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Join us on “Dating Talk” with guest coach Greg Hartman as he speaks on divorce and how it effects men the second time around.
Some women will not date a man that has been married before. Why is that? Are divorced men ‘tainted’ and do they carry too much baggage? Or are they actually better equipped than men who have never been married to make a relationship work?
Find out from Greg Hartman of Insightful Dialogue Coaching.
There is a thunderstorm of divorced men coming on the market, willing, and able to make you a happy woman. Former millionaires, unemployed CEOS, former real estate gurus, downsized business owners, etc. This recession has produced some of the most humble eligible bachelors. Men who know how to pay bills, raise children, take care of a woman, and have many accompishments under their belt. With everyone knocked off their high horse, downsized high rollers are enjoying the simpler things in life, and realizing that they have to offer women something different in life to get claimed. Reduced pay and unemployment has caused men to become more creative, refreshing, and fun loving than ever before. My 30 minute commentary on falling in love with divorced bachelors.
Last nights show was an epic success as well as fact finding. Our men rose to the challenge and called in with their perspectives but not necessarily always staying on the descripted topic. Peter from PA made some points that I will address one at a time at the beginning of tonights show. And yes we had a few calls from our local squidbillie cyber trolls. lol My favorite caller however was Mr. Solution. He knows how to dialogue in a way that allows the host and the caller to not sound as if we are argueing or warring but we simply are having a constuctive interactive exchange of information, ideas, and thoughts that allow those who are listening in to be edified while they learn, so I definitly hope he calls back so I can throw some of my original questions at him which where, why is it that the destructive Black male is so visual and out front in Black neighborhoods while the good law abiding Black men, Fathers, business owners ect... seem to (always) be the invisible silent types? Has the good Black mans good reputation been used against them by their more rambunctious, minstrel cooning street wise brethren? Are responsible elite Black men out there handling their business as visualy and publically as those they claim to be the thugs, shyters, pimps and hustlers are? It seems that Black men with all the wisdom and knowledge on how to live a civilized, balanced,drama free life are keeping those SECRETS to themselves huh? Someone even mentioned on FB that nobody listens to married men. So I would like to know if this imbalance of the good Black man vs the devious ones, harming the image of Black men as a whole? Does it cause their women to see them as WEAKER, and the world to lump all of them into one boat? Join us for part II. ooohhhh i can't wait.
Yes, there are somethings we simply don't know about men. But on this show, we are going to address some of the things men say they want us to know about them. And perhaps even ask them on live on air. Fun and informative show that you will not want to miss.
(2 Sam 23:8 KJV) These be the names of the mighty men whom David had: The Tachmonite that sat in the seat, chief among the captains; the same was Adino the Eznite: he lift up his spear against eight hundred, whom he slew at one time.
(2 Sam 23:9 KJV) And after him was Eleazar the son of Dodo the Ahohite, one of the three mighty men with David, when they defied the Philistines that were there gathered together to battle, and the men of Israel were gone away:
(2 Sam 23:10 KJV) He arose, and smote the Philistines until his hand was weary, and his hand clave unto the sword: and the LORD wrought a great victory that day; and the people returned after him only to spoil.
Show yesterday was awesome. I would like to thank everyone that listened, the guest in the chat room and our caller out of Maryland, Greg. Some of what Greg said on the show yesterday got me to thinking. Especially when he said that it was not the resposibility of good Black men to check and or rid their communities of the crafty con artist type Black males. Of course this logic is shocking to me and I was wondering just how many other good Black men feel the way Greg does? Why is it that the destructive Black male is so visual and out front in Black neighborhoods while the good law abiding Black man, Fathers, Business owners ect... seem to (always) be the invisible silent types? Someone on FB even said that nobody listens to the married men. Again I want to know, Why? Has the good Black mans good reputation been used against them by their more rambunctious, minstrel cooning street wise brethren? Are responsible elite Black men out there handling their business as visualy and publically as those they claim to be the thugs, shyters, pimps and players are? It seems that Black men with all the wisdom and knowledge on how to live a civilized, drama free life are keeping those SECRETS to themselves huh? So I would like to know if this imbalance of the good Black man vs the devious ones, harming the image of Black men as a whole? Does it cause their women to see them as WEAKER. And the world to lump all of them into one box? Tonight I want Black men (only) to call in and answer these questions. ooohhhh i can't wait.
Since 2009, Joshua Pompey has been helping struggling online daters succeed with online dating and form meaningful relationships at a success rate of over 99%. In addition to free advice and the many websites that he writes columns for, Joshua runs an online dating profile writing service, has written five e-books, and offers coaching services for online daters. Joshua will be speaking about how to write an online profile that attracts the men you desire.
Tonight we will discuss in detail if Queens are just doing what has to be done or are they just to indendent for their own good? This topic can go either way so join us at 8pmCST while Brother Aaron Jordan is live from Las Vegas.
BARRIERS (Blocks, Challenges, Obstacles)
What barriers can keep us from God and others?
BIBLE READING: Matthew 8:5-13
KEY BIBLE VERSE: When Jesus heard this, he was astonished and said to those following him, “I tell you the truth, I have not found anyone in Israel with such great faith.” (Matthew 8:10, niv)
Life is full of natural and artificial barriers. The centurion could have let many obstacles stand between him and Jesus—pride, doubt, money, language, distance, time, self-sufficiency, power, race. But he didn’t. If he did not let these barriers block his approach to Jesus, we don’t need to either. What keeps you from Christ?
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