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Quite often Christians do not practice what they preach. As per the Divine inspiration that I receive from the Lord, A true Christian servant would never practice the "art" of backstabbing. We must be responsible to the Lord and our neighbors for all our actions not only the ones veiwed by those neighbors. Remember the Lord sees all and knows all. Backstabbing behavior only hurts the perpitrator.
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On this episode of SWAG Radio, Yara Kaleemah will be chopping it up with Shelli Marie, author of Meesha, Myself and I and the Rose City Chick Series.
Shelli Marie was born and raised in an urban neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. After graduating from Benson Polytechnic High School, she moved to Washington where she attended the Art and Fashion Institute of Seattle. After a failed marriage, she dropped out of school and moved back to Portland and began to hustle in order to provide for her family. Desiring a change in her life and a better education for her children, she relocated to Arizona, where she currently lives with three of her four children.
Shelli Marie started to read quite often, with her main interest being urban fiction. She could relate to it. “With a good book you can get all the hot and steamy stuff along with a great plot, not to mention, you can put any face you want on the characters.”
In 2012, Shelli began to take time out to write. Although it was a great challenge for her, she was anxious to chase her dreams. The writing style Shelli Marie possesses is quite different from most Urban Fiction Authors. When she pens her novels, she takes portions of her life and the lives of her closest friends, combines them and adds some fire, to create exceptional stories. The love for a good ‘take me away’ book is why Shelli Marie continues to write. She keeps it juicy, but ensures an easy flow for the most challenged readers. Although Shelli Marie originated as an indie author, she signed with Leo Sullivan of Sullivan Productions, LLC in July 2013. She’s known for: “Meesh” (series), Rose City Chic (series), and co-authored “Backstabbing and Payback B*#ches” (series) with Author Teruka B.
Tonights show will touch on all the basis of how people go around backstabbing others, lying to your face, lying to your friends, and all they want to do is take YOUR place, and anything else that goes with it. Shaddy people are every where and this is your moment to vent!!!! So call in and be heard...
Why Can't Some Women Get Along? It seems in some cases the claws come out, even before the introductions!!!
Wretchedness ... Ratchetness!
Jealousy & Envy.
Tonight, we talk about the thin line between love and hate and the 'womanly' relationship some women choose to share with other women...cloaked in lies and deceit. Why is it such a competitiveness between women, and or a lack of trust between many? Regardless of race.
Is it greed?
Is it insecurity?
Is it the passion and the need to be number one in everything?? Knowing full well that the diversity and numbers within women cultures, talents and beauty are infinite?
Is it a lack of self love that creates opportunities to bully others... being the Mean Girl?
Or... is it just a case of just being trifling?
We all have encountered these types. Tonight we talk about it, and ways to counter-act or deal with obnoxious vixens.
Join YOUR HOSTS > Betty Lewis & Diamond Ryan as we get LIVE AFTER DARK!
Another week, another trifle to contend with as the behind the scene soap opera continues in studio. How will the triumvirate sanction their former producer for his transgressions? Did you know if you're Asian and living in Sweden you can get away with drunk driving? According to Charles Barkley it's now okay for African Americans to participate in Beer Pong. All that and much more on this week's show live from ESB Brewing in Tampa, Florida! Join us from 7-9PM!
Join the dynamic team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen as they discuss current events surrounding Community Action Partners and the agency Crossing Barriers.
1. Black leadership in the metro are at each other throats. The backstabbing has reached and all time high. Tonight our team gives you an exlusive look at the current coonery in the Twin cities.
2. Minneapolis Urban League and NAACP remain silent and non-confrontational on "equity" in the Twin Cities.
3. The MNGOP Convention is this weekend. They hope to win in November, but tonight a GOP delegate tells you why they will not.
4. Don't look know, the joker is back in Minneapolis.
5. Council on Black Minnesotans has their 2014 Economic Summit planned for June 27-28 at the Carlson School of Business.
5. Don't miss this program!
Some women swear off friendships with other women because of distrust, bad past experiences or the perception that women simply cannot get along. Others cannot imagine their lives without close female companionship whether their close connections are with the women in their families, sororities or friendship circles.
This episode explores sisterhood; what it is and how it impacts a woman's life. Listeners will have an opportunity to share their opinions on the topic and discuss how sisterhood adds to or detracts from their happiness.
Many of the shows that portray black women show them as mean, loud, selfish, and unlady like to say the least. Some examples are "Housewives of Atlanta", "Love and Hip-Hop", and "Basketball Wives". These reality shows depict Black women at bars and restaurants taking pictures of food and drinks, cheering among themselves for attention, backstabbing each other, and getting into cat fights about nothing. Is this just hype for tv shows, or is this the type of women men encounter, in the dating world? Listen to the discussion on how these images of women, create barriers and issues between men and women when trying to date
Setting The Tone Radio LIVE is going in! Let's talk about BACKSTABBERS! Text us NOW at 404-590-4STT if you want to share a story on-air this Sunday!
Do the majority of backstabbers do it out of insecurity (underlying lack of self esteem) and fear within themselves? Or is it solely out of selfishness and for personal gain?
Do women do it to each other more than men?
Do you have any personal experiences involving friends, a lover or coworkers? (Call and tell us at 646-200-0246)
Why are female relationships described in this way? Should “Sisterhood” & “Support” be the keywords used instead?
Tune in this week for Playing Devil's Advocate™ as Ms. KiKi and the crew will explore the relationships between women, why they don’t seem to work and what happens when these relationships go horribly bad!
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!
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Playing Devil’s Advocate™
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If you are a Conservative, and you have spent any time on the social media outlet Twitter, then you are well aware of the politics that goes on daily. With the rank and file of each party seemingly at each other’s throat constantly, you might think ‘How in the name of God almighty do any of these people get a damn thing done?’ For instance, taking a position on a certain piece of legislation, or fighting for ‘your’ Candidate, but none of that ever happens; why? Because they are too busy fighting over something that has nothing to do with politics, only their personal bullying agenda.
The more new “Conservatives” that I see on social media, be it Twitter or Facebook the more I lose hope for our party ever returning to the Whitehouse. The constant bickering, backstabbing, and just good old fashion bullying. In this day and age, cyber bullying has become the way to tear a person or person’s life to shreds; and that goes for that person’s family, their workplace or school. Where ever these anonymous idiots feel they can do the most harm, and inflict the most pain. It is the way they live their miserable lives, trying to make innocent people feel their hopeless pain.