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Thursday, August 14th I'll be releasing my new FREE E-book, Not-so-Patiently Waiting The E-Edtion. In it I discuss dating, relationships and the importance of self reflection. I'll also be starting an online Book Club in which readers can share their responses to the Reflection Questions at the end of each chapter.
In this episode I'll be reading a chapter of the book entitled Baby Mama Drama. So often we find relationships that result in child conception and subsequently baby mama/daddy drama. These people become bitter enemies and bash each other incessantly. It is the children who suffer the most. Let's talk about this phenomenon and how to end it.
Visit thedreamgirlblog.wordpress.com for your copy of the E-book and to participate in the NSPW Book Club.
Join host Arelia Johnson as she delves into a conversation about women raising babies, balancing a budget, and maintaining a home. Listen in as she asks her audience the question: are you a baby mama or a triumphant mother?
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These days... baby mama's are confused. They don't know which position is theirs. Are you the side line? Sometimes. Are you the wife? Most definately not. Are you the girlfriend? Every other day. Ahhhh... so that must mean you're the BABY MAMA! Don't worry, baby mama, I'll fix you up and have you on your way in know time. When I'm done with you, you'll know the difference between your position and theirs.
Stay tuned, y'all!!
We always talk about how to be a better father, or about deadbeat fathers, so today we are going to talk about the difference between your "Baby Mama and the Mother of your Children." There is a strong difference in the two and we will let you know.
We also will tell you 10 signs that you are on your way to "Baby Mama" status and how to avoid it.
Host/Producer: Erica Brady
Co-Host: Syreeta Jones
Join your girl Queenfg on Love, Lies, and Relationships Radio for a very interesting conversation about baby mama/daddy vs single mother/father.
In my own opinion and personal experience there is a HUGE difference between the two. For example baby mamas/daddies interfere in the new relationship that the other parent may have begun with some one new but a single mother/father will have a civil conversation in regards to new people being introduced into their child's/children's life (lives) and work something out that is equally beneficial not only to the other party but the child as well.
Feel free to call into the show and give your perspective, thoughts, opinions, and experiences. Hopefully you will be able to confidently know if you are a baby mama/daddy or a single mother/father.
And as always...Keep on loving...Stop the lying...and Grow your relationships #LLR
Have you ever heard, "He's a f*cking deadbeat!" or "That b*tch is crazy!"?
If so, tune in this week for Playing Devil's Advocate™ - hosted by Ms. KiKi as they turn the conversation of " baby mama/baby daddy drama" upside down. Be sure to join the conversation and share your thoughts on the many situations & issues that would cause a parent to say "he has never paid child support!" or "she won't let me see my kid!" when speaking about their child's other parent!
And if that's not enough we have our Producer's "Drink of the Week", and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or in our interactive chat room or LIVE on-air Wed night!
ALL VIEWS WELCOME!!
Playing Devil’s Advocate™
Uncensored, Unscripted, UNAPOLOGETIC!!!
This show is for women who have children by a man that may have children with or be in a relationship with another woman. It is about how to deal situations that may arise in a peaceful matter for the good of the children. It offers conflict resolution as well as resources and coping tips for women. Men are welcome too, as it takes some cooperation from the baby daddies as well.
Communication is the key for any human to relate to another. However, there exists another level of difficulty when there are children involved and parents find themselves in the throws of Baby Mama|Daddy Drama. Scores of books to include “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” by John Grey have encourage a conversation on how men and women are different, thus communicate in very unique and other times misinterpret ways. In this book, John provides a practical and proven way for men and women to communicate better by acknowledging the differences between them.
On the show we will address 1) Why is it difficult for men and women to communicated when children are involved, 2) Who is responsible for good communication, 3) solutions to better communications between mothers and fathers and 4) how to get men to talk when it seems hopeless.
OUR GUEST: Cassandra Mack, MSW is the founder and President of Strategies for Empowered Living Inc. a New York based personal development company that offers educational workshops, coaching programs, consultation services and products designed to help people succeed in life and grow. For more information visit her on the web at: www.strategiesforemp