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  • African Americans Mental Health is Real:Are you ready to ask for help

    in Psychology

    African American are afraid to address their mental health issues. Stop enabling.

  • Criminal Mischief- Being Black in America

    in Social Sciences

    (Coming Soon)
    Everyday all over the country; there are calls to 911 reporting people of color for being Black in America.  It is the consensus of many Whites that we don’t have the right to engage in everyday activities in certain areas or under certain conditions.  We are presumed as being guilty of some criminal activity to for merely be parked, standing, dining or walking while Black in America.  What is at the root of this; not “fear”, but paranoia?  Why are we perceived as the ultimate threat? Even in circumstances where common sense should prevail; it seems common sense is abandoned and paranoia and insensitivity set in.  More importantly, when these call are made to 911 what gives the white accusers story validity when the facts suggest otherwise.  Let’s explore this new strategy being implemented in white America.  .  . What is the counter action to this new form of being Black in America?

  • How to treat a "Good" Black Man (Part 1) Men's Perspective

    in Social Sciences

    (Coming Soon)
    As the demands of life change; so to do the roles for  Men and Women.  The roles for gender has transformed and/or changed in this rapidly changing society.  This is a three part frank discussion to explore how what it looks like to nurture a "Good" Black Man in todays every changing society.  What is it that men want and need from us today?  How much does life’s' demands and roles impact men getting their needs met?  Where are women consistently falling short?  Where are we consistently hitting the mark?  What would it look like if women were hitting the ball out of the park?
    Let's explore what it would take make that pivotal change to redefine more meaningful and successful relationships for Men and Women of color.  It may mean just a small adjustment in our thinking or role.  Are we open to having the discussion, call to order and ultimately making the change so we can be more powerful than ever in our love lives?  Come willing to listen, be heard, express your needs and be empowered with knowledge.  Leave your attitude at home and unbaled your fists!!

  • Use Effective Communication verses Confrontation to Get Your wants and Needs Met

    in Psychology

    Live Categories Help Sabrina Williams Sabrina WilliamsRolling with the Diva Edit Profile unfollow Episodes 177 Followers 16 itunes http://www.twitter.com/godsgirlusa777?s=03 This is an all positive radio station, bringing you news. Use Effective Communication verses Confrontation to Get Your wants and Needs Met Nobody likes to confront others when their feelings are hurt or they are misunderstood. However, if not taken care of it can burst out and appear as if you are angry. Todays show is about learning to use effective communication to get your needs and wants met.. The following effective communication skills was taken from https://www.diplateevo.com/effective-communication-healthy-confrontation/ Healthy confrontation doesn't attack people personally – Healthy confrontation seeks only to share how a specific act or words made you feel. It isn't riddled with name-calling, labeling, insulting, or other emotionally-driven attacks. If someone has a problem, healthy confrontation doesn't mean talking badly about someone to other people. Healthy confrontation is actively communicated, not passively hidden – Healthy confrontation doesn't hide feelings or emotions, it is an act of being open and honest with the other party about how you feel, even if the problem is on your end. Healthy confrontation seeks to resolve feelings and problems instead of hide or suppress them. Healthy confrontation doesn't seek revenge – Confrontation is not about seeking revenge, repayment, or even feelings of regret and sorrow. Confrontation is not about getting retribution. Healthy confrontation listens and understands – Healthy confrontation, although it is about being open and transparent about how you feel, also listens and understand what the other party has to say. Actually listening to another person's story and perspective shows that you actually care about the relationship.

  • How to treat a "Good" Black Man ( Part 2 ) Ladies Perspective

    in Social Sciences

    (Coming Soon)
    As the demands of life change; so to do the roles for  Men and Women.  The roles for gender has transformed and/or changed in this rapidly changing society.  This is a three part frank discussion to explore how what it looks like to nurture a "Good" Black Man in todays every changing society.  What is it that men want and need from us today?  How much does life’s' demands and roles impact men getting their needs met?  Where are women consistently falling short?  Where are we consistently hitting the mark?  What would it look like if women were hitting the ball out of the park?
    Let's explore what it would take make that pivotal change to redefine more meaningful and successful relationships for Men and Women of color.  It may mean just a small adjustment in our thinking or role.  Are we open to having the discussion, call to order and ultimately making the change so we can be more powerful than ever in our love lives?  Come willing to listen, be heard, express your needs and be empowered with knowledge.  Leave your attitude at home and unbaled your fists!!

  • Radio Personality:Althea Gibson

    in Psychology

    The Diva talks about women in ministry and the Postive impact we are making in the world.

  • Pastor Virginia Singleton PHD.

    in Psychology

    Pastor Singleton will preach give a Bible message

  • How to treat a "Good" Black Man ( Part 3 ) Both Ladies and Men's Perspective

    in Social Sciences

    (Coming Soon)
    As the demands of life change; so to do the roles for  Men and Women.  The roles for gender has transformed and/or changed in this rapidly changing society.  This is a three part frank discussion to explore how what it looks like to nurture a "Good" Black Man in todays every changing society.  What is it that men want and need from us today?  How much does life’s' demands and roles impact men getting their needs met?  Where are women consistently falling short?  Where are we consistently hitting the mark?  What would it look like if women were hitting the ball out of the park?
    Let's explore what it would take make that pivotal change to redefine more meaningful and successful relationships for Men and Women of color.  It may mean just a small adjustment in our thinking or role.  Are we open to having the discussion, call to order and ultimately making the change so we can be more powerful than ever in our love lives?  Come willing to listen, be heard, express your needs and be empowered with knowledge.  Leave your attitude at home and unbaled your fists!!
     

  • The Need for an Ecological Economy with Dr. Derek Paul

    in Environment

    A frank and open talk about the environment, climate change and what we can do to understand the ecological economy with former Professor Dr. Derek Paul 
    You can find Dr. Paul online www.derekleverpaul.ca

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    The Neural Pathways That Control Your Brain Chemicals

    in Social Sciences

    The roots trip I took to explore my early wiring, and questions about building a strong spine vs external armor when dealing with people who get on your nerves.
    This podcast is a live call-in with Loretta Breuning, PhD, author of Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain your brain to boost your serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin and endorphin levels. Questions? InnerMammalInstitute.org/podcast.
    Happiness is caused by four special brain chemicals: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphin. When you know how they work in animals, you can find your power over them in daily life. The happy chemicals are not designed to flow all the time for no reason. They evolved to reward behaviors that promote survival in the state of nature. They are only released in short spurts, so you always have to do more to get more. This makes life frustrating!
    Our chemicals are controlled by neural pathways built from life experience. Neurons connect when your happy chemicals flow, which wires you to repeat behaviors that felt good before. Fortunately, you can re-wire yourself, but it’s not easy. That’s why we keep discussing and asking questions.
    The Inner Mammal Institute has resources that help you make peace with your inner mammal: books, videos, blogs, graphics, and podcasts. You’ll find out what turns on your happy chemicals in the state of nature, and how you can turn them on today. It’s not easy being mammal! But you can build your power over your mammalian brain chemicals.
    Listen! Read! Join the conversation! Music from Sonatina Soleil by W.M. Sharp. Hear more of it at InnerMammalInstitute.org/musicbywmsharp.

  • Caregiver Suicide Prevention

    in Psychology

    Taking care of others in our community & family is an important aspect of humanity. We have an embedded function with us that causes us to want to nurture others in their time of need. The role of caregiver befalls on us all at some point in time in our lives. The role is a delicate responsibility that requires a great deal of our time and energy. For this reason many caregivers can get burnt out if they are not careful to include themselves in the selfcare process. Our guest host Dave Nassaney is going to shed some light on how to maintain balance If you find yourself in the role of a caregiver.