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February 2017

016: Discussing Your Faith Journey With Your Missionaries

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In today’s episode Carrie and Ross from the acclaimed podcast “Oh No Ross & Carrie” (do yourself a favor and check them out ohnopodcast.com) help us answer a listeners question who is concerned about being honest/transparent about his faith journey away from the church, both with himself and the missionaries who baptized him, while at the same time not lose the friendship they currently enjoy.

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015: In-Laws, Faith Journeys, and Boundaries

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In today’s podcast Dr. Money, along w/ her active LDS father-in-law answer a caller’s question regarding how to negotiate their in-laws who disagree with her and her husband’s faith journey away from the LDS Church. If discussions of appropriate boundaries and the best way to set them peak your interest, the Healthy Mormon Journey foundation has prepared a workbook called “Faith Journeys and Boundaries: A Practical Workbook” available as a free download at mormonjourneys.org/boundaries.

Any material in this podcast or mormonjourneys.org/materials, are provided free of charge for those looking to maintain important relationships after changes in belief. If you find value in this content and feel the HMJ foundation can help others, a one-time or monthly recurring donation of anywhere between $1-20 goes a long way to help us help others. As a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization, any donations to the Healthy Mormon Journeys foundation are tax deductible just like tithing donations would be. Thank you.

011-014: Kevin Rahm on Growing up Mormon, Mission, BYU, Acting Career, and Reaching Peace and Balance

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EP011: Dr. Kristy Money marks off one of her bucket list items as she interviews actor and former Mormon, Kevin Rahm. In this first of four episode series, Kevin discusses growing up Mormon, his LDS mission, along with his initial questions and doubts. 

EP012: In this second of four episode series, Kevin discusses his time at BYU, discovering acting, and the beginning of his faith journey.

EP013: In this third of four episode series, Kevin and Dr. Money answer a listener’s question regarding balancing truth vs happiness. They also discuss external vs internal validation along with raising their children with the experience of themselves having been raised in an orthodox environment.

EP014: In this fourth of four episode series, to introduce a mental health break, Dr. Money gets all fan-girl on Kevin’s impressive fimlography.

If you find this content useful a one-time or recurring donation will go a long way to help us help others. Visit mormonjourneys.org and click on the blue “Donate” button. Thank you.

010: Healthy MoJo for Your Marriage

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In this weeks episode of the Healthy MoJo podcast (see what we did there!) we introduce two new series:

  1. updates from previous episodes (today we hear back from James from ep. 008)
  2. a practical tune-up approach to your marriage. Kristy Money and her husband model this approach and you can download the free workbook on mormonjourneys.org/materials to give it whirl for yourself. We are in fact looking for couples to model some of these exercises on the podcast – contact us at mormonjourneys.org/contact to participate.

If you find this content useful a one-time or recurring donation will go a long way to help us help others. Visit mormonjourneys.org and click on the blue “Donate” button. Thank you.

009: Dr. Julie de Azevedo-Hanks on What TO Say and Not to Say

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How do you start a discussion with someone who is on their journey of leaving the church without offending them? Dr. Julie de Azevedo-Hanks and Dr. Kristy Money answer Laura’s questions about how to best approach and draw boundaries when compassionately reaching out to those on a faith journey.

Links from episode:
Circles of Intimacy
100 phrases to say and to NOT say to your loved ones who think/believe differently from you

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