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    in Goals

    What is Denial? What is your relationship with denial?  Let's talk about it.

    Does denial play a role in your life? Can denial be helpful

  • 02:00


    in Spirituality

    If you have the Holy Spirit in you why or how can anyone deny the end-times circumstances that are plaguing us today and the Church over all is staying silent. Could it be most Churches are full of false converts who really are not born again? Julie and Scott address this issue tonight

  • 01:59

    The Gift of Tongues, Prophecy, Prophets & End-Time Denial

    in Christianity

    Tonight on PROPHECY QUAKE starting @8:00 PM CST, we will discuss the baptism of the Holy Spirit and the gifts of tongues and prophecy! We will look at the Scriptures that prove this experience with God and His gifts are for today. We will also look at the ministry of Old & New Testament prophets and how that ministry continues in our time. We expose the un-biblical attitude of many Christians who despise prophesying and the gift of tongues. These “Holy Spirit quenching” believers end up despising prophetic warnings and wind up in end-time denial. We will either be the wise virgins who have our lamps full of Holy Ghost oil or we will be like the foolish virgins who didn’t have enough oil to carry them through to the end. To listen by phone or to speak with the host, you can call 347-884-8566.

  • 00:32

    Living In Denial

    in Self Help

    With a vast amount of resources at everyone's disposal to assist each and every one of us in our difficult emotional journeys through life, why do so many of us still live unhealthy emotional lives? There is no simple answer to that question and it is the reason I do the shows I do on A Fine Time For Healing.

    We all use defense mechanisms as a way to cope with life and its painful truths, distressing thoughts, and uncomfortable feelings. There are several defense mechanisms that we may employ, but denial is the one most commonly used to avoid acknowledging unacceptable realities.

    Denial is not a bad thing when it is used to temporarily cope with tough situations. It only becomes a problem when we use it as a substitute for healthy coping skills over a long period of time.

    The goal of today's show is to help you understand the many facets of denial. You will learn to recognize denial in yourself and others. By the end of this show you will have some tools to help you or someone you care about begin to stop living in denial and start living emotionally healthy lives. 


  • 01:01

    White Denial, Black Denial... What do they mean?

    in Entertainment

    On this episode Something 2 Say touches on two very revealent social issues. White Denial, Black Denial, What do they mean and how do they effect members of each respected demographic. Tune in Tuesday at 8PM PST/ 10PM CST

  • 00:07

    Success Culprit #3, Denial

    in Self Help

    Listen to this power show and find out why denial is a major hinderance to success.  To listen in its entirety, go to: http://blog.designingyourlifetoday.com/blog.  Also, register free for our free upcoming, "You Are a Powerful Masterpiece", 5 week series.  

    Continue to do life with power with us.  Share our show with friends, family and colleagues.  

    Like our Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/designingyourlifetoday.com

    Connect with Pat Council on Linkedin, Twitter, and Pinterest.  Look for her name or go to http://blog.designingyourlifetoday.com and click on the icons and social media site by name.  On Pinterest get free goal posters with the affirmations already added to make it easier and faster for you to create your own "Power Vision Board".


  • 01:03

    Opening Your Eyes to The Dangers of Dementia and Denial

    in Caregiving

    Denial About Dementia is a Common Occurance

    From time to time, we're all in denial about various aspects of our life. It's how we cope — denial masks emotions of grief, loss, fear and uncertainty. 

    What causes denial? Many things: lack of communication, distance, self-preservation, fear of the unknown and uncertainty about the future. Denial, however, leads to the continuation of a downward spiral and makes the diagnosis of dementia even more traumatic and difficult to face.

    At first, denial at it's best can be a healthy defense against admitting that your loved one has dementia.

    Denial involves not acknowledging what you see or hear and/or unconsciously negating what you see or hear. Denial helps you block the more painful aspects of reality. However, if denial continues too long, then it can be life-threatening to you and your loved one.

    Denial about dementia at it's worst can mean the withholding of essential treatment or development of a helpful care plan going forward.

    When family caregivers are unrealistic about their loved one with dementia's level of functioning and care needs, they put their loved ones at risk.

    "When my dad developed dementia, my mom tried to deny it and I tried to fix it. We both failed"

    We see things changing and notice the person losing the ability to do what they once could. Often we're reluctant to step in and take over as it may feel like we're giving up on the person or crushing their independence.  

    Today we will be talking about how to maintain a realistic outlook on your loved one’s care, and thoughts on helping your other family members do the same. Tune in and listen to our guest this show, Theresa Haleen, Business Development Representative for Interim Healthcare and owner of Assisted Living Options for Seniors share her perspective on denial. 

  • Totally Whole Presents - "Are you really well or are you in denial?"

    in Spirituality

    Faith is vitally important to Christians.  Hebrews 11:6 reads "Without faith it is impossible to please God." I it is also true that without faith we cannot accept Jesus Christ as the son of God.  Believers must have faith in order to endure life's challenges.  Tonight's show will address the question at what point is it okay for the believer to acknowledge the need for help outside of prayer and reading scripture?  For too long Christians have been rejecting the help that is available to maintain our mental health and to restore mental wellness.  Scritpure reminds us in Hosea 4:6 My people perish because of a lack of knowledge. 

    To listen in dial 646-929-0630.  To join the conversation hit "1"   

  • 00:27

    The Web Crime Info Show. What is a Denial of Service attack?

    in Internet

    Dan Wastak is the CEO of Kloud Integrated Systems. He is an engineer and an inventor. His company specializes in Cyber Crime PREVENTION as opposed to other companies who tout Cyber Crime Detection. If you have a Detection service, it's too late, you've already been hacked. If you use a Prevention service you prevent the attack from occuring. Dan will discuss all the details how to Prevent a hack.

  • 00:46

    Breaking Through Denial With Cathy Taughinbaugh

    in Family

    Today we welcome Cathy Taughinbaugh to the show. After discovering substance abuse had become an issue with her children, she decided to support other parents and share information about addiction, treatment and recovery through her site cathytaughinbaugh.com.

    Although there are tuns of interesting topics, resources, support and advice available through Cathy's site, today she is here to speak specifically about denial and substance abuse in the family and to offer up three tips that you can start using today, to break through that wall of denial.  

    To learn more about Cathy, click here. 

    To scoop up Cathy's FREE guide for parents, 7 Ways to Find Parental Recovery When Your Child is Addicted, click here.

    To connect with Cathy on Facebook, click here


  • 01:06

    Domestic Abuse............ "Are you in DENIAL?"

    in Self Help

    Denial at it's most basic is saying something hasn't happened. It is extremely sick, and extremely powerful. It is the way that we can commit abuse and still live with ourselves. It allows us to continue being abusive by staying in the sick place, and by allowing us to hide our sickness from others so that we can maintain the abusive situation for a longer period of time. 

    We lie to others, and most devastatingly, we lie to ourselves.The major tactics we use in maintaining our denial are minimizing, rationalizing, and justifying. The effect of these tactics is to redefine what happened, what is acceptable, and what is harmful in such a way that ultimately any act, no matter how hideous, can be carried out.  

    Excerpt from: http://www.verbalabuse.com/

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