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  • 01:04

    "Could Cheating Work Out?"

    in Family

    Listen live to this upcoming show to find out whether cheating has a chance of working out....

  • 01:27

    Sheila Gale: Global Prayer Partners

    in Self Help

    It's chat and music the first half-hour; then our show gets underway at 9am pacific, 12-noon eastern.


    Sheila Gayle wants you to know:  Coming soon, to your corner of the world, the ability to Ask for and Receive prayers for your suffering--and get immediate results! As a result of a too-long-lasting mystery illness that struck and hospitalized her daughter, Sheila turned to the audience of her radio show, The Sheila Show, and asked her audience members to send her their prayers. She read these to her daughter, who was improved and released from the hospital within 48 hours! Sheila wants to bring this same healing power to the world through Global Prayer Partners. With Kickstarter funding, she'll be launching this service into the world in June. If you've ever wanted a LOT of help for someone you loved--especially on an energy level--you'll want to know more about Global Prayer Partners. Click here to visit Sheila Gale's Facebook page!

  • 00:32

    Are Your Kids Wrong for Cheating? / ATL School Scandal

    in Motivation

    Are we too easy on our children or is cheating on tests in middle school justififable in certain cases? We all cheated in school and we turned out fine, right?


     


    Are PSSAs and other middle school too much? Should the teachers in Atlanta be jailed for changing test scores?

  • 01:59

    Cheating in the next room

    in Entertainment

    This is one of those subjects no one wants to talk about tonight we will hopefully answer some real questions like, can I get over a person cheating on me , why did they cheat, and what did I do wrong ?? Oh yes tune in tonight for Cheatin in the next room from 7pm to 9 pm central time see you there 

  • 01:30

    Sugar Babies, Open Relationships, and Cheating. Oh My!

    in Entertainment

    Tonight's we tackle the growing phenomenon of Sugar Babies who rely on Sugar Daddies/ Mamas.


    We also talk about cheating and open relationships.


    Are you tuning in with us?


    Join hosts Oran, BJ, Cee & Char. Of course me too, Ky!


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  • 00:06

    Episode 1: Lazy Partners

    in Lifestyle

    In this episode, I will talk about the lazy partners that some people deal with.


    All names and events in this episode is fictional.


    Any similarities is coincidental and unattended.


    After the episode, I would like to know what you would do in these situations.


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    Thank you for listening to Gender Chat on Blog Talk Radio!

  • 02:31

    Cheating & Consequences of Cheating

    in Entertainment


    What are the consequences of cheating
    How do you know your mate is cheating
    Who gets what when you break up


     

  • 00:40

    BUSH-AMA (APS Cheating Pt 2) : Bush and Obama Roles

    in Education

    BUSH-AMA (APS Cheating Pt 2) :  Bush and Obama Roles


    What is the DOE role in National Widespread Cheating?  Racketeering or Entrapment, High Stake Testing  and Student Progress Limiting Factors… 2013 report by the Government Accountability Office, 40 STATES detected instances of cheating by educators in the previous two years...Next on Classroom DNA with Phyllis Austin, The Role of the DOE in National Widespread Cheating…Saturday April 18, 2015 @ 11 AM EST on www.blogtalkradio.com/phyllisaustin


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  • 00:16

    Cheating & Trusting Your Instincts

    in Art

    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.

  • 02:07

    Revisit Cheating- What is Cheating ?

    in Self Help

    You've seen the signs, and your mind is putting the pieces together. Your spouse has been coming home late or keeps long hours under the pretext of work. When your spouse comes home, after a silent dinner, he or she hops online and dismisses your questions with weird excuses... If you're worrying that your honey is up to something funny, and you want to find out, here are some approaches that might just help confirm your suspicions.


    But before you rush headlong into this process, spend a few days thinking about what you are likely to do if or when your worst suspicions are eventually confirmed. Are you so committed to your partner that you would never bring an end to the relationship, whatever the outcome of your sleuthing? If so, then it may be better to turn a blind eye to their indiscretions and spare yourself the pain of knowing the sordid details. Is believing that your spouse is cheating on you in the first place an indication that there is something fundamentally wrong with your relationship, and you simply want an excuse to end it? In which case, it is on the rocks already, and it may be more productive devoting your energies to rescuing it or just getting out altogether.


    Use a baby monitor. This is the cheap, low-tech way of listening in. Of course, if there are no babies in your life at the moment, this can be a bit tricky, but you can get around that. Wait till he/she goes out "shopping" one day, and hit the local gizmo shop. Get a basic baby monitor, a can of spray paint that will blend with where you will put the transmitter, and a roll of matching masking tape (in case the transmitter has blinking LEDs on it).


     

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