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Every Sunday : Join host Jacqueline Jax with Anti-aging medicine advocate, Galia as they talk about the path to a happier healthier life through cutting edge HRT. By opening your eyes to a new way of preventative and proven remedies, that most Doctors don't want to hear about, we are bringing you all the answers to longevity and anti-aging by diving deep into the study of hormones and their effects on the body.
As we age certain hormones diminish in both men and women, creative imbalances that can set off everything from perimenopause to cancer. It's important to be aware of what's going on in your body as early as 30 and in some cases even earlier. If you have feelings of dression, anxiousness, fatigue and have sexless sleepless nights, you need to listen to our podcast.
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You've had advice from your friends, you've tried following what you see on TV and what society tells you that you should do, you may have even forked out hundreds of dollars on ineffective books and courses on how to attract women and your still stuck in the same place as before. Askrosebudd show is confidence building information that is guaranteed to teach you to have a firm grasp on life and how social interactions with others work. You will learn new information to help you develop a proactive direction and goals and also how to control sexual thoughts and outcomes. Most importantly, you will gain the ability to produce desired results in any endeavor undertaken.
African Americans represent the strongest church attendance and affiliation amongst all ethnicities in the United States. According to the Pew Forum 2007 survey, people of black ethnicity were most likely to be part of a formal religion, with 85% being Christians. However, according to the Barna Research Group, a Christian research firm based in Ventura, Calif., more than 90% of American men believe in God, and 5 out of 6 call themselves Christian. But only 2 out of 6 attend church on any given Sunday. This means that in America, 60% of church attendees are women.
Black women overwhelming outnumber black men in regular church attendance. While black men may believe in God, in most cases it ends with belief. If single black women are attending church regularly and following the guidelines that the church has put in place and the black men are not, what does this say about the future of the black family? Our focus is to open our doors, arms and hearts to understand the complex sociological and psychological factors that prohibit African American men from being consistent churchgoers, better fathers, less abusive spouses and better members of society.
WASSSSSUP Yall? It is another funky fresh edition of the jrilshow!!! TONIGHT:L Things that men can do in public but women can not do!! Man oh man, it should be fun!! Plus during the music breaks it is all Jay all day!!! In other words, songs that Mr JRil love!!!! Come get your laugh on tonight on the jrilshow!!!
Female ministers find obstacles on path to pulpit:
Can our religious institutions benefit from having a woman’s perspective in pastoral leadership, do women lead differently from men?
In your estimation do you find individuals who use religious text to say women should not lead men or pastor churches to have a bias against women or simply remaining faithful to their religious traditions?
PLEASE JOIN ME SATURDAY MORNING FROM 9A-11A CST FOR "THE DOCTOR ICE MORNING SHOW" WHERE PERFORMING ON THE MINI CONCERT STAGE WILL BE MOTOWN SUPER GROUP "BOYZ TO MEN". TO CATCH THE SHOW GO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TONYAKINS AND CLICK ON THE LINK, OR CALL MY REQUEST LINE NUMBER AT (646) 478-4755 OR GO TO MY LIVE STATION SITE AT WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/DOCTOR-ICE AND CLICK ON THE SHOW FOR THE DAY.
Should there be certain questions asked when dating? Should we take in consideration that some questions could be offensive? What questions do you ask on the first date? If a man is trying to be in something serious should you tell the truth about everything that has happend in his life? What are some of the things that we are willing to deal with when it comes to the men we begin to date? Tune in to find out.
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Bill Lee-Emery & Carmen Ray
Bill Lee-Emery is one of the foremost mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Techniques) Coach Trainers in Australia and is highly regarded, having appeared on several radio and TV shows in Australia (including 'Good Morning Australia' and 'The Today Show'). He has a genuine passion for helping people to discover their own innate talents and, throughout his 30 years of work within the personal development field, he has helped thousands of people improve their lives, including Business Leaders, World-Class athletes including the Australian National Skydiving Team. Bill is one of a small group of Coaching Trainers in the world, having worked closely with mBIT developers Marvin Oka and Grant Soolsalu. The mBIT coaching model has profound implications across virtually all fields of human endeavour, and Bill is proud to be one of the leading members. His strong passion for unleashing unconscious potential, makes him a true pioneer in the never-ending quest for continuous learning and growth
Carmen Ray a noted social entreprenuer and motivator with over 25 years experience in the human services field in direct services and entrepreneurship. An expert communicator and connector of ideas, information, people and services. Achievements and contributions includes work as a Founding and Executive Member of Pinnacle Motivations International - a virtual network marketing company for small and home-based business. Experience includes professional development for family service with an emphasis on family restoration using evidence-based curriculum. Contributing author of "Raising Healthy Children in an Unhealthy World." Experienced facilitator of trauma resolution programs for both men and women involved in domestic violence, Diversity & Women's Issue's Coaching Certification, Professional Women Network.
“Mentoring is critical if we intend to address much of the pain, abuse and abandonment that African American males suffer from. While we struggle to find mentors for young African American males, it is equally important to locate the fathers of these young brothers. A young boy’s first mentor should be his father and the other men in his family. Responsible fatherhood must be viewed as a necessary action step to begin the healing process among African American males.”
What can we do?
As I examined this problem and searched for strategies that we could implement, one thing struck me in particular—the reality that approximately 50 percent of black children in the United States live in households without a father figure present (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012). I began to ask myself, Who is going to provide boys with the proper male guidance, direction, leadership, and structure that they desperately need? I want our youth to see adult males who is striving to fulfill their own potential and who is also committed to the growth and development of the younger generation. If our young boys had men in their lives whom they could relate to and identify with, they would look at their education differently and the probability for their success would increase exponentially.