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  • 02:40

    Critiquing Without Criticizing-A Love Skill

    in Relationships

    If you hear more critical than critiquing talk, it may be time to change some things.  Being demeaning with putdowns, complaints, fault-finding, derogatory remarks, etc. is increasingly taken to mean a person is criticizing.  This is the number two reason for couple’s breakups (the number one reason is insufficiently loving) according to some research.  Criticism helps love relationships break apart. Critiquing, as a rule, helps love relationships address issues in a balanced, positive way.


    It is a mistake trying to make improvements in a relationship by talking in the negative i.e. griping, complaining, blaming, criticizing, etc..  Relationship related complaints are often founded in love hunger and an appropriate desire to be better treated, or are founded in some hurtful experience to which well expressed love will be the cure. 

  • 01:34

    Church of Reality 112: Counterfeiting & Financial Armaggedon with Adam Thick

    in News

    Adam Thick knows about money, he runs a successful business, is a consultant in everything from security threat assessment to evaluating and critiquing TV show ideas. But Adam also knows what the inside of a federal pen looks like because he was convicted of Counterfeiting. Tune in and listen to his amazing story.


    Check out his  Website: www.extremekidnapping.com

  • 02:00

    Let's try This AGAIN! The Grindhouse on Afropunk, Comix & More! Sat. @6pm EST

    in Politics Conservative

    *Due to the Last Show's Tech Issues and being cut short.....Let's try THIS again! Same topics (and More) REWIND!...sort of:


    Howdy, folks.  We're back after an understandable pre-emption due to last weekend's legendary Afropunk Festival held at Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park.  Check out our impressions of the event during the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse Mixtape airing this Saturday at 6pm EST.  Join your hosts, Dburt, Daryll B and Capt. Kirk as they discuss the following issues:  Dburt's thoughts on the escalation (and evolution) of the other Black experience commonly refered to as Afropunk; a St. Louis mother's empassioned rant critiquing the Black Lives Matter movement goes viral; futurist and entrepreneur, Elon Musk's vacuum travel project might be gaining more traction and viability; a belated hat tip to Shadow and Act for their highlighting of an upcoming film project about African American women who were NASA mathematicians during the Civil Rights era; and while films about Black genius are in development, memetic minstrelsy may get rewarded (again) with Straight Outta Compton garnering Oscar buzz (do they ever give awards that show AA communities in a good light?); DC's Vixen gets her animated closeup.  And lastly, famed director, Steve McQueen with the assistance of Hollywood iconic actor/activist, Harry Belafonte may be gearing up to make a Paul Robeson biopic (Oscar, anyone?).  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.


    In fact, because of this deep desire for peace, the ruling class leaders of this land, from 1945 on, stepped up the hysteria and propaganda to drive into American minds the false notion that danger threatened them from the East.-Paul Robeson

  • Post AfroPunk Thoughts, Epic Viral Rant on BLM & More-The Mid Week@7:30pm EST

    in Politics Conservative

    Howdy, folks.  We're back after an understandable Saturday pre-emption due to this past weekend's legendary Afropunk Festival held at Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park.  Check out our impressions of the event during the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST.  Join your hosts, Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they discuss the following issues:  Dburt's thoughts on the escalation (and evolution) of the other Black experience commonly refered to as Afropunk; a St. Louis mother's empassioned rant critiquing the Black Lives Matter movement goes viral; futurist and entrepreneur, Elon Musk's vacuum travel project might be gaining more traction and viability; a belated hat tip to Shadow and Act for their highlighting of an upcoming film project about African American women who were NASA mathematicians during the Civil Rights era; and while films about Black genius are in development, memetic minstrelsy may get rewarded (again) with Straight Outta Compton garnering Oscar buzz (do they ever give awards that show AA communities in a good light?); DC's Vixen gets her animated closeup.  And lastly, famed director, Steve McQueen with the assistance of Hollywood iconic actor/activist, Harry Belafonte may be gearing up to make a Paul Robeson biopic (Oscar, anyone?).  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.


    In fact, because of this deep desire for peace, the ruling class leaders of this land, from 1945 on, stepped up the hysteria and propaganda to drive into American minds the false notion that danger threatened them from the East.-Paul Robeson

  • 01:59

    Stop Being Offended For Us - Critiquing our own circles.

    in Entertainment

    Okay... So we have to say this for the 4th, 5th, 6th... 538,393,859th time. 

    We are adults, and we can handle our own social media spaces without "allies" baby sitting us.

  • 01:03

    Real 2 Real Radio with Tamara Gooch & Tamika Sims

    in Entrepreneur

    Host: Tamara Gooch


    Guest: Tamika Sims


    Topic: Building Resistance In Your Brand


    Tamika's Bio


    Originally from South Carolina, Tamika survived a physically, sexually and emotionally abusive relationship of eight years. She did not let this stop her; it was her passion to see others rescued from the pain of abuse that led her to share her own story. In 2011, Sims released her debut novel “The Plus Factor.” Her efforts were rewarded not only by the lives she touched, but also in 2012 when she won the “BWABC Literacy Rocks! Author Award.”  She was featured as a 2015 Powerful Woman during the SC Girl Scouts Troop Mountains to Midlands Powerful Woman Summit. Tamika is 1/6th of a powerful group of women who have created the SC Empowerment Tour.


    Tamika launched Ink Pen Diva Manuscript Critique Services, LLC to support new and veteran authors in critiquing their manuscript and other writings. Taking business one step further, Tamika launched a writer’s group coaching program to give participants complete knowledge in writing and publishing their book from conception to completion.


    Tamika has served as an expert in the areas of domestic violence and sexual assaultfor numerous NBC, FOX, CBS affiliates and numerous radio stations.


     

  • 00:58

    YOUR WORDS ARE CALLING w/ E. CLAUDETTE FREEMAN on "ME, GOD AND a CUP OF COFFEE"

    in Women

    JOIN THE CONVERSATION SATURDAY 8 A.M. 347-996-5568. E. (Emily) Claudette Freeman spent some 24 years in radio in South Florida, before leaving to start her own media corporation, Emily C. Freeman Creative Holdings, LLC. The company does business through E. Claudette Freeman Literary Services which provides an array of writing services to a multi-cultural demographic including: coaching, editing, critiquing and life coaching based on literary principles.


    Employing literary principles and styling to empowerment and life coaching modules, Freeman, a Certified Life Coach Practitioner through the American Association of Christian Therapists also hosts the Arise Center for Literary Healing, in-home, conference, ministry and workplace, teleconference and webinar based literary empowerment and birthing purpose programs. Birthing purpose or strategy sessions/program come from Freeman’s belief that part of her universal and divine purpose is her natural ability to help others tap into what they were created to give birth to.  Freeman has been called a birth coach and midwife from many of her clients and those who have attended her workshops. http://www.eclaudetteliterary.com/about-me.html


    "Me God and A Cup Of  Coffee" is a show that recognizes that every day must start with a morning conversation with God.  Through sharing your experiences with others we realize that "We are more alike than we are different".  Join us for a morning conversation. Grab your mug and fill it up.  #347-996-5568, Saturday at 8 a.m. weekly.  

  • 01:07

    Society's obsession with body shaming

    in Pop Culture

    On this episode I'll be discussing society’s obsession with body image and body shaming. We see it in the media on awards shows or on shows like the fashion police. We may overhear someone on the street make comments about what the next woman may or may not be wearing. We see it in the comments section of social media websites like Facebook and Instagram. We see it everywhere. We have become a society that has become comfortable critiquing and criticizing other women. Whether one is curvy or slim, fashionista or not, it seems like somebody always has something to say.


    Tune in tJuly 28 at a special timw 9:30 pm (EST) by dialing in at (347) 989-1140 to listen or join in on the conversation. Or stream live on your PC or smart phone at:


    www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalkwithnancy

  • 02:13

    This is a call out!!!!... On the abuse of the concept of a Call Out.

    in Entertainment

    https://socialdissonance.wordpress.com/2015/05/16/all-called-out-by-phoenix-calida/


    This blog post is about Call Outs by Phoenix Calida. 

    We'll center the show around that, plus we'll have news, comment and William J Jackson critiquing rap. 

    We alson have liberals donating to a sick conservative. 
    Baltimore investing 30 MIllion in a prison instead of 11 Million on education. 


    Men's Rights Activists are Maxed out on being Mad about Mad Max.


    Wyoming makes it a crime to collect evidence of pollution. 

    Let's get into this episode of the Wine Cellar. 
     

  • 00:52

    Suspense writer Linda Prather joins Authors on the Air LIVE to discuss writing

    in Books

    Authors on the Air Host Pam Stack welcomes suspense and paranormal writer Linda Prather.  Linda says this: "Something was missing in my life.  I wanted to write.  No, actually I needed to write.  In the mid 90s I joined a group called Green River Writers in Louisville, Kentucky.  The next five years contain many of my fondest memories of being a part of a group of authors.  Critiquing and being critiqued.  Learning to hone a craft that isn't simply putting words on a page.  I combined my love of mysteries with my love of metaphysics.  The payoff?  In 2005 I submitted my first novel, The Gifts, A Jacody Ives Mystery to Echelon Press, a small trade publisher.  After several months of nail biting and walking the floor I was offered a contract to publish.  Wow! I believed The Gifts to be a good book, but my readers amazed me even more when it took 2nd place in the Preditor's and Editor's contest for best novel of 2006 and was nominated for The David Award.  Reader requests resulted in my writing a prequel, Sacred Secrets, which has not been released by Amazon Digital. Research into the third Jacody Ives Mystery led to my studies in the paranormal research field, as well as my becoming a Paranormal Investigator.  I'm currently working on the 3rd and 4th Jacody Ives Mystery as well as a suspense novel and legal thriller."


    This is a LIVE broadcast that you may comment on by calling 347-633-9609.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Find us on all the social media sites.  Tweet to the host @PamStackHost.


     

  • 02:49

    what right does Muslims ,Christians,and Hebrews have Critiquing our thing

    in Culture

    what right does Muslims ,Christians,and Hebrews have Critiquing our thing  as African people.What right do they have to critique our elders.As a matter of fact the line is drawn in the sand.