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I read an interesting article about a woman who wrote an open letter about how she regrets having children. Have you ever regretted your children? And is the author out of bounds? We'll have an open and honest discussion.
And in light of this topic; what we can do to ensure you never regret your kids.
That's tonight on According To Chris. Tune in! Tell a friend! Tonight at 10!
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Don't regret regret We're taught to try to live life without regret. But why? Using her own tattoo as an example, Kathryn Schulz makes a powerful and moving case for embracing our regrets. Regret does not remind us we did it badly. It reminds us we know we can better! "Things without all remedy should be without regard; what's done is done." And it seems like kind of an admirable philosophy at first -- something we might all agree t
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Sometimes it feels like life would be better if only you'd done things differently. As much as you want to move forward, part of you might be stuck in the past -- rehashing what you did wrong and dreaming about how life could've been ... if only ...This episode's focus is gently moving through regret by processing your feelings, practicing compassion, and moving into forgiveness and fearlessness.
The Morning News with Danan is starting! On Today’s show: 25 Disturbing Facts About Detroit, Greenpeace Tells the FDA to Stick It, Breaking Free From Regret.
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Living Regret Free with Dr Gayle Carson
David Sanders is a consultant, entrepreneur and author of “Tomorrow…Golden Age or Dark Age.” He says that like a computer with too many open programs, having too many things to do has an adverse effect on people mentally. It eats up one’s “attention units” or one’s mental RAM and it’s a depressing effect. He talks about getting more done and how people can make less work for themselves.
Wayne Pickering is a naturopathic physician who is known as “The Ambassador of Health.” The author of 25 books and over 100 CD’s he shows you how to get older and better and not old and bitter while living a totally disease free lifestyle. He talks about hoisting the flag in people’s lives so they can start accepting all this is theirs by divine right. All of this while forgetting your regrets.
TW Walker is a Entrepreneur Superhero and has bought and sold many businesses over 20 + years. He believes that superpowers lye within everyone to achieve success. He was seen in Entrepreneur Magazine and authored the best seller “Superhero Success.” His work received a rare endorsement from the Napoleon Hill foundation and shows people how to have the mindset of an entrepreneur even as an employee.
Darlene Arden explains the dynamic or pets’ relationships not only with conspecifics but also with their owners. She also discusses whether pet owners treat their pets like children and whether it’s healthy to do so. She answers the question as to whether pets act like human children and if they should wear clothing. A big question is whether to let your pet sleep with you and she’ll answer that.
Perhaps best known for his roles as a child actor in films like "Poltergeist," "Poltergeist 2," "Airplane 2" and "The Twilight Zone" (TV series) Oliver Robins has had an extensive career not only in front of the camera, but behind it.
He has written, directed and produced close to 50 industrial, short and feature films, including "Eating L.A.,""Dumped," "Wild Roomies," the Hallmark Channel's "You’ve Got A Friend,"" Man Overboard," "Prom Date" and his latest project "29,000 wishes. 1 regret," which he wrote, directed and produced in 2012.
"29,000 wishes. 1 regret"deals with a couple struggling through the recession, losing their money and vowing the commit suicide after maxing out the credit cards. But their reckless abandon leads them to appreicate life in a whole new way. Will they go through with it?
Find out more about Oliver Robins on his IMDB Page: www.imdb.com/title/tt2165535/
"29,000 wishes. 1 regret" is available on Amazon.com at www.amazon.com/29000-Wishes-1-Regret/dp/B007UARPMO
Holding on to old regrets keeps part of us as Spirit connected to the past, which can interfere with us being fully present. This in turn can get in the way of us manifesting our heart's desires
Join spiritual teacher, Shannon Knight as she shares energetic techniques to help you heal and release those old energies that keep you emotionally charged. Also, as an added treat Shannon will invite your guides and angels in to assist you through a beautiful healing meditaton.
It's time to let go of regrets and fully live in the now! For more information about Shannon visit www.shannonknight.co.uk or like her on FB http://www.facebook.com/officialshannonknight
This week on Women Warriors, Wed. Dec 12th at Noon ET, our special guest is Atlanta Author, Carolyn Hall. Carolyn will share her insights into how to “Live Life in A Regret Free Zone.” I’m sure you woman warriors won’t want to miss this great show and learn to live regret free! Carolyn Hall is an Atlanta Author that is originally from St. Augustine, Florida. She is married with 3 biological children and 2 stepchildren. Every woman has to st
Living Regret Free - Dr Gayle Carson
Stacey Hall is the author of “Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All” and wants to help others heal their hearts. She talks about saving the lives of people who are stressed to the snapping point. She shows people how to become more powerful in less than a minute. She also talks about “Energy Surges” and provides the process of aligning one’s intentions to activate one’s intuition to attract all one desires with velocity and ease.
Talking about second marriages, Patricia Bubash talks about whether the energy put into being regretful has any purpose. Her divorce gave her a lot of information about second marriages which is why she wrote the book. She discusses whether or not people let regrets define them. As a licensed Professional Counselor and a Stephens Minister, this topic came out of many parents who entered her office needing an ear or shoulder. She answers the question about regretting previous decisions and how to deal with that.
Patricia Sexton is a former banker who moved to Mongolia to pursue her life’s dream and work as a foreign correspondent. She talks about what the trading floor was like and what made her decision to finally leave banking. She discusses Mongolia, Afghanistan and why she returned to banking.
Laura McGee is a divorce coach and works with women about the biggest regrets they have after the divorce. She talks about her unique blend of emotional support and legally trained critical thinking skills that help her clients make cost saving decisions, manage the complexities of co-parenting and reduce conflict so they can divorce with privacy and dignity and give them the tools to help them thrive after divorce.
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THIS IS PART 2
Here's Part I: Why Relationships Fail
There are no shortcuts to a mutually respectful loving relationship. We're showing you the AVOIDABLE missteps (not mistakes) people make in the beginning of relationships that makes them immediately bonding, but not sustainable.
If you've ever been hot 'n steamy about somebody and then it fizzed out, or worse it happens time and time again, YOU NEED THIS SHOW!
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Have you ever said the "N-word"? Do you regret it? Join us Saturday night 10 p.m. Eastern 7 p.m. Pacific as we discuss arguably the most taboo word in the English language.