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Tonight we have a wonderful guest Clandis Payne~
Clandis V. Payne, MFA, L.M.F.T., and Licensed Minister is moved by a desire to fulfill the call to ‘heal the brokenhearted’. Clandis is a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, in Santa Barbara.
We will discuss the topic " Do we need psychiatric help? What is PTSS?
Our energies as human beings have been used to create wealth and power for others, in order to bolster the economies of the world. Just as our physical mass was used in chattle slavery our mental and spiritual mass is also being used to energize others and not ourselves.
We are subject to a system of injustice that is racism white supremacy. The perpetuation of this system has deep rooted implications on our psychological.
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Live: The Midnight Lover Bro Blue-Sultery,Slow & Easy Music for Your lover& You Lyrically, "When a Man Loves a Woman" covers the full range of sentiments about love and the human condition, in just under three minutes. Love hurts. Only love can break your heart. It's a thin line between love and hate. Love stinks. Love is like a heatwave. Love is like oxygen. My world is empty without you. Love to love you baby. When you look in the dictionary under "L" for love song, Sledge's timeless classic ballad could be the only definition. — Bruce Warren,
"Enjoy The Silence" could be interpreted as sulky, complaining that words only screw things up in a relationship. But I like to think that it's more about finding someone whose company you can enjoy without needing to chatter. It's like what Mia Wallace says in Pulp Fiction: "That's when you know you've found somebody really special: you can just shut the fuck up for a minute and comfortably share silence." — Maura Hehir
Is there any better intro to a song in all of soul music? Those Willie Mitchell-produced strings, punctuating horns, and seductive whispers that make up the first ten seconds of "Let's Stay Together" perfectly set the table (or is it the bed?) for what evolves into not only the definitive Al Green song but one of the sexiest love songs of all time. — Dan Wilcoxal green
Your sex life has gone from hot to not. Want to turn up the heat? Try some pillow talk. Too embarrassed to have “those kinds of words” come out of your mouth? Afraid you won’t do it right? Our sexperts share 5 secrets that’ll make your partner beg for more. Plus, how sexually adventurous are you? Take our quiz to find out...
I’m not sure how it happened, but sometime after the birth of my son I lost the ability to talk dirty in bed. I could do it before. In the heat of passion, I could say things that wouldn’t be out of place in a Sharon Stone movie.
Then suddenly, the best I could muster was, “Faster, slower, a little to the left, down a bit, there you go.” When it came to really titillating pillow talk, I drew a blank.
I was bewildered. My husband was puzzled and, I think, a little hurt. What had happened to his R-rated woman?
It was connected to having a baby, I knew. But the change surprised me. I’d figured I wouldn’t have a problem separating daytime “Mom” from nighttime “Vixen.”
But as my son’s second birthday approached, I had to admit that I’d underestimated the muzzling effect of motherhood. I needed some help.
Hezron Clarke was born and raised during his earlier years in the District of Moy Hall District, St. James, Jamaica, before migrating to the U.S.A. Whilst in Jamaica; Hezron developed his talent, being an ardent member of his church choir. His musical gift was evident to his family and friends who facilitated its development however possible. After his migration, Hezron continued to expand on the dexterity of his vocals by naturally transitioning into singing R & B, but was not entirely satisfied within that genre, as his calling was deeply embedded in the rich Reggae music of his homeland. As such, he was compelled to return to Jamaica to fulfil his true calling of being an outstanding Reggae artiste. Hezron’s latest performance at the 2012 staging of the “greatest one night reggae show”- “STING”, has left no doubts in the minds of the public as to his versatility, and vocal dexterity,
Narda "NADIVA DEVEREAUX" Malcolm was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica. In 2002 she entered the Jamaica Festival Song Competition and was placed 3rd in the entire island. She has entered and won several local contests and prizes in Jamaica. One of these great prizes was a scholarship to study Hospitality Management in the United States. While in college she majored in Hospitality Management with a minor in Music Production and Performance. In 2007, she graduated with honors from Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio. Then from Virginia State University in 2009 and the University of Delaware in 2012. Nadiva's talents are not limited to singing and song writing. She also makes some of the beats for her songs. Her repertoire consists of R & B, easy listening Reggae,Dance Hall Reggae, pop and soul. firstname.lastname@example.org call in 661-467-2407
Pillow talk is the relaxed, intimate conversation that often occurs between two sexual partners after the act of coitus, usually accompanied by cuddling, caresses, and other physical intimacy. It is associated with honesty, sexual afterglow, and bonding, and is distinguished from dirty talk which usually forms part of foreplay.
Pillow talk, more broadly may also refer to conversations between parties that may be of a more casual and flirting nature, and are not necessarily engaged in a physical relationship.
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Live Chat:Women Give Yourselves a Holiday... Go Some Where ... Take a Breather "
In this episode we will talk about women, the opportunities we have to be leaders, business owners and role models. We talk about the road to confidence and success as we examine our beautiful inner selves, transform our beautiful outer selves and step out into the world with a new look and a new message
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Dora Desamour is passionate about helping families strive! At the core of her being, she believes that healthy, functional families lead to stronger communities. She received her undergraduate degree in Corporate Communications, and her Mater’s degree in Communications with an emphasis in Human Resources Management. She is presently in training to receive a Coaching endorsement in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Health in your Hands: Essential oils that can help Sleep Disorders
All stress-related conditions, including insomnia, respond well to aromatherapy.
How to use essential oils
For skin application the essential oil must be diluted in a vegetable carrier oil such as cold-pressed sunflower oil or sweet almond oil. Use 7 -10 drops of essential oil to 25ml (five teaspoons) of carrier oil for adults, 3-5 drops for children under seven and 1-3 drops for children under the age of three. Do not use essential oils on newborn babies.
Any oil can be used in the bath. Add 5-10 drops for adults, 3-5 drops for children over two, and only one drop of a very gentle oil such as chamomile or lavender for younger children.
Inhalation is also effective. Put one or two drops of a relaxing oil onto a handkerchief and tuck it inside your pillow to help you sleep.
A combination of essential oils may be used.
Essential Oils for Sleep
A relaxing bath with essential oils of Roman camomile and geranium will help a person to unwind before sleep. A glass of camomile tea will complete the process.
A relaxant effect may be provided by oils of camomile, lavender, neroli, rose, and marjoram. Add a few drops to your bathwater or sprinkle a few drops on a handkerchief and inhale.
The following essential oils may be useful for management of sleep.
Benzoin (Styrax benzoin)
Useful for: Insomnia, anxiety.
Caution: Can cause dermatitis in some people.
Jasmine (Jasminum officinalis)
Jasmine is relaxing and soothing, antidepressant, sedative, aphrodisiac, and expectorant. It is non-toxic, and non-irritant.
Useful for: Insomnia, depression, apathy, nervous exhaustion, stress, catarrh, breathing difficulties.
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Tinga Stewart (born Neville Stewart in 1959 in Kingston, Jamaica) is holding strong as a purveyor of dancehall reggae. He started recording in the late '60s; his first recording was "She's Gone" in 1969 but the release of "Hear That Train" with Ernest Wilson, who was a member of the Claredonians, really got the ball rolling. The pairing with Wilson was spur of the moment as Stewart also led a group (the Wildcats) that performed in Kingston's hotels and clubs. From that, he joined Byron Lee & the Dragonaires and gigged all over Jamaica with the popular group. Though reggae-rooted, Stewart was popular with tourists because of his love for American pop hits, especially soul music. A stint with Boris Gardner Happening Band was his last group venture before going solo in 1973, when he enjoyed a local hit with "Funny Feeling." In 1974, he won the Jamaica Festival Song Competition by singing "Play de Music," written by Ernie Smith. Roman Stewart -- his brother -- won the contest the following year with a song Stewart and Willie Lindo wrote, entitled "Hooray Festival."
Stewart was voted the Most Popular Artist in Jamaica in 1981