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Join Steve and Evinda as they talk about the relationship virus called co-dependency. Currently they are in the empowering section of breaking free from co-dependency which includes making decisions. Join us in the weeks to come to learn how to make decisions that positively affect you by finding your voice, expressing yourself assertively, set boundaries, confront abuse and resolve conflict. The characteristics of a co-dependent are: Low self-esteem, shame, pleasing others, guilt, perfectionism, dysfunctional boundaries, to name a few. If these characteristics ring true in your life or the lives of those you know, join us as we unleash some powerful information that will have you co-dependent no more!
Another powerful yet laughter filled show about the recovery journey for survivors of psychological abuse from the perspective of survivors and counselors! Melissa Richards and Melanie Vann join us again as counselors that have experienced this abuse personally and have treated clients suffering from this kind of abuse. Moderated by Kristin Sunanta Walker.
In the dark I see light. In the chaos I see creation. With my eyes I see your soul. Let me look deeply. I love what I see. I see you...
I think of myself as a anchor. I hold the door open to the higher human potential. I see you without my eyes. Only in the truth I speak. EGO in me is a whisper. I have seen much and love to share it with others. Constantly going down the Rabbit Hole to see things deeper in meaning.
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In 1998, a group of people broke away from the Free Software Foundation and created instead the Open Source Initiative. What were their motives? Richard Stallman, the founder of the FSF, and Tim O'Reilly who helped popularize the term 'Open Source' discuss the history of Open Source & Free Software.
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JEN (Jamaica Environmental News)
Sunday June 26, 2015
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Tonight's topic will be essential for the family to take heed to the warning signs. This is the time to get self-sufficant in all aspects of survival. Come join the Nobles of Tamare for the education you need.
Join Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC with guest neuropsychologist, Dr. Rhonda, as they discuss the neuroscience of pathological love relationships. There are some very specific things that happen to the brain of a survivor of a pathological love relationship that help explain why these relationships are so impactful and harmful.
Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, interviewing the luminaries of behavioral science.
Assertiveness isn't about "building a good disguise," Dr. Randy Paterson explains. "It's about the courage to take the disguise off." It's "about being THERE."
Paterson, a clinical psychologist, is the author of the excellent book I've recommended in my column, "The Assertiveness Workbook: How To Express Your Ideas and Stand Up for Yourself at Work and in Relationships," and that's exactly what he and I will be laying out on tonight's show.
Paterson takes a very rational, behavioral approach and gives extremely practical tips for how to change, and this show should help even already-assertive people notice and shore up areas where they could do better.
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