Ask Beatty – 08.28.17


Beatty talked about the shocking divorce statistics in the United States and discussed 7 ways that we can try and divorce proof our marriages.  Are you stuck in a toxic marriage?  Hear the 9 reasons why women stay in bad marriages and learn when is it time to seriously end a relationship. 
Remember that in order to improve a relationship of any kind, 2 people have to be willing to commit to acknowledging, addressing and resolving the problems.  We can't do it in our own!
To Life and Love, 

Ask Beatty – 08.21.17


Are you wondering why your unresolved depression, anxiety or substance abuse or sexual problems continue to get in the way ofl your life and relationships or why you continue to engage in destructive or self destructive behaviors but don't know why?  BEATTY tells you exactly what you need to do to to finally put these issues to rest. She also stresses the importance of putting aside your fears for asking for what you want and not make assumptions about anything without checking things out first.  Our own false and irrational  'stories' can do us in!

Ask Beatty – 08.14.17


Could we have prevented James Alex Field's acts of terrorism  in Charlottesville?  
Are you aware of the shocking divorce and statistics in this country?
And if you and your partner are contemplating divorce, DO not contact a lawyer until you ask yourself these 11 questions.   
To Life and Love, 

Ask Beatty – 08.07.17


Beatty talked about the 7 skills that we all need to LEARN (yes, resilience is a learned skill like tennis or cooking) to build resilience in our lives.

 Her guest today was Anthony (Tony) Papa, an artist, author, advocate against the war on drugs, co-founder of the Mothers of the New York Disappeared, Manager of Media and Artist Relations at the Drug Policy Alliance who is also a GREAT example of resilience.
Tony served 12 years in prison when one of his bowling buddies set him up when he delivered an envelope of cocaine to the town of Mount Vernon.  As it happened, the courier who gave him the envelope was an undercover police informant.  When Papa delivered the 4.8 ounces of cocaine, he was promptly arrested and sentenced to serve 15 years in prison. During that time he become a renowned artist, (he had never painted in his life) writer and activist.  In fact in December 2016 Tony was granted a pardon from Governor Andrew Cuomo, becoming the first individual in New York State to receive both a a clemency (Governor Pataki 1996) and a pardon.
Tony and his story is motivational and an inspiration for all of us!
To Life and Love and Resilience,


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