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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.
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.
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.
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."
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Your internal dialog isn’t always kind when critiquing the many things that you feel have gone wrong or right in your life. In fact, a lot of the time the dialog is downright negative, even when it’s couched with fake loving ownership. Not only is this not helpful in finding solutions to your problems and answers to the question that you have about your life and where to go with your life, it also creates other things that we must deal with. Namely lack, limitation, fear, illness, anger, stagnation etc.
Today’s show has been inspired by an article I recently read, written by Madison Sonnier: 7 Things to Remember When You Think You’re Not Good Enough. In our show today we will be discussing 10 self coaching points that will remind you that you have been and always will be more than enough. How to implement them and the benefits you may experience.
Join me Dr. Wendy Dearborne choice expert and life coach and Olivia Lashley expression coach and artist as we explore these 10 points.
Deanna talks about numerous issues and events, including Sandy Hook. The title of today's program is Okay, let’s talk about Sandy Hook. Please view Deanna's Sandy Hook Research and Notes particularly the page titled Wolfgang Halbig Asks Deanna to Stop Asking Questions and Critiquing Smallstorm's Video Delphi/Censorship Operation. After all, truth does not fear investigation!!!! I recommend that people listen to my program of February 20, 2014 about Sandy Hook.
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.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 89: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion hands the prestigious NFL Scouting Combine 2015 Skill Position Performer of the Year Award to Ameer Abdullah.
Charles Barkley would have lost World War II.
Critiquing extreme knee-jerk analysis recommending David Johson be drafted before Todd Gurley.
Melvin Gordon and Jay Ajayi's Combine performances were red flag-free.
The current crop of rookie running backs is elite at the top, extraordinary in the middle, and deep at the bottom.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Most nights we focus on critiquing the movies, and rightfully so...we're film critics! But for this episode, we'll be focused on the music. Each year since 1934 the Academy has honored the best original song with Oscar Gold. And the song must be an original. 'The current Academy rule says an eligible song "must be recorded for use in the motion picture prior to any other usage", so recordings released prior to the film will not disqualify a song as long as the film version was "recorded" before then'. With that in mind, we did our best to dig deep to find our favorite song winners and a few runners up to share with you, along with naming one of Oscars most prolific lyricist who has claimed Oscar Gold four times and the most nomination of any other songwriter to date.
The Fairy Tale Series - from Gail Pallotta
Mildred Colvin’s son, Jonathan, suggested his mother and each of her critique partners write a fairy tale and self-publish them.
We all agreed, saying we’d be there for each other if any of us got stuck during the process.
Mildred, who’s self-published over twenty books, spearheaded the effort. Vanessa Riley, who’s a talented designer as well as writer, volunteered to create a cover for each story.
We’re a laid-back group, so no one set rules about which fairy tales we chose or what direction we took with the retelling. We wanted and needed to make them consistent though.
First we discussed length and decided on novellas. Considering several options on how to tie them all together, we chose the location. June Foster had already started her story in a town called Fairwilde. We all agreed to put our characters there, but instead of having them in a particular town and state, we created Fairwilde Kingdom. I think this was important because it gave us a way to use more than one setting for our stories. Vanessa suggested the same size for the covers along with a title, sub-title and series name. We call each book A Fairwilde Reflection Novella.
We started writing and critiquing immediately. Working in our fantasy worlds for a year brought us lots of joy. We hope the novellas will do the same for our readers.
First out was At the Edge of a Dark Forest, a retelling of Beauty and the Beast by Connie Almony; next, Red and the Wolf, a version of Little Red Riding Hood by June Foster; third, Mirror on the Fall, an adaptation of Snow White by Mildred Colvin; fourth, Swept Away, a twist on Cinderella by Vanessa Riley and lastly Mountain of Love and Danger.
Today on EBC†RADIO your host Richard Haas will be critiquing a new clip by Pastor Steven Furtick from Elevation Church. The name of the clip he will be looking at deals with a sermon that Furtick preached on the 5th of December about "The Part We Must Play in Our Faith." Later in the show Richard will be talking about what is known as the "Evangelical Industrial Complex." Ever hear of it? If not make sure to stay tune and listen in and learn.
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