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Building Strong Relationships in the Brain Injury Community~
Last month we discussed the relationships we already have in since our brain injuries but what about building new ones? Questions for the night=
*What are we looking for as individuals?
*Can we find love?
*Where do we go?
*What do we do?
*What's better or worse?
*Who can we talk to?
*How have our experiences gone?
*What can we change?
*What has worked for you?
*How can we help each other?
Impacts of brain injury to discuss about relationships
Acceptance of other, ourselves, and sticking together
How to stay strong
The things that can not be seen with a hidden disability
More importantly, staying positive!!!
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Today, on a live show, we have Clinical Psychologist and author, Dr. E. Douglass Brown continuing his dialogue on Relationships - a Help or a Hindrance part 3. He will talk about the reasons toxic relationships have such a great fanbase as well as healthy relationships. What draws people to drama, emotional abuse and sometimes physical abuse, infidelity, and reminders of their toxic past? What draws people to health and vitality, compassion, empathic connections, peace, contentment-inward and outward, compatibility and true partnership? Why is there such a disconnect between the one mindset and the other? What are some solutions to these distant realities?
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This is an introduction of the Strong Heart Warrior Society. Identity is of the original Dog Solider Society of the Lakota Nation - the oldest of its kind. Many societies claim to be for their people, but few proved themselves and remain worthy of their people's trust. The Strong Heart Warrior Society will remain. We are past, present, and forever. This brief mission statement gives credence to our traditional concepts. This society is alcohol-free and drug-free. As a society with its own values, we are here. We are forever.
Some people say that all relationships, marriage, and love are “Hard Work,” but the work you put in can be rewarding when it’s done right. Others say that love, relationships, and marriage would never be labeled as “Hard Work” if people actually entered into these for the long haul, meaning that you’re signing up to stick together through good times and bad times so when the bad times come you don’t complain or bail. But, how you label the “Work” you put into relationships may have more to do with the person you’re with and how compatible the two of you are when it comes to problem solving, respect, and admiration, etc. Then again, maybe part of the “Hard Work” is less about the partnership and more about resolving issues of each individual so both people can heal, i.e. finding your collective cohesiveness.
Everyone enters relationships wounded in some way and the “Hard Work” may be humbling yourself to admit to flaws and do the “Work” to tackle difficult issues and challenges, making yourself a better partner for your mate. From this perspective, the "Hard Work” you do on yourself, benefits your mate and your relationship in a deeper sense. These are just a few ideas and We Want to Hear From You about how you find your relationships, marriage, and love to be “Hard Work,” if you do find them to be “Hard Work”?
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Do you think you know what women think about? Have you ever wondered about the kind of talks women have pertaining to relationships? On Thursday, August 21st at 9pm EST to 10pm EST, join me and my guests as we have some real talks about relationships. You will hear what a lot of women think about relationships.
Artist/Blogger LanceScurv breaks down a few hard hitting points about relationships in response to the many messages received requesting that he share his opinions.
We could probably go on and on in sharing what we think is the best relationship advice, but the fact of the matter is that we as individuals have to travel down our own individual paths ourselves and make our judgments according to what we see.
Sure, the wonderful shared insights that our friends and acquaintances give us could very well make a huge difference in the success of our romantic unions but in the end it is us as individuals who must ultimately sign off on what we allow ourselves to take as well as what we refuse to endure.
So kick back and absorb the intellectual ramblings of a creative madman as he shares a lifetime of perspectives in a non traditional way.
Please leave your opinions and comments below and do know that I read them all!
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A special 15 minutes show for the Got To Get Myself Together 2014 Teleconference "22 Days of Maximizing Ministry, Business, and Life." Starting August 21-31 is the Maximizing Life Strategies segment of the teleconference. This is one of the "tips" radio shows.
There are many things that can go wrong or go from bad to wrose in a relationship. Here are the 5 dont's that can go wrong in relationships.
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Everybody’s been talking about “Fifty Shades of Gray” the notorious book soon to be movie, telling the story of a young girl experimenting with sexuality with a gorgeous, rich sadist. So is it just a good fantasy, or is it something darker?
A recent study by some Michigan State University researchers found that young women who are fans of the book are more likely to be prone to eating disorders, binge drinking and multiple sexual partners, than young women who have not read the books. They are also more likely to have a verbally abusive partner.
Coincidence? Maybe, but we’ll learn more Saturday when we talk with Amy Bonomi, PhD, Professor and Chair of the Human Development and Family Studies Department at Michigan State University. Dr. Bonomi’s research focuses on the long-term health effects of domestic violence, dating violence, and child abuse, and the intimacy dynamics/processes that keep violent relationships intact. Dr. Bonomi and her colleagues analyzed abuse and harmed identity in the national bestseller, Fifty Shades of Grey, using the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s definitions of intimate partner violence. She is an associate editor at the Journal of Women’s Health and BMC Public Health, and is the recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award from the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about “Fifty Shades of Gray.
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