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in Self Help
THIS EPISODE IS WHERE WE INTRODUCE YOU TO A NEW SHOW CALLED THE RED JOURNAL RADIO SHOW. THIS SHOW WILL TARGET THOSE WHO LIKE TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX. WE WILL ADDRESS HAVING AND MAINTAINING A ENJOYABLE LIFE AND DISCUSS VARIOUS WAYS TO MAKE EXTRA MONEY.
in Self Help
THIS EPISODE IS THE SECOND PART TWO OF THE INTRODUCTON TO THE RED JOURNAL RADIO SHOW. WE WILL CONTINUE WITH OUR DISCUSSION ON STRESS MANAGEMENT HOW TO REDUCE, PREVENT, AND COPE WITH STRESS AND HOW TO MAKE SOME EXTRA MONEY FROM 'THE BOOKHOW TO MAKE IT BIG IN THE SEMINAR BUSINESS' BY PAUL KARASIK. THIS SHOW WILL TARGET THOSE WHO LIKE TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX.
How much time should it take to get over or at least past a breakup and how long should you wait after a breakup to start dating again?
How much time should it take to grieve the loss of a loved one?
How long should you date before you get engaged to someone?
How long should a mother breastfeed her children?
How long should you:
Use condoms before using other forms of birth control?
Let your kids live at home?
Wait before you let someone meet your parents?
Date before you let someone meet your kids?
Succumb to depression before seeking professional help?
Support someone financially before you cut them off?
Allow your kids to be in diapers before potty training?
Work at a job that has little or no chance for advancement?
You get what this show is about? This is a call in show to ask about the timeline of anything you wanna know and we're gonna try to answer everything to the best of our ability.
It never hurts to ask right? Let's see what we get out of this.
Yeah babymom and babydad sound like the same thing as the mom or dad of your child or children because both situations involve children that were born out of wedlock but are they the same thing?
It's hard to argue that babymom and babydad are negative titles. When people use the terms it's often to describe someone that they don't have a lot of respect or admiration for. Some people cringe at the sound of the terms because they're not even real words. They're words that we use to identify others but hardly ever like them to be used to describe us. These words have saturated pop culture like a mug! We never thought we would hear these kinds of terms on t.v. but we sure do.
Think about the characteristics that usually fit the bill of a babymom or a babydad. Save them for the show.
When you refer to the other parent as your children's mother or father it has a more positive tone to it. It shows that you acknowledge someone as a parent and as a person. This could be the result of a more positive experience with the other parent or it could simply be that you see that using negative terms to refer to a person that you had a child with can't do much good for you or you children.
This is a very important show that will effect a whole lot of people so bring all of your co-parenting feelings and stories and let's see why you refer to the other half of your child as your babymom/dad or the mother/father of your children.
Either way we'll learn and teach a lot just like we always do.
in The Bible
A very special "Jewish perspective" update of our days events from our guest Olivier Melnick. You can find out all about his work at http://www.oliviermelnick.com . We will be getting some great information on his newest work and information concerning God's chosen people. Join Us!
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast presents our regular PANW reports with dispatches on developments in South Africa, Libya, Yemen and Detroit. The second hour continues the examination of the 150th anniversary of the conclusion of the Civil War through the presidency and assassination of Abraham Lincoln who was killed just five days after the surrender of the confederacy. We also look at a mid-twentieth century presidency of John F. Kennedy and his response to the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in early 1961. An audio file of a press conference held by Kennedy to explain the efforts to topple the revolutionary government of Fidel Castro is presented along with a secret telephone conversation with his brother Robert Kennedy, then attorney general, attempting to manage the fallout after the failed counter-revolution in Cuba.