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    Atypical Radio

    in Politics

    Not your typical talk show.

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    Atypical Live: Ep1 Opening Show

    in Politics

    Not your typical talk show. 
    Tonight we will have open lines and will discuss topic such as:
    The 2nd Amendment
    Mental Illness, is it really to blame?
    and the over sexualization of America
    The Oscars and the films that should win
    The fatal flaw of atheism 
    and finally why conservatism is in between a rock and hard place.      
    we also will take your call live on the air about anything discussed.
    for more info visit. www.atypicalconnoisseur.com
    John L. Moseman is the Atypical Connoisseur. Someone who has an unique view on many different things. 
     
    connoisseur 1. A person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts. 2. A person of informed and discriminating taste   atypical Not conforming to type; unusual or irregular.  
     

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    Assisting Families Struggling Against Atypical Parkinsonian Disorders

    in Health

    eCareDiary will interview Trish Caruana, Vice President of Programs and Education at CurePSP, an international non-profit organization that funds research and provides education and support for people suffering from atypical Parkinson’s disorders.

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    Backing the Badge: Critical Incident Support

    in Training

    The December 11, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Sergeant Gary Bush, Marion County Sheriff’s Office (ret.), Detective Michael J. Saxe, New York City Police Department, (ret.), Dr. Alison Brown, CEO ENCOMPASS, LLC    and Mike Ohren, Vice President, ENCOMPASS, LLC.


    About the Guests


    While critical incidents are commonplace within the realm of law enforcement, providing an effective response is not. During the interview, we will explore a few scenarios that span the career of two law enforcement professionals; Sgt. Gary Bush (Retired Marion County Sheriffs Office/Polk County Sheriff’s Office and Detective Michael J. Saxe Retired New York City Police Department) A couple that are typical/expected in a law enforcement career and the other, an atypical event that we pray will never occur again.  We will look at the effects this had on each law enforcement professional. Sgt. Bush had no CISM or Peer Support services offered. Detective Saxe had the services available. What are the results during and following each of their careers? Critical insight will be provided by Dr. Alison Brown and Mike Ohren, two mental health professionals and co-founders of BACKING the BADGE, the law enforcement Division of ENCOMPASS, LLC.  Sgt. Gary Bush and Det. Michael J. Saxe are the actual professionals that dealt with the situations that will unfold in front of the audience. Therefore, the narrative is very moving, personally and professionally engaging and atypical of most others offered.  This is a rare opportunity to see the effects that cumulative stress, administrative issues, and critical incidents actually have had on law enforcement professionals.

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    Voices Carry for Animals # 22

    in Pets

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer


    Guests will be Marla Stormwolf  Founder of  STOPCRUSH.org,  Anthony Damiano  Co-Founder,  Rae Castino Team Member.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DZkD8_aXv8  Global Unity Against Animal Cruelty Video.


    "This message is from the team at stopcrush.org. Considering that most animals do not have the capacity to voice their distress in human language, we thought that this message, on their behalf, would be appropriate to send out to citizens all over the world.

    For those who do not realize, animal crush video does indeed, exist. The videos generally feature, but do not limit themselves to, small live animals, such as kittens, puppies, mice and bunnies being slowly tortured in the most horrific ways imaginable.
    They are burned alive, cut with pruning sheers, nailed to the floor, skinned alive, beaten, stabbed and most often, they have their limbs crushed and broken, just to invoke more screams of agony.The majority of these videos share a common theme, the animals are incrementally crushed by scantily clad women in high heels. Those who purchase these videos, view them for sexual gratification. Basically speaking, the animal crush interest is an atypical sexual arousal toward the the horrific torture and distress of another life-form. The sick, twisted, prurient animal crush industry has become increasingly popular all over the world. It will continue to escalate the degradation of our society if nothing is done to curtail the sadistic underground industry.

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    Meeting Needs with an Atypical God: Frank S. Henderson, Jr.

    in Christianity

    Have a need? Meet anonymous donors with big checks. Helping hands. Influence. God is moving upon hearts and breaking through barriers in unusual ways to accomplish His purposes outside of the typical church walls. In my hometown community of Topeka, Kansas, the obedient service of Topekan Frank S. Henderson, Jr., and others has enabled God to display Himself in mighty ways. This is exciting! Frank Henderson is Deputy Director of the Topeka Rescue Mission and NET Reach, two Christian social services formed to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of men, women and children. Our obedience in Christ Jesus is our greatest success. If God will move through Frank in Topeka, God can use you in your community too. Hear Frank's testimony and success stories of how God will exceed our expectations when we are willing to be used by Him. Won't He do it?! Join us! A special invitation to Topeka listeners too.

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    Separation Anxiety: Not just for kids

    in Health

    The speakers are: Dr. Frank Schneier Research Psychiatrist, Clinical Therapeutics, New York State Psychiatric Institute


    Dr. Anne Marie Albano Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology (in Psychiatry) Director, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders, 
    Columbia University Medical Center


    They will describing what Separation Anxiety is, what the symptoms are and how to treat it. 


    It is a psychological condition in which a person experiences inappropriate and excessive fear and distress when faced with situations of separation from the home or from a specific attachment figure. The anxiety that is expressed is categorized as being atypical of the expected developmental level and age.


     


    For more information on the Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders please go to http://www.anxietytreatmentnyc.org/ or call 212-246-5740


    For more information about participating in our research treatment study on Adult Separation Anxiety, contact Rob Valdovinos at (646) 774-8113 or at valdovi@nyspi.columbia.edu or go to http://columbia-generalizedanxiety.org/


     


     

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    Please Meet the Author Team Behind the "Summer in Sweetland" series!

    in Books

    The typical small town with the typical citizens facing the typical heartaches, challenges, and joys with one atypical difference: When God enters an equation, the end result is much, much more fulfilling.


    Add together one depressed widow, two squabbling siblings, one anxious daughter, and one hopeful suitor, and what do you get? One tangled mess that one hopes won’t explode when they get together for dinner.


    Meet the author team behind this incredible series: Kathi Macias, Anne Baxter Campbell,Sue Badeau,Peggy Blann Phifer,Karen Gass,Karen Kosman,Linda Gilden, and Diane Huff Pitts.

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    Interview with Brooke Davis

    in Blogcritics

    The author of Lost & Found reads from and talks about her novel, about her lovely, quirky characters, about writing a novel as PhD project and its impact on her work, about the intersection of grief and art, about disenfranchisement and loud voices, about notions of goodness and badness, about how she's dealing with the massive and atypical success of her first novel, and lots more.


     


     

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