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Not to say that at some point feminist groups were not needed but now in this day and times they are doing more harm than good. Tonight we will explore some of the things that have changed so much because of the feminist movement. They don't just attack men they attack women as well. Tune in from 7pm to 9pm central time special guest host Alex Young will be on the mic
On this episode of the Alex Cardinale Show, Alex will be discussing a season out of the year that is quite frankly not one that he enjoys. Alex will be discussing Winter. But Winter, has it's good and it's bad. Alex will be discussing that. Winter is known for being very cold and snow is very common in the winter.
Alex will be discussing what good the winter brings, and the bad the winter brings, plus tips on how you can enjoy Christmas.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND MERRY CHRISTMAS 2014!
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"You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody." ~ Maya Angelou
Most people will tell you that they are their own worst critic. Are you that way? Do you often feel embarassed about your shortcomings? Do you long to be thinner, prettier, wealthier, or smarter?
If you focus on what you aren't and what you lack, it's easy to lose sight of what makes you special. Special, not in the sense that you're perfect, but in the sense that nobody can beat you being YOU. Whether you know it or not, that's not only good enough, it's necessary. If you struggle to accept yourself as you are, or you feel judged by others for not being what they think you ought to be, you should tune in today.
Find out why you can only be your best when you are being yourself. You CAN get better at accepting yourself - flaws and all, and learn to love it!
Call in to our switchboard or log in to our LIVE chat room and be EMPOWERED by today's chat.
"If it were not for bad luck, I would have no luck at all."Resilience is the ability to bounce back when things don't go as desired. Choosing to look for importance in everything helps us weather adversity. All experiences should be a catalyst for growth. “Bad luck” can help a person find strength.Living happily does not require the absence of suffering. We have the freedom to focus on the meaningful parts of our misfortunes not wallow in failures.Aknowledge the situation, learn and move forward. Resilient people view a difficulty as a challenge; looking at their mistakes as teaching opportunities for growth. They commit to their goals and find compelling reasons to get out of bed in the morning:their relationships and their spiritual beliefs. Resilient people spend their time and energy focusing on situations and events over which they have control putting their efforts where they can have the greatest impact.
The way that we explain setbacks to ourselves matter: People who are optimistic see the effects of bad events as temporary rather than permanent; Resilient people don't let setbacks affect other unrelated areas of their lives. They don't just blame themselves when bad events occur but look at the complete situation being aware of everything that contributed to the mishap. Resilient people have a positive image of the future; they develop goals and commit to achieving those goals. Resilient people are empathetic and compassionate, however, but they don't waste time worrying about what others think of them. They maintain healthy relationships, but don't bow to peer pressure. Resilient people never think of themselves as victims – they focus their time and energy on changing the things that they have control over.
How we view adversity and stress strongly affects how we succeed and it can change bad luck into good.
Have you ever received a bad review from an article or book you have written? As an author and a writers coach, Tom Oberbichler has used his personal experience and his NLP skills to create a motivating and empowering book Bad Reviews: How to Make Good Use of Feedback, that will enable the reader to turn a bad review in a valuable experience. Tune in to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston RN is joined by author, Tom Oberbichler to discuss his new book Bad Reviews: How to Make Good Use of Feedback and how he uses NLP to coach writers.
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SUPERVISED VISITATION – THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UNREALISTIC
If you’ve never known anyone who had some pretty rugged child custody battles, you may not know what supervised visitation is. In cases where the courts are reluctant to allow a parent to spend time with his or her children alone (maybe there are assault or domestic violence issues), the court will order the parent to use the services of a visitation supervisor. This person or organization arranges for the hand off of kids between one parent and another, or will go on the visit with the kids and the parent to be sure everything is all right. Sometimes the parent will have the visit right at a protective facility. Sounds like a great solution for situations where there could be some danger, right?
Well, maybe. There are plenty of down sides, and like most things, there are consequences.
Join us Saturday when Tracee Parker shares her knowledge about supervised visitation. She was the Program Director of the Safe Havens Visitation Center/Safe & Sound Visitation in the Seattle area during its operation from January 2005 through December 2012. Her background includes domestic violence advocacy, community organizing, violence prevention, mediation, nonviolent conflict resolution training, and domestic violence perpetrator treatment. Tracee is currently working on her doctorate in clinical psychology where her research focus is post-separation battering, family law and domestic violence, and coercive control.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about supervised visitation.
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We've all had situations where we intended one thing and something else entirely happens. Today we're going to talk about setting intentions and what to do when those intentions get scrambled in their execution. We'll look at real life situations and how some were handled better than others and what the outcome of those choices were. Join us live at 11am Eastern Standard Time online, listen to the archive version at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/betterlivingdaily/2014/10/30/when-good-intentions-go-bad or listen live on your phone at (347) 945-6060.
On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex and his co-host Mr. William T will be doing a very special episode that will be a fun show dedicated to all the fish keepers in this hobby. This fish keeping hobby that we all love surely has it's ups and downs and it's fiar share of good and bad. The point of this show is too educate everyone on the fish hobby. There is way too much ego involved in this hobby then there should be.
On this episode, we will discuss the good and bad of the hobby, share some tips for beginners, and much more!
You can call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 with questions or share your thoughts.