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How to have "The Talk" with your kids

By: Blanca
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Ready or not, kids are talking about “it” with their friends and they need to hear the truth from you!

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Snow on the way: Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill talks about what to expect

By: Tom
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A spring time snowstorm is brewing! Our Chief Meteorologist, Doug Hill, talks about how much snow the D.C.-area will see by Wednesday night.

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Fighting fear, wrestling worry, and overcoming anxiety

By: Tom
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Alli Worthington is the author of the new book Fierce Faith: A Woman's Guide to Fighting Fear, Wrestling Worry, and Overcoming Anxiety.

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Emmaculate Asige - Wilson Center

By: Claude

Joining Kevin Krueger for this episode is Emmaculate Asige from the Wilson Center. She shared the the latest on their peace building efforts in African countries.

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Daniel Morgan Faith & Finances

By: Claude

One of our promises to you here are WGTS is to be always encouraging, to bring the hope of Jesus to the various aspects of your life. Did you know the Gospel means hope for your finances too? On this episode of Breakaway Kevin Krueger speaks with Daniel Morgan, founder of Independent Financial Planning, LLC. They draw the connection between faith and finances.

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Steph Fink "The Blessed Juggle: From Cray to Okay in 30 Days"

By: Claude

Sometimes life can be a juggling act with all the things responsibilities, obligations and activities. Steph Fink, military veteran, speaker and author of “The Blessed Juggle: From Cray to Okay in 30 Days”, joined Kevin to discuss the the need to slow down, pause and breathe.

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Christie Bettway - Rock Recovery

By: Claude

National Eating Disorder week is coming up at the end of February. Christie Bettwy from Rock Recovery joined Kevin to talk about the important issue of eating disorders and share the work that Rock Recovery is doing to give hope.

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We won't be winning any medals in this Olympic sport

By: Jerry
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For some reason, the WGTS 91.9 team wasn’t invited to Pyeongchang for the Winter Olympics. In the search for an Olympic sport that they might be able to learn this week, they headed to the National Capital Curling Center in Beltsville, Maryland. What ensued next can only be described as “unique.”

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Helping kids cope with trauma

By: Anonymous

Even if your kids don't attend a school where a shooting has taken place, they can still suffer from Secondary Traumatic Stress. Psychologist Dwight Bain shared these coping strategies with us.

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Lavette Sims Capital Area Food Bank

By: Claude

Lavette Sims, Head of Partnerships at the Capital Area Food Bank, joined Kevin to talk about the issue of hunger in the DMV and what's going on to help solve it.

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