Zach and Laura is getting excited for the new year and closing in on episode 52, one full year of weekly podcasts. Zach shared a winter dad joke. A Greek myth leads them into a dynamic conversation about couples in deep conflict.
Zach and Laura took last week off to explore Seattle’s culinary delights, but they are back this week to offer great insight into keeping your emotional accounts full.
Laura is loving her single serving guacamole. Zach is craving another nap under his weighted blanket. But more important, Zach and Laura discuss the impact of traditional relationship roles and the need for shared power.
Zach is back from Cabo, Laura shows a lack of interest in deformed digits, and they both share some of the secrets to a happy relationship. They draw on both research and personal experience to provide some actionable tips to improve your marriage.
Laura is flying solo while Zach lounges in Mexico. After recovering from seeing a picture of Zach’s hairy toes, Laura brings you a great challenge to spice up your love life.
While Zach lounges in Cabo, Laura introduces the show from snowy Salt Lake City. Even though Laura’s mic had issues, she and Zach share some great insight regarding managing the device you are most likely listening to this on. Be sure to check out our sponsor Bagby on Etsy and be sure to use Code MTR55 for a great discount.
Zach and Laura offer their perspective on adding some interest and life back into a relationship that may be stuck in boring town. Laura makes a bold personal commitment and Zach shares some exciting family news. On this Valentine’s day share some kind words (and maybe this podcast) with the one you love.
Zach and Laura talk through their favorite resources for couples. They’re not what you think. Zach unleashes some pretty sweet “dad-jokes” and Laura tries not to laugh. Be sure to check out some of these resources and let us know what you think.
Zach places a bet that he’s getting less. Laura places a bet that she’s getting more. They move on to discuss the impact of children on the marriage and how to protect the relationship from the major change they bring.