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October 22, 2013

Relationships and Religion
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HCCN welcomes author inspirational speaker, and relationship consultant Jason Miller to the show. Jason will be broaching topics about relationships and how religion helps or hinders them. This show is the first of a series of topics on building or repairing relationships
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Healing Conversations: Relationships and Religion

Our question for this episode is Does organized religion hinder the progression of or marital growth? Relationship consultant Jason Miller joins us to help find the answer.
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Jason Miller
Jason Miller was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a high school graduate of Pike High School and a college graduate of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He is currently in the final stages of completing his Master of Arts Degree in Education and Mild Interventions at University. Jasonís main mission in life is to change the world through relationships and marriages. Through his years of playing professional basketball, Jason Miller was hyper-exposed to a multitude of relationship scenarios, such as: dating, groupies, infidelity and business affairs. In addition to establishing himself as an expert in the field by taking on a position as a Behavior Consultant for a K-12 school district, Jasonís desire to study relationship and marriage dynamics were fueled from a combination of personal life experiences, observations and the mentor-ship of his mother, who is currently the Chaplain for the Indianapolis based Chapter of the NAACP. His father is also a pastor and played an even bigger role in shaping Jasonís adolescent and adult views on relationships, marriages and love. After studying the real affects of marriages and relationships on studentís educational performances from a District Behavioral Consultant position, Jason Miller decided to become a full time teacher in 2011 to gain additional knowledge on this topic.

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