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    Reconnecting to Your Purpose

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    Doing this radio broadcast is one of the passions of my life.  Still I have not broadcasted an episode since September, how come?  This is for me; perhaps it will help someone else. I am talking to me about getting back on track. Come on! I know I can do it. I will get back to doing my weekly show and I am starting  now

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    Who Really Assassinated Malcom X And Martin King!

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    Johnson succeeded to the presidency following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, completed Kennedy's term and was elected President in his own right, winning by a large margin in the 1964 Presidential election. Johnson was greatly supported by the Democratic Party and, as President, was responsible for designing the "Great Society" legislation that included laws that upheld civil rights, Public Broadcasting, Medicare, Medicaid, environmental protection, aid to education, and his "War on Poverty." He was renowned for his domineering personality and the "Johnson treatment," his coercion of powerful politicians in order to advance legislation. Simultaneously, he greatly escalated direct American involvement in the Vietnam War. As the war dragged on, Johnson's popularity as President steadily declined. After the 1966 mid-term Congressional elections, his re-election bid in the 1968 United States presidential election collapsed as a result of turmoil within the Democratic Party related to opposition to the Vietnam War. He withdrew from the race amid growing opposition to his policy on the Vietnam War and a worse-than-expected showing in the New Hampshire primary. Privately! Johnson worked against Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King and Minister Malcolm X as they sought to unite their campaign differences. It is becoming common knowledge of Johnson's "racist bully tactics" and "racist political politics."  He first designed the death of Malcolm X in 1965. Later he designed the death of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in 1968. To stand against any thing that Lyndon Johnson stood for was welcome suicide. Among them was protesting the war of vietnam ( Dr. King) and the internationalization of the Negro struggle to the United Nations (Malcom X).

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    My Reasons Why...

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    Connection..
    How do I expect you to continue to listen to what I say but not knowing a bit of who I am and why I am so passionate about these topics? I will start off with My Reasons Why I decided to start this podcast and name it Heartstrings. From time to time, I will add some personal stories and invite others to share as well. I hope that listening to these stories you hear their voices and know that you are not alone. This short episode is a nod to my mission toward a purposeful life, there will be more as the episodes build. Thank you for listening and hope one day you share your story too...I'm here to listen
     
     
     
     

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    The Words We Use

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    This is a podcast about trauma. It all starts with the words we use- with ourselves, with others, and how we allow others to speak to us. Our internal world shapes us and who we become. Join me and my guest Susanne Mealer, LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) in a conversation about how these internal voices get programmed, how it affects us when they go bad, and what we can do to solve the problem.
    www.susannemealer.com
    www.catherinemcounseling.com

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    TalkPsychwithAlexandKarolina; Bullying

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    Hello Everyone, Thanks for stopping by and tuning in!  We have a show every Monday night from 11:00p.m.-11:30p.m. est we talk about a variety of popular topics of psychology and sociology, and a mix of everything in between.  Every week we have a discussion about something that is important in our lives, or what we feel we should be talking about that day!  Join us this we as we discuss a very important issue and problem that is occuring in the American school system today, and that is bulleying.  So please join us as we discuss this difficult topic, and give suggestions on how to stand up to that school bully, as well as giving you some very personal emotional situations to help you relate to it!  Thanks for stopping by and tuning in we greatly appreaciate your listen, and tell 5 of your friends about us!

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    Mindfulness Insights - change your thinking, change your life.

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    You can heal your life. If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete - - The Buddha
    Mindfulness is an integrative therapy modality:  Western Medicine and Eastern Psychology/Philosophy protocols- strategies and disciplines. 
    Mindfulness Institute integrative therapy modality includes mindfulness meditation to engender one-pointedndess, focus and attention in addition to self- acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, spiritual beliefs, equanimity, and self-nurturing - essential elements in holistic healing. 
    MindfulnessInstitute is a London-based group of practitioners whose expertise is in engaging clients in the transformative stages of holistic healing process. 

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    PTSD: the Aftershocks of Trauma

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    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a disorder characterized by by the inability to recover from witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. Examples include accidents, natural disasters, loss of loved one from death or end of relationships,sexual violence, domestic violence, violence in the conduct of a crime, and war.
    An estimated 7.8 percent of Americans will experience PTSD at some point in their lives, with women (10.4%) twice as likely as men (5%) to develop PTSD. About 3.6 percent of U.S. adults aged 18 to 54 (5.2 million people) have PTSD during the course of a given year. (We consider these numbers low. Veterans alone could account for these numbers.)
    A traumatic event is an incident that causes physical, emotional, spiritual, or psychological harm. The person experiencing the distressing event may feel threatened, anxious, or frightened as a result. In some cases, they may not know how to respond, or may be in denial about the effect such an event has had. The person will need support and time to recover from the traumatic event and regain emotional and mental stability. 
    Today, we will dicuss signs and symptoms of PTSD, effects on relationships, mental health, and opportunities for help and healingl. Join us!
    For more information before the air date, email info@oscarcrawfordmedia.com