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This is a show about WHY relationships don’t seem to work for people. WHY are YOU still single? What kinds of things you, YES YOU, could be doing that is attracting the WRONG person for you and how to change it!
Get ready for some raw, straight forward, fun and possibly offensive but HONEST advice, about WHY you are still alone or attracting people in your life that just don’t work out!
Relationships are difficult; even the best relationships need a little help. We cover all of the hot topics and we give you a chance to have input as well. Tune in to our show, make us a weekly habit and watch your relationships grow!
This week's episode is about:
DATING A PERSON OF FAITH.
Dating can be difficult and rewarding at the same time. Knowing who you are and what you bring to the table is half the battle; the other half is knowing what type of person you want to be with and what qualities you are looking for in a mate. What have your relationships been based on? Does faith play a role in it? Does Faith help or hinder a relationship? #Faithbased relationships
Many of us have experienced strings of failed relationships. At points in time it seems like others just don't get it! On top of that, people always have their own idiosyncrasies and intolerable habits. Dating and maintaining friendships can be nerve-wracking to say the least. Have you ever wondered whether the problem is you? Or have you always assumed it was others? Tune in this week as Dr. And Lady Newells dig into where these strings of failed relationships come from. Relationship Central wants to hear from you!
So what makes EVERYTHING “RELATIONSHIPS” AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LOVE, different from any other talk radio show on relationships?
• Well I’m glad you asked, there are many differences that you will notice right away. First of all the show and it’s topic begin at the beginning of each week, right here on social media. Long before my show air you will get a peek at that weeks topic. The beginning of each week I will post songs, movies, and actual posts from you guys on my page, that will be the source of my topic that week. You are encouraged to listen, watch and even have open discussions on my pages if you’d like.
Instead of talking randomly about relationship issues, I have chosen to be a tad bit more creative by using songs, videos, movies, books and social media posts about the challenges that each of has most likely confronted, at some point in our own lives. I think that this will eliminate reopening many of the emotional scars that we might be still dealing with. The issues in the resources that I’m using might be very familiar, but they are not about you, they are about the characters and those that inspired its work from the artist or actor. The goal is to allow us to speak about and peek into the message of the work, while trying to find answers and even revelations about our own choices in life.
• Every Friday night at 9:00 pm est the show will air for 2 hours, you are encouraged to join in on the conversations if you’d like about our topics of the night. We will respect the privacy of others by not discussing real people, no names will be spoken on the show even in reference to your point. This is not a hate session, but an opportunity for us to take a closer look at ourselves and how we affect the outcome of our relationships.
Today's guest is Bonnie Harris, MS Ed, parenting specialist and director of Connective Parenting. We will discuss what we as parents can do to help our children develop healthy relationships with their peers. We generally think first and foremost of parents and their impact on a child's development. More recently, we are beginning to recognize the importance of early peer relations, and how they affect our children's overall development including, feelings of self-worth, and academic success.
Bonnie Harris, MS Ed, is the director of Connective Parenting and has been a parenting specialist for twenty-five years. Parent educator, professional trainer, counselor, author, and international speaker, Harris is known for her pioneering mindset shift out of the reward and punishment model to a connected relationship. She received her master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Bank Street College in New York City. In 1990, she founded The Parent Guidance Center in New Hampshire. Based on her book, When Your Kids Push Your Buttons (2003), Bonnie teaches Buttons parent workshops and professional trainings internationally. Her second book Confident Parents, Remarkable Kids: 8 Principles for Raising Kids You’ll Love to Live With (2008) distills her groundbreaking work into 8 key principles and practical strategies. She has appeared on The Today Show, Asia News, ABC Australia broadcast among others and has been featured in Parenting, Parents, Good Housekeeping, Essence, and Working Mother magazines. Bonnie is the mother of two grown children and lives with her husband in New Hampshire. To learn more — www.bonnieharris.com
Brad Harker is an author, speaker, influence expert, adjunct professor, and consultant. His creativity and passion for problem solving has fueled a robust entrepreneurial background that includes the creation of several companies and more than a quarter-billion dollars in sales.
Brad’s published book, The Laws of Influence - Mastering the Art of Sales, Leadership, and Change has become the platform of his consulting company, FoundersInc.com. Brad actively consults with professionals and organizations in the disciplines of sales, leadership, and influence.
Brad will be speaking about the power of influence in dating and relationships.
~ April Series: Positivity at Work ~
Lou Adler joins the Latest HR Latte Conversation: Positivity
HR Latte chats with Adler Group founder and CEO, Lou Adler, respected author and highly-esteemed recruiter who promotes performance-based recruiting. Lou joins Rayanne for a down and dirty conversation about creating and maintaining a positve client relationship. Lou's Book: The Essential Guide for Hiring and Getting Hired
Join us for a quick impact conversation about positivity in a client relationship and how it can make a difference in your work day.
HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show where you can expect not only surprises but the information you need to know for success in the world of talent management.
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Lou Adler - @LouA
in Self Help
Overcoming feelings of inadequacies (Characterized spiritual and moral deficiency)
Overcoming indifferences (Characterized by Political apahty)
Overcomming grievances (Characterized by social injustice)
Overcoming descrepiences (Characterized by economic disparity)