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Tune in Saturday September 13th 2014 @ 8:00 pm est as we will be interviewing Chambers County's own 19 year old rap artist phenom "Raps Well" he will be on the show to talk about his upcoming album and debut his hot new single off the album titled "88" . At 19 years of age he's already starting to make his mark, He won mixtape of the year at the down south independent music awards. The mixtape is on www.datpif.com named "sofa king dope" an his upcoming album is entitled "Last Weekend" If you have questions for this young man please call in and show some love.
Check out his video "88" on Youtube by clicking on the link below and tell us what you think.
Right after the show we will jump right into the topic, The 3Kings vs. The Court of Public Opinion. We will be discussing a topic that has dominated all of the news media for the past week and that the NFL/Ray Rice/Domestic Violence. Should Roger Goodell be asked to resign? Should Ray Rice get a second chance at redemption? Is it ever okay for a man to hit a woman? All of the questions and more will be answered. Call 347-857-3911 @ 8:00pm est Call early to get your seat, because it will be standing room only!!
Christina Burke resident and Baltimore Ravens season-ticket holder displayed the Ray Rice jersey she wore not so much as a matter of pride but as a show of her belief in fairness and redemption.
"I still support Ray Rice," Burke said at a tailgate outside of the stadium. "I just don't believe one action or mistake should define a person." Call in to the show @ 347-857-3911 tell us what you think!
“Mentoring is critical if we intend to address much of the pain, abuse and abandonment that African American males suffer from. While we struggle to find mentors for young African American males, it is equally important to locate the fathers of these young brothers. A young boy’s first mentor should be his father and the other men in his family. Responsible fatherhood must be viewed as a necessary action step to begin the healing process among African American males.”
What can we do?
As I examined this problem and searched for strategies that we could implement, one thing struck me in particular—the reality that approximately 50 percent of black children in the United States live in households without a father figure present (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012). I began to ask myself, Who is going to provide boys with the proper male guidance, direction, leadership, and structure that they desperately need? I want our youth to see adult males who is striving to fulfill their own potential and who is also committed to the growth and development of the younger generation. If our young boys had men in their lives whom they could relate to and identify with, they would look at their education differently and the probability for their success would increase exponentially.
Tune in tonight Saturday Oct. 11th 2014 at 8:30 pm est. We will be discussing various topics that are trending in the news right now. For example Ebola, Todd Gurley, Midterm elections, Mike Brown etc. Afterwards we will open up the floor for callers to call in with their relationship questions as we kick off our new Relationship Segment ( What Men & Women Want)! courtesy of the 3 Kings. Ladies quit getting relationship advice from other women that does not help you at ALL!!!! Call in to our show @ 347-857-3911 and get some good sound advice from someone not of the same sex. I mean cmon ladies, women can't tell you what men want so stop asking them. We would also love to hear what women want for the guys that will be listening.
Tonight we will have a live and entertaining show! Please join us in our chatroom via our website at www.the3kingsapproach.com You can also join the chatroom via blogtalk.
In a relationship, the woman likes to be made a priority. She wants to feel important to you! There may be times where she expects you to put her needs before your own. The side chick is willing to accept being in second place. She is less likely to require priority treatment or excessive quality time. Author, Michael Baisden wrote, “Many women today are so desperate for a man they will accept that he’s married, living with another woman, or has several other women. As one woman told me, “A piece of a man is better than no man!” In addition to their willingness for second best, they may be freakiest in the bedroom as compared to the main chick. I have tons of married friends with limits in the bedroom; however I have tons of single friends who have no limits. I wouldn’t say that my single friends are willing to be side chicks, but I noticed that we are more willing to do things just to prove that they are wife material. Girlfriends or wives often “get too comfortable” which is a nicer way of saying they lose what got them their boyfriend or husband in the first place. When a woman gets comfortable she often gains weight or doesn’t make an effort to keep herself sexy. The side chick who hopes to one day take the spot as the main chick will always be at her best! It is because of their competitive nature that they are also willing to do for him what the girlfriend or wife will refuse to do. Another reason is the side chick may tolerate the lies and cheating that comes with a man who has side chicks. A wife or girlfriend is less likely to accept this which is why most side relationships are kept a secret.
Do people cheat because of something wrong in the relationship or is it something deep inside the cheater’s personality that leads them to stray? If a cheater cheats on one partner, will they also cheat on the next? Can you ever really trust a cheater? Should you even try? When it comes to cheating there are no easy answers.
Why Do People Cheat?
If you ask a cheater why they cheated they will most likely try to blame their infidelity on the relationship, the circumstances surrounding the affair, the person they cheated with or even the person they cheated on. They rarely blame themselves.
Most cheaters know that what they did was wrong and feel the need to justify their bad behavior. They will have a variety of excuses ranging from impairment to something lacking in their partner, but in the end they cheated because they wanted to. Try as they might to give a good reason for their behavior they rarely have one.
People who cheat do so because of something inside of them. Nothing another person does can make a cheater cheat. No matter how unhappy a relationship may be a cheater makes a choice to deal with that unhappiness by cheating. They have nobody to blame but themselves.
Tune in to The Approach with the 3Kings as we discuss the upcoming football season. Call in your SuperBowl and NCAA Championship predictions. We will talk about your favorite college football teams and your expections from them this upcoming season. Also who will be the dark horse for the Heisman Trophy this year. What NFL teams will make the playoffs this year that did not make it last year?? Who will be crowned the NFC South Champs? Will Derrell Revis reclaim "Revis Island"? Who will be the fantasy studs this year? Will the Raiders be a different team with Schaub at QB! What team on the MADDEN 2015 will be used the most?? Who will be catching balls from Sir Cam in Charlotte? All these questions and more will be answered on our show Saturday August 2nd @ 8:30 p.m. est Call in 347-857-3911 and join our live chat room www.the3kingsapproach.com...... Also visit our website and check out the DNA mixtape presented by CLASSIC TAPES. Also post your "REALLY" comments under the really section. We want you all to participate lets have some fun with this, talk trash, support your team# WARDAMNEAGLE
There’s a lot of FRICTION between black men and black women. We can lie to ourselves and pretend that the problem is not there, or we can do something to try and address this problem. What I’m trying to do is create a dialogue, so that we can take a look at this problem.
These are some BLACK MEN that date, and marry outside of their race.
I notice that a lot of brothers are now dating Asian women, and there’s nothing wrong with that because when two people are in love, their skin color shouldn’t matter.
These are some good brothers, there’s no question about that, but I’ve often heard Black men complain about Black women hot temper, and their attitude. A few weeks ago I was talking to some brothers, and they said man I love sisters, but it seems like they are never satisfied.
With that being said when we look at these pictures, then we have to ask this question--------is it possible that some sisters, are driving brothers away?
The very first thing that we bring to the table of relationship is ourselves, and along with that comes our ego. With our ego in play we tend to protect our own interests, often forestalling those of our partner. One of the keys to developing a cooperative relationship is communication. We always hear about how the lack of communication in relationship makes for difficult going, and there are more than enough folks fostering advice about how to better that communication. What we tend not to look at is why that communication falters in the first place.
It falters, in part, because we tell ourselves stories based on our assumptions, expectations and ideas about the way the world works. These assumptions, expectations and ideas form our model of the world. That model gives us our own unique and, not unpredictably selfish, perspective. This perspective is selfishness in its purest form; it stifles our ability to see things from another person's point of view, and almost demands the imposition of ego that can become so toxic.
Making clear, authentic statements about how we feel, what we're thinking or what we think you heard someone else say can help us get in front of that self-defeating storytelling.
Transparency - If you are prepared to say the words and ask the questions, you also need to be prepared to answer them. Cooperation conveys a level playing field, and that means no hidden agendas, no little deceptions, no little white lies and no sins of omission. Clarity is crucial because even the most subtle shift can quickly turn a playing field into a battlefield.
Tune in tonight at 8:30 pm est. 347-857-3911 We will have an open forum tonight to talk about whatever is on your mind. No matter what it is, no topic is off limits. Please call in with your energy and passion. The 3 Kings are ready. Ladies and Gents what are some of the conversations you found yourself involved in this week? Please call in and share. #Barber/BeautyShopsconvo.
Dream killers are people who constantly shoot down your aspirations with harsh negativity. I learned that when people can’t see themselves reaching for the stars they can’t, or rather don’t, want to see you reaching them as well. These dream killers can be friends, family or acquaintances. When you share your goals with these people all they can do is tell you everything that could go wrong and how unattainable success really is. The sad thing is that some of the dream killers don’t really offer these words of “wisdom” with malice, but see themselves as just being “realistic.” They feel that dreams are not reality and therefore it is there job to bring you back down to earth with their cynicism. Others believe they are simply warning you that things don’t always go the way you want and that you should be prepared for disappointment. Then we have the regular old haters who realize that you have a great idea and admire your ambition, but they can’t fathom the idea of supporting you.
The way to avoid dream killers is by keeping your dreams to yourself. Let your work and eventual success speak for you. Others will be surprised when they discover how well you are doing and you will simply chuckle to yourself because this was part of your plan all the time.
We never really know what others think of u. In all actuality, the negativity is a sign of how they view themselves because they can’t offer encouragement for something that they can’t see themselves doing. They are complacent with being mediocre and can’t understand those who want to go beyond the status quo.
Sometimes it is best to keep your dreams to yourself and allow them to manifest in secret without being contaminated with poison from dream killers.
When women cheat, it’s often considered a scandal, and never has cheating been as easy as it is now, when finding a willing partner is a click or a phone tap away.
But what drives women to cheat? And do they stray as much and for the same reasons as men?
Katherine, whose name has been changed, said she and her husband were married for 14 years. After undergoing major weight loss and multiple plastic surgeries, she began looking for excitement outside of what she said was a stale marriage and turned to AshleyMadison.com, the notorious dating website for “casual encounters.”
“I was feeling very lonely one night,” Katherine said. “I was bored, on my phone in the parking lot, sitting in my car, pulled up AshleyMadison, and decided to open my first profile to see what would happen.”
AshleyMadison.com’s motto is “life is short, have an affair.” Noel Biderman, the author of "Adultropology: The Cyber-Anthropology Behind Infidelity," started the site more than 10 years ago. He said he makes more than $40 million a month from it.