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What should the Mother/Daughter dynamic look like? Should mothers and daughters be friends? This week on Playing Devil's Advocate™ , Ms. KiKi and the crew will explore the ins and outs of the mother/daughter relationship, and what can happen when these relationships work and when they go horribly wrong! Tune in and join the conversation to share your experiences and opinions on this topic!
And if that's not enough we have our Producer's "Drink of the Week", and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or in our interactive chat room or LIVE on-air Wed night!
ALL VIEWS WELCOME!! Playing Devil’s Advocate™
Uncensored, Unscripted, UNAPOLOGETIC!!!
There is a lot said, written and explored in relation to Mothers and Daughters. These energies take on many forms and variations of expression, and the exchange is powerful! Join Reiki-Master Teacher, Yolanda Williams, as she discusses the dance of Mothers and Daughters...and how this relationship is unlike any other. The show is interactive so be sure to call 323-679-0953 or join the conversation in the online chatroom!
Don't forget to sign up for Yolanda's newsletter at yewchi.com and receive access to FREE webinars and a FREE Manifesting Workbook!
And to learn about YOU and your chakra energy, be sure to sign up for Yolanda's online course, Be Your Own Energy Healer, available on dailyom.com
Brown Girl Collective celebrates BOLD, Brilliant and Beautiful women and girls of African descent by paying homage to our past and sharing our present, while preparing for our future.
Hosted by BGC founder Marcie L. Thomas, this show will address many of the issues facing young women as they grow into young women and how mothers can assist their growing girls more effectively.
Gina McCauley, founder of What About Our Daughters (http://www.whataboutourdaughters.com/) and co-founder of the Blogging While Brown Conference.
Carolyn Strong, educator, founder of Bullies Stink! (http://www.bulliesstink.com/) and author of Black Girl Blues: Strategies to Combat Intra-Racial Bullying
Dr. Tyffani Monford Dent of Monford-Dent Consulting & Psychological Services, LLC? (http://www.monforddentconsulting.com/), licensed psychologist and author of Girls Got Issues: A Woman’s Guide to Self-discovery and Healing.
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Rescheduled show for Friday, Fare Skin Mothers Do Bare Dark Skin Daughters
Please join us in the topic of How does a Dark Skin Daughters make herself more appealing and attractive To the opposiit sex?
Please bring your questions!
Join the Conversation! Gwen Hill the host of Gail @ work will discuss ways to build the skills that can turn conflicts into opportunities!
Let's face it conflict is a normal part of any healthy relationship. After all, two people can’t be expected to agree on everything, all the time. But you can learn how to put your best foot forward in every conflict. Thursdays 7:00 - 7:30pm
On today's Daring Daughter broadcast, mother-daughter co-hosts Ann and Christi Dunagan chat about "Leaving a Legacy" from one generation to another -- from mom to daughter, and also learning and growing from daughter to mom. During this episode, Ann and Christi address comments and questions from speaker and homeschooling mother of six, Angie Tolpin (of Leaving a Legacy).
How have you nurtured a strong mother-daughter relationship over the years? How do you focus on the heart attitude in your daughters? Do your daughters come to you for advice -- about appearance? about boys? about what's right and wrong? How do you make an intentional effort to open the lines of communication with your daughters? How are you leaving a legacy with your daughters (especially in regards to spiritual identity)?
A few days ago, Ann and her younger daughter, Caela, went to a special event featuring speaker Pam Tebow (mom of NFL quarterback, Tim Tebow). Along with the inspirational prolife message, it was also a special mother-daughter time. In raising our girls to be daring daughters for God, we as moms need to instill a godly legacy. But it doesn't "just happen"; we need to be intentional.
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The Holidays are upon us and many will be about the business of shopping for that special gift for that special someone. While some will go to great lengths in search of the ultimate gift, others will be praying for the food, shelter, medical care to save their dying child or even simple things like toiletry items that many take for granted everyday.
On this broadcast of Naomi's Daughters, we are honored to be joined by our very special guest Christian singer/recording artist and published author "Maranda Forney." Maranda will be sharing her gift as well as her hearts passion with us. For more information about Maranda, visit her page by clicking on her name on the Naomi's Daughters page or visit her website @ http://www.marandaforney.com/
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Mothers: Have you looked in the mirror lately? Did you realize that the woman looking back at you reflects the type of woman your daughter will become?
Daughters: Have you looked in the mirror lately? Did you realize that the woman looking back at you is the reflection of your mother who is a reflection of her mother?
Tonight's show is very important. The harder daughters try to not become their mothers, the more shebecomes a reflection of her. We all want to know how we arrived to this destination called womanhood. It all began with the first time our mothers laid eyes upon us.
It's that time again to let's just talk!
A place where mothers and daughters come to nurture their relationship. Please join us every Saturday morning at 10:00 A.M. for an exciting "Live" show. Mothers and daughters sharing their stories. You can call us at 347-539-5078, push #1 to share your thoughts. Please, share this information with every woman you know, because every woman is a "Daughter!"
Sometimes motherhood doesn’t come natural. I’m sure that sounds confusing to some, strange to others, and crazy to many. However, I have spoken with several mothers—single and married—who have found themselves questioning whether they are good mothers because they sometimes do not feel nurturing enough. So, if you know of a mother, or if that mother is you, and you have such feelings or have had such feelings, call in and share your story. I will definitely share mine.
As I've gotten older I realize that things are not always what they're supposed to be. The Colgate smiles in a family portrait never reveal what feelings lie deep within the troubled soul of a person. We also expect age to bring maturity and wisdom and are shocked when we find that the graying hair and slowing steps of our Elders give no indication to the venom that they possess inside. Venom? Yes, venom.......like a child who spent the entire weekend playing around and not taking the task of completing their homework in a timely fashion, we have Mothers out here who've never absorbed the lessons of their youth or haven't come to the terms of being held accountable with the bad choices of their past and become envious of the clean slates that their daughters have as they prepare to pursue their dreams out in the world. .......and this is more common than one could think. So at showtime I want us to delve into the deeper reasons why a Mother could be so hateful in action while pretending to be so caring to their daughters who are emotionally and mentally devastated beyond measure. I also would like hear from those who have suffered through this type of dysfunctional treatment and how they've dealt with it to overcome or are still in the throes of pain seeking help from those who have defeated it. I'm looking forward to an evening of healing, embracing and support as we touch on a topic that most will never acknowledge out of denial. Hasn't it gone on too long? Isn't it time that we break the shackles of another person toxicity in order to finally live a happy life? I look forward to hearing from you on this episode of The LanceScurv Show.