SORT BY Relevancy
Juvenile delinquency is a pressing problem in America, with a rise in the number of
single parents that are raising children without the financial, emotional, and relational help of
another adult. Unlike studies conducted in the past, many researchers have begun to focus on the
influence of a father-figure, not just the influence of the mother on his/her child. Whether the
quality of relationship or amount of time that is spend with a father-figure has a positive impact
is unknown. However, it is clear that the subjects who have been adjudicated are in need of
effective prevention and programming efforts.
It is important to empathize that father-absence does not necessarily lead to delinquency,
developmental deficits, and/or render the child with an absent father-figure inferior in
psychological functioning to the child with a present father-figure in their lives. Children who
have absent-fathers are far from a homogeneous group with almost an infinite number of patterns
that can be specified. Many factors need to be considered in evaluating the father-absent
situation including the length of separation from the father, type of separation, cause of
separation, the child’s age and gender, the child’s constitutional characteristics, the mother’s
reaction to the father’s absence, the quality of mother-child interactions, the family’s
socioeconomic status, and the availability of surrogate models.
The number of family risks to which children are exposed often best predicts how well
children will be able to adjust in the world and conform to social norms.
John 5:19-30 "I can only do what I see my father doing."
Where are the absent fathers in this day and age? Young men as well as women need their natural fathers as a role model. I know that some of these young people father may have died but where are the men that will take the place of the absentee father,
The philosophy of non-violence is not one of fear but of fearlessness in the face of violence. Much of the violence in the urban community is self inflicted by yesterday's neglected, rejected and abused children who have now come of age and are terrorizing the neighborhoods with senseless violence. The adults who draw youth into organized crime capitalize on broken homes, absent fathers and overwhelmed mothers and grandmothers. The evil of guns and drugs is just as deadly as police with fire hoses and attack dogs in keeping communities in a state of terror. Can Dr. King's strategy of non-violent direct confrontation work in ridding neighborhoods of street violence? How? Community Activist, Coach and Candidate for 20th Ward Alderman Ernest Radcliff explains how his nonviolent work with youth has been successful.
in Self Help
January 29, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Happiness, Love and Lost Identity: Have Your Genetic Roots Affected Your Being?
INTERVIEW GUEST: Dr. Catana Tully
Dr. Catana Tully was born at the mouth of a Central American jungle river in Guatemala. She grew up trilingual (German, Spanish & English) and as a young Caribbean raised by wealthy German expatriates. Catana’s life’s experiences span cultures and continents. She obtained a world-class education, became an actress, a sparkling fashion model and then, later in life, a tenured Associate Professor at SUNY Empire State College. Catana holds a BA in Cultural Studies, an MA in Latin American and Caribbean Literature and a DA (Doctor of Arts) in Humanistic Studies. She is also the author of “Split at the Root: A memoir of Love and Lost Identity.”
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
When a new baby arrives, relatives love to spot resemblances. She has her father's eyes, her mother's mouth, grandmother's nose and so on. So, it seems logical, when trying to guess ancestry, to home in on appearances. But, of course, today’s researchers use our genes to more accurate define our ancestry. However, a new study by UK and Australian psychologists also suggests that while happiness in life reflects personal circumstances, having the right genetic mix is equally important. According to Kathleen Hall of Preventive Medicine, "We are wired for happiness from the beginning. Researchers believe that about 50 to 70 percent of our happiness and optimism come from our genes. Maybe you can look at your parents and family members to see why you are laughing." But, what if you grew up not knowing your birth parents and family? How would you understand your love and your happiness? Do you know how your genetic roots have affected your being?
Republic News Network Host Bob Barnet welcomes Wolf (Christopher Wolf), for an in depth discussion of lawfully reestablishing constitutional government within your county. The focus will be The Committees of Safety 1775.
The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States. The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. We do this by engaging our guests, the behind the scenes movers and shakers in America. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.
Our RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 9pm EDT/6pm PDT
Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.
Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions.
Tom DeWeese from American Policy Center will be the guest on WOBC Radio. For over 45 years Tom DeWeese has been a businessman, grassroots activist, writer and publisher. As such, he has always advocated a firm belief in man's need to keep moving forward while protecting our Constitutionally-guaranteed rights. Today he serves as Founder and President of the American Policy Center and editor of The DeWeese Report and author of the book "Now Tell Me I Was Wrong." Tom has appeared on such national programs including Fox News and the Michael Reagan Show, and quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. Tom DeWeese was one of the first to voice concern over the radical agenda of the environmental movement and to question its motives. Since 1992 he has been sounding the alarm against the UN's Agenda 21 and its policy of Sustainable Development as a threat to private property rights, free markets and American sovereignty and independence. He was listed in the "Outstanding Young Men of America in 1981 and 1982 and was added to the National Registry of Who's Who in 2000.
Almost a year after Michael Sam came out as gay, the topics of gays in the NFL is all but absent at this year's Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. We examine why this is. Cyd Zeigler, who is using Outsports' first Super Bowl credential, is down in Phoenix for a live report.
Also, we examine the gayest logos in NFL history. Our story that ranked the top 3 has gone viral and opened a debate about how far gays can go to laugh at themselves.
What would you say the likelihood is that first marriages will end in divorce would you say?
Do you think that people who marry young are doomed for failure?
Do you think that most people's expectations of what marriage will be like is realistic or unrealistic?
When a marriage ends in divorce, how much time needs to pass before a person starts to recover from the emotional stress and can consider re-marrying?
What makes a couple decide to marry each other again after divorcing? Would you do it? Could you do it? Know someone who has done it ?
What about people who marry more than twice? Do you think that they put enough though into their decision to marry?
Would you get into a serious relationship with someone who married more than twice? Would you consider marrying them if the situation was right?
Do people treat people who have had multiple marriages the way they treat people that have multiple baby mothers and fathers of their kids? Is any of it fair?
What age do you think a person should marry in order to ensure the success of a marriage? Is there such a an age?
What about non-legal marriages? Is there a big difference between marrying by the state and marrying by God?
We will explore these things as well as many other thing concerning marriages. Don't miss this one whether you're married, want to be married or have gotten divorced.
Passionate, Intimate, and Life Changing is the best way to describe the virtuous and dynamic spirit of Kristin Rader. With a life full of charisma and passion to worship, she only knew one way to fully serve God, with her voice.
With years of experience and vocal training, Kristin has given her life to perfect her instrument. After High School she knew she wanted to pursue higher education and that no other path would leave her more fulfilled than training herself in her passion. Kristin went on to earn a collegiate vocal scholarship and was given the opportunity to sing in multiple countries around the world such as Ireland, England, Wales, Bahamas, and Mexico. After graduating from Lee University, she had the privilege of being apart of of the prestigious Chattanooga Symphony Opera Chorus.
As a teenager, Kristin found herself struck in the midst of tragedy. Her life was turned upside down with news that her father was diagnosed with Cancer. He was taken to be with the Lord three weeks later. Before he left her however, he imparted wisdom that will forever be engraved in her heart. After this tragedy, Kristin's mother went through a period of deep dark depression. She was now left with the emptiness of loosing her father, and dealing with the effects of her mothers struggles.
Attempting to cope with the devastation of her fathers death and mothers trials, she had no other place to turn other than God. Through the wisdom of her father, and the strength of her Heavenly Father, Kristin used this tragedy to strengthen her faith and hope in the Lord.
Through these trials, Kristin was given an amazing opportunity. She now has the ability to use her story as a means of expression to show triumph and victory over dark circumstances.
With life focused on music, she had one dream, to use her gifts to reach believers and unbelievers. “I want my music to be an outlet of encouragement to everyone who hears it.
Join Host Live Chats
- High Frequency Radio Network (89 chatters)
- The Patch and Switch Show (25 chatters)
- WGAG Radio (16 chatters)
- Jay King Network (11 chatters)
- BRENDABRADSHAW (8 chatters)
- The Networking Diva Hour (5 chatters)
- Communities Digital News Hours (3 chatters)
- Heavenly World Network (3 chatters)
- SEXY in Charlotte (2 chatters)
- Triple Dark (2 chatters)
- Amy Peikoff (2 chatters)
- PA Independent Living (2 chatters)
- Lets Ask the Angels (2 chatters)
- Male MilSpouse Radio Show (2 chatters)
- Men Lets Talk (1 chatters)
- Ms Computer Lady (1 chatters)
- Cynthia Andrews (1 chatters)
- Denise Griffitts (1 chatters)
- Rick Sterling (1 chatters)
- Barbara Grace Reynolds (1 chatters)