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After the turkey is gone willl you still be thankful? The act of thanksgiving is an all year round posture. Let's not forget all the things that fufill us throughout the year. What are you grateful for and how will you continue to live in a space of thanksgiving as a family? Tune into the So In Love Show live with your hosts, Hector and Cassandra Foy as we continue being grateful and thankful.
What is the trouble with Haiti? We'll focus on that discussion this time on Face-to-Face on Facebook" with you rhost Tony Regusters and two knowledgeable guests...
HAVE YOU LOST A LOVED ONE?
SON OR DAUGHTER TO DRUGS OR TO THE PRISON WALLS.
MAYBE SLAIN BY THE BULLET, ETC.
GOD'S FAVORITES ARE REACHING OUT TO HELP HEAL YOUR HURTS.
JESUS SAID IN MATT. 11:28, COME UNTO ME ALL YE THAT LABOR AND ARE HEAVY LADEN, AND I WILL GIVE YOU REST.
Today Maxine talks with Chuck Crismier, President of Save America Ministries, about the importance of fathers. Dads are indispensable to the lives of their children. Study after study have proven that fathers play a critical role toward reducing school dropout rates, substance abuse, suicide, precocious sexual activity, domestic violence, incarceration, and later divorce. In his new book Hearts of the Fathers: Leaving a Legacy that Lasts (WND Publishing), Crismier,calls fathers to step up. www.saveus.org
Boerne, TX – Dr. Holly Robles is a licensed professional counselor and the founder of Live and Thrive Now. Dr. Robles has dedicated her career to making schools safer to prevent teen suicide.
“As teenagers they don’t have cognitive framework to understand that it isn’t the end of the world, which puts them at great risk,” says Dr. Robles. “That’s why we have to reach out to everybody around us. We have to let them know that the resources are there, that there is someone they can go to if they are thinking of suicide or have a friend or a family member that is thinking of suicide, so they know where to take their friend or family member for help.”
This year, Dr. Robles published the Texas Suicide Safer Schools Implementation Guide, focused on suicide prevention. Her research investigations have explored conflict resolution and the effects of cyberbullying on children and adolescents' mental health, as well as understanding secondary general educators' classroom behaviors toward disruptive students.
While some counselors may tiptoe around these questions and feelings, Dr. Robles listens for their pain and the clues for the truth they’re afraid to tell her: that they want to die.
“When you're depressed, sometimes you think, ‘I can't believe the sun had the nerve to come up today,’” says Dr. Robles. “If we can just find that one thing to keep us going, sometimes that's the thing that's going to get us over the hump until we can get through it. For a lot of kids, it's music. Sometimes it's walking in awe of nature. We have to find whatever it is that helps us to hang on.
For more information on Live and Thrive Now, visit www.liveandthrivenow.com
Do your child's emotional breakdowns wear you out?
We all have bad days sometimes. But what do you do when emotional meltdowns are a regular event for your child?
Extreme behavior is a red flag. It's a message that's telling you something your child might not be able to say or even understand. In this episode, Carol and Anne help you consider a surprising fix for extreme behavior.
This week’s Parenting Practice
If your child is melting down, throwing fits, or having any other extreme behavior, take time to evaluate: Could the meltdown be connected to diet? Make one significant improvement to your family's diet this week.
On today's show we discuss Holiday Job Searching with Lindsey Kelly. Are you about to start a job search or are you in the midst of looking for a new job? Are you thinking about waiting to start or putting your job search on hold? If so, think again. Contrary to popular opinion, this is a good time of year to find a job. Employers don't stop hiring just because it's the holidays. In addition, the holiday season is a perfect time of year to network your way to a new job. It can be easier to say "I'm not going to bother, it's a bad time of year for job hunting." than it is to move forward with a job search. However, for those who do keep plugging away, the additional opportunities are worth the effort.
Guest Speaker Information:
Lindsey Kelly, District Manager Abacus Staffing Email: email@example.com