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We get to talk about sex!! How fun is that!? Show host, Laura M. Brotherson, LMFT, CST, marriage counselor, certified sex therapist, and best-selling author takes on the taboo subject of SEX -- shining a needed light into the intricacies of intimacy and marriage. "The Marital Intimacy Show" provides straight talk about empowering women and couples to create the intimate relationship of their dreams. This podcast is your trusted Christian resource to strengthen marriages intimately and help y ...
 
The Marital Intelligence Podcast helps wives win big in the high stakes business of marriage. Get wise with the following segments :Ask Wifey University Threats To Sustainable Marriage Marriage Intelligence The Internet of Intimacy The Alpha Wife Algorithm The Science of Oral Pleasure and Smart Sex Marriage Business Plans Wife Wealth Data Science of Dating and Marriage Marital Challenges and Conflict Do-Over Wifey Meets Hubby Matchmaking Sustainable Marriage Salutes Help Your Husband Succeed ...
 
Dino and Shannon Watt have a deep passion for helping people enhance their marriage. Throughout the last 20 years of marriage, they have developed specific systems in their relationship with the purpose of enhancing marriages and families. Taking their unique approach of translating basic principles and systems used by successful companies and incorporating them into marriage, they developed The Business of Marriage. The Business of Marriage training teaches couples useable tools that they c ...
 
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Hi Folks! For this months bonus episode we listen to the song "S.O.B.". Released in 2015 on their self titled debut album, "Nathanial Rateliff & the Night Sweats", "S.O.B." is a song that at its core is about drinking one's life away after a break up. Rateliff has also described "S.O.B." as a joke song and said he initially did not intend to record…
 
Well, people are eating dirt. Real expensive dirt, too. That’s where we’re at. There’s a multi-level marketing company that sells people dirt to eat. We’re doing a Sawbones about it, and it turns out that we actually think it’s a really cool and good idea! Eating pricey dirt goo, we mean. … No, no, it’s terrible. It’s all terrible.…
 
J&T will be discussing Homesteading options in America versus the need for Homesteading in Colombia with the tribal NASA people. Ervin Liz of Nativerootcoffee.com will be our guest.Jon & Tara Baklund による
 
Tara is awake bright eyed and bushy tailed - How Tara and Jon got together and what they did and talked about, our first night out dancingJon & Tara Baklund による
 
J&T discuss struggling, strife and becoming - Jon’s b-day continued - eating sushi after a year and a half - tech adaptation, adopting early - witches?Jon & Tara Baklund による
 
If you’ve seen a new smoothie shop or “Nutrition Club” open up in your area, take note: It may not be a smoothie store at all. This week on Sawbones, we explore the history of Herbalife and why this multi-level marketing weight loss company is opening smoothie shops with no smoothies for sale. CW: Discussion of dieting and weight loss Music: "Medic…
 
Hi Folks! For this months full episode we listen to Johnny Cash's 1968 album "At Folsom Prison". The first in a series of live albums from Cash all recorded in prisons. "At Folsom Prison" came at a pivotal time in Cash's career as the singer/song writer was trying to turn his career around after several years of limited commercial success. With Jun…
 
J&T talk about the difference of men’s and women’s birthdays, Tara surprises Jon on his birthday. Where to travel in the country. Business planning, taxes, and communicating about how to spend money.Jon & Tara Baklund による
 
We’ve got a real mystery for you on Sawbones this week: Havana Syndrome. It’s either a secret beam being blasted at American diplomats . . . or a mass psychogenic illness . . . or a complete fabrication. Or anything in between? Yep, it’s a weird one. Hang in there. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers…
 
In the 1950s, Thalidomide was rolled out very quickly and what followed was a tragic story that highlighted perils of greed and hidden agendas. This week on Sawbones, Dr. Sydnee and Justin attempt to untangle this murky narrative, and highlight the doctor who heroically kept this disaster from claiming many more lives. Music: "Medicines" by The Tax…
 
Warrior way, is prepared. Survival Prepping discussion - how and why. Should you own a gun? What is the time frame and ratio of food supplies. Jon, stone head, lol.Jon & Tara Baklund による
 
Structuring your day - Being well - being in tune with your spouse - Evil will step down if good people stand up - Walking the best exercise? - What do you really need, grateful for what you haveJon & Tara Baklund による
 
Hi Folks! For this bonus episode we listen to Elton John's song 'I'm Still Standing'. Released in 1983 on his album 'Too Low for Zero' this song has had somewhat of a resurgence in recent years thanks to Illumination Entertainment's 2016 film 'Sing'. We discuss how this is more then just a break up song and how we could all use a reminder sometimes…
 
Justin takes over Sawbones researching duties from Dr. Sydnee this week as he begins profiling the unsung heroes of business: Brands. In this inaugural attempt, he’ll present the story of Vicks and how the company’s VapoRub took over the world. Also: The puzzling truth about NyQuil’s name. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers…
 
Hi folks! We are listening to Pink Floyd's monumental album 'Dark Side of the Moon'. Perhaps the greatest concept album in history! This marked a big shift in Pink Floyd's sound and song writing. With Roger Waters taking the helm we get an album that explores life as well as mental health, greed, consumerism, time, space, and death. It is easy to s…
 
How well do we understand viruses? We were fighting them before we could even see them. Fast forward to today, Dr. Sydnee explains how all of this relates to what we know now about the Delta variant. To donate to the Immunization Action Coalition: immunize.org Music: "Medicines" by The TaxpayersJustin McElroy による
 
Sawbones is finally doing the Balto episode! What happens when a remote town in Alaska has a diphtheria breakout, but their entire anti-toxin supply is expired? Call up Balto and the pack of hero dogs and mushers to make the harrowing journey. Music: "Medicines" by The TaxpayersJustin & Sydnee McElroy による
 
Naloxone is known as the “life-saving drug,” since it can bring someone back from an opiate overdose. Dr. Sydnee goes through the history of this hero drug, how it works, and the recent struggle of keeping it accessible in some communities. Check out the Free Naloxone Day Fundraiser: Bit.ly/SawbonesNaloxone Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers…
 
Hi Folks! For this bonus episode we listen to TOTO's song "Africa". Originally released in 1982 it was an instant hit and quickly landed at number one on the charts. In recent years "Africa" has gained new popularity thanks to a cover from the band Weezer. We will discuss both groups versions of the song and both band's music videos (yes TOTO's vid…
 
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