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This show will discuss teh challenges that Veterans cope with on a daily basis. Marriages, intimacy, divorce, rigity,anti social,not fitting into groups. hard to laugh, what support syustmes do they have and are they valid.Hypervigilance, fear, and more.
Greetings to all God's women of today I am honored to come to you this evening with a very interesting topic Siblings, Yes we all have them and at times it can be a little challenging.Have you ever wondered how is it possible we came from the same mother but so differently in many ways? Have you ever battled with your siblings? Have you ever been jealous of your siblings? Well the wait is over I have the answers for you and together we are going to conquer those issues and help find ways to cope with those difficult siblings that we have in our lives.Maybe they are there to help us grow? Come to be blessed.I promise you will leave with a new perspective.Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
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1. Tough question.2. Very few people are prepared.3. Are you?
Mother's Monday: "How Do I Help My Child or Children Cope With Their Absent Father”?
A divorce or separation can be a painful and stressful time for the children involved, especially if a parent is absent. While you are likely hurting as well, it is important to help your child cope with the difficult transition. Sometimes not knowing what to say or being unsure of how to say something can be even more frustrated.
This episode will provide mothers with tools to assistant their child(ren) in coping with the absent of their father or a father that is inconsistent.
How do I separate what I feel from what my child(ren) feel?
Do I make my child(ren) visit their father when he is not consistent?
How can I stop the pain?
What are the steps in helping my child(ren) cope with their absent father?
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"What do Sugar, Ginger, and the White Album have in common? Are YOU depressed... perhaps lacking Vitamin S? Just 'Dig A Pony.' By listener request, may I humbly Introduce To YOU Day TEN of Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis. A LIVE READING, entry by entry... from the horse's mouth! Please Tune In and ENJOY! 'Dear Prudence' Radio - Life Advice to Help YOU Cope!"
Please join Amanda Grieme, Author of “Dear Prudence,” Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis, and former English/Creative Writing Educator. Amanda LIVES with Bipolar Disorder choosing writing as her catharsis and creative medium to help others. Her life experience with mental illness, self-medication will lend listeners invaluable, often quirky life advice. Tune in to share in life’s struggles, folly, laughter, tears… idiosyncratic oddities… cradled by eclectic music selections.
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Life is full of ups and downs, but what do you do when those down days just keep on happening? Join me as we discussed how to manage those days and move from a negative mindset about them, to a positive mindset. It's only when you learn how to create a consistent positive mindset that you life starts to change and you start to have more good days than bad ones. Then you can learn how to create a life that you love!
April 4th marks the anniversary of Dr. King's assassination. We think not only of Coretta Scott King but of the many young widows of that era, the wives of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and others who gave their lives for social justice. Social activism is an admirable trait. But there are sacrifices that activists make which can be difficult for family members to deal with: constant meetings, phone calls at odd hours, events held during holidays and what's supposed to be family time, and don't forget protest marches in which there are arrests. Can a person's spouse get fed up with being married to an Activist? Hiow do you handle it when your spouse is dedicated to a cause
THE FEMALE SOLUTION with Naimah Latif
April 4th marks the anniversary of Dr. King's assassination. We think not only of Coretta Scott King, but of the many young widows of that era, the wives of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and others who gave their lives for social justice. Social activism is an admirable trait. But there are sacrifices that activists make that can be difficult for family members to deal with: constant meetings, phone calls at odd hours, events held during holidays, and disruption of what is supposed to be family time, and don't forget protest marches in which there are arrests. How does it feel to have to come get your spouse out of jail? Can a person get fed up with being married to an Activist? How do you handle it when your mate id dedicated to a cause?