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"Created For Greatness!" Celebrating Women for National Women's History Month. This is the 4th radio interview.
Special Guest Arnita L. Fields. Arnita L. Fields is a wife, Christian counselor and prophetic writer. She is the author of After the Affair: Emotional Healing God’s Way. Author of twelve books including several collections of poetry, she is a passionate advocate for emotionally healthy covenant marriages. She attends Victory University and is also a graduate of Liberty University with a degree in Psychology & Christian Counseling. Arnita's book is written to help, instruct and encourage people who have experienced emotional or physical adultery within their marriages. The simple steps shares inside the pages will help to guide individuals, couples or participants in a small support group back onto the right path, to receive and experience the emotional healing which God has freely made available for them. An act of emotional or physical adultery should not result in the end of your marriage. Find out how you can walk in emotional healing and allow for the love of God to help restore your marriage covenant. She will discuss strategies and biblical principles from the Word of God to help a betrayed spouse and married couple refocus on what's important. Minister London's Special Teaching: "Emotional Healing In Relationships."
Dr. Dar discusses ways of accepting and loving ourselves with renowned Forgiveness expert, Lori Rubenstein. I have always said that the most important relationship you will ever have is the one with yourself. Lori tells us exactly how to do that...
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This is a true story of how two former co-victims, Tracy and Lieselle, managed to take revenge on their shared toxic narcissist.
How did these two incredible women team up and take revenge on a cheating narcissist?
Payback's a B*tch! But these ladies didn't pull any punches - and together, they took a huge step toward creating positive change for themselves and our fellow victims of narcissistic abuse in relationships.
Listen to the story of these two beautiful survivors who took revenge on their (unknowingly) shared narcissist in the most beautiful way you can imagine - it's delicious!
Tracy and Liselle both happened to be dating the same narcissist - and when they discovered it a few weeks ago, their lives changed for good.
Learn more at http://queenbeeing.com. Get my books at http://booksangiewrote.com and pick up your free 5-day fear-busting email course (especially designed for narcissistic abuse survivors) at http://narcissismsupportcoach.com.
Tune in to The Diva Hive panel as our hosts talk the latest in relationship topics and more, every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday!
For this new series, I am interviewing married women on how they met their husbands. I know many of you single ladies want to know HOW to find your Mr. Right and that is what I am here for. In my coaching practice we figure out WHERE the type of men you want to date are and how to meet and start dating them. I am there every step of the way to help you navigate the process from dating to engagement to marriage.
This series will provide you with more knowledge on where and how YOU can meet your future mate. It always helps to hear others' stories, be inspired and know that it WILL happen to you next.
Our guest this week is Kim Burdeaux-Neal, who works in the finance industry in California.
About the host: Kiki Strickland, CRCS (Certified Relationship Coach for Singles) is passionate about helping smart, successful, singles FIND love. Her private coaching sessions and dating seminars are all about providing love life solutions to singles who desire to be married. Professionals who have succeeded in their careers are often frustrated by not finding the same success in relationships. Through her Flirt Nights, dating podcasts, ebooks, Meeting Mr. Right groups and Married in 2 Years or Less Program, Mrs. Strickland is helping singles find love and the relationship they have dreamed of. Visit kikistrickland.com for more information.
Statistically, it's been suggested, 92-98 percent of evangelical believer struggle to identify their God-given purpose. With such a staggering statistic, it only stands to reason that the percentage for couples identify their God-given purpose together must be even higher ... and yet ... just as there is no such thing as a Christian without a calling ... there is no such thing as a marriage without a ministry!
If you want your marriage to thrive, listen in to discover the Timeless Truth every couple needs to Know.
One of my most popular guest hosts has been my daughter, Alexa Lowery. With her happy California vibe, she's back to talk about keeping the holiday spirit amidst the hustle and bustle. We'll also give our picks of the most inspirational movies.
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Brought to you by New Heights Educational Group; an organization founded by Pamela Clark. To see the benefits offered to parents and students visit the New Heights website or call 419-786-0247.
Also join fellow New Heights show hosts: Briana Dincher, Fridays at 12:30pm; Priscilena Shearon Sundays at 6:30 EST/5:30CST and Shannon Williamson for a prerecorded show. Kaden Behan explores resources, teaching styles and advancements for those with special needs and disabilities.
**Victoria's book, "Don't Date a Dud!" gives the 9 must have elements for lasting love. It's for anyone of dating age, prep for engaged couples and a tool for married couples.
The hosts other sites: Twitter Facebook VictoriaLowery.com
We know how frustrating it can be dealing with your ex when it comes to the child or children you had together. Patience is often lost, disappointment arises, arguments come a dime a dozen. It gets worse when you factor in the other parent being inconsistent. Sometimes they call every week, other times there's no word for months. Some months they support financially, sometimes they don't. So, do you jump every time they call or want to see their child? Do you stop trying to involve them? Many single parents also worry about the emotional effects this type of situation will have on the child. Tonight we give you answers to these questions
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