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Today on HELP! Relationships102, we address the issue of dealing with disrespectful people who tend to bully others with their bad attitudes! Most people are convinced that the only way to deal with a person with an attitude is to either separate themselves from them and the DRAMA they bring or to confront them argumentatively— thus feeding and adding to the DRAMA!
But actually, there are other approaches that are far more effective, that will allow you to stand up for yourself without having to run from people with these kinds of issues —or be caught up in their drama!
Join us as we address this unaddressed issue!
Pastor Thea is continuing with the topic disrespectful kids Pastor Ra'Shin will go straight to the book!
We all have seen the footage by now, and it is some of the wildest foolishness we’ve seen! A teenage female high school student is aggressively manhandled, grabbed, slammed on her neck, toss across the room and then violently arrested by her school resource (police) officer for violating cell phone privileges and “causing a disturbance in class.”
There are multiple factors involved in this entire situation. From the child’s “disruption” to the police factor in this school, to the violence perpetrated on these children! Where should our focus and criticism be in all of this? On our parenting and child parameters? Or on our institutions and specifically police brutality? Did the girl deserve what happened to her in any way? Or did the cop completely mishandle this situation and abuse her and his power?
What are some of your perspectives and questions about what you’ve seen and heard? How does this make you feel as a citizen?
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Things happen in families. Someone gets sick, someone dies, someone goes to jail, someone gets strung out on drugs. It happens, our siblings, our cousins, maybe even our close friends, for whatever reason, leave behind children to raise and we choose to step up to the plate. But our choice, rather through a sense of compassion, obligation, or guilt, may not always be our spouse's choice. What if the child is unruly, undisciplined, disobedient and disrespectful? How do we love and care for them anyway? What if their presence disrupts our home? Should we expect our spouse to just continue to be patient and supportive? What happens if a child begins to negatively affect your marriage - and there is no other relative who is willing to step up? Would you put a child who is a blood relative in foster care? Should you, if they become too much to handle?
Things happen in families. Someone gets sick, someone dies, someone goes to jail, someone gets strung out on drugs. It happens, our siblings, our cousins, maybe even our close friends, for whatever reason, leave behind children to raise and we choose to step up to the plate. But our choice, rather through a sense of compassion, obligation, or guilt, may not always be our spouse's choice. What if the child is unruly, undisciplined, disobedient and disrespectful? How do we love and care for them anyway? What of their oresence disrupts our home? Should we expect our spouse to just continue to be patient and supportive? What happens if a child begins to negatively affect your marriage - and there is no other relative who is willing to step up? Would you put a child who is a blood relative in foster care? Should you, if they become too much to handle?
We live in a country that used to be revered, and respected. The United States used to be what other Countries strived for. Education, fighting for moral reasons, and being the land of opportunity were traits we used to be at the top with and stood behind with pride. Anymore it seems the only thing we are in the lead of is incarcerating our citizens for things like standing up for the Constitution, practicing their form of religion, speaking their mind, and for loving who they love…because it offends someone. Our children have become barely educated, disrespectful and lazy. Why? Because our government has dumbed down the educational system, and in many ways have made it impossible to discipline our children without it being seen as some form of abuse. Instead, we are given these circuses of entertainment called Presidential Debates. They have even destroyed the integrity of the Super Bowl and even worse yet, for a lot of people, the quality of commercials that were played during the Super Bowl. Tune into A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica Tuesday night and get Isa and Common Cal’s thoughts and insights on this and much more. Listen live Tuesday nights 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PST on wakeupinmerica.com, jrevradio.com and Coffee Party USA Radio Network.
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Are you a Team Player or are you Playing the TEAM? What is your Work Environment Like is it SICK?
· Bad Attitude
A Healthy TEAM is a UNIFIED Team: UNITY emerges as group members exhibit the following skills:
Openness/Supportive: Be Encouraging and work with a Buddy System, Understand Diversity is Important, be a Problem Solver
Trust and self-disclosure: Personal Accountability, Share ideas and information to help and encourage.
Respect: Group members communicate their opinions in a way that respects others, focusing on “What can we do to help you achieve your Goals?” rather than playing the blame game. See constructive feedback in the process section for more details.
"The emergence ofthe Black Panther Party in Oakland, California, in 1966 was one of the great moments in the history ofthe struggle for Black freedom and deep democracy in the United States of America. This courageous and visionary group ofyoung Black people decided to highlight the fundamental pillar of white supremacy and antidemocratic practice against Black people-namely, the vicious and unaccountable repressive actions of white police power over Black folk. Like Ida B. Wells-Barnett's heroic stance against the red terror of lynching and Jim Crow over a century ago, the Black Panther Party tried to exert democratic control over the arbitrary public violence of the U.S . nation-state that maimed and murdered Black citizens. Such organized efforts are rare in American history because they always result in Black leaders and activists paying the ultimate price of death and destruction. The Black Panther Party led by Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, David Hilliard, and others-took up this gallant challenge in the midst ofthe great awakening in the 1960s.
The founding of the precious experiment of democracy in the United States was based, in large part, on the niggerization of African peoples. This centuries-long process of niggerization was not simply the enslavement and exploitation of Blackpeople. It also aimed to keep Black people scared, intimidated, disrespectful, and distrustful of each other and doomed to helplessness and hopelessness. The basic goals of niggerization were to promote white greed and hatred; its primary strategies to secure these goals were racist ideology that degrades and devalues Black people and racist violence that terrorizes Black people.
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