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Real Talk all the time presents RELATIONSHIP TUESDAY, Dating, finding that special someone and REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS! Tonight we will discuss the “Modern” dating game. In our society many people of all ages are finding themselves single and ready to mingle. In a world full of social media, cell phone texting, and all the or technological gadgetry going on Is it wrong to still demand old school respect and values when one is dating on a date and looking for that special someone? Join us tonight as we ask some questions. Should a person text while on a date, or check their FB status? Should we demand a person be present while on a date? Or are some of us just stuck in our old school mentality? All that and other dating questions TONIGHT here on Real Talk All the Time 100% real unpolished and unrehearsed REAL TALK for real people. The call in is 347-637-3010 to talk to the hosts and voice your questions. www.realtalkallthetime.com
How can you use online dating as a tool to find someone special? Is online dating a better tool to specify what your looking for in your next relationship?What other tools should we use to find that special someone. What safety precaustions we should employ when dating online?Do you have enough faith in online dating? How long does the average person stay on an online dating site? How many people use mutilple online dating sites? How many people use online dating for sex only?
Tonight we are talking about losing someone to depression. This show is in Honor of a friend of mine named Linda Rosen. She recently commited suicide due to lifes problems one of them being severe depression.
This one hour special is to open the doors and talk about this hurtful diease. How to help your loved ones and how to deal with the loss.
We as people, can someone judge someone off their past mistakes, and let that be how their character is define? Is that fair or not?
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Often times we find it hard to let go of someone we cannot have.
But what we have to understand is that just because we may be in love
with somebody that does not mean that they are in love with us.
You cannot make anyone want you just because you want them.
You cannot make somebody be interested in you just because you are interested
You cannot make somebody have feelings for you just because you have feelings for them.
If it is not meant to be it's not meant to be and that is something that people fail to realize.
Everything you want in a relationship is not what the other person may want in a relationship
What you are looking for may not be what they are looking for.
Letting Go of Someone you cannot have is the tile of this Insight for Life
and there is an added subtitle
The Truth about Life. Love, and Relationships
In this I will also be sharing with you my experience and the realization of what I have come to as well as the information on my book that I have authored
just recently under this same title.
So for Insights for Life in this Lesson
Insights For Life Lesson Title:
Letting Go of Someone you cannot have
Insights for Life Lesson Subtitle:
The Truth about Life, Love and Relationships
SHOW NOTES: This is an episode that I feel compelled to do! Our MYTH WARRIORS™ series is about targeting ideas to begin the assessment of whether they are credible or not. This episode topic is, “We All Need Someone To Believe In Us.”
No. We don’t need it. This is a myth.
Definition of need:
“: a situation in which someone or something must do or have something
: something that a person must have : something that is needed in order to live or succeed or be happy
: a strong feeling that you must have or do something”
Need. (n.d.). Retrieved August 4, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/need
We may want someone to believe in us. A want is not a need. The challenge is that if we convince ourselves of the lie (myth) that we need someone to believe in us and we don’t have anyone who does; we argue that we have to give up on life. No one believes in us. We don’t believe in ourselves. We engage in self-destructive behavior. We sabotage ourselves. We befriend bitterness, regret and anger. We waste each day mired in self-pity.
Of course, it is wonderful if someone believes in you! If many people believe in you, congratulations! You are very fortunate! Yet, that is not a guarantee of any specific outcome (e.g., success, wealth, etc.). It is also not an entitlement. Just because your grandfather, sister, best friend and 7th grade teacher believe in you and have told you that you are special and super-awesome, does not mean that the rest of the world shares that same sentiment. We are all judged as adults as individuals.
Potential is just that. It is not purpose and it is not rewarded. We all have potential. The issue with this show topic is that [...]
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Title: "Love Someone with Autism"
Guests: David Militello and Daniel Militello (Brothers) and Patty Johnson Militello (Mother)
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Date:Monday, September 29, 2014
David and Daniel are what you would refer to as autism success stories. This is as the two siblings were diagnosed with autism at an early age but have managed to deal with the condition successfully through music therapy.
They are testaments to the power of music on those in the autism spectrum. Music has been a blessing and a miracle for the family and they want to share that miracle by facilitating music therapy sessions, music lessons, and musical instruments for other autistic children. As a result, Patty Johnson Militello created a wonderful program entitled Music and Miracles for autistic children. Hear their amazing story tonight.
Patty Johnson Militello
Founder, Miracles & Music, Inc.
Phone: (678) 558-7103
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Danielle Kovach, The Clarissa Hug Teacher of the Year is our guest .
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Do You Pretend to Be Someone You Aren't?
Do you pretend to be someone other than who you are? Is that a bad thing? It depends. The power of the mind is awesome. As children, many of us pretended to be cowboys, cowgirls, doctors, nurses, fashion models, white rabbits and many other things. This would transition us to another world. As teenagers, many of us forgot to use the power of our imagination and fell into feelings of inferiority or not being enough. As adults, we know the mind is powerful and know that what we believe is what usually comes about. So could it be a good thing to pretend? As long as you are anchored in reality, knowing the truth about you and your situation. Then you can use the power of your imagination for good…for your success.
Napoleon Hill once said, “The imagination is the workshop of the soul.” This is where we can create who we want to be and what we want in our lives.
Pretending can be very powerful. If you want to travel the world, why not start cutting out pictures of all the places you want to go and put them in a scrapbook. Then write out what you will need to take with you to each of these places, who you will go with, what you will do while you are there.
You can use the art of visualization to become whomever you would like to become as well. Picture who you want to be...exactly as you want to be. This doesn’t mean you have to quit working . In fact, you may have to work harder, You must see in your mind who you want to be and what that person would be like and then take consistent action to make it come about.
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough and licensed hypnotherapist, to find out how you can use the power of your mind to be the person you want to be.
SHOW NOTES: In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, “I want to be someone else.”
The title of this episode makes me sad. One of the fascinating and wonderful aspects of being alive is that we have characteristics that are uniquely ours. Most of us have unique DNA and even identical twins are rarely completely the same (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/identical-twins-genes-are-not-identical/). All of us are unique in terms of the way we express ourselves (via our behavior). “Researchers have identified that every individual creates a unique pattern of physical behaviour including the speed at which they type, the way they move a mouse of the way they hold a phone. About 500 different behaviours are unique to every individual and, taken together, form what they call "eDNA", or electronically Defined Natural Attributes.” (http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jul/18/how-your-electronic-dna-could-be-the-secure-login-of-the-future)
Thus, since we are “one of a kind” why would we want to be anyone else?
At the core of someone expressing that they want to be someone else is dissatisfaction with themselves combined with unrealistic fantasies of other people’s lives. In terms of dissatisfaction with ourselves, a few points.
1) “Perfection” does not exist.
Entropy is one of the reasons why as, “Entropy describes how nature -- including business operations -- is the movement from order to chaos.” (from http://yourbusiness.azcentral.com/entropy-business-26522.html)
You will experience moments of subjective perceptions of perfection (a “perfect date”, “perfect meal”, “perfect score”, etc
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