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BABYGATE; Should married couples have kids after 40?Hell should any damn body have kids after 40? Seems like a pretty normal thing nowadays though, doesn't it? Hey, I come from the era of teenage pregnancy, so seems abnormal to me, but whatevs...Call in and tell us your mature adult baby having experiences and all the reasons why you would or wouldn't do it again! Don't leave me with the babies...Meow Bitches!
Married couples often seek to correct each other, not realizing what they say and do may be hurtful. We'll examine three cases today: in the first one, a husband is concerned about his wife's obesity, and his intention is to remind her to stick to a diet, but his constant, public reminders about her weight only makes her feel humiliated. In the second case, the wife, a college professor, keeps correcting her husband's grammar. He is head of a community organization a often is asked to speak, but sometimes mispronounces words. She says she's trying to help him. He says she's arrogant and condescending.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon this Saturday, August 1, at 9 a.m., as she shares the many ways that Smart Couples can Finish Rich by working as a team. (www.pihradio.net)
When two people work together to accomplish a goal, they can usually achieve it twice as fast as either of them would have working alone. This is certainly true when it comes to your money. The sooner you start working together, the more quickly you can dramatically improve your financial picture. The key is to truly believe that whatever you are starting from--no matter how bad or bleak it looks --things can and will get better.
Call into the studio with your questions and comments: 347-945-7433.
Join us this evening as we continue the series on The twelve signs of the Zodiac... Today we celebrate the astrological sign Pisces.... This show will surely give an in depth look @ the Male and Female Pisces as we go into subjects like Career/Sex/Relationships and more....If you desire to understand the Pisces in your life better tune in at 516)590-0975 press one to comment.
Married couples often seek to correct each other, not realizing what they say and do may be hurtful. We'll examine three cases today: In the first one, a husband is concerned about his wife's obesity, and his intention is to remind her to stick to a diet, but his constant, public reminders about her weight only makes her feel humiliated. She says he is insulting and cruel. He says he's merely trying to keep her healthy. In the second case, the wife, a college professor, keeps correcting her husband's grammar. As head of a community organization, he's often asked to do public speaking, sometimes mispronounces wordss or uses incorrect grammar She says she's only trying to help his career. He says she's arrogant and condescending. In the third case, the husband says he is uncomfortable because his wife is always ignoring him and striking up a conversation with strange men whenever they go out in public. The wife says she is just friendly, and her husband is not a talker, so when they go out to dinner or an event, he's just sitting quietly, and she doesn't want to be bored. How do you think each couple should resolve their conflict.?
Is Listening to outside influences for relationship advice from friends, family, associates, and the like a recipe for disaster? If not, when is a good time to seek advice from others? Is there any valuable influence you can get for your relationship or marriage that can be obtained outside of it? Or is ‘Talking out of school’ always a recipe for disaster?
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In 1970, 70.3% of African-Americans between the ages of 20 and 54 were married. In 2008, it was less than 39.6%, according to the National Center on African American Marriages and Parenting. In 1960, 22% of African-American kids grew up in single-parent homes. As of 2013, 55% grew up without two parents. The breakdown of the black family is even greater than before. Join us in discussing African American Culture and how families have been impacted.
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Writer/Critic Bennet Pomerantz chats with guests from all walks of media on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
His guest tonight is Paranormal author Melanie James
USA Today Bestselling author, Melanie James spent 14 years as an IT systems administrator before tiring of the hustle and bustle of the technology world. She's doing what she loves, by writing paranormal comedy, steamy paranormal, and contemporary romance books. Melanie has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Leadership and Development, with a minor in Women's Studies. She is working on her Master's Degree in Adult Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Melanie is married to a wonderful man who supports her dreams and goals. She has two children, three step-children, a beautiful daughter-in-law, and an adorable grand-baby.
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So what makes EVERYTHING “RELATIONSHIPS” AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LOVE, different from any other talk radio show on relationships?
• Well I’m glad you asked, there are many differences that you will notice right away. First of all the show and it’s topic begin at the beginning of each week, right here on social media. Long before my show air you will get a peek at that weeks topic. The beginning of each week I will post songs, movies, and actual posts from you guys on my page, that will be the source of my topic that week. You are encouraged to listen, watch and even have open discussions on my pages if you’d like.
Instead of talking randomly about relationship issues, I have chosen to be a tad bit more creative by using songs, videos, movies, books and social media posts about the challenges that each of has most likely confronted, at some point in our own lives. I think that this will eliminate reopening many of the emotional scars that we might be still dealing with. The issues in the resources that I’m using might be very familiar, but they are not about you, they are about the characters and those that inspired its work from the artist or actor. The goal is to allow us to speak about and peek into the message of the work, while trying to find answers and even revelations about our own choices in life.
• Every Friday night at 9:00 pm est the show will air for 2 hours, you are encouraged to join in on the conversations if you’d like about our topics of the night. We will respect the privacy of others by not discussing real people, no names will be spoken on the show even in reference to your point. This is not a hate session, but an opportunity for us to take a closer look at ourselves and how we affect the outcome of our relationships.
Taylor M. Fletcher is the Managing Partner at The Law Offices of Kawalski, Fletcher & Kirkpatrick, P.C. Mr. Fletcher has more than ten years’ experience as a corporate law attorney, an attorney consultant, and an expert legal volunteer for various public and private non-profit organizations throughout the Tri-State area.
Mr. Fletcher tries to crack the relationship code after years of darting and trying to figure out why most of his relationships either held him as a hero or a big fat zero.
Mr. Fletcher and his wife Mandy have been married for nearly ten years. They began working on their marriage contract during their engagement period and continually update and/or revise their contract according to life’s events and milestones. They are both enthusiastic about their marriage contract, and they often recommend a similar agreement for their friends who are in relationships. Several of the couples friends have also began working on contracts for their marriages or relationships as well.