Marriage counseling can sound so intimidating, right?! Well, Steven Wiese helps to shed some light on why it’s scary, but why its also so important! This is part 4 in the “divorce prevention” series.

Get excited folks! For the next several weeks, we are going to be discussing how to prevent divorce by having a thriving and healthy marriage (from the perspective a reclaimed, divorce woman). In this intro episode, Ellie Herringshaw talks with her father, Mark Herringshaw about why this is an important topic and the seriousness of the marriage covenant.

In this 50th episode of Hope Reclaimed, Ellie Herringshaw is interviewed by her father, Mark Herringshaw about her first reaction to discovering her ex-husband’s affair. At the core, this episode discusses the importance of turning to Jesus in the midst of tragedy.

When we’ve been hurt by someone, it can be an easy step to begin tearing down that person with our words. In this episode of The Rclaimed Podcast, Ellie Herringshaw sits down with her father, Mark Herringshaw to discuss the importance of forgiveness and choosing to honor our former spouses even though they are no longer in our lives.

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.

After stressful and traumatic events such as divorce, self care is a must! However, it can be challenging to take the time and the energy to be kind to ourselves. In this episode, Ellie Herringshaw dialogues with returning guest, Mel Noel about self care, self compassion and identity. Contrary to what we might believe, self care is not selfish. “We cannot give out of an empty cup.” Self care simply all boils down to self awareness, hearing the voice of God for what we actually need, and setting boundaries for ourselves and those around us.