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  • 00:22

    CHI FOR YOURSELF guest: Kira Asatryan

    in Self Help

    On the surface in our 24/7 world of social media, texting, emails, and seemingly endless in-person meetings in and outside the office, it would seem that loneliness wouldn’t register as a problem, but the statistics say something entirely different: Our CHI FOR YOURSELF guest Kira Asatryan says  there is good news — we all have the power to create closeness with any willing partner.


    Kira Asatryan is the author of STOP BEING LONELY: Three Simple Steps to Developing Close Friendships and Deep Relationships. 

  • 00:21

    A Hezekiah Moment When Will It Stop!!!

    in Christianity

    Good evening Baltimore, Kia here with another Hezekiah Moment, When will it stop!!!  I want to prepare you guys for the special show that we have coming up this Friday the 6th of May.  I heard a few weeks ago that a friend of mines son was killed back in February and he was only 22.  When she told me that it hit home, that this is REAL!!!! I was hurt because she was hurt.  My mind started racing, and after giving her my condolences.  I asked her if she'd be on the show and talk with us about it along with Daphne Alston of M.O.M.S. Mothers of Murdered Sons and Daughters.  Then I got another thought let's bring on some men of God along with us to help us see what is going on with our young Afro-American men that they are killing, murdering, shooting, whatever you want to call it they are doing it.  


    I then called Dec. Thomas Farr of "Issues" Christian Men Talk, and Pastor Larry Watkins of Salt and Light Ministries and we're going to have a panel discussion on this ever so unfriendly issue, why is it happening, and When does it Stop!!!!  This is our first panel discussion and we want you guys to call in, listen in, take notes, ask questions and pray with us that we'll all get some kind of understanding of it and will be able to support our sister as she's still mourning.


    Join me, Hezekiah L. Montgomery host of Man In The Mirror and Nichelle Johnson our lovely co-host on May 6, 2016 at 9 PM as we welcome Ms. Kim Ford, Daphne Alston, Dec. Farr and Pastor Larry Watkins to the show and get a real understanding of what is going on and hopefully will be able support our sisters and brothers that are out there hurting.  Call in at 917-889-2271 or log in at www.blogtalkradio.com/man-in-themirror.  

  • 00:32

    “PRACTICING THE PRINCIPLES OF ENLIGHTENISM—How To Stop Playing With Yourself #2"

    in Spirituality

    Listen to the wake-me-up Enlightenism insights on the show that’s changing how we think of POWER. Join Malcolm Kelly, the author and holistic philosopher, as he connects Enlightenism with “How to Stop Playing With Yourself.” He sheds light on how the changing beliefs and values affect what you think of yourself. As well as, how the “Game” you’re striving so hard to master is nothing but an illusion.


    Malcolm Kelly: Power of Mind Radio - “Practicing the Principles of Enlightenism – HOW TO STOP PLAYING WITH YOURSELF” PART 2” | Tuesday, April 5, 2016 | 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST | Listen Online: http://tobtr.com/8622969 | Call-In: (773) 897-6543


     


     

  • 00:31

    “PRACTICING THE PRINCIPLES OF ENLIGHTENISM—How To Stop Playing With Yourself #1"

    in Spirituality

    Begin your day by listening to wake-me-up Enlightenism insights on the show that’s changing how we think of POWER. On today’s show, the author and holistic philosopher, Malcolm Kelly, is shedding light on “How to Stop Playing With Yourself.” He explains how Enlightenism frees you from the legacy of powerlessness. Also how with Enlightenism you have POWER to stop playing with yourself by participating in a self-made illusion.


    Malcolm Kelly: Power of Mind Radio - “Practicing the Principles of Enlightenism – HOW TO STOP PLAYING WITH YOURSELF” PART 1” | Monday, April 4, 2016 | 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST | Listen Online: http://tobtr.com/8622927 | Call-In: (773) 897-6543

  • 00:32

    “PRACTICING THE PRINCIPLES OF ENLIGHTENISM—How To Stop Playing With Yourself #3"

    in Spirituality

    Listen to Malcolm Kelly, the author and holistic philosopher, on the Enlightenism show that’s changing how we think about POWER. On today’s show, he concludes his discussion on “How to Stop Playing With Yourself.” He sheds the Enlightenism light to wake you up from the illusion that’s imprisoning you in the darkness of toxicity. Don’t miss this episode because Mr. Kelly breaks new ground in understanding how the discovery of Enlightenism gives you the POWER to be your authentic self — the person without toxic beliefs and values.


    Malcolm Kelly: Power of Mind Radio - “Practicing the Principles of Enlightenism – HOW TO STOP PLAYING WITH YOURSELF” PART 3” | Wednesday, April 6, 2016 | 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST | Listen Online: http://tobtr.com/8623017 | Call-In: (773) 897-6543

  • 01:44

    Stop The Violence Save The City on Hazed Out Radio

    in Radio

    Tune in tonite (9:30pm til 11:30pm Eastern )www.blogtalkradio.com/1stfamradio or www.1stfamradio.com with Hazed Out Radio with Comedian and Radio Host Brandy Hayes and Special Guests Demetria Mason,Darren "Freedom" Green , and Local Recording Artists Bobbi Skratch and Na Money speaking with us on "Stop the Violence and Save our City"
    Listen on mobile phone click link below


    http://listen.samcloud.com/w/70009/1ST-FAM-RADIO


    if you would like to call in and speak with us call (917)889-8297 New Jersey (609) 218-6024 
    live chat room will be open

  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1344

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Nikki DuBose from Los Angeles, a child abuse survivor who was later abused as a young professional model. Among other things, Nikki advocates on her web site for better regulation of the modeling industry (she tells me about 40% of models have an eating disorder and that there's a lot of sexual abuse/harassment). Nikki also works closely with Matt Sandusky at the "Peaceful Hearts Foundation," where she serves on the Executive Board and is their Volunteer Director. Nikki says, "I wholeheartedly believe that full recovery is possible, but it starts with speaking out and reducing the shame and stigma that is so often attached to mental health issues." In her upcoming memoir, "Washed Away: From Darkness to Light," due out later this year, Nikki details how being sexually abused as a child led to a seventeen-year battle with serious mental health issues such as eating disorders, depression, self-harm, body dysmorphic disorder, substance abuse and sexual addictions. During her career as a professional model, she encountered a great deal of success, yet that prosperity came with a high price - one that often mirrored the sexual abuse from her childhood. Coming to a place of full healing has not been easy for Nikki, but she says, "Being an advocate is what allows me to wake up every day and feel truly alive. All of that pain that I lived with for so many years is now channeled into making a difference in society. Whatever issues you’re passionate about, use your voice and the resources you have; love yourself first and from there you can help to change the world."

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1343

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Misty Reynolds from Spokane, Washington, a NAASCA volunteer and a survivor of child hood trauma from as early as she can remember until she was 18. She'd struggled with drugs and alcohol in her teens, cleaned up briefly when she got pregnant, and had a child in her senior year. "I went through the AmeriCorps program after graduation becoming a peer model at the school," she says. "Mentoring mediating and helping my peers get out of the chaos they lived in." But that didn't last long "I picked up the bottle where my step dad left off .. still functioning day to day to life." As Misty notes, "I married my last abuser and didn't know he was a pedophile until our son was 2." She explains, "I married him so I wouldn't have to testify against him for attempted strangulation." She cleaned up briefly during her second pregnancy, but relapsed when her son was 7 months old. Eventually she sought numbness, and began using meth. I cheated on my daughter's dad with my boy's father. "The next three years are still pretty blurry except the abuse. I remember that clearly." But her trauma didn't end there. As she implies, Misty is also a survivor of domestic violence. At various times she's worked with Betty Maxwell, a DV advocate in the community where she lived. Betty wanted her help to bring other survivors into her program. "The only problem was I couldn't stop using." And no wonder. "My mom was my supplier as well as my husband. I saw no escape so I continued to use." Misty's slowly but surely building back her life now however, noting, "I haven't worked in a long time due to PTSD and barely survived my ex-husband's wrath." We know she'll do well with NAASCA. 

  • 00:30

    FINDING Yourself vs FIGHTING Yourself

    in Entertainment

    As we go through life it is a process of discovering our authentic selves and our purpose.  However, life is unpredictable and with no direction or vision- people will fight their purpose, fight themselves internally or externally, and fight with life.


    Joining me is Mark Dunn, Motivational Speaker and Effectiveness Leader as we discuss ways to find yourself instead of fighting yourself.

  • 00:32

    How to be true to yourself

    in Motivation

    My desire and passion is to help others fulfil their god given purpose and destiny. I talk about issues weekly that I believe can hinder this and give you the keys to help you overcome those hindrances. I speak from experience and from a place of strength after finding my path to a more fulfilling life. My life is still filedl with challenges but I am better equipped to deal with them. 


    Join me on today's podcast where I will be talking about "How to be true to yourself"


     


    I look forward to sharing with you


     


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  • 00:28

    The Power to Forgive Yourself

    in Self Help

    We will discuss how important it is to forgive yourself as you forgive others. We as women can carry many past issues and battles around which will cripple us later on. Pastor Diane Winbush of Saint Petersburg Global Ministries will bring this helpful tool for women. For more information about us; go to www.boldwomenoffaith.com, www.professionalpastors.com, or www.saintpetersberg.com.