Jan 04
Reflection Through Film: Using Movies to Examine, Discuss, and Strengthen Your Relationship
One of the realities in this culture is that despite the emotional, financial, social and cultural challenges, people still want to marry. In fact, they not onlywant to be married, they want their marriages to sustain. Thousands of self-help books on marriage will attest to the fact that most couples don’t want their relationship to end in divorce.

On this show, Dr. Ron Rogge, psychologist, professor discusses his research involving three important interventions to reduce marital distress and dissolution. In the back and forth with host, Suzanne Phillips, Dr. Rogge reveals his unexpected findings in the research’s three-year follow-up regarding the use of movies to strengthen relationships. With interesting comments and examples, he gives listeners the information, the “ how to” and the rationale for a technique they can use at any point throughout their marriage.

Featured Contributors

I play football, basketball, hockey, baseball, hunt & fish. I love America, MSU, Jesus & Anaheim Ducks, family & whoever is playing UM!
James B. McFarland graduated from MSU in 1971 with a degree in Multi-Disciplinary Social Science. In the 1970's he work in the mental health field, se...
Bronwen Gates is a graduate of Cambridge University in England where she earned a degree in Natural Sciences. Following her passion to inspire people...

Popular Articles

For centuries in China, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), have been used to boost...
Vitamins and minerals are nutrients that the body requires to function properly. Vitamins can be fat...
In psychology and psychiatry, the term ‘dissociation’ is seen as a detachment of the mind from the e...

Popular Blogs

It's been called the third eye and is located in the center of your forehead. You may have also hear...
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial...
Oh, you're going to laugh alright, but not just at the funny clothes you wore, or how naïve you thou...