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  • 00:30

    All About Relationships: 10 things to do to succeed in any relationship

    in Psychology

    Join us to learn the ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. Today we will be talking about the number one thing VITAL to any relationship: TRUST... and how to learn how to trust! All About Relationships is a different type of talk-show with Hosts Evinda Lepins, and Steve Atkinson, M.A. Evinda is a survivor of emotional, physical and sexual abuse, and Steve was her therapist for over seven years. Together they transparently talk about emotional wounds which lead to weaknesses and cause worries and bring to the table through their wit, encouragement and life experiences ways to acknowledge those things that keep us just surviving instead of thriving. They offer, in real-time,ways to overcome these wounds, weaknesses and worries. They have been reaching out to the walking wounded for several years, helping to make a difference one life at a time. If you struggle with any kind of wound, a weakness, aka an unhealthy habit, and/or are consistently worrying about anything and everything, then you will want to tune in for 30 minutes of free life coaching/counseling! Join us for the third of ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. Bring your questions and call us live!

  • 00:31

    How to Date Smarter for Better Relationships Post-Divorce with Arianna Jeret

    in Relationships

    Arianna Jeret is a divorce mediator and certified divorce coach who focuses on shortening the traumatic process of divorce through a strategic approach towards prioritizing emotional and financial needs. She is particularly passionate about raising awareness of alternative paths to resolution in high-conflict relationships. 


    Arianna has been featured in interviews for FOX News Radio, Huff Post Divorce, CNBC.com, and Parents.com, and her articles for YourTango.com have been syndicated on top sites such as xoJane, Popsugar and Yahoo Style. Join us as we discuss how divorce can teach you to date smarter for better relationships.

  • 00:58

    Guest: Molli Sullivan, a transformation coach and SoulCycle instructor

    in Relationships

    From Molli: Have you ever wondered why you’re here, what your purpose is, and where you’re going next? Ya know, the big, existential, down-the-rabbit-hole kinda questions that can be scary as hell?


    My mom says I’ve been asking those question since I was 5 years old (yes, I know, an existential crisis at 5 — don’t worry, I’ve had about 3 more since then, we’ll get to those later).


    Whether you were a spiritually inquisitive 5 year old, or are 30 and have yet to ask, living our most awesome lives begins when we start getting curious. What is our purpose? What brings us joy? How can we access it and share more of it?


    We all have unique gifts and talents, and I believe they’re designed for two things:


    1. To bring us joy and fulfillment
    2. To positively impact the world around us


    Whether you’re a nurse or a teacher; a florist or baker; an animal shelter owner or an artist, each of us have qualities and talents, and the way in which we access and share them is unique to our personality.


    From my dancing career to launching a magazine to sharing my passion for wellness with family, friends and colleagues, my gifts have taken many forms over the years. As we evolve, so do our opportunities — but first, we need to check in with ourselves.



    What comes naturally?
    What brings you joy?
    What makes you feel alive?
    What’s something you’ve always wanted to try but have perhaps felt too scared to do it?
    If money wasn’t an issue, what would you spend your time doing?


    Asking the above is the first step in helping the answers bubble up to the surface  — then it’s ALL ABOUT THE ACTION!


    www.mollisullivan.com

  • 00:45

    LUV & Life

    in Entertainment

    We are here to discuss love, life, relationships, and everyday situations that we go through no matter if you are straight, gay, or anything in between! We're looking for real talk, not just sex talk! ! !

  • 00:29

    Unhealthy Soul Ties

    in Christianity

    On today’s episode of Faith Time, we will learn how unhealthy soul ties can cause a lot of pain in someone’s life. Learn how to trust the Holy Spirit’s guidance rather than man’s guidance for your personal life.

  • 00:16

    CHAMBER OF PRAYER - Be Fruitful and Flourish

    in Spirituality

    Today, I hear the voice of the Infinite One say, “Be fruitful and multiply.” For the first time I understand that call to action in my soul. I am made in the image and likeness of the Source Creator. I was made to be creative. It is my nature to magnify the Infinite Good seeded in me. As I bring my Good forward as the fruit of the Divine Source, my life is seeded with Love, Joy, Peace, Beauty, Intelligence, Creativity, and Abundance. The All-Good in my life is fruitful and multiplies.  I activate intense power to plant my inner visions as seeds in the fertile supernatural realm and have them come forth in fulfillment of my deepest desires for wealth, success, victory, joy, and love.  With this Divine Element of Creation, I generate new ideas, and I help others bring forth ideas, opportunities, relationships, dreams, fulfillment, and manifest good.~Maisha

  • 03:04

    The Female Solution: How Do You Cope When Your Spouse Is A War Veteran?

    in Religion

    RTW Veteran Center offers a home, food, and a family atmosphere to homeless veterans who have returned from war only to find that the family they had can no longer cope with them and the country they risked their lives to defend has forgotten them. Today we're working together to give special support to RTW - which stands for Remaking The World. So many famlies are in crisis, suffering the effects of the military veterans have come home still suffering from the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder of combat, and having nowhere to turn for counseling. How do you cope when your spouse is a war veteran? Could a sudden flashback cause them to pick up a weapon and do you bodily harm? Female veterans are suffering even greater issues, many having been survivors of rape by their fellow officers, and not able to report the incidences or seek justice, are still living with the trauma after they have returned home. Dr. Daniel Habeel and Arnetha Habeel discuss their struggle to provide a home and a place of healing for service men and women. Other guests join us to tell their shocking stories. We urge you to lend a helping hand today, by going to www.rtwvetcenter.org and hit "Donate"!

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  • 00:59

    Unspoken Words: Millennial Culture & Relationship Talk

    in Culture

    Tonight on Unspoken Words Robert, Dan & Jackie continue to answer listeners relationship questions! The best thing about relationships is there are so many different elements to them & getting different perspectives, ideas & hearing different experiences are important to finding out what works for you. In order to have better relationships, we need to have a better relationship with ourselves. Finding out who we are & knowing ourselves is key to making better relationship decisions & realizing what works for us & what doesn't. So join Robert, Dan & Jackie today as they discuss these issues!


    talktheunspoken@gmail.com


    Twitter-@talktheunspoken


     

  • 01:31

    Hummin Along

    in Current Events

    HUMMIN ALONG


    Supporting our Brothers and Sisters of Humanity, as well as ourselves, addressing the underlying stigmas and programming embedded in the consciousness of man and Working towards symbiotic relationships for us all. It’s essential for us to break down these barriers of division in order to establish unity among humanity. Come Hummin Along with us towards global change!

  • 00:32

    Kit Murray Maloney: The Pleasure Principle

    in Relationships

    Modern love is about acceptance… and acceptance starts with knowing and loving your own body. What happens when you want pleasure in your real life? In real time? Meet Kit Murray Maloney, the CEO and founder of “O Actually”, a multi-media site celebrating women’s sexual health and satisfaction. She’s the author of the eye-opening Huff Post piece “7 Reasons to Include An Orgasm in Your Morning Routine.” 


    She says: “A little over a year ago, I decided to add an orgasm into my morning routine. I’m happier, more calm and focused and have a better connection and more appreciation for my body than ever.”


    Kit’s website is www.oactually.com.