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Today's Episode: "More Forgiving, Less Judging." In today's episode, I discuss the importance of forgiving yourself more, judging yourself less, and how this will help you on your journey towards better following your heart, and living a healthier and happier life! We hope that this radio program will help guide people to better undestand that acheiving health & happiness is possible in this life time. You just need to believe, surround yourself with those like-mind
Tonight on Set it Off Desiree and Jane once again will be putting on a show and getting down to the nitty gritty of things with grudges and forgiving. Do you hold grudges? Are they healthy? Have a grudge you'd like to share with us on air? Or you could forgive the person. But is forgiving hard to do? How can you forgive? Isthere a such thing is forgving and gforgetting? Let it out on air 9/8C (646)716-5840 and press 1 to talk
In today's broadcast of Help! Relationships 102, We are continuing in the vein of the "make or break" issue of forgiving, especially in marriage. Sometimes, knowing to forgive and knowing how to forgive, can often seem to be unreachable miles apart. How does one go about forgiving that which in your heart, may be...unforgivable? How is it possible to truly recover after being betrayed and hurt by those closest to you, especially your spouse? And
In today's broadcast of Help! Relationships 102, we delve into the issue of how to recover from being deeply hurt, especially by your spouse. We answer questions like: Are we supposed to just forgive and forget what was done to us, despite what it may have cost us emotionally or otherwise? What about if my spouse is a " repeat offender"? Does forgiving him/her from the heart mean that we are obligated to have to make ourselves vulnerable to be hurt by them again and again? Join u
"DC RealTalk MyNBox Radio Show w/Darryl Cherry” - JOIN ME IN THE MORNING FROM 8AM to 10AM (EST). This Saturday’s topic will be: “FORGIVING THE UNFORGIVABLE” – A clean pad, a clean slate that’s what true forgiveness is all about. Many times in life we seldom acknowledge our own shortcomings and we forgive who we want to forgive. We forgave Chris Brown and Kobe Bryant, but will not forgive Eddie Long and Tiger Woods. There are people in our family we need
Have you learned to forgive yourself? Are you still holding on to mistakes from the past? Forgiveness is one of the most difficult things to do in life especially when it comes to forgiving yourself. Join the dicussion to find out how to forgive yourself and the road to rebuilding yourself after making a life changing mistake.
Is forgetting a part of forgiving, or just an extension of it? Does the Bible command us to forget sins against us? If so, does it tell us how? If I don’t forget sins against me, what will happen to me? These questions will be answered and more, next, on the EYIC RADIO NETWORK. The call-in number for this broadcast on Wednesday, 2/5/14 from 8pm to 10pm EST is (949) 272-9514. Listen from your cell/computer by clicking this link and share, http://tobtr.com/s/6025281 . To vi
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FEAR of our past. Maybe of the pain it causes us, fear people will use it against us. fear we will never move on from it, and etc. I think these things hinder us from forgiving ourselves so we can move on. It keeps us shameful, secretive, and unable to receive help we need to move forward. There is all the talk about forgiving others which is amazing and necessary, but what about forgiving ourselves? Maybe we have done things in our past that have not been so pleasant to think back on. There a
Host Kharisma Aro welcomes Kato Hitson, Author, Speaker and College Athletic Recruiter to her show episode, A Journey of Forgiveness: Forgiving the Man Who Took My Mother's Life.
Kato Hitson, a former football player, has had a great career in the CFL playing with Toronto Argo and Ottawa Redbacks, followed by a free agent contract to play in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. He was All-Region and all state at Valdosta High School in Georgia and was a member of a National All-Championship squad in 1992. Hitson Played at Georgia Military College for 2 Years and was All-American in 1994-95. He transferred to Murray State University and won back to back conference championships in 1995-96
In addition to his success with Football, Kato has had over 10 years’ experience in the Juvenile Justice system. These experiences ranged from working directly with patients exhibiting severe mental disturbances to dealing with the adjustment of life. During that time, he established a program called “Open Mic” which allowed residents to verbally express themselves to family members.
Kato has overcame many obstacles, a tragic past of witnessing his mother being shot to death, along with physical and mental abuse that many would not be able to bare. His adversity which has been identified on social media has become a testimony and a blessing to all. A statement that explains his journey the best: “My Success loves Adversity…”
With his background and expertise, Kato is currently fulfilling his passion and purpose as an author, speaker and college athletic recruiter. Kato has 3 wonderful children: “Everything that I have and will accomplish is dedicated to three women which has molded me to be the Man of God I am today, My mother, the late Lorraine Hitson, Sister Kiesler Russell and my grandmother the late Aleen Blake.”
This week Phil Boileau, Marc Griffin, and Mota Elb discuss physicality in the modern NBA, the value of winning streaks, Patrick Beverly's injury, and Toronto forgiving Vince Carter.
First Quarter: NBA Physicality
How has the NBA changed since 1980s and 1990s hardnosed basketball?
What made the Bad Boys Detroit Pistons so successful?
What were "The Jordan Rules"?
Can the NBA adapt FIBA's physical style of basketball?
In The Post: Head to head basketball questions & trivia.
Are Wiggins and Parker polished enough or should they stay in school?
Given they have Michael Carter Williams and Noel, and at least one great draft pick this year, ae the Sixers looking at playoff glory, or Cleveland Cavalirism?
The Spurs are rolling right now. In previous years, whenever they had a streak, they would lose in the playoffs. Is this their year?
What matters more, winning streaks or losing streaks?
Can the Rockets contend without a healthy Patrick Beverley?
What if the Lakers offer to trade their #1 pick and pieces for Kevin Love? Who says no?
The Naismith Moment: Forgiving Vince Carter?
Time to mend fences with the man who put Toronto basketball on the map?
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