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"One thing I learned is that even if I mess up one week, I can just keep going, get myself back on track and see results the week after. You will get there if you just keep going."
Tune in as we hear some amazing stories from women who have mastered the art of never giving up! From weight loss to much much more! Have a story to share? Call in live tonight at 11pm EST 714-888-7410
Part of mission here on our show is to talk about music, educating the masses about what is good music. Today's show is about women musicians who rock. Sometimes, women have been overlooked or not given credit for their talent in the music industry. We'll be celebrating all things female in the rock and roll genre, but probably be discussing other genres too. By the way, this is our talk show, so no readings! If you want a reading, you can go to Lisa's website: punkrockpsychic.com.
In a past show, we talked about women in rock and roll history. Since we attended the Women Who Rock exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH recently, we have more material to share. Join us for a lively conversation about more Women Who Rock. (By the way, Lisa no longer gives live psychic readings. Check out her website, http://punkrockpsychic.com/ for information on receiving a psychic reading!)
Ladies and gentlemen we are in for an informative time on this episode of In Life Now Radio as we listen and learn from Kent County Commissioner Candace Chivis who is over District 17, and City Commissioner Ruth Kelly who is serving the 2nd Ward in the city of Grand Rapids, MI which is a part of Kent County. Let's find out what it takes to become a commissioner and what you have to do in order to be relevant and help sustain a community!
The first African American woman to serve as a Kent County commissioner, Candace Chivis said, "I felt that my voice wasn't being heard. The voice of an African American female wasn't being heard. And obviously it wasn't, because I'm going to be the first one."
Second Ward City Commissioner, Ruth Kelly said, "I had spent a lot of time getting out in the community, listening to people and making sure I understood the issues," Kelly said. "I believe in problem-solving and I think that good, well-crafted public policy can solve problems and prevent them."
Perhaps you are a victim of blind love yourself. Maybe you thought you had finally found your love match only to realize much later, many heartaches and agonizing nights later, that Mr. Wonderful was not so wonderful after all. In fact, he was pretty much like that other awful man you thought was your true love, or the past beau you felt you could not live without but had to when he left you for that other woman.
Most times it is not just bad luck that steers women to the wrong man time and time again. Sometimes the pattern of loser-lovers is indicative of a deeper, more serious flaw in the woman's personality or character. Or the problem may stem from the woman's family history. And it usually is rooted in lack of self-esteem and self-love. In addition, far too many women blindly get involved with man after man without stopping to assess what went wrong in previous relationships. Many women do not evaluate themselves or their relationships; consequently, they do not recognize the similarities that attract them to certain types of men."
When a woman repeatedly chooses the wrong man, those bad choices attempt to fulfill "needs" that sometimes go back to the woman's childhood, back to the time when she was not capable of analyzing the information at hand. Women who grow up and see their mothers in bad relationships, or grow up with fathers who are abusive, alcoholic or addicted to drugs, as children they watch these situations and think of ways their mothers should resolve the problem. When they grow up themselves, they select men who are very much like their fathers. When they grow up in abusive families, they marry men who are abusive because they want to change the man. They tell themselves
Join Coach Leslie for some serious Girl Talk with Pastor Dianne Matthews about women who need to be in control. Do you always have to be in control? What form of control to you use? Do you use control as a defense mechanism?
Tune in tonight, to see if you are a woman in control or a woman that needs to lose control.
Rock The Ville Radio and host, Gary Fisher, will bring you all the latest local music from bands and performers in the Fayetteville, NC area.
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Tune in for Rock The Ville Radio with special guest Shawn Adkins, owner of The Rock Shop! We will be playing music from bands and singer/songwriters from the Fayetteville area. Shawn will bring along some songs from bands that will be performing at The Rock Shop soon.
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Tonight we talk to Kristen Swinnely. She's a true motivation and inspiration for all those that have ever been told the word NO. Tune in tonight to hear her story.
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