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Join national pageant winner, counselor and life coach Tammie, spa owner, and beauty consultant Debbie as they join their local Girlfriends Group co-host Tami Salts at SECC's Girlfriends Group in Everett WA.
What's the true meaning of being a sacrafice? What is being the temple of God?
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In some relationships, the time comes to say goodbye at some point, but is it okay to be friends with your ex? What about your friends and family keeping lasting relationships with your ex?
Tune in as the ladies discuss this and more this Sunday night!
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National pageant winner and life coach Tammie and beauty consultant and spa owner Debbie join their co-host from Girlfriends group in South Everett Community church Tami Salts.
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Inside and outside beauty!
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She's your ride or die chick. She's the first person you call with good news. When you're with her, you feel safe and most comfortable. She tells you when you're wrong and she praises you when you're right. You'd do anything for her because she's your best friend. Think about it..... is your girlfriend the new boyfriend/husband? Call us and let us know!
We are having dessert and beauty night here in our Everet studio so grab yourself a treat and a cup of coffee learn more about skin care and some hair care wtih Debbie Kroeze and a little Bible study and some closing remarks by Tammie Kroeze.
Join national pageant winner and life coach Tammie, with beauty consultant and spa owner Debbie as they join local Girlfriends host Tami Salts at South Everett Community Church
Time to discuss about the "EX". We are sure that a good percentage of people deal with their ex spouses or ex boyfriend/girlfriend daily. Breaking up is never fun. If it were there wouldn't be so many country songs about it. Then you deal with should we stay friends or not and if a couple has kids then they do have to deal with each other more often than they want to. How do you deal with mutual friends? How would you behave when you run across them and they have a date? What are the tips that we can share to handle different situations? Just the few questions that we will be asking but there will be more. It will be another informative show people so make sure to tune in, log in or call in.
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As women over 50, we know that our girlfriends are a meaningful and enriching component to our lives. But did you know that having a circle of women friends is critical to your health as well?
Join Suzanne Braun Levine as she shares all about her new book, YOU GOTTA HAVE GIRLFREINDS, which launches on April 16th. Using her well-honed powers of observation, her keen insights, and recent findings from the medical community, Suzanne brings to light the multi-layers of friendship with honesty, warmth, and humor. In fact, you’ll want to be certain you grab a copy of her new book for yourself so that you can recognize and relish the ways your girlfriends have enriched your own life… and your health.
So share the good news with your friends. Tune in, spread the word, and celebrate the women of your life with author, activist, and chronicler of our lives past fifty, Suzanne Braun Levine!
Getting back together with an ex is always a tricky question. We'll discuss why you should or shouldn't. Also, I have some office politics questions and we'll talk about ways to deal with back-handed compliments.
Why Women Assault (Beat their boyfriends or husbands) and the Reasons Offered for Such Behavior
A lot of attention has been paid to debates over whether women initiate assaults as often as men, and whether assaults by women are dangerous. Relatively little has been paid to why women initiate assaults. (One reason for this, I suggest, is an "ideology" that women are not violent and that domestic violence is a sign of male oppression of women
The more interesting question, however, is why women initiate assault in an intimate relationship. Fiebert and Gonzalez report on one of the largest surveys conducted to look at this question, involving 978 female college by Savings Explorer" from southern California. APA Monitor, v. 29, #4, April 1998) express concern that if women feel they can "get away with it," they will slap and hit--but that, sooner or later, the man may strike back. If he does, he may do serious damage even if he pulls his punch.
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