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The holidays aren't just for kids. In college and beyond, we all find joy in spending quality time with family, accepting a present or two and even reciprocating in the gift-giving department (on a budget - of course). Whether you’ve got issues with your extended family or are battling winter weight gain (hello, mac and cheese!), our tips will help you get through the season like a boss. Yep — this survival guide may be the best gift you've ever received. Tune in Monday, December 1st at 9pm ET as TD Radio hosts Aeshia, Moiba, and Brianna share holiday tips, the latest in entertainment news, and hot topics!
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So you've been dating for a little while and it is going great! What should you do about the holidays? Should you invite him to your family's Thanksgiving dinner? Is it too soon for that? Should you get him a gift for Christmas? How much should you spend IF you do get him a gift? If he invites you to meet his parents at their Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, should you go? And if you do go, should you take his family gifts?
Join us as the Matchmaker & Dating Coach discusses Holiday Q&A!
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Women who have succeeded in their careers are often frustrated by not finding the same success in relationships. Frustrated, that is, until they meet Kiki! Kiki has created several incredible dating programs such as her “A Diva’s Guide to Meeting Mr. Right” Home Study Course and "Meeting Mr. Right" boot camps, as well as her eBooks like “How Divas Date” and podcasts like "Love on the Net." Keesha "Kiki" Strickland specializes in helping women find love and ultimately the lasting relationship they have dreamed of.
You are not here to struggle or suffer.
You are not here to feel alone or to figure out life by yourself.
The purpose of this work is to help you grow as a human being, a gay human being, a Gay Woman. It’s a game of survival out there, that’s why we have put together a guide to help you discover and accept your life and your purpose for being here; we want to inspire you, motivate you and energize you, to live a life of passion.
Living a happy life is hard work. It takes time, consistency, and patience. If you're here looking for a quick fix this isn't the right place for you. This site is designed for people who are serious about being the best Gay Woman that they can be.
The main themes of this site are:
This site will help you improve:
Your Emotional Health
Communications Skills in Relationships
Your Truth – Living a Authentic Life
Don't be overwhelm, enjoy with a partner, a friend or by yourself.
Listen Dec 11, 2014 or anytime later to this program by www.r4alliance.org - an Alliance of 44 Military Support Groups.
Listen to Military Family Caregivers:
Jeannette Davidson-Mayer. Her Husband DeWayne following his 5th accident, returned home in Oct 2005. He was diagnosed with TBI, PTSD, spinal injuries, along with a few other medical issues. As a family, they have learned to live together again.
Juliet C. Madsen was severely injured during Operation Iraqi Freedom and was medically retired from the Army in 2006 after more than seventeen years of service. Juliet makes quilts to raise awareness of, and raise money for veteran’s charities through www.strokeofluckquilting.com
Peter Madsen is a former Marine and Army Aviator and Juliet's Husband.
Jeannette and Juliet serve on the Board of R4Alliance. Please SHARE!!
Details at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/december-2014/article/listen-to-the-first-r4alliance-wounded-warriors-caregiver-program
In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D. and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss survival sanitation as it pertains to human waste, uses of vinegar, and the latest case of Ebola being evacuated to the U.S.
This is a topic that I return to every once in awhile because I know how common it is to feel depressed, sad, lonely, misunderstood, unfulfilled frustrated or stuck.
I have been through all of these emotions, repeatedly, both for long and short periods of times.
These feelings are a healthy and normal part of our emotional cycles. What is not healthy is when you get stuck in a bad-feeling emotion and it is hindering your participation in, or enjoyment of, your life.
Here I am, six and a half months into my cross-country move from D.C. to L.A. It's been wonderful and happy and easy, until recently.
The Take Back Your Health Conference™ is growing into a bi-coastal event. I'm working on the first TBYH book and we're going to start videos in the next few months.
Lately I have felt out of balance. I know that this is because I am stretching myself thin with my work, in an unfamiliar city.
When you stretch yourself thin, you lose sleep, you walk around on edge, you get frustrated with others when they take your time, and emotions, like loneliness and self-doubt, become magnified.
I let it go too far - to the point of being paralyzed from action. I couldn't even write this email to you all! I finally turned to a good friend of mine. My lover, friend and boyfriend. He sees me more clearly than I can see myself sometimes.
I told him that I felt like I was losing myself in the enormity of the changes I had made this year. That's when he did something for me that changed my mood instantly. I was able to get back to writing this email to you and our relationship grew deeper for it.
I'm going to share his trick with you today on TBYH Radio. I'm also going to share the three things that I do to get out of an emotional funk.
The months of December through January are a hectic time of year that are chock full of stress, expectation and temptation. It can be a particularly challenging time of year for people in recovery, especially early recovery, as we can feel vulnerable and be blindsided by triggers and cravings. Even people with long term sobriety can find themselves susceptible to the pressures of this busy time of year. It is a time for us to prioritize self-care so we don't become complacent. Preparedness is the KEY to surviving the holidays with our sobriety (and our sanity) intact!
On this week's Bubble Hour, we will be discussing the difference in strategies required depending on one’s stage of recovery.
eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst will speak to Dr. Kesavan Kutty from the American College of Physicians about the Teach Back resource for patients and physicians.
On this episode of EDC Canada we have a special guest from a Discovery survival show who had quite a memerable experiance in the Canadian outdoors while filming. We will be talking survival skills, gear, and how to stay out of trouble if you find yourself in a survival situation. We may also take callers and will be talking about the show the guest is on. To find out who it is you will have to tune in and I can promise you will not want to miss this episode.
The call in Number is (914) 205-5779 or you can call in via skype.
ABUSE IN ANY FORM CAN LEAVE SCARS OF STRESS, MENTAL DEPRESSION, FEAR, AND OTHER TRAUMATIC CHANGES IN A PERSON'S LIFE. MY GUEST, JOY JACKSON IS A YOUNG WOMAN ON A LIFE MISSION TO HELP SUPPORT VICTIMS OF ABUSE. TUNE IN TONIGHT AND SPEAK WITH JOY.
24 year old Joy Jackson Is originally from Charleston, SC.. In her life, she has experienced two types of abuse.
She was sexually molested as a child, and was domestically abused in college. Around the age of 22-23, she decided to write a book to help other women and children who were victims of abuse and rape learn how to manage the stress and mental anguish they have experienced. Through the emotional process that comes after being abused, Joy wrote her story and then lead readers into the "self help" portion of her book.She also reaches out to organizations to help caregivers and children of abuse and neglect.She is a woman on a mission to reach out and help motivate others who need support.
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It was a dark and stormy night...calories lurked in every corner. Suddenly, there was a knock at the door!
Today Margo of Nacho Mama's Blog shares her top 6 tips for surviving Halloween with your waistline and your health goals intact! EPISODE GUIDE HERE: http://www.nachomamasblog.com/2014/10/new-podcast-ep62-halloween-survival.html
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