string(29) "Baby Jesus versus Santa Claus"
string(17) "December 12, 2018"
Christmas is a wonderful time of year, but how much should you explain to your children? As the years have passed my views have changed. With Kassey, my first child I was against the idea of promoting the myth of Santa Claus, however, now with my youngest daughter Sammy I have softened my stance. I tell her that Jesus is the one that tells Santa which toys to bring. In this episode Abel and I decide if we should have a naughty list in our home.
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string(44) "The Burden of being Jenni Rivera’s Trustee"
string(17) "December 05, 2018"
It’s that time of year: Jenni’s anniversary of her passing. When December comes around it’s not about Christmas for me and my family it’s about Jenni. I get the usual calls from media outlets wanting me to come on their show to talk about the worst day of my family’s life. This year I decided I won’t do it anymore. I don’t have to prove to anyone that I’m a good sister. Doing sad intimate interviews about my sister will not be driven by guilt. Would Jenni have wanted this? Join us in today’s episode as I vent with Abel about the difficulties in being Jenni’s trustee and how I need to start living for me and my family.
Abel and I recently had a tough discussion about why we hide our true selves from each other. He confessed not feeling free to be himself at times and I had to admit to feeling the same. After seven years of marriage we still have many things to work on, but we had a breakthrough and came up with a solution. Find out what we discovered in our latest episode that helped us jumpstart our marriage.
What’s mine is yours and what’s yours is mine, right? That’s not always the case. Abel and I feel money should be shared equally in marriage no matter who makes the most income, but it wasn’t always like this. Listen and hear our journey as we joined our bank accounts. Have you struggled with this decision? Has this subject caused friction in your relationship? Join us as we talk about a topic that many couples have to face in today’s world.
Can you truly forgive someone after they have betrayed you? Abel and I believe forgiveness is not only possible, but necessary for a healthy marriage. On today’s episode we open up about situations in our past and present that could have broken our marriage if we hadn’t learned to forgive. We also discuss the difference between forgiveness, healing and trust.
Knowing your spouse’s password can be a double edged sword. It gives you a silent power and access to your significant others private information, but it can also divide and cause friction when this power is abused. In our marriage, Abel and I have each other’s passwords. We have nothing to hide from one another, however, at one point in our relationship I was obsessed with checking Abel’s accounts. I found myself exhausted and he felt attacked. As the years have passed our relationship has matured. We still have each other’s passwords but our goal is not to need them. Join us as we share how we struggled with this dilemma and were able to overcome this challenge of trust.
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.
Rosie Rivera Flores and Abel Flores
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.