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Heather Smith and Stephanie Richardson, hosts of The Good Girl's Guide to Being Wrong, begin with the question, 'Can you be grateful for what you have AND still ask for more?' and explore how having gratitude means never regretting your past.
The Good Girl's Guide to Being Wrong and Happy is a quirky exploration of the world and what's possible, with two Certified Facilitators of Access Consciousness who laugh too much and have too much fun.
(Frustration Usually Goes Give It Time) My mom taught me to only apologize when I have done something wrong on unitentionally caused harm to someone else. Going after my dreams and continuing to find ways to be a better person is not something I, or anyone, should be apologizing for. Today we give ourselves permission to be amazing and release the negativity of others that comes with doing so. Special Guest Adam Lewis Walker!
Adam Lewis Walker is one of the UK’s key figures on Conditioning, Performance and Lifestyle. As a Master Coach Mentor he fuses his knowledge of Athletic Body Transformations and a Successful Mindset in a way that helps others achieve more in the four key areas of life.
His #1 Bestselling book "The New Rules of Success" showcased Adam and a group of experts who illustrate the success that can be found in the new economy. They each illustrate their success with accomplishments that give them the authority and credibility to act as guide, tutor or mentor.
After teaching in schools and competing internationally as an athlete for over a decade. In 2008 Adam suffered a life changing Polevault accident resulting in multiple operations on his knee and was treated for bouts of depression. Within two years, Adam bounced back to represent GB in sitting volleyball and re-focused to help more people achieve THEIR success. Most importantly he is proud parent to two sons Dylan and Harrison with his wife Christina, just south of London in England.
Apologizing is the most underrated action we can take. Sometimes we apologize to not have to go any further in a discussion. Sometimes we do not know why we are apologizing, yet we know it will make things somewhat better so we do it. What happens when we apologize from the heart? What happens to the other soul and what happens to your own soul? What does it say about us when we can apologize and then recover and grow on? Join in Conversation today at 3:30 PM, PST.
Will actor Tom Hanks add publisher to his resume? Who is sharing naked pictures of Jada Pinkett Smith online? Why is the NYPD looking for "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star Joseline Hernandez? Why is Lena Dunham apologizing over a passage in her book? And is Jay Leno returning to The Tonight Show? Tune in to That's Entertainment! Your #1 source for entertainment news and pop culture, every Wednesday afternoon, with your host Tammy Jones-Gibbs at 1pm ETon www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656
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How many times have you found yourself in conversations where someone brings up their painful past? It’s the broken record that comes up again and again and all the apologies in the world never seem to make it go away. So why do people do this? And more importantly, what can be done to put the past to rest?
Here’s what’s going on: When a person brings up the past, there is often something they want or need in the present. It’s evidence of what they need right now. It’s a here-and-now problem, not a past problem. That is why apologizing doesn’t work.
Regardless of what happened before, the person bringing up the past is feeling something similar now. They may feel hurt, unloved, insecure, misunderstood, or distrustful right now just like they felt before. They are trying to communicate to you what they need right now. Most likely, what they need is for you to understand how they feel in the present or what they need to change.
Unfortunately, many people do not communicate their needs directly. Some people may not even know what they need. Instead, many people express their needs in the form of complaints. “I need more attention” may come out as, “You never spend time with me,” which would naturally cause you to feel defensive. But defending yourself won’t work because the issue isn’t really about you.
Here are some things you can do to begin to overcome bitterness.
2. Make a plan
3. Stop Dwelling and Retelling
4. Seek Grace
5. Seek Professional Help
Schools no longer have prayer,work places don't allow religion to be discussed or post things having to do with it. Lawsuits are brought by atheist and the moral fiber of America is being shredded. Why has a country based on God allowed it to be removed and given in to groups that don't respect those beliefs. It's time to dig in and talk about it
Main Topic: Religious Hypocrisy in America
Side Topics: Delaware Colonoscopy patient suing over the attire he found himself in when awakening from anesthesia. NJ man charged with crime for catching his food. Bono reveals why he wears glasses all the time whilst apologizing for horrid forced iTunes album release. EbolaCzar update: who is this super villain? Fangate.... it's a thing... & it's stupid. Think lapel cams will prevent insane police brutality? Wrong again.
All This in 30 Minutes!!
The new Edward Snowden movie premiers.
The Obama WH covered up the Secret Service prostitution scandal.
The Clinton WH got rid of "stalker" Monica Lewinsky and found her a new job.
Keith Olbermann sent a mash note to Bill Clinton apologizing for media who dared cover the LEwinsky scandal!
If you don't stop gay marriage, Mike Huckabee is taking his ball and going home.
Gwyneth Paltrow is more useless than...
Raven-Symone is not gay and not an African-American.
The TV ratings may be all wrong!
Correction: I made an error in the Raven-Symone story. She was indeed on the Cosby show but she played Olivia- not Rudy!
Join us this sunday as we discuss a recent article featured on Urban SocialitesColorless Words: The art of the apology and the communication breakdown.
Last Summer Pharrell Williams released the song Happy, which was on his highly anticipated 2013 album Girl but also featured on the Despicable Me 2 Soundtrack. This song defined a summer and bought the concept of intentional happiness to lives of many. On the other hand this song played so often that hearing it made some people want to do anything but be happy. Repetition can remove the passion from a song and too much repetition removes the color from the lyrics, ultimately becoming a series of colorless words. It can become this way with apologies as well. Hearing I am sorry over and over again hijacks our trust instincts, wears on your ability to authentically forgive and can force us to wonder if the apology is meaningful or a just another means to an end.
1) Say “I need to apologize”
It is important to actually apologize. Some people will try to avoid actually saying I’m sorry due to their egos. Apologizing is about suspending your ego.
2) “I am apologizing for …”
Being able to acknowledge verbally and describe your offense is true accountability. Practice separately step 1 and step 2 some people will have the tendency to mush these together but they should be practiced as two separate steps.
3) “Will you forgive me?”
It is critical that you ask to be forgiven this also reinforces that you are willing to be held accountable and it highlights that this about a relationship and not just one-person feelings.
4) “what can I do to atone for my mistake.”
For the complete article check Urban Socialite on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/urbansocialites?ref=bookmarks 3pm Friday October 3rd or Intimacy and colour Facebook page.
Well the New York Comic Con is just a few days away and it's time for another Grindhouse Mixtape (The Comic Shoppe+Afronerd Radio) broadcast-this Saturday at 6pm EST. And were expecting noted writer/filmmaker, David Walker to stop by to discuss his latest Shaft project with Dynamite Comics. So check out your Podcast Avengers-Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they unravel the following issues: the latest rumor concerning the highly anticipated J.J. Abrams' helmed Star Wars reboot (hint it has something to do with Luke Skywalker); the crew give their breakdown of the latest in fall season TV shows (Resurrection, Sleepy Hollow, Scorpion, Korra, Blacklist, SHIELD, etc); Do the Adam Sandler and Crouching Tiger Netflix deals spell the death knell for theater owners? ; and what sounds like a definite 21st century problem, who inherits your digital estate when you meet your maker (if you believe in an afterlife)?; was DC/Warner correct in apologizing for licensed t-shirts that many interpreted as sexist? ; a White lesbian couple sues a sperm bank for a mixup with a Black donor; Dburt continues his rant about NYC liberalism vs accepted thug life in the DeBlasio administration; is the Secret Service really incompetent or are they setting up the nation's first Black president for a tragic fall?; and lastly, Dburt has multiple anecdotes about Dr. Henry L. Gates' geneaology specials, Louis Armstrong and Dr. Charles Drew-if time permits. Call live at 646-915-9620.
"I believe there’s something inherently dangerous when something real becomes mythic. Because when faced with a myth we can’t win. So the mythic must be exposed for what it is. So we can believe in ourselves. Because it’s only what’s in us…the drive to be mythic…that matters." -Lex Luthor
How important are apologies to you? Are you willing to apologize?
Believe it or not a lot of people are not good at accepting apologies. Just the same, people are not always comfortable apologizing. How important are apologies in a relationship? What if there's too much apologizing? Could that be a red flag?
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