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Bio: Growing up on the west side of Chicago, Obsession began writing poetry at the age of 7. Winning countless awards in her youth, it was plain to see that she was indeed gifted. Upon graduation from Young Chicago Author's, she published two poetry books by the age of 17. She embarked on the journey of novel writing in late 2010, completing her first novelette, Climatic Successions 6 months later. Obsession is currently working on her third novelette and fourth poetry book! She now resides on the north side of Chicago, where she teaches transitional kindergarten.www.facebook.com/Obsessionthewriter
Zorg discusses Obsession ond Other Topics
in Self Help
This was a requested topic so I am excited. A lot of times we, including myself in the past, think we are standing in love when it comes to relationships. I want to point out lust/obsession is not just sexual. We can also desperately be seeking friendship or a family structure, therefore, obsession can come in various forms. On the other hand, I will focus on male/female romantic relationships. I want to touch on the differences between love and lust. I feel this show comes at a perfect time where I am learning to fully love and fully receive love and not stand in lust. The heart is deceitful above all things and can fool us to believe that what we are receiving is love or what we are offering is also truly love.
How do you know what true love is? We must first go to the creator of love!
I Corinthians 13 NIV (I love KJV but, this is more our time language lol)
4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
8 Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away.
Episode numer 11 broadcasting to Spreaker and BlogTalkRadio, with new call-in number (347) 996-5573. Talking about Passion VS Obsession.
Also included is Austin Hairston - aka Renegade (Co-Host/Broadcast Assistant), Travis Sims - aka King T, Sean Jenkins - aka House, aka Papa Shango, and Nellz Fuller - aka Ashy.
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More songs by Nneka and some by The Dead Weather, Jack White's latest band. Explore with me as I share my former love and newfound obsession- the guitar. Hear here what's going on during this CAPRICORN time of year as we make our way towards SPRING!
Obsession, Title, or Relationship
Join Karen, Sonya, Traci and Val as they take a look at couples in 3 dimensions. Obsession - Is it healthy to have obsessions in a relationship? Title - Is a relationship defined by a title or is a title even necessary? Relationship - What it is or isn't.
After Christmas, let's make sure that we don't make the mistake of not thinking about Jesus. Jesus should be a magnificent obsession in our lives! How is it that a Christian can live such a life? Historian, theologian, and pastor David Andrew Robertson will discuss that with me this Saturday from 3-5 PM EST as we talk about his book "Magnificent Obsession." We take your questions at 714-242-5180.
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Are you obsessed with your running? Dr Michelle Cleere and our host Richard Diaz and guests Charlie Engle and Vanessa Runs discuss what constitutes a running obsession. For Charlie, it may be he runs for a cure, Vanessa simply loves trail running. Is either healthy?
Listen as our host Richard Diaz and guests, Dr. Michelle Cleere - Clinical and Sports Psychologist, world renowned Ultra Marathon Runner Charlie Engle and Vanessa Runs, discuss the potential for running obsession; when it’s good, bad or downright ugly.
This is a very unique opportunity to visit running for recreation, for health and or therapy. When is the amount of running you do too much? Dr. Michelle’s passion is unlocking the power of the mind so that elite performers can play better and happier.
Charlie Engle turned his life around from being a drug addict to living sober since 1992. He refocused his addictive personality toward running, entering marathons, then ultramarathons, and self-created endurance missions. In February, 2007, Charlie and teammates Ray Zahab and Kevin Lin became the first people in history to run across the entire Sahara Desert, covering over 4,300 miles in what became a 111 consecutive day effort.
Vanessa Runs is a trail runner, as a journalist she has worked as an Assistant Editor, Online Editor. But it was office work, she lived for the weekends and her dog was bored.
In 2012, she quit her job gave away all her possessions, and hit the trails to run and write books. Her first book, The Summit Seeker, hit Amazon’s Best Sellers and Hot New Releases in the Sports & Outdoors category.
She lives day-to-day, bartering for the things she needs so she can live as a nomadic trail runner.
Learn more about obsession, self-obsession and the best defense against obsession. Dr. Anseloni and Kirsten DeMelo will lead a series of discussions on the topic and resourceful ways of preventing and treating obsession. Find out about the best defense against obsession!
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