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The IMbetween Podcast is a conversation on marriage, parenting, faith, and everything in between. With your co-hosts, Daniel and Christina Im, you will laugh and learn to build a strong, connected, and joy-filled marriage + family. On this podcast, you will hear how to raise emotionally healthy children, ideas to keep the romance alive with your spouse, how to not hate your in-laws, and how to use the Enneagram in your relationships. Daniel is an author, pastor, and Gallup strengths performa ...
 
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This episode is just in time for the holidays! Are you looking for the PERFECT gift to give to your loved one, friend, co-worker, or neighbor? Are you tired of dropping hints to your loved ones about what you want, only to be disappointed by their gift-giving? If you want to give or receive the perfect gift, the Enneagram can help guide you. Dr. Dr…
 
In Episode 149, we chat with Scott James about Celebrating Jesus in the Advent season with your family. For those of you that would like to observe Advent together as a family, but don’t know where to start, this episode is for you. Or, if you have been celebrating Advent together as a family for a number of years, but looking to do something a lit…
 
In Episode 148, we are chatting with Karen Ehman about How to Break The Pattern of People Pleasing and Confidently Live Your Life. As we enter into the holidays, there are many times we bend over backward or say “YES!" to many situations that we look back and wish we had said no. Whether it’s packing the calendar with holiday parties, or hosting Ch…
 
In Episode 147, we have the great honor of interviewing Ruth Chou Simons. Y’all…this was such an incredible discussion as we jump right into why we need to stop pretending we have it altogether, the gospel of self-improvement and why we need to replace it with the gospel of life-transforming grace. We talk about growing up in a shame based househol…
 
Research shows that worry has a trickle-down effect from parent to child. Thus, it's important that parents learn how to manage their worries so that they can cultivate a more peaceful environment for their children. It is possible to give your children (both young and older) the tools for coping with worry and the ability to think differently abou…
 
There has been a lot of talk about personal burnout as the result of everything we have been experiencing. In the same breath, there have been lots of conversations about how we can practice self-care to improve/protect our mental health and overall well-being. And while these conversations are important, one crucial piece of the puzzle has not bee…
 
After studying thousands of couples for over 4 decades, Dr. John Gottman found that the difference between happy and unhappy couples is not how much they fight, how often they have sex, or how much money is in their bank accounts. Instead, it is how often they turn toward each other instead of turning away from one another. In episode 144, Daniel a…
 
After a year of ups and downs, loss of power and control, children in and out of school, and working from home, our lives have become more chaotic than ever before. Are you ready to bring peace into your home? In Episode 143, Laura Hernandez shares with us her proven customized systems that have brought calm and order into her family of 12. If you …
 
Is it possible for you and your spouse to live in the same house, sleep in the same bed, eat dinner around the same table, be quarantined in the same space, and feel utterly alone? Absolutely. And if you feel this way, you are not alone. It happens more often than couples talk about or are willing to confess. Researcher and psychologist, Dr. John G…
 
What is the purpose behind your parenting? What are you aiming for? In Episode 141, we interview Dave and Ann Wilson about the parenting secret that changes everything. Dave and Ann share their hard-earned but easy-to-apply principles that ensure a strong parent-to-child relationship and a strong foundation for your child in every stage of their li…
 
Have you ever considered going to couples counseling, but were afraid of the unknown? The first step is often the hardest because you are not sure what to expect. In Episode 140, we interview Monica DiCristina, a Licensed Professional Counselor, about some tell-tale signs your relationship could benefit from counseling. We also discuss what to expe…
 
Parenting isn’t for wimps, especially when it comes to navigating the crucial conversations that we must have with our kids. Jimmy and Kristin Scroggins have had plenty of crucial conversations in their lives—not only with their own eight children but with parents who are scared and seeking wisdom. In Episode 139, Jimmy and Kristin share the "conve…
 
12 years ago, Emily Ley found herself with a life she didn’t love. But instead of just settling, she dug deep and did the hard work of changing her life. In Episode 138, Emily shares with us about her journey from "Unsatisfied Emily" to the founder of Simplified, a successful brand of planners and home organizational tools for busy women. Emily cre…
 
In every conflict, there are two options: to go down the road of an argument or open the doors to a deeper conversation which can lead to a greater understanding between you and your spouse. As John Gottman’s research has shown, it doesn’t actually matter what you fight about. What matters is how you repair your relationship after the fight. In Epi…
 
Toxic relationships drain us, consume our brain space, and steal our joy. We've all experienced the aftermath of a toxic person's destruction, but do we all know what to do next? In Episode 136, we interview Gary Thomas about the tall-tell signs of a toxic person and how to walk away from this relationship in freedom and without guilt. We can't let…
 
Do you live your life trying to avoid pain? Maybe you've pretended everything is fine even though you feel like you are crumbling inside. While most people would never choose to go through a difficult season, we have all walked through some very dark days. In Episode 135, we interview Lisa Harper about the hidden treasure of difficult times and why…
 
The Enneagram is a tool that can help us grow in our understanding of ourselves and each other. In Episode 134, we want to take a deeper dive into the Enneagram as it pertains to parenting. Many teachers of the Enneagram do not recommend typing your children, so that is not what we will be doing in this episode. Instead, we will be discussing each …
 
The 5 Love Languages has helped millions of relationships, marriages, and families grow in their love and understanding for one another. In a blended family, The 5 Love Languages can help build your love for each other too, but with some unique parameters. In Episode 133, we interview Ron Deal—the leading national expert and the most widely read an…
 
Why is it so hard to say, "I'm sorry?" If you’ve been married longer than a week, you’ve probably already realized that there is no such thing as a perfect marriage. You will have disagreements, misunderstandings, hurt feelings, or trust broken. Making mistakes is what makes us human. But, when you’ve hurt your spouse, knowing the right way to apol…
 
Many times we do not set boundaries because we feel the need to help others or we fear disappointing them. While helping others is not wrong, if you feel like you can’t say no because you’re afraid of disappointing the other person, or you feel like you are giving so much of yourself that you are exhausted or in deep emotional pain, it has crossed …
 
Money is often the source of many marital conflicts and has been one of the top reasons for divorce. But, it doesn't have to be this way! In Episode 130, we interview #1 New York Times bestselling author and money expert Rachel Cruze about the money advice married couples should not ignore. When couples understand why they handle money the way they…
 
As a family, the New Year is a great opportunity to decide together what habits and rhythms of life you want to live out in 2021. It’s also a great time to come together and set some family goals for the upcoming year too. And, that’s why in today’s episode, we want to share 4 Life-Changing Near Year’s Resolutions for your family to make this year.…
 
When the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, many of us breathed a sigh of relief. Finally…2020 is over! Kiss me, we survived! What many of us may have not done is talk about how the last year has been because how do you put into words what 2020 has done to us? In many ways, 2020 has been traumatizing. What was is no longer what is. That much …
 
When you’re sitting down with your not-yet-born children, grandchildren, or great-grandchildren, what are you going to say about 2020? And when you read through the not-yet-written history books outlining the COVID-19/coronavirus global pandemic of 2020, what lens will you be looking through? What words will you use to describe this unprecedented y…
 
Shutdowns. Stay-at-home orders. Canceled holiday plans. Christmas certainly looks different this year. And while we may feel like we can't celebrate anything, does everything need to be perfect for us to have a reason to celebrate? Can we experience joy even when we are suffering? In Episode 126, Daniel and Christina interview author and advocate, …
 
Fake news. Online rage. Canceled out. Silenced. Echo chambers. These phrases did not mean much a decade ago, but they are prevalent today. In a world that relies heavily on digital communication, it is becoming more and more difficult to tease out what is real and what is fake. In Episode 125, Daniel and Christina interview Dan Darling about the im…
 
The holidays are known to be the most stressful time of the year. And perhaps this statement rings true in your own life. But, it doesn't have to be this way! In episode 124, Daniel and Christina share the 5 questions you need to ask your spouse before the holidays start. With a little bit of planning ahead and some cozy couch discussions, this Chr…
 
In light of November being National Adoption Month, Daniel and Christina Im interview Jamie and Aaron Ivey about their adoption story. They have four children, three of whom are teenagers, and one preteen. 15 years ago, they started building their family through adoption — 2 international and 1 domestic. Jamie and Aaron honestly share about their e…
 
Raise your hand if you've ever yelled at your child? And at the moment it felt good to blow off some steam, but afterward, you feel terribly guilty, right? We know how it feels because we used to be serial screamers. Thankfully, both of us have learned and grown through these experiences. In episode 122, Daniel and Christina share what it means to …
 
Have you ever made a decision that you later regretted? Do you wish you knew how to make wiser choices instead of repeating the mistakes over and over again? In Episode 121, Daniel and Christina interview Enneagram teacher, Dr. Drew Moser, about how you can make wiser decisions by asking yourself these nine Enneagram questions. In This Episode, You…
 
Do you find yourself currently frustrated with a relationship in your life? Perhaps you've been ghosted and you aren't sure what you did. Perhaps you constantly feel aggravated by a person with who you were once close. It is natural for friendships to change over time, but it can cause hurt, confusion, and frustration if you aren't sure why it happ…
 
A recent survey shows that 8 out of 10 people feel we are completely, hopelessly divided from one another. Do you feel the same way? We have come to the point where we are valuing being right over valuing those around us. In a culture of polarization, do we have to join in? In Episode 119, Daniel and Christina interview Sharon Hersh about how peace…
 
Do you remember how easy it was to make friends in kindergarten? Do you wish it was still as simple? With the number of people we meet in-person and online, work with, and become friends within our lifetime, learning how to be successful in friendships is a crucial life skill to have. That’s why in today’s episode, we want to do a crash course on e…
 
During the Strengths Based Parenting episode, we mentioned 10 themes that you can start to spot in your child. Here is how to spot the Relating Theme in your child. The Relating Theme: 0:54 Characteristics of the Relating child 1:44 Emerging signs of the Relating theme 3:08 Action items for parents with a Relating themed child Resources And Quotes …
 
If there’s anything that’s tested our resilience as parents, it’s COVID. Schooling at home or in person, masks/no masks, bus/no bus, having others over or not; the choices seem endless and the stakes seem really high. In the midst of all of these difficult decisions, parenting sometimes feels very weighty. In Episode 117, Daniel and Christina inter…
 
The Presence Theme: 0:56 Characteristics of the Presence child 2:16 Emerging signs of the Presence theme 3:14 Action items for parents with a Presence themed child Resources And Quotes Mentioned During This Episode: Listen to our previous episode about Strengths Based Parenting Listen to our previous mini episode about The Achiever Child, The Carin…
 
Having choices is both a blessing and a curse; it is a blessing to be able to make choices and not be forced into a decision. However, when you cannot decide —when there are too many choices — you can start to feel overwhelmed or stuck. In Episode 116, Daniel and Christina give you 3 things to do when you cannot make a decision. In This Episode, Yo…
 
During the Strengths Based Parenting episode, we mentioned 10 themes that you can start to spot in your child. Here is how to spot the Organizer Theme in your child. The Future Thinker Theme: 1:18 Characteristics of the Organizer child 2:33 Emerging signs of the Organizer theme 4:07 Action items for parents with an Organizer themed child Resources …
 
In Episode 115, Daniel and Christina interview Myquillyn Smith about how you can practice hospitality in every season of life including hosting others during a pandemic. In This Episode, You Will Hear About: How to transition your home from one season to the next, even if the weather isn't co-operating How "shopping your own home" will save you tim…
 
Is there a way to fight with your spouse without the argument blowing up into World War III? We previously discussed what to do with perpetual conflicts and how a conflict-free marriage should not be your goal because it’s impossible. In Episode 114, we want to dive deeper into those “solvable conflicts” and how you can fight with your spouse witho…
 
Prayer can feel daunting, especially with the busyness of life. Where to begin? What to say? How do you make time to pray when you don't even have time to think? On today's mini episode, Chrystal Evans Hurst takes us on a guided journey to develop a powerful daily prayer life. Transforming Your Conversation With God: 1:24 What does "pray without ce…
 
There has recently been a heightened awareness of human trafficking in the news and on social media. While there are many conspiracy theories floating around, one thing is certain: There are an estimated 40 million people trapped in slavery around the world. If that’s the reality for 40 million people, we can no longer choose ignorance of this issu…
 
During the Strengths Based Parenting episode, we mentioned 10 themes that you can start to spot in your child. Here is how to spot the Future Thinker Theme in your child. The Future Thinker Theme: 2:35 Characteristics of the Future Thinker child 3:22 Emerging signs of the Future Thinker theme 5:24 Action items for parents with a Future Thinker them…
 
How do you keep your sex life active after becoming parents? How do you find the time to be intimate with your spouse when you are exhausted, there are hungry mouths to feed, dishes to be done, and homework to help complete? In Episode 112, Daniel and Christina interview author and speaker Sheila Wray Gregoire about how to prioritize sex with your …
 
During the Strengths Based Parenting episode, we mentioned 10 themes that you can start to spot in your child. Here is how to spot the Discoverer Theme in your child. The Discoverer Theme: 2:04 Characteristics of the Discoverer child 4:03 Emerging signs of the Discoverer theme 7:05 Action items for parents with a Discoverer-themed child Resources A…
 
Do you sleep 8 hours a night and still wake up feeling tired? Do you find yourself feeling exhausted, even though you’ve had your second cup of coffee and put your feet up to rest while checking social media? In Episode 111, Daniel and Christina interview Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith about the 7 different kinds of rest and why you need each one to live…
 
During the Strengths Based Parenting episode, we mentioned 10 themes that you can start to spot in your child. Here is how to spot the Dependability Theme in your child. The Dependability Theme: 1:36 Characteristics of the Dependable child 2:30 Emerging signs of the Dependability theme 4:43 Action items for parents with a Dependability-themed child…
 
Porn is a billion-dollar industry and a national epidemic that aims to turn your children into addicts. If the porn industry can get your kids addicted while they are young, they know they will grow into porn-addicted adults, and thus make money off of them for years to come. In Episode 110, Daniel and Christina interview Rosie Makinney about pract…
 
During the Strengths Based Parenting episode, we mentioned 10 themes that you can start to spot in your child. Here is how to spot the Confidence Theme in your child. The Confidence Theme: 0:55 Characteristics of the Confident child 1:38 Emerging signs of the Confidence theme 3:37 Action items for parents with a Confidence-themed child Resources An…
 
Help! My spouse is addicted to porn! If these words are familiar, this episode is for you. Porn is a billion-dollar industry and a national epidemic that is seeping into our homes and taking marriages captive. In Episode 109, Daniel and Christina interview Rosie Makinney about how you can fight against porn in your marriage and family. IMBETWEEN FB…
 
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