Just Married: Thriving in the First Five Years of Marriage
Dr. Gregory K. Popcak is a psychotherapist, speaker, and author of over a dozen books integrating the Catholic faith with practical advice for couples, families, and individuals. He is the founder and director of the Pastoral Solutions Institute, which provides a nationwide telephone counseling service to help Christians apply their faith to tough marriage, family, and personal problems. Along with his wife Lisa, Dr. Popcak is the host of the nationally syndicated Catholic radio advice program, More2Life.
Lisa Popcak, CFLC is the Vice-President of the Pastoral Solutions Institute. She is a professional educator, a lactation consultant, and Certified Family-Life Coach. An expert in learning styles/strategies, early childhood development, adoptive family issues, and women's spirituality, she is the co-author of four books (including; Just Married: The Catholic Guide to Surviving & Thriving in the First 5 Years of Marriage, Parenting with Grace: A Catholic Parent's Guide to Raising (almost) Perfect Kids (1st & 2nd editions) and Beyond the Birds and the Bees: Raising Sexually Whole and Holy Children). Since 2001, together with her husband, Dr. Greg Popcak, she has hosted several nationally-syndicated, call-in radio advice programs including Heart, Mind and Strength (Ave Maria Radio), Fully Alive! (Sirius/XM-The Catholic Channel), and most recently, More2Life (Ave Maria Radio--Airing M-F, Noon-1pm Eastern). They have also hosted two programs for EWTN. Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak are sought-after public speakers and trainers and have been honored to address audiences across North America, Australia, and Hong Kong.
Using theseven principles laid out in Beyond The Birds And The Bees, parents can help their children become sexually whole and sexually holy! Gregory Popcak enables parents to develop their own understanding of the Catholic vision of love, and he provide practical guidance for having age-appropriate discussions about sexual issues with kids, from toddlers to teens.