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It has been said that to be drunk in love or "love drunk" is when you miss the other person so much that you simply cannot get them out of your mind and you become a mess constantly thinking about them. You're facebooking them, calling, texting trying to get a hold of them, and going crazy when you can't reach them.
Some people said they zone out, become anxious and can't think straight, sounds like "drunk to me." Real Talk, when you love someone, don't you think about them constantly, love to be around them and if you were to break up, heartbreak would occur? So what's the difference?
Let's talk about this Love Drunken State.... is it healthy or dysfunctional?
Think your family is dysfunctional? Best selling author Mary Murphy’s multi-blended birth family would make your family look like the Cleavers. Guaranteed. Mary’s parents were each married numerous times and Mary has twenty-one step, half, and adopted brothers and sisters. To make matters worse, she suffered other misfortunes. At four months of age she had major surgery for cancer of the liver, and when she was four years old she endured the tragic death of her nine-year-old sister.
Tonight we are talking about dysfunctional famillies. I am joined by Author Yuya Assaan-AN. Yuya has been a counsellor and guide for families and community leaders for over fifteen years. He currently lectures on spiritual growth within families, cross-cultural relationships, community rearing, family rites of passage, traditional indigenous family models, single mothers raising young males, and more. He is the author of “Solutions for Dysfunctional Family Relationships&r
Listen in this week as Krista interviews Diana Lynn, author and business owner from Kirkland, WA. Diana has been a business owner since 2005 and wrote a book called Pieces of Me: Life of a Recovering Dysfunctional in 2011. Diana has a story of overcoming many kinds of adversity, including domestic violence, teenage pregancy, dropping out of high school, poverty, and loss. However, through God's help and goal setting, Diana leads a successful life today and wants to share strength
Do you ever wish you could exchange certain family members or outright return them? The day of the perfect family are long gone, and unfortunately have been replaced with a new normal called "dysfunctional". So how do you cope when your family is less than perfect? Join us as licensed Professional and Certified School Counselor, Chrystol Payne, shares a professional perspective on families and provides tools to help you press past the dysfunction
The scene of the world has drastically changed when it comes to relationships. Especially with black america. It seems as though love is based on more so superficial or materialistic grounds than anything else. The media is playing a sizable amount in our relationships. We look to celebrities, tv shows, movies and music as the guideline or how things should be. We see the tainted images that's been portrayed and it has nothing to do with being faithful and monogamous. In fact, it is the total opposite. Being in a relationship but having multiple men/women on the sides. Being in situationships (whatever that is), not respecting someone else's established union and the list goes on and on. Love as a whole often times isn't so simple but we unnecessarily complicate things that aren't that complicated. This is not to say that other races are perfect and that they don't have issues but looking at the media as a whole, who take's the lead in drama based reality shows, the constant media scandals, the music lyrics that portray that it is acceptable to have a main chick and then chicks on the side. My black people. It's sad and also discouraging. Share your thought's on the show!
These days there are alot of people living in dysfunctional relationships...Some marriages are bad, some marriages are goood. But there seems to be a big debate when it comes to shackin' up and being unmarried. Some couples are making it just fine living together and being happily unmarried while others are living in turmoil. So tonight onTthe Get Heard Show we're gonna debate the subject and find out what's really going on!!
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Dianna Lynn is an author and entrepreneur who has written a wonderful book "Pieces of Me-Life of a Recovering Dysfunctional" Pieces of Me is a collection of short stories about events in Dianna's life. Some of them are miracles. Some of them are life lessons. Many of them will remind you of experiences in your own life. ALL of them were written to inspire you to follow your heart, live your dreams, and have the best life possible. Tune in and get in
Rev. Karen Herrick, PhD is interviewed on one of the most important social issues: dysfunctional families. Author of the book "You're not finished yet" and director-founder of Adult Child Center of Dysfunctional Home, Dr. Herrick has helped many families with her spiritual approach. Read more
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