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  • 02:30

    Blended Families

    in Spirituality

    It’s that time again!!! Join us tonight on R.I.G.H.T. Mind Radio as we keep the conversation going. Tonight we are going to discuss Blended Families. When 2 people come together & have a child, sometimes the parents split up. Is there a way for the child to still benefit from both parents being around each other at the same time? If both parents have moved on with their lives, what does it hurt for everybody to be able to come together in the same setting so that the child can enjoy both parents? Back in the day, we use to say that it takes a village to raise a child but today’s society is so far removed from that concept. Our children need multiple mothers & multiple fathers. If you say you love a child that is not biologically yours, how can you not like their other parent? What keeps us from applying this concept? Can we move past our own personal feelings & look at the positive benefits the child will receive? If we can show future generations the concept of blending families, a lot of issues we face will be eliminated. The old ways that work for us as a people should be left into play, but we have to be able to try a new way of relating to each other when it comes to the Black Family. We will have Jong Opvoeder on tonight to give us information on his upcoming event in Columbus, Ga. Come out this Sunday (17th) to the Columbus Public Library as the issue of “The Destruction of the Black Man in Americkkka”. Doors open at 2:45PM and the event starts at 3:30PM. Call in tonight with the questions, comments, & concerns for our panelists & our guest for tonight!!!! 9PM sharp! 917-889-3009. Press “1” if you want to speak!!!

  • 01:29

    Blended Families.

    in Entertainment

    Parenting is never is never easy, but when you have a blended family-with bio-kids and stepkids.Your spouse's ex, and other extended family members thrown into the mix things can get very difficult very quickly.

  • 03:01

    "Blended Families: Dating a Single Parent"

    in Radio

    In today's society, because of a huge increase in children being born into single parent homes, we're seeing more and more "Blended Families". If you're a single parent or someone who would have a serious problem dating one...Tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of our special on "Blended Families...Dating a Single Parent". Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters for Over 10 Years". #RRTM

  • 00:45


    in Education



    Our special guest from , a legend in online learning, Pearson Director of New School Models, Mickey Revenaugh

  • 01:03

    Family Values with Kristin Michelle talks "Families: The Bold and the Blended"

    in Self Help

    This month is all about the family. We are going inside the blended family to discuss the wins and opportunities, the joys and frustrations as well as great tips and solutions to making your blended family a smooth transition. Join me and special guests Claudette Chenevert "The Stepmom Coach" and Stacey Taylor "The Sistah Chick" as we talk openly about our own blended families. You certainly want to be with us live so set your alarms!

  • 00:30

    Stereotypes & Myths in Relationships, Pt. 3

    in Women

    Pt. 3 of Stereotypes & Myths in Relationships includes our special guest, the author of "Relay-tionships" and "Forbidden Seduction", Andreia Burke.  She dishes on the women's current role in society of trying to have it all - relationship/marriage, family and career.

    Our positive tea segment includes 10 tips on how to master relaxation techniques.

    Fill your cup of tea and dine with us!

  • 00:30

    Strengthening The Families with Apostle Loretta Williams

    in Religion

    STRENGTHENING THE FAMILIES:  Apostle Williams is available for Conferences, Seminars and Workshops that will build your ministry or church group.  Our Ministerial Team is comprised of educational and motivational speakers for your church meetings and special events to strengthen members, individuals and families, within the community or church. 

    Today’s Discussion: Spiritual Defense Survival Tactics for our Families!  Most parents are desperate to finding solutions to their family problems.  How do I motivate my children to excel in school?  How do I get my teenage children active in something positive to keep them out of trouble?  What advice can I offer my adult children who need help but won’t admit it?  These are just of the questions that will be addressed in today’s lesson with Apostle Loretta Williams.

    Click on the Play Tab Button or link to listen to the “live program” or the recorded broadcast after the scheduled air time.  Be sure to click the FOLLOW Tab on the Fresh Manna Blog Talk Radio Program to be alerted for future programs.

    Apostle Loretta Williams is also on Facebook, Google + and Linkedin.

  • 00:35

    Dr Tran Educating, supporting and encouraging patients and their families

    in Business

    Dr. Angela Tran is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity Medicine and is an active member of the Obesity Medicine Association. She has practiced in primary care since 2007, and recognized that obesity was often the root cause of many chronic medical conditions that she saw in her office including diabetes and high blood pressure. Because of her internal Medicine background, she has a greater understanding of the medical complexities that often serve as barriers to weight loss. She has seen the many struggles her patients have had with their weight, and therefore she has now dedicated her practice solely on weight management.

    At Med-Fit, the primary focus is to teach patients and their families about healthy living through a variety of medically supervised diet and fitness programs.


  • 00:29

    Support for Grieving Families

    in Parents

    Julie Hatch is a highly sought after family advocate and mentor, speaker and writer.  She is a contributing author for the book, "Warrioress Rising" - a book about women who have healed from sexual abuse, due to be released this summer.  She is the creator of an online YouTube show called Ollin TV, which will be launching August 3rd this summer. 

    Julie is an expert connector and considers connecting with others one of her greatest joys and pleasures.  Her passion of assisting others on a path of healing as a certified emotional health coach and alternative health fascilitator, is what ultimately gave birth to her business, Ollin Connections (www.OllinConnections.com). 

    Born and raised in Southern California, Julie and her family eventually planted roots in Northern Utah.  She is a mother of 2 young adults and one 8-yr-old daughter.  She has a background in Education and Energy Psychology.  She also homeschools her daughter.  She and her husband have been married for 9 years and have formed a blended family.  Julie understands the unique dynamics that are present in each family and loves to support parents in families in their divine roles as stewards of their children through her 2 support groups on Facebook:

    www.Facebook.com/groups/WholeheartedParentingKids (For parents of kids)

    www.Facebook.com/groups/WholeHeartedParenting (For parents of teens)

    You can stay connected with Julie in the "Divine Parenting with Julie Hatch" fan page:  www.Facebook.com/groups/DivineParentingFanPage

    In today's episode, Julie will be sharing ways parents can support children thorugh the grieving process. 


  • 01:02

    Happily Ever After… and 39 Other Myths about Love

    in Relationships

    Happily Ever After… and 39 Other Myths about Love: Breaking Through to the Relationship of Your Dreams with Linda and Charlie Bloom

    According to married couple and bestselling authors Linda and Charlie Bloom, it’s not so much the things we don’t know about relationships that can hurt us but rather the things we THINK WE KNOW. These myths, from “they lived happily ever after” to “love means never to having to say you’re sorry” to “once a cheater, always a cheater,” permeate our culture and take root in our minds, preventing many couples from doing the work required to build a good, lasting relationship. 

    Join us as we explore these myths together and talk about how you can recognize and be free from the limits of these beliefs. 

    Linda Bloom, LCSW, and Charlie Bloom, MSW, regularly teach at Esalen Institute and the Kripalu Center and have served as adjunct faculty at institutes of higher learning including UC Berkeley Extension, and California Institute for Integral Studies. They live in Santa Cruz, CA. Their website is www.Bloomwork.com.

    Music by JedLuckless.com

  • 01:05

    Talk Time with Terry DeRon: Myths and Misconceptions Women Have About Men

    in Relationships

    Terry will discuss some of the common myths and misconceptions women believe in regarding men and relationships.