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  • 00:23

    JackedUp Relationships with Tracey J

    in Pop Culture

    JackedUp Relationships with Tracey J is a show that talks about dating, marital & other personal relationships that have gone horribly, terribly and embarassingly wrong.  This call in show will discuss the host's bad relationships, celebrity figures' relationships, and will also recognize author's and experts as guests or studies performed by the aforementioned. 


    Listeners will be able to call in and share their experience anonymously without judgement and will get the sense of purging/exhaling from their pinned up guilt or hiding a secret in order to heal and grow.


    We will also have character cameos from actors that will add a comedic element to the show, to lighten up the gravity or morbidity on some topics. 

  • 00:30

    JackedUp Relationships with Tracey J

    in Pop Culture

    Ever have a dating don't, a marriage mishap or have your crush, crushed???  Let's talk about it on today's show.  You don't have to say who you are or where you live, but we do want to hear your stories! We will have a laugh, wipe a tear and connect with real life stories and shared experiences on this show. 


    Call, email and definitely listen in to the show where we will have guest hosts, read poetry, and talk about our relationship ISSHOOES!


    Thank you!

  • Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors by Lisa Ferentz

    in Christianity

    ?Greetings to all and God bless you. A month ago Lisa Ferentz was due in the studio for an interview but due to weather conditions we had to reschedule come join us August 20, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. CST.



    How to take away the sense of shame that accompanies mental health struggles
    The first steps a person struggling with mental health issues should take to getting help and treating their triggers
    How to approach someone you believe is suffering to offer help or support
    Why therapists or other medical professionals are important in helping both those who suffer and their support systems
    Self-soothing strategies sufferers can begin using at home


    A global issue in need of support to eliminate its stigma, I hope we can work together to share Lisa's powerful and timely insights with your readers. Lisa's book, Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors, is also available upon request. 


    Lisa Ferentz is a nationally recognized Psychotherapist, Clinical Consultant, and Educator, specializing in the treatment of adolescent and adult trauma, abuse, and neglect. She is the founder and president of The Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy Training and Education, Inc. She was given "The Social Worker of the Year Award" by the Maryland Society for Clinical Social Work in 2009 and is the author of Treating Self-Destructive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors: A Clinician's Guide, now in its second edition, as well as Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors: A Workbook of Hope and Healing. 


     

  • 01:06

    Relationships

    in Self Help

    Finding and fostering the relationships that support and honor us. 


    They bring us our greatest joys and our deepest wounds. They reveal to us our capacity for love and compassion as well as anger and hate. Why is it we sometimes stay in relationships that aren't healthy for us, or we stick around hoping the it will change? How do you let the relationships that aren't working go and nourish the relationships that do? If you have a relationship that you need help with, call or chat, we are here to help!


    Let's talk about it! 

  • 00:45

    Relationships are overrated

    in Romance

    We're discussing different relationship topics that need to be answered

  • 00:58

    Guest: Alan Fox, author of People Tools for Love and Relationships

    in Relationships

    Alan C. Fox has inspired thousands of readers with the invaluable advice and engaging stories in his two bestselling books People Tools and People Tools for Business.  Now he is back with the ultimate guide to a better life: People Tools for Love and Relationships: The Journey from Me to Us.

    Each chapter of the book illustrates a different “People Tool” using insightful stories and amusing anecdotes from Alan’s life. From learning how to talk about money with your partner, how and when to apologize, to increasing trust and intimacy, each tool addresses a specific relationship issue and provides a simple, straightforward approach that you can adopt to create a positive result.
    Some of the useful People Tools in the book include:
    How to be the right person. To build a successful life partnership, it’s more important to learn to be the right person than it is to find the right person.
    The Best Defense is No Defense. While having a strong defense is helpful on the battlefield, being defensive in your relationships can cause serious problems.
    With All Faults. No one is perfect. In any relationship it is important to accept your partner as they are, including their faults.
    Catch Them Being Better. Rather than criticizing your partner for the qualities you might not like, try complimenting them for what you appreciate.
     
    These easy-to-use tools will help you form deeper connections and grow closer to the people in your life. 


    Entrepreneur, philanthropist, mentor and relationship expert Alan C. Fox has graduate degrees in counseling, law, and professional writing. To learn more about Alan and People Tools, visit www.peopletoolsbook.com.

  • 01:00

    Relationships And More...

    in Lifestyle

    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!


     

  • 00:29

    How Shame & Guilt Play Into Relationships

    in Relationships

    On this podcast, I talk about Toxic Shame versus Healthy Shame, and how these emotions create distance and tension in relationships.

  • How to Release Toxic Relationships

    in Women

    Life Interrupted Radio welcomes Stephen Scoggins from www.Stephenscoggins.com and Jordin Corlett from www.boundariesoflove.com.


    Sad, some people call it love... Together we'll discover how toxic relationships often hide behind the mask of love and how to release toxic relationships so that you can unleash the power of forgiveness for your self and others.


    They will share their insights on toxic relationships and firm, fair boundary setting and:



    The warning signs of a toxic relationship.

    How to recover from unworthiness and your inner wounds.

    How to unlock bitterness and resentment.

    Unleash the power of forgiveness for your self and others. 


    Join Sharon Sayler, your host for Life Interrupted Radio this Friday evening August 26 at 7PM EDT on www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/ToxicPeople


    #LifeInterrupted

  • 00:41

    Addiction and Relationships

    in Self Help

    Have you ever dated an Addict? Can you spot the signs on an Addict? ?How does sexual abuse play in addiction? On this podcast, I talk about signs and symptoms of opioid and alcohol addiction and how that impacts relationships.

  • 02:01

    Energy Vampires and Toxic Relationships

    in Spirituality

    Do you have energy vampires in your life? These are the people who drain your energy after a time of being around or in contact with them. Are there certain people in your life who seem to take more than they give? Do you have dream killers in your life that will tell you why you CAN'T do or achieve certain things? You may have an energy vampire or two in your life. Our community is plagued with toxic relationships and it is time to HEAL and repair our relationships in our families and communities. We will discuss how to clear the negative energy so that you may free yourself to have connections that are balanced, reciprocal, compassionate and in line with the principals of Maat. We will discuss the attributes of Maat and what they are and how these elements should be in active in our lives. We will also discuss how to assess your relationships and raise your vibration to attract and maintain healthy relationsips of all types.