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Do you have a flaky friend who’s always late, misses dates? Maybe it’s time to go beyond what you perceive and find out if your friend’s behavior is fueled by their ego or if they're unable to cope with their life. We’re often quick to judge, complain… but if you have a friend with this repeat behavior it’s time to go further into the why.
Do you really know what’s going on in your friend’s life? Go to blog.
The “Flaky Friend” Deconstruct Generally absent minded. I have a friend who loves to hang out with me when I’m around, but forgets me when I’m not in her immediate vicinity. I realize that’s just who she is. Now, I manage my expectations in this friendship. Find out how!
Overactive sense of self. Years ago, I realized that a friend only calls when she needs something. My ego-driven friend’s value outweighs what I consider annoying behavior, find out what to do to manage these friendships...
Friends who are truly suffering Friends who suffers; inability to cope, mental disorder and depression. I have friends who find it difficult to cope and they usually keep their suffering secret for a long time. Standing me up, breaking a date at the last minute is nothing compared to the days they spend trying to get out of bed.
Joining us today is Dr. Jonathan Brady - www.bradyesque.com. Go to www.superfriendgroups.com for more information. Always remember…. A great friend starts with you.
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Today, I’m heading out to participate on a media panel at the Circle of Change Leadership Conference – an event that brings together college student leaders from across America for one weekend. A group of social/media professionals will discuss how networking can contribute to your net-worth. But what if you hate networking, fear looking like a fool… get tongue tied and don’t know what to contribute.
Networking is a valuable and necessary part of doing business. If you miss out or deprive yourself of this infra-structure you'll lose a valuable resource. Learn how to overcome your fear and navigate how to network.
Today, Dr. Brady will help with your fear of networking, as well as help those who feel they don’t do well at these events. Tips to help you!
Why do you fear networking?
What value can networking add to your life?
What can you contribute to the networking group?
What is effective networking?
How to take responsibility for your career and future.
Techniques to get over your fears.
Insider tips on getting through the event.
Dr. Jonathan Brady is a marriage and family therapist who has extensive research on group dynamics.
Go to Super Friend Groups for blog on “How Friend Networks Contribute to your Net-Worth.”
Remember… a great friends starts with you!
Network Image provided by Circle of Change.
This show is about God and how He's been my best Friend my whole life. I've done nothing to deserve His love and Friendship but He's always been there.
He knows exactly what to say and do. He told me I was beautiful when I looked in the mirror and saw just a puffy white ugly marshmellow of a woman. He uses me to encourage and speak to you not because I'm perfect but because I was so screwed up in so many ways.
I've learned His love never fails, even when I do. There is nothing I could ever do on my own to deserve a Friend who cares about every detail of my life...but He doesn't expect me to Earn His Friendship...He simply wants me to be His friend and hang out with him just like all my other friends do.
God wants to be your Best Friend to and trust me he loves you just the way you are!
Scandal – Episode 304: Say Hello to My Little FriendThis week, Pope & Associates is faced with a case that feels pretty familiar. The team must consider taking on a senator who snaps inappropriate pictures of his (not so) private parts. If only that were an unrealistic stretch! Meanwhile, Mellie faces off with a Democratic Congresswoman, played by Lisa Kudrow. Patrick Fabian and Melora Hardin also guest star. Join Tiffany, Tash, and Lucia to discuss the latest scandalous episode on Saturday, October 26th at 8pm ET. Grab the wine, make some popcorn, and call in with your thoughts!
A New Friend: In 2011 a 15 year old boy named Lucas joined Kristin in Glory. His mother, Tonya will be my guest tonght to tell us what happened then and what is happening now. With your radio host and Bible believer, Kim Magdalein of God Is My Strength "God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way perfect." 2 Samuel 22:33
Who hijacked your brain?
Often, as friends, you have to confess that you are (ahem) sometimes envious of your friends. She nailed a terrific promotion you wanted; he was your buddy but got into a loving relationship and now you're the third wheel. Your friend's teenager received top honors or landed a key position on the school's soccer team while your child struck out on both.
These people are your allies so why, why, why are you upset or snotty when they do well?
Envy is a Great Teacher.
Think about this: if your old school friend is doing well as a chef in Switzerland - do you care? No, you'd probably send them a congrats comment on Facebook. Or, you don't have children so if little Milly is excelling in nuclear physics you'd send her a personal email.
So why are you more competitive with your friends than with strangers?
Mixing personal stories with real science TUNE IN to find out more about the Confessions of an Envious Friends...
We'd love your comments, questions and insights about friends anytime - go to www.superfriendgroups.com.
Thank yous for the show:
Image of lady drinking tea (who we're sure is probably more envied than envious) provided by BitchBuzz (Flickr: Laura Silver @ "Tea in the Piazza") [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons.
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in Self Help
From firewalks to adventurous, scarey climbs...with each and every new thing I try that I would otherwise be deathly afraid of I constantly change my life. Of course, I need to change my thoughts about fear to accomplish most of these things...but I'm going to share some of those experiences with you.