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This replay confirms that sometimes sensitive subjects can hang around for years. I'm talking about financial disagreements. I'm taking a stand (and apparently have been for at least a year now) on a topic over where to direct our dollars and how to aquire our next vehicle.
It's funny, my husband continually pointed our the cars he's thinking of on our way home from church today. I could think of nothing but this podcast. I'll have to send him the link so he can be reminded.
Viewing a discussion from different perspectives doesn't mean the other person is wrong. However, there are times when one must stand their ground in a fight over money. I'll show you how.
All links discussed are available in the show notes at debtfreedivas.org.
We will be discussing how important it is to know that you can create an enemy by your words, deeds, actions and character defects. Thinking that a person is your enemy can cause you to create an enemy where there is none. Just because you have disagreements, differences, and opposite views does not mean that you should start treating someone like they are your enemy. Too many times in relationships we allow our expectations of how a person should respond or react to us causes us to view them as an enemy. Creating an enemy where there is none stops all process of reconcilliation, and wars do not stop as long as one side is opposing. In order to operate in love, we need to be aware that our enemy is not the person we are dealing with, it is those prinicipalities that have been set against us to keep us from loving one another as God commands. We have to make the decision to follow God's Commandment to love one another as He loves us, instead of being ruled by the prinicipality that is the true enemy.
Ephesians 6:12King James Version (KJV)
12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
2 Corinthians 10:4-6 KJV
4 (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;)
5 Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;
6 And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.
Tonight we are talking to Tola Onibanjo about Step-parenting and how she managed to successfully parent her children. If you are dating and you or your partner have children this show will help you.
Tola Onigbanjo popularly known as ‘WiseTola’ is who one would call a woman of many hats. A mother of 5 & a grandmother, an author, radio presenter, host and also the founder of Women4Africa an organisation which seeks to ‘celebrate the ordinary woman doing extraordinary things’ which has also been dubbed as the largest gathering of African women in Europe. Despite her wearing many hats, she still finds time to put family first. Her passion for parenting is what led to her writing her very first ever book which is titled ‘STEPS – It’s Time To Quit Step-Parenting And Become A Parent’. The book as the title suggests is about step-parenting and deals with real life as Tola speaks from her own experiences and how she handled issues that are most likely to arise in such family relationships.
Tola Onigbanjo Founder 'Women4Africa' Published Author/Speaker/Presenter
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Tonight's Topic: How Do You Handle Discord Among Band/Team Members?
Disagreements happens when there is two or more members in a Band, Group Team. Just to name a few of the issues that may arise in a group situation, financial issues, legal, drugs, alcohol, rehearsal, tardiness and etc. How you deal with the matters is what will make the difference in term longevity .
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How many times have we found ourselves in a situation with someone where he or she will not back down from an argument? No matter what, that person insists he or she is correct. Situations like this are often unpleasant and frustrating and we often don’t think very highly of people who must be right at all costs.
We have to ask ourselves, though, how often do we do the very same thing? Our first reaction is likely that we’re not like that at all. But is that really the case? Are we more like the person who has to be right; only to lesser degrees?
How many disagreements could possibly be solved by simply harmoniously agreeing to disagree? It is possible. It merely requires us to change our perspective. It demands that we stop seeing the world from a self righteous viewpoint.
In this podcast we learn that when we find ourselves in one of those tense situations where we just have to prove our point, we can defuse the situation by asking ourselves, “Would I rather be right, or would I rather happy?”
We will find that momentary feeling of victory, of winning the point, or the whole match, is fleeting, because friction and strife is not likely getting you where you want to go. It is not creating stronger bonds. It is not moving you in the direction of personal growth. It’s really keeping you stuck.
We’ll discover that sometimes we simply have to decide between being right, or being happy. Because the reality is, that you can’t always be both.
God is so not the author of confusion, but we know people who carry confusion and like to cause confusion. They want everyone to be mixed up, tangled up, and discombobulated. This is not the will of God. His will is peace and joy.
And we know there are those in our life, in our family, on our job, and yes in the church who disagree about everything. They live just to argue and disagree! I am however a firm believer in learning to agree to disagree. You have a perspective and I have a perspective…all of God’s children have a perspective and that is okay. I do not have to argue you down to prove your perspective is wrong and mine is right. No, thank you!
Tonight, my Mom will talk with us on this very topic! Join us as we learn about the things that keep confusion and disagreements stirred up, so that we will learn to be instruments of peace and joy! Sister Brenda Humphrey is teaching tonight. Talk with you then!
REPLAY of earlier show as this is a timely topic for many.
If you have any arguments, abuse, divorce, spouse disagreements, or any kind of conflict in your life or the extended family, you can be sure, the holidays will bring this out in spades! Are your children affected, can the violence be spoken or unspoken, and can the pain last for seconds or a lifetime? Stand up now and listen, break that chain and take back the life that is your before it is too late.
Rosalind Sedacca and Amy Sherman are family mechanics experts for adults and children. Rosalind is recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce and founder of the Child-Centered Network. Amy is a licensed mental health counselor and founder of Your Baby Boomers Network. Dr. Jeanette Gallagher is a coach for Women Over 50 who have lived a lifetime of regrets and wish to improve their choices in later life.
Generous or Aloof? Spending and Saving as a Type 1
Planner or Worry-wart? Spending and Saving as a Type 2
Practical or Cheap? Spending and Saving as a Type 3
Structured or Stingy? Spending and Saving as a Type 4
The Relationship Series: The Type 1 – Type 1 Combo (You can access the 11 other Type combinations beginning on this post)
4:04 - Type 4 SAHM with a Type 1 self-employed husband. Tips for staying sane?
11:20 - Type 2 mom with a Type 3, 4 y.o. who gets angry when it's time to turn off his TV shows.
21:59 - Type 4 mom with a Type 3, 4 y.o. who always wants what others have.
30:14 - Type 1 wife with a Type 4 husband -- question about finances
37:53 - Type 4 wife with Type 2 husband who shames kids. Parenting disagreements.
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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ONESHIPS IN THE 40'S, 50,S, AND 60,. WHERE DID WE LOOSE RESPECT FOR EACH OTHER AS MEN AND WOMAN. HOW WAS THE HOUSE HOLD RAN WITH AND WITHOUT RELIGION? WHY DO YOU THINK WE ARE HAVING MORE DIVORCES, DISAGREEMENTS AND DOMESTIC SITUATIONS, DO YOU THINK SOCIETY HAS A PART TO PLAY IN HOW WE STRUCTURE OUR ONESHIPS?
Ways to approach disagreements over spirituality within the church, family and occupations. We all want to think that those we care about or respect are open to hearing new opinions, thoughts and even correction. Unfortunately, that often isn't the case... Do you take the risk of breaking the relationship, possibly being asked to leave a fellowship or relationship, because you start to see things differently from other people? This causes us to ask ourselves what is more important -- relationship to God or friendship with others. Not that they are mutually exclusive -- far from it -- but it helps to have options ahead of time, knowing the likelihood that you will run up against both the religious system and the world system.
Have you finally come to realize that your life isn't quite the Bowl of Cherries you once thought it could be-yet it isn't? Has your addiction or addictive nature created problems or Havoc in your personal or business lives? Can you see the biggest problem in your life - IS YOU? Of course not - let's continue to blame others or the world for all of the misfortunes that affect our happiness. It sure is a whole lot easier to blame someone else rather than to face reality AND ACCEPT THE RESPONSIBILITY THAT OUR PROBLEMS ARE THE END RESULT OF THE INNUMEROUS BAD CHOICES THAT WE HAVE BEEN MAKING ALMOST ON A DAILY - PERHAPS HOURLY BASIS! If you can face these facts - (because deep down inside you know it is true) then perhaps you may want to join us tonight and every Sunday night as My Guests and I candidly review and discuss those actions/decisions of ours - AND the bad habits they seemed to be matched with, which broguht the greatest challenges and difficulties into our lives. Can you ever escape them? Why - "I" Daniel Czuba am living proof that ANYONE can enjoy Serenity int heir lives by following these 12 Steps of Reocvery - or programs that offer similar types of Guidence and support...This is a LIVE CALL-IN Talk Show - premised on helping to eliminate the Stigmas surrounding Recovery from Addicitions. Call-in with your Ideas, Comments, agreements, or disagreements, perhaps you even have a story to share - we want to hear from you! Dial 323-580-5755 and be a part of this educational. informative and oftentimes insightful program - shared through the eyes of those working these programs and living Recovery on a daily basis. We are NOT Doctors, or Counselors, or Psychologists, but we are ALCOHOLICS who found Recovery and would like to share our very own EXPERIENCE-STRENGTH-and HOPE to those wanting to escape the pain, the consequences,and the Shame of our addicitions. JOIN US! - IT's FREE to those who want it!
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John’s guests on this CHI FOR YOURSELF are Dr. Susan Campbell and Dr. John Grey, co-authors of FIVE-MINUTE RELATIONSHIP REPAIR: Quickly Heal Upsets, Deepen Intimacy, and Use Differences to Strengthen Love.
Most couples start out their committed relationships with the best intentions and optimism. Over time, upsets and disagreements begin to erode the loving feelings, and fighting erupts, often escalating toward divorce. What happened to all that love, they may ask? How do they recapture that sense of devotion and delight? Our guests will discuss communication skills to quickly turn those upsets around into opportunities for growth in the relationship.