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One of the most challenging aspects of being a single mom and coparenting is navigating through the holidays. It isn't easy, but it doesn't have to be excruciating either. Today, I'll discuss ways to make the holidays easier on the kids and some ideas on what you can do if you find yourself spending the holiday solo.
Are you Lonely during the Holidays? #HoneyHush will give You Ways to enjoy being Single during the Holidays!
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His & Hers plans walking you through the holidays and how to handle it when you are in a relationship and even when you are not. So join the His & Hers crew as we dive in head first.
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I was born in Long Island.I grew up in 718 Queens and Brooklyn. I served in the military during Desert Storm. Ive love and visited Europe . I am a very sincere,real and loyal friend. I love my family and friends fiercely and can not begin to express how blessed I am for having them in my life.My intentions are authentic and I am always looking to grow and learn new things.I have a close relationship with my higher power and make the effort to see others potential and divinity.I give wholeheartedly and like to keep a positive attitude towards others and life.I recently had my first child and am raising him alone and look forward to my duty as a mother. I would one day like to get married and have another child, I never knew how much joy I would find in being a mother, I waited a long time to have a child, and under circumstances I am glad I have him. He is everything to me. He makes me look good being a mother. Its one of the best things I could ever ask for.God out did himself when he made my son Gabriel.I am so very grateful
Sometimes holidays are very hard for people. Old disappointments surface, we may find ourselves alone, or that things have changed for us in some way.
But there are things we can do to assure our holidays are loving and all we hope they'll be. Join us for a discussion about this in this live, one hour radio where your call-ins are welcome. Share your holidays with us and ask us any questions you want.
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"Time is running out" and "My biological clock is ticking," are two phrases used by millions of women who are frustrated by their single status. Too many women struggle with being single--especially after forty. Because our society is geared toward families it’s easy to believe that being married with children is the best decision for every one. It’s not. More and more women, and men for that matter, are going against the grain and choosing to remain single and childless. Join us for today's call where Tammy Johnston, a happy and single 40-something, will bust the myths of the "single-life blues" and share how she has created a joyous, happy, single life.
Today we are exploring the dynamics of being a single mother. Her panelist are a diverse and bring different issues to the discussion as professionals in the work force. Tonight we will discuss day to day life issues and their strong love for their children that empowers them to never give up on their children no matter what happens in ilfe. Shirley Ann will also share her journey when she was a single mother The listeners are challenged to discover and explore possible solutions for their realities from a positive perspective. We are here to help modify the gaps in our bridge in some cases.
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Elder Care & The Holidays!
Becky will share the story of her late husband who had Huntington’s Disease (a degenerative brain disease) and how she cared for him for 11 years until his death at the young age of 49.
This journey as a caregiver led her to start 2 eldercare businesses (one a non-profit and the other for profit) along with writing The Eldercare Consultant. With over ten years of experience and working with over 1,000 families, Becky has seen so many mistakes and successes.
The holidays are the perfect time to something new. How about a new hairdo? Don't know what works for you? Tune in today to hear from an expert, Sheri Tarvin, hair care specialist with over 30 years experience. Sheri will discuss tips for the best regimens to have healthy hair. She will also share expert advice about weaves, extensions, braids, kinky hair, straight hair, products for mixed chicks and more. Be sure to tune in today at 12:30pm (edt), 9:30am (pdt).
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