Marriage Builders® Radio
By Marriage Builders, Inc.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Why do people fall in love?
Why do they fall out of Love?
How can their love be restored?
How can a terrible marriage become a terrific marriage?
These are some of the questions that psychologist and best-selling author of “His Needs, Her Needs,” Dr. Bill Harley and his wife, veteran radio host and producer, Joyce Harley, answer on their weekday radio show, Marriage Builders® Radio. The program’s email and call-in format provides listeners an opportunity to ask Dr. Harley their marriage-related questions directly – and get advice and answers that you will find helpful. Topics discussed include infidelity, abuse, neglect, communication skills, restoring love, restoring trust, counseling & therapy, and so much more! The listener is also updated on the latest marriage and family research, tends and issues.
The Marriage Builders Radio app is also you way to submit a question directly to Dr. Harley. And as a BONUS, if your question is answered on the radio program, you will be sent a free book from Marriage Builders!
What's New in Version 3.2.1
Minor bug fixes
I love this couple!
These two know so much about how marriage can work. They’ve helped us, so much with our marriage and more. They offer humor along with relevant advice. I read that Dr. Harley’s counseling is over 90% effective, where most marriage counselors are around 17%. I recommend this app to all married and future married couples!
Great app - free
96% marriage save rate in Dr Harley's practice. This is the daily radio broadcasts of him and his wife.
Good enough to give a listen.
I have read Dr.Harleys books and have found other marriage books more resourceful.The radio show is sometimes good,and I listen on the way to work.It can get quite boring and if you don't mind paying for past episodes when podcasts are free then go for it. The only complaint I have is that he and his wife are very old school and somethings are hard to agree on.The opening song is bad and sounds like an outdated opening to a tv show.