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CUTVNews Talk Radio with veteran award-winning broadcast TV and radio hosts Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn. An exciting broadcast series featuring several LIVE episodes daily and is a service of the Telly-award winning CUTV News, a full service media company that provides entrepreneurs, business owners and extraordinary people a platform to share their story worldwide. On CUTVNews Talk Radio, we feature fascinating guests from every walk of life! Entertainment, music, publishing, art, travel, health & wellness, self-help, sports, business, finance, science and much more. With shows 7 days a week, CUTVNews Talk Radio with Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn offers you the opportunity to hear amazing stories from amazing guests and from around the globe. Join us! We also invite you to like and enjoy our Facebook Fan Page at: www.facebook.com/closeuptalkradio Welcome to CUTVNews TALK RADIO!

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New York, NY – The most important love story of all is your love story, but we've been programmed to believe relationships are complicated and destined to fail. We need a new language to create new voices and new ways of loving in relationships. Angela Ambrosia is a love and relationship coach specializing in helping women to create the relationship of their dreams. ?There's always something in your love story that reveals qualities of love that are important to you,? says Angela. ?I'm passionate about creating a sense of love for a person that comes from within.? Through one-on-one coaching and a six-month at-home program called Transformed Relationships, Angela supports her clients to access the power of their desire to love and manage the feelings that arise. ?This is about writing the love story you've dreamed of living,? says Angela. ?It's about healing the hurts that have kept your relationships stuck in repeating negative patterns.? Transformed Relationships explores our formative experiences in relationships while offering strategies to shift our mindset. ?You can't step into a new relationship and be totally free until you've actually sorted through the past,? says Angela. ?Unless the emotion systems in the body are rewired or reprogrammed, people tend to revert back to the behavior of fear. With my system when you come into the new relationship with a person, all those old feelings can come up but you'll recognize them and get back to relating to the person in front of you. This is about coming from a higher place.? For more information on Angela Ambrosia, visit www.loveandrelationshipcoach.com
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