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In this program, Brother Marcus, Sister Cecelia andTheMarriageKeepers confronted the topic, “Why do We Love Playing the Victim in our Marriages and Relationships? What is Our Secret Payoff?” Why are running at top speed from any personal accountability in our marriages? Are you the one who gets blamed for every misfortune, error or mistake in your marriage? If something goes wrong, will your spouse never accept any kind of responsibility? Are they always blaming someone or something else, even when a fault is as a result of their own actions? A 'victim mentality' is a particular thought process wherein an individual is simply expecting to experience the feeling of being wronged, cheated, abused, handed out injustice or any other possible wrongdoing. This show will focus on understanding and effectively dealing with a spouse who has a victim mentality. Maybe your spouse is not a victim but they always act like one. Why do you bring your victim mentality everywhere you go? What is the often “secret payoff” we get for allowing our spouses, friends, family and others to see us as the perpetual, permanent victim in every relationship? Are we simply playing the victim role to gain sympathy and love for ourselves? How can we change our attitudes and realize our own power to take command of our own lives? How can our personal examples be used to inspire our children to be victorious in their lives and not create more victims? Join us for this fascinating program!



In this program, theMarriageKeepers confronted the powerful topic, “Marriage is a Survivor’s Series! How to Examine the Real Undercurrent in Your Marriage so it will Make The Cut!” An undercurrent is defined as an underlying feeling or influence, especially one that is contrary to the prevailing atmosphere and is not expressed openly. It is also described as a current of water below the surface, moving in a different direction from any surface current. In our marriages, it may seem on the surface to everyone looking at it from the outside that everything is just perfect. But they don’t know how strong the undercurrent is in our marriages. Why do we want to leave our marriages even when things are going right? How many forces are at work to against you and your spouse to end your marriage? How do seeds get dropped into our minds against staying with the one we say, “We love”? It is not what we are seeing on the surface that we have to worry about in marriage… it’s the dreaded undercurrent in our marriage that is always in play! It’s not what we are saying to each other… it’s what we are not saying. This show will show you how do we tackle the undercurrent in our marriage that often stems from the enemy within that connects with our external enemies.



In this fantastic program, we welcomed Student Minister Amon Muhammad the Durham, North Carolina Student Representative for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, and his lovely wife, Sister Anita Muhammad. On this show we confronted, "I have No-One to Atone with and Nothing to apologize for! But my spouse definitely does!" How many people feel that they should receive an apology from someone, but they don’t feel they owe anyone any apologies? How come we are plainly able to see everyone else’s wrongs that they have committed against us, but none of what we have done to others? Are we able to give our spouses and / or our children a straight apology with no commentary, explanation or justification? Why must atonement take place between us before we can move on to forgiveness? Atonement means to make amends and reparations for the wrong. Can we recognize the wrongs that we have committed in our marriage if our spouse points it out to us? Why is forgiving each other divinely commanded as we struggle with ourselves and as we struggle to build righteous character as we move toward the liberation or our people? What will happen to us if we can’t forgive each other?



In this program, we were blessed to welcome Student Minister Donald Muhammad the Saint Louis, Missouri Representative for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, and his lovely wife, Sister Helen Muhammad, to the show for the first time! They have been together for 45 years! In this show we confronted, "How God uses our Marriages and our Children to Perfect our concept of Love – The end of Conditional Love!" What does love have to do with marriage? Do you have to be in love with your Courtship partner before you can marry them? How does our concept of love change as we mature in our marriages? Are there stages to love? Is Romantic love the most important or are the long-term aspects of love are of greater importance? What does God have to do with love? Why do we so say God is love? Can we ever be in love if we leave God out of it? Why do our marriages immediately begin to die when we turn away from God? Why do we have so many conditions to loving one another? Why can’t we more like God in our demonstration of love to each other? What can we learn about unconditional love from a man and woman who have been at marriage for 45 years?



In this fantastic program, we welcomed Student Minister Charles Muhammad, the Phoenix, Arizona Representative for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, and his lovely wife, Sister Kathryn Muhammad, to the show for the first time! They have been together for 44 years and they addressed the topic, "Our Great Struggle for Balance in Marriage and, in Life, Itself!" Many couples wait too long to seek help in their marriages so by the time they end up trying to get help one or both of them have already given up on the marriage. This is because we are so imbalanced and we have lost focus of what’s important in our own lives. Many of us are struggling with balance in our marriages. It all boils down to how you view what goes on in marriage – marriage is designed to help us grow up as people. When you have the right view of things it helps a lot. Why is it so difficult to find essential quality time to spend with your spouse? Is your marriage balanced? In what areas of your marriage or in your life do you struggle with the most? Listening to this particular show will increase your awareness of the imbalances in your life and help you transform them into action. You will also learn to spot areas in your day to turn into quality time. Wouldn’t you like more quality time for your marriage and for your life? In this show, we go deep into the answers to these questions and more!



In this program, we welcomed Brother Gregory Muhammad, the N.O.I. Student Regional Prison Reform Minister for the Delaware Valley Sister and his lovely wife, Sister Catherine Muhammad and Brother Kevin 5X. and his lovely wife, Sister Tanesha 3X. from Detroit, Michigan! Together we confronted the powerful topic, “The Prison Industrial Complex and its Devastating Effects on the Black Family”. Almost two million people are currently locked up in the immense network of U.S. prisons and jails. More than 70 percent of the imprisoned population are people of color. It is rarely acknowledged that the fastest growing group of prisoners are black women and that Native American prisoners are the largest group per capita. Approximately five million people -- including those on probation and parole -- are directly under the surveillance of the criminal justice system. Do we know enough about the Prison Industrial Complex?? Does prison actually rehabilitate anyone and why does it seem that prisons seem determined to keep people locked up? What kind of money is being made off of prisoners? What are the profits that are made through cheap prison labor and what is a for-profit prisons? What kind of excessive charges do inmates and families pay for everything from tube socks to phone calls, and lucrative cross country shipping of inmates? What effect does prison have on a husband or a wife? What are devastating effects on the black family? We answered all of these questions and more in this program!



This Package includes these exciting 5 programs and Singles topics!

("Why Hasn’t Anyone Asked Me to Go Into Courtship? What Are We Missing About Attracting A Man / Woman To Us?"
(2) "Courtship Message - What should you ask your courtship partner before you say, 'I Do'"
(3) "Thirsty Men and Women Rushing Through Courtship!"
(4) "I really would like to court you… but I am not feeling your children!"
(5) “I fell from heaven and I’m Perfect Already… So Why Can’t I Find the Perfect Mate?”





In this program, we confronted the powerful topic, “Starting with Sympathy and then growing into Balanced Empathy in our Marriages and other Relationships”. What comes first in a marriage or relationship, Sympathy or Empathy? Which do we need to possess to further our marriages? Should we use one, the other or both, in relating to our partners? The scholars say that empathy is a building block of morality—for people to follow the Golden Rule, it helps if they can put themselves in someone else’s shoes. It is also a key ingredient of successful relationships because it helps us understand the perspectives, needs, and intentions of others. Here are some of the ways that research has testified to the far-reaching importance of empathy. Empathy is also good for our marriages. Research suggests being able to understand our partner’s emotions deepens intimacy and boosts relationship satisfaction; it’s also fundamental to resolving conflicts in marriages and relationships. But can we be too empathetic? Can we go too far in being sympathetic or empathetic in our marriages and relationships? Consider the dark sides to empathy: Some argue that sociopaths can use empathy to help them exploit or even torture people, and caregivers risk feeling emotionally overwhelmed if they can’t regulate their empathy. How do we balance empathy once we have cultivated it? How do we grow this profound ability in our children? Do we feel anything towards our spouses anymore? Do you have any more humanity left to deny in yourself with respect to own spouse? This program will help us to deal with all of these issues.

 
 
 
 




 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 


 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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