When people see the pictures on my IG or FB some ask a funny question: what does your husband think about these risqué pictures? My answer: Abel took the picture and posted it. He loves me to be me. I am free to be Rosie at all times. I am saddened when men and women are not able to be free in their marriage. Join us in today’s episode as we discuss why Abel and I have freedom in our marriage.
Abel and I are going through major changes in our lives. We are renovating our home and this can be very stressful and exhausting. It goes without saying that this type of stress can cause major tension in the relationship. Join us in this new episode as we discuss how we are handling stressful episode in our lives.
During this episode Abel confessed that he was scared to lose me to another man, my brother Lupe. I have reconciled with Lupe after being distant for several years. I assumed my husband would be happy, instead he was bothered and distant. After finally opening up, Abel confessed that his recent mood swings were due to his fears that he would lose me again to my family, the Rivera’s. He was scared that I would stop focusing on him and the kids. Join us as Abel and I discuss this rivalry between siblings and spouses.
Abel loves YouTube! And he loves it even more because it’s helping him with our kids. I on the other hand am very leery about how much YouTube is too much YouTube. We as parents have to be honest with ourselves. YouTube has made it easier to entertain our kids but it might be getting to a point where it’s raising our kids. Abel and I have had heated discussions about the excessive use of YouTube and its influence on our children. What should the boundaries and limitations be for our kids with this form of entertainment? Join us as we discuss this obsession called Youtube.
Abel and I have had a bad week. Even though we are in a much better place in our marriage, we still have our disagreements. This week proved to be full of arguments. I was shocked to hear my husband was feeling that I didn’t support his dream and that I was probably holding him back. I feel I’m his best cheerleader. Where was I failing? We needed to have a deep conversation and decided to have it in front of you our listeners. Join us as on the Power of Us we resolve our conflict in a healthy way.
Abel and I are finally back home! During this short break I participated in Univision’s “Mira Quien Baila” reality competition. It was wonderful that Abel was able to join me during this unforgettable journey and together we experienced the good the bad and ugly. As a couple we learned a valuable lesson. Join us as we talk about how success and failure can either unite or break your relationship. We are excited to be back and sharing our life experiences with all our listeners on the Power of Us.
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.