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Join us Friday February 12, 2016: 8pm -10pm est:
We discuss the HIDDEN reason behind Black Divorce and relationship hardship in Black America. Our special Guest is a 30 year veteran in Crisis and Trauma intervention,Counselor Jerrald King. Much has been said about Black Male -Female relationships,many lectures given by various men and women, and still the rate of divorce rises and rises. A recent 2 month study done by the Staff of The Nat Turner Library Radio Show will reveal it's shocking and hard hitting facts about the HIDDEN and somewhat secret reason for divorce and general Relationship Hardships in Black America, rape and Molestation. Tune in Friday Night at 8pm est, 2/12/2016.
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Often in our sex life suffers after we settle into relationships or marraige, should this be so or should it florish. How do we improve and enrich our sex life after we have? what role does reigeon play in our bedrooms ? Join usw on chatting with the Village this Sunday @ 5pm EST (10pm GMT - UK), and (11pm +1 GMT - Nigeria) on Moji's World. Feel free tpo cick on the link beloe or cal in via Skype, ( Mojis Worlds) mor via telephone. Spread the word.
A podcast for the Educating for Success Podcast Mini-Course participants. On today's show Jennifer interviews Jill Butryn, CEO of Set His Heart Ablaze.
ABOUT Dr. Jill
Dr. Jill has a huge heart for women and their unique struggle in a world that exudes mixed messages about femininity, relationships, and roles.
As a family doctor, she counseled thousands of women of all ages about the very heart and soul of their health issues, which often stemmed from relationship struggles, personal issues, and family dynamics that made healing difficult.
As a wife, she experienced the same confusion and overwhelm early in her own marriage.
She gets that you are overwhelmed, tired, and frustrated. Maybe even feeling hopeless. When she sees you going through this kind of pain, she empathizes and wants go to battle with you!
Dr. Jill helps women and couples avoid the painful downward spiral into divorce by compassionately identifying roadblocks to healing and intimacy and then equipping them with tools for transformation.
Instructor: Jennifer Navarrete has been podcasting since 2005 and is an award-winning social media community event organizer. She believes that her tags describe her best: Living the Dream! Entrepreneur | Podcaster | Social Media Gal | Recreational Cyclist | Event & Community Organizer | Shiny Object Syndrome Fan
Katherine Brooks along with special guests delve into the intricacies of marriage and healthy relationships.
David and Amanda Taylor are advocates for marriages and motivated in the continuum of rebuilding stronger relationships through healing and counseling.
SPECIAL GUESTS: David and Amanda Taylor
Mend Our Marriage www.unmotivated2love.com
PRODUCED BY: LISA ANTOINETTE
Byron Cage---Broken But I’m Healed
Jill Scott featuring Anthony Hamilton--- So In Love
The Temptations--- This Is My Promise
You may have seen the statistics. One in five marriages are in the "no sex" category. That means they have sex with each other ten times a year or less. Another 15% are in the "low sex" category, which means they have sex with each other 11 to 25 times per year. That means 35% (or we can just round that to one out of three) married American couples between the ages of 18 and 59 make love to each other twice a month or less, and the majority of those are once a month or less.
Notice that these aren't folks in the nursing home.
Does making love this little have an effect on a marriage? On sexual health? On potential affairs? On use?
Yes to all of the above.
In this program, Joe Beam discusses how sex in a marriage is directly affected by the relationship the couple have. More than that, he discusses how to increase both the frequency of lovemaking and the enjoyment that both husband and wife can gain from it.
For those couples where one spouse wants to do something sexually that the other is resistant to do, he offers practical advice about how to solve that problem to the satisfaction (emotionally and sexually) of both spouses.
He also reveals the secret to changing bad sex (or even good sex) to GREAT sex.
Call in to talk with Joe about specific questions you have about lovemaking, anatomy, or anything you wish to learn. No questions are taboo. (Proper language is required.)
If you wish, feel free to use pseudonym to hide your identity. Use a fake British accent if you want, but be sure that Joe talks about what you wish to know by calling to talk with him during the program at 646-378-0424. The program airs live beginning at 9 p.m. Central on February 9, 2016.
Minister Adara Butler, known as the Young Esther of this generation is our February's "Woman Of Style". Ms. Adara is utilizing the social media platform to share the good news of Christ's redeeming power, and making her faith relevant to the needs of her social media family by taking them on her journey of faith as she reveals her personal story of transformation. She is a beautiful single lady who knows she is worth the wait; and she is waiting to be joined to the man God wants show favor to, by giving her hand in marriage.
She is the redeemed prodigal daughter of Pastors Darren and Patricia Butler of the International Good News Fellowship in Long Island NY. Adara is a grade school teacher tutoring grades seven (7) thru twelve (12) by day and minister in life. Adara is a living testament that God will do and finish His perfected work in us until the day of Christ. The gift of the Holy Spirit is bringing her before great men.
Connect with Adara via periscope @Adarraaa and instagram @Adarraaa. Stay tuned for the upcoming release of her first book, A Prodigal Princess: My Journey to finding Purpose and Peace.
To find out more about Minister Adara Butler's speaking schedule, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org / Facebook : Adara Butler/Instagram, Periscope Twitter : @adarraaa
When we think about social media, do we ever consider the impact it has on relationships? Whether it be perosnal, business, professional, work etc. What impact does social media have or has on any relationship you had or currently had? When I think about social media I look at it as an outlet for people to share their views and opinions on different topics. It's a way for friends and family to stay connected with one another. Social media has given the entrepreneur an opportunity to reach potential customers.
Does social media reveal who people really are or does it hide it? Has social media turned us into zombies who have lost their identity? Do we look for validation from others or affirmation? How often do you use social media and for what reason? Can people in relationships be friends with each other? Why or why not? Join my co-host and myself as we address the issue of social media and its impact it has on relationships. #DWD
We’ve been following and supporting The Good Men Project for years. When we came across an article written by Thomas G. Fiffer we had no idea we’d finally be able to talk about his work with this powerful movement and share with our listeners his perspectives on dysfunctional relationships.
Read the full Blog article HERE.
Mental Health News Radio, while hosted by a female, offers both male and female voices on issues, business strategies, empowerment, and awareness of all things Behavioral Health.
Tom, tell us a little about your background and how you came to write about topics such as dysfunctional relationships and abuse.
So how do you define a dysfunctional relationship?
Aren’t all relationships dysfunctional to some degree?
You mentioned that your article was published on The Good Men Project. Tell us a little bit about them.
Do you write anywhere else?
The article that prompted us to contact you for this interview is one you wrote called “7 Unspoken Secrets About Life After Abuse.” Can you talk a little about that?
So what are some of the unspoken secrets?
So, do you have any advice for people on how to stay out of dysfunctional relationships and proactively avoid potentially abusive situations?