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Welcome to the People's Show. Happy New Year!
NEW YEAR, NEW ATTITUDE? Or is it the same ol' tired bullsh*t or worse on Capitol Hill?
What can we look forward to this New Year as the 114th Congress takes over with a Republican dominated majority in both chambers.
What is happening in your State? Will Democrats finally step up and represent or will it be the same ol' sh*t on a different day? The Clown parade for the 2016 GOP nomination has already begun. We won't waste time talking much about those jokers. What we'll talk about is:
How will Immigration Reform, XL Keystone Pipeline, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, Marriage Equality, Open Carry Laws and other major issues of the day play out with this new GOP majority?
Is Obama a lame duck president for the next 2 years?
Join us to talk about this and many other hot topics and how it affects YOUR State and America in general. We love hearing from everyone.
This is KITCHEN POLITICS 123 RADIO SHOW with DAVE & LORI
"We're Not Anti-Social, Just Anti-Stupid...LET'S GET COOKIN'!"
After a divorce, many fathers become absent in the lives of their children. There are many reasons why, and Attorney Jeffery Leving explains it in his book "How to Be a Good Divorced Dad." The important thing for parents to remember is that the well being of the children are more important than anything. Yet, the anger over a marital breakup often causes adults to use children as weapons in the war of vengeance. There are ways men and women can work together to insure that children receive the benefits of a mother and a father even if the two are no longer together. Attorney Leving, also author of "Father's Rights" , explains how men can overcome common obstacles and remain active in the lives of their children
Kim Ades, MBA is president and founder of Frame of Mind Coaching and JournalEngine™ Software. Author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach, and mother of 5, Kim is one of North America's foremost experts on thought management. By using her unique process of coaching through journaling she works with clients who are intelligent, driven, and ambitious and helps them examine and shift their thinking in order to yield extraordinary results. Kim is the Author of What You Focus on Grows– a collection of personal short stories specifically designed to build the reader’s mind muscle. Join us to learn how to create your own real life Happily Ever After.
Sandra Fidelis is a Dating Coach and co-author of the book Sexy Secrets to a Juicy Love Life. She empowers women to shift how they view themselves and to redefine what they believe they deserve in every area of life. Sandra creates groundbreaking programs for women all over the world to help them obliterate the obstacles that are standing in their way of meeting Mr. Right. Join us as we discuss red flags in dating and whether it's okay to date a newly separated man.
This show comes from a post I saw this week about Hulk Hogan and his ex-wife. With the divorce rate so high in the U.S, why is it that we don't have more iron clad prenups?
In this episode, we find out who would get a prenup/ why and who wouldn't/ why?
We also question what's going on with the state of marriage?
Follow us on Facebook and/or Twitter to say your peice. Have you been married and divorced? Did you have a prenup or did your significant other take you to the cleaners?
IT'S THE LAST FULL OF FLAVA TUESDAY OF THE MONTH &
WE ARE IN THE LOCKER ROOM FOR OUR MANLY DISCUSSION ON
THE "DECONSTRUCTION OF THE BLACK FAMILY"...
When we are young, we were taught that Mom and Dad live together with their children live happily ever after, Right? Well if this is the case, why are so many of our Black families separated? What is keeping them from reuniting as one? The answer might actually surprise you.
Join Phone Fantasy Radio on January 27th @ 9:00pm EST in "The Locker Room" for a roundtable discussion of the "Deconstruction of the Black Family". We will feature a panel of intelligent individuals who will share their opinion on why the Black Family remains divided. Call in to offer your opinion to 805-830-8320 or log into our virtual live chatroom atwww.phonefantasyradio.com. Click on the LIVE tab and submit your comments via internet. We hope to see you there!
Withdrawal is a common male behavior in relationships, but it’s beginning to seem that entire groups of men are withdrawing from women in general. Men should not strive to stay out of trouble. We should strive to be the best men we can be. Only then are we worthy of women’s love. We shouldn’t complain if women are unenthusiastic about our lack of direction. We certainly shouldn’t cry victim if our spiritual listlessness drives them to the arms of men who pilot their own ships—or at least appear to do so.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. We men learned how to change diapers and cook risotto. We learned to watch for barely perceptible nods of approval before opening doors for women. We even learned to manscape, for goodness sake.
Women were supposed to be happy with the new variety of men. Yet they are divorcing us just like they divorced our insensitive forefathers. American woman initiate 69 percent of divorces. Who can blame women for being bored with men these days? Far too many of us have lost our masculine fortitude. That fortitude has nothing to do with being dominant or avoiding vacuum cleaners. It’s a product of solid values and strong backbones. I think most men are retreating from the sense that nothing they do is good enough, and women will forever be unhappy with them. They’re propelled even further by a small, but vocal, contingent of women who provide a steady stream of anger and disapproval.
Suicide takes the lives of nearly 40,000 Americans every year. Many who attempt suicide never seek professional care. There are twice as many deaths due to suicide than HIV/AIDS. Between 1952 and 1995, suicide in young adults nearly tripled. Over half of all suicides occur in adult men, ages 25-65.
For young people 15-24 years old, suicide is the second leading cause of death. Suicide rates among the elderly are highest for those who are divorced or widowed. 80% of people that seek treatment for depression are treated successfully.15% of those who are clinically depressed die by suicide. There are an estimated 8 to 25 attempted suicides to 1 completion. The highest suicide rate is among men over 85 years old: 65 per 100,000 persons.
1 in 65,000 children ages 10 to 14 die by suicide each year.
Join us on Real Talk with Kia as we chat with Pastor Gwen Lee, of Divine Lee Ministries. This is one episode you don't want to miss!
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