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  • 00:45

    Male Perspectives on Dysfunctional Relationships with Thomas G. Fiffer

    in Psychology

    We’ve been following and supporting The Good Men Project for years. When we came across an article written by Thomas G. Fiffer we had no idea we’d finally be able to talk about his work with this powerful movement and share with our listeners his perspectives on dysfunctional relationships.


    Read the full Blog article HERE.


    Mental Health News Radio, while hosted by a female, offers both male and female voices on issues, business strategies, empowerment, and awareness of all things Behavioral Health.


    Tom, tell us a little about your background and how you came to write about topics such as dysfunctional relationships and abuse.
      
    So how do you define a dysfunctional relationship?
     
    Aren’t all relationships dysfunctional to some degree?
     
    You mentioned that your article was published on The Good Men Project. Tell us a little bit about them.
     
    Do you write anywhere else?
     
    The article that prompted us to contact you for this interview is one you wrote called “7 Unspoken Secrets About Life After Abuse.” Can you talk a little about that?
     
    So what are some of the unspoken secrets?
     
    So, do you have any advice for people on how to stay out of dysfunctional relationships and proactively avoid potentially abusive situations?

  • 03:24

    FunkiN 4 FuN With DjB-1

    in Entertainment

    Happy Saturday gorgeous faces!.. Well the time has come for the main party of the week, Funkin 4 Fun with Djb-1 as your host!!. If your ready to go back to the old school with a dj that's so cool, then you have come to the right spot. This well experienced and former mainstream Dj, definitely knows how to throw a party inside the Red Carpet Room with his out sight play list of Funk, R&B, R&B Soul, Zydeco, Blues, & Old school Rap. Also, if you stick around a bit longer you'll have the opportunity to enjoy his weekly 30 minute live concert series, where he'll feature a favorite artist of the week. And last but not least, Djb-1's commentary of the week called, "controversay" which is deep food for thought!...You'll love everything about this music show! Presented by Diversity Of The Minds Radio.


     


    Thanks for your continued support!

  • 01:16

    Mess With M.S.; Valentines and call in guests!

    in Radio

    Would you do me the honor of calling in?
    I hope you'll join me this Saturday on "Mess With M.S." with M.S. warriors to discuss the journey, share what worked for them, with hopes that some of the information gleaned from his story can make your life just a bit easier on your M.S. Journey! The show airs on the Brain Injury Radio Network at 5:30 PM Pacific time. That's 630 MT, 730 CT, and 830 ET. We hope to see you there. 
    Just click on the photo above at 5:30pm Pacific time to listen to the show on your computer. OR call, 424-243-9540


     

  • 00:46

    The Audacity of the Hopeless Left and Gearing Up for Debate

    in Politics Conservative

    Today's show features a collection of stories and so much information that once again unfortunately I'll never be able to fit it all in to one show.  But I'll share and comment on what I can.  Highlights will include:


     


    The left's move to monitor, censor, and "politically correct" speech on Twitter so the sensitive sorts can have one big safe zone.


     


    A rebuttal to feminism and a rebuttal to Chelsea Clinton.


    A little bit of a wrap up on Oregon, the Bundy family, and the BLM.


     


    News on Ford Motor Company opening a plant in Mexico-and why it would seem the Donald is wrong on this one.


     


    A look ahead at tonight's Republican debate.


     


    I'll try to cover all of that on today's show, live at 4:30 Eastern time and archived after that on American Faith Today.

  • 03:02

    Hot Topics: Superbowl 50, Beyonce's Performance, Cam Newton's media issues

    in Entertainment

    Tune in this week for the latest hot topics which include Beyonce's Superbowl Performance. Everyone is talking about the half-time performance from Beyonce and the controversy behind it. Call in and tell us what you think of the performance. Also, Quarterback Cam Newton caused a bit of controversy of his own when he walked out the press conference after losing the Superbowl to the Denver Broncos. Do you think he handled the press conference that right way?  Tune in for the latest on these Hot topics and more on the CCShow.

  • 00:05

    Adele's Life Lessons presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards

    in Lifestyle

    Adele's life lessons come from her lyrics- all blissful moments of sensual indulgence. Our Top 5 life lessons learned from her lyrics.Don’t Believe Everything You Hear People tend to talk trash. A casual misspoken word can be the spark that turns into a blaze that ruins lives. In “Rumour Has It” Adele expresses her severe distaste for groundless statements with the line, “You've been telling people things that you shouldn’t be.” Although it is not in your power to control what others say, it is fully your decision when it comes to deciding what to believe.Be Cautious Because life is unexpected, it can be prudent to exercise a little bit of caution when it comes to matters of the heart.  .Moving On In “Someone Like You,” Sometimes, your best play is to simply accept that, think good thoughts, and move on. Sometimes A Little Rage Is Good When you’re having a hard time moving on, you might need that burst of anger to help you finally see the truth that sets you free. Just like Adele says in “Rolling In The Deep”: “There’s a fire starting in my heart/Reaching a fever pitch, it’s bringing me out the dark/Finally I can see you crystal clear.” Value Your Relationship With Your Kids “Hello” isn’t about an ex lover. It’s about being away from the people who are the most important aspect of your life: your children. In her lyrics, Adele laments over her guilt of being away from her kids. Take Adele’s song as a cautionary tale and always remember to put your kids first.


     

  • 00:06

    Lionel Messi Life Lessons presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards

    in Lifestyle

    Life Lessons focuses on Lionel "Leo" Messi , the first and only player to top-score in four consecutive Champions League campaigns, and also holds the record for the most hat-tricks scored in the competition. In March 2012, Messi made Champions League history by becoming the first player to score five goals in one match.


    1.      There is no substitute for talent.


    2.      You need a bit of luck and connections.


    3.      But it doesn’t matter if you come from a modest background.


    4.      If you are good you will get the opportunity to succeed, but you must still capitalise on the opportunity.


    5.      In the face of the challenge (childhood illness) persistence pays off.


    6.      Expert opinions are not always worth that much – there is a club out there who regrets passing over on the opportunity to sign the little maestro.


    7.      It is not about the physical ability, but the mental ability.


    8.      His first instinct is to seek the goal: it is uncanny how aware he is of where the goal is even if he has his back to the goal.


    9.      He sees gaps and takes gaps no one sees or takes.


    10.   The highest accolade is not money, but the recognition of your peers. (Not in the shallow, politicised style of the Oscars, but rather the spontaneous acknowledgement of your peers.) In the face of that adulation, his instinctive reaction is one of humility. Watch this and you will see what I mean.

  • 01:15

    Saturday Morning Cereal - Theater Geeks Are Nerds Too w/ Chantel Riley & Grawlix

    in Pop Culture

    Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. This week we give special attention to the special-est nerd clique in high school (which none of us admit to being part of) -- the theater geeks and PAC rats! Grim and Marke wax nostalgic about our time backstage and explore why this is the last nerd herd to get its due in pop culture (Glee, anyone?). We talk to Broadway star Chantel Riley (currently playing Nala in The Lion King and co-starring in the upcoming Jesse Owens biopic Race) plus Adam Cayton-Holland, Ben Roy, and Andrew Ovredahl of truTV's new series Those Who Can't (they also happen to be the stage performance trio known as Grawlix, so they know a bit about theater). We also cover Amazon Prime's new series Mad Dogs and Grim desperately plugs an 8-year-old movie forgotten by the public called Hamlet 2. It's good, it really is! House lights down and curtain up!

  • 01:08

    Nashville Presents: Saturdays With Singletary

    in Business

    Nashville Presents:  Saturdays With Singletary On The Singletary Network With Your Host, Patrenna Singletary!


    Please Join Us As We Welcome Amazon's #1 Best Selling Author of “A White Hat and Rose Colored Glasses – Unlocking Your Power Throught Clarity and Action”  Susan Sherbert!


    Susan’s passion is helping adults have more fun and feel pure happiness but her writing career started with a book about short sheeting a bed. 4,000 copies of that book were sold to a national linen chain. They used the book as their free gift with purchase two years in a row. She has also written over 50 different original corny joke books plus 5 humor books that are available on Amazon.


    Susan was a humor columnist for several magazines including one that mixed humor with business lessons. She also wrote a sliver award-winning newsletter of absolutely no importance every month for over twelve years. A lot of that material has been incorporated into her blogs.


    Her writing style is a bit quirky because it is intelligent yet witty at the same time – the perfect balance of grown-up information mixed with childlike fun. That means her material is something you will enjoy reading.


    She has been a business owner for over fourteen years and is an avid golfer with a lifetime dream to golf every golf course in the California. 


    A Singletary Network Production!

  • 00:33

    Take 30 To Unwind and Break The Daily Grind - Music For The Realist

    in Energy

    Hey Ya'll,  Happy Valentines Day!


    I don't know about ya'll, but I'm feeling a bit salty and burned out with all the hustle and bustle of life, which seem to keep us all busy with trying to survive and stay alive!  Feel me?  We've got the Presidential Race in place, and it's got me feeling like I'm in outer space. Cause I don't know who to believe, they all seem to have something up their sleeves. So, the best way to break the daily grind, is to take 30 to unwind with your Valentine and of course -  marinate your busy mind. It's very simple;  grab your favorite drink, kick up your feet with me, close your eyes, and take a moment to think.   You'll be glad you did...


     Valentines Day Mix


    Great Music  for Great Minds,


    D'Luv


     


     

  • 00:31

    Stop Networking and Start Making Money

    in Business

    I'm talking about "networking." Sure, I've been hearing all about networking for years. I've even used the word myself!

    But when you get down to it, networking is cold, sterile… And it seems self-serving: one person trying to form a web of contacts whose sole purpose is to do something for him.

    That's not how I want to do business.

    . I think of it as "What can we do for each other and each other's communities?" instead of "What can you do for me?"

    When I focus on these goals, deals follow. And when a deal is made between two people (notice I did not say two businesses) who have connected - as opposed to "networked" - money usually follows.

    Making a connection does require a bit more "work" than simply shoving your business card at a potential client. But the extra money you can make and the new opportunities you can open up to your community are well worth the extra effort.
     



    There was no "Hi, how are you?" Nice to see you again." Or even "How are your children?" It was just the typical "WIIFM" approach


     


    My first thought was - do you really think this kind of behavior is conducive to me wanting to do business with you? But what I said was, "Yes, Sue, I received the email on Thursday. I left for LA (this event) on Monday. I was planning on returning your email later in the week."

    This is a wonderful example of why many people do not end up with business from networking events. They have not mastered event etiquette.  Nor have they discovered the best way to make lasting connections.


    People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,