Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 02:01

    How To Turn Your Teenager Into A Business Owner

    in Women

    Young people love to spend money on their favorite music, gadgets and clothes. Parents get frustrated when they are constantly being begged to shell out cash. There is a way to inspire your teenagers to become business owners, and generate money for themselves

  • 00:01

    Being a Teenager

    in Blogs

    all about the life and how i feel each and everyday.. but i stil need to learn all about the speakers its my first time so bear with me..

  • 02:03

    Teen Advocate For 'HIV" - KAYLA QUIMBLEY (A Teenager Living With "HIV")

    in Current Events

    Blogtalkradio.com/thelarryloveshow


    Callin# 1-646-716-5495


    9:30pm to 11:30pm EST.


    If you would like to speak to the guest or host, please press#1 on your phone and the host will be with you shortly.


     


    Your Opinion Matters


                ON


    The Larry Love Show

  • 01:09

    Teenager Runaways

    in Youth

    No teenager ever aspires to become homeless or without parents and other love ones, running from the very people who were supposed to care and protect them. However, 1.6 to 2.8 million teens runaway from home each year, according to the National Runaway Switchboard. Many of these teenagers are abused sexually, physically and emotionally. They run for safety but instead end up fleeing right into an abyss of dangerous predators seeking vulnerable youth who only yearn for the comfort of a caring body.

     To be a guest or for more information about the show contact our producers at (773) 340-1572

  • 01:00

    Are Your Raising a Teenager? Help Your Teen Thrive with Life Skills Training!

    in Parents

    Are you raising a teenager, or a soon to be teenager? Is he/she prepared for the real world?


    How much would you love your teenager to become an adult and thrive? Totally, right? 


    Discover a simple way to train your teenager for success with the help of today's guest - Lisa Timms. Through her own personal parenting journey, Lisa discovered the importance of teaching children, especially teenagers life skills. 


    Find more of Lisa - Click Here 


    Join the one and only Global Academy of Experts and Specialists on LinkedIn. 

  • 00:31

    I can't believe I'm raising a Teenager

    in Women

    I try and enjoy life and find humor in stress. Yes I'm the one that is looking for humor at a funeral to keep from crying. I have found myself blessed with raising my teenage son after a long 8 year battle-let me say I didn't know what I was asking for. However I'm enjoying the irony of many situations- I thought to myself I bet their are moms who battle this daily so let's share and thus my new journey has begun and I hope you enjoy this ride. Ps I've already went through 2 bottles of hair dye!

  • 00:27

    Looking Back on the Murder of Trans Teenager Islan Nettles and the Future

    in LGBT

    Everything Transgender in New York City is going to air their first LIVE talk radio episode this Monday March 12, 2015.  The show is named Everything Transgender Related and will be streamed live from Central Harlem in New York City.  The main topic for the 1st episode will be about the transgender teenager, Islan Nettles that was murdered in Harlem almost two years ago.  We will have special guest Sean Coleman? who is the founder of Destination Tomorrow.  Sean Coleman will speak with us about Islan Nettles and how the community is moving forward.  We will also talk with him about his organization in the Bronx.


    Future episodes will feature such people as trans activist Brynn Tannehill?, trans political activist Melissa Sklarz?, Founder of Trans Latina's Cristina Herrera? and many more to come.  Be sure to listen every Monday at 3PM, as we broadcast live.


    Can not listen to the live episodes?  Don't worry they will be archived and available for download.

  • 00:01

    Cell Phone Road Rage

    in Entertainment

    Are you annoyed with Drivers that focus more on their CELL PHONES  than ON THE ROAD? Do you think that Drivers should recieve STIFFER Penalties when cell phone usage results in injury/ fatality? Unfortunately ONE text message/phone call can be the difference between Life & Death. Many people, including Law Enforcement, continue to violate the Cell Phone laws on a daily basis. Below are several statistics about  "Driver Distractions" and the effect that it has on others. After reading the entirety of the facts listed below, YOU be the Judge.



    The United States Department of Transportation notes that cell phones are involved in 1.6 million auto crashes each year that cause a half million injuries and take 6,000 lives.
    According to FocusDriven®, up to 80% of all crashes involve some form of driver distraction.
    During any point of the day, 11% of drivers are talking on their cell phones, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
    A study from the University of Utah indicated that the reaction time of a teen driver using a cell phone is the same as that of a 70-year-old driver who is not using a cell phone.
    According to the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, texting while driving is six times more likely to cause an auto crash than driving when intoxicated.
    The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute installed cameras on dashboards inside truck cabs. From the video footage, on average it took five seconds with their eyes off the road when driver's experienced distractions. The distance covered in five seconds of driving at 55 mph is equivalent to the length of a football field.



    Join us and share YOUR experiences with "Distracted Drivers" on Galaxy Radio.

  • 00:23

    Beating Diabetes One Race at a Time

    in Lifestyle

    A conversation with a true champion. Joselyn started swimming when she was two. She progressed very rapidly and, when seven, started to become one of the strongest female swimmers in the league.  Her performance at the league championships opened some eyes and gave us a glimpse of what her swimming future could be.  The following year she was so dominant in her age group (8 and under) that we considered having her swim against the 9-10 year olds just to give her better competition.  She was the top seed by considerable margins in all 3 of her individual events for championships that year and took first place in each.  She also was key in the two relays she was in, as they finished first in both, as well. 


    Following her swimming successes she began to lose considerable weight and was rushed  to Children's Hospital. There afterr days of pain she was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Her mother had always told her “God has a plan for all of us,” so Joselyn accepted the disease as a way for her to show God to others.  She wrote her book later that year chronicling her personal reactions and concerns for her health, her swimming, and her faith.  She understands that the obstacles we find in our way are opportunities to grow and learn, not reasons to quit and she wants others to know that as well. 


    Joselyn found a publisher and donates copies to newly diagnosed patients at Children’s Hospital. The books are available for sale on Amazon.com.  The cost is $9.95 and the profits all go to the JDRF.  To find it easily, search “Splash Joselyn Busato” on Amazon.com.


     


     

  • 01:11

    Did you hear Da Word on stereotypes???!?!?!

    in Radio

    A radio show that will keep your feet!! A show that always keep you updated on the average life of a teenager!! With your two hosts! Asquared and Bossman! Join us every Sunday from 6-7pm CST as we cover any and everything that concerns us teens!! Also follow us on Twitter @DAWORD & @LIFEOFBOSSMAN and also our Facebook page @DAWORDHOUSTON. #DAWORD #BOSSMAN #ASQUARED #YOUTH2YOUTH #TEENS #G1GB 

  • 01:02

    DO CHILDREN DESERVE A SECOND CHANGE?

    in Women

    What would you do if your teenager committed a terrible crime? Would you support rehabilitation for your child? Would you still love your child? Would you fight for your child's freedom after years of imprisonment? We will discuss the case of Wendy Selke.