Focus on the Family features Dr. Walt and Barb today talking about strengthening your marriage

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August 19, 2021
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Focus on the Family features Dr. Walt and Barb today talking about strengthening your marriage

Focus on the Family is planning to re-air an interview with Barb and me entitled, How Your Differences Strengthen Your Marriage, today, August 19, 2021.

The interview is based upon our best-selling book, His Brain, Her Brain: How divinely designed differences can strengthen your marriage. The book has a 4.5-star average with over 170 ratings on (4.5-star average).


On August 19 (today), the streaming audio of this broadcast will appear on the episode page at this address: along with a brief description of the conversation Barb and I had with Jim Daly. (Note: These pages are scheduled to go live at 3 AM Eastern Time on the day of the broadcast.)

Focus on the Family also has a Facebook page for “insider access” to the daily broadcasts. They would love to have you join the group, and you are welcome to exchange posts with their listeners on the days your program airs. Join the group at

You can also download the Focus Broadcast App for your smartphone. You will also find a list of local radio stations that carry the program in your area on the episode page. Just look for the “Find a Station” button.

Focus on the Family estimates the broadcast will be heard by approximately 2-3 million people in the U.S. alone.

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  1. Dr. Walt, I just listened to your Focus On the Family interview. There are few episodes I’ve been more disappointed in. I’m sure it was not your fault but FotF’s direction and editing. The episode was entirely on the strengths of the woman’s brain and ways they are superior to men in relationships. The only mention of a man’s strengths was that he is designed to fix things and how that interferes with communication.
    I thought sure that they would follow up with another episode on the strength of men’s brains but they did not. Please follow up with them and see if they will do another episode on the other side. They owe it to their male listeners.

  2. Can I simply say what a comfort to find a person that
    genuinely understands what they are discussing online.
    You certainly know how to bring a problem to light and make it important.
    A lot more people really need to look at this and understand this side of your story.
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  3. Coneen Ailey says:

    I just finished reading Bryson City Tales,enjoying it thoroughly! We went there to try to get married in 1973,therefore the book title got my interest. I then read @ back where u were in CO now same town as our granddaughter. Small world , indeed!

    • Coneen,

      Thanks for the note and kind words. You may be interested in knowing that there are now four books that follow our family after the events of Bryson City Tales: (1) Bryson City Season, (2) Bryson City Secrets, (3) The Best Medicine, and (4) coming out in 13 days, The Best Gift. I hope that each is a blessing.

      Dr. Walt

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