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Tricia's True Crime Radio has a special show on Thursday August 29th.
Huffington post crime reporter David Lohr will join us 6 PM Eastern.
Don't miss David Lohr Thursday August 29 at 6 pm Eastern on Tricia's True Crime Radio.
Each week Tricia's True Crime Radio features several intriguing true crime cases. Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and co-owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand of broadcasting, knowledge and (at times) humor her True Crime Radio. Tricia's True Crime Radio. True Crime, Current Events, Always Discussed with Common Sense!!! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, whic
The Knitgrrl Show kicks off its summer season with guest Nikol Lohr, author of Naughty Needles: Sexy Saucy Knitting and founder of the Harveyville Project. We'll talk about her book, Harveyville and upcoming events there, including Yarn School and Felt School.
Is love overrated? This question was posed to me via Twitter and though I believe in it, realized there are many who either have watered it down, no longer believe in it or don't even know what it looks like.
I then took the question to our closed Real Talk the Movement Group on Facebook and asked the same question: One person said "it's not overrated but misunderstood between healthy and unhealthy." Another stated "due to unhappiness experienced with it, many may think it to be overrated." Our Co-Host also stated "one has to feel love in order to know what it truly is." What a discussion in the group!
So now, evaluate...how many have experienced love? Can you tell me what it feels like, what it looks like, what it is? Let's talk!
Guests will be talking with us and we look forward to the conversation.
Host: LaTonya Washington. Co-Host Tshombe Tshanti. Docs on Hand: Dr. Moinca and Ryeal "Relationship Coach" Sims and Chat Roo Moderator: Juacclyn Nikol.
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Is social media allowing us to develop meaningful relationships that we may never have done before or has it allowed us to "hide" behind the screen and play make believe? Do we now feel compelled to share all the business when we let emotions take over - There is no taking back once it hits cyberspace. So how is social networking affecting our relationships? I've now curious to know are our behaviors changing because we don't have to work as hard to maintain intimacy? Ask yourself, have I let go of the common phone conversation or turned to text messaging, e-mail, facebook, Twitter? Telling my information to everyone from where I am at 4pm to "he's my man/woman so Step Off!"
Tonight we will talk about how it may be affecting you, your committment to your significant other and your life in general. Join us for the conversation.
Your Host, Founder and Executive Producer Latonya Washington. Co-Host Tshombe Tshanti. Docs on Hand Dr. Monica and Ryeal "Relationship" Coach Sims and Chat room moderate: Juacclyn Nikol!
Say you had a high school sweetheart, you married, lived a happy life and then suddenly they were strickened with an illness. How about meeting a wonderful person who stole your heart but they were cripple. Would you go into a relationship with them or would you shy away from it due to its outer appearance?
This is Real Talk and we listen to Real People. Not everyone has the perfect appearance, we come with one leg possibly shorter than the other, a missing finger or toe, heart disease, diabetes or even wheelchair-bound. Love is love but do we limit ourselves because of the image. I had to even ask myself the hard question....would I?
Tonight, we are going to have a real discussion with US, those with disabilities, those with an illness and those without. Let's dig into the feelings on Real Talk the Movement.
We all deserve love....right?
Your Host: LaTonya Washington, CoHost: Tshombe Tshanti, Docs on Hand: Dr. Monica and Ryeal "Relationship Coach Sims, Chat Room Moderator, Juacclyn Nikol.
The person caught in addictive behavior goes through life trying to feel good but never making it. They are looking for a fix whether it is through drugs or love and underneath they want a connection to fill a void.
Underneath the love addictions is the belief of personal unworthiness, which results in choosing a partner who is fearful of connection and intimacy. Sex, romance and relationship addicts are those individuals who lack their own sense of spirituality and seek their identity in other people. Their addictive behavior allows them to avoid personal responsibility for their behavior and escape intimacy. This night, we are going to talk about breaking the cycle of addiction because you are worthy, you are someone, you simply need to realize it yourself.
How does one break the cycle?
What are the most common addictions?
Join our TEAM:
Host: LaTonya Washington, Founder
CoHost Tshombe Tshanti
Docs on Hand: Dr. Monica and Ryeal Relationship Coach Simms.
Chat Room Moderator: Juacclyn Nikol.
Commodore; the senior captain of a line of merchant vessels. Strong-man Rob Lohr has been an anchor on the defensive line for Vanderbilt as a three-year starter. With 31.5 tackles for a loss and 11 sacks during his career, Lohr established himself as one of the premier tackles in the SEC en route to building an impressive resume that has landed him on the NFL radar. He checks in with host Ric Serritella from St. Vincent Sports Perfromance in Indianapolis in this edition of the Player Spotl
Because we live in a society that gives us a view of perfection, anything that doesn't match that view we reject. So, are our youth being taught the true meaning of love at the core? That the true essence of love is the intangible connection of the soul? We teach them what to say, how to say it, when to say it so they look good to others and others are impressed. But are we teaching them to have the right attitude, the activity of love? What do our children see - do they see us judging, criticizing, talking about one another, unmerciful? Do we remember the truth about love?
Society is not perfect because we're not perfect. We have to let our kids know we've fallen, we've failed, so they don't have to feel less than or trying to come up to our standards. Let's stop kidding ourselves.....WE ARE NOT PERFECT!
How do we now connect with our youth?
Do they really believe what we say or pay attention to what we do and simply say "all y'all fake?"
Join us in this definite thought provoking conversation.
HOST: LaTonya Washington
Co-HOST: Tshombe Tshanti
DOCS ON HAND: Dr. Monica
Ryeal Relationship Coach Sims
CHAT ROOM MODERATOR: Juacclyn Nikol
Just this past week, I saw a news segment on black men incarcerated who on Father's Day, were allowed to have their daughters come for a visit and dance. As I watched, I saw these young children running into their father's arms when they got a glimpse them. I then saw these fathers hold them tight. When it was over, I saw the shedding of tears...the not wanting to let go.
As I listened to some of the reasoning why they were incarcerated, I thought to myself, "are you kidding me?" Don't get me wrong, there were some who should have been incarcerated but has it become a system of numbers that instead of lowering the dollar amount to attend college, it serve the powers that be better that our men are incarcerated? Enslaved...AGAIN!
What do we now do to stop the conspiracy? Can we stop it? If so, how do we stop it?
Is education key to our survival? But if educated, how do we use that education in whatever field to further us?
Would you date or ever trust a person who has been incarcerated? Real Talk!
We'll be speaking with some of those who have been incarcerated who were educated before going in, educated themselves while in and even sought higher levels of education once out. This is our Real Talk the Movement.
Host: LaTonya Washington; CoHost Tshombe Tshanti.
Docs on Hand: Dr. Monica and Ryeal Relationship Coach Sims
Chat Room Moderator: Juacclyn Nikol
People are now being asked the question before going into a a long term relationship, "this time around, would you choose love or money?" It seems now that when it comes between the two choices, it poses not to be an easy answer.
Women are going into careers that require much of their time and men are seemingly developing tunnel vision with all focus on career and status, feeling that a better career can give you a better life. Though this may be true, but isn't true love hard to find? Are we passing over people due to tunnel vision and once getting to that status or ultimate level in our careers, believe we will finally settle down, will stop or want more? Is this the reason why so many people are not in committed relationships?
Ask yourself these questions:
1. What really matters the most to me?
2. Will I regret not following my heart?
3. If I pass this one up right now to go after my career and goals, will I ever find another person as loving and caring as this one?
4. Will I find the person that understands my career means more to me than life itself?
Choices....It's not easy finding Mr. Right or Ms. Right, so if you feel you've genuinely met the right one, what will you do? That's Real Talk! We're weighing out the pros and the cons.
Join me, your Host LaTonya Washington, along with Co-Host Tshombe Tshanti, Docs on Hand, Dr. Monica and Dr. Ryeal Relationship Coach Simms, our chat room moderate, Juacclyn Nikol and our special guests as we get to the real deal of the matter.
Communication is the life blood of relationships, whether good or bad. We communicate through body language daily and may not recognize what we're doing but the body does, it doesn't lie.
Have you ever gone out on a first date with someone and during the conversation, they looked deep into your eyes or may have looked away when speaking?... that speaks volumes and may be your clue as to whether you want to see this person again or not. Body language also tells you if someone wants to get to know you more intellectually, they really like you or simply just want sex. Some try to figure out "why am I never approached?" Well, your body may be throwing off signs that you are unapproachable.
Body language is very relevant in leadership, at work, away from work, dating and relationships. The sending and receiving of body language signals happens on a conscious and subconscious level.
Tonight, we'll be speaking with our very own Ryeal RelationshipCoach Sims on the study of body language and looking to master the art of it. I've very curious as to the signs how about you? Have your questions ready, along with pin and paper because you know how we do...
Join me, LaTonya Washington, along with CoHost Tshombe Tshanti, Docs on Hand, Dr. Monica and Dr. Ryeal Simms, with Chat Room Moderator, Juacclyn Nikol for some Real Talk Body Language..
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