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On this week's special episode of Slasher Studios podcast, we will be interviewing Jayme Karales about his upcoming movie Practice Makes Perfect. Show airs live Monday night, July 21st at 10PM central.
About the film:
Paul Brokovich (Michael Malkiewicz) is an english teacher by day and a stand up comedian by night. Unfortunately Paul’s interest in becoming a recognized comic greatly outweighs his desire to educate the struggling students of his summer school class at Parkins' Regional High. His indecisiveness to stick to one career path leads Paul to no longer view his classroom as a place of learning, but a crowd to test potential stage material. As a result, Paul’s job as a teacher falls into jeopardy and it’s up to him to pick up the pieces before facing unemployment and isolation from his family and friends. Practice Makes Perfect also stars Jayme Karales, Alex Hand, Ken Dereste Dorcely, Levar Burton, and Jack Viera as the voice of radio personality Billy Beantown.
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Things are heating up in the house as Devin's indecisiveness continues to get him in trouble, but was he right to put Brittany up? Your Host Sam thinks so, and he will tell you why! We discuss America's Alliance, Zach's outburst, and the division of the Bomb Squad! We also take your calls and chats LIVE! 10 PM Eastern!
In Titus 2:3-4 the Word says: "And the elder women in this way also to be fitting in appearance for the worship of God and not to be slanderers (gossips), neither subservient (addicted) to much wine, and be teachers of excellence (virtue/good)."
So often as women we struggle with issues that influence our "story" causing us to feel inadequate; as the voices within repeatedly echos: "It's you! No one else has ever made that mistake! You don't have enough education for that career. It's all your fault he left. Or, Gosh...couldn't sleep all night. What's the matter with me? I'm tired of being tried...I'm not superwoman.". And there we sit huddled in indecisiveness and confusion holding on to our pain and filled with discouragement.
So, on Sunday evening, January19th we invite you to pull up your comfy chair with us at The Well of New Beginnings for a "fireside" chat with our special guess Eva Morrow out of Houston, Texas and some of her friends from Texas, and California areas.
Bring you thoughts and questions as we transparently share "My Story" as the older (mature) women minister the younger woman. We are here to encourage women to be healthy in spirit, soul and body for God the Father through Jesus by the Holy Spirit.
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This week on SOTT Talk Radio we’ll be talking to licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Aleta Edwards. Dr. Aleta graduated with honors form the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is the author of the best-selling e-book Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame and Perfectionism.
Through her many years of practice, Dr. Aleta has treated people with painful issues of perfectionism, shame, indecisiveness, control issues, and a fear of needing others. This constellation of issues kept appearing in a majority of her clients, regardless of gender, age, or cultural-ethic group.
Rather than solely focusing on coping with symptoms of these anxieties, she has helped people go inward, facing the specific fears that caused these symptoms. She has found that these painful symptoms--defensive in nature--would lessen considerably or simply vanish when the core issue was addressed.
Join us this Sunday October 20th from 2-4pm EST (8-10pm CET) as we discuss Dr. Aleta's important work and insights.
Why the Obamedia will always screw the Right; and now Senate Dems have graven it on one of O's stone tablets; NBC/WSJ poll shows 2-1 opposition to raising the debt ceiling, GOP leading on economy and foreign policy until after O's latest economic "pivot"; "California" really is Spanish for "Greece"; White House tells us we LIKE presidential indecisiveness - or do we?; Humanitarian interventionism = job security for US body bag manufacturers and America's creditors; and all hail our newest Marxist ruler - at least this one isn't self-inflicted.
This week's topic, procrastination! We've all done it, but why? It goes back to the 5th grade with me and continues to this day! You tell me, are you "one of us?" The question is why? Is it fear, shame, shy, indecisiveness? I can lay claim to all 4! If you have a remedy, please share! Procrastinators Unite!
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Have you ever wondered why some people can behave unemphatic, arrogant, envious, entitled, and shameless in relation with their own family members? Have you noticed how these people overestimate their abilities and have excessive need for admiration and affirmation? These people are considered Narcissists.Living as the child of a Narcissist parent is torturous. These children are often micro-managed, do not feel respected or appreciated, are shamed and embarrassed, or told that whatever they do is not good enough. Tina Fuller is the daughter of a Narcissistic mother who has shared her story in her book: It's My Turn.In my interview with Tina we will talk about the issues facing her as she grew up in an environment that made her feel flawed. She shares how her earlier life experiences continued to affect her adult life and cause years of misery. Low self-esteem, having troubled relationships, feeling broken, sense of inadequacy, indecisiveness, and inability to listen to constructive criticism are among the many topics associated with such emotional abuse.
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Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, answered these questions 1) 41 yr old boyfriend's sister controls family, acts like his wife, not sister; how to get her to stop controlling w/out hurting feelings, 2) 3 yr relationship, broke up last month, still having sex, bad idea? 3) SnD University student question: could indecisiveness about most things be related to giving a child up for adoption 20 yrs ago, 4) Sex with husband lasts 2 minutes, no exaggeration, he feels bad. Technique ideas? 5) SnD University student: ideas for conserving glucose via expending less energy on comprehension issues related to hearing loss.
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Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, answers these questions 1) any help for indecisiveness, even with small decisions, 2) nervous about boyfriend's reaction to ugly scar on upper leg, 3) how to achieve calmness, 4) my friend worries about not doing stuff she can do and talks too much about it; 5) new husbands adult children living back at home and not following basic rules and not doing basic responsibilities, 6) dating new guy I like, one-night fling with ex- and got pregnant, now what? 7) am I bad for not wanting a relationship with my family, who are mean people? 8) how to give year of personal growth as gift without insulting receiver, 9) are healthy people naturally joyous?
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Attacks on the Mind! In spite of the daily reading of the word, quick and pleading prayers, motivating face book postings and yes attending Church regularly, the lives of many remain in a state of unhappiness and inconsistencies. Confusion, worry, fear, anger, depression, condemnation, regret, unworthiness and so much more can take over the day and instantly leave one feeling victimized by the past, future and present. Why do we have so much indecisiveness and confusion in our life? This is not to suggest that life is going to be without challenges but more about having a peace that surpasses all when we face challenges? Satan comes to rob, steal and kill and he begins in and with our mind; he has declared war and knows exactly the weapon to use. Romans 12:2 “Do not conform to the patterns of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is, his good, pleasing and perfect will. Gain control over your mind and you will find freedom and peace. Dying To Live!
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Leading Life Large - (broadcasting at noon Pacific in order to keep a commitment to a 12 year old) I believe we need to be far more gentle on ourselves for not making decisions - for not being decisive. Every decision we make is risky. If it weren't, we would make decisions without hesitation. But they are risky and with every decision we risk failure. Aside from death and speaking in front of others, failure is what we fear most in life and we will do most anything to avoid feeling it - even not make decisions. So, being indecisve is understandable (still being gentle with you) and...we cannot afford to let indecisiveness halt our forward movement in any of our life endeavors. How many lifetimes do you get this time on the planet? Decide to tune in and I'll share some insights into being more decisive. Show broadcast from Kauai.
In this hour of Indecisiveness, WE MUST STAY True to the WORD of GOD. FEAR NOT & BELIEVE NOT the false signs and wonders. In the midst of calamity, GOD is getting Israel Ready! In an hour of Separation, the enemy will try to deceive with statistic, appearances and word. On May 15,2012, the spirit of the Lord began to speak regarding the things that we are seeing. I have received Divine downloads concerning the strategy and scheme of the enemy. DESTROYER is on a RAMPAGE, but we serve the GOD of ISRAEL and NOT the gods of Mesopotamia. David was moved by Satan to count the people. With the election around the corner, the people are being counted. BUT GOD! KNOW YOUR PLACE... GOD HAS CONFUSED the CAMP of the ENEMY!
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