[amazon asin=B007M9D6L2&template=thumbnail1]Guest 1: Kathleen Holtz Deal, coauthor of Two Plus Two.
Topic: Couples and their couple friendships.
Issues: Friendships have been linked to healthier, happier, and longer lives—but very little research has been done on couples’ friendships with other couples; how couple friendships can enhance or undermine a marriage or relationship; how couples seek, form, and maintain friendships with other couples; what if you like one member of the couple but not the other? how does divorce affect couples’ friendships? And much more.

[amazon asin=0399533079&template=thumbnail1]Guest 2: Lucy Jane Miller, author of Sensational Kids.
Topic: Hope and help for children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).
Issues:What may be typical activities for most kids become daily struggles that may result in social, emotional, or academic problems. Symptoms and signs of SPD and its subtypes; ways the disorder is diagnosed and treated; strategies for coping with it; advocacy method.

[amazon asin=1599956829&template=thumbnail1]Guest 3: Norman Wright, author of How to Speak Your Spouse’s Language.
Topic: Ten easy steps to great communication from one of America’s foremost counselors.
Issues: Couples often wonder, “Who is this person I married?” “What language is s/he speaking?” Dr. Wright shows how to uncover your partner’s communication style, learn to match it, and finally, connect.