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RELATIONSHIPS101 with KOLE BLACK
Tonights special guest will be Robert Moore of Cincinnati Ohio. His INCREDIBLE story has received national attention, after being the victim of a automobile accident this young man has been in a constant fight for his life while trying to navigate through the complex maze of the health care system and legal system as well. His story will shock you and break your heart.
Later, we will also discuss the issue of what to do... When your mom hates your significant other, what do you do? Tune in. You won't want to miss it!
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RELATIONSHIPS101with KOLE BLACK
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Join us on the show to discuss two subjects:
(1) Dating and Relationship. Discover ways to keep your relationship healthy
(2) Jesus and Money. You are given power to get wealth.
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Tonight on Unspoken Words Robert, Chase & Dan continue to answer listeners relationship questions! The best thing about relationships is there are so many different elements to them & getting different perspectives, ideas & hearing different experiences are important to finding out what works for you. In order to have better relationships, we need to have a better relationship with ourselves. Finding out who we are & knowing ourselves is key to making better relationship decisions & realizing what works for us & what doesn't. So join Robert, Dan & Chase as they discuss these issues!
in Self Help
Come join us as we discuss how our Relationship with MONEY is just as important as our other Relationships. Many times we struggle with finances, credit, success, etc because of sutile messages we have heard from childood that are now imbedded and continue to affect our thoughts and processes on how we ATTRACT MONEY or not ATTRACT MONEY into our lives.
Many times we believe if" I could just hit the lottery" all y problems would disappear. WRONG!!!! Many people are often inpositions of power and money however, if your mentality is not matching you will not be acle to keep it or sustain it. It is important that we discuss how MONEY plays many roles and factors in our lives. How what we think subconsciously comes out in ways we never imagine and how we continue to perpetrate and pass down beliefs and thought patterns for generations.
Come Get on the COUCH!!! As we discuss how to change your Relationship with MONEY!!!! We even have the opportunity to help you restore your credit and make money in the process. We can help you change your mindset and that of your families.
Tune in at 10am Today's relationship talk Straight talk no chaser
With Ruseell Price and Marlynn Bland
Call in 347-637-3051
Today's topic Where did our love go
Defying the urge to quit
Three sets of families
Three sets of kids
Nobody can count on you to stay
To stick it out
No one can count on you to stay pass happy
No matter the size of the baggage, we all have it and it will affect the way we are in new relationships. Dating and relationships can be frustrating and, often, downright painful. What single hasn't dreamt of a fairy dating coach swooping in to help her let go of baggage and find the happy, healthy relationship she craves?
Practice releasing regrets: When a relationship ends, it’s tempting to dwell on what you did wrong or what you could have done differently. This might seem productive—like you can somehow change things by rehashing it. You can’t. All dwelling does is cause you to suffer. When you start revisiting the past in your head, pull yourself into the moment. Focus on the good things in your current situation: the friends who are there for you and the lessons you’ve learned that will help you with future relationships.
Let yourself feel: Losing a relationship can feel like a mini-death, complete with a grieving process. First, you’re shocked and in denial. You don’t believe it’s over and you hold out hope. Next, you feel hurt and guilty. You should have done things differently. If you did you wouldn’t be in this pain. Then, you feel angry and maybe even start bargaining. It would be different if you gave it a second go. You wouldn’t be so insecure, defensive, or demanding. Then you might feel depressed and lonely as it hits you how much you’ve lost.
Today's Relationship Talk "Straight Talk No Chaser"
Long distance romance, relationships are hard. Tune in today at 10 AM for tips on how to make it work.
Call in 347-637-3051 talk about this with Russell Price and. Marilynn Bland
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Do you feel trapped in a relationship you can’t leave?
Of course, feeling trapped is a state of mind. No one needs consent to leave a relationship. Millions of people remain in unhappy relationships that range from empty to abusive for many reasons; however, the feeling of suffocation or of having no choices stems from fear that’s often unconscious.
People give many explanations for staying in bad relationships, ranging from caring for young children to caring for a sick mate. One man was too afraid and guilt-ridden to leave his ill wife (11 years his senior). His ambivalence made him so distressed, he died before she did! Money binds couples, too, especially in a bad economy. Yet, more affluent couples may cling to a comfortable lifestyle, while their marriage dissolves into a business arrangement.
Homemakers fear being self-supporting or single moms, and breadwinners dread paying support and seeing their assets divided. Often spouses fear feeling shamed for leaving a “failed” marriage. Some even worry their spouse may harm him- or herself. Battered women may stay out of fear of retaliation. Most people tell themselves “The grass isn’t any greener,” believe they’re too old to find love again and imagine nightmarish online dating scenarios. Also, some cultures still stigmatize divorce.
Despite the abundance of reasons, many of which are realistic, there are deeper, unconscious ones that keep people trapped – usually fears of separation and loneliness. In longer relationships, spouses often don’t develop individual activities or support networks. In the past, an extended family served that function.