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Fresh off an amazing weekend in Charlotte, we are excited to share with you the conclusion of our relationship series. Love Sex & Magic.
We've touched on building a personal relationship with ourselves & Creator. We've talked about the joys and challenges we have experienced with relationships between family and friends and we've discussed the intricacies of intimate relationships.
At the Love Sex & Relationships Seminar Master & Acharya did a wonderful job of opening our eyes to the magic and beauty as well as responsibility that comes along with intimate relationships and relationships amongst family. These relationships are catalysts for our growth and often shine light on the aspects of ourselves that we'd like to keep hidden.
The Tybro family has truly formed a bond that extends beyond this world. We see the divinity that is within each of us and we are charged by pushing ourselves beyond our limits with love and humility.
We look forward to sharing with you, this Sunday, November 29, 2015 at 11 am Eastern, the love and some of the experiences we shared.
We love you. Talk to you soon. In the Spirit of Love
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in Pop Culture
Hr1 Is anyone else ready for journalists to actually do some journalism and stop with the speculation, fear-mongering, and divisive rhetoric? There's not enough information to have this much conversation about the Colorado shooter. REALLY?
Former Miss USA dumps Tim Tebow because he wouldn’t have sex with her after a couple of months of dating. Ummm... is this really the kind of girl a guy who's adamant about celibacy until marriage is looking for? I say, good riddance!
A homily on love made college student feel bad for not showing love. He says he's been victimized! Having a conscience doesn't make you a VICTIM!
Hr2 Man spends $22k for beard transplant. Go figure! Most guys loathe having to shave every day.
Jessie Watters asks people what Christmas was all about. You'll be surprised...
Did you hear about the 13 year-old boy who fended off criminals during home invasion? No? Me neither! No thanks to all those so-called "journalists" out there...
Parents revolt, BLOCKING school from allowing guest speaker to push transgender ideology on 6 year-olds.
Hr3 Dave from the chatroom asked this about climate change... Why can't they admit they've run out of excuses & are just going to take our wealth because they're bullies and they can? Good question...
On the one hand, they're predicting a decade-long ice age, on the other hand, global warming is still coming. How is that possible?
Man on the street, Mark Dice, asks beachgoers what "inflation" is. Frightening.
German intelligence confirms, Islamic extremists are looking for recruits among refugees.
Proof that we have NO IDEA how to vet refugees, thanks to Senator Jeff Sessions!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
This week on The TFM Podcast, Jared is joined by comic Greg Stone to read your emails and answer questions about having a girlfriend who doesn’t drink, trying new sex positions with your inexperienced girlfriend, getting hit on by your boyfriend’s friend, getting a guy to be into you after a hookup, helping your friend get over his ex, and whether or not to sleep with a friend. All that, plus Hypotheticals and the news from http://totalfratmove.com with ManSamp. Check it out!
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in Self Help
Carol the Coach interviews Suzanne Keller-Zinck who has found hypnosis to be an excellent treatment for Sexual Addiction.
She has written a book on Sex Addiction and will be discussing her approaching to reducing or eliminating SA triggers and urges through the use of hypnosis.
Count on Morning Sex Radio to bring up the conversation you were afraid to. On today's episode, chat with us while we break it to you gently. You can either be the main dish like the turkey or a side that gets overlooked like the peas. Did you make the cut? We have some signs that you may have gotten left off the plate..
Wake up with us as we discuss this, Shai's "Two Cents in Two Minutes", Mycki's "Motivation, Entertainment News and much more on todays raw, uncut and steamy episode of Morning Sex Radio with the Girlfriends You Never Had !
Even if you're not a con man or a charmer, it doesn't mean that you don't want people to be there for you and support your dreams and aspirations. What does it take to get the support you need though? Do you use money? Promises? Sex? Lies?
Polly grew up with six siblings in Mobile, Alabama, but was only 8 years old when her father died of lung cancer. Soon two neighborhood boys began to molest her, friends of her older twin brothers. A couple of years later she was assaulted by another neighbor and later by her older brother. She was able to break away from the abuse at the age of twelve, but was by then deep in the darkness of isolation. Polly is now a mother and grandmother, and has lived in Atlanta for the past 15 years and has become a devoted advocate for adult survivors of Child Sexual Abuse.
She began her organization, This One Step, to help older survivors of Child Sexual Abuse deal with the trauma of being part of what she has named, "The Unknown Generation" A generation of survivors who had nowhere to go for support. In her late teens she began writing as a coping mechanism to deal with the PTSD. Her three books, "Cider Blocks and Oven Racks", "Billy Wayne's Christmas Train" and "The Unknown Generation" will be available in early 2016. She has written many southern short stories which have been published in different publications. She is now hosting her own blogtalk radio show Monday through Friday beginning at 6:00am.
I don't think anyone really cares that Charlie Sheen has HIV. His behavior while infected is what has people in an uproar. However, -sad to say- Charlie Sheen is no different than the countless other HIV positive individuals who fail to disclose prior to sex. Being that HIV still has a polarizing stigma associated with it can we blame people for not disclosing?
Would YOU disclose if you had it?
Do YOU know your status?
Do YOU know the status of your partners?
Have YOU ever had unsafe sex?
This episode is going to discuss why HIV is still a raging epidemic amidst all the methods of prevention. We will also exchange about what needs to be done to get communities (of color) more involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
In 2001 I experienced an emotional trauma and within six months was disabled with lupus, Crohn's, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, bi-polar, and multiple sclerosis (symptoms). I also suffered from chronic fatigue, brain fog, and hormonal imbalance (depression). In 2002 I was close to death and was totally bedridden. but I never gave up believing that something bad would turn into something good.
It did! In 2003, I found out what the "real" cause of cancer and disease was. It was an organism called mycoplasma, but there was no known treatment or "cure." It meant doom and gloom.
I had a curious mind. I wanted to know why I was so depressed that I wanted to die; why I was so chronically fatigued that I was bedridden; why I was wasting away; and much much more. So I started studying the organism and thanks to researchers like Dr. Harold Clark and whistle blowers like Donald W. Scott, I attribute and give thanks to them for what I know today.
Still very sick, I attended a mycoplasma conference in Sudbury, Canada in 2005. There, I had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Harold Clark (the keynote speaker) and he suggested I find a tetracycline IV which could inhibit it but not kill it. The immune system had to do that. So when I returned to St. Louis,
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