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Welcome to "The Zone" with Dev. Sit back relax, pour yourself a nice glass of wine, light up some candles, and hug up with that special someone. Then Allow Dev to soothe you with sexy R&B, Jazz, and sultry Slo Jamz to serenade your ears. Requests and shouts outs are welcome. Feel free to chime in and discuss the Grownvand Sexy Topics of the evening, or just listen, and chill in our chat room. Every Thursday night from 10pm till 1am on Blogtalk Radio. "THE ZONE" Where the Grown, and sexy come to unwind. See u there!
(1) How do you know when what started out as a friendship with benefits turns into a relationship?
(2) What is Sexy-vs-Slutty?
(3)Have you seen the video footage of the 9 year old boy abusing toddlers in a Mississippi Day care? If so, How would you react if it where your child being abused?
Did you do much traveling this summer with a baby and/or a toddler? Could you use more tips and tricks for next time?
We share what's worked for us in this episode and give you lots of encouragement so you're never afraid to hit the road with a little one.
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Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP, founder of teachmetotalk.com, and she highlights strategies that are highly effective in helping late talking toddlers begin to communicate. In some ways, it's much simpler than you think!
The post this show is based on is here: What Works...Strategies that Help Toddlers Learn to Talk
To find out more about the products Laura mentioned in this show, click here.
Tonight we are joining the discussion started on Mr Talk about the abuse of men....
According to Ask Men....The majority of men suffer in silence in the face of emotional abuse. They feel shame, fear, and choose to ignore the abuse and live with it. The fact is that we live in a society where the abuse of men is not a mainstream concern.
But abuse is abuse and as we mobilize to combat it when the victim is a woman, we have to offer the same compassion to men. Perhaps physical abuse is not as prevalent when the perpetrator is female, but my argument is that emotional abuse is. In fact, my theory is that men suffer more from emotional abuse in relationships than women.
A man may be more prone to strike a woman or commit sexual assault on his partner, but as for emotional abuse, I think women have the edge. I have no proof to claim that a female will commit emotional abuse more than a man but my bet is that it is far more common than anyone can imagine at present.
The problem is that we never hear about it. Men are tough, strong and impervious to abuse. Maybe. But why then, do I receive a constant stream of e-mail with regard to emotional abuse? Because like it or not, it is prevalent. The key is to spot it.
Call in on 3479457556 to join the conversation
Are you living with toddlers and experiencing terrible twos, horrific threes and power struggles? Would you love to know how to avoid and prevent the temper tantrums?
Bonnie and Thomas Liotta interview Lucia Greisbach, a mother of three year old twins and a two year old. When we connected with Lucia, her children were all over her, interupting and crying for her attention. She equipped herself with some tools and is learning how to prevent and avoid terrible twos and horrific threes.
She shares her story of what she has learned with you so you can avoid the terrible twos, horrific threes and also teenage rebellion.
Dog Talk host, Michelle Huntting, will be joined by Jennifer Shryock to talk about the new dynamic for dogs as babies grow into toddlers.
Jennifer Shryock is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC), owner of Family Paws™ LLC in Cary, NC and holds a degree in Special Education. Jennifer has written and spoken extensively about these topics. Her two programs, Dogs & Storks® and the Dogs & Toddlers™ have been featured in national media from The Wall Street Journal to TV and radio.
As a Mother, dog behavior consultant and teacher…Jennifer recognized a need for support and education for these families and began building resources for new and expecting families through her own business Family Paws. A consistent need for this specialized service led to the creation of the highly endorsed international program Dogs & Storks® for expecting and adopting families and then years later Toddler & Dog™. All of these passions and ideas have led to the creation of Family Paws™ Parent Education now offering programs all of the United States, Canada and beyond!
Are you tired of your toddler getting into everything? A the terrible twos giving you a terrible headache. Today's will share techniques to help you understand what your little one is trying to learn or tell you. No kid is a bad kid, parents just don't understand what they are saying. Special guest Amanda Smith a.k.a. the Toddler Translator talks about communication with the littlest members of your family. Amanda explains her philosophy and insites on toddlers and their activities. Join us for this informative episode.
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from www.teachmetotalk.com as she answers an SLP's questions about treatment with 2 of her little clients. We'll be looking at the diagnostic differences between apraxia and dysarthria and the treatment differences she should consider for this little one with Down syndrome who is signing but has a very limited spoken vocabulary. The second client is a 3 yo little boy with severe expressive/receptive delays who is using some phrases at times. The SLP is considering a diagnosis of selective mutism, but we'll explore other possibilities. It's going to be a great show with lots of practical tips for differential diagnosis in addition to treatment ideas!
Welcome to the brand-new Positively Autistic radio show, Autism, God's Bright Kids! Dana Susan Beasley, a homeschooling mother of an Asperger teen and wife to an Aspie husband, will be your host starting Monday, September 15 and repeating weekly at this time spot.
Today, we will hear from co-founder Joe Westlake, co-founder of Positively Autistic. We will also be joined by Annie Eskeldson, author of Ashi's Gift and homeschooling mother to two Autistic children. She will be sharing about the beautiful book she wrote, the challenges she faces homeschooling two Autistic children, and her out-of-the-box therapy ideas that can be done by a parent at home.
Dana is the owner of AngelArts, a Creative Arts Agency and Publishing House. Seven years ago, she discovered that her son and husband both have Aspergers. It's opened up a whole new world for her and her family. Yes, there are incredible challenges, but she chooses to see how God has blessed her family through it.
Her son created a painting that became an inspiration for her Autism Awareness product line, Autism: God's Bright Kids. She also is publishing a book called "Angels in the Midst: Rising Above Autism and Aspergers," a collection of stories, poetry, videos, and artwork about how God uses ordinary people in the challenge of living with Autism and how He works in the midst of it. She is looking for submissions, sponsors, and nonprofits to give a portion of the revenue to. The book is due out in April 2015.
Dana welcomes callers who want to tell stories about how God used ordinary people in the midst of their challenges and how God is working in the midst of living with Autism, as a parent or as one affected.
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Eric and David autism specialist present the concept of togetherness and interdependence by applying the FaceTime inventory tool to Alisha and her families challenges. Learn to successfully negotiate tantrums, and de-escalate problem behaviors. No more focusing on independence, it’s time for families to implement strategies that promote interdependence and roles. Tune in!
Join Denise as she chats with early childhood education expert/advocate, Michelle Figlar, on practical ways parents and caregivers can foster learning in children ages 0-5. Michelle also encourages parents to advocate for their children's education early on and gives specific steps and resources on how to be your child's voice. Michelle is the executive director of The Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children (PAEYC), an affiliate of The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). For more information, please visit http://www.paeyc.org/ and http://www.prekforpa.org/
Dr. Stolzer is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She currently teaches infant, child, and adolescent development classes and is an active researcher. Dr. Stolzer has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and has presented her research at the international level. For over three decades, she has been a passionate child advocate. Dr. Stolzer’s research interests include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the meteoric rise of psychiatric diagnoses in child and adolescent populations, the deleterious effects of psychiatric drugs, the biocultural implications of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, the multivariational effects of labeling children, and challenging the existing medical model which seeks to pathologize normal-range child behaviors. Learn More about the dangers of Psychotropic drugs http://www.CCHR.ORG Citizens Commission on Human Rights
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