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There is a multitude of single black women who are divorced with kids, separated with kids and continue to go through men like a 90% off sale at Macy's.
Why is it so hard for men to set standards for themselves when it comes to choosing a mate? Is he molded by society to think he should not have standards
or is he thinking with the wrong HEAD?
A womans standard should be to get married first then have children, not have children then look for another man to be Husband and Father. Is that really normal?
A man should have a standard to say I want to start my own family, not a LAGO family. Should that be his thought?
What are the real advantages of marrying a single parent from a male perspective or a female perspective?
What are the real disadvantages of marrying a single parent from a male perspective or a female perspective?
Are men put at a disadvantage if he marries then have to pay CHILD SUPPORT if it is not his child?
Do you think being in someones life as a father figure binds you to take care of the child that is not your biological.
What are some things men can do to protect themselves from false fatherhood?
Should you know your blood type and your partners blood type and the babies blood type before you sign the birth certicate.
Should you make sure the man does not have any other children before you sayy I DO?
Join me tomorrow at 2pm Central Time and lets find out answers to these questions.
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Modesto Bee sponsors water Summit
July 15, 2015 7-9 at the Gallo center
The forum will be moderated by founder and former president of the Great Valley Center and former Mayor of Modesto, Carol Whiteside.
Whiteside left the great Valley Center when Bob Gallo discontinued financing the venture.
As Mayor of Modesto. she is known for “Curtains up 88” that gave us the convention center and closed 10 Street which created a campus for the then First Baptist Church and cut off downtown Modesto.
Whitesides credits are many. She was paid $15,000 with M ID money to lobby for the sale of water to San Francisco.
It would be more informative, if the Bee had Carol Whiteside as a panelist, rather than the moderator.
The five panelists are Jeff Cowan, Randy Fiorini, Sarge Green, Felicia Marcus, and Assemblywoman Kristen Olsen.
The panel will engage in a conversation on valley water.
The panel will bring their facts, viewpoints, and opinions to the discussion.
In the interest of transparency and qualifications, each panelist should be asked if they went to the microphone during M ID meetings to oppose the sale of our water to San Francisco.
We already know that the moderator was paid to lobby for the sale.
We should thank the editors of the Modesto Bee Ken Riddick, Joseph Kieta, and Mike Dunbar.
219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Raphael Sbarge. Sbarge stars on TNT’s hit series Murder in the First and recurs on ABC’s Once Upon a Time. He has also directed and produced a documentary about climate change, Is There Hope for Planet Earth.
In the little free time that Sbarge has, he founded Green Wish, a nonprofit that helps local green organizations fund projects for their communities. Green Wish currently has chapters in Los Angeles; Lawrence, Kan.; St. Louis; Kansas City, Mo.; and Denver. Chapters are in the works in other cities, including Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On why he founded Green Wish:
“After the birth of my daughter, I was struck by how strong and good I suddenly felt as a father. But I asked myself: What can I do and how can I contribute in any small way to leave the world a little better than when I found it, for Gracie?” – Raphael Sbarge, Huffington Post
See more info at www.greenwish.com
New Cumberland, PA – Living with addiction can place families under incredible stress. The entire family becomes absorbed by the problem as it slowly spins out of control. But there is help.
Angela Jakubowski is the founder and lead interventionist for Restorative Interventions, a faith-based organization specializing in family recovery for drug and alcohol addiction. Restorative Interventions believes that through the resilience of the family and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the intervention process can guide families to effectively motivate a resistant loved one enter treatment. Through this process the family finds healing, freed from the bondage of addiction that has held them captive, often for generations.
“We begin where the family and the client is ready and willing to begin,” says Angela. “My goal is to penetrate with truth and help the family communicate their hopes and desires and needs and get their loved one into treatment."
According to Angela, the intervention utilized by Restorative Interventions is not an event like what you may have seen on A&E’s Intervention. Restorative Interventions employs an intervention model known as Arise, which is invitational only. An addicted loved one is invited to a family meeting where professionals have been brought in to facilitate the process.
“People invited to this process are always taken aback by how the family has come together out of their love for the individual — often despite existing broken relationships within the family system,” says Angela. “They have to hear the message. There is an answer. There is hope.”
For more information on Restorative Interventions, visit www.restorativeinterventions.com
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THIS WEEK'S EPISODE: Kevin "Khao" Cates, is a multi-platinum Grammy award winning producer with over 30 Million records sold with such artist as Jay-Z, TI, and R Kelly to name a few. A major player in the music industry, Khao, maintains full control over his production and publishing—a feat almost unheard of in his field. A philanthropist - He is the Founder of Bridge Da Gap, a non-profit that uses HipHop for educating students. He is also the founder and creator of KOOLriculum a technology that supports learning for K-12.
Wealthy Sistas® Radio, is a production of Wealthy Sistas® Media Group, Each week the host Deborah Hardnett interviews extraordinary business owners who share their real life, uncensored and uncut stories of triumphs and mishaps on their journey. Each show is packed with sound business concepts that offer solutions to business professionals globally. And is intertwined with some of the greatest R&B music of all time. Listeners will find Wealthy Sistas® Radio show both informative and inspirational and entertaining.
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John Maxwell has been a teacher of Leaders for many years. In this show he shares how MOMENTIUM can be your BEST FRIEND!
In a blog he writes:
Momentum is the greatest of all change-agents. When a leader has it, organizational change comes easily, for it’s much simpler to steer a company that’s already experiencing success than to jumpstart one that’s stagnant.
On a team that’s thriving, growing, and delivering results an aura of excitement permeates everything. The momentum is almost tangible. Yet even though we can feel the momentum, it’s hard to define. Let’s take a momentum to pin down where it comes from.
The attitude of the leader + the atmosphere of the organization + the accomplishments of the people = MOMENTUM
Leaders who court momentum display a set of attitudes that help them reach new altitudes. First, they take responsibility for outcomes. They don’t blame failures on their people or on forces beyond their control. Second, leaders who generate momentum operate with an empowering sense of hope. They shape their surroundings instead of merely being shaped by them. They believe in the possibility of change instead of complaining about challenges to it. Finally, leaders who drive momentum have unfailing enthusiasm. They’re convinced of the importance of their work, and this sense of purpose propels them forward.
Leaders build a culture favorable to momentum in the following ways. First, they believe the best about their people—concentrating on developing their strengths rather than on fixing their shortcomings. Second, they provide an inspiring vision that’s contagious. They share it confidently and talk about it continually, until everyone on the team sees it almost as clearly as they do. Third, they remove the fear of failure. They invite risk and affirm innovative ideas—even if they don’t always work.
The Cincinnati native holds a Masters in Psychology from San Diego State University. Tyra has been a teacher and principal, whose belief in the ability of children to rise above their bleak surroundings helped to turn around an entire school. She has been a psychologist, helping tormented individuals find their way to peace. She has worked in county government, crafting messages for the community and using her marketing skills to research and hone the communications and government services for the public.
For Tyra Garlington, there have been many obstacles. She has suffered abuse, loss and cancer and she stood her ground against each one, calling on her unlimited faith and her belief that God has a reason. Tyra Garlington turned her internal pains into talks that would help others who faced insurmountable odds. She is drawn to charitable organizations that tackle domestic violence, homelessness and children who live in worlds they cannot control.
Tyra’s invites you to get to know her better in her most recent memoir, The Memory Box, a true story about the power and provision of God’s grace.
LOA Blend with Alyssa & Liz: One Part Numerology, One Part Channeling, ALL Intuition!
Join your favorite intuitive numerologist Alyssa Banguilan and your favorite intuitive channel Liz as they discuss life and Law of Attraction with you and the Universal Energy Radio community. Please call in with your questions and include your name and birth date; Alyssa & Liz will offer their insights and positive feedback....and just tell it like it is! You can also email your question, name and birth date to LOAblend@gmail.com.
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black people dont have control of there destiny and thats a fact how did we lose it and how can we get it back our destiny is in the hands of white supremacy what steps do we have to take to put it back in our own collective hand and join me the truth and brother B and queen meyah and Chief X we will be discussing the on this episode of wake upAfrican people ...
Former Major League Player Michael Kelvin Norris (born March 19, 1955) a right-handed starting pitcher who played with the Oakland Athletics (1975–1983, 1990).Norris is best remembered for his spectacular 1980 season. He went 22-9 with 24 complete games and a 2.53 earned run average, while also earning the Gold Glove Award. However, he was not awarded the American League Cy Young Award; Steve Stone of the Baltimore Orioles, who had a record of 25-7, was given the honor. Norris also placed 15th in the MVP voting.In 1981, Norris posted a modest 12-9 record, again earning the Gold Glove Award and also earning an All-Star berth he was denied in 1980. Norris spun a complete game shutout in the first round of the playoffs against the Kansas City Royals and pitched well in the AL Championship Series against the New York Yankees despite getting hit with a loss there.Many believe[who?] that Billy Martin inflicted a heavy workload on Norris, which threw out his arm. He was never able to return to his former stature, and after the 1983 season, he played for the independent San Jose Bees. He made a brief comeback as a relief pitcher in 1990, posting an ERA of 3.00 in 27 innings. As of 2014, he is the only player to win at least one game with Oakland in three different decades.An addiction to cocaine shortened Norris's playing career. In 1999 he was diagnosed with cervical myelopathy, and he had surgery in January 2000 at the California Pacific Medical Center. After recovering, Norris took up golf as a hobby. In 2007, he appeared with Dave Stewart, Mudcat Grant, and Vida Blue in a regular season game between the Texas Rangers and the Oakland Athletics.Norris was well known for his distinctive green fielding glove.
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