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Breakups suck and gelato a great way to kill the pain.
Tell me you're problem's I'll either tell you mine, help you or do both. Honestly I'm here because someone need to talk about all the things people are afarid to say. Why not let me do it!
Most of you are likely wondering why should I listen to some rando about love well first off I'v been through hell back with the whole love thing and I just want to make sure that I'm not the only perosn who eats ice cream and watches all the Meg Ryan movies while crying and screamig FINALLY HARRY LOVES SALLY. Anyway I'm here let's talk
I am back after a two week abscense. I hope that your week was great, and that you missed me. Tonight I want to talk about Birthdays, Breakups, Country Music Awards, and if we have time to play my favorite segment of would you rather. The show goes live every tuesday night, from 9pm-10pm so feel free to call into the show, and who knows, you may just learn something. Feel free to call in, to vent, bitch, gripe, or what ever you want to talk about, this show is about you.
Welcome to "Science News You Can Use" from Amy Alkon and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin.
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WE ARE KICKING OFF OUR WEEKLY SEGMENT ABOUT LOVE LIVE TODAY ON BLOGTALK RADIO. THIS WILL BE THE FIRST IN A SERIES THAT WILL TAKE PLACE EVERY FRIDAY AT 6:30 PM MOUNTAIN AND 9:30 PM EST. IT'S ALL ABOUT THE LOVE BABY!! CALL IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT LOVE AT THE END OF THE SHOW...WHY DOES IT HURT SO BAD? TONIGHT'S TOPIC IS "LOVE HURTS". MANY WANT TO KNOW WHY IF LOVE IS SUPPOSED TO FEEL SO GOOD, MUST IT HURT SO BAD...JOIN ME LIVE TONIGHT AS WE EXPLORE SOME OF THE REASONS WHY YOU MAY BE CRYING IN LOVE INSTEAD OF SMILING...
Romantic relationships always seem to start out great. So why are most of them over within months, if not weeks? And why do they so often result in pain, bitterness and regret? Here's a hint: It's in the FOUNDATION. This week, we're talking about the criteria we are taught to use as standards for finding a mate--and why you MUST reject them if you want healthy, loving relationships that last. If you want to make better relationship choices in the future, or get a current relationship on a more solid foundation, tune in!
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The church does not talk much about breakups which is interesting because so many of us have gone through some type of breakup. Some of us have gone through a situation from a breakup with a person we were getting to know to the pain of a divorce. It isn't a competition about which hurts more, but about the peace that one needs and the understanding of where one goes from there. One might wonder if this is the end or just space that is needed to grow together. Also, it is important to see signs of when to breakup and gaining the strength to do so or to accept someone else breaking up with us. Through experience and the Word of God I will share what I can because there might be someone trying to get over a breakup now and/or need tools to have preparation for the future.
I will have Joshua joining me from Twitter (@king__Joshua) and I am excited to hear what he has to say on the topic. He is around the same age as me so getting a young man's point of view is helpful and will bring insight.
Every time I ask a client who’s been cheated on if they knew, no one has ever told me, “No, I had no idea.”
We always know.
We don’t like the answer so we turn our eyes away from it.
We don’t want to turn our lives upside down, so we suppress that inner knowing.
We want to trust our partner, so we believe their stories.
We don’t want to feel that pain and that betrayal and of course, we never want to impact our children.
But deep down, somewhere in our souls, we know when something isn’t right.
Let's talk about that knowing and how to trust it.
Pamela Elaine Nichols, the mother of four children, like many mothers put the wants and needs of others first and ignored her own. When her marriage ended, she set out to heal herself and on the way discovered a 4-part “Resilient Beauty” practice for health and happiness, and now shows other mothers how to bounce back after a breakup. Through her business, Destined for Greatness Enterprises, Inc., Pamela Elaine inspires mothers with motivational music, lessons and videos as a singer, author and producer.
Pamela, who has appeared on Dr. Oz, is the author of Muddy High Heels: 14 Lessons Learned From My Breakdown, Breakup & Breakthrough. She'll be on She Struts Radio Thursday, April16, 6:30pm ET. Don't miss it. It'll be informative, dynamic and fun.