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The is a large range in the consenual non-monogamous community, from swinging and open relationships to polyfidelity. Each categor does have characteristcs, but they all have similiar mindset: Each individual agrees that monogamy is not the only way to live and is not the only relationship style.
Today, Let's talk about the range of cosensual non-monogamy, and many of may find that we move u and down on theange depending on where we or in our lies. Moreover, the rules that are in place at one point may no longer make sense, or ruls that were let go may need to be reinstated.
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Making honest, freeing, and flexible rules in consensual non-monogamous relationships can be difficult. As a matter of fact, there are many folk who feel rules defeat the purpose of consensual non-monogamy.
I feel rules are important to communicate shared vision even in a chaotic world. Rules or guildlines will be broken, They will become useless, and you will have to reevaluate your guidelines from ttime to time to see if they still right for you consensual non-monogamous life. No worries. Rules are not commandments that aren't changed or mean damnation if they are broken. They are a creative expression of your desire to make a certain non-monogamous life.
Let's talk about it.
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Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Scott Hammond & Lisa Copeland
Scott C. Hammond is a Professor, Business Management in the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in organizational behavior, international management and ethics. He is the author of over 30 scholarly articles.
Dr. Hammond is also a volunteer search and rescue worker with Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs when he works with his Golden Retriever “Dusty the-wonder-dog” to find lost people in the Rocky Mountains.
Dr. Hammond holds a ?Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD from the University of Utah, 1997 and a Master of Organizational Behavior from the Marriott School of Business, Brigham Young University, 1987.
To answer this question, it’s probably best that I share with you a defining moment and resulting compelling story that brought me to where I am today, coaching people like you on exactly what to do to find and meet Quality Men after 50. That defining moment in my life happened after I had just divorced my second husband. http://lessonsofthelost.com/book/author
One day, in the middle of the night, I woke up in a pool of sweat. All I kept saying to myself is, “What have I done? Why did I leave this man who at least I knew… just to struggle in the dating game trying to get dates with not so great men? I’m over 50 now…who will even want me at this point in my life…having been married twice on top of it? Am I just fated to live my life alone?” http://www.findaqualityman.com/about-2/
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Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Debbie Leoni
Debbie Leoni is a professional speaker, executive and personal life coach. She is a respected leader in the field of personal growth and spirituality. Debbie has helped thousands of professional women and men create work and life balance by living fearlessly, accessing their pain to experience fame. Debbie's unique strategies and processes help her clients identify their hidden fears and shift those fears into courage. Debbie has trained under one of the world's most influential teachers and she's committed her life to learning the teachings of various mystical paths. Debbie worked on the support staff with The Ford Institute in San Diego, Cal for 6 years, assisting bestselling author, the late Debbie Ford, with the life transforming workshop, "The Shadow Process." Debbie Leoni has since designed "Fearless Living" a 2 day immersion workshop and also facilitates various spiritual retreats.
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Lou Anne Smoot & Jacqui IWU
Lou Anne Smoot, a then 60-year-old lesbian who, as a young woman, sacrificed her happiness to do what she had been taught was the "right thing." She married and remained faithful to her husband for 37 years until she simply couldn't keep up the pretense any longer. At that time she was teaching a ladies Sunday School class at the First Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas - an area of Texas affectionately referred to as being behind the "Pine Curtain."
This retired public school teacher, holder of two college degrees, mother of four, grandmother of six, and Baptist Sunday School teacher, courageously changed her life in the direction she felt God was "prodding" her to go. Despite the uncomfortableness of remaining a member of her Baptist church when she divorced and began "coming out," she remained faithful to God and to her church at a time when most homosexuals her age either remained "in the closet" or turned their backs on the churches that seemed to turn their backs on them.
Lou Anne is now an activist for gay rights and serves on the boards of both East Texas PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) and Project TAG (Tyler Area Gays). She was awarded the 2010 Project TAG Advocate of the Year Award. She volunteers with Meals on Wheels and the Bethesda Health Clinic, and is active with The League of Women Voters. In her "spare time" she enjoys reading, traveling, working in the yard, playing Freecell on the computer and playing Rummikub. She leads an Adopt-A-Highway cleanup group, a monthly Ladies Dinner group, and a monthly Board Games group as well as spends at least one day a week babysitting grandchildren.
Chief Dennis Rubin is a rescue consultant, writer and teacher. In this series, he and his guests address the latest hot button issues in the fire service.
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Join Animal Energy Behaviorist and Animaleze® founder, Susanne Peach, as she discusses what she’s termed “Generaltional Energy,” which can be a contributor to physical, emotional and/or behavioral issues.
Using Animaleze®, Susanne’s work with animals, she has discovered that some animals suffer because of expectations, judgments, and projections put on them, sometimes even before they are born.
She’ll discuss some success stories such as the horse whose grandfather was Secretariat, who was arguably the world’s best racehorse. When Secretariat retired from racing, he was bred many times in the hopes and expectations to produce more talented race horses, generation after generation. But Susanne discovered in working with this granddaughter of Secretariat that these expectations were a large contributor to this mare’s health issues.
Learn how you might also unknowingly be projecting certain expectations onto your own companimals (companion animals.) Susanne will describe how she was even guilty of this just recently with her own dog, Samson.
Join Susanne to hear about this unusual topic that’s been one of the keys to her success in using EFT on animals.
Call in to 1-347-215-6833 during the show to ask her specific questions about your own animal.
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