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  • 00:32

    Premier Show of Moms for Moms!!

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    Former actress and California governor candidate, Chelene Nightingale, joins co-host, entrepreneur Anishka Carter Rogers, for the premier episode of their show Moms for Moms discussing a variety of topics from parenting challenges to working from home  

  • 01:43

    The LaLa Land Diet, Moms Using Marijuana on PPD, Crazy Important Cancer Research

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    PART 1  Laura Diaz, known by her friends as LaLa and known in the industry as Chef LaLa. We talk Food & Hormones. Tips for busy moms with picky eaters. Get hooked up with the best foods & feel the love from Chef LaLa with her local delivery here: www.chefnourish.com
    PART 2  Sharon Spencer Schlesinger, Founder of Metastatic Breast Cancer Initiative LA with Susan G Komen. She chairs the annual conference. I'd say she's kind of a big deal. And gives some serious stats & important news for all women. Moms who've survived Breast Cancer (or if a loved-one has) please pay attention to this one & connect with the work Sharon is doing. Give your support & learn more here from Sharon here.
    PART 3  Celia Behar, Pro-Marijuana PPD Survivor, Trained Therapist & Lifecoach, & Founder of The Lil Mamas Lifestyle Website. She's the face of "Marijuana Moms" whether to meant to be or not. Her blog post went viral & after being featured by everyone from Huffington post to NBC, she feels maybe a mission has picked her to lead it. How does Marijuana work for Depression, Anxiety & Insomnia for Moms? Where do you get it? How do you start? Celia walks us through the whole thing!

  • 00:40

    Nov 18-19: Mom-Powerment! (The pre-Thanksgiving Show)

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    Guests: Lisa Druxman; McKenzie Guymon; Stacey Tisdale; Suzanne Brown; and Gregg Murset

  • 00:30

    The Truth About Caillou's Mom | MomCave LIVE about How Much We Hate Caillou

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    ? In this episode, Jen, Stephanie, and two hilarious guests chat about the horror that is Caillou. Why is Caillou bald? Why is Caillou so whiny and annoying? And why does Caillou's mom dress like that? Plus, Stephanie has the hots for Caillou's dad.
    This episode's guests: Glynis Ratcliffe of The Joy of Cooking for Little Assholes and BLUNT Moms & Julia Maida from Next Life, NO Kids. 

  • 00:18

    Is Gentle Sleep Training a Thing?

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    In this episode of "DREAM with Brandie Hadfield", I share my thoughts on specific sleep training methods, and delve into whether it is possible to gently sleep train your baby or toddler.
    For more information about The Dream Method, visit www.thedreammethod.com
    To reserve your spot for the Attachment Parenting Canada online conference to see Elizabeth Pantley, author of "The No-Cry Sleep Solution" series, visit www.attachmentparenting.ca.  Early bird discount ends on September 15 2017!
     
    Music: Bensound, "tenderness"

  • 00:51

    Episode 56: Youth Sports —The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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    On Episode 56, co-hosts Leslie and Tesi tackle the topic of youth sports. It’s a subject fraught with all kinds of high emotion and the women hold nothing back as they discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly. Tesi and Leslie encourage listeners who find themselves on the bleachers or on the sidelines to check their Mama Bear for her motives and conduct themselves in a way that engages the good and prevents the bad and the ugly from seeping into the line-up. The two are breathtakingly honest about their perception of the youth sports phenomenon in the United States and they challenge the conventions of gender, the struggle over expectations, and the physical health and well-being of the generation coming up in the ranks. It’s a huge and hot topic, and the co-hosts dive in deep as they discuss and encourage! To view complete Show Notes, visit www.mamabeardarespodcast.com.

  • 01:03

    Welcome to YOUR Fuller Life~ Let's Talk Friendship

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    By definition friendship means the quality or state of being friendly, showing kindness, interest and goodwill toward another. Friendships have varying degrees of both emotional and purposeful benefit; however not all friendships are created equal. Like all relationships - professional or personal, friendships must be cultivated, development and nourished. When dealing with people in life, one has to be keenly aware of seasons, reasons, duration and purpose when it comes to where on the friendship circle a person one is placed. Also, equally important is for one to strive to be or become the kind of friend they would like to have, by being genuine in acts of charity, compassion, empathy, forgiveness. etc. Let's talk friendship.
    To learn more about this episode and Welcome to YOUR Fuller Life please visit Sage Network

  • 00:42

    United Voices-Rally At Shelby County, Alabama Courthouse

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    In this episode of United Voices Sherrie Saunders goes live at a rally in Shelby County, Alabama. Sherrie will be talking about the horrible situation going on in Shelby. She will be joined by Meko Haze of the Daily Haze as well as other protesters there fighting for the mother and grandparents of this child legally kidnapped in Alabama.

  • 00:28

    A Mindful Moment - for Mindfulness Mothers!

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    MindfulnessMothers.com was created to form a community of togetherness among women, giving health, wellness, home, work, family, life advice, stories, and resources for Mindful Mothers looking for a new place to feel safe, loved, and understood.? 
    It does take a tribe! We hope to be a part of yours!
    Mindfulness is the new buzz word in health, wellness, science, schools, and parenting. Discover what it is and how it can help you in your daily life! Each show will give you a mindful moment and tools you can take away to use in your life today!
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    December’s radio show features a mindful moment facilitated by Inspired Parenting Magazine's Mindfulness Expert and MindfulnessMothers founder, Miss Jeannine Proulx. Used in many presentations to Head Start Parents in LA and with mothers all across the globe, this mindful moment will give you a moment of peace and a tool to take away to become, be and live as a more present parent. 
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  • 01:19

    BIBLE STORYLAND

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    JOHN 3:16 FOR GOD SO LOVED THE WORD THAT HE GAVE JESUS FOR THE WORLD TO BE SAVED. JESUS CAME SO THAT NO MATTER WHAT AGE WE ARE SALVATION IS FOR YOU. SENIORS CITIZENS JESUS WANTS YOU TO BE SAVED TOO. ITS NEVER TOO LATE TO BE SAVED AS LONG AS WE HAVE BREATH IN OUR BODIES YOU CAN BE SAVED. JOIN US SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2017 AT 9AM AS WE SPEAK TO SENIORS. PLEASE CALL IN  AND JOIN US AT 1-619-789-4313. 

  • 00:30

    Puppy Love, Crushing, and Swerving: Real Talk About Real Life with Your Teens

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    The number of teens who have had sex remained stable in recent years according to a report released in June from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG), Sexual Activity and Contraceptive Use Among Teenagers in the United States, 2011-2015. In 2011-2015 81% of female teens used some type of contraception when they first had intercourse, up from 74% in 2002. In 2015, fewer than six in ten high school students who were sexually active reported using condoms at their most recent sexual intercourse. Condom use among this group increased from 46 percent in 1991, to 63 percent in 2003, but has since declined, reaching 57 percent in 2015. Simultaneously, parents and other engaged adults struggle with effective communication methods regarding sex and teens.
    There are two talks – the mechanics and the navigation. We call “The Mechanics Talk – The First Talk. The Navigation of the teen social world and all its nuances we call The Second talk. Have you had the second talk with your kids. We know – some of us haven’t had the FIRST one!
    Among never-married teens in 2011-2015, 42% of females and 44% of males had sexual intercourse at least one time, similar to numbers from 2006-2010.
    Join Tonya and Denise as they share their challenges with managing the contemporary issues of teens, love and crushing!