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Dr. Kemp is just returning from California and therefore, this week's show is an encore presentation of last week's show about Step Two that outlines the 170 mental and emotional diagnoses, which raised several questions regarding what sexual issues may represent, along with questions concerning those with anti-social reactions that have hurt others and how Dr. Kemp could still view them as sacred. For more information, please feel free to visit the website at www.drameliakemp.com
Mother and Pranic Healer since 1993, Ellen Morano, has helped many parents with their childrens' difficult physical and emotional issues with success. Her specialized technique can be applied even at a distance or over the phone. Help yourself to help your child.
The family owned business is the foundation for a community's economic stability. In order for a family owned business to succeed the husband and wife need to be able to work together. Running a business can be very challenging, and when your business partner is also your spouse, emotional issues between you can have a major impact on whether you can successfully run a company together. How do you deal with issues of financial management, marketing and public relations, negotiating contracts, collections, hiring, firing, record keeping, accounting, and paying yourself a reasonable salary? Do egos get in the way of good decision making practices? Do your work habits complement each other or clash with each other? Are expectations realistic or does impatience and disappointment cause you to quit when the going gets rough? Do you involve your children in learning the business and working with you? Do you listen to your children's suggestions on how to improve the business? And is your marriage strong enough to withstand periods of economic strain when business is slow? Couples who have run businesses together share their experiences
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Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Scott Hammond & Lisa Copeland
Scott C. Hammond is a Professor, Business Management in the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in organizational behavior, international management and ethics. He is the author of over 30 scholarly articles.
Dr. Hammond is also a volunteer search and rescue worker with Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs when he works with his Golden Retriever “Dusty the-wonder-dog” to find lost people in the Rocky Mountains.
Dr. Hammond holds a ?Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD from the University of Utah, 1997 and a Master of Organizational Behavior from the Marriott School of Business, Brigham Young University, 1987.
To answer this question, it’s probably best that I share with you a defining moment and resulting compelling story that brought me to where I am today, coaching people like you on exactly what to do to find and meet Quality Men after 50. That defining moment in my life happened after I had just divorced my second husband. http://lessonsofthelost.com/book/author
One day, in the middle of the night, I woke up in a pool of sweat. All I kept saying to myself is, “What have I done? Why did I leave this man who at least I knew… just to struggle in the dating game trying to get dates with not so great men? I’m over 50 now…who will even want me at this point in my life…having been married twice on top of it? Am I just fated to live my life alone?” http://www.findaqualityman.com/about-2/
On tonight's show, Barb will introduce you to another aspect of aliveness in the Self Love Map: Your Inner Relationship with Self. Your inner relationship with your 'self' as it's called is the cornerstone of what makes you human.
But, before we get too 'pie in the sky' Barb is going to start the discussion in a more 'down to earth' way. She will help you envision your most vibrant, conscious self. Barb looks at self from a modern standpoint: that part of you that you perceive as 'you'. That part of you that continues to 'remain the same at it's base' eventhough time goes on and experiences may even subtly (or more drastically) change who you say and feel you are. That part of you, for example, that is gay. So self has some essential identity.
Join Barb Elgin on tonight's live show. She'll be welcoming calls into the talk show line and discussions in the chat room!
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Cults, Abuse Of Power, and Emotional Abuse With Bonnie Kaye: I was a Guest Host on her show:
From the land of Lagos, Nigeria to London, England to the United States of America, this young man has been on a mission to encourage, empower and positively influence the lives of all those he comes in contact with. Tune in as Mr. Yancey is joined by Emmanuel Ubani, Worship leader, Songwriter and Preacher, live in the studio to talk about his journey from Lagos, Nigeria to the US and his album "Simply P.U.T.". You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch us live in the studio on UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .
Everyday issues is what we tackle.
Simply put, out country has become a country about emotions. Most decisions are based on emotions and the dependence on who will stir it up the most. Since most people only complain, then those that get out there and display their "feelings" are usually the winners.
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Tonight we have a Special Guest full of hope and inspiration. Here's a little about him..
Washington D.C. native Michael G. Riggins always had a passion for creativity, and expressing ideas with the world. Driven by personal experiences, Michael was led to create his first nonfiction memoir “Reflections of Me.” This raw and candid account depicts Michael’s growth and struggles in a thriving gay metropolis, a story of how being in an African American mecca like Washington D.C., as part of the gay community can be one’s dramatic downfall, or triumphant success.
Through his current and future works, Michael intends to motivate others to be who they are, and be comfortable doing so. In addition,
Michael plans to build awareness of important issues that plague not only the black gay community, but the black community collectively. Issues from HIV awareness, parenting, education, and support. Michael G Riggins, currently resides in Hyattsville, MD.
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