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TOPIC: CAN YOU HAVE A PLATONIC RELATIONSHIP WITH A FRIEND OF THE OPPOSITE SEX?
If you have questions about your relationship, this is the show for you! Listen while Dr. Nefertiti L. Nowell (Founder of Nowell and Associates Counseling Firm and the Nowell Institute on Empowerment) and Darren Nowell (Life Coach) answer the questions that you have about your relationships. This show is fun, interactive, and honest. have your questions answered and your voice heard.
Relationships are difficult; even the best relationships need a little help. We cover all of the hot topics and we give you a chance to have input as well. Tune in to our show, make us a weekly habit and watch your relationships grow!
Tonight we talking with It's Real Radio about the merits and the long terms effects of open relationships. I guess this is an important topic given the average love relationship in 2014 lasted about 2 years. Are more flexible agreements the answer to making our love connections last? Are 20 year plus marriages a thing of the past?
An open relationship is essentially having your cake and eating it too, romantically speaking. When two people agree to be in an open relationship, they admit they love and care about each other but mutually agree that they want to see other people too. Oftentimes those in an open relationship consider themselves to be in love with each other, but they can have lesser attachments and sexual relationships outside of their main love interest without any ill effects on their primary relationship.
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Dear Seekers of knowledge....Romantic and Love-partner relationships are dear to all of us.
Types of love relationships: Which one(s) Best Describes yours?
Are you involved in a romantic relationship that its main objective is: Buisness? Family? Friendship? Love? Lust? or Holistic?
Physical attraction, as well as similar upbringings, interests, and ideologies, are the very things that we respond to when choosing a love partner. Through the process of sorting through the contenders, our brains begin a checklist of things that we are looking for in a mate and traits that we are not comfortable with. Once we have chosen (and are chosen by) that special someone to be our lifelong companion, we feel a sense of belonging and comfort that allows us to open up, hopefully with great honesty, which will bring about fulfillment and emotional safety that no other relationship can imitate. That person provides a sort of grounding for us that allows us to let go and feel free to be who we want to be by being real in the relationship. The best relationships are those in which both individuals feel this way and can therefore grow together.
This is a topic that we will explore even more in depth as we continue on this journey of discover.
You can also get into the process more in my book, Emotions Simplified by Glenda D. Quinto, available on Amazon.com
Love & Blessings to all
Glenda D. Quinto
Yesterday IRTR was invited to "The Ebony Empress Show" to discuss (Part 1) of Open Relationships and their effects. The question we were all presented with was "Could open relationships be the future for happy love connections?" Most of us shared similar views but not all the same. With such a controversial discussion at hand, it was only right that we continued Part 2 here on "It's Real Talk Radio."
The term "Open Relationship" can be somewhat misleading, so on Part 1 we discussed the definition of an open relationship, because in order to know if this dating style is for you, there must be a comprehensible acknowledgement of the term. Of course this led to other dating related discussions as this group discussion began to heat up, which leads us here 24 hours later for Part 2.
Joined by Ebony of "The Ebony Empress Show" and her co-host Lady Tee, picking up where we left off yesterday, the same question is still on the table: Can open relationships be the future for happy love connections? Join us to hear our views. Call in # 347-838-9540
Here's the link to hear Part 1
Family - Our family plays a big part in our lives. After all, they are our first teachers. Some enjoy and cherish the relationships they have with their family. They feel as if they are always growing and learning together, sharing new ideas, and implementing those ideas into their lives, improving not only their own lives but also the lives of those around them. Some may be proud of their upbringing, but along the way they feel that they have outgrown their family’s beliefs. Some may feel that they want more out of life or that they want to seek something different that is not available from where they came. It’s not that the family values are wrong, but rather that they don’t fit in their quest to evolve and grow. This can just mean that they are seekers of a different experience, one that challenges their core values in a synergistic way and fulfills our dreams.
This week’s theme has been about the types of relationships we have with people:
Types of romantic and Love-partner relationships
Types of friendships
Types of managers in the work place
Today show is about the types of family relationships we have with our relatives.
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You can also find these topics and more in my book; Emotions Simplified by Glenda D. Quinto on Amazon.com
Love & Blessings...Glenda
There are many issues we must face as we become adults. It it's not preparation for a career that rewards us with a great lifestyle, it's choosing the right mate who makes us feel complete, or getting the job that reflects the personal accomplishments we want to experience and above all, live a peaceful life.
What is your feeling about this conversation? What are your plans for a fulfilled and happy life? What are your personal and professional goals? What do you need to know to help you get where you are going?
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RELATIONSHIPS WITH FAVOR: HOW DO I GET IT? Why does it seem for many Christians that their relationships serve more as a disservice to their welfare and walk instead of contribution to it? How do you get to see the favor you’ve been looking for in your relationships? Tune in next, on the EYIC Radio Network airing Tuesday 2/24/15 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 http://tobtr.com/s/7377763. Help us bring down Christian Divorce & Abuse via biblical education and teachings on "relationships" from the Bible, one online broadcast at a time. Sow your donation today by clicking the link listed, and help keep our online programming on face book and twitter up and running - every week. Love at the Root Ministry. Click, http://www.gofundme.com/loveattheroot
in Self Help
Have a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage, (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they focus on building and nurturing relationships with special guest Debbie Carreon who is a native of California with the soul of a world traveller. Debbie's career has taken her to the role of Director of Operations for a nationwide Employee Assistance Program/Health and Wellness Program for over 16 years. Previous to that, Debbie did government contracting for 8 years in contract negotiation and dispute resolution.
This week's topic of Building and Nurturing Relationships focuses on Elements that Support Healthy Relationships, including Connection, Sharing Expectations, Communicate, Being Assertive, Trust, Compelling Reason, Emotional Intelligence, Understanding Learning Styles, Being Hopeful, Listening Skills, Dealing with Conflict, Valuing and Appreciating, Practice, Giving and Receiving Effective Feedback, with Continual Focus and ACTION. We will explore these tools to help you with your relationships ~ honoring Valentine's Day on Feb 14th!!
For today's topic handout for the Radio Show, visit Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.
Find out what music our guest uses to stay positively engaged in the game of life. Learn how to build your emotional resilience with music medicine, applying music medicine in your life to manage more easily the ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Contact special guest Debbie Carreon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi Angels, I have had the opportunity to interview and work with successful men and women in both relationships and business. Money is the easiest way people measure success in business. all of them are a millionaire a few times over or becoming one in the near future. They have given me their pearls of wisdom to have prosperity in both business and love. I would like to share with you the quotes they have in common to have the life they have and so will you using the same philosophy.
The show starts at 8:30
The call in number is 760 890 7143.
Chatting With Sherri is so happy to have Steven L Sears back to Chat! We will talk about something we all go through at some point the transition from one medium to another. Steve will chat about his transition from screenplays to novels to graphic novels and such. The differences in style, focus, marketing and business. We will chat about his shows, his books and his graphic novel. We will have a very interesting hour and Steve will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Join us!
Music by "Cowboy Sting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/