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Coming to you live from San Antonio, Texas on this 18th day of December 2014. Tonight is the third night of Hannakah. Tonight we will be listening to a Talk by Bill Watson from the Church of God International. He will Be discussing Narcissism. I think Art should listen because he is the Biggest Narcisist I have ever met. We are also going to be listening to a talk by Jim Cox, one of my former Mentors as he talks about Seeing ALL Things Spritually. Both Talks are Excellent and I enjoyed listening to them very much. I have to be up very very early in the Morning to head towards Houston Texas to get Loaded... (I am a Trucker). So tomarrows going to be a very long day. If your listening to the Program on iTunes you can also find the show at www.blogtalkradio.com/thekingdomofgodornothing or at www.kingdomarchieves.com To send your questions or comments you can call or text 801-368-1490 or listen to the program on your phone by calling 619-924-0710. In fact if you are listening Live, the third hour can only be heard by listening on your phone by calling that number. You can find me on my face book group at www.facebook.com/groups/thekingdomofgodornothing or find my personal account at www.facebook.com/Lazurus1977
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Once again, Thank you for listening to the show, Take Care and God Bless.
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If you have ever been involved with a narcissist you might have wished at some point that you were more like him/her. Maybe you feel you are too empathetic, too compassionate, you care too much for the other person, you are not confident enough, and think more of others than you do of yourself. Maybe you are afraid to self promote or put yourself out there.
We all go through a narcissistic phase when we are children; even teenagers have a narcissistic phase. But what is the difference between healthy narcissism and pathological narcissism?
On this episode of Pandora’s Box we are going to explore “healthy narcissism” and how developing a little more narcissism can actually help us to recover from narcissistic abuse and not be such a target for the pathological narcissist.
Host Tiffany Williams-Jallow and expert guests Steve and Kim Cooper, founders of NarcissismCured.com, TheLoveSafetyNet.com and bestselling authors of several books including "Back From The Looking Glass: 13 Steps Towards A Peaceful Home," help listeners effectively manage high-conflict relationships with difficult romantic partners and spouses who exhibit signs of narcissism, co-dependency and other personality disorders.
Does your spouse or romantic partner seem to act irrationally at times? Is your relationship filled with drama and conflict? Do you feel that no matter what you do, you can't seem to solve the problems in your relationship? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then your partner could suffer from a personality disorder.
Listeners are encouraged to join the chatroom with comments and questions or call the show live at 714-409-0610.
Miss the "Overcoming Trust Issues" episode with Dr. Carl Hindy, clinical psychologist and author of bestelling book "If This Is Love, Why Do I Feel So Insecure?" Listen here.
Tonight, On the Dr C Robert Jones Situation Report
Are you one, Do you Konw One...Or two?
With the classic narcissist, language is used cruelly and ruthlessly to ensnare one's enemies, to sow confusion and panic, to move others to emulate the narcissist ("projective identification"), to leave the listeners in doubt, in hesitation, in paralysis, to gain control, or to punish. Language is enslaved and forced to lie. The language is appropriated and expropriated. It is considered to be a weapon, an asset, a piece of lethal property, a traitorous mistress to be gang raped into submission. --Sam Vaknin, author, Malignant Self Love.
On Thursday's podcast: Sean talks with therapist Leo Battenhausen about his new book, "Socialcide: How America is Loving Itself to Death." Leo talks about the rise of narcissism, the role social media plays in our collective self-obsession, and the spiritual dimension that he believes is driving this trend.
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This show will address Single Mothers, Crack vs. Coaine, Narcissism, and Depression.
Hr1 Where are all the news reporters covering all the big corporate layoffs and bankruptcies? Dell, IBM, Radio Shack.
President Obama slams Christians... again. And excuses ISIS barbarity because of the Christian Crusades.
Where are the LGBT activists on ISIS throwing a gay man off a 7 story building for being gay? There's more noise made about a Christian baker who denies baking them a wedding cake than throwing someone off a building for being gay. Why? Fear!
Hr2 Socialcide: Social Media Narcissism Destroying the Fabric of Society
Leo Battenhausen? takes a frank look at how pathetic, if not pathological, American society has become in pursuit of self-gratification via social media. Narcissism. He calls it "Socialcide".
Study shows, marijuana really does negatively affect developing teens. No, it's not safe, even if you make it legal.
California duck liver ban. Are you serious?
Hr3 The Mob Life (Organized Crime)
“Ubatz-Crazy Sally” Polisi talks about life in the Mob and the Federal Witness Protection Program. (What is he doing talking to Joe?!)
Vanderbilt University teacher encourages students to pleasure themselves during sex class. Yes, this is really a college course.
Do you know what classes your kids are taking? Are you paying for something like this? It isn't just happening at Vanderbilt.
UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
Details about today's guests: www.unredactedshow.com/vault.html
Show website: www.unredactedshow.com
This is a big topic, and I believe now is the perfect time to talk about it.
Why are so many people's lives breaking down? Why is it, despite so many advancements and improved standards of life and longevity, that so many people are depressed, empty, lonely, unfulfilled and feel powerless?
What has this do with narcissists and narcissistic abuse?
Are our lives breaking apart, or is the greater and deeper purpose to integrate and unite back together?
During this show you will discover what many believe is really going on, as well as the incredible shift that is occurring personally and collectively - an evolutionary shift that we are all a part of.
Do you lead a double life? There’s your life as presented on social media and then your actual life. Social networking websites keep people connected with family, friends, co-workers, and acquaintances. But research suggests that online profiles can also feed our narcissistic tendencies and highlights a disconnect between one's real-world personality and the neatly curated online version. A user who constantly updates their status, obsessively uploads photos, or excessively posts or comments on others' walls may be exhibiting narcissistic tendencies and battling issues of low self-esteem. It’s not certain whether social media itself causes increases in narcissism, if narcissists merely seek out social media, or if both create a vicious cycle. Some people seek popularity through the photos or status updates they post. Both adults and teens attempt to boost their self-esteem and narcissism based on how many 'Likes' they get on Facebook. Apparently the desire to be 'Liked' on Facebook is a universal phenomenon. We all want to feel worthy of love and belonging. A 2013 study from the Univ of Michigan found that social media reflects and amplifies our culture’s growing levels of narcissism. The study shows that narcissistic college students and their adult counterparts use social media in different ways to boost their egos and control others' perceptions of them. What are your thoughts? Life Coach Jenn A. Nocera weighs in on the topic. After the show, go to After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.