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Join Licensed Professional Counselor Mayi Dixon as she discusses how to navigate within an unhappy marriage. Are you suffering in an unhappy marriage? A negative marriage? A sex-less marriage? Are you experiencing poor communication? Do you often feel like you no longer want to be married? Are you tired of your spouse trying to control your every action? Are you tired of being nagged and listening to complaints? Tune in as we talk about how to navigate the rocky marital waters.
Our radio talk show today will be dealing with a very enlighteneing topic that may not be too popular in certain quarters....we are talking about "Help! I'm in Love with a Married Man." Getting entangled with the wrong partner can be a very wrong move to make. Especially if that wrong partner is already hooked by marriage. Listen as our Guest today Ms Daizy Brown shares her experience about how she got entagled with a married man and how she was able to break the tie.
Public Aid, the money issued by the government to women who have no adequate means to support their children, was meant as a temporary emergency fund until the women were able to find employment. Unfortunately, for many uneducated women who had children in high school, the low paying jobs for which they were eligible paid less than their Public Aid checks. The Welfare system quickly became a way of life, as unmarried teen motherhood and a life on public aid was passed down generation to generation. Unless the father of her child had a job that paid more than her monthly check, a mother often made the financial decision to stay single rather than have her aid check discontinued ifshe got married. Now, with the urban crisis of single mothers, absent fathers, broken families, gangs replacing sports teams and youth organizations in communities, gang wars over drug turf, and senseless gun violence taking innocent lives, its time to examine the root of the problem - the breakddwn of marriage and family. Has giving public aid to women discouraged couples from getting married? Let's stop talking about how "men are the maintiners of women" and face the reality of what has happened. How do we use our collective economic power to finance independent businesses that would empower the men to marry their babies mothers, take care of their families and regain the respect of their children?
Tune in for this new episode of "The Tatum Talks" as we are joined by Monet Bell from the addictive "Married at First Sight"! We'll chat with her about her journey being involved with the groundbreaking experiment, the lessons she learned and any regret she may have after deciding to end her 5 week marriage with Vaughn. We will also be joined by certified relationship coach, Sadie E. Sharp.
Here's your chance to ask her the questions you've always wanted to know. And if you don't, I will.
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Pastor Darrell gives young people between the ages of 16 - 28 he's reworked thoughts on getting married when your young! If you know someone who is in this group or have children you want to see make quality major life decisions tune in! Join in the conversation with the most progressive self help radio show on the east coast with Darrell Owens. The conversation deals with Love, Sex, Faith, God, & everything Taboo everyday from 2-3pm.
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Does God place more value on marriage, or singleness? Study’s have shown that single people vs. married couples spend there time differently. Yet, for Christian relationships, which is more important? The classification of your relationship status, the value you place in your time regardless of status, or both? All this and more, next, on the EYIC Radio Network airing Monday, 10/13/14 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 on http://tobtr.com/s/6998073 . For upcoming broadcast updates, follow my page @ https://www.facebook.com/darrin.chapman.581
Has single motherhood become the new norm? Statistics show that out-of-wedlock births are linked to poverty. The Census Bureau' reports that in 2011 Washington DC had the highest rate of out of wedlock births, 50.3%, and Utah had the lowest, 14.7%. Most major cities where poverty rates are high, so are the percentages of out of wedlock births. Families follow a predictable pattern: couples get together, the man can't find a job that supports both him and his family, the couple chooses to be sexually intimate, the woman gets pregnant, the woman gets public assistance and the couple decides they can't afford to get married because the man can't earn as much money as the woman gets paid from Public Aid. Simply cutting Welfare is not the answer. We have collectively created a society of unatttached families, and all parties involved are responsible. Government officials that choose to pay a woman to stay unmarried rather than to pay men for education, skill training and employment on those jobs that need to done; Men who have chosen to be sexually intimate with women with whom they are unsure they want to remain attached to as husbands; and women who have accepted the idea that sex can come before marriage or even without the intention of marriage as long as somebody uses "protection." Has the "sexual revolution" really been in the best interest of women? Or have we created a culture that leaves us hanging out there alone after we get pregnant? Is single motherhood the new norm? How can we reverse the trend? Should we even try to?
Why Are People Afraid Of Marriage?
Cohabiting with a significant other and raising a family out-of-wedlock doesn’t seem to be as taboo as it once was. But, if one is living with his or her significant other, paying bills and food together in the same household and raising a family together, why not get married? Could fear of divorce be the main reason behind this cohabitation trend, or is it fear of something else?
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