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The common mindset is typically driven by the idea that "It is absolutely necessary for me to fugure him/her out.....in order to trust him/her with my feelings!!!" .....as if anyone is responsible for your feelings.....
Is this mindser practical?
Does it or can it translate to a better or longer-lasting relationship?
Is it possible that this eagerness to "figure" your partner out stems from personal insecurity and a deeper desire to fugure oneself out?
Join Jahwie and Nalagy this week as we discuss.
Mark and Joe welcome comedian Wil Sylvince to discuss comedy, life on the road, and of course, sex.
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I always ask my clients this question before we work together. In fact, it is the very first question I always ask them. Most of the time they really don't know what they want. They may be very clear on what they DON'T want, but they aren't sure what they want. Do you know? Join me in this show to help you figure out what you really REALLY want for your life!
Figure skating is notoriously rife with drama and intrigue. Since its introduction to the Winter Olympics in 1924, figure skating has been one of the most popular, yet controversial competitions.
For the first time in the 106 years since the sport was introduced, figure skating will be a team event at the Sochi Games. In addition to their individual events, athletes from 10 countries will compete against each other as a squad, combining their efforts for a shot at a group medal in addition to individual crowns.
As Olympic events go, this one has the intrigue and secrecy of a Cold War spy novel. Countries have been guarding their playbooks like their national secrets for good reason.
Most recently Amanda won Battle of the Blades with retired NHLer and skating partner Scott Thornton.Amanda joins us to chat about her path to the Olympics and what it means to compete and sacrifice to get to the the top level of amateur sport in the world of figure skating.
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Dr. Joshua Landy is an Internist and Critical Care Medicine Specialist as well as a co-founder of Figure 1. Prior to starting Figure 1, Landy was a visiting scholar at Stanford University where he researched online and multimedia-oriented approaches to health education. Landy’sunique perspective on healthcare is a result of his experiences in direct patient care, medical education research, and as the founder of a health-focused technology company.
Looking for a brand new, straight up, no BS pro-wrestling interview show that asks the questions you want to ask...as well as the ones you didn't think you want to know the answers to!?
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Starting THIS FRIDAY 12pm Pacific/3PM Eastern, Sydney Australia's Joel "The Man" O'Brien (Host of "Wrestling's Week That Was") embarks on a new project, diesigned to bring you topical conversations with the people who make the pro-wrestling industry what it is today!
The first cab off the rank is Wrestling Observer/Figure-4-Weekly founder BRYAN ALVAREZ!
The upcoming re-release of his best-selling "Death of WCW" novel, the state of pro-wrestling journalism in 2014, current creative decisions in the industry and SO MANY MORE topics will be covered for your listening pleasure!
So join us THIS FRIDAY 12PM Pacific/3PM Eastern as Joel and Bryan talk pro-wrestling EXCLUSIVELY on Pro-Wrestling Powerhouse Radio's "Wrestling's Rope Break"!
15-year-old Polina Edmonds burst onto the American figure skating scene with a brilliant performance at the 2014 Olympic trials in Boston. She finished second overall and was named to the U.S.A. winter olympic team that competes in Sochi, Russia. Hear her describe the process and what it means to be a high school student (Mitty High in San Jose) and an Olympian.
November 14, 1916 - Mabel Fairbanks, hall of fame figure skater and coach, was born in New York City. Fairbanks fell in love with figure skating in the 1930s. Despite her ability, she was not allowed to join skating clubs because of her race. She was often told, “We don’t have Negroes in ice shows.” She eventually left the United States and joined the Rhapsody on Ice Show where she wowed international audiences. When she returned to the U.S., Fairbanks found that the situation had not changed. After retiring from skating, Fairbanks started a skating club and coached many future champions, including Scott Hamilton, Tai Babilonia, Randy Gardner, Kristi Yamaguchi, and Tiffany Chin. In 1997, Fairbanks became the first African American to be inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame. Fairbanks died September 29, 2001.
In a previous episode, Deb talked about how to increase your level of wealth with your freelance writing career using a variety of strategies involving choosing your clientele, the type of jobs you take on, and so forth. Listen to this second installment about how to build wealth with writing as we delve deeper into the methods you can use to increase your writing income through a career in freelance content writing.
Deb makes around $40,000/year with her freelance writing career on average, due to the fact that she divides her time between her freelance writing business and her technology/media production business.
But one writer, Kelly James-Enger, makes 6 figures doing the same thing because she does it full-time and focuses on niche areas and goes after the highest-paying clients that fit her writing style and expertise.
Check out these resources when you have time, from successful freelance writer, Kelly James-Enger, who turned a $40,000/year income into a $100,000 one using a variety of techniques:
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Deputies Making a Change (DMAC) is a youth mentoring program that addresses the incarceration rate among young children. This program targets those who are failing in school, at risk of being incarcerated, or have problems with authority. This program will consist of tutoring, physical fitness, life skills, sessions with mentors, video instruction and many other tools will also be utilized.
The main objective is to enhance the thinking ability of the neighborhood youth, as well as promote positive behavior among at-risk children and as a result produce better students that are eager to advance their education rather than participate in criminal activity. Seven core values will be utilized to ensure the structure of the program, discipline, education, accountability, commitment, motivation, respect for authority, and self reliance. These values are designed to manage the child’s behavior, while implementing discipline and education.
Join us while we recap and congratulate the most recent winners of the Inland Empire Classic and the Northern California.
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