Part 2: “Podcast with Jerry and Denise on R.E.A.L. Love Radio”

Last week we sent out Part 1 of a podcast that we recorded last month with Jay Mayo from R.E.A.L. Love Radio.  The overall focus of this four-part discussion is the importance of loving ourselves the way God does. In part 1 of 4, we discussed what led us to write a book on loving ourselves the way God loves us.

In this episode, we continue the discussion by addressing this question: How can our upbringing impact our ability to love ourselves?

Podcast - Part 2To listen to or to download this podcast (Part 2 – 20 minutes), click HERE.

Some of the issues we address in this session include:

  • Why we all need to receive the things that God intended for us in life.
  • How our upbringing can affect our ability to love ourselves.
  • The importance of addressing the hurt we experience as children.

To listen to or to download last week’s podcast (Part 1 – 20 minutes), click HERE.

The Right to R.E.A.L. Love Radio podcast with Jay Mayo is the #1 relationship podcast for Christians providing valuable and practical insights related to relationships, faith, dating and sex.

Podcast episodes are released six days a week (Monday – Saturday) and the podcast is available worldwide on iTunes. If you like, you can check it out here: http://righttoreallove.com/itunes

Or on the R.E.A.L. Love Radio official website here: http://righttoreallove.com/

(Click Here to access The Missing Commandment: Love Yourself on Amazon; Click Here to access it on our publications website.)

We’ll be sharing Part 3 in a few days . . .

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