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See the effects in communication of your kids with Texting and Tweeting

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Talks with Tom

Talks with Tom

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“Our whole way of communicating one-on-one has drastically changed due to Tweeting and Texting.  It changes the way we talk with one another. I’m dedicated to helping couples and families break this cycle of frustration.Tonight's show will discuss the ways to regain  communication with your children.  We will discuss social medias affect on our youths. The computer, commercials, and the messages handed down to our children. Call in tonight, I would like to hear from you and how your  dealing with these challenges in your home.

www.theproblemwasme.com

My name is Tom Gagliano, and I am a life mentor, key note speaker, published author, with an MSW. My book is called, “The Problem Was Me”, with Dr. Abraham Twerski.

I fixed what was broken in me I decided to help others who suffered from negative childhood messages as well. I realized the messages we receive in childhood impact ever part of our lives, from the intimacy we have, to our parenting’s skills, even the careers we choose. I followed those who had what I wanted, a healthy relationship with spouse, children, and the most important relationship of all, the relationship we have with ourselves. I started to facilitate groups in schools, churches, and in my home,free of charge, helping people silence those intrusive inner voices so they can take their life to a new level.

Today, I facilitate 4 groups a week helping people enhance their lives. This journey is paved with three essentials; Awareness, Action, and Maintenance. In the group process, we first strengthen our self-awareness, enabling us to understand what actions we need to take to fortify our interpersonal relationships. 

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