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NFL player Adrian Peterson expressed remorse for injuring his son and maintained he was disciplining him - with a "switch" from a tree - the way he was disciplined as a child. The NFL has decided to suspend Minnesota Viking running back Adrian Peterson without pay. He is eligible for reinstatement in April but also can appeal the league's ruling immediately. Peterson has already been adjudicated and will pay a $4,000 fine and is required to do community service. All of this is on the heels of the NFL Ray Rice scandal.
We will interview therapist Sharon K. Ball who believes the victims of abuse are predominately women -- 86% of the time. The big question is why many of these women refuse to leave an abusive relationship. To some extent, says Ball, control and abuse is ingrained in certain cultures - that women and children are simply property. She refers to this as a power-over strategy used by many men. In families where abuse was present, children come out and practice the same behavior in their family because they see it as "normal." Ball says when disciplining children one size does not always fit all. Parents must be aware of what they bring from their past.
Talk radio host Tiffani Knowles will be joined by IjustMetMe's Tobi Atte to get to the nitty-gritty of this important societal issue.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
SPECIAL GUEST Nikeema Lee Intimate Relationships Coach, Author, Radio Personality & Talk Show Host. Nikeema T. Lee M.S. is an Intimate Relationships Coach, Author, & former WGIV 103.3 FM Morning Show Host in Charlotte, NC. Nikeema Lee focuses her energy on coaching people on how to LOVE themselves. She is a beacon of insight on self-love and reconnection.
Have you ever wondered how somebody got you to do something you didn’t really want to do? Or why you ended up in a situation that you didn’t feel you chose?
If you frequently feel this way around your partner, then you may want to consider whether or not you are being emotionally manipulated.
Some people are highly skilled at manipulation. They learned it as a survival skill to get what they needed in life. But for many, manipulation becomes a habit that carries into adulthood when it’s no longer necessary.
Women and Men in abusive Relationships
Your daughter is dating the nice guy that has great manners and you assume he is perfect for her. Fact is teenage girls all over America are in abusive relationships and many times parents are in the dark. But what are the signs when do you get involved and how. Join us tonight as we talk about it
Are the dangerous things that women do in relationships taboo to talk about? It feels like you often can’t be critical of women about anything! I feel like, we as society grossly under estimate the lack of emotional control women often exhibit and the respective dangers often associated their lack of emotional control! I was told by women that 'men are just as emotionally dangerous!'
But is that really the case?!? Seems like we have a pretty good recognition of the dangers that men pose in relationships across the board, but some of these more critical notions about women are more so a new conversation or focal point. And it is often received and translated as “Woman Bashing”! But men feel it is more so “Woman Criticizing” which is the only way to recognize that we have challenges and we need to work on them...
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Exposing shame and how it plays a vital role in abusive relationships
We are indeed living in the age of digital technology and social media! In fact 20 years ago, who would have imagined that the average person can run their own radio station from home, and reach as far as the entire globe! with that said, we use social media on a regular basis. we are always Facebooking, Instagraming, or Tweeting our thoughts, ideas, and feelings. It has also become a platform for individuals to tell the world how they feel about their significant other (good or bad)! Expressing your love for someone publicly can be a very beautiful thing! Insomuch that on special occassions and anniversaries it is almost an expected requirement, but things can really begin to spiral downward when arguements, and private dissapointments in the relationship are made public on the internet. How is this social media affecting our relationships?..............Let's talk about it
LISTEN IN TO THIS AWESOME SHOW WITH THE GYE MAN AND MY SPECIAL GUEST BABA KEN. DISCUSSION ISSUES, THAT ARE RARELY SPOKEN OF, CAN PEOPLE LOVE WHEN THEIR HEART IS HURT AND FILLED WITH HATE. THIS IS THE KINGS POINT OF VIEW ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS AND THE WONDERFUL GIFT OF SEXOLOGY.