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In life we have the opportunity to express our love in a variety of ways. Love is the act of giving of ourselves, lifting others up, and always wanting the best for those we care about. But love is not always beautiful and it is not always easy; it sometimes requires pushing our own needs to the side in order to do what is best for someone else. There are times that having someone’s best interest at heart requires the use of tough love.
When used properly tough love is rooted in deep devotion and unconditional love, though it usually does not feel like a loving act to the person on the receiving end of it. That is why using tough love is so hard to do; we never want to hurt the ones we care about and love. But tough love is not used to hurt someone; it is used to help someone who is making destructive choices in their life.
The goal of today’s show is to offer a clearer understanding of tough love; what it is, what it is not, when to use it, and how to use it. If you are dealing with someone who concerns you, someone who does not respond to gestures of traditional love, today’s show will help you understand what you need to do. If you are not currently dealing with someone who is in need of tough love, it is important to listen as well. There are times in life when each of us will have to employ its use.
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IN OUR 2nd HOUR:K eeping It Simple w/Sam - Interview w/Reagan & Madison Roy - Child Prodigies - -----------------------------------------------
We will have a special MIXED Parent panel with both Fathers and mothers joining our discussions.
It is time we as parents take these bad parenting examples and work together with our MEN to take back our family responsibilities for a better and brighter future for our children and bring back strength and love to our family bonds.
This is a TOUGH LOVE SEGMENT.
Tired of looking for love in "ALL" the wrong places? Tired of getting love wrong? What happens when you find the perfect mate and you're still far from perfect yourself. Stop screwing up your love life! Joining Dr. D Ivan Young is star of VH1's current season of Tough Love - Porsche Abraham. Tough Love is VH1's hit reality television series that takes lovelorn singles and puts them through love bootcamp. Steven Ward of the Philadelphia based Master Matchmakers and his mother, JoAnn, host the show and offer brutally honest relationship advice. Porsche is the epitome of a millennial renaissance woman – business owner, mentor, philanthropist, model, actress, and star of “Tough Love: Co-Ed.” Dr. D Ivan Young and Porsche as they discuss what it takes to get love right. Don't miss it! To submit a show idea, comment, or be considered as a featured guest email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tough love = correction + kindness + dignity + endurance During this show we will be discussing the following; Tough love usually comes up as an issue when someone else is out of control. Tough love can apply to another adult or to a child, and also in relationship to one's self. For example, when a part of our self is out of control/ignoring the dictates of wisdom or acting against one's better judgment. Exercising tough love in a relationship requires some form of intentional dialogue. Exercising tough love with oneself requires self-reflection, and self-compassion. Compassion for one self tends to be late developing. We want to know; How does Tough Love work within a relationship? Does it change anything for the good? For the bad? Have you ever done it and what was the outcome? Call us at (347) 850-1619 and tell us your thoughts!
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Everyone, regardless of gender, marital status or sexual orientation, can have an Innerwife, Innerhusband or both. Find out more with host Chad Hunter.
For your copy of Chad Hunter's "Love Life, Ultimate Strife, How-To Lists from the Innerwife" please go to https://www.createspace.com/3454233
Saturday, April 23, 2011 - 11PM ET. 8PM PT Tonight’s Topic:Tough Love
Join us "Live in the Vocal Booth" With The BKS1 Radio Team; Storm Norm “The General”, Trish aka "Super Woman", Chill Mr. Keep It Real, Smoov P, and Jeff aka Short Fuse
When should you use tough love? The term Tough Love basically indicates I love you, but I have to take a hard position and possibly cut you off from whatever is enabling you to go recklessly down the wrong path. Who is better at administering Tough Love men or women?
Parents, Teachers, Community Leaders, Clergy, siblings all these people may have to use Tough Love when the person they are trying to help manipulates them into enabling their behavior. What do you do when a person you love is in trouble, or fighting drug or alcohol addiction? How do you help and not hinder?
Tonight we want to look at the types of situation when Tough Love must be used and how enablers can change their actions to shift the responsibility where it belongs and stop enabling the person that has you locked into their self destructive behavior. It’ going to be Tough Love “Live in the Vocal Booth”.
All people benefit from an awareness of flaws, willingness to change, and growth in positive directions. It's important to be able to hear the positive advice within constructive criticism to find this awareness and power to change. There are many approaches to giving constructive criticism, such as tough love, positive reinforcement, shock statements, and motivational talk.
What approaches are the most beneficial? Does it vary based on the person or situation? Some people may need to be slapped in the face information-wise while others may need a softer touch. A possible downside of a harsher approach may be that people can't hear the positive side because they get offended. Thus, once they hear something critical, they may stop listening! And the very thing that could help them is what they detest and reject defensively.
Regardless of the approach, how can people better receive constructive criticism? What can you do to listen for the deeper meaning and identify the positive advice that you can apply to your own life? How can we be more open to having our flaws exposed by others without getting defensive? And do we need both approaches?
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