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Theresa Byrne is a natural protector-power expert who loves seeing people find their innate power. She's a 4th Degree Master Black Belt, the owner of a CO martial arts & fitness center, and creator of a self-defense keychain tool. She's the author of "InPower: 3 Ways to Unleash Your Superpowers", has a B.A. in Communication (with concentrations in Psychology/Social Work/Crisis Intervention and Business/Marketing) and is also a C.M.T focused in sports, kinesiology and healing.
Theresa's also a nationally recognized defense expert teaching on SPIKE TV and several national television programs, and a writer with The Good Men Project and HuffingtonPost.
Boundaries are essential in healthy relationships. Theresa Byrne, author and 4th degree Master Black Belt, shares how to set healthy boundaries in all your relationships.
Eva Angvert Harren is the creator of The BEAM LiFE Process that uses body-centered healing and recovery techniques to help people ‘Release, Restore, Recover and Come Alive'. Her techniques help individuals find relief from anger, anxiety, stress, addictive behaviors and thought patterns. Today, Eva and I are going to talk about the reverse of ‘setting limits’, which is 'setting positive boundaries'; which are limits with an end in mind. Tune in to hear more.
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Alex Watson is a high school student, his father is celebrated historian Robert Watson, Ph.D, together they have collaborated onThe Crossing their first book in the Time Zone Series.
The Crossing is a grand adventure and engaging story of Chase Maxwell and his scientist grandfather as they travel back in time to help George Washington win the Revolutionary War.
Dr. Robert Watson is professor of American Studies at Lynn University and a political analyst for numerous media outlets. Robert has been interviewed thousands of times by television, print, radio, and online news outlets in the United States and approximately 50 other countries, including by CNN, the BBC, The New York Times, American History TV, the Associated Press, RTE 1 Irish National Radio, and ABC Radio in Australia. He is the author or editor of over three dozen books and over 150 scholarly articles and chapters on topics in history and politics. His recent book America’s First Crisis: The War of 1812 won the Independent Publishers’ Gold Medal as the book of the year in history.
Alex Watson has appeared on C-SPAN’s Book TV program, the Writers’ Voice Radio show, and other media outlets to discuss his novels, and has lectured at numerous schools and libraries to promote writing among children and teens. For his efforts, Alex was named to the Boca Life Magazine’s “40 Under 40” list of young leaders who are making an impact in the community.
How can you stop your spouse from behaviors destructive to him- herself, to you, to your family, or to your relationship?
You set boundaries.
How do you get your spouse to do the things necessary to keep your relationship alive when it seems it may not last?
You set criteria.
Boundaries and criteria are different. They have similarities, but the difference between them is crucial to understand. Even if a person sets and enforces solid boundaries, s/he may well be missing the effective restoration to a good relationship that can come with solid criteria.
Our experience is that most people either don't set boundaries, set boundaries that are too broad, or any number of other things that make the boundaries either impossible to keep, or that are ignored by their spouses.
We also witness people setting no criteria, poor criteria, and other mistakes that don't motivate their spouses to meet the criteria at all.
How do you set boundaries? In this program Joe Beam discusses that in detail. How to make them, what to avoid, when to enforce them, and why they work.
What about criteria? In this program, Joe explains the difference between boundaries and criteria, when to establish criteria, how to make ones that help, and how to use them to make your relationship better.
Criteria and boundaries are not wishes and wants: They establish absolute do's and absolute don't's.
Death water flowing down out of City of Adam was stopped and gathered up in a heap. Sin flowing down to us out of Adam is broken by our death with Christ signified by crossing Jordan. They couldn't cross Jordan until Moses was dead (dead to law leads to abundant life).
Main focus is life springing out of death. Death to old man old creation represented by stones placed and left in bottom of Jordan. New man new creation springing out of death are the stones taken out (springing up out of burial in river) from bottom of river and placed in the land.
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In light of the latest situation of Lamar Odom and his ex-wife, Khloe Kardashian, staying by his side some of the ladies from Nouveau Exposure Magazine are discussing relationship boundaries. Do they exist? What should they be? Tune in for a great chat with the girls!
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Having clear boundaries is essential to a healthy, balanced life. A boundary is a personal property line that marks those things for which we are responsible. In other words, boundaries define who we are and who we are not.
Boundaries impact all areas of our lives: Physical boundaries help us determine who may touch us and under what circumstances -- Mental boundaries give us the freedom to have our own thoughts and opinions -- Emotional boundaries help us to deal with our own emotions and disengage from the harmful, manipulative emotions of others.
The same way boundaries are meant to protect us by what we will allow into our lives, physical borders of a country are meant to the same thing. People become citizens of a country and are held together by a common culture and language. This belief in borders, language and culture is what binds us together and helps us prosper and advance as a culture. Our system of governance is based on individual rights, property laws and the rule of law. This is what has helped the US advance to a level of financial prosperity, individual liberty and scientific achievement far exceeding any nation to come before it in human history.
However the US is being invaded (as is Europe) via mass immigration, by cultures that don't share these same beliefs - and the long term consequence will be disastrous to
Hi Everyone & welcome to Soul Tuesday Dec 22nd, 2015 with www.blogtalkradio.com/lifeissobeautiful at 3p.m. eastern. Call in # 347-205-9957 press 1 to speak & chat rm. open.
Theme Healing Via Birthing, Boundaries, Balance. Shifting into the REAL you.
How are you feeling in this Holy Season? I’m feeling a New Birth happening for us all so please join me and Victor Holliday as we talk about the 3 B’s will support you in not only getting through the rest of this year, but through the rest of your life.
Victor Holliday is a great spiritual healer and bring us all into such an awareness of the value of staying in the present moment each in everyday , if we choose to go from Glory to an even greater Glory in our Creator’s love.
Vanda Guzman is a singer, song writer, performer, gifted with gifts from the Holy Spirit to help you find out anything you need to know to be the best you came here to be. She’s an ordained Minister as well as an Angel intuitive from Doreen Virtue and she loves to serve from her heart.
So join us with your questions & comments as we welcome them all, why? Because we are all is this together.
Love & Thanks Vanda
Setting boundaries is an essential skill in life, especially for people in recovery. Alcoholic and addicts often have dysfunctional boundaries: either too rigid (leading to suppressed emotions or distant relationships) or too enmeshed (depriving us of a sense of personal identity). If we don't learn how to create and maintain healthy boundaries interpersonal relationships may continue to be defined by old roles and patterns, increasing the risk of relapse.
As part of recovery, we learn how to set boundaries and to respect other people’s boundaries in return.
But, especially in early recovery, this can be daunting. An important aspect of setting healthy boundaries is learning, simply, how to say "no". Another important part of setting boundaries is identifying how we are feeling; something that can take practice when we are newly sober. We can't teach other people how to treat us if we can't identify our own thoughts, feelings and emotions.
On this show we will discuss what boundaries are, why they are important, and share tips, tools and advice on ways we identify, build and strengthen them, with an emphasis on how to do this when you are newly sober.
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