Internet Radio Show Podcast 2018



Internet Radio Show Host, Life Issues Counselor and Author Randi G. Fine Discusses Helpful and Inspirational Topics You Can Relate to Your Own Life–Bringing Insightful and Expert Information that Heal and Enhance Our Life Experiences. Offering You Advice and Education From Top Experts in the Fields of Spiritual Enlightenment,Mental Health, Emotional Health, Physical Health, and Holistic Health.

Note: All shows are recorded and archived so they can be listened to at any time


Randi, Hello! I simply wanted to tell you that I am currently going through a painful life transition in pretty much every area in life. I recently came across your podcast on iTunes when I did a search for ‘healthy boundaries’ after I listened to that one, I simply had to download them all. I haven’t got through all of them yet, especially due to a few of them that resonated so deeply in my soul that I had to listen to them multiple times to really process all the information. Your podcast about how to love was so meaningful that I transcribed it out for my aunt (who prefers to read rather than listen). I just heard your life transition show and the last half was just perfect for what I needed to hear. I have very little family and it’s hard for me to burden my friends as I try to figure my life out, and your podcast was excellent on every level. Thank you!        ~C. R.~

January 2, 2018 – Embracing Supreme Love In Yourself with Jeanine Staples

Terror and love don’t typically go together in the same sentence but for more and more women the pairing has become a harsh reality. This is especially true in a post 9/11 world colliding with the Trump Era. In our day and age acts of emotional, psychological, and physical violence play out publicly (in the mainstream media), and privately (in intimate partnerships). In light of this, today’s special guest Jeanine Staples asks: How does terror in love impact the way women show up in relationships and how women operate in the world? Can we feel safe, healed, and whole in an age where relational and social terrors against Black women’s bodies and souls are common culture? In Jeanine Staples’ debut book, The Revelations of Asher:  Toward Supreme Love in Self, these questions are explored. This isn’t a lovey-dovey take on relationships or “self-help”. It is a raw look at how women heal from deep traumas using the tools of emotional literacy and emotional justice. Jeanine is on a mission to teach women how to turn toward supreme love in self, a concept that goes beyond the limits of self-love. Her extensive research reveals women’s fragmented selves and the five ways women live as lovers: Main Chick, Side Chick, Bonnie, Bitch, and Victim. Her two-part, online quiz can easily help women uncover which lover identity they take on in relationships. Jeanine Staples is Associate Professor of Literacy and Language, African American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. Her teaching has been nationally acclaimed. She is a sought-after scholar, educator, and coach and has received numerous awards and honors for her talents and professional contributions to the field of literacy studies. She is a survivor of multiple terrors in love. To learn more visit and