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Basic Training of Parenting without combat boots, PTSD & More!

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This week is rockin yall!  I have only a few things to say then will get to the meat and taters of today's show. 

My guest is a "Parentista" (if there were a word like that it would be this baby girl)!  Internationally known as The Transformational Love Messenger, NuLuv Jones has fast become the Premier Parent Right Now Expert. She helps "close-to-the-edge" parents find their center by navigating the land mines of parenting to equip their children to tap into their own inner genius and greatness, love themselves and live abundant and joy-filled lives. NuLuv is featured on The Tavis Smiley Radio Show Series "Too Important To Fail", where she shares how she successfully parented her own TRIPLET sons (yep single Mom and 3 at a time) through a failing education system and an apathetic community.

NuLuv is a former Airborne Army Captain, who has led troops in peacetime and in war; (you know she has to be good...she talked people into jumping from airplanes) using her life experiences as both, Certified Life Coach and Certified Parent Coach, she guides parents through the Basic Training of Parenting without the need for combat boots. 

Also, a #1 International Best Selling Author "No Scar, No Wound?" her journey of surviving post partum depression and PTSD (from an airplane crash not associated with her being a paratrooper...amazing y'all) can be read in The Pebbles in the Pond, Wave Three. Buy the book and learn more about NuLuv's efforts with PTSD at www.TransformationalLoveMessenger.com.

Our music this week is by Gospel's New Breed...Pastor Kenneth Page!  Soulful song "It's Raining" . Check him out...www.kpagemusic.com. 

Call with your parental problems y'all! Or to say thank you for your service! Tues 8pmCDT (9E/6P) (646) 915-8605. 

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