Pairadocs

November 23, 2020

Perfectionism In The Home

Perfectionism.  Most would agree that this personality trait is not great.  BUT, if you are a perfectionist, you secretly, sort of, like being thi s way.  It’s kind of like being a “workaholic.”  We say we don’t like that aspect of our lives yet are inwardly proud of how much we can accomplish.  Perfectionism is, not only, bad for us as an individual, but can be devastating in our home. Read More

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About Pairadocs

Pairadocs is a uniquely humorous marriage, parenting, and family podcast. If you've struggled in relationship; with kids, parents, spouse, or friends. No matter what life stage you find yourself in, you will find a connection with and come to love Jimmy and Josh and their hilarious father-son dynamic. 

The Pairadocs are a father-son duo with Ph.D.s in Clinical Counseling. They are both full-time adolescent/family therapists...husbands and parents. Jimmy also happens to be a full-time granddad (or Ace, as we call him). They've not only studied family dynamics, they've lived it, together. Join them for their weekly podcast as they muse about faith, family, and culture.

You can follow Pairadocs on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter,  and on their website at PairadocsPodcast.com.

About Dr. Jimmy and Josh Myers

Dr. Jimmy Myers served on staff at 2 Southern Baptist Churches for over 20 years in youth ministry, prior to founding The Timothy Center in 2001. As a licensed professional counselor and Owner/Executive Director of The Timothy Center, his daily focus is on helping others find God’s solutions to life challenges. In the many years of ministry to teens and their families, Dr. Myers’ experience has shown him that it is never too late to turn a family around. Dr. Myers has spent more than 25 years writing, ministering, and speaking nationwide on the subjects of discipleship, teenage life, and Christian parenting. He and his wife, Beth, are the parents of 3 children and their spouses, and proud grandparents to 6 grandchildren.

Dr. Joshua Myers surrendered his life to full time Christian service in 2000. Since that point the Lord has impressed on his heart a passion not only for people, but more specifically for the stories which they tell. It is that passion that directed Joshua toward Christian counseling. He has worked with a variety of ages and issues, and feels that the Lord has called him “for such a time as this” to minister to families.

Joshua has a passion for seeing the healing work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of God’s people. He is married to his beautiful wife, Katie, and they have the joy of being parents to three precious children, Ruth, JJ, and Sam.

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