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Are You Afraid to Admit the State of Your Health? Ignoring It Won’t Make It Go Away. News flash! It does not matter whether you ignore your heart health, or neglect your health generally, the consequences are inevitable, like a car that is not maintained, so will the body break down, if it is not maintained. Feel the fear and join us anyway. What you learn may save a life, yours, or someone else’s. Invite your friends and loved ones to click in. Avoid being the one who
On this week's show we recap the nationwide 2nd Amendment Rallies Held in State Capitol's all across the country on Friday. Host Mag Thomas will be attending the rally in Olympia Washington. Also, we talk about the recent pressure being brought on the Boy Scouts of America to Admit gay scouts and leaders into their ranks. Will They? Who will be the Republican who jumps into the running to be the next Senator from Massachusetts? A blizzard in the NE and the Dept of Homeland S
To really get happy, you have to first admit you're unhappy. That's almost become a cliche yet think about this, the only reason you plan a trip is because you are clear you are not there NOW. In order to plan the trip you must be perfectly clear about where you currently are... and where your destination is relative to where you currently are. Same thing with happiness. Where are you currently 'sitting' relative to true happiness? Admitting where we are poses a few challenges.
If you can invest seven days, I guarantee you that I can help you to change. To that end, I've written a book, entitled, "Seven Days to a Change." In Day One, you've got to Admit It! That is, you've got to 'fess up, acknowledge, and state that which you want to change. You've got to name what your New Year's resolution is or what your goals, aspirations, and dreams are. Success is in your hands as well as wi
Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science. Word has it there’s some big sporting event on tonight (aka The Superbowl), so I’m replaying one of my “best of” shows. My guest is social psychologist Dr. Carol Tavris, on how to admit mistakes instead of continuing to make them. She talks about common ways we make errors in reasoning and judgment that mess up our lives, and how to avoid them. Her te
Take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it. This is a show to help everyone and anyone that feels as though they have an addiction. Share personal experiences, strength and hope. Call-In, Email & Ask Questions as we all work together to “Make It a Better Day” for everyone!! There are so many avenues out there to explore that many of us are unfamiliar with. This show is there to help you and to support you on your way
Why are men scared of the truth and try not to acknowledge it when wrong? thanks Lets This is a Topic with a panel of men dircussing the answer to said question....
Children are exposed to so many challenging life events that anger, violence, and abuse in many forms are affecting their everyday lives. How does a parent who has not had these issues, support their child who is experiencing them? By ignoring the problem, icing over the bigger picture, denying the truth that may be present or just by saying 'all is ok, no worries'. How does that really help the child who is reaching out and working to let you know what they are feeling?
My guest today is Julie Federico, a children's author who writes stories about anger problems and child abuse. She was a middle school counselor for 14 years and encountered a multitude of child abuse stories. Her books are Some Parts are NOT for Sharing and Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT. These books are also available in Spanish.
Please listen to your child, no matter what the story, no matter how far from your comfort level and no matter how difficult it is to admit. Julie will share her tips for the cases she worked with as a counselor.
Julie can be reached at her website here.
What we believe determines what we do in life. So the question is how do we show our faithfulness? The answer to that question will reveal if we are living according to the Word of God!
So far, we've studied the first six fruits of The Spirit and they are all qualities in the life of our LORD Jesus Christ. Today, we come to the seventh fruit 'faith' perhaps better called “faithfulness.”
Now that's not only what we believe, but how we live, and what we do, as a result of what we believe. And that's a quality admired by all including God! In fact, God not only admires it, He requires it!
See 1 Corinthians 4:2 Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful.
So the truth is it doesn't matter how much ability or personality or intelligence you have, or how hard you work, if you can’t be depended upon plain and simple, you are no good. Faithfulness includes integrity, honesty, trustfulness, and loyalty.
So are you a faithful person? Can you be depended upon?
A recent Gallup poll reported that 40% of Americans admit that they call in sick when not sick; they short-change customers, take short cuts and cheat on tests.
Ever wonder how many people are not even honest enough about their dishonesty to say that they do these things?!
Mr. Gallup said:
“In my estimation, as a scientific researcher, America is in a crisis of the first magnitude. The crisis is not political; it is not military. It is spiritual and moral. There is a spiritual and moral integrity crisis in the United States of America.”
So are you a faithful person? Listen to this message to learn the marks, motivation and method of faithfulness, the seventh fruit of the Spirit!