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From Self Loathing to Self Loving begins a new series on Pandora’s Box where I explore this very important topic of how we stop treating ourselves poorly and begin to really love ourselves. It is easy to say “I need to love myself more” but self love is a very complex process. We must learn how to effectively confront the old “self loathing” programs and clear out core limiting beliefs, toxic emotions and addictions that keep us in the cycle of self abuse.
Those caught up in the cycle of narcissistic abuse will really find value in this series because the more you clear out the old “self abuse” programs and begin truly loving yourself you will no longer tolerate abusive behavior from others. There is no better way to leave behind toxic patterns then to truly embrace self love.
Join us for this series and begin making changes in your life today!
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Part 3 of From Self Loathing to Self Loving
In this episode of the series "From Self Loathing to Self Loving" we will be talking about the relationship we develop with both our inner child and higher self and how it affects our over all sense of connection and well being. Learn how to identify and communicate with these two aspects of SELF and get their cooperation in working towards your over all goal of radical self love.
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Most people go about their daily life very unconscious about how their actions and behavior are creating their reality. They are on autopilot not really paying much attention to the choices they are making on a daily basis. When you learn to engage the Witness Self, the Detached Observer you will learn to view your thoughts, emotions and experiences from a higher perspective and have greater healing and awareness.
Join us for this second part of "From Self Loathing to Self Loving" and find out how engaging the Witness Self can bring you closer to Self Love.
Today Politics Done Right is honored to have professor of History at Lone Star College-Kingwood, Dr. John McKee Barr as our guest. Dr. Barr is the author of the award-winning new book from LSU Press titled Loathing Lincoln: An American Tradition from the Civil War to the Presentwhich explores critics of Abraham Lincoln from the 1850s onward. Loathing Lincoln examines major themes and personalities in American history, including federal versus state power, the meaning of freedom and equality, and American imperialism.
Tonight Bonnie Kaye's guest is author Ann Palmer who has a career not only as an author, but also as an actress, producer, model, and ordained minister specializing in creating beautiful marriage ceremonies.
Ann's long-time career was spent in Hollywood working in films and TV with many famous celebrities. She also appeared in Love With a Proper Stranger - Redline 7000 - Courtship of Eddy's Father - Goodbye Charlie - Bonnie and Clyde - Mail Order Bride - Mars Needs Women, Challenge, The Last Party (Robert Downey, Jr.) - Vegas Vacation - Conair - Something to Believe In - My Giant - Fear and Loathing - Chicago Hope, plus a French movie - Bold & Beautiful -Climax - Red Skelton - Heinz Theatre - Shower of Stars - Bachelor Father - Hallmark Hall of Fame - Divorce Court - Robin Hood and more. Ann was interviewed on Sally Jesse Raphael, Real People, Two on the Town, Sightings, and others, many national TV and radio commercials, (live and film Local, Regional and National).
Ann produced and hosted: "Ann Palmer in Beverly Hills"- "Women in the Power Years “ – plus a live call in show, (over 250 cable television programs) all pre-post production, won the 1994 Western W.A.V.E. award for directing and editing, plus hands on experience: host/producer director/editor /cameras/sound equipment/et al. Produced self-help audio tapes, authored two books so far, wrote articles, scripts for commercials, story ideas, synopsis, created and conducted workshops, classes and lectured from coast to coast.
Tonight we will highlight Ann's newest book Intermingled Destinies Between a Mother and a Daughter, an inspirational autobiographical account of her greatest tragedy and rebuilding of her life.
This most recent display of anti-American anger reminded me that there are many people in the world who hate America. They don’t just hate America; they hate anything and everything having to do with us. So much so that some would be willing to blow themselves up if they were given the chance to take a few of us with them. If that isn’t hate, I don’t really know what is.
The haters disagree with our culture and believe that we’re avaricious little brats who are completely undeserving of possessing the world’s most powerful country.
Naturally, the amount of animosity felt towards the U.S. ranges from simple dislike (as can be found in France), to the more intense and deep-seated loathing (such as in the Middle East). But why do they hate us so much?
American culture why people hate America This reason mainly applies to the Middle East, but there are other areas of the world that can’t stand American culture.
They hate that we’re free to practice any religion (or not at all), they hate that we have the freedom of speech and they hate that we treat women and men equally.
They don’t like that we’re the world’s number one leader in entertainment and they can’t stand that we have so much pride for our country. Actually, I’m not really sure of anything that they like about our culture. If you know of something, please don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments below.
people are jealous of America know this reason sounds like I’m just tooting my own American horn here, but let’s be honest; America is an amazing country and is the world’s most desired place to live.
This outstanding awesomeness is naturally going to cause people, who don’t live in America, to be jealous and this jealousy is a major cause for all the hatred.
Continuing our series on unbalanced relationship compromises....In addition to the universal damages sustained by unbalanced relationships and the underlying causes that lead to these disastrous effects, African-Americans suffer these universal damages plus the damages unique to the Black struggle. Compromises made in unhealthy relationships in Black America stem from seeking to fill voids caused by outstanding forces with multi-faceted subdamages including self loathing. Join in tonight at 10:30 PM EST by calling 347-327-9967.
On this episode, we'll highlight and give away two novels and a short story collection written by three acclaimed authors:
Colin Barrett on Young Skins. A multi-award-winning debut short story collection set in the fictional, rural town of Glanbeigh, Ireland--a desolate spot where buffoonery and tension simmer and erupt, and booze-sodden boredom fills the corners of every pub and nightclub.
Jonathan Odell on Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League. Inspired by Odell's childhood in pre-Civil Rights Mississippi, two young mothers--one wealthy and white and the other poor and black--have only two things in common: the devastating loss of their children, and a deep and abiding loathing for one another. As their relationship and beliefs grow, so does an unexpected friendship.
Susan Wilson on The Dog Who Saved Me. After his faithful canine partner is killed in the line of duty, Officer Cooper Harrison finds himself jobless, on the verge of divorce and in a self-destructive rut. Then he becomes an animal control officer back in his hometown, where he works to rescue a wounded and gun-shy yellow Lab gone feral.
Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Visit the Literary New England blog for more book giveaways, author talk, event information and to listen to past episodes -- book-tatstic updates posted regularly!
I talk with people often about their lives, their circumstances and the choices they have made. Many wonder why they are having such difficult times, mediocre lives or not achieving even though they know they have the capability. They wonder why they continue to do things that stop them from moving forward in their lives or make decisions that set them back. Look around you and your circumstances and then answer this question. "How much do you love yourself?"
On March 9, 2015 I discussed the Greatest Commandment - Love and how loving The Creator of this Universe also involves loving yourself. In this episode I am going to take it one step further to talk about love of self, how it effects your life and by following the greatest commandment you can transform your life.
What would your life be like if you identified and removed the self-sabotaging behaviors that hold you back? How much do you think has been lost in relationships, careers, and money because of those behaviors? Would you like to receive a free 30 minute "Breakthrough Strategy Session" to help you get clear on what is going on in your life? If so Click Here for your Breakthrough Strategy Session.
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This show is about health and the importance of understanding why it is now unsafe to partake in flesh foods. "Flesh was never the best food; but its use is now doubly objectionable, since disease in animals is so rapidly increasing. Those who use flesh foods little know what they are eating. Often if they could see the animals when living and know the quality of the meat they eat, they would turn from it with loathing. People are continually eating flesh that is filled with tuberculous and cancerous germs. Tuberculosis, cancer, and other fatal diseases are thus communicated." Ellen G. White.
Autism Speaks has been out celebrating itself even more than usual over the past few days.
Celebrities, media, and even some politicians have joined in as Speaks refers to itself as "autism champions."
Autistics and allied activists have taken over each hashtag in Speaks' recent Twitter campaigns, and rained on the party of the usual fear and loathing enough to make a bit of a dent.
CAN Radio hosts discuss this and more on today's episode.
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