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in Self Help
"Attractive People VS. Unattractive People…how different are their love lives?" (June 4th 2013 @ 9pm EST, 8pm CST, or 6pm PST)...(Call in to listen live, ask a question or to interject @ (760)259-2345...or listen in live from our website at www.healingheartsradio.com (and then click on “LISTEN LIVE NOW” under the show topic).
Jared sits with Brendan Eyre (@BrendanCEyre) to talk about girls with lots of guy friends, explaining to your buddy that you hooked up with his ex, and prom draft strategies.
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in Real Estate
Kevin Guz of HomeVestors-Dallas discusses the issues involving renovation costs for an investment property. Specifically, he addresses the difference between quick and affordable repairs versus expensive (and necessary) overhauls, which may make it financially unattractive to buy a specific home.
The Paw Project educates the public about why declawing is inhumane. Many people, including animal lovers, do not realize that declawing is a surgical procedure in which the animal's toes are amputated at the last joint. A portion of the bone, not just the nail, is removed.
Declawing may result in permanent lameness, arthritis, and other long-term complications. The practice, although common in the United States, is actually illegal in many countries. Great Britain's Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons goes so far as to declare declawing "unnecessary mutilation."
Dr. Jennifer Conrad, Founder and Director, Paw Project has cared for wildlife on six continents for over two decades. She is an impassioned advocate for animal welfare, who has seen first-hand the suffering and exploitation of animals, destruction of habitat, and gratuitous hunting—all of which threaten the welfare and very survival of many species. Dr. Conrad has participated in many programs to protect and improve the lives of wild animals. She has traveled to Namibia to de-horn rhinos, making them unattractive targets for slaughter by poachers who prize the horns for ornamental uses.
Dr. Conrad is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine and is a member of the American Veterinary Medicine Association (AVMA), the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians (AAZV), and the European Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians (EAZWV).
To find out more about the Paw Project and how you can help: www.pawproject.org
Host Jim Ventura (professional Navigational consultant - Astrology, Numerology, Runes, Tarot, Animal cards etc...) is the author of two metaphysical books, YouTube videos and does local and Skype seminars and classes on many different metaphysical subjects. Snake Oil is Jim's monthly blog column. Snake Oil radio is a forum for discussion of a wide range of metaphysical subjects with a primary focus on how everyone can learn to fine tune their unique intuitive abilities and skills. Callers may call in toward the end of Jim’s show with questions or comments and some shows include 5 minute free mini navigational consultations (today's show may not get to live calls).
Todays show: More and More Stuff: "I have never been interested in the “he who dies with the most toys wins” philosophy. I attribute this to being an “old soul.” Having lived many lifetimes, I think one begins to acquire wisdom and an ability to see how little value there is in obsessive acquisition. The more we strive to acquire things and get caught in the grips of greed, the more we will inevitably suffer. When taken to an extreme, competitiveness and voracity can be very unattractive. An obsessive need to have the best cars, largest house, designer shoes, and even the most elaborate parties (see if you can make it through an episode of the television show My Sweet Sixteen to know what I mean) carries a heavy price tag. When we get caught up with “keeping up with the Jones” we will probably eventually lose. Someone will always have more money and better “stuff...” Join me for a live coulimn read and discussion about how we can learn to live in abundance without the need for greed.
in Pop Culture
Welcome back to Here's The Thing! We have more of the relationship talk that you like! On tonight's episode, we want to know what jobs you don't want your sig other to have. Would you be okay if your sig other was a stripper? Tell us how you feel about that! Also, what's the weirdest/awkwardest date that you have been on? Who paid on that date or any of the dates that you've been on. And people dating or married to unattractive people... (side eye) what?!
We have the Hollywood Hot Spot and the newest fashion trends for you! Guess who is out of jail now and guess where you can get clothing in sizes skinny and fat...? Well, that's not good for business...
Call in to chat with us at 646.652.2264! Can't wait to hear from you!
If ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’!!! Why is it, when you see a 10 dating a 2 the first thing that comes to most people’s mind is…’What is that beauty doing with that ugly beast’??? What makes an attractive person date someone not so attractive? Is it their personality? Status? Bank Account? Sex Game? Or could it be the beauty is dating the beast for an ulterior motive. Tune in 8pm Sunday EST as the Emotion Picture Radio Crew talk shop on the truth ab
Fashion Model, mother and daughter.
I have been interested in modeling ever since I realized how beautiful my curves were. I was a person who thought women my size were unattractive to the world. I was told that women like me were last choices for jobs, friends and love. I grew up believing that I was not as beautiful as the next person who was half my size.
Today, I believe women of all sizes are beautiful, but women with curves are especially made. With my new found love and confidence in myself, I have spent the last two years involving myself in numerous Plus Size Modeling events, shows, competitions and networking groups.
I am the current plus size winner of The Diamond Dynasty Female Model Competition 2013. I have done photo shoots with professional photographers such as Andre Mcneil, Jonathan Bailey, Stephen Geyer and Mark Wyche. I am also currently preparing to compete in the 30th Annual Linden New Day&Assoc Model of The Year Competition 2014. In addition to modeling, I am also a writer for a new magazine called Real Size Magazine which will feature women with curves everywhere, as well as the Owner of a new online boutique called Mother2Model Boutique- featuring both everyday apparel and custom made clothing, shoes and accessories made by talented up and coming designers including myself who will be launching my own Plus size clothing line called Stallion Style Diva-featuring clothing designed by me, that celebrates the curves of full figured women everywhere- both projects to be released soon!
My goal is to continue to help tear down the stereo type of what beauty should look like. I hope being apart of the full figured fashion world sets me apart from the norm and helps me tear down the stereo types one runway/photo at a time.
Follow me on Instagram- @stallionstylediva
FB: Stallion Style Diva
#WatchThatStallion....shes on the move
Okay here's the deal. When women brag about being able to buy everything for themselves is it because they have to ? Should the slogan "I don't need a man " be changed to "I can't get a man" ? Ouch ! that hit a sore spot ! Tune in on Friday, it'll be a trip ! LISA
We're back with another hot topic on "IN THE MIXXX"
. What Makes a Partner Sexy?:
What attracts you to someone?
What are your turn ons? Turn offs?
Can you make someone sexy?
What can/does a partner do to make you feel sexy during sex? What makes you feel unattractive?
Join our host Yan and Kia Flow on this hot topic with us and the world. Tune in at 10pm Est/9Central/7Pacific...We want to hear your opinion as well so call 323-693-3027 press1 talk with the host
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It used to be that hunting for things to eat and running from the clutches of wild beasts was enough to keep the body fit. Then there was farming and the basic manual labors of life to keep us trim. But sometime after the industrial revolution, conveniences became plenty, we moved to cities, and we started getting weak and pudgy — which also contrasts wildly with the wisdom of the experts and the Western ideal. What to do? Exercise! But fitness for its own sake is so abstract and unattractive to so many that we’ve come up with no end of novel ways to get motivated. Consider the following