It seems that the roles for men and women have flipped for many families since the MAN-cession of 2008. For Abel and Rosie the roles flipped when Rosie became the main bread winner when Abel was laid off and stayed home with their new born. Who should do what in the household? We discuss the roles of men and women in relationships with Mexican singer songwriter Karina Moreno who is open about her relationship experience after facing struggles in her marriage. She explains her thoughts on men being the leader and women being the multiplier.
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Abel and Rosie reminisce and discuss the darkest year of their life when Rosie gave up trying and Abel was giving it his all to restore their broken marriage. How did Abel continue to do it when Rosie wouldn’t give it her all? Many of you have written to us and told us that you are the only one trying in your relationship. We hope this episode can help you get out of that whole that they experienced and answers the questions on what to do when your partner stops trying.
Today we decided to record this episode in Spanish for all our listeners that have requested it. This episode we delve into the fact that there has been a decline in couples getting married. Millennials are waiting longer to get married. Is it fear of commitment or is it simply that they want to be better prepared for the commitment? We have a guest that will talk to us about his personal experience and why he has decided to hold off on getting married. Join us to see if we were able to convince our guests opinion.
Los últimos años han mostrado un declive en los casamientos. La generación Milenio eligen juntarse o casarse mucho más tarde que las otras generaciones anteriores. Abel y yo nos preguntamos por qué? ¿Será que le da miedo casarse? ¿Está el amor en declive o es que los jóvenes hoyvdeciden estar más preparados antes de casarse. Le preguntamos a nuestro invitado quien decidio cancelar su boda poco antes del compromise. Por qué canceló su compromiso y no tiene planes de casarse? Acompañanos para ver si lo pudimos convencer que el matrimonio es buena idea.
string(31) "Willing to fight for your Love "
string(14) "March 28, 2018"
The process toward a healthy marriage takes a lot of work and love. Abel and I have noticed that sometimes relationships end, even after counseling. On this episode Abel and I speak with our marriage mentors and pastors about trusting the process toward restoration. You’ll get their view on how bad the situation became between us at our worst and what they think of us now and how we learned to trust the process.
string(34) "Money and marriage go hand in hand"
string(14) "March 21, 2018"
Money problems are one of the biggest reasons for divorce in this country today. Financial stability can change one’s lifestyles but it can also affect their behavior. How can a loving relationship survive stressful financial times? Today we discuss some healthy ways we can deal with money issues in a marriage. Joining us to discuss this difficult topic is a young married couple Karina and her husband Eddie who have been high school sweethearts and have been through a lot and are still going strong.
Before we get involved with someone we usually have already created our own standards of what we expect from our significant other. Are these standards realistic, are they too strict? Do they reflect our self-esteem? Abel and I have a friend who has been single for over 10 years. He has had one serious girlfriend but has never met a girl he thought he could marry despite dreaming of the big day. Is it that his standards are to strict? Join Abel and I as we discuss the importance of standards and how you should determine which ones are non-negotiable and which ones you need to be flexible with or you might end up alone and without a partner.
The Power of Us is a podcast that discusses a variety of topics that relate to marriage, that ever-elusive topic that we all want to get right, but struggle to on a day-to-day basis. With Rosie Rivera Flores and her husband, Abel Flores, we delve into topics such as trust, communication, expectations just to name a few. With over half a million followers on social media, Rosie not only has something to say, she has people who want to listen. Abel adds a great male perspective as the husband of a strong-minded woman, but with his gentle strength, he has a lot to say and he isn’t always in agreement with his beloved wife. Sound familiar? You definitely won’t want to miss this entertaining and informative self help show.
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Rosie is the CEO of Jenni Rivera Enterprises, keeping her sister’s legacy and music alive. She is involved in her family’s Christian outreach ministry and carries out her sister’s mission of helping single mothers find affordable housing, shelter and treatment for abuse through the Jenni Rivera Love Foundation. She worked closely with Telemundo to develop a series based on her sister’s life story, “Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio.” In addition, Rosie founded Sister Samalia, an organization that helps to restore and uplift women who have been victims of sexual abuse, human trafficking, drugs and domestic violence in Latin America. Flores, a Christian musician and worship leader, says he prefers to let Rosie have the spotlight.