Ellie invited her boyfriend on the podcast to talk about their relationship and the challenges of Dating After Divorce after only dating a few months. Cute or crazy? You decide! Austin Collins has been on the podcast before and shared his story of healing from divorce.

Before you have flashbacks of Jr. High Youth Group, take a breather and actually listen to this episode! Ellie Herringshaw interviews her brother and sister-in-law Michael and Jenna Herringshaw about their convictions around sexual purity in relationships. Whether you believe their opinion or not, it’s good to have a conviction around sexual purity before going into any dating relationships – especially one after divorce.

Part 2 of our Dating After Divorce series features Annie Davis. After years of being in an unhealthy marriage, Annie finally saw the dysfunction in her marriage and took steps towards divorce and reclaiming independence. Dating after divorce is not easy and Annie has a few stories and insights to share with us.

This one’s good, you guys! One of my favorite couples is here to talk about honesty and communication! Jim and Lynne Jackson have been married for thirty-three years and they are the founders of Connected Families, a Christ-centered parenting organization. You don’t want to miss this episode with this powerhouse couple!

For several years in high school, Natalie Kraemer experienced sexual abuse by a boyfriend. In this episode of Hope Reclaimed, Natalie shares with Ellie Herringshaw how she reclaimed her body image and confidence after feeling hopeless and worthless for so many years. Natalie is on a mission to show other women just how beautiful and worthy they are, no matter how badly they have been abused.

After a traumatic event you may be asking yourself, “Am I crazy?” The truth is, you’re not! There are a number of normal or typical responses that individuals have to trauma and in this episode of The Rclaimed Podcast, we talk about that! Ellie Herringshaw sits down with Dr. Kristen Eliason, Ph.D. and talks about trauma, therapy, avoidance and resentment.