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Discussing the imporance of womanhood with Jessica Beck
Fascinating Womanhood (FW) is a handbook written in 1963 to teach women the principles of how to make your marriage a life-long love affair. The author Helen Andelin passed away in 2009, but her work lives on as the book has become a movement with a cult-like following of devotees who cite the course for saving millions of marriages worldwide.
Fascinating Womanhood has it's fair share of controversy as well and has been called "the book feminists love to hate." Some say it devalues women and teaches manipulation; others have said it empowers women and teaches consideration. Join the Wonder Wives along with veteran FW instructor Shirley Cox to explore this fascinating issue.
Shirley was one of the first teachers Andelin chose to teach FW courses and has been going 35 years strong now. FW saved her own marriage, and she decided to give back by helping other women save theirs.
Shirley has been married 51 years, has 25 great grand-children, and can still do the splits! She is joined on the call by her daughter Melanie who was raised in a home that taught the core principles, and now she also teaches them to other women.
50 years later does this course still have relevance? What are the secrets that have saved so many marriages? What makes a woman so fascinating to a man?
Call in to join the conversation!
"With all thy getting, get understanding." Proverbs 4:7
Monique Ruffin and Donna DeLuca are the special guests joining Life Coach Ade for "Honoring the Strength of Womanhood."
In honor of Women's History Month, they will be discussing ways that society support women in taking on the role of victimhood and will be providing tools to gain inner strength through their individual stories.
Join Monique, Donna and Life Coach Ade for a show that will support, empower and celebrate YOU!
Monique Ruffin is an Author, activist, life coach, and mother. She is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post and Founder of Moms Change the World. Monique received her BA in political science from Howard University and a master’s degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Her latest book is Open Your American Heart: From Personal Responsibility to Collective Accountability.
Donna De Luca is a global transformational leader, inspirational speaker and show host, published author, and achievement coach. Donna began her journey in the financial corporate world. She has launched a creative youth leadership program BE THE CHANGE that focuses on personal, professional and social cultural development. She also leads a community by the same name which envisions to create a sense of union from ME to WE.
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Picking up from manhood, now we focus on womanhood.
This is the last episode to this series. We will be discussing a masculine identified woman's initiation into womanhood. What is womanhood anyway? Tune it folks!
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September 25, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Relying on our Inner Strength to Shake Fear and Learn from our Past
Toni Eubanks has a long-standing interest in how ethnic groups have shaped American history. Combined with her research on the coming of age experiences of young Americans throughout history, she has developed a juvenile historical fiction series, titled Passage to Womanhood. Her research has included the American West of the 1880’s, the Gullah culture of South Carolina, and African American roots in Ghana and Nova Scotia. Ms. Eubanks currently teaches in the Maricopa Community College system in Arizona, and is working on book two of her series.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Even after we let go, the past is still part of who we are. Every one of us live in the present and makes choices based on some part of the past. This fact is simply unavoidable. All forms of learning rely on our ability to continually reference the past. Yet, in many cases, our past experiences can also cause fear, a lack of trust in ourselves and can be immobilizing. However, through our inner strength we can gain the ability to let go of the fear and to do what must be done to improve our future. But, how can we consistently rely on our inner strength to let go of our fear and learn from our past.
Holley Gerth, Author of "40 Days of Encouragement for Your Heart:Opening the Door to Your God-Sized Dream," has inspired this new series that I'll be sharing here on LOTG Blogtalk Radio.
Holley has encouraged myself, and many other women, to do the one thing we absolutely LOVE to do....use our words to encourage the hearts of others! I pray you'll find inspiration, blessing, hope & most of all encouragement....just as I have from Holley and all of the other "God-Sized Dreamers" in my life.
Holley Gerth, Author of "40 Days of Encouragement for Your Heart:Opening the Door to Your God-Sized Dream," has inspired this new series that I'll be sharing here on LOTG Blogtalk Radio!
Holley has encouraged myself, and many other women, to do the one thing we absolutely LOVE to do....use our words to encourage the hearts of others!!!! So join me when the series returns on Monday morning, Sept. 1 at 10 AM EST. I pray you'll find inspiration, blessing, hope & most of all encouragement....just as I have from Holley and all of the other "God-Sized Dreamers" in my life
You go on a dating website, you start scanning through photos or looking through suggested ‘matches’, and you rule out some or even a lot based on not feeling an instant attraction. You might read through some profiles and even though they appear to have similar values, you don’t feel that ‘spark’ and so dismiss them.
Out in the real world, you go on first dates & if you don’t feel a ‘spark’ and a ‘connection’, you are immediately or by the end of the date, mentally saying “Sayonara” and bracing yourself to continue on your quest. Or you feel disheartened that you still haven’t met that ‘someone’ with that ‘spark’…that you can also actually manage to have a relationship with.
Just a little sample, it's a "Man's Man's Man's World" This is an open forum about Life, Love, Relationship Issues, Child Support, Etc etc...
Who is Feminista Jones?
I think of myself as a post-modern, sex-positive, Black feminist woman. That is a mouthful, but it basically means that I’m multi-faceted, at least in my expression of myself and my embodiment of feminism. I exist in a new era of critical thinking and self-identification. I promote the positive aspects of ×sex, sexuality, and sexual liberation. I’m Black and my race/culture inform an enormous amount of my values and perspectives. I am a feminist and as such, I believe that men and women should be treated equally and granted equal access to resources such as education, employment, government, etc. I am a woman. My idea of womanhood and femininity is my own and I own it.