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Join Kitty Elavase and SmallChange for another episode of Wet Wednesday! Show will air live Septmeber 10 at 8PM Pst, 10Pm central and 11Pm Eastern. Listen online www.blogtalkradio.com/elavase or via phone 347-426-3673. Also make sure you check out http://www.youtube.com/kittykattkloset http://www.kittykattkloset.com Call in and tell you what you think about long distance relationship.
are you in a long distance relationship? If so the key of my co-host or less than myself would like to talk to you tonight on 60 Saturday give us a call at 646 200 3816 will waiting for you .
Alzheimer's Speaks gives voice to all dealing with a variety of types of dementia and caregiving. Today we have two power guests with great insights and resources to make life with dementia easier.
Long Distance Caregivers Are Encouraged To Call In With Your Questions
Our first guest is long distance caregiver and author of Alzheimer's My Mom My Hero, Lisa Hirsch who has been living the role of long distance caregiver for her own Mother and helping thousands of caregivers around the world. Lisa's book and blog is God sent for many struggling in their role as care partners.
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The second half of the show we will be talking with Ron Gregory CEO of Alzheimer's Music Connect and singer songwriter Vanessa Campagna who is featured on the new holiday CD, "Memories - The Songs and Spirit of Christmas." The CD is amazing and has technology behind it to help those diagnosed and dealing with dementia. Vanessa's website.
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On this edition of "Rendezvous with Kent", Kent gives you 5 tips to maintain a long distance romance. Prepare to be enlightened, amused and informed.
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Susan Winter, author of 'Older Women / Younger Men' dispels the cougar myths and why dating below your age range is a great way to open yourself up to love.
And returning guest Dr. Holly discusses sex toys, Skype dating, and how long distance love can last—hint: You wait for sex!!
Tune into this week's show on the Every Woman Talk Show with host Oolie Wells and special guest as they have an open discussion on long distance relationships and how to deal with the relationship. This Tuesday at 7:00 pm on Shadow Worldz Radio at Blog Talk Radio
Did you miss "Ask Dedan Advice Hour" on “The Dedan Tolbert Show”, where we discussed Long distance Relationships, Lebron James and the NBA Finals, men who use terms like, “no homo”, and “pause”, Rihanna’s see through gown, the life and death of Maya Angelou, Beyonce and what the Bible says about worshiping other “gods”, fake friends, Astrology and MANY other issues? If so, tune in tonight at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters”.
On tonight's episode we will discuss what's new, up, and coming in the LNB community including some new changes to the format of the show, information and opportunities regarding the Long Nail Beauties Association™, and new information regarding plans for our 2nd annual gathering including approximate date and location. The main topic of tonight's show will be the ramifications of online picture posting and the exploitation that can occur because of it. We will be talking with one of our LNBs who have had firsthand experience with exploitation and she will discuss how she felt, how she handled the situation, and what she recommends for our LNBs going forward.
You don't want to miss out.
Long distance relationships...I've noticed a lot of my friends and group members are involved in one. Do they work out? How can you make them work? How is the trust earned and is it easily lost? What are the do's and don't's? What happens when you get lonely? How do you handle insecurities of your partner getting lonely and being so far away? How do you handle sexual frustration? Let's discuss all of this and more this sunday on Read Our Lips radio with your hosts Erotic Essence and Kalifornia Pnut Kourvoisier !! 9-11pm est.
Long distance relationships are definitely risky, and if you are unfortunate enough to be far away from a significant other, the prospect of potentially ruining your relationship can seem daunting. Just because long distance relationships are difficult, doesn't mean they're impossible. Simple adjustments to your attitude and lifestyle can help you keep your loved one in your life.
We all know there are a lot of long distance relationship out there and both parties working hard to make it work. We salute them because it is not easy. Just think of Military families that their spouses are normally gone for a good amount of time and I know for a fact that there are so many issues with that. We really think that you have to be two strong people to make it work.
We are going to talk about pros and cons and also we will list down some things that the couples can do to make their relationship stronger.
Another exciting topic Ladies and Gentlemen so please tune in and call in. We will talk to you all at 8pm tomorrow night
Have you ever loved someone and planned on building a future with them….the only problem is they live 5 hours away? Or in another country all together? If you can relate, tune into “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss “Long Distance Relationships” and whether or not they’re a sustainable, as well as MANY other issues including: Astrology, Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, Summer fashion do’s and don’ts/Rihanna and her see through gown, fake friends, the results of this week’s Emotional Availability Pop Quizzes, and a few all time classic throwback “Ask Dedan Advice Questions”. Feel free to call in with questions/comments to 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online at www.dedantolbershow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters”.
If you are in or are about to begin a military relationship, you need to prepare yourself for the road ahead. Military relationships can be very hard and it does take quite a bit of getting used to. But along with that hardship comes quite a few rewards, such as pride, health and dental coverage at considerably low rates, a guaranteed paycheck regardless of hours worked, a new “extended” family, opportunities to travel and see many different places, and freedom and flexibility to work towards your goals and dreams while they are away. Despite all of these benefits, being in a military relationship means learning to adapt to this new lifestyle and learning how to cope with the distance and difficulties you will face.