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    How do I handle my specil need child?

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    You've just recived the most devastating news a parent never wishes to hear! You child has been diagnosed with a life altering disability. Now what? Join me as we discuss where to go from here on this journey of uncertainty as we seek God for help & answers in raising our "special" children.

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    Future West Kawasaki Arenacross

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    Live audio coverage of the FW Kawasaki Canadian Arenacross Championships.

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    BEING SUPPORTIVE!!!!

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    NO ONE IS IN SUPPORT FOR ANOTHER! 
    WE HAVE TO CHANGE THAT!
    IT'S TIME TO SHOW SUPPORT, ENCOURAGEMENT, BE RESPECTFUL, AND ALWAYS UPFRONT & HONEST!

  • 00:37

    It's been a long time... but I'm back

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    Ok... Let's try this again.  Take 4!  It's been a long time, but I'm determined to reconnect!!  
     

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    Fathers Are Talking November

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    Fathers Are Talking discuss their current and upcoming projects including the recent participation in The Faces of Our Fathers Film Festival.

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  • 00:30

    Up Close & Personal-Girls in Power-Interview with Founder

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    SK: What first got you interested in this line of work?MR: I struggled as a young girl with anxiety, feeling alone and isolated. I desired to learn the skills to connect at a deeper level. I wanted to learn to communicate my needs of feeling heard and “mattering” in the world. However, most importantly, I wanted to give back to my community; the very specific tools and skills that I had learned from my hard life experience. I have spent years in therapy and hundreds of thousands of dollars; however living with Christ in me provided me a strong foundation of faith and a daily practice of living in the moment which led to my recovery. Through my journey of self-discovery in my late thirties, a deep desire to advocate for the disadvantage and at-risk youth was developing, and I took a leap of faith, turning over my hidden skill-sets, and prayerfully considered my next step… God delivered to me and I transcribed the Girls in Power curriculum in written form in the summer of 2010 with the intention to launch a program, first for girls. My hope was to reach as many young women as possible, so they would not have to suffer in silence and live behind a mask, as long as I did.SK: Of all of that, what would you say is the most important, or the most prominent part of the job?MR: Getting the word out and generating sustainability---GIP needs funding in order to keep providing programs to youth and families. SK: Is there any part of your job that you especially love doing?MR: I love to teach young girls, teens, mothers and women.God has used my hurts for good and He has shown me how to package up the tools I have learned which have helped me live a more fulfilling life. God is using me, and through me He is letting me share these tools to help others heal, change their ways, change their hearts, cope and manage, develop a healthier mindset, and as well, contribute to society…creating sustainability all around…

  • 00:02

    Stop the war on Black moms and babies

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    The show is a resource to discuss and take action on systems that destroy African American families.

  • 00:36

    Stressed But Strong, Tired But Tough ... News & Opinions

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    So much to talk about, rave about and laugh about! Special Needs Families ... let's talk about stuff. Show 2 of my new season. Woo Hoo, Yee Haw!
    Join me by calling in and being on the show, be silly with me in the chat room or just listen in and be stealth, I will love sharing 30 minutes with you.

  • 00:31

    Mommys Club Live Sale Edition

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    A show for Moms!
     

  • 01:02

    Angels on Air-"Partners" Behind the Scenes

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    Join Darren W. Conrad and Candace Matthews Blanchard as they talk about their roles in "Partners". We will learn more about the show, their jobs and what they do. Don't miss it; it is going to be AWESOME!!!   Tune in on Sunday morning, October 27 , 2013 from 7:30 am to 8:30 am Pacific Time Zone / 8:30 am to 9:30 am Mountain Time Zone / 9:30 am to 10:30 am Central Time Zone / 10:30 am to 11:30 am Eastern Time Zone call in and join Angels On Air with comments and questions at (646) 716-7763   Angels on Air is a weekly radio program which promotes public/private sector partnerships and volunteerism as meaningful methods of eliminating crimes against children. Supporting positive projects and efforts which help to create safer communities, where our children may grow to meet and exceed their potential.   If you’re interested in having your organization, event or business featured during an Angels On Air episode please contact Kathleen Moore at 916-259-4396.Visit Army Of Angels on line at http://www.armyofangels.biz/

About Family

Like the TV show, modern families come in all shapes and sizes. Many children are a product of divorce, are in touch with both their biological and adopted parents, have two moms or two dads (or both), or are being raised by their grandparents. No matter how atypical the face of today's family, the values stay the same: love and support. Moms and dads will find plenty of support in BlogTalkRadio's parenting shows, especially those about time-management topics that fit both stay-at-home and working parents: organizing kids' activity schedules, decluttering, reducing the workweek, managing stress, making quick meals and more. We've also got shows about friendship – you know, your family of choice rather than family of origin. Just remember: everyone's family seems dysfunctional in its own way. And family may irritate you, but more often than not, you can always count on family to pick you up from the airport.

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