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At just five weeks old, Muffin became paralyzed while in a shelter when a micro chip was inserted to close to his spine. He is now a year old and is on the road to recovery. This is a wonderful story of hope and determination and one person who refused to give up on a kitty that could not stand up.
Also joining us is Dr. Jessica Waldman. .Dr. Waldman is a veterinarian certified in canine rehabilitation and acupuncture focused on prevention. She founded California Animal Rehabilitation (CARE). She also cares for cats and is doing Muffin's rehabilitation. She will discuss this as well as pain management for cats and dogs, and prevention. Do you know how to recognize the signs your cat or dog may be in pain? It is not as obvious as you may think.
Angie Bailey is a cat writer and humorist. She has been a contributing writer for many publications and web sites, including Pet Radio, and has a new book out that she will tell us all about it. Her Facebook page Catladyland, has over 500,000 followers.
Join The New Dawn Live Show, this Monday at 7:00 PM EST, as we welcome Kurtis Deal, who starred on Undercover Boss- aired on January 25th.
Kurtis will share his testimony of processing, withstanding, overcoming addiction/homelessness and the events that lead up to it. In addition, he will share with us how being on Undercover Boss changed his life.
Please, tune in to be encouraged, empowered, informed....and to find your LIGHT for overcoming even your darkest of nights!!!
Q&A following testimony
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New Dawn Live Show created by New Dawn Ministries LLC
"Robin had the courage and the strength to turn her world around. How? By choosing to take control of her life. Her story is raw and inspiring."- Todd Newton, Emmy award winning host, author & speaker
I am a woman who has beat the odds, changed my life and am now using my story to inspire others . I'm "that" girl who survived addiction, living a childhood riddled with mental, domestic and drug abuse, several bouts of homelessness and countless parental kidnappings. Becoming addicted to alcohol and leading a partying lifestyle at age 15 led to being sexually assaulted. The destructive path did not end there, and I soon became teen mother at age 16 (in no relation to the sexual assault). Upon learning I was having a girl, I made the decision that we would not be a statistic. I knew I would have to work hard, but the daunting task did not discourage me. I continue to work hard and ensure that this is our truth every day. It's important to me that I am always a great role model for my first daughter, as well as her four younger sisters, by living with self respect and determination.
In another effort to create strength and confidence in those in need, I have founded U R Enough Magazine, a publication that focuses on instilling worth in those battling afflictions such as depression, anxiety and low self-esteem. We encourage all people to take a hands on approach to their life, so they too can reach their full potential.
I invite you to visit my website at www.robinmarvel.com to learn more about my journey.
Many Black people will agree that spanking is an accepted form of punishment in our community but most of us are in denial of the long lasting effects that severe beatings by parents can have. Child abuse in the Black community is real and it's time that we deal with that reality and get a better understanding of how it can effect our emotional development.
This is where Tanisha A. Cunningham? who is the author of the book A Rose Can't Grow In A Garden Of Weeds comes in.
On Wednesday we will review her very revealing autobiography that is sure to engage and enlighten all who follow her life story. Some of the highlights of this show will deal with:
Physical and emotional child abuse in the Black community.
Foster Care. Corruption issues, abuse, and advocacy.
Group Home violence and at risk youth labeling.
Perseverance from turmoil against all odds.
Tanisha's book is an astounding personal account of the many struggles that a young person may have to overcome just to be able to be functional in the world. There is a good chance that there is a little bit of our story in every chapter of her work. Her story is extremely candid, easy to understand and has a very personal feel to it that almost forces the reader to feel where she is coming from and want to cheer her on. It's a great read and this Wednesday we will break it on down.
Please pick up the book that you won't be able to put down: A Rose Can't Grow In A Garden Of Weeds by Tanisha A Cunningham on www.amazon.com and visit her website at www.tanishacunningham.com. Your life will be changed for the better and you will not be disappointed.
Aaron Sims of Project We Hope Dream & Believe
Floyd Dent “I’m lucky to be living. I think they was trying to kill me, especially when they had choked me. I mean, I was on my last breath. I kept telling the officer, ‘Please, I can’t breathe,’” Dent said. Dent was not armed, but was driving on a suspended license. Police said they found a bag of crack cocaine under the passenger’s seat, but Dent said it was planted.Dent, who retired from Ford Motor Co. after 37 years, has no criminal record. Dent said a blood test revealed he didn’t have any drugs in his system. “I don’t have to sell drugs. I don’t sell drugs,” Dent said.
Darrell Gardner's Horsemanship was founded upon four principles:
Showing Your Horse Love By expressing love to your horse it helps to build a good relationship and strong bond. This will lead to a better response from your horse. Gaining Respect If you don't have respect on the ground, you won't have it on the saddle. Respect is an essential part of horsemanship and it begins with good ground manners Teaching Obedience Obedience comes with consistent training. This teaches your horse what you expect and how to quickly respond to the cues given. Loyalty between the horse and trainer It all begins with gaining trust. Your initial approach is extremely important.