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We cointinue the discuss on vision as we look at improving and maintaining a healthy vision. Just as we need to maintain proper eye care and to overall health we need to make sure that our plans, expectations, and overall vision for our future is healthy and well balanced. We all desire a lifetime of good vision. On today's broadcast we will look at our responsibility, what actions we can take and develop an action plan that fosters healthy vision.
RELATIONSHIPS101 with KOLE BLACK
Tonights special guest will be Robert Moore of Cincinnati Ohio. His INCREDIBLE story has received national attention, after being the victim of a automobile accident this young man has been in a constant fight for his life while trying to navigate through the complex maze of the health care system and legal system as well. His story will shock you and break your heart.
Later, we will also discuss the issue of what to do... When your mom hates your significant other, what do you do? Tune in. You won't want to miss it!
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Remember when you first started your current or former relationship and how exciting and fun the intimacy was? It’s so easy to get into a routine and do the same ol’ thing in the bedroom. And, that can lead to boredom, excessive arguments or worse. The good news is that there are some simple things you can do to help spice up your relationship and keep it that way. Tune in tonight as our hosts discuss how to ignite the intimacy with you and your mate along with special guest Mimi from “Passions by Mimi”. Join the conversation live by calling 347-989-0363, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, tweeting @soundoffradio, or commenting at www.facebook.com/thesoundoffrrr!
If your company has an official webpage, make sure to mention your social media account in your official webpage. This is one way of encouraging people to subscribe to your social media account. If you get them to subscribe to you, you are also gaining access to the people in their friendlist. Do forget to use your company logo in your social media account. Post photos of company events - the kinds which the public could not possibly have had access to. Random photos like dinners, tours, and even photos in airports are the kinds of photos that others could not have access to. This way, people will know that your social media account is authentic and is the real thing.
No matter the size of the baggage, we all have it and it will affect the way we are in new relationships. Dating and relationships can be frustrating and, often, downright painful. What single hasn't dreamt of a fairy dating coach swooping in to help her let go of baggage and find the happy, healthy relationship she craves?
Practice releasing regrets: When a relationship ends, it’s tempting to dwell on what you did wrong or what you could have done differently. This might seem productive—like you can somehow change things by rehashing it. You can’t. All dwelling does is cause you to suffer. When you start revisiting the past in your head, pull yourself into the moment. Focus on the good things in your current situation: the friends who are there for you and the lessons you’ve learned that will help you with future relationships.
Let yourself feel: Losing a relationship can feel like a mini-death, complete with a grieving process. First, you’re shocked and in denial. You don’t believe it’s over and you hold out hope. Next, you feel hurt and guilty. You should have done things differently. If you did you wouldn’t be in this pain. Then, you feel angry and maybe even start bargaining. It would be different if you gave it a second go. You wouldn’t be so insecure, defensive, or demanding. Then you might feel depressed and lonely as it hits you how much you’ve lost.
Do you feel trapped in a relationship you can’t leave?
Of course, feeling trapped is a state of mind. No one needs consent to leave a relationship. Millions of people remain in unhappy relationships that range from empty to abusive for many reasons; however, the feeling of suffocation or of having no choices stems from fear that’s often unconscious.
People give many explanations for staying in bad relationships, ranging from caring for young children to caring for a sick mate. One man was too afraid and guilt-ridden to leave his ill wife (11 years his senior). His ambivalence made him so distressed, he died before she did! Money binds couples, too, especially in a bad economy. Yet, more affluent couples may cling to a comfortable lifestyle, while their marriage dissolves into a business arrangement.
Homemakers fear being self-supporting or single moms, and breadwinners dread paying support and seeing their assets divided. Often spouses fear feeling shamed for leaving a “failed” marriage. Some even worry their spouse may harm him- or herself. Battered women may stay out of fear of retaliation. Most people tell themselves “The grass isn’t any greener,” believe they’re too old to find love again and imagine nightmarish online dating scenarios. Also, some cultures still stigmatize divorce.
Despite the abundance of reasons, many of which are realistic, there are deeper, unconscious ones that keep people trapped – usually fears of separation and loneliness. In longer relationships, spouses often don’t develop individual activities or support networks. In the past, an extended family served that function.
Dr. & Lady Newells are back and ready to hear from you! Last week we talked about the definition of a good man. Now we flip the script and discuss what a good woman is! We want your opinion, ladies and gents. What are the qualities you feel a good woman should posess? There are times men and women disagree on these qualities! Is being a good woman enough to keep a marriage or result in a marriage? Tell us on our new Monday night episode!
Dr. & Lady Newells are back and ready to hear from you! There are many different ideas on what a good man is. Every woman is different with a unique set of expectations. But, let's really get down to the nitty gritty of it all. Some women's criteria for a good man ends up keeping them in a cycle of failed relationships. So what's your definition of a good man? In this episode, you will find out if your expectations a realistic! Don't miss it!
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week we talk about ways to live your best life, be your best you and leave your past far, far behind. This week who knows what we'll be talking about, but you can be certain it will be something that will have a positive impact on your life.
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Everyone has uncertainty about whom to trust, how much to trust, when not to trust, and so forth at one time or another. In fact, every day we make choices about whom and how much to trust, and sometimes we are more willing to trust than at other times. That’s a good thing; a total lack of mistrust would indicate a serious psychological problem. Judgments about when and whom to trust help keep us safe and alive!
Where Do Trust Issues Come From?
Often, issues with trust arise based on experiences and interactions in the early phases of life, primarily childhood. A person who did not receive adequate nurturing, affection, and acceptance or who was abuse, violated, or mistreated as a child will often find difficulty in establishing trust as an adult. Likewise, adolescent experiences of either social rejection or social rejection or acceptance may shape a person’s ability to trust those around him or her. For instance, if someone is mocked, teased, or treated by his or her peers during the teenage years, this will influence later relationships. Being betrayed or belittled by others impacts self-esteem which also plays a significant role in a person’s capacity to trust. Basically, those who experience low self-esteem will be less likely to put their trust in those around them than those who are more self-assured.