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Join us as Scott Mendoza & Reymond Colson discuss compassionate action, what it is, and what we can do to express it on all levels. We will also be giving examples from our everyday lives and our personal tools and techniques we utilize to best express compassionate action. .
Host - Reymond Colson
Co-Host - Scott Mendoza
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There aren't too many things that are harder to do than to raise children effectively. Parenting is all about making decisions that are going to have an effect on lives that are gonna last a lifetime.
Do we spoil our children? How much? What are the risks?
Do we discipline our children? How much? How much is too much?
Are my kids gonna still love me?
How do we make well informed decisions when we feel guilt about single parenthood? Should that matter?
Where does the real power of the mind sit? Which aspect of mind really influences our lives? Do we actually operate more by sub conscious that than conscious thinking? Can we know what is buried in the sub conscious as pect of mind? The sub conscious mind is where our life programming actually resides. The conscious mind is what we live by and with day in and day out. But we ignore our sub conscious programming that is in the dark side of mind so to speak. The sub conscious is where most of our neurosis sit as we operate daily. Any routines that one has is more based on thought that is beneath the conscious self. Here is where our automatic pilot sits as we move through things and experiences of life. We also have the ability to reprogram the subconscious if we were to so choose. It is not all that difficult to do this. By reprogramming it we move more freely in life. We are no longer bound by the programs that we have been taught. Our programming begins the day that we are born and will stay with us until the day that we leave this world. Yet in truth it does not have to be this way as we give way to m,uch power to the unknown side of mind and thoought as we move through our lives. This and so much more join Liara and Steven for a conversation on the mind. 718-664-9735
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Guilt can be an unrelenting source of pain, keeping us stuck in the past and preventing us from being present and loving ourselves and others. Guilt may simmer in our unconscious, or we may condemn ourselves–not once, but over and over. Either way, toxic guilt is insidious and destructive and can sabotage our goals and relationships. It lowers our self-esteem and makes us easy targets for blame and manipulation. Unresolved guilt can cause anger and resentment, not only at ourselves, but also toward others.
Today's special guest, Darlene Lancer is author of several books including Codependency for Dummies and the new book Freedom from Guilt and Blame: Finding Self-Forgiveness, a step-by-step workbook for healing guilt and finding self-forgiveness and self-compassion.
Freedom from Guilt and Blame is designed to free you from guilt’s grip. It will help you sort out healthy from toxic guilt and distinguish it from other emotions, such as shame and regret. You're guided to review and assess your values, motives, responsibilities, actions, and beliefs, and understand the negative impact of perfectionism and codependency.
Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and relationship and codependency expert. Over the course of 30 years, she has helped men and women recover from trauma, achieve greater self-esteem and autonomy, and find their paths personally and professionally.
This is Darlene's third guest appearance on A Fine Time for Healing.
To learn more about Darlene Lancer please visit her website http://www.whatiscodependency.com/
Contact Darlene by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will talk to the the importance of Kwanzaa its principles the upcoming year
Another Off the Cuff Conversation With Conscious Black Business Network. We will discuss upcoming events, current events, and more.
Open the lines up to talk about current events and business
Q and A with Listeners
Casual conversation with Brother Sankofa and Minister Ausar
Just because you've been in school the longest doesn't mean you're the smartest.
Why have people who have been a part of the cultural conscious community so long they should be eligible for retirement and a pension still not figured out and embraced nationhood and REAL Black Afrikan Power?
Call into the show so we can figure out how to get these people to their graduation ceremony.
I am ALL FOR tangible steps for things that might feel intangible. Ready for a few steps to help you let go of guilt and shame? Holding on to guilt and shame will keep us stuck energetically to a place, time and consciousness, the same place, time and consciousness in which the action took place. Ready to let it go? Let's talk about four tangible-ish steps you can take to release the energy and help yourself move on!
In February 2014, Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister was murdered in her own home—brutally bludgeoned, wrapped in a sheet, and stuffed inside a locked closet.
Fewer than twelve hours after her body was found and without any evidence, police decided a married couple from Denver had killed her. Within a few days, they arrested and charged Nancy Styler, a friend of Pfister’s who’d had a falling out with her after a business deal went sour, and Dr. Trey Styler, Nancy’s disabled husband, who recently lost the family home, his medical practice, and any hope of a peaceful retirement for himself and his wife. Eleven days later, police also arrested and charged Kathy Carpenter, Pfister’s underpaid and overworked personal assistant and closest friend.
Months later, Trey Styler, who was slowly losing his grip on reality as he battled with mental illness, confessed to the crime. Rampant speculation spread about whether he was involved at all—or if his confession was that of a man on his deathbed—because a medical condition appeared to have left him barely able to walk, much less carry out such a heinous crime. And, in the only interview before his death, Trey gives his account of that fateful day.
New York Times bestselling author Daleen Berry covers this compelling story from the inside, following the Stylers from their fairy-tale life in Denver to the morning of their simultaneous arrest to Nancy’s release from jail and her attempts to rebuild her shattered life. GUILT BY MATRIMONY-Daleen Berry
Join us tonight for a topic that is quite sensitive to everyone who may have been cheated on;.the subject of guilt and how it may affect your relationship, now or in the future.
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