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Are you one those people who will spend the hoildays alone? Step right up and Take a lone-lines ticket for there are thousnads who will spend the holidays without spouses, families, lovers and friends. So what do you do ? How do you get through the holidays alone? The Dr. Love will talk about how to find happiness any day of your life. She will discuss giving the best gift to your self and that is the gift of love. She will give you wonderful ways to spend the holidays alone; No matter if you are a senior citizen, homeless, bedridden,or over seas fighting in the gulf war, love is in the air. She will share the unniversal truths that laughter is the best medicine for a lone-lines. We want to hear from you about unique ways people can spend the hoildays without the one they love. So what are you doing New Years Eve? The love lines are open Tue,Nov, 26 2013 9: pm. est. 714 242 5155 blogtalkradio.com
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Still single for the holidays? Join in this conversation with DoQuoi Green of Single For 1 Ministries. We'll be giving you tips for how to keep your spirits up this holiday season and how to start the new year off strong and full of hope for what God has in store.
It's time for another episode of Single Mom Sage Hour's Single Mom Spotlight. Join Ms. Jennifer Pink as she talks with Porsche' M. Norman.
Porsche' started dancing at the age of 4, under the direction of Paul and Arlene Kennedy, with a solid training in all genres including tap, ballet, jaz, hip-hop, modern, African and swing. Porsche' was a founding member of the professional dance company, the Kennedy Tap Company (KTC), created by the Kennedys.
Porsche' trained for three years at Hamilton HS, Jason Samuels Smith, a world-renowned tap master, in 04, attended Debbie Allen's Dance Academy (DADA), and was an intern for the LA Tap Festival under the direction of Jason Samuels Smith and Chloe Arnold. Porsche was an original member of Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies and was selected by Samuels Smith to be featured in Dance Spirit Magazine. She is currently a principal dancer for the Funderburk Dance Artists (FDA), under the direction of Michelle Funderburk.
Now she has focused her efforts on Tajallet Dance Company/Youth Ensemble with her partner Mychal Harris in the hopes of giving back to the art-form that has given her so much.
Join us in a discussion on why so many adults are choosing to 'Be Single by Choice'. I will interview both women and men to find out why they are making the decision. U.S. Census found that nearly half of all American adults—100 million—are now single, the highest rate in recent history, and 61 percent of them have never married. Call in and join the conversation at (713) 955-0515.
Join Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC as they share thoughts and strategies for healing over the holidays. It can be challenging to get better when you are feeling down, missing what was or struggling to maintain no contact. But, the holidays can be a time to reframe what has happened to you and understand your experience in a new way...and it can lead to new moments of peace and joy.
Well, it is that time of the year again. A time for family gatherings of loved ones and assembling with friends and associates to celebrate life and relationships. A time to reflect back on God's goodness; a time allocated to be thankful and grateful. A beautiful time of the year without a doubt. Yet this time every year, many are going into this season in bereavement, because their loved ones are no longer here to celebrate. Some are entering in this season dealing with a broken relationship of some sort, the absence of someone special, a broken engagement, or even a loss of job. What about the parents who can't afford to give their child a gift of some sort? These losses and diappointments leads to isolation and for many severe depression. Not to mention that suicide is at a high rate during this time of the year. However, we must know and understand that there is ENCOURAGEMENT and HOPE for the holidays. Whatever state a person may be in, you can make it through the difficult season. Regardless, there is a reason to be thankful and having joy is indeed possible.
Single Mom Sage Hour is a show for single mom's by a single mom. Once a month we spotlight a single mom for the amazing thing she's doing in her life. This month we spotlight LaTaye Davis an Army Veteran and CEO of Stilettos in the City PR Firm and Branding Agency.
LaTaye also has recently founded GLObal Girlz Brand which is an Online Business Incubator which assists women with the building blocks of business startup. Her non-profit endeavor is B.I.O. (Beautiful Inside Out) which encourages women to celebrate their individual beauty and grow in health, finances, and business.
She has served in some of the most prestigous military treatment facilities such as The White House Medical Unit, The Pentagon, and the historical Walter Reed Army Medical Center. She served as a Drill Sergeant, working 14-18 hour days yet still obtained her bachelors degree while balancing her career and single motherhood. Her experience in various industries such as retail and state/federal government enable her to be able to effectively navigate in diverse environments. From handling million dollar budgets, maintaining accountability for millions of dollars in equipment, or mentoring over 2000 soldiers on career and life choices, she has all the skills necessary to assists her clients in thriving not only in business but in life as well.
LaTaye has a Bachelors Degree with a specialization in Business, hosts her own Blog Talk Radio Show, and has her own blog "Stilettos in the City". She is the author of the upcoming books "From Combat Boots to Stilettos" and "Affirmations of the Heart: Get Free and Fire Your Pimp". She also is the Lead Designer and Owner of K.A.K.E. (Kakes, Accessories, Kandy, and Everything sweet) which is focused on launching it's Spring 2015 Bridal Accessories.
One of the puzzles of a newly released survey about Christmas in the United States was the striking finding that Americans' belief in the historical accuracy of the Christmas story -- the virgin birth, the angelic proclamation to the shepherds, the star of Bethlehem, and the wise men from the East -- has fallen by nearly 20 percentage points during the last decade. In a PSRA/Newsweek poll in December 2004, two-thirds (67 percent) of Americans affirmed their belief that the Christmas story is historically accurate, compared to 24 percent who said they believed it is a theological story written to affirm faith in Jesus Christ. In the December 2013 PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey, the percentage of Americans affirming the historical accuracy of the Christmas story fell to less than half (49 percent), with 4-in-10 (40 percent) saying they believe it is a theological story written to affirm Christian faith.
Upon further examination, the declining belief in the historical accuracy of the Christmas story tracks other related trends, such as a similar double-digit drop in belief that the Bible is the word of God. In 2004, a Pew Research Center survey found that only 13 percent of Americans believed the Bible is not the word of God but is a book written by men, compared to 82 percent who affirmed that the Bible is the word of God. In 2013, a PRRI/Brookings Survey found that 3-in-10 (30 percent) Americans now believe that the Bible is not the word of God but a book written by men, compared to 63 percent who affirm that the Bible is the word of God.
We also want to talk about your opinions of the holidays, If you are interested in giving us your opinion about what you think about the holidays, the tune in on Wensday December 3RD 2014 at 6:00PM. Will see you there...
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