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Tonight we will be discussing bad break ups. Does a break up have to end badly? What are some reasons people break up? When you break up with someone is there a possiblitity to still have some form of relationship? What are some stipilations of a break up? We are going tro talk about this and so much more, so tune in from7pm to 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation?
Good morning, good morning, GOOD morning!!! And perhaps it's not morning, so good, WHATEVER!!! Today's topic is, BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO, and boy is that ever true, especially if you are emotionally attached to that thang. I'm not just talking about romantic relationships, I'm talking about your emotional attachment to that job that is draining the life out of you, that circle of friends that feel more like a circle of sharks, anything and anyone who is not serving a positive purpose in your life. Some things you'll just have to evaluate and figure out what pile they belong in, in your life, just don't take too long deciding. Time is of the essence and even though breaking up is hard to do, it CAN and MUST be done.
When you fall out with a loved one it can leave a bitter taste in your mouth. Especially when you have given your all, it's hard to recover! When you decide to make up, reconciliation can be AKWARD! Rebuilding can be great if you want it bad enough. Couples, friends, family members get ready to make up! Rene Yon is the QUEEN OF THE WEEK. Book Chat: The Bishop's Daughter, by Tiffany L. Warren
This week on The TFM Podcast, Jared welcomes comic and anchor of SNL’s Weekend Update, Michael Che, to read your emails and answer questions about dorm room decor, dealing with a terrible roommate, how to handle your fraternity brother hooking up with your ex, the proper protocol for hooking up with your ex’s friends, keeping backup girls around before starting a relationship, post-grad concerns and questions about life, and a dubious threeway with a good friend. All that, plus the news from http://totalfratmove.com with ManSamp. Check it out!
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Sunday - is the pain from breaking up in a committed relationship vs the breakup of a divorce?
This show is to discuss the level of commitment between two people who claim they love each other and want happens when the love goes awry. As someone who believes in living happy and healthy, I understand sometimes we have not vetted our spouses or loved ones in depth, and breakup is the only answer.
In Living with a person Is the respect different in the relationship?
Does family matter, ie having children?
What is the responsibility of the husband to the wife?
What about companionship? If you choose a life companion how does the strengthen differ from that of a marriage relationship.
What about the spiritual factor, does it matter if the couple is churched or unchurched?
Harmony in the relationship is key.
If you are married, are you with me because we are married or are you with me because you want to be with me? That is the guy's thought said one interviewee.
What are your deal breakers?
What is your unacceptable list?
What happens when the man is ready to end the relationship but the woman isn't? This is an interactive discussion about the different types of personalities that come out during the break up process. Nadia and Pablo discuss how they coach their clients through a difficult break up.
Habits aren't easy to break. Especially when they taste so good. I am sure we have all struggled with trying not to eat things we know are not good. Sugar seems to have a particular hold on us and it is sometimes difficult to eat a whole meal without sugar being a part of the ingrediants. So how do we start? How do we break-up with sugar?
Join me and Lorraine-Matthews-Antosiewicz, MSRD Food and Nutrition expert and Healthy Lifestyle Coach as she shares with us tips that will help us quit sugar, drop pounds and ultimately get healthy. You don't want to miss this show - great information to help deliver you from sugar addiction and other unhealthy habits!
10-Day Sugar-Free Challenge
Sugar Free Guide
If you were lucky growing up then you had great support around dating and falling in love. However if you had even greater support around responsibly and respectfully breaking-up then consider yourself more then lucky. Breaking up is hard to do, but at one point or another you’re going to have to go through the pain of it. Many of us will go through this pain some of us will encounter it quite a few times. Love is full of lessons, and breaking-up as hard as it may be, is simply one of them. Join us and our special guest, Ezekiel Goodwin this Saturday as we explore the phenomena of breaking up and more importantly how to bounce back. See you on the other side...
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed engages authors in spontaneous conversations – never a blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview. Tune in for a potpourri of timely topics, articulate guests, and new perspectives on life.
If you and your spouse / S.O. [significant other] have built or are planning as a couple to build or remodel a "dream home", meet Interior Design Therapist Sandy Berendes and Life Coach Laura Longville, authors of Break Ground Without Breaking Up. They will share the 7 Do's and Don'ts that can help couples stay together through dream home construction … Hidden money problems that destory relationships and building projects … "The Blue Bathtub" case study … and more. Info: breakgroundwithoutbreakingup.com.
Are you MAD – suffering from Money Anxiety Disorder? Most Americans, regardless of income, are anxious about money due to unconscious limiting beliefs. Meet Thembi Buthelezi, Money Confidence Coach, who grew up in a 1-car garage in Soweto, South Africa, near the end of Apartheid. After moving to the U.S in 2002, she became a successful Wall Street stock market trader – but deep down, she feared having a lot of money. Hear the solutions that helped Thembi and her clients overcome dysfunctional relationships with money to reach their financial potential. P.S. Thembi retired in her early 30s. Info: www.retirerichnation.com
Join us tonight for "Breaking Chains" with The Men of Valor 8pm EST. Men coming together to Break Chains in ou home, community, and the world. Let's come together every Thursday call in at 858-357-9137 or listen live www.blogtalkradio.com/yatradio. Men Let's Come Together & "Break Chains". Join Us