New Life Live: May 10, 2016

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Topics: Substance Abuse, Addictions, Parenting, Adult Children, Marriage, Affair, Anger, Friendship, Intimacy
Hosts: Steve Arterburn, Dr. Dave Stoop, Dr. Jill Hubbard

Caller Questions:

  1. After drug use, can my married 20yo stepson live on his own without our help?
  2. I thought my second marriage would be better, but he also cheated; how do I move past the anger and sadness?
  3. My friend’s husband has a girlfriend who wants to meet her; how do I help my friend not be a doormat?
  4. I am 16yrs older than my 62yo wife; why does she think our intimacy should be over?

Suggested Resources:
Life Recovery Bible
Forgiving the Unforgivable
Healing Is a Choice
7 Minute Marriage Solution

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Comments

  1. After several times hearing you-all give advice to men to check hormones, I’m surprised this does not come up when there is a problem with women’s libido. For me, as a single person, sex isn’t the issue, but I have had three junctures of sudden decrease in “zest for life” that my Endocrinologist indicated often is part and parcel of women’s sexual interest: at my ages of 57, and again at around 60, and then more recently at age 65. Each time, getting topical delivery bio-identical hormones tested and adjusted, including progesterone, a mild estrogen, and testosterone have been noticeably helpful. Disrupted sleep patterns can occur when hormone drop is especially severe. Particularly bringing testosterone to a woman’s pre-menopausal levels can be very effective for improving thus giving all-round greater daily well-being.

  2. …that is, testosterone is often effective for improving sleep.

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