State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson will take place in New York this year in July!
'Preparing for Youth & College'
Co-Host w/ Jennifer Alston, Life Coach of Buffalo, NY
Is this a phase that as teens or parents that we are prepared to face in life? What topics usually are transition from youth & college? We can all agree of self-esteem, confidence, peer pressure, emotional balance, puberty, & maturity.
Do you have teen or college club/organization? Register to have float of banner in Our parade for $35 for a party/team? Admission is $7 for a limited time only. Register Today. Paypal Accepted Registration for Young Developers is FREE, whether established or in the making of their business/talent. Co-Host will be: Jennifer Alston, Life Coach from Buffalo,NY If have further discussion about 'State of the Black Parent' Summer2014 Call or Text: #225 395 1792
"When a human being lives a life in which he or she enjoys freedom, justice and equality, awareness arises and one can focus on selfless giving - you qualify to be a parent because you are capable of the unconditional love that a parent has for a child. But it is extremely difficult for Black people to get on and remain on this level, because we do not have freedom, justice and equality. We must give too much energy to the survival issues, which pull us down. This is why we cannot ignore our condition. Our freedom - or lack of - directly affects our ability to experience love and happiness in our community." Truth has come to you~
Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
This week, Sara will chat with Tonya Hayes, a speech therapy assistant with Sprout Pediatrics about encouraging parents and using sign language with children with special needs
Learn more about how WeeHands and signing with your baby at www.weehands.com or share with us on Facebook! You can also follow Sara on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/weehands.
The Voice of Change welcomes Marala Scott to the program. Marala speaks from the heart with her life-changing words of faith and strength. Her efforts caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey who honored her as one of her five Ambassadors of Hope in 2009 and stated “A childhood of abuse almost kept Marala Scott from a life of happiness…until she discovered how to use her story to help others.” Ms. Scott is also a recipient of a Congressional award for her humanitarian efforts for sharing her prolific life story in efforts to help and inspire others. Marala's Award-winning books, In Our House, (an Amazon Bestseller) Surrounded By Inspiration and the newly released Bad to the Bone (an Amazon Bestseller) provide powerful lessons that inspire, provide hope and encourage change. She is a Ghostwriter with Seraph Books for individuals who want to share inspirational stories to motivate others in some way. On today's program Marala will share her story, her personal perspective on life as well as her remarkable work. Some of the many topics we'll cover are: Marala's memoir, In Our House: Perception vs. Reality, her newest book, Bad To The Bone: The True Story of David Tuccaro Jr., her work that lead to the honor of becoming one of Oprah's Ambassador's of Hope, her dedication to teaching people to overcome adversity, her personal health victory and her Ghost Writing with Seraph Books, handling only projects that teach people how to live with faith, love, forgiveness and to overcome adversity.
The Voice of Change welcomes David Tuccaro Jr. to the program. David is a Mikisew Cree First Nation who overcame his fight with Leukemia, chronicled in his memoir, Bad to the Bone: The True Story of David Tuccaro Jr. Born and raised in Ft. McMurray, Canada. He shares his tumultuous journey of self-discovery through pain, hopelessness and the feeling of inadequacy to inspire others to overcome adversity. After finding his purpose, he is living out his passion of teaching others to save lives by registering to become a bone marrow donor. David spends his free time with his family and enjoying music.
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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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