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What is your scariest memory with a date from Hell!?

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What is your scariest memory with a date from Hell!?

    Impulse: Why We Do What We Do, Without Knowing Why We Do It

    Impulse: Why We Do What We Do, Without Knowing Why We Do It

    Can you resist it? That natural impulse that takes your time, money or energy? Checking social media when you wake up, that candy at the checkout line, or that person who always seems to change your mood or focus, all of these are examples of decisions made with impulse. How do we get to that point? Is it nature or learned behavior? More than likely, it will be a bit of both. Not all impulses are negative. Because of what you learned over time you may develop impulses that protect you and your loved ones from harm. You may make impulsive decisions because you love someone and want their affection. Getting them flowers or their favorite snack goes a long way with someone when it shows you care. Is in your nature to treat a person like that or does that person create an impulse to enact the behavior? We discuss this and more this week on Bar Talk With Jay. Thanks for listening!

    • 2 hrs 9 min
    Who’s Pimping Who? How to Play The Game With Unfair Players. (Bar Talk With Jay 01-09-20)

    Who’s Pimping Who? How to Play The Game With Unfair Players. (Bar Talk With Jay 01-09-20)

    Have you been played by an underhanded person? Have you dealt with people whose life mission is to get over? We all have and this week we discuss how to deal with these types and keep playing the game the right way. You may feel like playing the game their way is the way to go but in reality this is only bringing you down in a whole. Working around them tactfully will protect your best interests and keep their influence far away from you. Thanks for Listening !

    • 2 hrs 6 min
    Opening Up For Love After Heartbreak (Bar Talk With Jay 1-2-20)

    Opening Up For Love After Heartbreak (Bar Talk With Jay 1-2-20)

    This week in our first show of the new year, Jay and Craft will be discussing how do you open your heart for love again. We have all experienced heartbreak in some way or form. Whether it be in a relationship, a loss of a loved one or even a sports team that lets you down when they are winning 28-3 the championship game. Heartbreak is real and it can keep you from carrying on and being able to show the love you are capable of showing. It is a must for true happiness to find healing in the heart. Do not let fear you hold back in love or life. You can move safely but not fearful. Think about how you overcame a heartbreak. Did you learn a lesson or have some PTSD that needed some support? It is possible for everyone to love again. Thanks for listening!

    • 3 hrs
    How Can You Find an Ideal Mate? (Bar Talk With Jay 12-26-19)

    How Can You Find an Ideal Mate? (Bar Talk With Jay 12-26-19)

    This week on the podcast we discuss the ideal way of finding a mate. There are proven methods that are done using science but that path is a choice and finding an ideal mate is probably more about philosophy. Some rely simply on fate or chance while others say being methodical and defining the perfect mate and looking for someone to fit that profile. The answer probably lies in between. Of course, there is the philosophy of the soulmate and believing that there is one special person just for them. Going into 2020, the methods of finding a mate are endless. From general dating apps to ones that centered around certain interests, and now even Facebook has stepped into dating. Mingling isn’t going anywhere and neither are the matchmaking friends. However you choose your path, there will be some bumps in the road and you may find out perfect isn’t actually perfect. Thanks for listening!

    • 2 hrs 39 min
    2019 vs 2020: Making It Our Best Year Ever! (Bar Talk WIth 12-19-19)

    2019 vs 2020: Making It Our Best Year Ever! (Bar Talk WIth 12-19-19)

    We are at the end of the year and 2019 has been an interesting year for some and just another one for others. What can we take into 2020 in order to make it the “The Best Year Ever”? Do we need to shed a few things before we start or are there are few more things that need to be gathered before we begin the new year? What lessons are key for what the building blocks for a great 2020? We look into many of these questions and more this week on Bar Talk With Jay.

    • 2 hrs 11 min
    Break-Up Recipe: Has The Reason for Break-Ups Changed Over Time?

    Break-Up Recipe: Has The Reason for Break-Ups Changed Over Time?

    Depends on who you ask but that’s more than obvious. Has the reason for break ups differ amongst generations? If you go by decades, the surface reasons have changed but the core reasons are the same. On the surface, may lye on what decade you pop up in. Going back 100 years or so, everything was a bit more family centered and marriage was more of a business tool than a love laten relationship. Break-ups were much rarer and divorce in a religiously homogeneous society was frowned upon. Dating was much of dream during those time. As you move on throughout time love had been at the center of relationships and marriage. Things like compatibility,, family history, bad habits, status, appearance, money and more come into play when relationships are pursued and can also cause a demise.

    • 1 hr 58 min

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