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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
This is where we have missed it at! We have "jumped the gun" without setting some things inorder within our relationship. We move to others things which should be towards the bottom of our list in forming a relationship. Rather we placew this important tool on the "back-burner, which should be first place. We will share how important it is to understand one another in a relationship. Our Relationship coach and CEO of The National Extraordinary Professional Women will lecture this segment. These segments are not limited only to women but to are useful tactics and ersources for men. For more information about us, just go to our website at www.revitalizingmymarriage.com or www.nationalextraordinaryprofessionalwomen.com.
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On the panel: a widow, married, single, and divorce, a relationship therapist, and a Minister.
Relationships are a part of life. Falling in love is a beautiful thing and falling out of love could be devastating. The work it takes to stay in love and keep your loved one happy involves work on the part of both parties.
Tonight we will have a panel discussion to gain insight from all parties: some lost their other half by way death, cheating, or any of a multitude of reasons while others are happily married.
Be sure to tune in to hear about love, life, and picking up the pieces.
How important is jealousy in a relationship?
We all know the chronic, corrosive nature of jealousy Cemeteries and Penitentiaries are filled with unanswered questions and bad decisions all victims of jealous rage. But Jealous rage is an extreme. Is it possible to have a healthy amount of jealousy in a relationship? Is make-up sex the new white meat?
Gather round folks you just might learn something, and if you know something call in and share something.
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Honesty is the best policy, or so the saying goes, correct? However, is honesty actually the best policy? While the truth quite possibly “shall set you free” – does that freedom mean free from your current relationship? There is definitely decorum when it comes to the role honesty plays in relationships and the importance of maintaining that honesty. However, can complete honesty be a relationship destroyer instead of a building tool? Are lies, untruths, selective deletion, or clever wording acceptable when they are not malicious and intended to protect another person? Let’s talk about it!
February has arrived, and everywhere you look you see hearts, flowers and the word love, reminding us that Valentine’s Day is near. So what if you are single? Find out how to survive and thirive this Valentine's Day.
For the couples out there, find out what your partner really wants? Love is a great thing and coupled with chocolate, it is even better. Gift giving on holidays is usually appreciated by your partner but today we are going to dig a little deeper and talk about what men and women really want, not just on special occasions.
This will be a great show you do not want to miss.
What does it mean to you to fight to the finish or end well? What does that look like close up. 2 Tim 4:7 seems to provide a few answers to these questions. It says "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith". Can you say that today, that you have fought the good fight, finished the race and kept the faith? Well I to like you have to ask myself this all important question and must ask frequently so as to determine where I stand in Christ, am I slowing down in my zeal for Christ? How is my excitement and desire for God's Holy word? Am I telling others about my personal testimony and how I have come to know the Lord today? Am I on my knees daily fighting battles, confessing sin and while still marching forward for the cause of Christ? With so much at stake in the battle between good and evil, flesh vs. spirit we want to be able to say we didnt buckle to the pressure, that we were fully committed and went the distance in faith with our marriages, our children, those family members outside of Christ, our integrity, purity and through pain, temptation, and of course all those times you felt like throwing in the towel, but you didnt. You yourself can echo the same words of the apostle Paul in 2 Tim 4:7. Lord help us all to endure and finish our race well.