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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
Exposing shame and how it plays a vital role in abusive relationships
It's time to turn away from what you had, what your used to dealing with, and reach for A Higher Level of Relationships. Yet, in order to do this, you must be on that level. How do you get there? What does it mean for us to have/make the bible the standard for our lives and relationships? "You do the talking".... let us know what these scriptures mean to you regarding the type of quality (higher level) relationship you desire. Hebrews 4:12-13,
1 Timothy 4:16, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1: 19-21, John 8: 31-32, Matthew 15: 1-9, John 12:47-48 and Acts 17:11. Listen in next, on the EYIC Radio Network airing Monday, 12/15/14 from 8pm to 10pm EST. The call in number is (949) 272-9514; press 1 to speak with host. Listen from your cell or computer by clicking http://tobtr.com/s/7151697. Help us bring down Christian Divorce & Abuse via biblical education and teachings on "relationships" from the Bible, one online broadcast at a time. Sow your donation today by clicking the link listed, and help keep our online programming on face book and twitter up and running - every week. Love at the Root Ministry. Click, http://www.gofundme.com/loveattheroot
Cleansing Emotionally and Physically For The New Year And Other Health Questions today 6-7:30pm.
I know you are going through so much pain over this guy and that your friend has gone behind your back. I am not going to tell you to get over him, because I understand, you just can’t. But let me bring some things to your mind….Is this boy really the best boy in the world if he hooks up with random girls (your old friend) with no intention of making the relationship go anywhere? Boys will say that they do not want to hurt anyone and that they don’t want to get in a relationship, but that almost always brings more hurt. Instead of trying to get over this boy, I think you need to believe in yourself more. You do not deserve to have your heart played with, and yes, he is playing with your heart, maybe not out of meanness or he may not be trying to, but when a boy says all those sweet things to a girl and never commits, it is playing. Have confidence in yourself, you are worth more than this boy can offer (even if it seems like he has everything you want now). Some guy, even more wonderful than him, will love you. Be willing to wait for that guy that wants a solid, truthful, loving relationship. So instead of trying to get over him all the time, realize how much more you deserve. Unless this guy totally apologizes and matures some, he is not worth the immense heart ache you are feeling. You are worth so much more, friend. Don’t let someone get you so upset and so distraught that you forget the even more amazing things and amazing people who could walk into your life any second.
Dr. Ruth Nemzoff, author of Don't Bite Your Tongue: How to Foster Rewarding Relationships with Your Adult Children (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008) and Don't Roll Your Eyes: Making In-Laws Into Family (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2012) is our guest on Monday, December 8. She will be talking about the complexities of family relationships and how they are often exacerbated by the holiday season and family gatherings. How many times have you heard: - "prey for me - we're going to my mother-in law," or: "my son's and his wife for the holidays".
Dr. Ruth Nemzoff is a resident scholar at Brandeis University's Women's Studies Research Center. She lectures on parenting adult children, relationships and family dynamics. Her papers are archived at the Schlesinger Library at Harvard University where she also holds a doctorate in social policy. She has served three terms in the New Hampshire Legislature and was New Hampshire Deputy Commissioner of Health and Welfare. She is the mother of four adult children, four in-law children and grandmother of eight. She lives in Brookline, MA with her husband Harris Berman, Dean of Tufts University School of Medicine.
Join us and special guest Torah as she breaks down relationships and their spiritual dynamics.
Writeous Talk on Love and Relationship is a show dedicated to thought-provoking content that encourages meaningful dialogue about love & relationships between single men and women who desire to be married. We'll discuss real issues that women talk about among themselves and men talk about among themselves, but rarely discuss openly between us. This show is not intended to pit men and women against one another as shows do which spark ratings/listenership, but does nothing to better our collective or individual understanding of one another which will ultimately improve the quality of our relationships. That is the mission and purpose of this show.
ABOUT YOUR HOST:
Derek Q. Sanders is a published author, blogger, public speaker, songwriter, and a musician. He has traveled the country as a musician on two consecutive tours with international spoken word artist, Mike Ellison.
On love & relationships, Derek speaks from a place of transparency and truth. He writes from two key premises (1) in the current societal landscape, women are not only undervalued, they are devalued being routinely objectified daily through mainstream media and entertainment. He provides insightful content that uplifts with truth & love. (2) There are far too few platforms that encourage open and honest dialogue between men and women that center on real issues that affect the health and well-being of our relationships. He creates that needed space.
Derek's mission is to foster strong healthy relationships by providing thought-provoking commentary that creates the atmosphere for dialogue that invites meaningful conversations between men and women to improve the quality of our relationships by finding and offering viable solutions.