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A 90 minute call in show by the author of Getting Past Your Breakup: How To Turn A Devastating Loss Into The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You. This is a caller-driven show so call in or send your questions ahead of time to susan at gettingpastyourpast dot com
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A 60 minute call in show by the author of Getting Past Your Breakup: How To Turn A Devastating Loss Into The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You. This is a caller-driven show so call in or send your questions ahead of time to susan at gettingpastyourpast dot com
A 45 minute call in show by the author of Getting Past Your Breakup: How To Turn A Devastating Loss Into The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You. This is a caller-driven show so call in or send your questions ahead of time to susan
at gettingpastyourpast dot com
Join Author Kim Brooks as she ministers on how to be restored after breakup. Discover how to forgive, what to take away from it and how to receive healing from God and trust Him to move forward and press ahead in your journey with joy. http://www.Kimontheweb.com
During a breakup, the same old thoughts tend to run through our heads on a spin cycle.
These thoughts are totally normal and downright predictable in the wake of a breakup, but they can become toxic if they’re allowed to spin too long, and they deliver a relentless diet of guilt, sadness, and regret.
If your thoughts are holding you back from moving on, it’s time to stare them in the face and call them what they are: total BS.
Join Carrie Spaulding, The Thirtysomething Coach and founder of the virtual program Thirtysomething Summer Camp, for a discussion of some of the most common and compelling toxic breakup thoughts (and why it’s time to kick them to the curb).
Closure is a HUGE issue.
We all want something to end “completely.”
We all want answers, to understand.
We often hang around in a relationship, doing damage to ourselves, because we’re looking for that moment when it “all get’s clear.” When we finally say what we mean and what we feel and finally feel HEARD by him. When we feel a chapter has closed.
Only, it hardly ever happens that way.
We can end up spending so much of our lives waiting for, looking for, praying for, listening for, asking for, demanding, envisioning, thinking about, writing about…Closure…that never happens.
And – here’s the question to ask – Is Closure necessary? Is it really all that important?
And – I say NO. We most often will never get “closure,” and perhaps that’s a VERY GOOD THING.
Perhaps that’s the way we learn to be softer, more fluid and flexible. To roll with the “punches” …and to “Be Surprised.”
Today we will be disucssing what to do after a breakup ... the good, the bad and the downright ugly. If you have recently gone thorugh a breakup then this is one show you won't want to miss. Men Suck in an online comunity for women .... giving GIRL POWER a whole new meaning! We offer a wealth of information on contemporary women’s issues such as relationships, pregnancy, career advice, fashion, and more. We aren't here to bash men .... We are here to empower women. You can check
Dan Gold is a Family Law Attorney with Tredway Lumsdaine & Doyle, LLP. He shares his experience with some great thoughts and tips for any business owner who is going through a marital breakup.
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Host JP opens up about his own personal issues that left him literally confined to the couch for months. What can YOU learn from all of this? You lived alone once, so you knew how to do it at some point. Dealing with a breakup throws the monkey wrench into the situation. You will live alone and happily after a breakup. You will be okay. Keep telling yourself: sometimes it is lonelier living WITH someone than it is living ALONE. As with any grieving process, you have stages you must go through.
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Predicting the coming Balkanization of America, Thomas W. Chittum's book Civil War Two: The Coming Breakup of America is recommended by Orthodox Rabbis and Skinheads alike. Chittum was a rifleman in the United States Army in Vietnam in 1965 and 1966, later a rifleman in the Rhodesian Territorials in the early Seventies, and later a rifleman in the Croatian Army in 1991 and 1992. He was a computer programmer for much of his adult life. He is now a writer and lives in Washington State.
Tom discusses the theories of Sir Halford McKinder, who laid out a theory in the early 1900s of how the world would eventually be conquered, a plan which has been followed in detail up to this day.
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