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Dr Pamela Brewer talks with adoption expert, Gina Sangster, about the emotional experiences and needs of older children.
November is 'Adopt a Senior Pet' month (among a few other pet related issues addressed in this month). In this episode we will be discussing the pros of adopting older pets. Older pets in shelters are more at risk for being euthanized; so it's important to be aware of some of the positive benefits of giving an older animal a second chance at having a loving home. We will also address any considerations to be made before adopting a senior pet. Be sure to join us for this special Friday edition of The Missy Show! Special time: 5:30pm Central.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Anders Porter AKA The Sports Drink Guru shares guidelines for buying and using protein shakes. Spotlight on Moms features Lyssa Sahadevan of MyMommyReads.com. Mary Ostyn, author of Forever Mom: What to Expect When You’re Adopting, shares advice for those considering adoption. Founder of All One, Doug Ingoldsby, shares tips from The Sugar Shock Season Survival Guide. Susan Pinker, developmental psychologist and author of The Village Effect: How Face-to-Face Contact Can Make Us Healthier, Happier and Smarter, shares the importance of face-to-face contact.
Are you teaching your children to truly take care of themselves and fill their own needs? Or have you made choices that leave your child dependent on you? Naturally we all want to keep our children safe, and of course we like to see them happy, but if we truly want to support our children expanding and growing then we need to foster their confidence in the Universe and their knowing of all they are capable of creating.
Join us for part 3 of a four part series created from a small group gather in October, 2014 with Delrae J Bantz, Life Strategist, Open Channel and visionary owner of the Life Learning Center of Self.
It is not uncommon for adult children of alcoholics to attract energy beings who are very similar to their parents. It is quite common in fact for adult children to attract alcoholics as partners and to have children with drug and alcoholc issues. I hear some wondering, "But how could this be? I did not drink, and I hated my father who was an alcoholic. How could I have attracted a spouse who drinks and have children who drink and do drugs?" The reality Dear One, is that we attract what we are on a vibrational level, and your childhood experiences have created certain emotional set points. These set points are no different than a radio station. So like moths to a flame, children who have been abused by alcoholics are tuned up for alcoholics. Why? Because ACoA's understand the dysfunctional love language of an alcoholic, and or narcissistic, denial based being. While a non-codependent being would avoid alcoholics whose actions might not match what is comign out of his/her mouth, and ACoA sees these beings as needing sympathy, help, or love. In addition, because their idea of love is evasive, complicated and confusing, ACoA's match up their energies perfectly with beings who are more than willing to be evasice, complicated and confusing. Taking a Toxic Vibrational Fast is a Fast Pass Way to Facilitate Emotional Healing.
Another wrinkle? Another spot? Another year passing by? Don't worry, there really are gifts to growing older! Wisdom, acceptance, focus and more. Tune in to hear what makes you better and better with each passing year! There's a U in Success and U just keep getting better! Really!
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Digital Lifestyle Expert, Mario Armstrong shares gadgets, apps and websites for better holiday travel. Spotlight on Moms features Cherylyn Harley LeBon of HarleyLeBon.com. Lynne Cherry, author and illustrator, shares how Yong Voices for the Planet is helping youth make change. Paul Smith, author of Parenting with a Story: Real-Life Lessons in Character for Parents and Children to Share, shares stories that impacted his life and why he chose to share these stories with others. Dr. Liz Matheis, Clinical Psychologist, shares how to stay organized during the school year.
Colleen Cullen Psy.D. is a Senior Psychologist on the Pediatric Psychiatry Service at the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York /New York Presbyterian Hospital and as Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at Columbia University.
Elisabeth Guthrie M.D. is a board certified Pediatrician and Child Psychiatrist who serves as a Special Lecturer in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University.
Dr. Cullen and Dr. Guthrie will talk about Child Discipline, which includes but is distinct from Punishment. They will share what we know about the effectiveness of, as well as the risks associated with, different types of discipline.
Tippy Talk will open the show today with the 10 most powerful affirmations, and then proceed with
This charming book by Lauraine Snelling "100 Good Things That Happen As You Grow Older" This is a must read for everyone. Since we are all growing older by the minute.
One free copy of this book will be given away tonight to the first caller, and
five free ebook copies of my book "Planning Power" will be given away to the first five people who follow "Books I Love" tonight
Feel free to add any ideas you may have on growing older and wiser, by joining us tonight right here on Books I Love.
Topic and discussion includes Pagan news items, dates of interest, and a discussion of Raising Pagan Children; how to explain why our Holidays are different, when to step in when the school system or teachers cross the line, even why our views of the afterlife are not like the Christian ones. And maybe some Thanksgiving factoids you can use with family and friends. Comments and questions from callers and chat room participants welcome! Let's Chat!
How much should your children factor into your relationship? Sustaining it? Choosing it? Etc? Children are the greatest phenomenon of life! They are the circle of life at its early stages, most people know and make accommodations for their children accordingly. Knowing nothing is more critical then the upbringing of children, most parents call themselves giving “everything they can to their children”. But to what end is “Healthy Sacrifice” Vs “Doing Too Much”? What affects can “Doing to Much” have on the parents, as well as the children? Is it right to expect our children to “appreciate” the sacrifices we make for the betterment? What about any associated “resentments” by any of the members of the family?
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Our guest is Dr. Stolzer in coordination with Citizens Council On Human Rights (CCHR)
Our children are being conditioned to believe that anything other than euphoria 24/7 must be a mental disorder requiring medication. Our schools survey our kids to determine who can be entered into therapy with the accompanying drugging. The damage from the drugs is life-long. We are raising a generation of drug damaged children.
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.
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