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We live in a baby mama/baby daddy culture - that can not be denied. So what happens when drama is not limited to the people involved in the relationship and spills over into that of their parents, i.e. the grandparents. Well, that's called grandmama (or grandpapa drama). Yes, you read correctly! With the growing numbers of older people raising their grandchildren, why is it that no one talks about the drama that they experience. Well in this show, we are talking about grandmama drama--and readin
YEAHHHHH ITS 2DEEP REAL RAP RADIO AND WE ON ONE TONITE AS WE JUMP OFF ONE OF OUR HOST BDAY, GIVIN YALL SOMETHIN THAT WILL HAVE U AT DA EDGE OF YO SEAT. SO TUNE IN BECAUSE WE WANNA KNOW HOW, YOU BALLIN IN YO GRANDMAMA BASEMENT!?! BELIEVE THAT WHATEVA WE GOT ON OUR MIND, WE GONE GET IT OFF OUR CHEST!
AND REMEMBER..... IF IT AINT 2DEEP NATION THEN YOUR TUNED TO THE WRONG STATION!!!
Lighten Up and Ditch the Drama! Do you feel like your life would be so much easier if certain people in your life would just chill out? Do you want peace but feel like you keep getting dragged into other people’s drama? Then join host and Energy Coach Kim as she Mazzella discusses this topic. It does not matter if you have been on a spiritual path for ten minutes or ten years, life continues to bring drama. Creating peace can often seem a daunting task, if not impossible! In this segment, Kim will explore what A Course in Miracles has to say about drama, discuss why we are so drawn to it, and end with some tools that you can start using today to create real peace in your daily existence.
If you are interested in learning more about Kim Mazzella or want to explore life coaching with her, you can check her out at www.lulifecoaching.com.
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Orientation - Part Two
Synopsis: Pearl Bekken, Elvin Student, makes connections with patients on her first day at Upper Mainline Hospital. All the while thinking about Kathy, whose presence remains omnipresent and more sinister than before.
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Performed By: Phoebe Murer, Maria Illiou and Tim Pylypiuk
Music By: Megadeth, Yoko Shimoru, R.E.M. Michioru Yamane, and Dream Theatre
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Get ready!! Gonna deal with baby momma drama tonight! As well as talk about healthy mother/daughter relationships. You can give a shout out to your mother as well!! Jason Clark will be back with me as we work our way through handling baby momma situations!! Men, please listen in! i'm gonna help you understand why your child's mother doesn't want 'her' child around your new boo. Tonight on Blogtalkradio.com or call 347-426-3287 at 9:30 until 11:30.
This week on The Paul Speights Show we will discuss, if the drama between "Baby Mama & Baby Daddy" is real or not. Many say it's just made up by one party or the other. Join us this week as we tear down the walls of confusion. Can there really be a truce?
Fellas, do you have Baby Mama Drama? Do you have an ex who is ALWAYS on your back about something? Tune in Saturday, March 23rd at 9pm CST as we discuss the Baby Mama Drama. Plus, we have our special interview with Artist of the Month "Amaris". Stay tuned!!!!
Writer's Block - 12pm to 1pm
Host Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney, editor by trade and part of the Naturally Autistic Magazine team, present the third episode of the monthly discussion series about writing from the autistic perspective. This show will focus on children, particularly autistic children, and how they enjoy writing and hone their skillsets. Remember, you can call in at 1-760-825-0903 thiry minutes into the show to present your questions and opinions on this topic.
Radio Drama - 1pm to 2pm
Synopsis: A man wakes up in abandoned school hallway with no idea how he got there or why. As he searches for answers, an old demon resurfaces to do battle with his mental state.
Rated: Mature for intense scenes and violence
Written By: Tim Pylypiuk
Performed By: Tim Pylypiuk
Music By: Akira Yamaoka