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Host Billy H. looks at the addiction of compulsive gambling. Gambling is everywhere now. Casino's, Lotteries, card rooms,horse tracks, bingo halls, sports books, and now ONLINE! For the compulsive gambler it all adds up to a LOSE/LOSE Proposition.
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Many times we fail at achieving because we have no real focus or the time has not been taken to write out our individual story for a successful life. It's time to create your own blockbuster movie and bring it to life. In this episode you will learn the importance of laying the proper foundation for your life. Your story will help create successes in life faster and it will give you a strong start as you participate in our upcoming "do life with power" challenge. (Sign up to participate starting March 26, 2014.)
180 degrees. We want to hear people who are stuck doing what they know that they should not be doing to survive but can't see any other way. We want to encourage you that there are better ways to make a living and change your life around. Do you know someone who is stuck? Have them call-in to our show next week to be encouraged. Are you one of those who turned your life around from negative and illegal means of making money? Call-In next week to encourage others who needs your encouragement. Let's encourage each other to do better and to change 180 degrees for the better!!! Joining us with her own style of poetry none other than the great Author Tiffany Webb
There are no coincidences in life--not one. Whoever or whatever crosses your path has a purpose for you. That event, that person is there for your growth somehow, someway. How do you see it? How do you know it?
Join Beth, Ruth and Sherry as they tell their story together, for the first time, about the paths they took to find each other and begin sharing the message of Trust Your Journey. Laughter, tears, highs, lows--it all lead them to where they are today.
Wherever life takes you--Trust Your Journey!
im going to read very interesting stories i might comment on them myself in between stories im going to open up the line at (347) 202-0831 so that people can call in and voice their opinions ask some questions or just comment on the stories im also going to read from a commentary of the Torah ( so to say ) called Rambam- the daily study of his works on the Torah for more details message me on my website at www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller or just use this direct link to listen to my show http://www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller/2014/03/24/the-story-teller
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What Is Love Addiction?
Love addicts spend much time, effort on a person to whom they are addicted. Love addicts value this person above themselves, and their focus on the beloved other often is obsessive. This behavior results in love addicts neglecting to care for themselves in a variety of ways, in essence abandoning important aspects of their lives and well-being to stay connected to the object of their affections.
Love addiction doesn’t pertain only to romantic or sexual relationships. A love addict’s core fantasy is the expectation that someone else can solve their problems, provide unconditional positive regard at all times, and take care of them. When this unrealistic need isn’t met, love addicts may find themselves feeling resentful, and may create conflict in their relationships with others.
Some love addicts find that when Not involved in a love-addicted relationship, they are able to care for themselves quite adequately. However, when they become involved, the love addict quickly finds that their self-care capacity steadily declines.
People generally become love addicts due to a past history of abandonment from their primary caregivers. Adult love addicts usually recognized as children that their most precious needs for validation, love and connection with one or both parents were not met.
This affects their Self-Esteem dramatically in adult life. It results in a conscious fear of abandonment and an underlying subconscious fear of intimacy. To a love addict, intensity in a relationship is often mistaken for intimacy.
As with any addiction, recovery from love addiction is a process of self-discovery. It requires taking specific steps: breaking through denial and acknowledging the addiction; owning the harmful consequences of the addiction; and intervening to stop the addictive cycle from occurring.
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This Thursday Kelly Myszkowski of Inner Light Transformational Coaching & Craniosacral Therapy, joins me for tea.
We will be talking about avoiding burnout/creating time and energy for all that is on our plates - for those of us who are "givers" and/or "doers". The "mothers" in us, who are caring for so many others, and so many other "things" - remembering to care for ourselves and re-fill our giving well.
My name is Blase Sylvester & "I Am a Success Story"
Have Tea with Me every Thursday night on a journey to becoming our AUTHENTIC Self.
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I Am a Success Story, Inc.
Women's Wellness Conference
im going to read very interesting stories i might comment on them myself in between stories im going to open up the line at (347) 202-0831 so that people can call in and voice their opinions ask some questions or just comment on the stories im also going to read from a commentary of the Torah ( so to say ) called Rambam- the daily study of his works on the Torah for more details message me on my website at www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller or just use this direct link to listen to my show http://www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller/2014/03/20/the-story-teller
hope you like them :)