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We have experienced it but do we learn from our experiences. How many broken hearts does it take before a woman or a man close their heart to other opportunites for love. How much pain can we endure. "Crying" does it help, should we avoid it, or should we embrace it. Share your story of heartbreak and how you dealt with it.
Have you ever had your heart broken? If so, join us in our conversation on expressing our feelings about it and how to move on.For those of you whove truly had your heart broken this show is for you. Now im not talking about that teenage love so although i love the teens babies this show isnt for you lol. Im taking to the grown folks where you just knew he/she was the one. you couldve bet your life on it and all of a sudden your world crashed right in front of you...in this case your heart. Im talking about the heartbreak where your heart truly starts to ache, heart pains. yeah somebody knows what im talking about now. that heart break where you dont eat, the only reason you slept was because you cried yourself to sleep and wore your body out. yeah its that "somethings gotta give heart break(the movie)" . its when they say time heals all wounds but yet it seems like time is moving slower than a turlte. Everyday seems to never end. when it takes weeks,months to get over. what makes it worse is that that person left you to pick up your own pieces. they snatched your heart out,stepped on it, broke it into pieces and left you alone to pick up pieace by piece to put it back together. Almost like glasss..have you ever tried to pick up broken glass and/or glue it back together. yeah it hurts and in some cases you bleed because you cut yourself trying to put somethign so delicate back together(i.e. your heart) Thats a real true heartbreak. some have experienced it more often than others(poor baby how did you survive lol). lol some of you are probably feeling the pain as you are reading this. you know im speaking truth. todays show is about how do you get over a broken heart, is it curable like the common cold. have you ever experienced a heartbreak once or more. If so we want to hear from you call us up and share your stories(if your bold enough)
The Stanley Hotel is a 140-room neo-Georgian hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Located within sight of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of the Rockies. It was built by Freelan Oscar Stanley of Stanley Steamer fame and opened on July 4, 1909, catering to the rich and famous, including the RMS Titanic survivor Margaret Brown, John Philip Sousa, Theodore Roosevelt, the Emperor and Empress of Japan, and a variety of Hollywood personalities. The hotel and its surrounding lands are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Stanley Hotel also hosted the horror novelist Stephen King, inspiring him to write The Shining. Parts of the television mini-series version of The Shining were filmed there, whereas Stanley Kubrick's cinematic adaptation The Shining was filmed at another resort hotel, the Timberline Lodge in Oregon (besides Elstree Studios in England).
The Stanley Hotel shows the uncut R-rated version of Kubrick's feature film on a continuous loop on Channel 42 on guest room televisions.
SLICK TRACY visits New Orleans and the LOEWS HOTEL. While he was there, he interviewed DIANE RICHE, Director of Sales and Marketing for the Loews New Orleans.
Tthe Loews New Orleans Hotel is rated Four Diamond, has beautifully appointed guest rooms and all with great views. There is a complimentary fitness center, lap pool, and suana. The Balance Spa offers a full menu of services.
The CAFE ADELAIDE and the SWIZZLE STICK BAR are popular spots for eating and socializing, and are operated by the Commanders Palace Family of Restaurants.
Listen to the pre-recorded interview by SLICK TRACY with DIANE RICHE at the Loews Hotel New Orleans.
There is PAIN in HEARTBREAK...but the VICTORY is in JESUS CHRIST...featuring MY PASTOR...Pastor Zelda Edrington What she did for the sake of love. Tune in TODAY at 3pmEST/2pmCST to hear Pastor Zelda Edrington's story about failed loves. Many of you will be able to relate
Tuesday brings in part 7 of The Bane Chronicles, and we see that Magnus Bane apparently can't help but make another trip to Hotel Dumort, in The Fall of the Hotel Dumort. Who could be there to lure him back after the tragedy of the last known experience he's had there? This time, it's those bloody vampires again that drag him there, but which one? Could it be a possible vampire baroness from generations past? Or could it be a suave, forever teen-looking vampire of Latin descent?
There will be *spoilers* on the story!
But before that, we'll have some announcements of what's goin
A city hotel formally frequented by author and host William Brower has gone under new owners who have created a ban on local residents being a guest at their property! To the point that staff would face harsh punishment if booking a reservation for someone local! Join us as we discuss this surreal policy!
My raido show is a spin-off of my website, htttp://www.WomensRecreation.com. I am honored to have Linda Walls as my guest on the show. We will be discussing her book, "Surviving Heartbreak Valley." October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and I ask that you join us and learn about Linda's life, and to pay homage to Linda's children and others who have been murdered as a result of Domesic Violence. A blog in her honor, http://bit.ly/1c9tKiI.
A wrenching true tale of loss and redemption, Surviving Heartbreak Valley is the story of a woman who suffers the worst tragedy imaginable but somehow finds the courage to go on with life. In 1989 Linda Walls had put an abusive relationship behind her, graduated college, and was ready to start a new chapter in life. Then one night she returned home to find her house burning with her four children trapped inside. The children's father, Bernon Howery, a violent man who stalked Linda following their break-up, had ignited the blaze.
Linda's website is: http://lindawalls.net/
Linda started a petition. "Every day, 4 women die as a result of abuse & 3 children die as a result of abuse." and need help getting it off the ground. Will you take 30 seconds to sign it right now? Let's make sure people who are violent get psychologically tested. Here is the link: http://chn.ge/10QrOsg
To purchase Linda's book: http://amzn.to/1hkHmeW
Milling About visits Hotel Zero 1 in Montreal, Canada. Senior Marketing Manager Michele Cantin tells host Robin Milling it's an ideal location just steps away from Chinatown and the cultural district Quarter des Spectacles, ripe with art, music and food festivals. For sightseers the Old City and the Old Port are a short walk away. This chic boutique-style property was once home to students attending nearby University of Quebec. The walls are concrete so the renovation focused on the 163 rooms which are stylized for comfort with just enough room for the essentials. The minimalist European aspect might not appeal to Americans looking for lots of space but you soon trade that for efficiency and charm. The beds are the centerpiece with 250 thread count sheets and microfiber duvet and pillows. The cupboards contain kitchenettes with hideaway appliances such as a mini refrigerator and coffeemaker.
Cantin is no stranger to the hospitality business having worked at a spa, but jumped at the chance to launch the opening of Hotel Zero 1 just two years ago, named for the address on Boulevard Rene-Levesque. She says being the new player in the city, they are the talk of the town. Their best kept secret is the 5 floor terrace where you can be very French and just take in the views of the city with a bottle of wine. It's a taste of France just six hours drive from New York City.
in The Bible
Jeremiah, a prophet with a broken heart!
God chose this man, who had a mother’s heart, a trembling voice, and tear-filled eyes, to deliver a harsh message of judgment to a people who would not listen so that the message that he gave broke his own heart!
Jeremiah has been known as the "weeping prophet." It isn’t that he was a crybaby. It is that he loved his countrymen and saw what they were going through which brought him to tears. We also read in the Bible that Jesus wept (John 11:35). There is a lesson here. It is that God calls us to be involved in the lives of the people He gave His life for. That implies an emotional involvement.
DO YOU WEEP FOR THE LOST? ARE YOU A WATCHMEN? WHEN YOU HAVE TO BRING A WORD TO SOMEONE INFORMING THEM OR ERROR, DOES IT PUFF YOU UP TO GET IN THEIR FACES AND TELL THEM WHAT'S WHAT, OR DOES IT BRING YOU TO TEARS AS IT DOES THE FATHER AS HIS CHILD IS LOST IN SIN?
DOES IT JUST BREAK YOUR HEART TO SEE THE SIN IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW AND HOW SO MANY ARE FALLING AWAY?
LET ME ENCOURAGE YOU TO PRESS ON TONIGHT!
THERE IS HOPE, IN THE NIGHT!
A PRODUCTION OF W.O.W. Ministries http://watchmanonthewall.webs.com/
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