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Angel J comes broadcasting live to you about Deadbeat parents. This is not a show belittling deadbeat parents, only to discuss a topic many shy away from. To voice your opinion and thoughts, dont hesitate to tweet Angel @Angel_Dmvstar with your thoughst and opinions. Stay tuned in to see how its going down.
Our youth today are being raised by deadbeat parents! There's a high rate of our youth being imprisoned today when they have parents in the home. Some kids even come from two parent households and are not being productive citizens. Our discussion will ask..Can a parent be considered a deadbeat when they're in the home? Are parents contributing to the well being of their children? Children are being affected by the neglect in their homes and this pours out into our communities. What are some solu
When couples split and children are involved, the right thing to do is pay child support to the custodial parent. If both parents are truly concerned about the welfare of the child, this process shouldn't even require court intervention, both parents should just agree on a dollar amount to be provided for the child's upkeep. But, let's face it, child support is too often used as a weapon of vengeance. Women, be honest, do you feel that if your ex-husband, or baby's daddy left you for another woman, you'd be ready to demand more money for child support and have him thrown in jail if he doesn't pay? Men, do you feel if your ex-wife or baby's mama leaves you for another man, she shouldn't expect a dime from you? Is Dad truly a deadbeat, or are the children just pawns in a game between two adults who are still trying to hurt each other after a bad breakup? Pastors Darrell and Jean Lockett of After God's Own Heart Ministries examine the deeper emotions behind the child support conflict.
Ceila Kibler of Funfit's Organically Grown Gym discusses fitness, nutrition & health and the benefits to kids by making them stronger, more balanced, more aware and focused. This helps kids to perform better in school and sleep better at night. Celia also will discuss how bringing back the basics of less electronics and more play will contribute to our families' health.
Celia Kibler is the founder of Funfit's Organically Grown Gym in Maryland. She is an Internationally recognized Expert in Childhood Obesity and has certifications in Personal Training, Sports Nutrition, Radiant Child Yoga, and Laughter Yoga.
Celia is married and has 2 children, 3 step-children and 3 grandchildren. She has a passion for leading children on a path of a healthy & fun life. www.oggym.com
Blues singer Buddy Guy once sang that "It's cheaper to keep her"... But has it actually become cheaper for fathers to abandon their families?
While the national divorce rate is at 50%; dual-parenting in Black families are almost non-existant with less than 28% of Black children having a father at all.
Are Black fathers deadbeats, or are they being forced out of their children's lives by laws, economics, and even their child's mothers?
We'll discuss the financial, emotional, and societal costs that broken families have on our society, and discuss if men should "fight" to be fathers. at all
“Why teens hide their sex lives from their parents” (October 15th 2013 @ 9pm EST, 8pm CST, or 6pm PST)...(Call in to listen LIVE, ask a question or to interject @ (760)259-2345...or listen in “LIVE” from our website @ www.healingheartsradio.com (and then click on “LISTEN LIVE NOW” under the show topic)….(Or listen to any of our past shows on our website).
What’s driving our national obsession with anti-bullying legislation? At least 44 states have anti-bullying laws on the books and six of those, including New Jersey and Massachusetts, have language that specifically mention “cyber bullying.”
Dr. Susan Porter, a former teacher, school counselor, and currently school administrator at a high school in Marin, California, says we are overusing the “bully” label by including almost any conflict among kids--from being unfriendly and social exclusion, to name-calling.
On this episode, Dr. Porter, author of BULLY NATION: Why America’s Approach to Childhood Aggression is Bad for Everyone, will discuss:
-Why anti-bullying policies don’t work: intensifying hostilities, hurting children’s emotional development, and often turning parents against one another.
-How schools and parents can respond to these conflicts rather than react, and when to intervene
-Why the definition of "Bully" has expanded over the past two decades
-How Columbine has fueled our national fear of childhood aggression
Dr. Susan Eva Porter has worked in schools for over two decades. Her primary focus is on establishing and supporting healthy school environments, working with adults to effect positive change within school systems, and supporting students and their parents.
After working for years as an educator and school counselor, Sue is now a Dean of Students at a high school in Marin County, CA.
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We all have our ideas of what LOVE looks like.
Have you ever stopped to think what it looks like to you? Do you take what you can get in relationships? Do you even love you? Many of our preconceived ideas were formed by our relationships with our parents...some are dysfunctional and misconstrued. We must ALL re-evaluate what love looks like so we can be sure to not settle for leftovers or whatever others choose to give us. To receive w