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Intimacy conjures ideas of a private cozy atmosphere and is defined as an affinity for; a rapport,affection and confidence in an interaction. Empathy, understanding, and compassion are at the heart of intimacy. Researchers are beginning of understand the relationship of depression among people due to the absence of intimacy in their lives. The need to feel part of a bonded community is universal; a desire for “ being at home” emotionally. This is reflected in a common Southern congenial expression, “Make yourself at home”.
Current expectations in relationships are conditioned by previous experiences. Often we are expecting something in a relationship and not realizing this until we are not getting it. Relationships can be sabotaged by hidden expectations and lingering disappointments. Emotional memory exists outside of time. We must be aware of our own expectations (and how they are affected by our history) for there to be hope of developing intimate relationships Distrust is a feeling that someone or something is not honest and cannot be trusted and is regarded with suspicion thereby eliminating confidence in the success of new circumstances.
Mistrust is a general sense of unease toward someone or something not necessarily based on experience but on instinctive. Mistrust can evoke “Mind Reading” which is often related to a past disappointing relationship experience. We tend to expect what we previously had the opportunity to learn; we make assumptions based on our history. Then an action in the present, that is similar to a previous experience, triggers an intense negative explosive emotional reaction.
It is imperative to learn how to change the hidden expectations that work to distort a relationship, because we transfer hidden expectations from our history to present day.
Why do people mistrust one another?
Do black people mistrust each other more than other people?
Herman Melville wrote in his book the Whale or Moby Dick:
“Ignorance is the parent of fear.”
But... is mistrust the child of fear?
Mistrust used as a noun means: lack of trust or confidence; distrust.
Mistrust used as a verb to regard with mistrust, suspicion, or doubt; distrust.
But, where does the initial mistrust come from?
“Knowing only a portion of a person, nation, state or world, misinterpretation of a person, or a situation or circumstance.”
Can mistrust be manufactured?
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Last week we called on friends to include 2.1 billion Christians to touch and agree that Black Lives Matter. From our 2014 Christmas narrative we learned that lynching was a widely acknowledged practice in the United States until the middle of the 20th century. The U.S. Senate resolved to apologize for its own failure to enact anti-lynching legislation. As Ebenezer Scrooge might observe, that should be behind us as our ghost of Christmas past.
For demonstrators taking to the streets protesting, proclaiming and declaring equal justice, it’s a new season! The injustice is called by another name, but the results are still the same. The numbers add up to an increase in dead folk and an ever-widening Gulf of Mistrust.
The President’s assessment of events on the streets and in the courtroom accurately portrait the problem America faces this week of Christmas present. You can ask any of 2.1 billion Christians on earth about the jacked up arrest, trials and lynching of Jesus the Christ 2000 years ago, to get your sense of what needs to be done.
In Christmas present, WE THE PEOPLE will need to realize WE ARE THE WORLD. Our friends are watching, hoping for a brighter day. So, let’s start living like Christmas future is a goal worth sharing by coming together to bridge what the president has termed, a Gulf of Mistrust.
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Today we're continuing our discussion on why the phrase "Black Lives Matter" means so much in a society in which being Black often times means being assaulted on different levels from all aspects.
From facing the persistent realities of institutionalized racism and pressures outside of our communities, to dealing with the myriad pressures within our communites, the constant stress of navigating these minefields takes a noticable toll on most Black people in America.
Hypertension, diabetes, obesity, emotional stress, psychological vulnerability, social isolation, excessive mistrust of authority, repressed anger, dysfunctional interrelationships, negative self-image, growing hopelessness....today we'll talk about the many ways that this contstant fight to assert the value of our lives manifests itself in the very lives we're fighting for.
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According to a recent study in the journal MIS Quarterly, Craigslist’s entry into a market results in a 15.9 percent increase in reported HIV cases. The author of the study, Jason Chan, PhD, Assistant Professor ofInformation & Decision Sciences at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota joined me on the show Sunday to discuss the research in more detail.
Of course, vaccines are the hot topic of the day and my second guest looked at the H1N1, or swine flu vaccine from the 2009-2010 pandemic and Americans’ views on a then-new vaccine. Ohio State University Sociology professor, Dr Kent Schwirian, the coauthor of a paper published in the journal Health Promotion International joined me to talk about it.
Tonight we will hear from Dr. Amos Wilson lecturing on the relationships of the black family, children and the necessary relationship between the black man and woman. He asks the question;
"What's love got to do with it?"
This is a 2 hour podcast that is on the heels of last weeks show concerning mistrust in the black community.
Dr. Amos Wilson, our ancestor was the primier psychologist with relevant insight to the black psyche.
Do we need to be in love to raise a healthy family?
Listen in this Friday to find out!
The Minneapolis Public School Board held a meeting on Tuesday, June 9 to vote on removing police from Minneapolis Public Schools. On a vote of 7-1-1, (seven for keeping police in the schools), the Minnepaolis Police Federation crushed representatives from the Minneapolis NAACP, and #BlackLivesMatter.
There was several missteps my those who didn't want police in schools. Members of these group have cast a vail of hate and mistrust over all law enforcement. As a product of the Minneapolis Public Schools in the late 1970s, the school police are friends to all learners K-12.
Join the team of Ron and Don as we give the play-by-play of why this did not work as we are joined by special guests for this program.
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.
The time has come for you to change your way of thinking. Our topic is FAITH MAKES ENTREPRENEUR! Have you always want to get more out of life and business? The begin of any business is faith. What is does faith mean? FAITH faTH/ noun noun: faith 1. complete trust or confidence in someone or something. "this restores one's faith in politicians" synonyms: trust, belief, confidence, conviction; More optimism, hopefulness, hope "he justified his boss's faith in him" antonyms: mistrust 2. strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof. synonyms: religion, church, sect, denomination, (religious) persuasion, (religious) belief, ideology, creed, teaching, doctorine. Now the en·tre·pre·neur ?äntr?pr?'no?or,-'n?r/ noun noun: entrepreneur; plural noun: entrepreneurs 1. a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so. synonyms: businessman/businesswoman, enterpriser, speculator, tycoon, magnate, mogul. With your faith increasing you business will grow. Let discuss! Then our world famous feedback sessions, we break the star of tomorrow today! Call in live and be heard 6196394709 Support this movement log onto http://www.ewwnradio.com FOLLOW @DONJRCEO
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Can jealousy doom your relationship? Why is it considered tabot to be jealous at times? Why are women considered clingy or needy if they are jealous but men are being possessive? Jealousy is envy,covetousness. Resentment,bitterness, spite. Having suspicion,distrust/ mistrust, insecurity, anxiety. Being possessive or overprotective
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Save My Soul:
Suspicious of where her true loyalties lie, Klaus invites Freya to the compound in order to gain more insight into her past with Dahlia. After a series of strange visions, Rebekah begins to realize the body she’s inhabiting is attempting to regain control. With Rebekah’s life on the line, Marcel turns to Vincent, who may have some knowledge that could help them.
When Eva’s reemergence leaves Rebekah trapped and helpless, Klaus is forced to put aside his mistrust for Freya in order to save Rebekah’s life. With time running out to save her, Marcel turns to a reluctant Vincent for his help to take down Eva. His plan takes an unexpected turn, as Eva will not go down without a fight.
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership
"That's exactly why they're making it secret", Obama said.
"They don't know what they're talking about," Maria Sutton, The Electornic Frontier Foundation's spokeswoman said, "And yes, we don't know exactly what we're talking about, because it's secret."
Evidence of the mistrust between government officials and the connection therein. These people have a serious issue amongst them; no trust.
The US Losing Global Power
"The US see they are losing influence and it makes them target countries like Russia to find a way to stop them. The US creates barriers and problems for such countries. They try to hamper their natural development. So they continue their attacks on peaceful countries like Venezuela and oppose the development of powerful nations like China,” Nicolas Maduro said, Venezualan President.
Group of 3, shoot and kill two Mississisppi Cops
Marvin Banks, 29, and his 22-year-old girlfriend Joanie Calloway were charged with two counts of capital murder in the deaths of two Hattiesburg, Mississippi cops shot during a Saturday night traffic stop.
36 Days Until Jade Helm 15
The NSA Announcing "SKYNET" - A wireless tracking program using cellphone services.
New York City Power Plant, Indian Point, explosion.
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