Host:Dr. Tim Clinton
Guest:Dr. Sharon May
Married couples naturally long to feel connected, appreciated, vulnerable and intimate with each other. But the painful reality for many is that their difficult and emotionally-disconnected marriages have left them feeling uncertain, defensive, and self-protective. Licensed marriage counselor Dr. Sharon May reveals how to transition from viewing your spouse as the problem to making your marriage a safe haven.
Dr. Sharon May
Dr. Sharon May is founder and president of the Safe Haven Relationship Center. She received a Ph.D. in marriage and family therapy, and a master's degree in theology from Fuller Graduate School of Theology. Dr. May is an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University, and in her practice specializes in emotional trauma. She is the author of two books, Safe Haven Marriage and How to Argue So Your Spouse Will Listen. She previously worked as managing editor for EWomen magazine, and served on the boards of African Enterprise and The Hart Institute. Dr. May and her husband, Mike, reside in Carlsbad, California.