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Key Verse: Go out from Babylon, flee from Chaldea, declare this with a shout of joy, proclaim it, send it forth to the end of the earth; say, "The Lord has redeemed his servant Jacob!" Isaiah 48:20
Join us this morning for a lesson entitltled: Reassurance for God's People!
Democrat or Republican, your vote is critical in November. That is the Theme for today. Do you want a Republican majority in the house and senate? Do you like what you hear and see from your representative? Do you know your polling place, hours, and requirements before Election Day? Did you know that President Barack Obama might as well be on the ballot?
We also have Dr. Raymond Dorrough, Pastor, Prophet, Author and Dentist Extraordinaire as our special guest. If you have a need of dentistry work, I recommend my dentist, Dr. Raymond Dorrough. If there is a need for spiritual awakening or reassurance, contact Pastor or Prophet Dorrough. If you want to understand your dreams and visions or significance of numbers read Raymond L. Dorrough, Ph.D., books as pictured. If you have questions for Dr. Dorrough, call our show at 347-237-4908 on the day of broadcast for a live answer.
And…of course our musical selections will come from Pastor Marvin Winans’ “Alone but not Alone” CD featuring his soulful rendition of his classic “Just Don’t Wanna Know.” It’s a show about here, now and spiritual. Join us live for a great time out.
Episode #81- Topic: " From Layoff to Film Maker" a conversation with special guest Victor Jones, President/CEO of Can't Stop Now (CSN) Productions, Inc.
Join the conversation with Show Host Alicia Ward and her special guests as they share and discuss their emotional journey's of self discovery and empowerment after beig laid off from a job,
Alicia "Ali" shares her emotional, spiritual and family journey as she discovers her true passions and sets new goals after being laid off from a job after 13 years of service.
Individuals with layoff stories are encouraged to call in to share their story and journey.
Special Guests ranging from licensed Therapists, to Life Coaches contribute to the conversation by offering listeners reassurance and affirmations of normal feelings through the emotional journey following being laid off. Additional "Life Events" of loss are discussed.
Inspirational tips on how to survive in this new economy and social strastophere in addition to self-dscovery techniques will be shared with the audience.
CAll IN, join the conversation and share your experience, be an inspiration to others!
We will read and expound from the chapter "Twelve Principles of Recovery" taken from my book Reconnected-How To Be A Mentor To Your Child-Self. The Twelve Steps of Addiction associated with the Alcoholics Anonymous organization have some good points that need to be recognized when we fall into faulty behavior. Even though the Twelve Steps and my Twelve Principles were written with alcoholism and drug addiction in mind, the program can be used for other character defects such as - Anger, Abuse, Compulsive disorders, Overeating, Gambling, Sexual, and Controlling issues. -- When accepting a new life for yourself and realizing that you have to first forgive yourself and others, just saying the words alone may not be good enough to internalize real change. This is why following a program methodically with a solid commitment, and demonstrating the new you by being the example of what you are now believing, you can have more reassurance of a new path for yourself. This is the first installment so we will start with the 1st Principle "We allowed our lower selves to control us regarding our addiction, and admitted that our lives thus had become unmanageable."
Do you ever feel that in your attempt to accommodate everyone else's needs, your needs take a backseat? Find out Carol's suggestions and tips for balancing everyone's (including your own!) needs.
Resources mentioned in today's podcast:
The Child Whisperer Blog Post: Type 2 Energy or Type 4 Energy?
The Carol Blog Post: The Real Reason You Get Emotionally Triggered (Post about Inner Child healing)
"Clear Your Childhood Issues" found at Carol Tuttle's Healing Center
Remembering Wholeness by Carol Tuttle
13:26 Carol tells a Type 3 mom how to prioritize her need to be productive.
19:45 Summary of tips for Type 3 moms
21:33 A Type 4 working mom asks how to meet her Type 1 child's needs while still getting time for solitude for herself.
34:04 A Type 2 mom asks for reassurance about letting her Type 3 daughter move around so much.
Want to ask a question before the show? Send Carol an email: email@example.com
Learn more about Carol's Best Selling parenting book, "The Child Whisperer" at www.thechildwhisperer.com
Learn more about Carol at www.thecarolblog.com
Love Knows No Distance
LGBT Long Distance Relationships
When I met her, I would often joke that I still had battle scars from my last relationship. Actually, she had been my Facebook friend though my last relationship--she watched me find love, fall in love, and then she saw the fall out of that love as it spewed all over my friends' newsfeeds and their Facebook walls that August morning in 2012.
She was simply comforting to me when I needed comfort the most--she was the voice of calm and reassurance that I would hear when I went to hang out in the A Gurlz Guide Facebook Group. I started reading her blogs; and, well, she started following my status updates and Bitstrips.
I'm Annise--a 40 year old lesbian and mother of two. My partner's name is Benny; and, she is the mother of three. Together, we have five children from ages 10 to 29. Love knows no distance is our story of how we fell in love and how we work to maintain our love even though we live hundreds of miles away.
We decided to start this podcast after Create Love featured us as their Happy Couple in August (http://createloveforwomen.blogspot.com/2014/08/happy-couple-highlight-annise-and-benny.html) and after we created a Facebook group to support other LGBTQ couples in long distance relationships.
This podcast is very different from the most of the podcasts on the Back2Us Network. Love Knows No Distance is unscripted and for the most part--unedited. What comes to our mind comes out our mouth.
So tune in each month for a new episode of our life and eventually we will begin featuring other couples from our Facebook group.
This episode is sponsored by lezmysterybox.com
Music featured on this episode is by Mhyst "You're into Me" and Fast Funghi "Thankful".
Given the ongoing streams of negative press and propaganda, there is a dire need for more than just a mere pep talk; we all need tangible forms of reassurance. Evidence that visions and aspirations can not only become possible but worthy of a repeat performance. On today's broadcast, the Platinum Queens West family have the distinct pleasure to welcome another Warrior Poet among us; profound author in liturature and life - Antoinette 'Toni' Robinson. Via her life, she will be encouraged to share her testimonies in order to spark those whom have either become stagnant or have lost faith....within themselves, their calling or virtually, everything. As usual, we are looking forward to engage each other and ourselves as intended; unedited.
The call in number is (347) 884-8239. We go live @ 3pm Pacific Standard Time/6pm Eastern Standard Time. Let's get it in...
Tonight's Bonnie Kaye's Straight Wives Talk Show is devoted to discussing Sexually Transmitted Diseases for women focusing on HIV/AIDS. We will have a straight wife who was infected with AIDS from her gay husband talking about the importance of getting tested when there is any question of possible disease. So many women feel embarrassed and scared when going through this situation, but our speaker will give everyone reassurance of how easy it is to get diagnosed, and how she is living a complete life as an HIV positive woman. .
Bonnie Kaye, international specialist on women who unknowingly marry gay men affecting 4 million women in this country and millions more around the world, hosts this show. Each week she has guests who are experts in this area to help those women who need to move ahead and heal. Kaye is a counselor, author, and founder of the Straight Wives Club.
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This week, John Cappel joins Michael to discuss the Overseas Contingency Operations budget. Cappel work on Budgeting for Foreign Affairs and Defense (BFAD) at the Stimson Center. John and his colleague, Russel Rumbaugh, just put out a report “A Step Backward, or More to Go? FY15 Overseas Contingency Operations Request.”
The Stimson Center focusses on global security challenges, and Cappel and his colleagues in BFAD look into where the money is actually going.
Cappel explains how OCO, or Overseas Contingency Operations, contains budget requests that are like supplemental war budgets. Historically, supplemental budgets often arose in response to some kind of unexpected event, like a natural disaster or some kind of military conflict. In the past, these supplemental budgets gave way to budgets that took into account the actual conflicts and the supplemental budget requests went away. The OCO, however, has been around for a long time now.
Many feel that the OCO budget has become a bit of a slush fund. DoD, for its part, is beginning to shift some of the OCO-type requests into the general budget.
The OCO Budget also has requests for $5 Billion for the Counterterrisom Partnership Fund (CTPF) with $4 billion for DoD and $1 billion to the Department of State. There’s also the European Reassurance Initiative with a price tag of $1 billion which mostly goes to DoD. Cappel refers to both as “head scratchers.”
To read more about John Cappel and his work at the the Stimson Center, visit the Budgeting for Foreign Affairs and Defense section of the Stimson Center’s Website.
Long-distance relationships are not for the faint of heart. Sure, the beginnings of love feel like hearts and giggles and imaginings of what’s to come, but what about the lagging times in the middle when you’re physically apart, and love and admiration start to wage a private war against life-sized fears and doubt? Is this relationship worth it? Are you fooling yourself? Does this person really like me? Do we have what it takes to survive this?
Take a break from those self-defeating thoughts for a moment and consider this: it’s perfectly natural to feel doubt and fear in the lulls of a long-distance relationship. In the frustrating times between those magical long weekends and planned visits, you just want to spend time with someone that you really like and who you want to really like you, too. You need reassurance that your strong feelings of love and admiration are reciprocated. So what do you do? How do you cope with a long-distance relationship?
But before you judge your friends in long distance relationships, stay tuned in to the show tonight as we discuss 10 ways that long distance relationships can help, rather than hurt, a couple: "Positive Controversy"
Join me Mondat night as I talk with Adrienne Thompson about Hope and Faith. Adrienne Thompson has seen it all,married at sixteen, a mother twice by seventeen, and thrice a
mother and divorced by twenty-four, Adrienne Thompson is
no stranger to adversity. Not your typical teenage mother, she
went on to complete her college degree and to earn her
nursing license. She attributes God's faithfulness as the
catalyst for her success in life. Now, having raised two children
as a single mother, with a third fast approaching adulthood,
she is sharing a long hidden talent and passion with the world.
Using the lessons that life has so expertly taught her as a
guideline (betrayal, abusive relationships, self-esteem issues,
witnessing the deteriorating effects of drug abuse), she has
created stories that will both entertain and inspire the
reader—stories from the soul… for the soul.
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I felt that sharing my journey was a good show to end off the season. God has done some amazing things in my life and I am looking forward to what more he will continue to help me reach. I am also looking forward to what he will do in your lives as well :)
This isn't about woe me and all of the bad things I have gone through. This is not a bashing fest of what others have done to me or what I have done to others. I just know that there are many individuals who are where I once was or who are also trying to heal, but are having a hard time trying to heal in the way they should. I hope my story will bring hope and reassurance to someone else.
The beauty of transformation is that you end up not even recogniziing yourself, but those little things will remind you that you're still the same beautiful person you always were. You just needed a renewed mind and heart from God so you could see your worth, walk in the spirit, and live an overall better life that glorifies him.