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The Republicans put the FUN in dysfunctional!
The only thing about that is it isn't funny. Why are they so obsessed with gay sex, vaginas and obstructing the Obama White Houseat every turn? There are far more important issues to deal with than the forementioned
Is the GOP bankrupt of ideas? Has their far right ideology clouded their better judgement? Is it too late to make meaningful contributions to better America? Will the GOP become a Minority party in the near future? What does all this means for the Democrats in the 2014 Mid-Term Election and beyond? Join social commentators and political pundits, Dave Franklin and Lori Picarella, as they take your calls on this topic, and any other subject you wish to discuss, in this half hour.
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Who hasn't been either filled with fear, had a phobia or an obsession during their lifetime? It's a very common occurrence to experience one or all of these things as we make it through our existence. All three of them can hold us back from being or doing all that we want in life. It is up to us to fight these urges and to not give into them. Join us this coming Sunday to discuss these 3 painful things that bind us. We will be talking about what they all are, ho
A common cliche states that " the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, yet expecting different results. Well, this term may best be suited for some people moreso than others. This definition is perfectly suited for the typical black man and woman in America. Over and over, the black man and woman living in America has failed to recognize that NOTHING s/he does will be appeasing enough to ward off strange enemies. Slavery in the U.S. was brutal, and part of that mentality had to do with the fact that we were living in the midst of strange people. In Africa, tribes fought over tangible things. However, in America, the strange inhabitants needed no particular reason to rape, rob, kill, harass, or harbor unwarranted suspicion of Africans and Indigenous people Native to the land. Everywhere black people went, these strange people would follow. They burned down Rosewood out of envy. They followed black people towards the West, and destroyed Black Wall Street, because " that place is too nice for negroes to live in. " Black people ran to Chicago, Detroit, etc. This peculiar existence wasn't limited to violence. If the black man danced a certain way, this same strange crowd would adopt the dance. Racists such as Elvis Pressley became rich by imitating the dance moves of James Brown. Blues preceded country music, and jazz preceded techno. Hell, the black man and woman couldn't even smoke crack in peice without the white man joining in on the fun. How many brother or sisters have you ever met, however, who've tried LSD, or some other drug that was not force fed upon them ? So the first thing black america must understand is that outside of migrating to the moon, whites will always have and act upon this strange obsession with black people. This is why the safety of black men is on the line as the Trayvon Martin trial proceeds. Hopefully, Walmart, church, and Ketucky Fried Chicken won't rock us fast to sleep.
Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle and Melissa Binkley on Women in Business Radio on Monday at 11:00 am EST. Due to problems we could not air in on August 26.
Healing our Body Image and Food Obsession. How having a negative relationship with food affects your life: Some Pitfalls and Challenges
Melissa Binkley is a health transformation expert and founder of Healthy Healing Habits and creator of The BodyLOve Method. Melissa is a certified nutritionist who studied and graduated from The Ohio State University, and also studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She was trained in more than one hundred dietary theories, and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods. Melissa has had a whirlwind of experiences dealing with her own body image and food which she has wrestled with and has conquered. Melissa Binkley will talk about her personal experience together with her professional experince in dealing with body image and food obsession. Is there a way out? Yes! Self-love. Finding your true purpose can help you, together with accountability, support and the right systems to help you overcome negative body image and its social and psyychological implications. Guest: Melissa Binkley Weblink: Host: Dr. Cheryl Cottle Sponsor: Crafted Spaces
Today is about obsessions . This show is about relationships . Random offers her opinion and advise based on her own life experiences . She will host a different topic each week & also have different guest . The listener is encouarged to call in with questions or comments or email random at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tonight's special guest is Kimberly Shannon Brusk from Atlanta, a survivor and an activist who fights against Domestic Violence and for Gun Control. She's a frequent contributor about these issues to the Huffington Post. The 8th time she reported her abusive spouse to the police her husband was finally arrested, and four days later, after he'd been released, he came after her with a shotgun. Ms. Brusk had been married for almost a decade, but the power control issues started within the first year. Looking back there were definite signs of problems to come. Having full control of the finances, keeping Kimberly from working, checking up on emails and phone calls and needing to know where his wife was at all times seemed at first endearing, but should have been red flags, a warning. His obsessions and need for control even had him threatening to commit suicide if Kimberly didn't stay with him. Stalking was the last straw. Convinced she needed to escape, Ms. Brusk filed for divorce and sought the help of a women's support group. When her husband found out, he assaulted her. Kimberly stresses the need for women to have a support and safety system already in place, before they leave the abusive husband. She recommends a packed bag, making copies of important documents, having a pre-planned safe place to go, notifying police and contacting help groups like the National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-SAFE). "It's the riskiest time in your relationship," she says. Many of her interviews and speeches can be found on Kimberly's YouTube Channel.
Imagine an alien science where tissue, bone, nerves, and muscle are used like we use iron, wood, rubber and wire. Now imagine yourself held captive with hundreds of others by beings who wield this grisly technology as easily as we do hammer and saw; beings whose lineage can be traced through the morally hollow, parasitic branches of nature's evolutionary tree. What would you do to survive? Would you re-draw the boundaries of your own morality to stay alive? What would you compromise? How might you escape? This is the context of Natural Selection, the first of three volumes of the Dominant Species series of books.
Author, David Coy, had a lifetime love of science fiction and horror. He suspects it started in puberty since most obsessions do. He states, "I consider myself a sci-fi film Nazi. I’m sure I’ve seen every sci-fi movie ever made – certainly the vast majority of them. I can’t pass up even the worst of it. All those god-awful, black and white B flicks of the 40’s onward, with their outrageous and ham-handed themes of science vs. ignorance and good vs. evil, wrapped in whatever pseudo-scientific covering was popular that year, transfixed me, entertained me, and like the works pinched then stashed in my friend’s basement, made me think. When pivotal films like “Alien” and John Carpenter’s “The Thing” elevated sci-fi film up out of the gutter with all those glorious and expensive production values, I was im himmel."
We will be talking to David Coy about his love of science-fiction and how it has shaped what he has been writing. What does Natural Selection have to do with any of us?
NWP welcomes The Huffington Post contributor and author S.L."Suzie" Scott.S.L. Scott is a former high-tech account manager with a journalism degree pursuing her passion for telling stories. She spends her days escaping into her characters and letting them lead her on their adventures. Live music shows, harvesting jalapenos and eating homemade guacamole are obsessions she calls hobbies. Scott lives in the beautiful Texas Hill Country with her husband, two young sons, two Papillons and a bowl full of Sea Monkeys. Suzie is a succesful author and shares her unique insight on publishing, self-publishing and new changes every author needs to know. These tips have been shared in The Huffingtonton Post and today she shares her knowledge with us!
Blog: www.slscottauthor.comTwitter: @slscottauthorFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/slscottauthor Huffington Post Contributor Page: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sl-scott/
RED AURA COLOR MEANING: Relates to the physical body, hart or circulation.The densest color, it creates the most friction. Friction attracts or repels; money worries or obsessions; anger or unforgiveness; anxiety or nervousness
Deep Red: Grounded, realistic, active, strong will-power, survival-oriented.
Muddied red: Anger (repelling)
Clear red: Powerful, energetic, competitive, sexual, passionate
Pink-bright and light: Loving, tender, sensitive, sensual, artistic, affection, purity, compassion;new or revieved romantic relationship. Can indicate clairaudience.
Dark and murky pink: Immature and/or dishonest nature
Orange Red: Confidence, creative power
In a good, bright and pure state, red energy can serve as a healthy ego.
ORANGE AURA COLOR: Relates to reproductive organs and emotions.The color of vitality, vigor, good health and excitement. Lots of energy and stamina, creative, productive, adventurous, courageous, outgoing social nature; currently experiencing stress related to apetites and addictions;
Orange-Yellow: Creative, intelligent, detail oriented, perfectionist, scientific.
YELLOW AURA COLOR MEANING: Relates to the spleen and life energy. It is the color of awakening, inspiration, intelligence and action shared, creative, playful, optimistic, easy-going.
Join us with Rachael Bell as we discuss paraphilias, along with her edgy no holds barred book, "Sexual Obsessions Gone Wrong" Rachael Bell has master’s degrees in both Clinical Forensic and Health Psychology and worked for Time Warner’s Crime Library (previously Court TV) for more than a decade researching, reporting and writing more than 70 in-depth feature stories on major criminal cases, such as O.J. Simpson, the Green River Killer, Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy
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