Life can be difficult! So where do we find the help we need in facing real-life challenges? Lifestyle Magazine is a weekly talk show designed to address the health, relationship, and social issues people face every day. Hosts Mike and Gayle Tucker interview a variety of authors, experts, and interesting guests who share their stories and practical advice. Lifestyle Magazine is modeled after Christ.
Ruta Lee interviews Stafanie Powers and Debbie Reynolds.
Ruta Lee sits down with Rip Taylor to talk about the abuse he suffered as a child and how he overcame it.
Ruta Lee interviews Reverend Dr. Della Reese on her humble beginnings as a gospel and then R&B SInger.
Dr. Kevin Leman shares his findings on how birth order can influence why we are who we are.
Ken Coopers was a respected public relations offial, but his alter ego turned him into Florida’s notorious Gentleman Bank Robber.
Marriages are ending at an alarming rate and now, it’s the woman choosing to end the marriage. What’s causing this trend?
Harmony Dust, former exotic dancer and author of Scars and Stilettos, shares her story of being a graduate with a master’s degree to being a stripper.
Rebecca Alonzo’s family was terrorized by a man who eventually shot her parents. Author of The Devil in Pew Number Seven, shares her ordeal and healing.
You can fill your plate and still lose weight on The Full Plate Diet. One of the plan’s creators, Dr. Diana Fleming, is here today to tell us all about this new approach to getting back into shape and staying fit.
Every relationship needs boundaries. Psychologist Dr. Henry Cloud, author of, Boundaries, has helped countless couples know what boundaries are, and how to set them.
Interviews with Cincinnati Reds pitcher Frank Pastore. Frank grew up in a dysfunctional family, became an atheist, and now has a great story to share.
Dr. John McDougall and Dr. Hans Diehl discuss heart disease and how you can reverse this deadly health condition through diet.
Depression can seem overwhelming. But there is a way to beat it, and author Dr. Thelma Wells shares how.
We’ve heard that communication is the key to a healthy marriage. Steven Stosny, Ph.D. tells us that you CAN improve your marriage without talking.
Author Kevin Leman shows women how making a few changes can revolutionize their relationships and bring out the very best in their husbands and children.
Can husband and wife to be equal partners in a relationship? Willie and Elaine Oliver discuss marriage partnerships, division of labor and head-of-household concepts.
It’s really very simple to get healthy and to stay that way, according to Drs. Alona Pulde and Matthew Lederman. Dr. John McDougall joins the discussion.
Did you know that most of us operate from our left-brain hemisphere? Join Melanie West as she helps us navigate this mental maze.
Join us in this riveting discussion about religion and politics with guest David Aikman.
60% of second marriages fail. Dr. Les Parrott shows how you can beat the odds and make remarriage the best thing that’s ever happened to you.
In 2004 Tina Zahn drove up to a bridge and jumped. Miraculously, a state trooper caught her wrist and saved her. In this episode Zahn shares what led to her severe depression and how she was able to return to hope.
Optimal female health is dependent on many factors, and Dr. Bob DeMaria shares how women can balance their ever-changing hormones through proper care and diet.
Author and speaker Deborah Smith Pegues shares real-life dumb choices of ordinary people and biblical characters and reveals the secrets for making good decisions.
In this Mad About Marriage episode, marriage and family therapist Dr. Linda Mintle dispels relationship myths that can hinder one’s marriage. She is the author of I Married You, Not Your Family, and Nine Other Relationship Myths That Can Ruin Your Marriage.
Dr. Anthony Cardillo and Dr. Becky Wang identify the side effects of various common medications.
Dr. Henry Cloud shares why at various times in one’s life, it is necessary to end a relationship, whether it be personal or professional.
Terry Caffey from Across America Ministries discusses how he lost his wife and kids through a violent homicide, and how God brought him out of that darkness to a place of salvation and healing.
Margaret Brownley, author of Grieving God’s Way, shares helpful tips for working through one’s grief.
A lively discussion with Dr. Hans Diehl and Dr. John McDougall on various health issues and how they can be alleviated or eliminated through proper dietary care and exercise.
Psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman walks readers through their own personal five-day action plan to change their lives by concentrating on becoming who they really want to be.
In her signature honest and transparent style, author Donna Partow joins us to offer encouragement and help for women who “signed up for” a great marriage, lifelong friendships, and vibrant health, but now find themselves in a life they didn’t sign up for.
Dr. Anthony Cardillo and Dr. Becky Wang help you determine if you are having an actual heart attack or just experiencing symptoms of a bad meal.
There are many adult children who continue to make life painful for their parents and grandparents. Author Allison Bottke shares how we can establish boundaries with our dysfunctional adult children to enable hope and healing to take place.
Marriage and family counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich share the various styles of love and why our relationships with our spouses and kids are the way they are. This show was awarded a Silver Remi Award at the Worldfest-Houston International Film & Video Festival in 2013.
What is negaholism? Are you a negaholic? How do you handle the complainers in your life? Carol Cannon, author of Hooked on Unhappiness, answers these questions and more.
Dr. Michael Gerson and Sheila Matthews join Mike and Gayle Tucker to discuss parenting and how labeling one’s child can be destructive, and how it can sabotage the child for a lifetime.
There’s a lot of research on the prevention side of medicine – but what if we look at not just preventing illness but getting to the next level. Can we actually step up physical well-being to improve such things as eyesight or to obtain more energy? Dr. Becky Wang and Dr. Anthony Cardillo share their study on this particular subject. Special cooking segment: Vegetarian cookbook author and instructor Debi Pedersen shows Mike and Gayle how to adapt a meal like Hachis Parmentier (Cottage or Shepherd’s Pie) or Zucchini Bateaux to make it meatless and still delicious.
On this Mad About Marriage episode, authors Dr. Charles Schmitz and Dr. Elizabeth Schmitz shed light on how to make a marriage successful and long-lasting. The Schmitz discuss their most recent book, Building A Love That Lasts, with hosts Mike and Gayle Tucker.
Striving for perfection may be an all too familiar topic for women and men alike. Author and humorist Nancy Kennedy shares her thoughts on making peace with imperfection by recognizing God’s love for us as we are. Kennedy discusses how the perfect woman, such as the Proverbs 31 woman, does not exist.
Is your body in need of a detox? Dr. Robert Demaria, author of Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Detoxification, offers his practical advice for improving health without drugs.
Is teen violence on the rise? Patti Giggans, executive director of Peace Over Violence, and Mikell Crumble, a Peace Over Violence volunteer, discuss the frequency of teen violence in our society today, reasons for its occurrence, ways to curb it, and how to offer support to those in need. Chef Debi Pedersen shares her recipes for an international breakfast at the end.
Former professional baseball star and current Christian radio host Frank Pastore shares his journey from atheism to finding God’s love. Pastore describes his transformation in his book, Shattered, providing a meaningful understanding of what it means to be a Christian.
Hosts Mike and Gayle Tucker welcome Dr. Thelma Wells, author of Ready to Win Over Worry and Anxiety. Wells discusses how to overcome anxiety, a biological response to fear. According to Wells, a key step in defeating anxiety and worry is to know that you are loved.
Hosts Mike and Gayle Tucker are joined by Dr. David Schnarch, a licensed clinical psychologist, director of the Marriage and Family Health Center in Evergreen, Colorado, and author. Dr. Schnarch answers common questions on intimacy in a marriage and the relationship between spirituality and sex.
Dr. Carla Hannaford speaks about the benefits of movement and activity from before birth to the end of life. Hannaford shares information from her book, Smart Moves, that shows the effects of movement and relaxation on brain functioning and development. David Garcia and Sandra Rocha from the Learning Gym contribute to the discussion on movement and overall health.
Elizabeth Brown, author of Living Successfully with Screwed-Up People, reveals how to make relationships work with difficult people and challenging situations. Special cooking segment: Vegetarian cookbook author and instructor Debi Pedersen cooks with Mike and Gayle.
On this episode of Mad About Marriage Joe Beam, author of Getting Past Guilt and founder of LovePath, discusses how to deal with guilt in a healthy way.
Dave Schmelzer, author of Not the Religious Type, shares how he went from being an atheist to becoming a man of great faith. He’s created a place where faith can blossom in the very secular, skeptical world of Harvard University.
Did you ever think the color of what you eat could have something to do with your overall health? On today’s show we’ll show you how to unlock that color code. Dr. David Heber, the founding director of the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition and author of the book What Color is Your Diet? is here to show us how colors can improve your health and even help us lose weight.
Did you know that what we think can be toxic to our bodies? Dr. Caroline Leaf, researcher and author of Who Switched Off My Brain? discusses how to avoid toxic thought patterns and how we can achieve our greatest potential for healthy living.
You’ve heard it said that time is money. On this Mad About Marriage episode Laura Vanderkam, author of 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think, is going to help us learn to better manage these two precious resources as a means to improving our marriage. Vanderkam has practical advice on how to fit all the important and essential things you need to do, including sleep, into your busy life.
There’s no pain like that of losing a child. Our guest Elizabeth Brown, author of Surviving the Loss of a Child, will show us some specific steps toward grief recovery.
Our guest is Dr. Linda Mintle, one of the nation’s leading authorities on eating disorders. She’s the author of Making Peace with Your Thighs: Get Off the Scale and Get On with Your Life. She’s here to create a paradigm shift in women’s thinking about body image.
In this Lifestyle Magazine episode our celebrity co-host Ruta Lee sits down with Chelsie Hightower from “Dancing With the Stars” and everyone’s favorite coroner, Robert David Hall from “CSI”.
Our friend Ruta Lee sits down with actress and former Miss America Lee Meriwether. Later, Ruta interviews Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek.