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We all know people that shouldnt be parents, This week we give you a bunch of examples of people that shouldnt have had children or should have given them up for adoption. We also have the top 3 worlds most unfit parents! If your guilty of any of these examples, call DYFS on yourself!
Among many other duties, Chief Ron Kanterman does fire & life safety consultation, fire service training and fire protection through Gold Horn Associates.
Tom Aurnhammer is the Deputy Chief of the Los Pinos Fire Protection District in Ignacio, CO. Join them as they come together as the Back Step Boys and listen in as they share their wealth of fire service knowledge and experience.
For the first 18 or so years of your life, your parent’s job was to teach, provide and guide, often giving unsolicited advice or overriding your choices. Then comes the day when you’re grown and on your own, and your parents can’t seem to loosen their grip – allowing you to be an independent adult.
There are many adults who feel that their parents don’t know their place, and over-step their boundaries – going as far as picking the right man or woman as your mate; telling you how to raise your children; and even being too involved in your relationship or marriage.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to delve into those “controlling parents who won’t butt-out” of their adult children’s life.
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June 2014, governor Rick Perry (and potential GOP 2016 presidential candidate), linked homosexuality with alcoholism. In August 2014, Perry was indicted by a grand jury for abuse of power.
We welcome back Rob Watson, to share insights on a letter he wrote to Perry titled: A Gay Dad Offers Gov. Rick Perry a 12-Step Recovery Program for His Homophobia Problem. As you may guess, this letter went viral.
In the final few minutes of the show, you'll hear Rob read his letter to Perry. Share this letter with anyone who you believe suffers from homophobia.
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parents we will add a little to our conversation. We will also discuss the 1st Annual Recruit757 Basketball Showcase. In addition, "NCAA BOARDS GIVES 5 BIGGEST CONFERENCES MORE POWER" (article dtd 8/7/14)??? What does this mean to you as a parent if anything? Will this have an impact on your child's decision? Will these conferences now dominate the college culture?
Next article - "JUDGE RULES AGAINST NCAA IN O'BANNON CASE". Where are we on this again as parents of these athletes? This did take place under our watch, before many of them reached the age of 21 years old. So we would have been major stakeholders in their transition. Not to say we are entitled any form of funding just reasonable input
Step Up's Cassandra Gaddo, Student Alumna and Honoree Kenia and Chef Christine Cikowski of Honey Butter Fried Chicken will join host, Mary E., as they celebrate an incredible upcoming celebration, "Shine & Dine" August 7th. Step Up is located in LA, Chicago and New York. Step Up propels girls from under-resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career-focused and ready to join the next generation of professional women.
National mentorship organization Step Up will honor television personality Catherine De Orio and Step Up alumna Kenia Rodriguez at its fourth annual Shine & Dine on August 7, held at the Bridgeport Art Center’s Skyline Loft. The red carpet evening will feature seasonal fare from top Chicago restaurants and welcome 800 local professionals, all to benefit Step Up’s mentorship programs that propel girls from Chicago’s under-resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career-focused, and ready to join the next generation of professional women.
Special thanks to the Shine and Dine Sponsors
For those of us who may be a little disconnected. Our guest has been around the sporting industry for a number of years and definitely has something to share with us all. She has not only been active in the game, but another great pillar of an example for many of us to emulate. She will share some insight with us tonight that will challenge you to step up and at the same time allow you to admire her perseverance. Our guest is the mother of a High School All-American, College All-American while at Stanford, NFL first round draft pick in 1992, All-Pro, and Pro-Bowler. On top of all of that her son played for 15 seasons. Still there is more to learn from her story, join us ………………………
Sometimes parents can take things a bit too far. They do what they can to protect their little ones, but wind up making things much, much worse. Kids have it hard in 2014 and although it takes a delicate approach to raising them, balance is the key. You have to use the right amount of subtleness and the right amount of craziness to make sure your kid gets through life.
What are some of the signs that you're an overprotective parent?
Can the "crazy dad" help/hurt his daughter's social life?
What's the best way to develop a child's independence?
Also on the show, what's the difference between territorial and insecure when it comes to a relationship?
These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
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Show No. 380
Scheduled for 75-90 mins.
Tonight we will speak on parents that was abusive to their children. Many people grew up with mental,verbal and physical abuse. Due to their childhood some of them suffer in their relationships,personal life or overall mental health. Mental and verbal abuse is something we don't speak on very much. Physical abuse is seen by everyone but no one sees the mental scars upon children. Some have acted out in violence,unhealthy sexual relationships,and the need to be accepted or fit in with others. One thing we want to bring is a platform for others to vent or get advice about their situation. I will also share things from my childhood as well.
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