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.
Some young couples that are thinking about getting married are drawn to Abel and my podcast because they are curious about marriage and what it truly entails. On today’s episode, we speak with a couple in their twenties who are contemplating a very important decision in their life. They ask the ultimate question: How do we know we ready for marriage?
Abel expected Lucille Ball to receive him every day and I was taught to believe by my brother that all men cheated on their wives. We quickly discovered that we were both wrong. Join us as we discover together these unrealistic expectations in marriage and life.
string(24) "The Art of Communication"
string(17) "February 21, 2018"
Abel and I have been through it all in our 6 year marriage. We found out that speaking doesn’t always mean communicating and it can be one of the biggest challenges to a happy marriage. In this episode we explore how differences in communication styles can become tools for a healthy relationship. Don’t miss this insightful show.
On this Valentine’s Day we dedicate this episode to all those couples seeking to improve their expressions of love. After 6 years of marriage, Abel and I came to the conclusion that we weren't speaking the same love language. Despite our efforts, we didn’t feel loved. We discovered it wasn’t a lack of love it was just that we didn’t know how to express it. We hope you can join us as we discuss in this episode the 5 love languages and offer some useful tips that might help you express your love.
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string(37) "What to do when the Euphoria is gone?"
string(17) "February 07, 2018"
Like most relationships, Abel and I experienced the greatest emotional euphoria in our courtship. Nine years later, it was gone. In this episode we discuss what happens to romantic relationships after an average of two years of euphoria. Join us as we talk about the honeymoon stage and how to deal with the reality phase of a marriage.
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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.