Archive for Love and Relationships
Have You ever felt yourself just going through the motions but not know hat to do?
What if you knew exactly WHAT and WHY is going on in your life and HOW you could make your life easier and more relaxed?
Join us as we speak with Svetlana (Lana) Pritzker, M. Ed., a spiritual teacher, author, energy intuitive and ancient wisdom guardian. Lana is the author of The Ultimate love Affair: How to Find yourself and then Find Your Match. Lana is a gifted healer, Life Purpose Intuitive, a mystical artist and a relationship counselor. Blending her natural psychic abilities, unique healing arts and coaching, she assists groups and individuals in resolving the most complex and entangled issues in their lives.
Svetlana (Lana) Pritzker, M. Ed. is a gifted intuitive healer and a pioneer of cutting edge teachings that address the most difficult physical, emotional and spiritual challenges. She is blessed with many creative expressions and loves wearing many hats. An author, a channel, a mystical artist, and a relationship counselor, she takes individuals and worldwide audiences on a Transformational Journeys Beyond Limits.
Marriage’ has seen better days! – Even the ‘Best of Marriages’ can be improved.
Men and women wait until later in life to wed, if they wed at all. – Divorce happens with an alarming frequency. Second and third marriages have an even smaller chance for success.”’Til death do us part” has become a fairly meaningless phrase. – Infidelity is skyrocketing among both genders and all ages.
Russell A. Irving, the author of “IMPROVE YOUR MARRIAGE – DON’T OVERLOOK THE OBVIOUS‘ and several other books. Spent years in human services working with diverse populations, which allowed me a unique perspective when dealing with family and relationship issues.
- “Who’s going to carve the turkey this year now that Dad has died?”
- “I don’t have the energy or desire to shop, to decorate, or to be around others this year at Christmas.”
- “I just want to erase Chanukah this year. I’ll just feel too empty without my husband to celebrate.”
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, Ramadan, Kwanza and New Year’s Day are annual holidays that can be a very difficult time for people who have experienced the death of someone loved. Memories of good times and togetherness at the holiday season serve to remind us of our loss. Watching others who are feeling thankful and are celebrating when we feel overwhelmed, lonely or sad can be very painful. Holidays force us to realize how much our lives have been changed by the loss of our loved one. Particularly in the first year, many bereaved are left with having to develop new holiday rituals and traditions.
Have you ever wanted great tips to make more MONEY, find true LOVE and develop personal CONFIDENCE? If this is you or someone you know, this show is for you.
Our guest today on Living Fully after 40 Radio is Bill Patti, of YourVoiceProfessor.com. Bill is a longtime Radio/TV personality and college professor.
No matter the age, occupation or lifestyle…my proper breathing, articulation, resonance, projection and pitch methods, will positively impact lives. Learn new voice techniques to improve everyday conversations, work presentations, telephone skills, even your love life. Understand key nonverbal communication signals revealed by potential dating partners, to help you connect with the right person. Read More→
10 Tips for Coping with Grief During the Holidays (via PR Newswire)
CLEVELAND, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The glitz and glitter in the stores, special traditions and get-togethers with family and friends make the holidays a time of anticipation and joy. However, holidays can act as a trigger for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. While…
As 80 Million Americans approach retirement, Miriam Goodman has found that often couples don’t retire at the same time, making it, at best, a bumpy transition. If this is you or someone you know, this show is for you.
Miriam Goodman help you realize that you are not alone in this anxiety about retirement and will assist you in finding new ways to navigate this sudden identity crisis and change in relationships and roles.
and Reinventing Retirement: 389 bright ideas about Family, Friends, Health, What to Do and Where to Live (Chronicle Books.)
Rick Goodfriend has been teaching Compassionate Communication ( NVC ) skills training for over a decade. These self-empathy, active listening and expressing skills are a process to have more effective and easier communications, with anybody. They promote calm and harmony with self and others. Rick is a certified corporate speaker and 5 years ago developed World Empathy Day held every Wednesday around the world. It is a day for increased consciousness for communication, compassion and healing. His book is called “I Hear You, But …” and is full of over 100 short yet effective communication tips.. His CD’s are titled “Manifesting Instant Calm” and “Creating Extraordinary Customer Relationships”.
Imagine a marriage in which two people have learned how to love each other in such a way that leads to the wholeness of both people. Most of us sell marriage short and settle into patterns of complacency or disappointment. But what do you do when the Hollywood version of marriage fails to fulfill you? We need a grown up, real-world understanding of how to elevate marriage. Learn about the two guiding principles and three golden rules for successful and sustainable marriage relationships.
An author, researcher and national motivational speaker, M. Cecile Forté, Ph.D., explores issues of marriage, relationships, women and aging in our youth driven society. She uses her expertise in this arena to produce her popular one woman show, “Who you calling old?!” on Blog Talk Radio. What would life be like if women and men were free to be who they were born to be. Like most Baby Boomers, Cecile’s not “…going gently into that good night!”
Cecile was born in San Diego, California. Her family returned to New York where she received her education in both public and private schools. For 35 years she enjoyed a successful career as a teacher, administrator and consultant for public schools, colleges and universities. She’s earned a national reputation as an author and a specialist in Developmental Education as well as an expertise in the accreditation of colleges and universities in the continental U.S. and Puerto Rico.
She began her career as an English teacher in Freeport, New York. (She married her boss!) She realized the needs of her students in the area of literacy and decided to pursue a Masters Degree in Reading Instruction. She entered the Doctoral program in Reading and Learning Disabilities at Hofstra University.
Chamein Canton author of Down That Aisle in Style, began her fascination with weddings and event planning as a little girl growing up on Long Island. By the age of three she’d already made her first of many wedding cakes. Once she became a teenager she often found it hard to pass bridal magazines without taking a peek. A born romantic, she married early and subsequently gave birth to twin boys, Sean and Scott, in May of 1987. Although her marriage ended in divorce, it didn’t dampen her love of weddings, and after many years working as a paralegal she decided to follow her heart — she started her own business, Creative Elegance Catering and Wedding Consulting.