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Tonight on Let's Talk: Love, Sex and Nutrition we are talking about a very controversial subject...SQUIRTING!
Are you a Squirter? Is the fluid that squirts out pee or some other kind of fluid? What do men think about it? How do women feel about it...is it embarassing? or sexually arousing? Does a woman have an orgasm when she squirts?
This is an open dialogue so feel free to join in the conversation, share your own personal experience. We invite our brothers to join in too. We want to hear what you have to say.
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You May Love Someone, But Do You Trust Them?
A lesson you may have read before from the New Testament book of Acts. However, have you thought about it in a modern way? How would you react to someone who was violent, threatening and dangerous who shows up and says, “It’s all different now?”
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How many times do you feel no one cares?
You may be surrounding yourself with the wrong people to show you they care or they don't know how you feel. Communication is the most valuable source of expression to help build the world you surround yourself with. We can help you get there. Please call into our Brain Injury Radio Network Show and join others. You are not in this alone. People in the brain injury community need to stand together, be supportive and assist those who are invlved to understand each other's perspective.
These calls are for caregivers, brain injury survivors, and are open for anyone in the public to learn more about each others struglles and accomplishments.
On this week of cinco de mayo this is our special to celebrate a messican holliday with a short show on cool messican stuff. so join doc el nino sludge karl el jefe de schwing and estaban de bobo ronquillo!
Victorious Living, is a place where we come together and study the word of our God together.
We learn about having a certain quality of rest for our bodies, quiet time for our bodies.
How we are to engage better with our family and communities.
We are live Friday evening and you can listen to the show anytime you have time.
We are happy to say Dr. Jackson will be returning too!
Each Friday 7:00 to 7:30 p.m.
TREVOR BLACKWELL is a local rap artist from South/Eastside of Evansville,Indiana. he will tell his story behind his music on the show, his music is to be inspirational to others. Blackell will give info about himself and how his passion bcame to be, along with how and where to follow on fan pages info and where to purchase his music. Stay tuned on the live radio show and call the hot line at 657 383 0771
JOIN BROTHER UMOJA AS HE WELCOMES TO THE SPEAKING TO HARMONY STUDIO HIS VERY SPECIAL CO-HOST MS. TECLESHA BLANCHARD. THIS IS A VERY SPECIAL SHOW FOR SPEAKING TO HARMONY, MS. BLANCHARD WILL BE TELLING THE FAMILY ABOUT A PROGRAM SHE STARTED CALLED " PRETTY FOR PROM" IN HER HOMETOWN. THIS PROGRAM WAS PUT TOGETHER TO ASSIST YOUNG LADIES WHO NEED ASSISTANCE GETTING READY FOR PROM NIGHT. MS. BLANCHARD WILL HAVE SOME LOCAL BUSINESS OWNERS WHO HELP HER MAKE THIS EVENT AFFORDABLE.
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What is it about masks and unmasking?
Okokon Udo says, "As we go through life, we develop different protective mechanisms for surviving and thriving. Over time, those shields or masks become a part of our identity, how we see ourselves and how we show up in the world. We eventually forget that we no longer need those masks to thrive in the world but are unwilling to take them off for fear of what it will reveal or that we will not survive without them. Sometimes, we are unable to take them off because we do not know how to do so. Hence, we remain men and women behind masks."
THE WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE
UnMasking Discovery: A Journey of Identity, Voice and Impact
Date: June 18-19, 2016
Time: 9:00am - 6:00pm daily
This Discovery Experience is a social action and personal development experience that touches on authentic leadership, dealing with marginalization, internalized oppression, anger management, process work, deep democracy, presencing, identity clarification and finding one's voice.
The Discovery Experience is a surrendering of a life-limiting narrative for a life-affirming narrative, filled with meaning, reclaiming one’s identity and emergence into conscious presence and leadership.
This Discovery Experience is about making life simpler, richer & lighter and about enhancing leadership impact in the world. It is a two-day transformational and skill building experience. Masks and mask making are featured as part of the overall experience.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Monday through Friday we will come to you with a quick punch of NBA, College, and any major stories in the world of basketball here on the Hoopers Log! Here is the Phone# 323-642-1558 Please call in if you have anything to add or would like to be a part of the show! THE HOOPERS LOG IS IN FULL EFFECT Monday through Friday 5 PM Pacific/ 8 pm Eastern Time (Times are subject to change)! If you want to know more about CLNS check out the App on Apple Itunes OR you can check out the show on the Apple Podcast App! Also Check out more on your Host, Cmo Buckets by going to cmobuckets.com and check out prior episodes on the Radio Tab! Get in today!
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Tonight's special guest is Shelly Elliott (The Real Beavie Wonder) from Baldwin Park, California, a survivor of childhood domestic abuse. "I had a violent introduction to the world," she says. She had a broken arm as a newborn. Her first memory was of her mother getting her head smashed with a bloody telephone. "At five I nearly drowned on a family boating trip, my first near death experience." She goes on, "My drunken father liked inflicting pain all in good fun. Right after my seventh birthday I witnessed my father and uncle in a fight to the death. My uncle, in his hatred of my father, used all his might to kick my mother, who was seven months pregnant and send her flying across the room. Her life was one terrifying episode after the next, and Shelly didn't feel safe anywhere. "All the while I was treated like the wicked ungrateful stepchild who didn't deserve what I'd been so graciously given. The last straw occurred when I was 28, in 2011. My parents put all my possessions in a storage unit in an attempt to blackmail me for money." Still, she refused to lay down. "I took my parents to court and haven't spoken to one single blood relative since. After separating myself from the threat of my family, I found solace in writing about my experiences." Shelly concludes, "With four years of healing, I'm now living the life I always dreamed about. I have a wonderful family of friends who love and support me. I continue every day to give thanks and find wonder exists in the madness if only we look."
I have always been this way. When I was young I use to shudder at night because I could hear voices and talking, figures moving around. When the lights would go out a whole new world emerged, not being distracted by the every day things in the world, at night it was quiet, and it came alive, everything was moving, and breathing.
So when I would run around the neighbourhood talking about the movie's in the sky, and the colour t.v. we had( which was black and white) my parents were just stymied, and I can't blame them this was something they had never dealt with.
I see spirit differently than most mediums. I see names, and letters, and numbers, I see them on the wall, on the floor, and on people's faces as I am reading them. The letters or words form on their skin. I also hear spirit, I would compare this to learning a new language, like seeing and hearing and putting it all together to get what the person is saying. Reading for me is like this, I put it all together, what I see, what I hear, and what I feel, also smell.
I work from the heart, I am also a vegetarian, and a avid animal lover.
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