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Signs Your Relationship is Ready For Commitment... Does this feel way too familiar – “You're full of S***!, I thought you were serious, why are you playing with my emotions?”
Stop playing yourself. Avoid needless heartache, frustration and stress. Listen right now and learn the secrets to creating a lasting, nurturing, meaningful relationship!
On this episode - Signs You're Ready For A Committed Relationship
Are you sick and tired of having your heart broken... Did you know more than likely it's all your fault. If you're sick and tired of getting your feelings hurt over and over again, you cannot afford to miss this episode of Conversations With Dr. D Ivan Young.
Learn the secrets to creating true authentic love.
Most people don't plan to fail, they fail to plan. Put your love life on track today. Find out how – on this episode of Conversations With Dr. D Ivan Young
The Secrets to Finding, Fostering and creating A Fulfilling, Lasting Relationship!
Sunday - is the pain from breaking up in a committed relationship vs the breakup of a divorce?
This show is to discuss the level of commitment between two people who claim they love each other and want happens when the love goes awry. As someone who believes in living happy and healthy, I understand sometimes we have not vetted our spouses or loved ones in depth, and breakup is the only answer.
In Living with a person Is the respect different in the relationship?
Does family matter, ie having children?
What is the responsibility of the husband to the wife?
What about companionship? If you choose a life companion how does the strengthen differ from that of a marriage relationship.
What about the spiritual factor, does it matter if the couple is churched or unchurched?
Harmony in the relationship is key.
If you are married, are you with me because we are married or are you with me because you want to be with me? That is the guy's thought said one interviewee.
What are your deal breakers?
What is your unacceptable list?
Dating can be frustrating. The wrong people contact you, the right people ignore you, and just when you think you’ve made a connection–poof–it disappears! While you may just want to give up, quitting is not the answer. Let's face it the dating process can be very frustrating. You can have a great first date, but you don't always get a second one. Sometimesyou don't always know how to respond to texts, sometimes you debate yourself whether you should be calling so soon, or how many dates you should be going on before trying to have sex? Most people don't think of casual Dating and committed relationships as two mutually exclusive worlds that should never meet...but my question is
Just because you have sex doesn't automatically mean you are in a relationship. There are to many people involving themselves in sexual relationships when there true heart desire is a committed relationship and ultimately marriage.Everyone can't handle just having sex. In most cases men and women are stating upfront they are just "kicking it" or "they are not ready". However, many feel having sex will change their mind. Instead of taking time to get to know one another we are going straight to the bedroom and in most cases creating an emotional attachment and feelings being hurt or damaged. At what point does the relationship begin?Thursday night @ 7:30 call 347-215-8985 join this discussion press 1 and your area code and last 4 of your number will be called. Let's Keep It Real and encourag
“Can a sex addict survive a marriage or committed relationship?”…May 13th 2014 @ 9pm EST, 8pm CST, or 6pm PST)...(Call in to listen LIVE, ask a question or to interject @ (760)259-2345...or listen in “LIVE” from our website @ www.healingheartsradio.com (and then click on “LISTEN LIVE NOW” under the show topic)….(Or listen to any of our past shows on our website).
Sincere Singles is a discussion forum of life-enriching topics that pertain to family, singles in particular. God concerns Himself with three things: (1) your relationship / fellowship with Him, (2) your relationship / fellowship within ourselves, and (3) your relationship / fellowship with others. This discussion among "sincere singles" will enables you to enjoy the most compassionately committed relationship / fellowship possible. Indeed it is true, a better you begins with a grace view of God!
Greetings to all God's people I thank each of you for your love and support of the ministry. Remember God loves you with an everlasting love. My guest tonight is Dr. Margot Brown a Licensed marriage therapist, Dr. Margot E. Brown, sees a common trend in what her patients argue about: breakdown in communication, stresses about money, sex, and the division of daily chores. Her new book, Kickstart Your Relationship Now! Move on or Move Out!, introduces a plausible solution to help couples solve these issues: the 72-Hour Rule.
According to Dr. Brown, who holds a Doctorate in Psychology, “you should only discuss (not argue) things that happened over the past 72 hours. There’s no benefit to debating about the past from months or years ago. Couples must distance themselves from the past and focus on the now. Further, if you are upset about something, but decide it isn’t really worth bringing up in conversation to state your worries within the first 72 hours, the rule says to let it go.”
Kickstart Your Relationship Now! provides step-by-step exercises to help partners communicate better as well as strategies to tackle tough issues including infidelity, anger, intimacy issues, and domestic abuse. Loving someone and being in a committed relationship is never easy, and Dr. Brown asserts that you can’t be afraid to be honest with yourself or your partner.
In the book Dr. Brown discusses:
· Constructively changing your behavior, or how to approach the topic of changing your partner’s behavior.
· How to decide whether it’s time to break up or is it worth trying to salvage your relationship.
We will be discussing some personal issues that will help us to understand our positions as husband and wives, and how our position with God is not about having a relationship with each other, or a relationship with God, but knowing what our position in Christ is, so that we can maintain peace and order in our relationships, by developing the abilty to operate in love as God ordained.
EPHESIONS 5: 22-28
Wives, understand and support your husbands in ways that show your support for Christ. The husband provides leadership to his wife the way Christ does to his church, not by domineering but by cherishing. So just as the church submits to Christ as he exercises such leadership, wives should likewise submit to their husbands.
Husbands, go all out in your love for your wives, exactly as Christ did for the church—a love marked by giving, not getting. Christ’s love makes the church whole. His words evoke her beauty. Everything he does and says is designed to bring the best out of her, dressing her in dazzling white silk, radiant with holiness. And that is how husbands ought to love their wives. They’re really doing themselves a favor—since they’re already “one” in marriage.
Tonight we spotlight August Alsina and his new cut HIP HOP, along with The Dreams THAT’S MY SHIT and Rico Love’s SOMEONE ELSE. This week we did a blend of songs that are already dj records but in different areas of the dj community. Our topic tonight is the Dj/music relationship and what that means to you (you really need to know this).
It has become clear that artist and producer (and some dj’s) have no idea of what the fan, artist and dj relationship entails. Tonight we’re gonna discuss this issue.
Call in at 11PM and join Redd and Talib in the discussion at (347) 826-7743.
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Join us live as we kick off our first relationship workshop series with Life Coach as well as
President/Founder of Seeds of Excellence, Training by Design Veronica created a curriculum and facilitated trainings for the NYC Administration of Children Services which was implemented citywide for the Community Partnership Program. As a consultant, we provide various training for staff and community constituents. Clients such as The Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, The Casey Foundation as part of their faith based initiative program, Social service agencies, Church organizations and Local and private schools as DOE vendor. working with educators, coordinators, team leaders, Crisis counselors providing staff development training, parent empowerment workshops, training for special needs populations, community workers and foster parents. Motivational speaking and individual coaching are also provided. Trainings are designed to meet your needs.
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Passion is fuel! If used properly, our passions can provide us with the energy we need to engage in life with zest and zeal! Often, when we express our passion, there is intense emotion that follows close behind.
Since our passions are often coupled with emotion, it’s critical that we be become as emotionally intelligent as possible. Emotional intelligence (EI) includes a plethora of skills and competencies that we can use to become conscious of our own as well as others’ emotions. If we have high EI, we’ll be better equipped to cope with personal and professional demands and pressures.
Join us today for an engaging discussion on how we can develop our EI so that we can live happier, more fulfilling, passion-inspired lives.