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It's time to tell the truth as me and my guest Linda Wattley share her awesome life as she reveals how it was to be in the military and dealing with the issue of PTSD. Linda is also an author of the book Soldier with a Backpack. Please tune in Friday February 12th 2016 at 7:30pm EST and the call in number is 347-945-6003.
Those who have experienced narcissistic abuse know how difficult it can be to communicate with them. Every narcissistic abuse survivor asks the same questions: Why are they so defensive? How do we deal with them? Will they ever change?
Today's special guest, Darlene Lancer is here to answer those questions and talk about her newest book, Dealing with a Narcissist: 8 Steps to Improve Self-Esteem and Set Boundaries in Difficult Relationships. Darlene is also the author of several other books including Codependency for Dummies and the new book Freedom from Guilt and Blame: Finding Self-Forgiveness.
Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and relationship and codependency expert. Over the course of 25 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 at firstname.lastname@example.org
When you "Little Girl" becomes a YOUNG LADY but she still hasn't left home. Do you still treat her like a baby? How do you handle the "Let's talk Woman to Woman" with your Adult "Little Girl".
The WORLD sees your "Little Girl" as ain adult but what do YOU see?
These things and MORE on the NEXT EPISODE of "Relationships and You" with Radio Talk Show Host Robin Manley and her FEATURED GUEST is her OWN DAUGHTER 2ndLF Jasmyne Williams
"HEAR" you there!!!
BSW - Episode 18 - Dealing With The Negative
Pastor Bryan Webber Email: email@example.com
After we go through a miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant loss, our lives are changed forever. During our grief journey we might find that there are certain situations and/or occasions that can provoke (or trigger) intense emotional responses. How can we cope when faced with these situations?
On tonight’s show the topic will be When grief gets intense: Dealing with triggers.
Join the conversation and share your story with us calling (845)-241-9893
“There is sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love.” Washington Irving
MM Radio... DISCUSSING THE TOPICS THAT MATTER TO YOU
Do you still have residual pain from the past, whether emotional, physical or Spiritual pain or a combination of the 3 mentioned above? If so, this is the show for you. This show deals with taking control of the emotions that have haunted you in this lifetime and other lifetimes and using it to catapult your way into a higher vibrational reality and into the Light of the Divine. The most important thing I have learned is to release all emotions naturally, at the time that they occur. For example, if something sad happened, then in order to release the pain, you should cry. Crying releases emotional pain through the heart chakra, where it is released through the tear ducts and tears themselves symbolize washing away the pain from within. According to meditationoasis.com, the author suggests meditation as a form of emotional release. The author states that ‘when we put our attention on the heart chakra, we may feel what is waiting there to be processed. It’s the job of the heart chakra to process certain emotions, and when we relax in meditation and allow our attention to go there, the heart chakra gains the energy to do its job. While no one likes to experience emotional pain, it is a part of healing and recovering from an emotional trauma. Therefore, there are several techniques that you can use to rid yourself of emotional pain from the past and move forward into the light and into a happier and more peaceful reality, knowing that your emotions are not suppressed on a daily basis, and therefore, will not develop into a pain body. This is a long-term process that goes on through many lifetimes and it is important to stay active and possibly seeing a therapist in order to release emotional pain as well, according to the author...so join me for this special show about forgiveness of self and others and learning to take life as it goes....namaste
A husband cheating with his wife’s best friend, fathers who haven’t seen/spoken to their kids in years, abusers, liars, and dogs are just a few examples of the worst possible types of men, who find ways of weaseling their way into the lives of unsuspecting women…Tune into “The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST, for a rebroadcast of my special on “How to Avoid Dealing With a Low Down Dirty Bastard in 2015”. To hear us discuss exactly how to identify the types of red flags that could save you a lot of hurt, pain and heartaches in dating/relationships and marriage, call 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “Real Radio that Matters for Over 10 years”.
It's Black History Month and many will be honoring our ancestors who impacted American life. For most this creates a dissonance between being African American, black, and American. It also is a time when confirmation bias is at its most complex in the black church tradition. Confirmation bias is a term most people are not familiar with but operate in everyday. There are things that we believe that no one can dissuade us from believing. Many times we surround ourselves with others who share similar beliefs, ideals, or values. The church is in the business of confirmation bias, but are preachers using it to reinforce negative ideas and practices. How does confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance work in today's preaching and church experience? Join Pastor Neal for this and other great topics.
Admitting loneliness is not a negative confession in itself but an honest and humbling expression of human need. The desire for companionship is a legitimate need. The book of Ecclesiastes says to everything there is a season, time and a purpose. How does one embrace this season and not let it consume them in a negative way? Let's discuss how to turn this negative into a positive on tonight's episode of Nothing but the truth.
Eddie Harris will discuss the Meta Physics of the P- Funk Parliament Funkadelic, and James Brown Dealing with Today....Listen and Learn
We will discuss some of the ways to deal with some of the common conflicts in relationships.