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Alesandra went from being a vibrant, healthy, attractive and accomplished woman to one that suffered from horrific pain from a spinal injury which let to years of procedures, pills, and a life she wouldn't wish upon anyone. The passafe of time took on a different meaning and she didn't care what she looked like. No one glanced her way. She lost the sense of who she once was, and instead became defined by the medical community. She has endured 34 surgeries and lived her diagnosis and d
Join us for Latter Rain A Night of Worship June 22nd 5-9 PM Hagerstown, MD The winds of change are blowingWhat is now will be no moreDue season is now come upon usThis is what we've been praying forIt's the latter rain it's the latter rain By Alvin Slaughter Worship teams needed! Contact us at www.poppm.or
When Alesandra was 35 she was healthy; she didn't drink, smoke, took no medications at all, and she was successful. The only problem she was unable to sleep. She made an appointment for her annual check up and when she mentioned her insomnia to her doctor her whole life changed, and not for the better. Alesandra was given a prescription to help her get some sleep. Little did she know at the time just how harmful that prescription was to her entire world. Soon after beginning with the
Seattle rocker Natalie Walker joins Real Sisters Talk to share her passion for teaching girls to be LOUD!
Walker founded the packed and popular Rain City Rock Camp for Girls and Women's Rock Camps in Seattle, WA. The camps are all about teaching girls (and women) to come together and jam and, in the process, embrace themselves and each other. They cheer each other on, learn new rock instruments, and at week's end, give a LIVE performance.
Find out how these camps are transforming lives.
*Music from Rain City Rock Camp: Love is Just a Game & Lava.
Music from Natalie Walker's band Another Perfect Crime: Tales of Imperfection & No Stars.
Guys Monday April 15, The Incomparable Rain Pryor is our Special Guest. Rain is a one Woman Tour de Force... If you want to do yourself a favor you have to check out her show Fried Chicken and Latkes she is powerful...
Listen in as I am lucky enough to talk with Richard Pryor's little girl all grown up. I love Rain with all my heart and you will too...
Click the link at show time and listen in. Love you all!
Thoma Ewen is a tapestry artist in Outaouais, Quebec, Canada. She runs the Moon Rain Centre for Textile Arts in the Outaouais.
She has exhibited her visually radiant tapestries nationally and internationally for more than 35 years, and her works appear in corporate, provate and public collections.
Inspired by the natural environment of the Gatineau Hills that surround the Centre, and by the ancient Amerindian weaving wisdom that recognizes weaving to be a sacred path, Thoma's workshops teach how weaving transmits the energy of peace.
Thoma was recently wawared Le Grand Prix d'Excellence IVem Jeux de la Francophonie for her contributions to the cultureal community.
Her website is http://moonrain.ca and http://moonraincentre.blogspot.ca
The season is now a couple of weeks old, which means record-breaking success in Buffalo, close games in New Hampshire, dramatic wins in Dunedin, and tons of rain in Lansing. Welcome to the second week of "Around the Nest," talking Blue Jays Minor League affiliates with the voices of each team!
eFitFamily with Laura London welcomes Alesandra Rain, author and drug expert, to talk about the many aspects of prescription pills especially the abuse and risks with over-prescription. She will also educate the listeners on the dangers of mixing pills with herbs, over-the-counter items and certain foods. Let her personal journey inspire us that independence from prescription pills is indeed possible!
Alesandra Rain has 18 years experience in the field of prescription drugs and their effects on the nervous system; personality alterations due to addiction; drug/drug interactions; drug/herb; drug/food and the withdrawals from various classifications of pills. Additionally, she has extensive knowledge of psychoactive medications within every age group.
With a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and completed graduate work in a Master’s of Fine Art, Alesandra went on to become a renowned author, speaker and expert in this specialty field.
Alesandra’s introduction to prescription pills came after an auto accident required nearly 3 dozen surgeries that left her plagued with insomnia, anxiety and pain. She spent a decade on over 1,000 pills a month and then suffered tremendous physical decline from the combination of pills. Eventually Alesandra wanted her life back and unable to find help, she chose to go cold-turkey in the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Utah. The excruciating withdrawals gave Alesandra an inside view of prescription addition that is also affecting millions of people today.
Alesandra is a prescription drug expert and the cofounder of Point of Return, a nonprofit that assists the public in recovering their lives from prescription pill addiction. Her team is a group of committed professionals who have dedicated their lives to this critical cause. Do visit their website at www.pointofreturn.com.
Due to the overwhelming love that Worship Wed received last week... We are at it again. The Boys of Reel Talk Radio brings you "The Storm and Rain" Tonite we will speak on the things that have attacked your faith... Do you have that Job type Faith? Tonight we will discuss different things that happened to JOB and see how you would have handled things during the Storm and Rain. We also so have some fun with church announcements and Things Church people say We will