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Tonight we talk about yoga, negativity & letting go of life's problems. We also talk about ageism, continued from the last show, and play clips for you with bits & pieces that are absolutely the most important to the show & show topics, as well as commentary during important moments. Sometimes the absolute best way to adress problems & even solve them is to listen to other people go about issues (especially professionals) & see what one can learn from it.
On Tuesday, June 18th at 1:00 pm (EST) I am pleased to welcome Jeannie Krause-Taylor MSW, LCSW, C-ASWCM, founder of Pathway For Aging to our show, 'Be A Healthy Caregiver' on Blog Talk Radio. Located in St. Louis, Pathways For Aging works to help the Aging Population improve Quality of Life so all can Age Well. Our conversation on Tuesday will center around Ageism in the media and the vital role Pathway For Aging plays not only for Caregiver, but for the entire Senior community in the metropolitan St. Louis area. Through our conversation with Jeannie, we will all learn how to 'Be A Healthy Caregiver!'
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On this show, Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter spends time talking with you about how to deal with age-ism in your job search.
Tonight I Huggy & my lovely co-host Matt chit chat about age, being too old or too young for certain things, following your dreams, doing it all anyway despite any negative feedback, and reaching for the stars. We talk to you and take you through tragedies, trials, tribulations, and coming out on top despite it all. Join us for a very captivating, thought-provoking & insanely positive podcast as we try to inspire YOU to be all that YOU can.
Join Douglas and Jarod with special guest co-hosts, Michael and Justin as they discuss a wide variety of the latest in hot topics including the new Amazon Echo device that will revolutionalize the way you receive and interact with information. Plus we will be talking about the Kim and Khloe scandals of the week with Kim and her Paper Magazine ass and full frontal photo shoot to Khloe retweeting a photo about KKK that she said, "true," too, the Nazi symbolism in the latest Nicki Minaj's video "Only," this obsession with ASS this year, Babe25 with her "Squirt" video that has went viral thanks to Willam Belli's beatdown, Zachary Quinto's quotes on this generation's laziness towards HIV & AIDS, a kid gets arrested and masturbates in the police station, a new supplement from Hi Pleasures to take to make your semen "taste sweeter," a gay Disney movie?, Out Magazine's Annual Top 100 list, the teen who was punched for kissing his boyfriend in public and took to twitter to his attacker, Beyonce has her own category on Jeopardy?, plus a new procedure called InstaBreasts where you can pay $3,000 give or little for 24 hours of temporary breasts - all that plus more on this week's episode. Also, the co-hosts will bring a topic they want to discuss as well. So, sip that gossip with the men who want to educate, entertain and make you laugh. Plus a show announcement for 2015 regarding our show.
We talk with Mississippi Valley State University Advancement Vice President Alderman Faison about HBCU philanthropy, Southern University Athletic Director William Broussard joins us to talk SU's return to prominence as a sports program, and we discuss ageism in HBCU leadership.
POINTS TO PONDER...
Don't you think it would be more efficient to do away with Spring Forward, Daylight Savings time and Fall Backward, the on-set of fall into winter.
On Happiness, THINK ON THIS. Why aren't people happier? What is the one thing that brings some people happiness...DOING SOMETHING GOOD FOR SOMEBODY WHO IS INCAPABLE OF DOING IT THEMSELVES. Does that sound like something you would do.
TOURING and TRAVELING...why fly off to a strange land abandoning all the comforts of home, spend vast amounts of money in a futile attempt to recapture the comforts that you wouldn't have lost if you hadn't left home in the first place....GO FIGURE!
The above shared by famous and not so famous...etc.
We return to the studio TRIUMPHANTLY today holding Beth Hoyt in our podcast's hands. She's got an awesome YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/bethinshow) and has been a recurring guest on Inside Amy Schumer. SHE ALSO BROUGHT WINE! The girls talk about LA, ageism, creative process and SOUND EFFECTS. Mom calls in to tell of the epic lessons gained from volunteering.
DEMOCRACY VERSUS JUSTICE? using words to reveal truth in order to produce justice and correctness in all areas of people activity in society including economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war.The matter sometimes referred to as the 'race problem' is the basic initial 'unfinished business' among people of the known universe.
To eliminate any major problem among people we must first eliminate the problem of functional racism which is white supremacy (not all white people ), only the white men, women and children who practice and promote mistreating all black and nonwhite people because of greed and this thing called 'Race'-a political strategy. Justice will be a better system than what we have. Justice meaning no one is mistreated Black people or White people and who needs help the most receives the most constructive help in all areas of people activity in society.
According to definition the system we are living in is not a Democracy as we are taught. There are no uniform rights and treatment, it includes ageism, classism, sexism, racism and so on. If anything we are living in a global unjust system. Justice will be a better system than what we have.
Tonight we talk to you about society's standards, the improtance of sex, attraction, and fitting the mold, being in the norm, and fitting into certain standards, ageism, so on and so forth.
We, your hosts, are not tall, hot, young, thin, attractive women, and we still do what we do.
We want to talk to you tonight about how we are, why we do what we do, despite our flaws, or not fitting into a certain way that you are 'supposed to be.'
eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst will speak to Dr. Jeffrey Levine, geriatrician at Mt. Sinai Hospital and photographer about ageism and opportunities for caregivers to change perceptions towards older loved adults.