4-8-17 Blessed and Blended (Radio)

Stepfamily couples divorce at a higher rate. But what if you could keep your stepfamily together forever just by learning the right information? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Derek and Yvette Burkhalter share their journey to becoming a stepfamily and offer helpful principles and strategies on how to stay “blessed and […]

11-5-16 Tears in My Gumbo: Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience (Radio)

According to Caregiver Advocate Nadine Roberts Cornish, the author of Tears in My Gumbo, when it comes to family members and caregiving, it’s either your time or your money that’s needed. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Nadine explains the joys and tears of being a family caregiver and how attitude is […]

7-16-16 The Mom Balancing Act (Radio)

Can moms do it all, should we do it all, and if you can’t or choose not to, are you a bad mom? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Channel Mom’s, Jenny Dean Schmidt, talks about the balancing act that all mothers perform. Living Well with Dr. Peg is brought to you […]

Breaking the Chains of Addiction

To listen live at 4 pm Mountain/6 pm Eastern, click here www.BlogTalkRadio.com/drpeg April 12, 2013 – Are you in bondage to an addiction or other compulsive behavior? April is National Alcohol Awareness Week, but this week’s episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg will address the broader topic of addiction. Marriage and Family Therapist and […]

Prison Ministry and Restoring Families

February 1, 2013 – Pastor George Green discusses the importance of prison ministry and the reconciliation and restoration of families. Listen live every Friday at 4 pm Mountain Time (6 pm Eastern) to Living Well with Dr. Peg on 1220 AM in Denver and live on the web at www.1220kldc.com. (Listen to previous episodes in […]

‘Tis the Season to Be Jolly: Do Something Different in Your Family Relationships

The holidays are here! This is a season of gathering around the table with family and loved ones and enjoying time together. But perhaps in your family, the simple request of, “Pass the potatoes,” turns into a food fight! Depending on your perspective and past experiences, family togetherness can be seen as a blessing or […]