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Marriage Quick Tips: Affairs, Communication, Avoiding Divorce, and Saving Your Marriage

DR. JOE BEAM & KIMBERLY BEAM HOLMES: EXPERTS IN FIXING MARRIAGES & SAVING RELATIONSHIPS

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Each week the Marriage Helper team of experts share insight on common (and not so common) marriage pitfalls. We give you research-based advice backed by years of experience that you can implement immediately. Learn how to strengthen your relationships and become the best version of yourself. If you’re ready to make your marriage stronger than ever before, then this podcast is for you. https://www.MarriageHelper.com
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Learn how to get the most from your iPhone and iPad at work with this collection of Quick Tips for business, featuring iOS shortcuts, and demonstrations of business-friendly iPad and iPhone apps in the App Store.
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Quick Tips help you get the most out of your iPhone. Learn how to optimize all the great business features in iOS 4 as well as how to integrate innovative applications to help you get the job done.
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Podcast Quick Tips

Ray Ortega - Professional podcast producer. Teacher and avid listener.

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Single, actionable tips to help you improve and grow your podcast. Plan, record and promote better podcasts one tip at a time.
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Organizational activists, how do you build a sustainable company culture? Every week, tune in as change-maker Kathy Miller Perkins offers quick tips (5 minutes or less)on actions you can take to strengthen your own company's culture. This podcast offers a cultural challenge and proven strategies for addressing it in each, short episode.
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Quick ideas, strategies, apps, and more to help you save money and live better. This podcast is designed to give you a quick actionable idea that you can use today to make your money go further and optimize your life. Join Dr. J on his journey to financial independence. Visit our blog for more information and monthly updates of our journey to FI! JLifeCoach.com
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Tennis Quick Tips brings you weekly tennis tips that will not only improve your tennis play, but also make sure you're having fun each and every time you step on court. If you’re looking for quick and easy ways to improve your game, without the need for long hours on court or expensive lessons, then this podcast is for you. Each Tennis Quick Tips episode will give you a really easy, really worthwhile tennis tip that will help you to quickly improve your game and that you can apply in your ne ...
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Five-time winner of Best Education Podcast in the Podcast Awards. Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing and feed your love of the English language. Whether English is your first language or your second language, these grammar, punctuation, style, and business tips will make you a better and more successful writer. Grammar Girl is a Quick and Dirty Tips podcast.
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Whether you are an experienced home manager, or living on your own for the first time, the Domestic CEO has easy tips on keeping your home in tip-top shape. The Domestic CEO will explain everything from how to decorate your house on a budget, to organizing a playroom, so that you can make your home life the best it can be.
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A podcast filled with surprisingly simple household hacks to help you save money and live better. Hosts Jeanne and Bruce Lubin offer simple solutions to everyday problems and easy, innovative tips for cleaning, DIY, cooking, organizing, and more. To download podcast episodes not shown here, visit QuickandDirtyTips.com
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Take charge of your health with the House Call Doctor. No topic is off limits as Dr. Sanaz Majd answers your most pressing medical questions with her trademark humor and straightforward advice. She'll make even the most complex medical issues easy to understand with expert tips on topics like cholesterol, diabetes, antibiotics, and everything else you need to know to understand your body better and improve your health and quality of life.
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Modern life creates etiquette dilemmas that never existed before. Should you forward a personal text to a friend? Is it ever Okay to break-up via email? The Modern Manners Guy is here to answer questions like these and the perennial favorites like how much to tip and when should party invitations go out. Tune in each week for a new tip that will set you on the path to a more polite life.
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The Clever Cookstr serves up the most timely, relevant tips from the world’s best kitchens. You’ll get a delightful mix of cooking tips from emerging and established chefs and cookbook authors, as well as exclusive insights from bakers, sommeliers, farmers, grocers, and more. Every week, Clever Cookstr provides useful information for aspiring and long-time food lovers— and for anyone who wants to get delicious homemade food on the table. If you’ve been looking for a fun, fast-paced, authorit ...
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The Dog Trainer wants you and your dog to have a wonderful time together. If you've got a puppy, get simple, sensible pointers for raising her. Rambunctious adolescent? Transform him into a civilized adult. As for the grownups, no dog is too old to learn new tricks -- or better manners. The Dog Trainer explains how to get the polite behaviors you want and turn those behaviors into lifelong habits. Whether you're housetraining, teaching your dog to roll over, or wondering how to evaluate a do ...
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The Math Dude makes understanding math easier and more fun than you ever thought possible. Host Dr. Jason Marshall provides clear explanations of math terms and principles, and his simple tricks for solving basic algebra problems will have even the most mathphobic looking forward to working out whatever math problem comes their way. If you're getting ready to take the SAT, GRE, or any of the other standardized tests; or if you're going back to school and need to brush up on the basics, Math ...
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Do you struggle and search for ways to save time in your day? Do you wonder how other working moms get it all done? Do you desire more time for your Faith, Fitness, and Family? Are you an ambitious working mom needing to do more in less time? Then this podcast is for you! My name is Felicia - Wife, Mom, Vision Coach, Christian Mentor, and Daughter of the Most High King. And I welcome you to the Time Matters Method! A podcast where I share with you time-proven strategies for achieving a balan ...
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Transformational Weight Loss for Moms - Macros, Macro Planning, Weight Loss, Quick Fitness, Meal Planning, Healthy Food Tips

Alayna Clements | Transformational Macros Coach, Christian Weight Loss Coach, Christian Fitness Coach. Christian Personal Trainer

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Are you tired of the diet roller coaster of losing weight and gaining it right back? Are you sick of the one size fits all diets that leave you feeling like your body is broken? Are you ready to get results, maintain them, and maybe even enjoy it? In this podcast, you will find solutions to your weight loss and fitness struggles, as well as be equipped to ”gird yourself with strength and make your arms strong” as a Proverbs 31 woman. My mission is to get you to your personal fitness goals us ...
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994. This week, I sat down with the prolific "Dune" author Kevin J. Anderson and the famed "Dune" narrator Scott Brick to explore the language challenges in the "Dune" series. Learn how Kevin and Scott navigated Frank Herbert's original vocabulary, stayed true to the cultural influences of the names and terms, and created an extensive pronunciation…
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Season 18, Episode 14 (#434) On this episode of For Mac Eyes Only: Mike is joined by Eric, Darren, and Dave to provide their first-hand reactions* to Apple’s WWDC 2024 Keynote Presentation where Apple announced macOS Sequoia, iOS 18, watchOS 11, and visionOS 2, plus a peek at the new AI initiative called Apple Intelligence! NEWS > macOS Sequoia > i…
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If you’ve made the mistake of cheating and are looking for ways to mend your marriage, this video is your first step towards healing. Dr. Joe Beam, a relationship expert from Marriage Helper, guides you through the complex emotions and decisions you face after an affair. Whether it was a brief slip or an ongoing issue, understanding the type of aff…
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993. This week, we cover the strategic use of sign language by the Bene Gesserit in the 'Dune' movies, including its importance in covert communication. Then, we look at the many words for 'father' and their historical and linguistic significance, from early baby talk to more formal terms for adults. Dune sign language supercut video: https://youtu…
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992. What began as a simple word game in 1913 sparked a nationwide craze just a decade later, causing a moral panic and changing American publishing forever. This week, Ben Zimmer, a prolific crossword constructor and language commentator, takes us through the crossword puzzle's surprising early history and enduring legacy. He also explores the mod…
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991. This week, we trace the origin and meaning of the word "dog," from its mysterious beginning to its current use in phrases like "hot dog" and "hair of the dog." Then we go through the "audience of one" concept, which involves tailoring content to a single, imagined recipient; and we look at how this approach can make your writing more understan…
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990. Have you ever wondered why English doesn't have gender like Spanish and French? Which languages are the hardest to learn (and why)? And why a Q is always followed by a U? We have the answers to those questions and more this week from Paul Anthony Jones, author of "Why is this a question?" | Find Paul Anthony Jones at https://www.paulanthonyjon…
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989. What is a word? Does "that's" count as one word or two? In this excerpt from Paul Anthony Jones' new book "Why Is This a Question," we look at how things like plurals, compound words, and contractions make defining the word "word" a tricky exercise. | Find Paul Anthony Jones at https://www.paulanthonyjones.com/ | Edited transcript with links: …
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988. Peter Sokolowski, an editor at Merriam-Webster, goes through the fascinating history of the Armed Services Editions, a series of books published during World War II for distribution among the troops. We look at the special problems of wartime publishing, the collaborative efforts among publishers, and the lasting influence of these books on th…
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987. This week, we look at why people sometimes double their subjects, writing sentences such as "John, he bought a car," and when it's OK (and not OK) to do so. Plus, we talk about the medial S, a strange F-like letter that makes an S-sound and shows up in old documents. We look at how it came to be, its role in English typography, and what made i…
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In this heartfelt video, Scott and Ruth delve deep into the essential elements that have kept their marriage strong and thriving: forgiveness and commitment. Their journey hasn’t been easy; they’ve faced significant challenges, including infidelity, but they’ve emerged stronger on the other side. Through open communication, trust-building, and unwa…
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986. Erin Brenner, author of "The Chicago Guide for Freelance Editors," shares time-saving tips including the best practices for using Word, creating macros, and using automation tools like Zapier. You'll also learn about starting and growing a freelance business, including how to figure out what to charge, how to make ends meet at the beginning, a…
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985. This week, we look at the world of whimsical words, including the origins and meanings of terms like "dinkus," "gadzook," "petrichor" and the phrase "whim-wham for a goose's bridle." Plus, I have a quick tip about when to capitalize "mom" and "dad." The "weird words" segment was written by Michaela Dunn, a Wyoming-based editor and publisher fo…
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