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Talk show about everyday topics couple face in relationships.

Latest Episodes

Is Paying The Bills Just Enough- Episode 8

EIn this episode we talked about should you be content with your spouse just going to work and bringing his or her money home to just pay the bills or do you need more in your relationship? There are some individuals that feel that they have these demanding jobs and they make a lot of money or more money than you, so you don’t have to worry about things not getting paid but don’t count on them for much else. They may even take these jobs that require lots of traveling to avoid being present in the day to day relationship, but they bring home the money. This can be challenging if kids are in the equation. Or are you the one that says hey he or she can do whatever as long as you don’t find out about it and they keep your lifestyle status at a certain level? Me myself as a mother and wife that just don’t work for me. Call me greedy, but I want it all. I need you to be emotionally present and help with the day to activities as well as pay the bills.

4 MINMAR 26
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Is Paying The Bills Just Enough- Episode 8

Friends With Your Ex- Episode 7

EThe question posed is can you be friends with your ex and not let it affect your marriage? It takes boundaries and maturity and clear communication from all parties involved. Now if children are involved then you definitely have to put the kids’ needs first before your personal feelings. You all should be able to get along cordially for the sake of the children so they don’t feel like they have to choose sides.

35 MINMAR 23
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Friends With Your Ex- Episode 7

Family Communication- Episode 5

EThis episode on family communication touched on communication between couples, with the kids and family members. Both my husband and I had different perspectives to share. I want to start off with asking the question of do you listen to respond or listen to acknowledge? Myself being the wife wanted to discuss the importance of understanding each other’s love language and apology language when in a relationship. This is key because if you don’t know what your partner considers love and affection to be then you may feel that you are not on the same page or in sync with your significant other at times. My husband and I did the love language test and discovered that his love language is “quality time, followed by touch” and mines was “acts of service followed by quality time”. Once these were brought out it makes more since on what means the most to each other. We also discussed the 5 different apology languages and how if you don’t know what your partner needs to hear then you c...

55 MINJAN 2
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Family Communication- Episode 5

Holiday Traditions- Episode 4

Since it is the holiday season we thought this would be a great topic to discuss. So the activities that your family do for the holidays would you consider them to be traditional or non traditional? For my husband and myself we both agreed that we grew up doing the typical traditional activities, but as we got older things changed and we grew into more non traditional activities. As a couple you learn to create your own traditions and try to carry on some of the things before that matters most to you. You have to also learn to balance your time visiting between both families during the holidays. As well as a couple you should come up with a plan of the order in which you will visit friends and family and where you will stop by for quick visits and longer visits to eat and relax a bit. This schedule will allow everyone to know what to expect. There are times when certain medical conditions cause you to change up your diet so you are no longer eating the traditional foods during the h...

-1 s2018 DEC 25
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Holiday Traditions- Episode 4

Blended Families- Episode 3

This topic of blended families is near and dear to us as a couple because we are blended ourselves. This was a fun blog to write and we hope that something we share can help someone. On our podcast show we discussed open communication, mutual respect, love and respect, a solid marriage, discipline To start out with open communication. We did a poll and asked: what do you feel is the most important factor in having a balanced blended family? Is it communication or bonding and spending time. Well 40% of the people said communication was most important and 60% of the people said bonding and spending time was most important. One of our viewers said that both are equally important to the family. We felt that communication was most important for us and is key to everything. Being open minded as adults and having good communication together from all parties can help with the blended process. Also understanding the kids have a voice in the process and to involve them. Everyone must respect ...

40 MIN2018 DEC 24
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Blended Families- Episode 3

Dysfunctional Family Issues & Breaking Cycles- Episode 2

This topic can be very sensitive for some. Many families have been exposed to this at some point in their lives. The kids voices often times goes unheard and suppressed which can lead to issues in their adult lives. We began by starting off with the definition of a dysfunctional family. Then ask yourself if you know better, then why not do better? Learning to have knowledge of self meansyou learn to have understanding of your true history in return may alter your previous way of thinking and acting. Alot of the way we take care of our bodies and the foods we grew up eating in the African American household have been traditionally known for giving us African Americans high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, and kidney disease. Even with us knowing this we still prepare these foods day in and out for our families which include the children. This is the continuous unhealthy cycle that our kids learn from the adults and later have to deal possible health issues since the o...

33 MIN2018 DEC 24
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Dysfunctional Family Issues & Breaking Cycles- Episode 2

Distractions In A Marriage- Episode 1

This episode talks about do you feel it is okay to go to strip clubs when your married? Also how social media can play a big part in dividing couples due to inappropriate behavior. We touch on the importance in protecting your marriage by being cautious of the behavior and activities that don’t match up with the vows you took. We talk about that and more. So going to the strip clubs when your married was a pretty engaging topic with our live audience when we taped this episode. There were many different views brought up, so I am just going to dive into it. First we discussed if you are married you should not be entitled to look at another person in the way that you do in strip clubs because God made the husband and wife to be as one. So when going to these type of atmospheres it invite sin and negative energy into your home. It brings on thoughts of another person and it leads to some people wanting to react on those thoughts. Someone else brought up that they feel it’s okay if th...

44 MIN2018 DEC 16
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Distractions In A Marriage- Episode 1

Setting Expectations In A Relationship-Pilot Episode

Are you setting realistic or fantasy goals in your relationship? There are some conversations that you should have before entering and while in a relationship before entering into a marriage so that you both can understand where each other is coming from and set some foundation. What do you expect from your significant other or spouse? Society has labeled women as being the one who is primarly responsible for cooking and cleaning, but what if your roles are reversed or those duties are shared? As the wife I can cook, but my husband does majority of the cooking since he likes it more than I do. In our house we work together as a team; whoever cooks then the other puts away the food and cleans up the kitchen. We do have two different styles of cooking, I am more a recipe type with instructions and measurements type of cooker. My husband can just cook with feelings and love ( I think this is enough). Who should be in charge of the finances? Is it the one that is more organized or the o...

34 MIN2018 DEC 11
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Setting Expectations In A Relationship-Pilot Episode
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Latest Episodes

Is Paying The Bills Just Enough- Episode 8

EIn this episode we talked about should you be content with your spouse just going to work and bringing his or her money home to just pay the bills or do you need more in your relationship? There are some individuals that feel that they have these demanding jobs and they make a lot of money or more money than you, so you don’t have to worry about things not getting paid but don’t count on them for much else. They may even take these jobs that require lots of traveling to avoid being present in the day to day relationship, but they bring home the money. This can be challenging if kids are in the equation. Or are you the one that says hey he or she can do whatever as long as you don’t find out about it and they keep your lifestyle status at a certain level? Me myself as a mother and wife that just don’t work for me. Call me greedy, but I want it all. I need you to be emotionally present and help with the day to activities as well as pay the bills.

4 MINMAR 26
Comments
Is Paying The Bills Just Enough- Episode 8

Friends With Your Ex- Episode 7

EThe question posed is can you be friends with your ex and not let it affect your marriage? It takes boundaries and maturity and clear communication from all parties involved. Now if children are involved then you definitely have to put the kids’ needs first before your personal feelings. You all should be able to get along cordially for the sake of the children so they don’t feel like they have to choose sides.

35 MINMAR 23
Comments
Friends With Your Ex- Episode 7

Family Communication- Episode 5

EThis episode on family communication touched on communication between couples, with the kids and family members. Both my husband and I had different perspectives to share. I want to start off with asking the question of do you listen to respond or listen to acknowledge? Myself being the wife wanted to discuss the importance of understanding each other’s love language and apology language when in a relationship. This is key because if you don’t know what your partner considers love and affection to be then you may feel that you are not on the same page or in sync with your significant other at times. My husband and I did the love language test and discovered that his love language is “quality time, followed by touch” and mines was “acts of service followed by quality time”. Once these were brought out it makes more since on what means the most to each other. We also discussed the 5 different apology languages and how if you don’t know what your partner needs to hear then you c...

55 MINJAN 2
Comments
Family Communication- Episode 5

Holiday Traditions- Episode 4

Since it is the holiday season we thought this would be a great topic to discuss. So the activities that your family do for the holidays would you consider them to be traditional or non traditional? For my husband and myself we both agreed that we grew up doing the typical traditional activities, but as we got older things changed and we grew into more non traditional activities. As a couple you learn to create your own traditions and try to carry on some of the things before that matters most to you. You have to also learn to balance your time visiting between both families during the holidays. As well as a couple you should come up with a plan of the order in which you will visit friends and family and where you will stop by for quick visits and longer visits to eat and relax a bit. This schedule will allow everyone to know what to expect. There are times when certain medical conditions cause you to change up your diet so you are no longer eating the traditional foods during the h...

-1 s2018 DEC 25
Comments
Holiday Traditions- Episode 4

Blended Families- Episode 3

This topic of blended families is near and dear to us as a couple because we are blended ourselves. This was a fun blog to write and we hope that something we share can help someone. On our podcast show we discussed open communication, mutual respect, love and respect, a solid marriage, discipline To start out with open communication. We did a poll and asked: what do you feel is the most important factor in having a balanced blended family? Is it communication or bonding and spending time. Well 40% of the people said communication was most important and 60% of the people said bonding and spending time was most important. One of our viewers said that both are equally important to the family. We felt that communication was most important for us and is key to everything. Being open minded as adults and having good communication together from all parties can help with the blended process. Also understanding the kids have a voice in the process and to involve them. Everyone must respect ...

40 MIN2018 DEC 24
Comments
Blended Families- Episode 3

Dysfunctional Family Issues & Breaking Cycles- Episode 2

This topic can be very sensitive for some. Many families have been exposed to this at some point in their lives. The kids voices often times goes unheard and suppressed which can lead to issues in their adult lives. We began by starting off with the definition of a dysfunctional family. Then ask yourself if you know better, then why not do better? Learning to have knowledge of self meansyou learn to have understanding of your true history in return may alter your previous way of thinking and acting. Alot of the way we take care of our bodies and the foods we grew up eating in the African American household have been traditionally known for giving us African Americans high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, and kidney disease. Even with us knowing this we still prepare these foods day in and out for our families which include the children. This is the continuous unhealthy cycle that our kids learn from the adults and later have to deal possible health issues since the o...

33 MIN2018 DEC 24
Comments
Dysfunctional Family Issues & Breaking Cycles- Episode 2

Distractions In A Marriage- Episode 1

This episode talks about do you feel it is okay to go to strip clubs when your married? Also how social media can play a big part in dividing couples due to inappropriate behavior. We touch on the importance in protecting your marriage by being cautious of the behavior and activities that don’t match up with the vows you took. We talk about that and more. So going to the strip clubs when your married was a pretty engaging topic with our live audience when we taped this episode. There were many different views brought up, so I am just going to dive into it. First we discussed if you are married you should not be entitled to look at another person in the way that you do in strip clubs because God made the husband and wife to be as one. So when going to these type of atmospheres it invite sin and negative energy into your home. It brings on thoughts of another person and it leads to some people wanting to react on those thoughts. Someone else brought up that they feel it’s okay if th...

44 MIN2018 DEC 16
Comments
Distractions In A Marriage- Episode 1

Setting Expectations In A Relationship-Pilot Episode

Are you setting realistic or fantasy goals in your relationship? There are some conversations that you should have before entering and while in a relationship before entering into a marriage so that you both can understand where each other is coming from and set some foundation. What do you expect from your significant other or spouse? Society has labeled women as being the one who is primarly responsible for cooking and cleaning, but what if your roles are reversed or those duties are shared? As the wife I can cook, but my husband does majority of the cooking since he likes it more than I do. In our house we work together as a team; whoever cooks then the other puts away the food and cleans up the kitchen. We do have two different styles of cooking, I am more a recipe type with instructions and measurements type of cooker. My husband can just cook with feelings and love ( I think this is enough). Who should be in charge of the finances? Is it the one that is more organized or the o...

34 MIN2018 DEC 11
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Setting Expectations In A Relationship-Pilot Episode
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