choose your gender (some cite more than 50 options) can feel downright crazy-making for the average Christian parent—but being dismissive of Gen Z’s refusal to be put in a male or female box isn’t going to help YOUR child navigate all those choices. How do you respond when your child is struggling with gender identity? In this episode, Juli is joined by friends from Axis.org to help you understand how Gen Z perceives gender, and how to walk alongside a young person you love who is struggling.
Past trauma, childbirth, a physical fall—just a few of the MANY reasons you might experience painful sex or sexual dysfunction. Sadly, the story for most women is that when they finally get the courage to bring this up with their GYN, they’re told, “Everything looks normal. Just try to relax.” When left untreated, sexual dysfunction brings shame, frustration and sadness and can drive a wedge between husbands and wives. Could a pelvic physical therapist help? Listen in to find out!
Online Christian sex therapy—yes, you read that right. Did you know that there are therapists trained specifically to address issues like low libido, mismatched sex drives, intimacy after trauma, and painful sex? And that these challenges can be addressed from the comfort of your home, no physical contact required? Join Juli and her guest, certified Christian sex therapist Josh Spurlock, for encouragement and practical insight into how a sex therapist might help you.