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"When Sh** Gets Real" w/Jason and Imani Platts (Ice'alino and The Beast) is the show for anyone who is tired of the "he said/she said, this is what I should say instead of saying how I feel" BS in life..from to battle rap, to politics, to religion, to music, to celebrities...you name it, we address it. No holds barred, no hype, no promo...all real, all day.
On this episode, get to know what it's like "When Sh** Gets Real", as we introduce the show and our opinions to the world. You've watched us on Youtube...you've watched our battles...now we've opened the floor to our audience as well. Who's real enough to be left standing when sh** gets real?
Tune in for the #doubleyou of the day!! And a special disclaimer about some of these bars we've heard lately...
in Self Help
When you do something wrong, make a mistake, or say something that you know you shouldn’t have, do you immediately admit you were wrong, or do you practice avoidance, or even make excuses and rationalize your behavior? A lot of us, whether we admit it or not, fall into the latter category.
Many times, we knowingly do something wrong, or act in a manner that does not show us in our best light, and either because of embarrassment, or that we are simply head strong, we begin to rationalize our behaviors. We convince ourselves that it was the situation, or the actions of another, that caused us to behave in the way that we did. And if that hadn’t happened, we wouldn’t have said, or did, what we said or did. We give ourselves a free pass. We’re not wrong. We were provoked. Thus we were justified in our actions or our words.
In this podcast we will look at how our inability to admit when we are wrong is more of a sign of weakness than strength. We will learn that taking personal responsibility not only lifts a huge emotional weight off of our shoulders, it also tends to improve our relationships.
Everyone knows breaking up is hard to do. But staying in contact with your ex following a breakup? That’s where things get really tricky. By remaining in each other’s lives, you run the risk of a post-breakup rendezvous, holding onto feelings for your ex, and in general delaying your ability to heal and move on quickly (and without additional heartache).
What happens when you are living with your significant other and suddenly you break up? Does one person move out? Do they both move out? Or because of convenience and economical reasons,they continue to live together?
What if the romance first blossomed at work? So not only are you still living together but you still have to see each other at work.
How does this make for a healthy healing process? Or does it?
It's that wonderful time of the year. Christmas songs, Christmas parties and of course, Christmas gifts. Call in to comment on the HOT TOPIC this Sunday at 4pm EST - "SHOULD YOU ACCEPT A GIFT FROM YOUR EX?" Call 760.283.4647 to listen in right over your phone and hit the #1 key to comment. Don't forget you can watch the show LIVE at www.eblockradio.com. #Love #Relationships #Gifts #Christmas
Tune in "THIS THURSDAY" (10/02/2014) @ 11:30 PM EST for "Listener's Topic: When Is It Over With Your Ex?" on Deep, Dark, n Dirty. Join us in the CHATROOM @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurenemy OR CALL IN @ (917)889-3369. We look forward to seeing you there.
We all know that CPS is a corrupt, money hungry, and greedy agency. They do not care about the best interest of the children. They are incentivized by bringing in more children and this is what they do for a living. Things have changed and keeping children safe is not their priority. They want raises and promotions and they get these by stealing more children. Then they cry that they need more funding and more employees. This is an epidemic that needs to be checked, and checked hard and fast. Strength is in numbers and we need to all band together to expose this corrupt agency that is in every state and many countries.
You ever notice your friend in a relationship that you deemed beneath them? When does telling the truth about someone’s love life become ok, when in actuality you don’t have to lay down with the person their loving? So why do you care. Inevitably, when the toxicity spills out into other parts of that person’s life and involves you… that could be an appropriate time to brooch the subject. Minding your business can be a slippery slope, especially when dealing with loved ones, who love ones, who are dangerous or destructive. When is it OK to intervene in your friend’s toxic relationship?
Rest assured that the passion within you will never be satisfied until it intersects with your God-given purpose. Are you willing to give up everything to follow Christ? In the great commission Jesus said to go and make disciples of all nations. Join us again this week as we find another means to explore this great command.
There is a lot of advice on the Internet about how to find a quality man who is the perfect match for me. In fact, all the advice has worked! And I've found a really terrific guy that I am totally into on many levels. We've been dating for a couple of months now, and I know he really likes me, too. But despite knowing this, I seem to be wrestling daily with a monkey on my back. Before I met my new man I was a strong, confident woman. And now that I'm in this relationship I'm finding that all my old fears and insecurities (the ones I was sure I had dealt with) are ALL coming back to haunt me. I've tried to snap myself out of it. I've tried to reason with myself that these fears are "false expectations appearing real." But to no avail, I just can't seem to shake the monkey! So my question is, how do you manage all of the fears and insecurities that come up at the beginning of a new relationship?
Ask yourself these four questions about your fear(s):
1. How true is this really?
(Give evidence for why it IS and is NOT true)
2. Where did I learn this?
(This is HUGE! And usually gives you those proverbial ah-ha! moments!)
3. What is it costing me?
(How is hanging onto this fear holding you back?)
4. How do I let it go?
(In your own unique way what can you do to ACCEPT yet RELEASE the fear?)
Health Educator Victoria Willard loves to teach and educate people on Healthy Lifestyle Solutions. She assists people in assessing where their health is at and then incorporates the Super Foods Program which includes diet, exercise and emotional healing.
Today Victoria will be speaking on the importance of water to the body. Many of us think we are thirsty when the mouth becomes dry. This is a last stage situation and is often seen after a heavy meal. General Dehydration Symptoms can include; Tired, flushed, irritable, anxious, dejected, depressed, not sleeping well, heavy headed, fear of crowds, fear of leaving the house. If any of these pertain to you then you may be dehydrated and need water.
This program is for educational purposes. Visit my site at www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/kathydeane for more Healthy Insights. AND remember Health is Wealth and thank you for Taking Action For Your Healthy www.TAFYH.com
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