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    Types of Self-Structure & Openness to the Look of the Other

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    Please join us for this psychoanalytic-phenomenology exploration into the relation between self-structure, ontology, and the phenomenology of the Look.

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    Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse

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    Leading psychologist Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder and director of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources joins us today to discuss his book Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. Dr. Jantz will discuss the often-overlooked issue of emotional abuse. He will explain exactly what defines emotional abuse, how surprisingly common the problem is, how silence can be abuse, and why people who have been abused tend to minimize that abuse. He will help listeners come to a better understanding of themselves and their abuser.
    To identify emotional abuse in your own life, go to Jeannie’s blog before you listen and test yourself on the Signs of Emotional Abuse from Dr. Jantz’s book. http://jeanniestjohntaylor.blogspot. com/ 
    Contact Dr. Jantz at www.aplaceofhope.com or www.DrGregoryJantz.com
     

  • 00:42

    Understand Why You Take Responsibility For The Behavior Of Others

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    It feels very natural to take responsitility for the behavior of others. You try to understand why he hits you, why she cheats, why mom or dad is disinterested is you. It's not that you don't have some responsibility, but it is important to seperate your "stuff" and how others treat you. Understanding this is critical for establishing a higher functioning self image and relationships. 

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    PTSS DEPRESSION AND MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

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     MENTAL ILLNESS HAS ALWAYS BEEN A TABOO NEVER TALKED ABOUT TOPIC IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY. IF U HAD A BROTHER  SISTER UNCLE WHO SUFFERED FROM THIS DISEASE THEY WERE CONSIDERED AN EMBARASSMENT AND QUIETLY RELOCATED DOWN SOUTH 2 LIVE WITH BIG MAMA. CHILDREN AS WELL AS ADULTS CAN BE VERY CRUEL 2 RIDDICULE AND OSTRACISE THEIR PEERS SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS WHOS LIVES OFTEN END UP IN SUICIDE. WE ARE ALWAYS QUICK 2 JUDGE BUT DONT HAVE A CLUE AS 2 WHAT HAPPENS IN A PERSONS LIFE 2 CAUSE A MENTAL BREAKDOWN: CHILD ABUSE SPOUSAL ABUSE CHILD MOLESTATION RAPE THE BRUTAL MURDER OF A LOVED ONE. HAS IT EVER OCCURED 2 U THAT THE PROBLEM IS THIS SICK WORLD WE LIVE IN? BLACK FOLKS LIVE IN A WORLD CONTROLLED BY SICK EUROPEANS SWEAR UP AND DOWN WE ARE SANE BUT DO SAY HAVE AND MAKE SOME OF THE MOST MORBID LIFESTYLES AND COICES IMAGINABLE. WE ARE ALL IN NEED OF AN AFRICAN PSYCHOLOGIST. GENEOGICALLY, BLACK PEOPLE SUFFER FROM PTSS DEPRESSION AND MENTAL ILLNESS FROM 310 YEARS OF CHATTEL SLAVERY151 YEARS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN BLACK CODES JIM CROW AND SEGREGATION. IF U PRAY 2 WHITE JESUS DRINK A MIXTURE OF COUGH SURUPS CALLED LEEN 2 GET GET HIGH KILL OTHER BLACK PEOPLE BUT FORGIVE YOUR WHITE CAPTORS BLAME WHITEFOLKS 4 ALL YOUR PROBLEMS BUT AS WHOLE SPEND 97% OF YOUR INCOME WITH THEM CHANCES ARE U R JUST AS MENTALLY ILL AS THE ONES U DEMONIZE. IF U OR SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY IS SUFFERING FROM PTSD DEPRESSION OR MENTAL ILLNESS PLEASE DO NOT FEEL BAD IN ASKING 4 HELP FROM A BLACK PSYCHOLOGIST. DO NOT LET  INSENSITIVE RACIST COPS MURDER OUR SUFFERING PEOPLE. BLACK FAMILY AND THE COMMUNITY PLEASE DO NOT SHUT OUT OUR SUFFERING MASSES. THEY NEED OUR LOVE AND SUPPORT. EACH AND EVERY ONE OF OUR LIVES MATTER AND WE MUST SHOW THAT BY HOW WE TREAT OUR PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS

  • 01:05

    Who Really Assassinated Malcom X And Martin King!

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    Johnson succeeded to the presidency following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, completed Kennedy's term and was elected President in his own right, winning by a large margin in the 1964 Presidential election. Johnson was greatly supported by the Democratic Party and, as President, was responsible for designing the "Great Society" legislation that included laws that upheld civil rights, Public Broadcasting, Medicare, Medicaid, environmental protection, aid to education, and his "War on Poverty." He was renowned for his domineering personality and the "Johnson treatment," his coercion of powerful politicians in order to advance legislation. Simultaneously, he greatly escalated direct American involvement in the Vietnam War. As the war dragged on, Johnson's popularity as President steadily declined. After the 1966 mid-term Congressional elections, his re-election bid in the 1968 United States presidential election collapsed as a result of turmoil within the Democratic Party related to opposition to the Vietnam War. He withdrew from the race amid growing opposition to his policy on the Vietnam War and a worse-than-expected showing in the New Hampshire primary. Privately! Johnson worked against Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King and Minister Malcolm X as they sought to unite their campaign differences. It is becoming common knowledge of Johnson's "racist bully tactics" and "racist political politics."  He first designed the death of Malcolm X in 1965. Later he designed the death of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in 1968. To stand against any thing that Lyndon Johnson stood for was welcome suicide. Among them was protesting the war of vietnam ( Dr. King) and the internationalization of the Negro struggle to the United Nations (Malcom X).

  • 00:13

    Reconnecting to Your Purpose

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    Doing this radio broadcast is one of the passions of my life.  Still I have not broadcasted an episode since September, how come?  This is for me; perhaps it will help someone else. I am talking to me about getting back on track. Come on! I know I can do it. I will get back to doing my weekly show and I am starting  now

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    "The Art of Letting Go"

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    There is a lot of life wisdom to take from buddhism. No, I am not recommending that anybody change their religious beliefs and become buddhist! I am talking about how learning, practicing, and applying many buddhist principals into your own life, does lead to more peace, joy, and calm. Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Karin Weiri-Kolle, talks about this topic today.

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    Basic Tips for Living Mentally Well and Living Trusts

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    Join me this week for my 2 for 1 show. Two great guests in one hour! My first guest is Dr. Charles E. Meusberger. My second guest is Mona Parsa, Esq. 
    Charles E. Meusburger, MD southjerseypsychiatry.com. is a Board Certified Diplomat of Neurology and Psychiatry and has been a practicing psychiatrist for more than 25 years.  A former Department Chairman of Psychiatry, Residency Director and Medical Director for Behavioral Health Services in a large health system, Dr. Meusburger is an independent practitioner specializing in adult and adolescent psychiatry. Though Dr. Meusburger has a thriving private practice, he also serves as the psychiatrist for a community mental health program that cares for homeless individuals with intellectual and behavioral disabilities.
    Spurred by the belief that understanding and empowerment can be fostered through communication in any form Mona Parsa's name can be seen on paper and her presence behind the mic as an emcee, presenter, and host. Underpinning her work is the passion to empower others with the means to live a purposeful life, from providing legal assistance to those pursuing their calling, to publishing an award-winning children’s book, And So You Were Born, which encourages a purpose-led life for youngsters.

  • 00:52

    Carolyn Bennett Sullivan: Re-claiming Our Internal Guidance

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    Carolyn Bennett Sullivan has studied psychology, human behavior and spirituality for more than 30 year through formal education and practical experience. Despite 25 successful years in sales experience, she chose her calling over the beaten path to become a Certified Passion Test facilitator to help guide others to discover their top passions and priorities as she has done.
    Carolyn holds that by un-caging the chatter, re-claiming control over our thoughts and re-connecting to our internal guidance system that we can gain the confidence and clarity to take back our life with purpose and passion. This is what she teaches through one on one session and writing.
    Her new book, ‘Get the “F” Out’ premiers this February 21st.  It was her passion and mission to help others liberate their fear in order to connect to inner wisdom and live the life we each desire and deserve.

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    TalkPsychWithAlexAndKarolina The Journey of Karen Horney

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    join us alex artman and karolina kristof as we talk about the journey of Karen Horney in psychology call in, and ask questions don't be afraid we love you guys!

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    Paris Cannon Racial Hate Crime Bully

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    African girl, Paris Cannon, tries to mutilate and kill white student, Aria Jewett, in Jacksonville Florida. Both girls are age 14. Fight took place April 2013 off school grounds at lunch time.
    Duval County in Jacksonville Florida wants Paris Cannon out of all Duval County schools. Paris Cannon has appealed.
    Paris Cannon is known as a "serial bully" and has tried to maim and permanently injure other students, according to Oceanway Middle School students. Racially based hate crimes? Hostile work environment?
    Jodie Arias can get death for killing