Are you registered to vote? If not, do you know where to go to vote? Not sure if you’re already registered, or need to update your information? In most states, you must register before you can vote. The link below will assist you, in EVERY STATE, with where to go to register and how to do so. The Electoral System we have will never change if you don’t speak out. Voting is your RIGHT!! VOTE! #ExerciseYourRight
This year, I am walking in honor of someone very near and dear to me. Out of respect for their privacy, I will refrain from mentioning their name as this is very new to them. For this reason, I am walking to raise money for MS and what I hope will come of the research and advances in medicine to cure this horrible disease. Join us on Sunday, April 17th in Hamilton, NJ at Veterans Park which is located at 2206 Kuser Rd, Hamilton, NJ 08690.
Please, click the link below to donate, sign up to walk or get information on MS! We ALL have a reason to walk! Thanks in Advance
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. In multiple sclerosis, damage to the myelin in the central nervous system (CNS) — and to the nerve fibers themselves — interferes with the transmission of nerve signals between the brain and spinal cord and other parts of the body. (Credit: National MS Society)
The cause of MS is still unknown – the progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with at least two to three times more women than men being diagnosed. Symptoms
The most common symptoms are overwhelming fatigue, visual disturbances, altered sensation and difficulties with mobility. The majority of people with MS do not become severely disabled. While it is currently incurable, there are medications that have been shown to “modify” the course of MS by reducing the number of relapses and delaying progression of disability to some degree.
Diagnosing MS can be a challenging process. In early MS, symptoms may be non-specific and suggestive of several disorders of the nervous system. Early symptoms that come and go may be ignored. While no single laboratory test is yet available to prove or rule out MS, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a great help in reaching a definitive diagnosis.
Ok Ladies, we’re up! ! Many of you tuned in/called in to speak with the fellas about their views on the topic of relationships and now WE, get to respond and address how we view Men, on the same topic. HOWEVER, we’re going to go a little deeper and turn it up, JUST a tad.
December 17, 2015 @ 10 PM is Part 2, of this two part series on modern day relationships. Call in and join us as we discuss conversational styles, listening vs solving, gender roles, and so much more! Now there will be plenty of MEN listening (and maybe learning) as well as other women, who may share your experience and can “help a sista out” so be sure to CALL IN!!!!!!!!
Lastly, for the first time ever, we will have an “After Show”. Yup! The after show will be at 11 PM where we will invite the fellas back for a joint discussion on the Men Speak vs Women Speak Series! You don’t want to miss this! The number to call in is, (657) 383-1155.
Good Morning, everyone!! We want to again thank our listeners/callers for supporting us, being patient with our growth and encouraging us with Grown Folk Talk (GFT) Radio. Your feedback has been greatly appreciated and well received. In fact, we’ve decided to make a few changes, going into the new year, which will affect tomorrow’s show.
Beginning Thursday, December 17, 2015, our new show time will be at 10 PM! Also, you wanted more time to speak, YOU GOT IT! We have increased our airtime to, up to 2 hours (you’d be surprised how fast this time goes by). While we are still working out the specifics, we continue to ask for your patience and support as there will be plenty more exciting news to be shared, at a later date. Stay tuned…..
Many arguments between partners/couples stem from simple misunderstandings based on different communication styles. For example, women often want to vent, and a man will often misinterpret this by thinking he’s meant to find a solution. Likewise, women sometimes misinterpret what it means when a man says nothing at all. Often, men need to work through a problem in silence, and women can misread his actions to mean he simply does not want to talk to her.
Join us, December 3, 2015 @ 11 PM in this two-part series on modern day relationships, as we discuss communication, gender roles, co-parenting and much more. During our December 3, 2015 show, (at 11 PM), the men will be giving their views while the women will be responding on our December 17th show (that’s right fellas, you won’t have to complain about not being interrupted or not being heard!) Call in and join us, on the conversation, at (657) 383-1155.