• 00:31

    Hardships in Romantic Relationships

    in Romance

    A panel of five college students discuss the hardships that couples tend to encounter during romantic relationships through an interpersonal approach.

  • 00:30

    Career Made Simple - Relationships!

    in Self Help

    This is a Career Advice show that is designed to meet your individual needs!  We will use the "Career Compass" as the guide and help you find your path in your career and life!  The career topics are open to include writing the resume, interviewing, communicating, relationships at work, finding your true career, and much more!  We are all unique and can learn from each other!  Please join us and we can discover that career you have been searching for!  Don't overcomplicate or stress your life, find simple solutions to your career success and happiness!  FOCUS - RELATIONSHIPS!  How do you handle that 'crazy' boss or co-worker?

  • 01:00

    Understanding Relationships from a Young Adult Prospective

    in Social Networking

    The delayed entry into marriage that characterizes modern society raises questions about young adults' romantic relationship trajectories and whether patterns found to characterize adolescent romantic relationships persist into young adulthood. The current study traced developmental transitions into and out of romantic relationships from age 18 through age 25 in a sample of 511 young adults. The developmental antecedents of these different romantic relationship experiences in both distal and proximal family and peer domains were also examined. Analyses included both person-oriented and variable-oriented approaches. Findings show 5 distinct clusters varying in timing, duration, and frequency of participation in romantic relationships that range from those who had only recently entered into a romantic relationship to those who had been in the same relationship from age 18 to age 25. These relationship outcome trajectory clusters were predicted by variations in competence in early relationships with family and peers. Interpersonal experiences in family and peer contexts in early childhood through adolescence thus may form a scaffold on which later competence in romantic relationships develops. Findings shed light on both normative and nonnormative developmental transitions of romantic relationships in young adulthood.


     

  • 01:58

    prescription drugs/Toxic relationships

    in Relationships

    Relationships between drug companies and patients. The affects of medications are they friend or foe. What is a toxic relationship?


     

  • 00:59

    Keeping the Love Alive: Parkinson’s and Relationships

    in Health

    Dr. Paul Short, The Parkinson's Coach, is a neuropsychologist specializing in work with individuals and families touched by movement disorders. Dr. Short (aka “Dr. Paul”) is a popular guest speaker at PD conferences, and his compassionate, yet straightforward style helps individuals and couples sort through the issues that can undermine relationships.


    Dr. Short writes the “Uniquely Young Onset,” blog for the American Parkinson's Disease Association and contributes regularly on his website www.theparkinsonscoach.com . You can also follow Dr. Short on Twitter #Pdpsych and on Facebook at Dr Paul, The Parkinson’s Coach.


    If you have a question or concern you have been hesitant to bring up with your physician or spouse, now is the time to ask.


    Dr. Paul is IN, and he’s Listening


    SEX? DRUGS? and ROCK and ROLL..NOTHING is off limits


    As always, YOU can join the discussion by calling in on the toll free number, sending an email or tweet.


    Listen, learn, and join the discussion. Call toll free: (888) 787-5265 or SKYPE                             


    Email your confidential question/s to:  info@voiceaerobicsdvd.com or send a tweet: @voiceaerobics#relationships#parkinson’s

  • 00:31

    Technology and Relationships

    in Health

    No matter how many friends you have on Facebook, you’ll never have a healthy social life if you don’t spend quality time with others. Some experts even believe that the robustness of your relationships may be the decisive factor in your ability to overcome chronic disease. This tele-lunch & learn will explore why it’s so important to nurture your relationships and how to expand your engagement with others to increase your social and total health.

  • 00:49

    Creating Powerful Relationships with Doris Helge

    in Self Help

    Join us and our guest this week, Dr. Doris Helge, as she helps you discover how to turn any relationship--personal or professional--into a powerful partnership!


    You may have seen "The Joy Coach" interviewed on The Today Show, CNN, and NPR. Doris Helge, Ph.D., author of best-selling books like Joy on the Job and Transforming Pain Into Power has helped thousands of people just like you claim more happiness and success. Dr. Doris is a certified coach and founder of the IAC-licensed coach training school, Confident Coach Connection. Doris previously served on faculty at three universities and directed national organizations. She has taught classes for four international coach training schools.


    In this episode, Doris will help us understand the struggle many people have to get "comfortable in their own skin" and enjoy authentic, happy relationships.  She notes we all have similar relationship goals for:



    Powerful, productive professional partnerships
    Passionate romance fueled by a nurturing, loving, supportive relationship
    Peaceful parenting in which each person is heard, respected, loved and validated


    You can find out more about Doris and her Turn Relationship Pain Into Your Perfect Partnership Program at http://tinyurl.com/relationshiptroubles


    Note:  This is a re-broadcast of a previous show.

  • 00:31

    The Psychology of Love and Relationships

    in Self Help

    The day before Valentines Day and like it or not, people are talking about Love.  The stores are filled with reminders to buy something for the special person(s) in your life.  Wouldn't life be simple if starting, building and maintaining a love relationship was all about a box of chocolates? Ever been in a relationship (or are you now) where the things that attracted you most about the person become the nemisis of your existence?  Relationships can be hard work but hard work can really pay off.  Join Lynn, JR and their guest, Beth Gallihue, as Beth fills us in about the Psychology of Love and Relationships.

  • 00:31

    Lara Waldman: Part 2 of the Inner Game for Great Relationships

    in Women

    London-based meditation teacher Lara Waldman shares more wisdom of getting right with oneself first and foremost as a hallmark for great relationships. Learn more about her practical tips on staying positive inside out.

  • 02:02

    RELATIONSHIPS - What They Wished You Knew

    in Relationships


    On Playing Devil's Advocate™ our host Ms. KiKi is known for being “hard” on the ladies. She’s made it no secret that the behavior women exhibit continues to get in their way.  Soooo...this week PDA took a poll about relationships and will examine the results by sharing the things that He & She both wishes the other knew!


     


    As always this conversation cannot happen without you, so join us and express your opinion on dating, relationships, love & sex!


     


    And if that's not enough we have our Producer Cousin Chan's "Drink of the Week" and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, our interactive chat room or LIVE on Youtube Wed night!


     


    ALL COMMENTS WELCOME!


     


    Playing Devil's Advocate on BlogTalkRadio.com


    Uncensored, Unscripted, UNAPOLOGETIC!!!

  • 00:30

    Building and Nurturing Relationships

    in Self Help

    Have a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage, (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they focus on building and nurturing relationships with special guest Debbie Carreon who is a native of California with the soul of a world traveller. Debbie's career has taken her to the role of Director of Operations for a nationwide Employee Assistance Program/Health and Wellness Program for over 16 years. Previous to that, Debbie did government contracting for 8 years in contract negotiation and dispute resolution.


    This week's topic of Building and Nurturing Relationships focuses on Elements that Support Healthy Relationships, including Connection, Sharing Expectations, Communicate, Being Assertive, Trust, Compelling Reason, Emotional Intelligence, Understanding Learning Styles, Being Hopeful, Listening Skills, Dealing with Conflict, Valuing and Appreciating, Practice, Giving and Receiving Effective Feedback, with Continual Focus and ACTION. We will explore these tools to help you with your relationships ~ honoring Valentine's Day on Feb 14th!!


    For today's topic handout for the Radio Show, visit Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.


    Find out what music our guest uses to stay positively engaged in the game of life. Learn how to build your emotional resilience with music medicine, applying music medicine in your life to manage more easily the ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.


    Contact special guest Debbie Carreon at debbiecarreon@gmail.com.

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