Life Without Limits

Life Without Limits

Living a life of oppression from those who choose to harm you either physically or emotionally is demoralizing. I will address those issues by talking with those who have been oppressed with empathy, but at the same time offering solutions. In addition, I will be connecting with experts on the issue of bullying to get their insights. My goal is to provide a safe haven for those who have lost hope and to tell you that your self-worth is only limited by the boundaries you set upon yourself. This show is broadcast live on Monday's at 7PM ET on W4WN Radio – The Women 4 Women Network (www.w4wn.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).... Show More

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December 5, 2019 50 min

The main thing about dealing with the past is once they happen, you can never change the outcome. Some obsess over it, trying to replay the events and wishing things were different. Others, like Rita Harrison, explain how she experienced some troubling events in her life, but she used that pain to channel it into a life-affirming career in helping people overcome their own personal struggles in life. #selfworth #anxiety #mentalheal... Read more

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November 26, 2019 51 min

What do you after you’ve long since retired and wonder what to do next with your life? Bruce Brummond, who implemented his famous anti-bullying program several years ago, has now added another important cause to his resume: addiction. Bruce discusses why he decided to pursue such a daunting subject matter by developing a unique addiction program called HOOKED on Addiction. #mentalhealth #program #wellness #W4WN #anxiety #addiction ... Read more

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November 21, 2019 51 min

Kimberly Dowell started her teaching career at 17. Over the years, she has witnessed aggressive behavior. When she became a principal, however, the impetus was put upon her to address that behavior. That’s when she became involved with the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. This decades-established organization has changed the culture of schools to teach empathy and peaceful behavior. #Olweus #trainer #empathy #aggressivebehavior ... Read more

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November 13, 2019 52 min

Sometimes the best laid plans go awry. Had a scheduling conflict with my guest, but I took the reigns and decided to talk about the power of forgiveness and what you should do when someone tries to make you feel less than you are worth.
#powerofforgiveness #self-worth #demean #conflict #empower


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November 6, 2019 50 min

Losing someone in a tragic accident after several years of marriage is extremely traumatic. How do you make the decision to step out on faith to give your heart to another person? Terri will share her story of how she explored the dating scene after a few years of her husband’s passing until she finally found someone she felt comfortable marrying. But what if the person she married turned out not to be the person she dated? #narcis... Read more

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October 30, 2019 51 min

You would think by traveling the world experiencing some of the most amazing adventures would give one a sense of great accomplishment. Alexis Dean felt that was her life’s passion, but a life changing experience happened to her that forever altered the course of her life. #changealife #dovetail #revelation #W4WN #LifeWithoutLimits #journey #adventures

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October 23, 2019 51 min

For 21 years, Jennifer Foxworthy proudly served in the military. Admittedly, she achieved great successes during that span, but she also experienced racism and domestic abuse that forever changed her life’s trajectory. After leaving the military, she thrived magnificently when she embarked on a second career as an international motivational speaker. #w4wn #beapartofthesolution #successandfailure #changealife #racism #overcomer #mot... Read more

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October 15, 2019 50 min

One of the hardest things to admit to yourself is to admit while you are climbing the success ladder is to realize you can learn more from your failures. Roger Laidig, author of “Finding Purpose and Joy,” explained how he had to do a lot of soul searching to discover it was him who had to make changes in his life rather than others to appreciate the journey. #lifewithoutlimits #successandfailure #journey #destination #prideful #cha... Read more

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October 9, 2019 49 min

Trying to teach compassion to young kids is a daunting task, but it is Eleni Theodorou’s lifelong passion to help develop empathy in young kids. With her revolutionary program, she teaches how bullying affects both parties in a way they can understand with visual queues. #compassion #empathy #bullying #harassment #intimidation #Mallory’sLaw

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Many of us travel through life not knowing what we want, and if we do, we don’t know how to get what we want. Jennifer Blanchard, a nationally recognized best-selling author on Amazon, talks about living with a purpose. She offers solutions, rather than problems. She offers insights on how to create habits. More importantly, she explains very firmly that sometimes we just have to get out of our way and just do it. #creatinghabits #... Read more

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September 25, 2019 49 min

The landscape of teaching has changed dramatically in recent years. What used to be teachers talking directly to students has now been relegated to giving them IPads or Chromebooks to learn on their own. Ronna Glickman, a safety expert for schools, discusses the inherent problem administrators are up against. In addition, Ronna discusses at great length parents’ roles in allowing their children to use their devices. #technology #Ip... Read more

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September 17, 2019 52 min

How does one deal with a narcissistic parent who tries to control everything? Jen Layne explains how she managed to come out of that toxic relationship to become the kind of person who is forgiving and understanding. A true testament of courage. #narcissism #overbearing #forgiveness #divorce #acceptance

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September 11, 2019 51 min

Sometimes when we think we are just teasing someone, it has a lasting effect on people. Stacy Suski, who is considered to be a gentle, empathetic soul, found himself on the other end of the bully spectrum by bullying someone else in school. What he felt was harmless banter turned out to be devastating for the girl he bullied. He shares that story and more, and how that changed him. #beingthebully #empathy #bully #banter #schoolbull... Read more

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September 4, 2019 51 min

It’s impossible to explain courage from someone who feels she did nothing courageous, but Renee talks about what transpired in her marriage to a narcissist that will make you cry and make you angry at the same time. #narcissism #spousal abuse #violence #courage #enabler #freedom

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August 27, 2019 51 min

Imagine you are seven years old witnessing your mother being murdered by your father right in front of you. Then imagine being put in 13 foster homes to experience even more abuse. Donna-Leigh Perfect talks about that experience, but what is most profound about her is how she has managed to not suffer from victim mentality and has become an internationally recognized motivational speaker #keynote speaker #inspired #fostercare #chil... Read more

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August 20, 2019 51 min

Job burnout is so prevalent in today’s society. We stress on things we have no control over and affects every aspect of our lives. Patrice Palmer explains signs for burnout and offers some solutions to make your life less stressful #job burnout #stress #pressure #warning signs #exhaustion

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August 13, 2019 51 min

TeriAnn from Cyber Parental Guardians, discusses how cyber bullying relates to suicide. #cyberbullying #suicide #miss daisy project

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August 7, 2019 50 min

Shana Dines recounts her years of sexual and verbal abuse as a child. The disdain from her mother created years of self loathing that affected her immensely. Though she continued the cycle as a young adult, Shana came out on the other end being an advocate of child sexual abuse, even writing her revealing, cathartic novel, “Sins Of Our Mothers.” A true testament of courage. #child sexual abuse, #alcoholism, #recovery #dysfunctional... Read more

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July 30, 2019 51 min

John Vincent, a talented singer from Chicago who regularly sings the National Anthem at Chicago Cubs games, talks about his struggles with depression, OCD and anxiety and how he suffered bullying in his childhood. What is so inspirational about his life is how he conveys his flaws and vulnerabilities towards others, particularly children, and teaches them a valuable lesson in kindness and love. Simply amazing conversation. #bekindo... Read more

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July 23, 2019 51 min

Gabriella van Rij was born in Pakistan and was adopted by a Dutch family. With a new culture, she had to endure challenges of racism, conformity and adversity. But she embraced her uniqueness by making a conscious decision she was good enough. She now spreads her message of kindness worldwide. #daretobekind #racism #diversity #conformity #acceptance

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