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Lori and Alice honor the late Maya Angelou's life and work today in their discussion of one of her best known books. What a wonderful and powerful woman of influence left our world in May! We will miss your voice Maya - thank you for leaving a lasting legacy through your writing. Your life had meaning and will continue to each day.
Join Pastor Gertrude Chapman as she encourages you to spend time in the presence of the Holy Spirit as He reveals to you the hidden mysteries contained in the Word of God. There is a reason why revelation knowledge is needed.
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I am having a real problem with all this anti civil war sentiment, actually it is anti-slavery. However, we haven't had legalized slavery since the civil war ended, why are we desecrating statues, memorials and burial sites of those who fought in the civil war? Why now? What is the motivation - I don't think it has anything to do with the civil war - I think it has to do with more important issues that our government does not want us to see.
The treaty with Iran is a very important issue. Congress and the people need to understand this treaty - is it good or bad? What is happening with our economy?
Let's get on with the business of taking care of our country and the people in it - not people who died more than 150 years ago.
Mental health problems are a very sensitive topic in the black community mainly because of the stigma that mental illness is a result of an individual being weak. According to a report done by blackwomenshealth.com, in 2011 the depression rate among black women was estimated to be 50% higher than that of white women. With media reporting murders of women such as Sandra Bland how are we to expect the rate to be anything but dismal? But all is not lost and there is hope - Lisa Y. Sparrow.
Lisa is a divorced mom of 2 children who lives in Columbus, Ohio. She has bounced between foster homes and mental hospitals while growing up. During her early adult years she suffered multiple miscarriages and spent many moments, like many of us, feeling unloved and unwanted. Lisa used her experiences as a springboard to grow in her faith and to encourage and uplift herself. By doing so she encourages not only her children but everyone she encounters and shares her story of empowerment with. And share she does in her autobiography - His Eye is on the Sparrow.
Join me as I sit down with Lisa as we discuss how she found the courage to become bigger than her circumstances. See ya soon, Why Yet
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On tonight's show we continue with part 2 of our series "why can't we talk anymore" for a while now we have been bombarded with questions from all over asking why is it so hard for me to talk to the one I'm with about how I really feel? Well this series hopefully will help answer some of those questions.
Join PQW as Shanda/Shani talk about Why are U Still Single? If it's broke Fix it! Ladies why are sum of you still single? is it by choice? Have u allowed a good man to slip thru your fingers? Have your past relationships cause you to be bitter and angry? if so call in (347) 884-8239 and share your thoughts
Saying "I do" is just the beginning of what is usually hard work and numerous challenges. Marriage can impact every aspect of an individual's life especially their health. This podcast will look at why there's no need to feel guilty if two people decide to go their separate ways. We'll also examine the the purpose of the many feelings that are stirred up in a close relationship that can result in poor health if both parties are not focused on resolving conflicts and creating a joyful experience.
Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.
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Assertiveness isn't about "building a good disguise," Dr. Randy Paterson explains. "It's about the courage to take the disguise off." It's "about being THERE."
Paterson, a clinical psychologist, is the author of the excellent book I've recommended in my column, "The Assertiveness Workbook: How To Express Your Ideas and Stand Up for Yourself at Work and in Relationships," and that's exactly what he and I will be laying out on tonight's show.
Paterson takes a very rational, behavioral approach and gives extremely practical tips for how to change, and this show should help even already-assertive people notice and shore up areas where they could do better.
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