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In today’s society, we’re seeing more and more self proclaimed “women of God/ virtuous women”, dating/having sex with thugs and known drug dealers. A great example of this trend is shown in the recent movie, “I’m in Love With a Church Girl”, starring Ja Rule. Tune into “The Dedan Tolbert Show” tonight at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of our in depth analyzation of the movie and a discussion on why so many women claim to live for the Lord, yet choose men who clearly aren’t doing so. Listen 7 nights a week, 365 days a year by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters.”
Morgan loves writing, acting, swimming and volleyball. She enjoys helping out and making people laugh. Everyone who knows her, applauds her nurturing heart. Morgan can often be found assisting her mother, ReShonda Tate Billingsley at book signings. She is active in her school organizations and serves as secretary for her Teen group in Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Follow her on Instagram @c_momo_b
Jackie is a lover of the letters and the arts. She has starred in three theatrical productions produced by Cherie Garland. She portrayed Crystal in “The Christmas Present,” Glenda The Good Witch in “The Wiz” and the Ballerina in “One Night With a King.” Jackie’s love of arts also extends to church. She participates in the praise dance ministry at her church. She utilizes her musical talents as a clarinet player in her local elementary school band. Jackie can often be found at various literary events assisting her mother and guest authors. She also enjoys journaling and making sketches in her notebooks.
Gabrielle, teachers describe her as hardworking and passionate about learning. She is the student council representative for fifth grade, plays both basketball and soccer and has a personality bigger than life. The confident young writer is also the daughter of young adult author Celia Anderson. Having grown up tagging alongside her mom at book signings and lectures, it’s no surprise that she has become interested in the art.
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1961 a young new York woman played by Audrey Hepburn takes some real interest in a man. Who could forget Cat? Won two Oscars, best music, writing, actors, truly one of the best movies for all women to watch. This is a good month to just sit in front of the fireplace, popcorn and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. What was some of the trivia of the movie? Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love. Check out the movies from various locations..http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054698/?ref_=nv_sr_5
Kevin King and Lydia King founded Tru. Entertainment Magazine in January of 2011.
Kevin came from a background in photography and graphic art design and have
photographed some of the industry’s most famous and influential entertainment
Lydia is a former musician and staff-writer for multi- platinum and diamond award
winning Production Company, Flyte Tyme Productions. She's also written for various
performers and celebrities over the years earning a Gold record for penning a song
written for the highly popular 1980's pop group (The Jet's) "Believe" album.
Through perseverance, time, and talent these two self-taught publishers are now three
years and 24 issues into the production of the promotional magazine which is loved by
both fans, indie artists and celebrities alike. They work diligently to provide a publication
like no other and the 10 million + readers that they reach every month via Tru's;
website, digital editions, print editions, social media sites and live events can't seem to
get enough of TRU.
The King's prove that highlighting the positive in an industry that far too often suffers
from slander and negative promotion will work to encourage artists and celebrities to
change their outlook on the press and media altogether. Celebrities from all walks of the
entertainment world, legends and icons flock to 'Tru' to give their "TRU"th to the world.
Last but certainly not least, the King's believe in giving back. Fifty percent of Tru.
Entertainment Magazine's net proceeds are used to fund the One Love, One Mission
Movement. A foundation they've established to help homeless persons throughout
communities across the nation. "TRU"LY stand out.
Author, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur Tinnie C. Garlington stops by Good Deeds with Dr. Renee Sunday. Tinnie C. Garlington was born and raised in Atlanta GA. Her mission is to use her experiences to help others see the power in overcoming your past. Becoming a mother at the age of 13 years old caused her to grow up really fast, yet she maintained her passion for learning. She has endured a lot, yet she is no victim. Education and self-motivation is what keeps her moving forward. Her ultimate goal is to continue to share her story and develop a network that consists of individuals who are diverse, yet share a similar mission to empower others.
What makes a healthy love relationship?
Staying involved with each other. Some relationships get stuck in peaceful coexistence, but without truly relating to each other and working together. While it may seem stable on the surface, lack of involvement and communication increases distance. When you need to talk about something important, the connection and understanding may no longer be there.
Getting through conflict. Some couples talk things out quietly, while others may raise their voices and passionately disagree. The key in a strong relationship, though, is not to be fearful of conflict. You need to be safe to express things that bother you without fear of retaliation, and be able to resolve conflict without humiliation, degradation or insisting on being right.
Keeping outside relationships and interests alive. No one person can meet all of our needs, and expecting too much from someone can put a lot of unhealthy pressure on a relationship. Having friends and outside interests not only strengthens your social network, but brings new insights and stimulation to the relationship, too.
Communicating. Honest, direct communication is a key part of any relationship. When both people feel comfortable expressing their needs, fears, and desires, trust and bonds are strengthened. Nonverbal cues—body language like eye contact, leaning forward or away, or touching someone’s arm—are critical to communication.
Join the conversation with Kiss Calhoun & D.Jon in tonight's Love Never Felt So Good episode of RVS. What are your views on gay marriage? Do you believe men and women of the LGBT community should have the right to get married legally in the states? How do you feel about gay marriages not receiving the same benefits that regular marriages do If so this is any episode you don't want to miss because RVS Is Mos Def The Place 2 BE!!!
Kimberly A. Goins, Esq. is a graduate from The University of Alabama, where she was the first student at The University to graduate with a joint degree in law (juris doctor) and a Master of Arts in Political Science (concentrations: International Relations, Public Administration, and Political Theory). She possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Political Science, also from The University of Alabama. She has worked in multiple areas of law, including civil and criminal law. In New York City and in Nashville, Tennessee.
She is proficient in Spanish, including writing, translating, reading, and speaking, and has successfully communicated with Spanish-speaking clients. She has been active with the American Bar Association (ABA) since law school, when she held the position of Lt. Gov. of Region IV (Alabama and Mississippi), and she now currently holds the positions of Vice Director of the Disaster Legal Services Team of the Young Lawyers Division, a position that she also held this past year, and the International Human Rights Steering Committee, through which she is Publications Editor of The Mexico newsletter. She has also served as a judge for ABA sponsored moot court competitions held in New York City.
She is an online blogger for the popular blog, thisisyourconscience.com, through which she writes about issues such as racism and sexism. She also writes for her own blogs, http://www.kimgoins.blogspot.com (songs and poetry) and her tumblr blog, http://goinsnyclawyer.tumblr.com.