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Join us now on The Rich Life, as we begin a four part series: What makes a good man? Diane and Samantha will be approaching this age-old question from a very unique angle. They’ve pulled together three experts in their field that will offer uncommon insight. During the four-part series we’ll learn what rests at the core of human nature; prompting one’s desires and behavior.
Special guests include: Dr. Linda Salvin, ranked the #2 psychic in the United States.
John Osborn, is a retired US government employee specializing in targeted recruitment and observed human behavior.
F. Matthew Smith, MD, FACS. Dr. Smith is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
The Rich Life with Sam & Diane! Live tonight at 7pm, with famed psychic Linda Salvin. Dr. Salvin is the #2 ranked psychic in the country. Tonight she’ll talk about the intimate truths revealed to psychics. What we really want in a partner. Tune in! Call in! Or download later!
Contact Linda for readings, channelings, and candles atwww.LindaSalvin.com. For astrological readings; www.astrology.com/drlinda.
90 MINUTE SHOW
LAYDE & TJ WILL DISCUSS:
*WHAT MAKES A GOOD DATE? ARE YOU DATEABLE?
*BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR RELATIONSHIPS
*YOUR LONG LOST CHILD SHOWS UP AT YOUR DOOR. WHAT NEXT?
*WOULD YOU AGREE TO REMAIN CELIBATE BEFORE MARRIAGE?
*PLUS HOT TOPICS
Join us now The Rich Life. Today's show is part three of the four part series: What makes a good man? Diane and Samantha will be approaching this age-old question from a very unique angle. They’ve pulled together three experts in their field that will offer uncommon insight. During the series we’ll learn what rests at the core of human nature; prompting one’s desires and behavior. Today Diane and Samantha are joined by special guest, John Osborn. John is a retired US government employee specializing in targeted recruitment and observed human behavior.
KEYSHIA COLE WED.
A secure person knows who they are, is not threatened by the growth and brilliance of other people, and is comfortable with their place in the world (but can still be ambitious and strive in a healthy way without wanting to drag down others around them). On the other hand, insecurity in the psychological sense refers to not feeling sure about oneself, including not being sure about who they are or what they believe in. An insecure person is a vulnerable person, easily shaped by the views, opinions, and ideas of others because they're uncertain about their own values and they're unwilling to question the ideas of other people or stand up for themselves. There are different possibilities behind what makes a person insecure
Thursday night at 7:30 call 347-215-8985 join our over the phone conversation. Many of us would consider ourselves "good", but who are we good to? Just because you have a house, car, employed, college educated, married, single, or divorced doesn't make you good. You can have the best sex ever, but to lazy to look for a job. You can be a great mother, but show your husband no respect. The husband can be a great provider but shows the wife no affection. You can pay the bills, but are you faithful? Ladies, we can cook, clean and take care of the laundry but do we complain about everything or do we pray. Some of us were involved in relationships with people who were damn good to us but we were to selfish to see and we broke there heart. Women says a good man provides, honest, understanding, supportive, and take care of all of his responsibilities. Men say a good woman is loyal, doesn't judge, will accept him for who he is and give him time to grow. What do you have to say? Let's uncover the truth and have an adult conversation. I truly want to know what is a good man and what is a good woman.
Join us to learn daily practices we can apply to awaken our soul, create a connection between our Heart, Head & Gut and discover What Makes Your Heart Sing.
Bruce Cryer is Global Director, HeartMath HealthCare, founding director of HeartMathUK and HeartMath South Africa, and co-founder of What Makes Your Heart Sing. HeartMath (USA), an innovative research-based firm offering scientifically validated products and award-winning technology to boost performance, productivity and health while reducing stress.
The Path Elements Profile (PEP) is for anyone who is looking for an assessment tool that everyone can understand and apply to a job, team, family or relationship. Just about everything we do on our jobs, with a team, or in a relationship includes the ability to communicate effectively with another person. Having the right language to build a team, create a culture or sustain a relationship makes all the difference for everyone involved. PEP is designed to “get” people and as a result, people “get” PEP.
Listen today as PEP Coaches and Trainers talk about how PEP has been the tool of choice for their clients and teams.
Join Anna K. as she interviews yoga teacher Giocanda Parker! Gioconda combines alignment and flow to empower students to grow in their practice, inviting challenge in a nurturing environment. She encourages playfulness and enjoyment while exploring the science and art that is yoga, and believes passionately in yoga’s ability to bring unity at an individual, community and global level. Yoga is a doorway to the greatest teacher, the wisdom that lies within and is reflected without. She seeks to study and learn from the natural world, and to inspire students to journey into their own deep wisdom. She has nurtured many students on the path from student to teacher through her trainings, and her Pay It Forward scholarships provide yoga outreach to a wide range of populations, from the homeless to troubled youth. In 2008, she initiated and co-founded the Austin based community movement “One OM,” a seva project designed to unite yoga communities in practice and service. One Om events continue to bring people together locally to love, honor and share the practice. A continual student, Gioconda is currently enrolled in studies at Sofia University pursuing a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology and ongoing studies in Ayurveda and Somatics. She leads workshops, teacher trainings, personal development programs and retreats across the globe but makes her home in Austin. Check her out here!
Katherine Center is the author of four bittersweet comic novels about love and family, including The Bright Side of Disaster, Everyone Is Beautiful, and Get Lucky. Her newest book, The Lost Husband–which Kirkus Reviews calls “heart-rending and heartwarming” and Bookfinds calls “sweet, smart, and inspiring”– goes on sale May 7, 2013.
PLEASE JOIN ME TONY (DR. ICE) AKINS AS I GIVE YOU "GROWN FOLKS MUSIC THAT JUST MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD", ONLY ON "THE DOCTOR ICE RADIO SHOW" WE BROADCAST LIVE FROM 5:30p - 7:00p ON THE ONLY RADIO STATION THAT YOU CAN HEAR IT ON THAT'S HEARD AROUND THE WORLD, IT'S BLOG TALK RADIO !!