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Red Horse Unleashed! on American Preppers Radio! Mondays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ What if you were dependent upon the government for your food? Imagine a world where producing food outside the control of the state was outlawed and you depended upon the state to give you the means to procure rationed amounts of state approved food. Sound farfetched? Is it the stuff of some 1950′s dystopian novel or a B list Sci-Fi movie? Not really. Consider that history bears this notion out and that the government ALREADY has the infrastructure to do this, even as they are waging war on small food producers with the fascist alliances with Big Ag and Big Pharma. Join me on Red Horse Unleashed Monday as I return to the air from my hiatus and we will discuss this notion and I want to hear YOUR opinions! Chris Watson https://www.facebook.com/#!/chris.prepperspoitin https://www.facebook.com/ThePreppersPoitinHour?ref=hl Tags: Prepper Poitin Hour, Prepare, Food Shortage, Self-Reliance, Independence, Government
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The questions that triggered the topic tonight was:
"How will you control your feelings to someone that you really care about but does not feel the same way about you?"
Co-dependency is a learned behavior that can be passed down from one generation to another. It is an emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship. It is also known as “relationship addiction” because people with codependency often form or maintain relationships that are one-sided, emotionally destructive and/or abusive. The disorder was first identified about ten years ago as the result of years of studying interpersonal relationships in families of alcoholics. Co-dependent behavior is learned by watching and imitating other family members who display this type of behavior.
The term "emotional independence" may appear to be contradictory to the human experience and tendency to be drawn emotionally to other people. Despite this, a certain level of emotional independence is a necessary component.
With all that being said we are going to talk about how to help to recognize our dependency and how to over come it. Let's help each other out. We can make it exciting and maybe we can also talk about sex dependency. It is No filters.
Talk to you at at 8pm tonight
One of the identifying characteristic of a health relationship is that the people involved have the ability to establish health boundaries. So what are boundaries? Think of a fenced in backyard. A fence is designed to keep things out and at the same time keep things in. Jennifer Kass (2013) made the following statement about a yard that doesn't have a fence:
"When you find yourself having difficulty saying “no” to others, doing things out of feelings of guilt or obligation, attempting to please others even at the expense of what's best for you, or not expressing your thoughts and feelings when someone upsets you, you are putting yourself last and putting others first — which doesn't serve any of the parties involved."
When we fail to set boundaries, relationships seldom grow. Want to learn more, join us today as we continue our discussion on breaking free from co-dependency. One of the ways to do that is to establish healthy boundaries.
References: Kass, J (2013). How to Set Healthy Boundaries in Every Relationship. Retrieved from, http://greatist.com/happiness/how-to-set-boundaries-in-relationship.
In this episode, I discuss the fact that government in all its types and forms, is not necessary. A State is defined as a geographical area with set physical boundaries where a lot of people live. The power of a State is derived from the people. The authority of a State (authority meaning the way in which the power is controlled) does not have to be organized into a government, but can be organized into a self-sustained protectorate. The defining difference between a self-sustained protectorate and a government is the fact that a government utilizes a system of law that is changeable whereas an SSP utilizes a system of law that is unchangeable, unalterable, unamendable...it is permanent. Aruguments can be made for a system of changeable law being preferred over a system of unchangeable law, however arguments can also be made to show that changeable law enables and feeds corruption in all facets of society, and that when unchangeable law is devised, it need not be overly complex (think "keep it simple stupid") and open to every interpretation it presents. Thanks for listening, and since I do not subscribe to facebook or twitter, please tell your friends and family about my show. I'm working on getting a more consistent format with regular times and better sound quality. -Adam.
Tonight's Guests: Thomas Pastore at 8:00 PM - America's Greatest Shame - Part 2
Veterans…vs…The Shameful Government of the United States
June 24, 2014 "U.S. Senator and doctor Tom Coburn, M.D. (R-OK), today released his new oversight report “Friendly Fire: Death, Delay, and Dismay at the VA.” The report is based on a year-long investigation of VA hospitals around the nation that chronicled the inappropriate conduct and incompetence within the VA that led to well-documented deaths and delays. The report also exposes the inept congressional and agency oversight that allowed rampant misconduct to grow unchecked." http://www.coburn.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/pressreleases?ContentRecord_id=2db6e061-d1c1-4440-a03e-2a30c051a68e
Request copy of "Veterans vs. The Shameful Government of the United States of America". email Thomas Pastore at email@example.com
Treatment of the American Veteran vs. Treatment of ILLEGAL ALIENS
This Friday, most of us will be celebrating our independence and freedom. Not many remember that the spark which started the greatest experiment in history, was the Declaration of Independence, signed January 18, 1777. Does that Declaration still hold true today? Has there been a recurrence of similar "injuries and usurpations" by recent presidents? Congresses? The unlawfull actions of whom have been sworn to and upheld by their Courts?
In this episode we'll be comparing that famous declaration of 1777 with a lessor known declaration, but this one just might become as famous. The Declaration of Dissolution of Government by Gary Hunt, has been mentioned several times on another TVFMontana show, The Montana Republic that airs every Tuesday night. In case you missed the July 1 episode, you might want to check out the pod cast.
You can also view the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution as well as other interesting historical facts here The Citizens Rule Book.
So join us this Independence Day Eve. Lets talk freedom vs tyranny and shoot off some real fireworks.
Laurie Huston from News for the Heart interviews Jean Adrienne Miller on the Relationships. We explore topics like Feminine and Masculine, as well as Balance, Power-struggles, Co-dependency and Perseverance. Join our show and discover all the possibilities for creating and maintaining intimate relationships. We will be creating a series of shows on Relationships, if you want to join us for a live taping our next show is Monday June 2nd, follow us on Facebook.
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