• 01:01

    JanuaryJones - Holidays & Alone

    in Caregiving

    Holidays Being Alone!


    JanuaryJones-Living Without One You Love


    Now, Natasha Josefowitz, Ph. D. at 88 years young, having recently lost her brother, her son, and her husband, it is her strength, her passion for living life, and candor that is truly infectious. Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without (November 2013), is perhaps the most telling book ever written about pre and post grief.


    It is a collection of powerful, gritty, candid, and inspiring poems about living life after loss. It was recently named to Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2013.

  • 00:21

    Dreading Being Alone on Holidays

    in Family

    Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, discuss how to remain positive when you are alone for the holidays. While some look forward to family gatherings, parties and gift exchanges, others are dreading the holiday season because they are going to be “alone” once again. People find themselves alone for a variety of reasons; loss of a loved one, family or friends have moved away, you yourself have moved away, you have out-lived all your friends, you are divorced and you don’t have your children this holiday, and the list goes on. Join us to learn tips that can help you feel joyful during the holidays even if you are alone. “Being alone” doesn’t mean you have to “feel alone.”  It is your choice.


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  • 00:16

    Fear of the Holidays

    in Christianity

    Do you fear the holidays? Well, they are fast approaching and coming ready or not! 


    Host, Dawna Hetzler shares her fears. We all fear something. What is that you fear? Dawna will discuss three things to help you combat fear. Do you want to be the warrior God created you to be? Do you want to be your more authentic self? Break through the barriers, and conquer your fears. Empower yourself. Live life to the fullest and quit living in fear. Fear robs you of the joys of today. You can do it. You are not alone in your fears. You are stonger than you think you are. You are a warrior, ready to fight any fear that comes your way.


     


     


     

  • 00:22

    A Musing: On Being Alone

    in Women

    Today's Show: 


    Join me as we examine the first three scriptural instances of being alone. We'll find encouragement as we uncover the three benefits of being alone and what we can and should do when feeling alone.


    Visit me at www.Heatherrandall.com  after the show. I love connecting with listeners.

  • 02:01

    Speak Life Radio ~ You Are Not Alone

    in Motivation

    Speak Life Radio ~ You Are Not Alone


    Blessings family and welcome back to another amazing show! Our topic is "You Are Not Alone." So many people are suffering in silence especially around this time of year. Our guest is Ms. Novella Renae an expert in abuse and trauma will address this very serious topic. Sometimes we feel like we are the only ones going through what we're going through until we hear someone else with a simular story, then we realize we are not alone! There are many things that make a person feel alone , therefore suffer in silence, one of which is abuse. Sometimes when people have been abused they don't feel comfortable sharing their feelings with others, therefore they bury them until something happens to make them explode. We will be taking about these issues and many others such as feeling alone during the holidays! Don't be alone, Please join us!

  • Healing Over the Holidays

    in Psychology

    Join Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC as they share thoughts and strategies for healing over the holidays.  It can be challenging to get better when you are feeling down, missing what was or struggling to maintain no contact.  But, the holidays can be a time to reframe what has happened to you and understand your experience in a new way...and it can lead to new moments of peace and joy.

  • 02:12

    Encouragement For The Holidays

    in Christianity

    Well, it is that time of the year again. A time for family gatherings of loved ones and assembling with friends and associates to celebrate life and relationships. A time to reflect back on God's goodness; a time allocated to be thankful and grateful. A beautiful time of the year without a doubt. Yet this time every year, many are going into this season in bereavement, because their loved ones are no longer here to celebrate. Some are entering in this season dealing with a broken relationship of some sort, the absence of someone special, a broken engagement, or even a loss of job. What about the parents who can't afford to give their child a gift of some sort? These losses and diappointments leads to isolation and for many severe depression. Not to mention that suicide is at a high rate during this time of the year. However, we must know and understand that there is ENCOURAGEMENT and HOPE for the holidays. Whatever state a person may be in, you can make it through the difficult season. Regardless, there is a reason to be thankful and having joy is indeed possible.

  • 00:14

    Inspirations and the Holidays

    in Business


    Sharing inspirations
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    Losing a loved one and the Holidays

  • 00:13

    Is The Holidays An Obligation To Buy Gifts?

    in Entertainment

    The holidays is coming up which is typically the happiest time of the year, but also very stressful. Is the stress worth it or not?

  • 00:29

    HAPPY HOLIDAYS (WHATS YOUR THOUGHTS OF THE HOLIDAYS?)

    in History

    One of the puzzles of a newly released survey about Christmas in the United States was the striking finding that Americans' belief in the historical accuracy of the Christmas story -- the virgin birth, the angelic proclamation to the shepherds, the star of Bethlehem, and the wise men from the East -- has fallen by nearly 20 percentage points during the last decade. In a PSRA/Newsweek poll in December 2004, two-thirds (67 percent) of Americans affirmed their belief that the Christmas story is historically accurate, compared to 24 percent who said they believed it is a theological story written to affirm faith in Jesus Christ. In the December 2013 PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey, the percentage of Americans affirming the historical accuracy of the Christmas story fell to less than half (49 percent), with 4-in-10 (40 percent) saying they believe it is a theological story written to affirm Christian faith.


    Upon further examination, the declining belief in the historical accuracy of the Christmas story tracks other related trends, such as a similar double-digit drop in belief that the Bible is the word of God. In 2004, a Pew Research Center survey found that only 13 percent of Americans believed the Bible is not the word of God but is a book written by men, compared to 82 percent who affirmed that the Bible is the word of God. In 2013, a PRRI/Brookings Survey found that 3-in-10 (30 percent) Americans now believe that the Bible is not the word of God but a book written by men, compared to 63 percent who affirm that the Bible is the word of God.


    We also want to talk about your opinions of the holidays, If you are interested in giving us your opinion about what you think about the holidays, the tune in on Wensday December 3RD 2014 at 6:00PM. Will see you there...


     

  • 00:31

    Silent Agreements in the Holidays!

    in Lifestyle

    We all know that during the holidays we are challenged to juggle more priorities. Sometimes this requires we put ourselves our on hold and focus on others expectations and wishes. Holidays can be brutal and by the time we realize how much we are giving away or ignoring, it can be to late to turn on the joy and merriment we so desire. Learn ways you can overide and jump start your holiday happiness with more contented happiness and approaches to your Christmas list that don't leave you wishing you were somewhere else. Make the holidays fulfilling and celebrate the way you really want to this year!

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