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  • 01:00

    Why Children Hate Their Parents | K8426

    in Parents

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    Host: Roy Masters
    Roy discussed why America's children hate their parents.


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  • 00:27

    Parents Perspective

    in Parents

    We as sports parents must be active in lives of our children as athletes

  • 01:00

    Empower Yourself and the Children in your Life with Dan King!

    in Self Help

    Join me for the first MONTHLY SOULgasm EDITION of Empowering Yourself and Your Children! We are gonna find out what Dan is all about and how what he shares may change your perspective on things for good!

  • 00:25

    Help Wanted - Adoptive Parents for children in Foster Care

    in Health

    Diane Tomaz of the Massachusetts Adoption Resources Exchange (MARE) talks about adoption and the needs of the children waiting in foster care.


    Many of these children have special needs.  Addy is a good example.


    Addy is a 4-year-old Caucasian girl who continues to make tremendous progress in her growth and development. Addy has some developmental delays and a genetic condition called Micro-duplication syndrome, which can present as having Autism like symptoms and behavioral challenges. She will need to be formally re-evaluated in the future to determine if she still falls on the Autism spectrum due to the tremendous progress she has made.


    Addy attends pre-school with the support of an Individualized Educational Plan. She is no longer in a self-contained classroom due to the gains she has made and she is now in an integrated preschool program. Addy’s speech has also increased and she continues to receive speech therapy at school to assist with her speech delays.


    Legally freed for adoption, Addison will need a family that is prepared for her needs and the unknowns that come with it. A family that has parenting experience would be preferred.


    Addison will need a family that is able to keep her in contact with her younger sister and grandmother with four to six visits a year. She also has an open adoption agreement with her birth mother for post-adoption visits.

  • 00:46

    Parents Perspective .................. What's Next?

    in College & High School

    How can we best support our children is an ongoing conversation.  Each week we can highlight another aspect of the recruiting process that can bring you a little closer to reaching your goal.  Sports is a part of little that we all learn from.  Whether you are an athlete or not, sports has plenty to offer.  We as parents of athletes, can use each lesson of the game as teaching tools to success.

  • 00:09

    Borderline Personality Disorder vs. Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    in Self Help

    I discuss the distinctions between BPD and NPD, both of which are Cluster B disorders but do have differences in interpersonal motivation, range of emotions and effectiveness/receptiveness to treatment. To learn more about the differences, pre-order my new book, Becoming the Narcissist's Nightmare: How to Devalue and Discard the Narcissist While Supplying Yourself, here: http://www.amazon.com/Becoming-Narcissists-Nightmare-Narcissist-Supplying-ebook/dp/B01B01O3PA/

  • 00:30

    Teen Dating Violence Awareness: A Conversation with Latin@ Parents

    in Women

    Even parents who work in the domestic violence field don't have all the answers when it comes to talking to their children about healthy relationships, domestic violence and sexual assault. Nallely Castro Montoya, Youth Initiatives Specialist and Lois Gutierrez, Youth Family Advocate, will speak with Rosario de la Torre, Community Advocacy and Partnerships Manager and Ivette Izea Martinez, Community Engagement Manager, about successes and challenges they've faced when talking to their children about these important topics.

  • 00:31

    Communication: Social Media & Parents. Do You Know Your Children?

    in Religion

    On Blog Talk Radio with Dr. Barbara of Faith Restoration Ministries Int'l. Many marital relationships are in trouble. Since we live in a broken world where sin has become the order of the day, every couple should safe-guard the marriage to keep it strong and healthy.


    Faith Restoration Ministries Int'l with Dr. Barbara Stuart holds Weekly Seminars on various topics pertaining to  Marriage, Family, Relationships, and Singleness. The aim is to help individuals cope with painful situations.


    Blog Talk Radio www.blogtalkradio.com/DrBTMC Go to the website for Archives and more information.


    To call into the Program Dial 646 652 4611


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  • 01:15

    What Are Your Children Doing??

    in Culture

    What do you think about homeschooling? Do you know what your children are learning in class? Are you paying attention to what games they play and shows they watch? Do you listen to your children? Do you know their interests, their friends, their challenges? The concept of children being at odds with their parents is a western concept that is foreign to melanated people everywhere. However, we've been acclamated by enslavement, social engineering, media hypnotism, religious programming...until we raise our children like potential enemies. But there are some beautiful examples of our strong families as well. What does it take for a family to be connected and cooperative in modern society? We'll talk most about what challenges our children are facing, and how we can support them.

  • 00:42

    Randi Fine Answers Your Questions About Narcissistic Personality Disorder Abuse

    in Psychology

    As a survivor of Narcissistic abuse myself I know how frustrating, helpless, and confusing this disorder can be to deal with. As an experienced counselor I know that issues dealing with this problem are always arising. I am fully aware that many of you cannot afford the out of pocket expense of paying for counseling, but do have important questions you would like answered. I can and want to help all of you work through these sensitive issues.


    The second Friday of every month my internet radio show, A Fine Time for Healing, will be entirely devoted to taking to your calls and answering your questions about NPD. The advice is FREE!


    The show airs at 11 a.m. EST and runs for 45 minutes. The number you will call to connect with the show and speak to me is 424-220-1801.


    This time will not be a convenient one for everyone so there is another way for you to get your questions answered. Just email me ahead of time and I will read your questions on air and answer them. I assure you that your identity will be kept anonymous.


    All shows will be recorded and archived after broadcasting. They can be listened to at your convenience by clicking on the link I will provide you when you email me. Please send your emails to loveyourlife@randigfine.com with “Radio Show Question” in the subject heading.

  • 01:00

    Children: Potential Future Leaders

    in Lifestyle

    The host of Let's Talk Truth and her guest will expound on the maturity of today's children that is standing in line to be the potential leaders of the future of this world. Can we sleep at night being confident in the ability of our young children to lead us prosperously. If we should take a good look at the behavior of our today's youth, can we see the potential growth or failure of the world. How frightened are we and is that fear enough for us to do something about it. Are we destined to live the balance of our promised life at the mercy of children, our potential future leaders. Join us today, Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 7:30pm (cst) by dialing 347-843-4945 and share with others how you feel. Understand, our potential future leaders are being groomed for life, but by whom?