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NeuroDiverse Christian Couples

  • Should Women be Silent with Bruce Fleming

    20 MAY. 2024 · Join Rev. Holmes and Dr. Holmes as they interview Bruce C.E. Fleming. This is our 3rd interview with Bruce an today we will discuss 1 Timothy and "let the women learn in silence." How does this reflect back to the creation of women and the role of women in the church world. About: Rev. Bruce C. E. Fleming holds three graduate and post-graduate degrees in theology: an M.Div. and Th.M. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a D.E.A. from the University of Strasbourg, France. Ordained by the Evangelical Free Church of America, he has been a pastor, professor of Practical Theology, and academic dean on the graduate-school level in French-speaking Africa. He has co-founded several churches and parachurch organizations. Bruce and his wife, Dr. Joy Elasky Fleming, have been married for more than 25 years and are the parents of Christy and Mark. They live in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rev. Bruce C. E. Fleming has written books on the topics discussed in this podcast. God did not curse Eve or limit women in any way. Sadly, modern translations of Genesis 3:16 make it look like God did both. God didn't curse Adam either, but God did speak to him in a way exactly parallel to the other rebel in the Garden of Eden, the serpent-tempter. And two curses were imposed by God because of them. People have made up many myths and stories about what supposedly happened in Eden. They make it seem like God cursed the woman and that she somehow deserved it. She didn’t. They make it seem like God instituted the man’s bad behavior toward his wife. God didn’t. The Bible tells us what really happened. This book is all about what God really said, especially in Genesis 3:16. When these chapters in Genesis are rightly understood, and we gain a true view of what God really said to the woman in Genesis 3:16, many New Testament passages can be reinvestigated. They, too, can be cleared away of the bias we find popping up in translations of and commentary on several key passages in the New Testament that look back to Genesis 2 and 3. This book is based on the episodes of Season One of The Eden Podcast https://tru316.com/
    53m 7s
  • What Even IS Neurodiversity

    15 MAY. 2024 · Dan and the guys (Clay, Greg, Jeremy, & Mark) discuss their views of neurodiversity. What is it? Is this movement a good thing or not? How do you define it? Is the term useful? Dr. Holmes adds she prefers the Harvard Medical School definition of neurodiversity, which describes those with neurological differences such as autism, ADHD, learning differences and delays, and other developmental differences.
    57m 19s
  • Fruit Filled Co-parenting as a NeuroDiverse Couple with Team Rochford

    13 MAY. 2024 · Charity and Jeremy Rochford have contributed to the upcoming book: Uniquely Us. Watch the countdown as: https://www.christianneurodiversemarriage.com/uniquelyus Dan and Stephanie have a family book out right now that was mentioned! Great insight into parenting, what we did right and hindsight learning. Erica speaks to what it is like having a dad on the spectrum at : http://www.christianneurodiversefamilies.com Find out more about Team Rochford: Jeremy and Charity, Team Rochford, as they are affectionately known, are an ND/NT couple who have been happily married for over 20 years. They have two Neurodivergent children, both of whom are on the Autism spectrum, and most likely, they inherited those genes from Jeremy, who himself received an Autism/ADHD diagnosis later in life. Both are Trauma-Informed (TI) Certified Life Coaches (CLC) who specialize in helping Neurodivergent and Neurodiverse Families understand communication, culture, and their unique family dynamic. Together, as a Neurodiverse couple and family, they've founded NeuroFam (http://www.OurNeuroFam.com) to support other ND/NT families through the intricacies of navigating life in a world that (far too often) doesn’t understand their struggles. Jeremy, with his BA in Communication (California University of Pennsylvania), and Charity, with her BA in Psychology (California University of Pennsylvania), live in a small town outside of Pittsburgh, PA, with their two awesomely neurodivergent children, an overused coffee maker, and multiple emotional support stuffed animals. Reach out to them at: https://www.ourneurofam.com/
    1h 2m 28s
  • Q&A with Dan and Stephanie

    6 MAY. 2024 · We (I Stephanie) asked listeners on social media, "What would you like to ask us or what would you like to know about Neurodiverse Marriages?" Several questions came in, and we got to about 2/3 of them! Questions such as: - What are realistic expectations for a successful ND marriage? - What does maintenance look like? - Is having a diagnosis helpful? Why or Why Not? - Dan, do you struggle to start deep conversations with your wife and girls? - What tools have you found helpful? A few more!
    58m 57s
  • Navigating a Complex and Adversarial NeuroDiverse Divorce with CDFA Rhonda Noordyk

    29 ABR. 2024 · While we are pro-marriage and pro-covenant. Sometimes abuse, unrepentant addiction, and adultery break the vows and can lead to divorce. Divorce from a Christian AS man can get very adversarial and messy. If you have wrestled through and find that you have peace and release to divorce, you may want a CDFA, like Rhonda, on your side of Women's Financial Wellness Center. A CDFA®, which stands for Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, is a financial expert who specializes in helping women navigate the complex world of divorce. I combine my knowledge of finance with my understanding of the legal aspects of divorce to provide valuable guidance and support during this challenging time. Now, you might be wondering, "Why would I need a CDFA® when I'm going through a divorce?" I will help you understand your current financial situation. We’ll work to create a realistic and comprehensive financial plan to help us develop a strategy that ensures you're financially secure both now and in the years to come. I understand how to work with attorneys and other divorce professionals. This teamwork helps to create a solid foundation for negotiating a fair settlement. So, having me on your side during a divorce can be a total game-changer. About Rhonda from her website: https://wfwcdivorce.com/about-3 It became clear to Rhonda that women going through divorce needed someone who was: - Strategic and knowledgeable to help them prepare their financials before, during, and after the divorce so that they could live the quality of life they deserved. - Empowering them with financial knowledge and giving them clarity to make the right decisions. - Providing compassion and a steady voice when the circumstances were emotional and overwhelming. ‌ So, Rhonda became an advocate for women who were going through a divorce. ‌For her clients, this often means being able to provide a great home for their family, continue to send the kids to private school, invest in causes that are important to her, buy a rental property for income, start a business, take a vacation, and live their best lives. With 17,000 hours, 565 clients, and $20 million back in the hands of women going through divorce later, Rhonda is committed to filling the gap between traditional financial advisors and divorce support groups for women. Contact: Rhonda Noordyk, CDFA 925-940-3056 https://wfwcllc.com
    50m 9s
  • A Story of Determination with Divorce, Remarriage, Infidelity, Betrayal Trauma and Autism

    22 ABR. 2024 · Today, Dan and Stephanie talked with Kevin and Shawna Meek. Their story of divorce and remarriage to each other through infidelity and discovering their neurodiversity. Stephanie and Shawna spoke back in February about her betrayal trauma with the infidelity. Today, they share their determination for marriage and offer hope for those who have had similar challenges in a neurodiverse marriage. Kevin & Shawna Bios As a husband and wife determined for more in their relationship, Kevin and Shawna candidly share their journey toward healing and hope after their own divorce, remarriage to one another, infidelity, betrayal trauma, emotional deprivation, and a mid-life autism diagnosis. Shawna is a professional certified coach and author. Her professional focus is supporting women experiencing betrayal trauma with infidelity, problematic sexual behavior, and porn use. In recent years, she has focused on the additional lens for couples in a neurodiverse marriage with autism and Asperger profiles. She is the founder and owner of Living Stones Coaching, Mentoring, and Consulting, based in Arizona. She is the author of the book Determined for More, based on their own 25-year marriage journey. Kevin, also with Living Stones, comes alongside men as a mentor and accountability support for their struggles with problematic sexual behavior, those diagnosed or considering evaluation of autism (ASD1), and those seeking recovery, desiring to focus on growth and improving their relationships. They support clients internationally and have an approach that is very personalized, relatable, and validating to each unique situation. They have a passion for supporting others on their healing journey, providing guidance and tools needed to navigate through difficult and often devastating circumstances. Look for Shawna's book coming out in April of 2024: Determined for More. This is a story about the raw truths and realities of finding strength in a complex, neurodiverse marriage following divorce, remarriage, betrayal trauma, and emotional deprivation. Living Stones Website at https://www.livingstonescoaching.com
    59m 59s
  • JTG An Intentional Marriage with Brian Hight

    17 ABR. 2024 · Just the Guys has its first guest, author Brian Hight. Brian and the guys talk about his book and being intentional! Brian Hight has a career dedicated to servicing marine and laboratory electronics, where he honed his understanding of technically intricate systems. Outside of work, his passions include hiking, electronics, and clay and stone carving, forming a blend of technical precision and creative exploration. He lives in New Zealand with his wife, Sheila, and has one daughter. You can find his book An Intentional Marriage at: https://www.amazon.com/Intentional-Marriage-Tools-Stronger-Relationship-ebook/dp/B0CW1FMQBH Print book coming soon! About the Book: Brian Hight takes us on a deeply personal journey, revealing how unintentionality nearly shattered his marriage. While his Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD-1) and introverted nature played a role, it was ultimately his choice to stop investing in his relationship that led to the crisis. With raw honesty, Brian shares his struggles and triumphs, offering insights into the tools that helped him regain mental, emotional, and relational strength. This book isn't just a memoir; it's a guide for anyone seeking to forge a path of intentionality in their own relationships. The author's experiences serve as a beacon of hope, illustrating that this journey is not a single event but a lifelong commitment to finding the best in yourself, your world, and especially in your significant relationships. The second half of this book is a toolbox of tips, tools, and techniques that discuss ideas and activities that the author has used as part of his journey toward intentionality. Some are practical, and others are conceptual, but all of them have helped him focus on how he can be more present to himself, his surroundings, and especially to his wife and marriage.
    56m 16s
  • Minding your Joy Gap in your NeuroDiverse Marriage with Chris Coursey

    15 ABR. 2024 · If you have been following our podcasts for a bit, you know we are fans of Dr. Jim Wilder, and we talk about joy, hesed, group identity, and healthy correction often. Today, we have with us Chris Coursey, who has authored and co-authored several books on Joy using Wilder's principles and theoretical foundations. Today we discuss? - What is Joy? - Can I have Joy while things are bad? - What is a Joy -Gap? - How are quieting and joy related? - What is the difference between solitude/isolation and quieting my brain? About our Guest: For over 25 years, Chris has been developing and practicing brain-based solutions to make relationships work. He started out his career specializing in severe trauma and abuse and also pastored a small congregation in Michigan for a number of years. Chris is a published author with ten books in print, including “The Joy Switch: How Your Brain’s Secret Circuit Affects Your Relationships - And How You Can Activate It.” He co-authored his most recent book, “The 4 Habits of Joy-Filled People” with Dr. Marcus Warner. Chris enjoys spending time with his wife, Jen, and their two sons, Matthew and Andrew. In addition to studying, writing, jogging, and exercising, he enjoys the outdoors and is one of the rare people who actually likes the snow. Find out more- how to practice and learn skills we mentioned today at: https://thrivetoday.org/relationalskills/
    53m 10s
  • True Transformation & Building Your Relational Skills with Michel Hendricks

    8 ABR. 2024 · If you have been following the podcast, you have heard Dan and Stephanie talk about joy, hesed, group identity, and healthy transformation. Today, we talk with Michel Hendriks, the co-author of The Other Half of Church. About our Guest: MICHEL HENDRICKS (MDiv, Denver Seminary; BS, University of Colorado) has been a teacher and trainer for more than twenty-five years. He is the former pastor of spiritual formation at Flatirons Community Church in Lafayette, CO. He has also served and trained people in Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, Kenya, South Sudan, and Uganda. He is the author of Basic Training for Walking With Jesus and Intentional Apprenticeship. He and his wife, Claudia, have three adult children.
    52m 13s
  • Receiving Feedback: Do you have a Fixed or Growth Mindset?

    1 ABR. 2024 · Today, Dan and Stephanie talk about blindspots, receiving feedback, perspective-taking, and the Johari window. What is the Johari window? Listen to find out! If you really want to do a deep dive into Feedback skills- take our course as a self-study or reach out for coaching! https://www.christianneurodiversemarriage.com Group Coaching- Select Receiving Feedback and Relational Skills
    51m 57s

Like all couples, NeuroDiverse (AS/NT) Christian couples face challenges with communication and connection. Those challenges are nuanced in a way that most couples, therapists, and clergy don't typically recognize. Often...

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Like all couples, NeuroDiverse (AS/NT) Christian couples face challenges with communication and connection. Those challenges are nuanced in a way that most couples, therapists, and clergy don't typically recognize. Often NeuroDiverse Couples have children on the spectrum (or or other differences), this podcast will dedicate topics to the NeuroDiverse Couple as well as issues that may arise in spectrum or special needs family systems. We invite you to learn about NeuroDiverse Christian couples to understand those aspects more fully.
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