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Preparing for the Storm — The Holidays 11/23 by The Next Chapter [Video]

Facebook.com/TheNextChapter or Email: TNCwidows@gmail.com The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows’ Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband. Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, ?Honor widows that are widows indeed.? A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.

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Saving for College

STUDENTS TIE THE KNOT TO PAY FOR THE COST OF COLLEGE… love wasn’t a part of the equation [Video]

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Preparing for the Storm — The Holidays 11/16 by The Next Chapter [Video]

Facebook.com/TheNextChapter or Email: TNCwidows@gmail.com The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows’ Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband. Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, ?Honor widows that are widows indeed.? A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.

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Saving for College

Bonnie Kaye’s Straight Talk with guest Dr. Ira! 11/14 by STRAIGHT WIVES [Video]

Dr. Ira Gelman joins Bonnie tonight to talk about the issues of sexuality. Dr. Gelman has been teaching psychology and AP psychology for the past 30 years. He has Ph.D. in ?Human Sexuality Studies? from Widener University which he finished in 2014. Dr. Gelman specializes in family and marital relationships, gender identity, and sexual orientation. In addition, he has been an instructor at a local college in Montgomery County, PA,

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College Sports

College volleyball rankings: Purdue rises after impressive weekend [Video]

NCAA.com’s Michella Chester breaks down her new women’s college volleyball Power 10 rankings for Nov. 15. Louisville survives a tough test, and Purdue has several huge ranked wins.Subscribe to the NCAA Championship YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/NCAAChampionships?sub_confirmation=1

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Saving for College

Jim Anderson, Owner of Making College Worth It – How to Plan and Pay for College – Ep 40 [Video]

In this episode of Women’s Retirement Radio, I’m joined by Jim Anderson.Jim is the founder and owner of Making College Worth It. He’s an expert in all things college planning, and can help your student select the best college for their situation and improve their odds of not only graduating, but getting a job after college.Beyond the college selection process, Jim also works with clients to figure out the best way to cover college costs which continue to rise at a healthy clip.Get in touch and let me know what you think or if you have any questions.And thank you for listening.Visit my website to learn more:https://wealthcareforwomen.com/And listen to additional episodes and subscribe here: https://wealthcareforwomen.com/podcast/Disclosures: https://wealthcareforwomen.com/legal-disclosures/

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Best Colleges on the East Coast

How the Pandemic Could Erase Decades of Progress for Women in the Workforce [Video]

About two million women in the U.S. are no longer part of the workforce. Since February 2020, they’ve either lost their jobs due to the pandemic, or found it made more sense for them to continue staying at home. Janet Currie is the Henry Putnam Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and co-directs the Program on Families and Children at the National Academy of Medicine. Soledad talks to her about what this mass exodus could mean for the future of the U.S. economy.

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Saving for College

Reconciliation or Divorce? How To Decide What Is Best 11/10 by Host Naimah Latif [Video]

Today we take a look at two couples who are at a cross roads: Jim and Barbara raised three children , the last child has left the house and is a freshman in college. The zest is gone from their marriage, they argue a lot, they realize they both have been restless and unhappy for a long and were staying together for the sake of the last child, and also because it would be a hassle to try to sell the house they live in and decide who should move out. Should they take steps to rekindle their marriage? Or call it quits? Paul and Dana, on the other hand, have a new marriage and one small child, Paul Jr., who at 4 years old is very attached to his father. Paul married Dana when his son was two years old, but is now believing the marriage was a mistake – it was easier to get along with Dana when she was just a girlfriend living with her parents. Now that they have an apartment together, they argue all the time. Paul wants to leave but can’t bear the thought of not being around to raise his son or having another man enter Dana’s life and raise his son. Should they get counseling and try to save the marriage? Or end it and agree to co-parent their son?

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Family Lifestyle

Encouraging Widows with Mary Hollis 10/19 by The Next Chapter [Video]

Facebook.com/TheNextChapter or Email: TNCwidows@gmail.com The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows’ Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband. Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, ?Honor widows that are widows indeed.? A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.

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Family Lifestyle

Bonnie Kaye’s Straight Talk with Guest Alexa Servodidio 10/17 by STRAIGHT WIVES [Video]

Tonight Bonnie welcomes back therapist Alexa Servodidio. Tonight they will discuss the pain subject of children who are alienated from their mothers after the separation and the reasons why. Servodidio is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist who has her own private practice. She works with individuals, couples, and families. Alexa holds an undergraduate degree from Pace University and she did a Master of Social Work from Fordham University. Alexa’s therapy practice in the shadow of New York City sees the new normal. People with hurdles and struggles to overcome. They are battling life; a life that can include ups and downs of all kinds: divorce, addictions, compulsions, destructive behaviors, and negative patterns. Imperfectly perfect people, like most of us. People that need someone to talk to, someone to trust. Alexa is that person. Not because she’s trained to be, because she simply is. It’s her calling and she answered. She is the best-selling author of the must-read book Finding Your Peace Within The Chaos which has quickly become a companion guide for surviving and thriving during the COVID pandemic. These are chaotic times. Alexa is known online as ‘Ask Alexa Therapy’ across all social media platforms. Followers flock to her Facebook LIVE each Sunday to ‘Ask Alexa’ everything. She seems to be tuned in to all of us as we navigate the chaos.

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College Sports

Hartnell College 2021 Cross Country Mount SAC Invitational Pre Race, Race Highlights & Post Race [Video]

The Hartnell Men remain undefeated & move up to 6-0. The women came up a bit short, losing to Mt. SAC by 9 points. The women are now 5-1. But a great race, but the toughest. Complete coverage.WARNING: There was a scary moment during pre-race, in the hurdles part, a runner slips & falls from the big white hurdle & was slow to get up. The good news is that it was only a bruise but he was able to compete. The scary moment maybe a bit sensitive to some viewers but good the rest of the way.Hurdles part only: Viewer Discrection is AdvisedGo Panthers!

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Best Colleges for STEM

NABWIC TALKS with Luis Casado, Senior VP, Water Business Dir. Gannett Fleming 10/13 by NABWIC [Video]

About our Special Guest: Luis serves as Gannett Fleming’s Water Business Line director, with more than 25 years of experience on some of the most complex infrastructure projects in the southern U.S. and Central and South America. He is responsible for overseeing the operations and strategic expansion of Gannett Fleming’s growing water sector and is a recognized thought leader on the topic of smart infrastructure. Luis Casado serves as Gannett Fleming’s Water Business Line director, with more than 25 years of experience on some of the most complex infrastructure projects in the southern U.S. and Central and South America. He is responsible for overseeing the operations and strategic expansion of Gannett Fleming’s growing water sector and is a recognized thought leader on the topic of smart infrastructure. Luis’ dynamic career ranges from community programs to large international infrastructure projects, but his passion is in providing community improvements that ensure quality of life and environmental stewardship.Luis earned a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. A dedicated member of the community,he partners with several student chapters of Engineers Without Borders and is past president of the Miami-Dade Architects and Engineers Society. He also served on the advisory board of the U.S. Conference of Mayors and as chair of the Environmental Advisory Committee for the City of Doral, FL. ________ NABWIC’s Vision: The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.| NABWIC.ORG