02/09/16 RTIR E-zine: Cam Newton, Romance and Valentine, Positive Negativity

February 9, 2016

01. Cam Newton – The Sorest Loser
02. Want Steven Tyler’s Skittle Portrait?
03. Fun Valentine’s Day Show: Relationship Deal Breakers
04. What She Really Wants: Intimacy
05. Valentine’s Day Dos and Don’ts
06. Sexologist: Be Her Hero this Valentine’s Day
07. Big Love on a Tiny Budget
08. No Judging this Valentine’s Day
09. Make it a Juicy Valentine’s Day
10. Could You Pass a Black History Quiz?
11. Oscar-Prep: Red Carpet Beauty Secrets
12. Hate Your Daughter’s Boyfriend?
13. Mom’s Got Dementia and You’re Losing Your Mind
14. Stay Positive in a Negative World
15. Rescue Your Resolution
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1. ==> Cam Newton – The Sorest Loser

The Broncos’ tedious, mistake-filled 24-10 win over the
Panthers in Super Bowl 50 was not a game to remember.
Unfortunately, what many fans will remember most is how
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton embarrassed himself in
the postgame press conference. With a hoodie pulled
over his head, Newton sulked in his chair and managed a
couple of brief answers before walking away from the
podium in less than three minutes. Dr Frieda Birnbaum
says, “There’s nothing wrong with hating to lose
however, one’s maturity can be measured on how they
externally express their disdain for losing. Body
language signs alone during the game showed that
Panther’s quarterback Cam Newton wasn’t handling this
well.” NY Metropolitan Based – Dr Frieda Birnbaum is a
research psychologist, Psychoanalyst and the author of
“What Price Power: An In-Depth Study of the
Professional Woman in a Relationship.” Contact Mark
Goldman at (516) 639-0988; markgoldman73@gmail.com

2. ==> Want Steven Tyler’s Skittle Portrait?

You probably saw Steven Tyler’s Skittles portrait
featured in Sunday’s Super Bowl commercial. In it,
Tyler comes face-to-face with a portrait of himself
made entirely of candy. Well, you can now bid on the
replica Skittles portrait on eBay, with proceeds going
to support Janie’s Fund, Tyler’s partnership with
private nonprofit Youth Villages that raises money and
awareness to help Youth Villages provide trauma-
informed care to girls who have histories of being
abused and/or neglected. For details of the auction and
interviews contact Connie Mills, public relations
manager (901) 251-4871; (901) 233-1254 (cell) or
Connie.Mills@youthvillages.org

3. ==> Fun Valentine’s Day Show: Relationship Deal
Breakers

You have a friend who won’t date a guy who shushes her.
Your brother broke up with a woman who used his
toothbrush. Invite relationship expert Dr. LeslieBeth
Wish on your show and watch the phones light up when
you start a discussion about relationship deal
breakers. Dr. Wish will discuss several recent studies
on what men and women really want–and not want –in a
relationship, and the findings may surprise you. She
says, “The top 3 issues of both men and women were a
disheveled appearance, laziness and being too needy.
Women also found that lacking a sense of humor and bad
sex are more of a deal-breaker than men. Men say low
sex drive and a woman who talks too much bothers them.”
Dr. Wish will also discuss two recent studies that
found men don’t like to date a woman who’s smarter than
they are! A licensed clinical psychotherapist, Dr.
LeslieBeth Wish is a frequent repeat guest on radio
shows and an expert on relationship and family issues.
Contact her at (941) 363-0505 (FL); (941) 928-1547
(cell) or drlesliebethwish48@gmail.com

4. ==> What She Really Wants: Intimacy

Yes, chocolates are great, and so is jewelry, but the
real thing women crave is intimacy. Unfortunately, many
men are so afraid of intimacy they sabotage their own
happiness by subconsciously pushing their partner away.
Invite Tom Gagliano to share ways to enhance intimacy
and enjoy the closeness it creates in a relationship.
He suggests, “Help your partner in those areas in their
life where they don’t expect help. The key is to do it
without expecting anything in return. Although, it will
very likely help you get lucky in the bedroom.” Tom
Gagliano returned to school to receive an MSW at age
51. He’s a life coach and the author of several books
including his latest, “Don’t Put Your Crap in Your
Kid’s Diaper.” Contact him at (732) 266-4952 (NJ);
tom@thomasgagliano.com

5. ==> Valentine’s Day Dos and Don’ts

The day of the heart is upon us. Our finest emotion
gets its national celebration. Invite Dr. Frank Farley
to discuss the dos and don’ts of observing the holiday.
“First of all, realize there is no all-purpose formula
for love, no matter what the day. We’re all different,
so go with what works for you and your partner. If
you’re extroverts, it’s party time; if you’re
introverts, a quiet, private dinner might be more
appropriate.” Farley says no matter what, put the cell
phone away and pay attention to your partner. He adds,
“And keep the criticism at bay and bite your tongue. As
the saying goes, if you can’t say anything nice….”
Frank Farley, Ph.D., is a former president of the
American Psychological Association. He is a professor
at Temple University. Contact him at (215) 668-7581
(cell); Frank.farley@comcast.net

6. ==> Sexologist: Be Her Hero this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a minefield of possible relationship
blunders. Give the guys in your audience a hand and
invite clinical sexologist and relationship coach Dr.,
Claudia Six on your show. She’ll help your male
listeners not only navigate this tricky holiday, but
come out as a hero as she explains what to do if you
can’t read your partner’s mind and how to guarantee
you’ll make her happy. Listeners can also call in with
questions and share stories. Dr. Claudia Six has an
M.A. in counseling psychology and a PhD in clinical
sexology.  Her upcoming book is “Erotic Integrity: How
to be True to Yourself Sexually.” Contact her at (415)
453-6218; claudia@drsix.net

7. ==> Big Love on a Tiny Budget

It’s tough to approach Valentine’s Day with a full
heart when you have an empty bank account. How do you
show the one you love they mean everything when you
have nothing to spend? Lorie Nicholas says a nice gift
doesn’t have to break the bank. She’s got an
interesting perspective on the subject as a clinical
psychologist AND certified financial education
instructor. Invite her on your show for some great,
low-cost high-value ways to show your love and make the
holiday fun and memorable. Lorie Nicholas, Ph.D.,
provides financial education and coaching to help
families reduce their financial stress, get out of
debt, increase savings and rebuild their dreams.
Contact her at (877) 494-477;
info@dreambuilders.com

8. ==> No Judging this Valentine’s Day

Everyone wants to be loved for who they are but most of
us need help when it comes to loving and being loved
unconditionally. Relationship expert Kindi Gill
explains how the judgments we make (my wife spends too
much money, my husband never helps with the chores),
even those we don’t express out loud, hurt our ability
to love unconditionally, and what we can do to silence
our inner critics. She’ll share a quick No-Yes
technique to transform the harmful judgments we make,
and reinforce the one’s that serve our relationships,
take the pressure off the desire to experience a
perfect Valentine’s Day, outline the silver lining in
relationship struggles and offer tips for making every
day feel like Valentine’s Day. Gill is a family
transformation coach, professional speaker and author
of the upcoming book “How to Have a Loving, Peaceful
and Happy Family Life: The Five Secrets to Feeling
Whole.” Reach her at (778) 558-5110;
kindi@kindigill.com

9. ==> Make it a Juicy Valentine’s Day

Most couples want to argue less and love more. Yet most
people don’t know how to transform the common
challenges to keep their relationship fresh and the
romance warm to last a lifetime. Experience an
entertaining, inspiring conversation about love with
certified relationship coach Cary Valentine (yes,
that’s his real name). He’ll share the three essential
keys to living the relationship of your dreams, the
most important thing you must know to have a passionate
long term relationship and the secret to not wasting
precious time dating the wrong person. Valentine is the
co-author with his late wife Wendy, of “In Love
Forever: 7 Secrets to a Joyous, Juicy Relationship.”
Contact him at (808) 346-6652; Cary@InLoveForever.tv

10. ==> Could You Pass a Black History Quiz?

How much do your listeners know about the
accomplishments of African Americans? Put them to the
test for Black History Month with the help of author
Tami Gilbert. Everyone is sure to learn something in
this inspiring show. For example, can you name
America’s first black billionaire (hint he was the
first black man to head an NYSE-listed company)? Who
was the first black playwright with a play on Broadway?
What was the name of America’s first black secretary of
state? What was Malcolm X’s real name? How old was
Martin Luther King Jr. when he entered college? Gilbert
is drawn to people who have persevered to achieve great
things as she has done. She was abandoned by her father
at age eight and lived for a time in a relative’s dank
basement. Despite her disadvantages, Gilbert worked
three jobs at the same time to put herself through
college, earning a master’s degree in nursing and an
MBA. Her book is “Courage to Persevere: A Compelling
Story of Struggle, Survival and Triumph.”  Contact her
at (312) 218-1744; info@tamigilbert.com

11. ==> Oscar-Prep: Red Carpet Beauty Secrets

When stars walk the red carpet at the Oscars, they’ll
be talking about who designed their gorgeous gowns,
killer shoes and fabulous jewelry. But you won’t hear
them talking about what they’ve been doing to get their
faces ready for the big show. Dr. Susan O’Malley says,
“They would have you believe they were born that way,
but the truth is they have all been in and out of the
cosmetic doctor’s office preparing for months for this
one day!” Dr. O’Malley is medical director and owner of
Sonas Med Spa in Madison, CT. which specializes in non-
surgical anti-aging treatments. Dr. O’Malley will share
the secrets to the stars’ gorgeous complexions as well
as the tips and tricks they use to get their ‘movie
star’ looks. Even better, she says anyone can look just
as flawless, without surgery. Contact her at (203)
520-3227;
drsusan@susanomalleymd.com

12. ==> Hate Your Daughter’s Boyfriend?

Just because she’s a teen doesn’t mean she still isn’t
your little girl. And now she’s dating a kid you find
annoying. Maybe it’s because he’s over all the time
emptying your refrigerator as fast as you fill it. Or
maybe she fights with him constantly then takes it out
on you, stays up late talking to him and can’t study,
or you’re convinced he isn’t treating her right.
Marriage and family therapist Colleen O’Grady, an
expert on neuroscience, explains how to tell if your
daughter’s boyfriend is merely annoying or dangerous
and what to do about it to preserve her safety and your
relationship. She’s the author of “Dial Down the Drama:
Reducing Conflict and Reconnecting with Your Teenage
Daughter—A Guide for Mothers Everywhere.” Reach her at
(713) 408-6112; colleen@dialdownthedrama.com.

13. ==> Mom’s Got Dementia and You’re Losing Your Mind

65 million people currently find themselves in the role
of non-paid family caregiver of their elderly loved
ones. Many in your audience can relate and so can Carol
Core! For 12 years she was the non-paid family
caregiver for elderly Mom, Dad and dear Uncle Earl. She
worked fulltime and fulfilled her roles as a wife,
mother and grandmother, all while managing the care,
health, finances and safety of three elderly people.
Over the years, Carol was forced to learn every aspect
of caring for our elders. Invite her to share
information, time-saving tips and personal stories that
will help listeners survive the perils of eldercare—and
have a life after caregiving. Carol Core is an
eldercare expert, speaker, humorist and the author of
“50 Sanity Saving Tips for Caregivers.” Contact her at
(303) 902-4378; cacore@msn.com

14. ==> Stay Positive in a Negative World

Grumbling coworkers, negative family members,
mudslinging presidential candidates. The world can be
one big fat downer. How can you keep other people’s bad
attitude from wrecking yours? Especially when you add
in your own inner critic’s snarky comments on your
competency and attractiveness. Hannah Lilly knows. She
is an expert on turning negatives into positives,
finding gratitude in the everyday and exercising your
happiness muscle. Lilly can talk about her six-month
experiment that led her to truly love the person she
is, for the first time. She is coauthor of “20
Beautiful Women: 20 More Stories That Will Heal Your
Soul, Ignite Your Passion and Inspire Your Divine
Purpose.” Lilly is a life coach, running coach, speaker
and Huffington Post contributor. Based in Ireland, she
will be in the U.S. from Feb. 25th to March 3rd.
Contact her at hannahlillyfitness@hotmail.com or
Hannahlilly79.

15. ==> Rescue Your Resolution

You vowed that 2016 was going to be different. The New
Year held such promise! You’d tweak your diet, hit the
gym, and finally make time for yourself, family and
friends. But then you realize it’s already February and
nothing has changed. Do you give up or tell yourself
you’ve just been too busy and you’ll get to it later?
“Neither is a helpful choice if you are serious about
wanting those new results,” says Joan Posivy, Instead,
Joan will inspire your listeners to recharge, refocus
and be excited about their goal achievement in 2016.
She’ll share 3 simple but powerful tips on how to go
from just dreaming to really doing. “Anyone can live
the life of their dreams,” says Joan “they just need to
be shown how.” Joan Posivy is a speaker and the author
of “The Way Success Works: How to Decide, Believe, and
Begin to Live Your Best Life.” She owned her first
house at the age of 19 and became a bank manager by 22.
Today she shares her secrets of success others. Contact
Joan at (250)551-5626; joan@globalyouthproject.org

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