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  • 00:31

    Maintaining Your Relationships During Pregnancy Part 3

    in Family

    In the first show and second segment, I discussed the positive and negative strategies couples use to maintain a relationship and stay close during pregnancy.  An example of positive behaviors to keep the relationship close is being open in a relationship.  An example of negative behaviors explained in the second show is using avoidance or deception (which is not always bad) as a way to make sure the relationship is as normal as possible during pregnancy.  In this third segment, I will have a female guest (who just gave birth) explain her experiences with the positive and negative ways she and her husband maintained their relationship during pregnancy and offering tips for future pregnant partners.  Please join me and call in to share your feedback. 

  • 00:31

    Maintaining your relationship during pregnancy part 2

    in Family

    In the first show, we discussed what the positive strategies pregnant couples used to maintain a relationship that makes them satisfied and committed.  In this second show, we’ll focus on the dark side/negative behaviors couples use in trying to maintain the relationship during pregnancy.  As I notice in some couples, partners may use these behaviors as ways to manipulate and control the other person to keep the relationship close.  Join me as I share some of my observations with friends and participate in this discussion as we focus on the dark side of maintaining the relationship during pregnancy.

  • 00:26

    Unexpected Pregnancy?

    in Dads and Family

    On today's show we discuss Unexpected Pregnancy with Renee Culbertson of Esperanza Women’s Center.  An unwanted pregnancy can bring up a lot of challenges and concerns for young women. Even if you’ve always wanted to be a mother, you didn’t expect to become pregnant right now, and it probably wasn’t part of your plans for the immediate future. You might be worried about how your life is going to change if you have a baby, and whether you can even afford to raise a child.   

    Guest Speaker Information:
    Renee Culbertson Founder of Esperanza Women's Center
    Email: Renee@esperanzawomenscenter.org  


  • 02:54

    Open Conversation: Teen Pregnancy

    in Entertainment

    Tonight we will be discussing teen pregnancy.  Is teen pregnancy necessary  We are going to discuss why there is a decrease in pregnancy?  Why do children find it difficult to communicate with their parents about sex and pregnancy?  Is there a need for Planned Parenthood?  Do you agree with Planned Parenthood selling the body parts of aborted babies?  This is just alittle of what we are going to talk about so tune in tonight from 7pm to 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation.

  • Teen Pregnancy: Birth Control?

    in Podcasting

    We would like to touch base on teenage pregnancy. Its becoming a normal situation but we wanna talk prevention method parents can do to help their children not become a statistic.

    The question is at what age do you feel introducing birth control is okay? Would you put your daughter on birth control to avoid her becoming a teen mother? Why or why not?

  • 01:30

    Teen Pregnancy

    in Social Networking

    Even though the teen pregnancy rate has declined over the past few decades, the fact of the matter is that the United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate of the Western industrialized world. It is true that the teen pregnancy and birth rate was much higher prior to 1980 (and especially in the 1950s and 1960s), but at the time young women were getting married and having children before the age of 20. Most of the teen pregnancies occurring before 1980 were to married women; now most of today's teen mothers are unwed.

  • 00:15

    Pregnancy Nutrition Part 3: After Baby

    in Health

    Join us for Part 3 of our pregnancy and nutrition series with Jacke Lash Callaghan with Core Wellness and Physical Therapy.  We'll be discussing what mom's body needs now that she has had the baby, whether breastfeeding or bottlefeeding.  We'll also touch on how to navigate allergies, weight gain, and cravings.  Listen only mode - no calls please.

  • 00:55

    Benefits of Yoga for Pregnancy the Postnatal Period and Beyond

    in Family

    For two decades Jane has worked with mamas, not only as a yoga teacher but also as a midwife, doula (labor assistant) and childbirth educator. Informed by years of experience working in the field of women’s health, she is uniquely suited to instruct yoga to women as they transition into motherhood.


    Jane is the founder and director of Mama Tree, a Yoga Alliance registered school dedicated to training yoga teachers, birth professionals and other health professionals interested in teaching prenatal and postnatal yoga. As a certified yoga teacher and a registered yoga teacher trainer through Yoga Alliance, Jane’s teacher training program attracts students from all over the world interested in learning how to utilize the practice of yoga to support pre- and postnatal women physically, mentally and emotionally. She also teaches the Yoga in Pregnancy component of many yoga teacher training schools including Yoga Tree in San Francisco. By training teachers, it is her hope to make yoga assessable to any mama that wants to experience the benefits of this ancient and powerful tradition.

    It is Jane’s mission to offer women a mindful, supportive and nourishing yoga practice that empowers them not only in pregnancy and childbirth but for all the years of motherhood that follow.

  • 00:16

    Pregnancy Nutrition Part 2: Growing in the Second and Third Trimester

    in Health

    The second and third trimesters of pregnancy are an exciting time. Growing and feeling comfortable, getting larger and feeling exhausted.  Join us as we talk with our own Jackie Lash Callaghan about nutrition for the middle and end of pregnancy.  This is the second installment of our pregnancy/nutrition series.  The third will be about nutrition post pregnancy.  No calls please - listen only mode.


  • 00:14

    Amy Rodriguez on the Physical Challenges of Pregnancy and Childbirth

    in Health

    August 20, 2015: This summer, the United States Women’s National Team clinched the World Cup trophy with a 5-2 win over Japan. As the team hoisted the trophy at the end of the match, forward Amy Rodriguez was in middle of it all, celebrating with her teammates.

    Not only did this moment allow Amy to add a World Cup title along side her two Olympic gold medals, but it was made sweeter because of her well-earned return to the team roster after having a baby not quite two years earlier.

    Pregnancy and childbirth are easy to take for granted, but it’s a physically challenging experience – even for an elite athlete. The changes to a woman’s body during and after a pregnancy can make any everyday activity a challenge, let alone playing a high endurance sport at a professional level.

    In this episode of Move Forward Radio, Amy describes how she approached her pregnancy and her return to sport. While it may be comparatively high achieving, Amy’s story reflects a journey attempted by moms of any athletic ability who look to regain a physically active lifestyle after childbirth.

    Download the podcast on iTunes.

    Read more about women's health issues MoveForwardPT.com. 

  • 00:57

    The Pregnancy Fetish w/ Alex Okoroji

    in Self Help

    #TNT 015:  Let's Talk About Sex Today....Some men have what some might call a weird FETISH...they are most attracted to their partners during pregnancy or have erotic fantasy about other random pregnant woman (MAIESIOPHILIA) and others are a little squeamish at the mere thought of contact with a pregnant woman. Some pretty much love the idea of a potruding belly as in cases of ALVINOLAGNIA (Belly Fetish) and EROTIC LACTATION.

    1) Do you find PREGNANT women sexually attractive or repugnant?  

    2) What are your thoughts about men who don't sleep with their pregnant wives/partners or men who actually FANTASIZE about random pregnant women? 

    3) How do women feel about sex during pregnancy and how do you feel about being an object of desire for your man or even random men?

    4) What are the safest positions and ways for preggers to spice up romance in the romp?

    Join Me- The Expressionist for some real talk this #TalkWednesday. Listen #LIVE to THE NAKED TALK w/ Alex Okoroji today Wednesday, 1, July, 2015 @ 9pm (GMT) | 10pm (WAT) | 11pm (CAT) | 1pm (PST) | 4pm (EST) {please check your local timezone}. Its going to be all round uncensored. Call In Live via phone on +1 (215) 383 - 3766 or hit the Skype button during the show to call in for FREE and Join the Crazy Conversation. Let's rub minds... Your opinion counts.


    And Don't Forget It's All About Straight Talk, No Bullshit!

    I Love You For Listening. Xoxo