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In She Said, She Said #143, Genia and Andrea discuss open relationships. Do they work? Are you thinking about having an open relationship? How can you avoid drama if you're in an open relationship?
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Are there days when you don’t want to go to work simply because you don’t want to deal with some difficult person who works there? Do you get agitated when you pull into the parking lot and see “his car?” Do you feel if this person would just go away, your job would be a lot easier? But, that person happens to be your boss or a relative of your boss and he isn’t going anywhere! What can you do about that?
Join host, Judi Moreo, author of “You Are More Than Enough” and guest, Courtney Elizabeth Anderson, the Workplace Relationship Expert, as they explore how you can practice the “Joyful Art of Business,” and look at ways to combine the positive benefits of our professional endeavors (“business”) with the overall return on our efforts (“joy”). Work should not be a chore. The act of engaging in professional endeavors, in any capacity (i.e., as an employee employer, entrepreneur, contractor, volunteer, paid, full time, part time, intermittently, etc.) is an expression of our ideas and creative endeavors (“art”).
You don’t want to let the negative actions and behaviors of others steal your joy. By understanding that many people lack confidence and are unhappy which affects the way they behave, and by boosting our own self-confidence, we can improve our relationships. “When people are confident, when they think they are good at something, regardless of how good they actually are, they display a lot of confident nonverbal and verbal behavior. When they are faking confidence is usually when the difficult behavior arises.” Anderson believes that truly confident people don’t alienate others. Listen in and learn how you can boost your confidence and deal with those who are currently making your life miserable.
Hazel Butterworth of Melbourne, Australia, will give a half-hour Dharma talk on Work, exploring ways to invite more of our working life and more of ourselves at work into the fold of our spiritual practice.
She says of her current practice, "I have been practising yoga and meditation for around 16 years. Some of the juiciest streams in my practise of late are centred around cultivating wildness, living at the frontier of direct relationship with life and effortlessness. I first encountered Jaya in 2005 when she and Gemma came to Australia on the first Open Dharma retreat in Australia.
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This week on GEI Radio we will be discussing the DO'S and DON'TS in a Relationship ... From scenarios to real life situations! As usual, Also we will be joined by GEI NY and GEI NE Presidents Jon and Jay to discuss who #1 in Hip Hop. Our Co-Hosts will be chiming in with their blunt and honest opinions. We will also have our weekly blessing from Mr. Snowden and his Health Talk segment. This is guaranteed to be another GREAT show. So be sure to tune in this Sunday July 13, 2014 7-9pm 347-934-0021. Tell a friend to tell a friend
Well do they? Many say no, others say a curfew is necessary, but what do YOU say? Have you ever been in a relationship where your partner insisted that you be home at a certain time? Or do you place a curfew on your partner? Do curfews really work though? As an adult, I would think that would add problems to the relationship....who wants to be told what to do? When couples have respect for each other, I would think that a curfew isn't necessary, right? Besides, if someone really wants to do something, they'll do it regardless....legs are open 24/7, not just after midnight! Please tune in, call in and share your thoughts with us!
We try and try but relationships, especially marriages never seem to work out. Why can't it be easy? Why is so hard? Why don't we get along? There are so many questions as to why relationships don't seem to work out, and why is that? Join in the discussion as we talk about about why it won't work, and we needs to be done to fix it.
Some people say that all relationships, marriage, and love are “Hard Work,” but the work you put in can be rewarding when it’s done right. Others say that love, relationships, and marriage would never be labeled as “Hard Work” if people actually entered into these for the long haul, meaning that you’re signing up to stick together through good times and bad times so when the bad times come you don’t complain or bail. But, how you label the “Work” you put into relationships may have more to do with the person you’re with and how compatible the two of you are when it comes to problem solving, respect, and admiration, etc. Then again, maybe part of the “Hard Work” is less about the partnership and more about resolving issues of each individual so both people can heal, i.e. finding your collective cohesiveness.
Everyone enters relationships wounded in some way and the “Hard Work” may be humbling yourself to admit to flaws and do the “Work” to tackle difficult issues and challenges, making yourself a better partner for your mate. From this perspective, the "Hard Work” you do on yourself, benefits your mate and your relationship in a deeper sense. These are just a few ideas and We Want to Hear From You about how you find your relationships, marriage, and love to be “Hard Work,” if you do find them to be “Hard Work”?
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Do Men Shop For Sex, While Women Shop For Relationships?...But do men in-turn pay for sex with relationships, and thus women pay for relationships with sex?!?
With this in mind, should women not shop for relationships so blatantly?!? Considering men don't do it, and thus are generally turned off by the idea of it. Although, men do regularly subscribe to, value, respect, honor, etc relationships they are in, but they generally come about in the most organic fashions, vs “shopping” for them. So what's the most affective way to sync-up the two genders for the purpose of relationships?
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Physical Violence and Domestic Abuse (Ray Rice vs Adrian Peterson situation) Part II, Is it right to parallel sexual preference (orientation) to racial orientation? What's the difference in sexual orientation and sexual preference?
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1 Corinthians 13:4-8 Love is patient, love is kind, it does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others....it always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perserveres. Love never fails.....
Join us Thursday, September 11th on My Spirit Travels, as we discuss relationships, abuse and love. Many people ask the question why women and men stay in abusive relationships. Our guest, Janine Ingram, will share her thoughts on this subject and talk about the healing power of Love...Love for Self and others.
Harvey Bailey will also add to the conversation about how to create more Love in our relationships and will offer tools to create more intimacy, and communication through the use of the 5 Love Languages and Pillow Talk. This will be just a mini version of what he will be sharing at his upcoming workshop at the Spiritual Empowerment Center in Baltimore.
The call in number is 718-766-4468, 6:30 Eastern, 5:30 Central, or you can join in online at www.blogtalkradio.com/myspirittravels
SHOW NOTES: In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, “"How Do I Protect Myself While Remaining Open To New People?"
ANSWER: Make a commitment to yourself that you will keep yourself safe from harm.
1) Why should you remain open to new people?
“We all know people who are so much afraid of pain that they shut themselves up like clams in a shell and, giving out nothing, receive nothing and therefore shrink until life is a mere living death.” - Eleanor Roosevelt (longest serving First Lady of the US)
NOTE: This quote was discussed in these other shows:
RADIO SHOW/AUDIO PODCAST: Solutions...with Courtney Anderson! (SwCA) Episode 076 - Originally aired 4/8/2014 9:00 AM - MYTH WARRIORS! series - “I am scared. My fear is holding me back in life.” - Part 1 of 2
RADIO SHOW/AUDIO PODCAST: Solutions...with Courtney Anderson! (SwCA) Episode 077 - Originally aired 4/9/2014 9:00 AM - MYTH WARRIORS! series - “I am scared. My fear is holding me back in life.” - Part 2 of 2
2) What do we mean by 'protect'?
Definition of protect
": to keep (someone or something) from being harmed, lost, etc.
: to save (someone) from financial loss caused by fire, injury, damage, etc."
Protect. (n.d.). Retrieved August 24, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/protect
3) What specifically do we mean by 'open'? (Not vulnerable, not [...]
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