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Changing lives of Women by giving them the necessary tools to become what they want in life. The best teachers come from life.
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Kelly McNelis is the Founder of Women for One, a destination for women ready and willing to make life happen. She travels the world as a speaker, teacher, and facilitator of workshops, helping others tap into lives powered by truth. With over 20 years experience as a nonprofit and small business consultant, Kelly is excited to be one of the voices behind Women for One, empowering generations of women around the world to build relationships, community, and the support structure they need to achieve their wildest dreams. She finds her own daily inspiration in spending time with her husband and children in their home outside of Seattle and is currently writing her first book.
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Has a woman ever confused you in a romantic relationship? Want to get better with dating women? Listen to our dating women radio show - dating and relationship tips for men hosted by award-winning talk show host Doc Love, who has asked over 10,000 women why they choose to stay with one man versus another - check out his book, THE SYSTEM, that has changed the lives of thousands of guys worldwide!
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We will be joined by Jurline K. Redeaux, CEO of New Impression Inc. Jurline is a Community Halth Worker and women’s health advocate who is also on the Board of Directors of the Alcoholism Center for Women. She is partnering with Black Women Helping Black Women, as a panelist for their upcoming summit Black Women & Mental Health “Saving Our Last Nerve”.
Jurline will join us today to speak about Black women and mental health, wellbeing, and more.
It is time to put relinquish the Super/Strong Black women archetype.
Wombanist Views, created, produced, and co-hosted by Cherise Charleswell, is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women who are doing positive and exciting things in their communities around-the-globe.
Call In: (347) 945-5922
Time: August 27, 2015
3:30PM (PST)/6:30PM (EST)
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This war between the sexes has got to end. Once again, a popular sports figure is accused of rape, and people are taking sides. Men claim that women "lie" about rape to get money, and women insist that men rape women because they believe they can get away with it. Beyond addressing the innocence or guilt of Derrick Rose, Patrick Kane, Bill Cosby, and countless others accused of sexually assaulting women, how do we heal the sick relationship between the sexes? The problem begins with our misguided teachings about sex. Why are men conditioned to be predators of women? How should we be teaching our sons about sex so that they have a healthy respect for women?
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Continuing our discussion on the state of the Black family...Women's roles in relationships and a household are major. They are the bearers of life, the nurturers, the soft balance in a hard situation, and in essence...the first link to love for all of the people in their lives. When a woman is not at her best, balance is thrown off, because of the many hats she wears, love is always at the base. In today's society, women are harder, "independent", misfocused, and on another path. Parental love and intimate love are addressed as companionship and hook-ups, as women's resourcefulness and perserverance abilities have been beaten down by the many beasts of the modern world. Why do you think Black women have a problem trusting love? Join in tonight by calling 347-32-9967 at 10:30 pm EST.
What would you do if your teenager committed a terrible crime? Would you support rehabilitation for your child? Would you still love your child? Would you fight for your child's freedom after years of imprisonment? We will discuss the case of Wendy Selke.
Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will be joined on the Empowering Women Series by Tamira Hamilton, coach and mentor, as she discusses, "Building Your Business with Blogging and Social Media." Two items that every business should have are a blog and a social media campaign. Tamira is going to share tips on how she grew her business through Blogging and Social Media. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 8/27 and join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2015/08/28/empowering-women-series--building-your-business-with-blogging-and-social-media
She’s been a serial entrepreneur, turning a start-up into a legit business that brought in over a million dollars in sales in less than 18 months. Spun rough sketches of lingerie into a booming business where thousands of garments were being shipped out every year.
Gone off the grid to work for a non-profit in Bangkok, creating a program that served to empower women across the country and get them off the streets.
She is a proclaimed ..foodie, mama, fiction writer, recovering fashion model, bio-hacking freak and
Beatles-lover. She can’t live without... yoga, meditation, prayer, music and cheese. And the longest relationship she’s had is...with her dog, Jackson, 13 years and counting!