• Benjamin Scott Allen discusses tips for self-care in the holidays

    in Self Help

    Feeling the loss of the ones you will always love is daily, but special days – such as birthdays, anniversaries and holidays – can magnify all the emotions, the memories, the missing… and the love. Benjamin Scott Allen discusses 5 tips for self-care in the holidays. Get the ebook 5 Tips for Self-Care in the Holidays.


    This show is about healing loss. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a job, or a dream, we find ourselves lost in another world. What was before no longer is. This is the world of the Afterloss.


    It is our goal to share this world together and to help each other navigate this new experience. We are here to explore what was lost and what is left, and find a new way to relate to both. Loss is a part of life, and we all deal it differently.


    Benjamin is the author of Out of the Ashes, Healing in the AfterLoss. This book is about profound loss and forging a new path after his loved ones died. 


    When we give ourselves permission to lean into loss, this unique process of healing finds its own time and rhythm. There are parts of the Afterloss that only you know and only you can travel, but everyone who has experienced loss in one form or another knows the path has many footprints that can lead us into healing. We are not alone.


    Your hosts Benjamin Allen and Deborah Brown will share their journeys through grief into healing and create a container for others to explore, define and lean into loss of all kinds.  We meet here and now on the path to the rest of our lives, at the intersection of Loss and Hope ... may we all be blessed by sharing what we have lived and learned.

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    CEO for the Frederick Douglass Foundation of Ohio

    in Politics Conservative

    Frederick Douglass a great man that rose way above being a slave and didn't learn to read until after 12 years old.


    Became a  friend and foe to Abe Lincoln. An author, statesman, high ranking United States official,freedom fighter,


    abolistionist, and much more includling the "Lincoln/Douglass Debate"


    A Program for all children 10 years and above.

  • 00:52

    Getting to know King Benjamin

    in Entertainment

    The Ladies are getting to know  Author King Benjamin and they're inviting you along for the ride. Discover how he got his start in the literary world, what he currently has to offer you as a reader and why he's here to stay. Listen in as he gives his thoughts on the industry, how he feels the game has changed over the last 5 years, and what he predicts will happen in the future. Get ready, because once again the Ladies are bringing you, the cold hard TRUTH and another explosive show! 

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    Donna, Sarah, and Stewart Joseph discuss the Eight Dimensions of Wellness

    in Health

    Hosts: Stewart Joseph, Donna Ewing-Marto and Sarah Pauter


    A Holistic Guide to Whole-Person Wellness


    For people with mental health and substance use conditions, wellness is not the absence of disease, illness or stress, but the presence of purpose in life, active involvement in satisfying work and play, joyful relationships, a healthy body and living environment, and happiness.1


    Wellness means overall well-being. It incorporates the mental, emotional, physical, occupational, intellectual, and spiritual aspects of a person's life. Each aspect of wellness can affect overall quality of life, so it is important to consider all aspects of health. This is especially important for people with mental health and substance use conditions because wellness directly relates to the quality and longevity of your life.


    Emotional—Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships


    Environmental—Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being


    Financial–Satisfaction with current and future financial situations


    Intellectual—Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills


    Occupational—Personal satisfaction and enrichment from one’s work


    Physical—Recognizing the need for physical activity, healthy foods and sleep


    Social—Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a well-developed support system


    Spiritual—Expanding our sense of purpose and meaning in life

  • 02:01

    SPIRIT ON THE RADIO WITH SARAH MAY AND SPECIAL GUEST ROCKY KROGFOSS

    in Spirituality

    Welcome back guys to another Spirit on the Radio with Sarah May and a welcome return to her special guest Canadian Energy Healer Rocky Krogfoss.  Rocky and Sarah will be sharing the airwaves, with topical chats, shared healing work accompanied by readings from Sarah.  We are looking forwards to hearing from many, sharing some music and wowing you all with our joined energy.  


    Either call into the show or come into the chatroom........


     


    Catch you soon


    Sarah and Rocky X X

  • 01:31

    Addictions and Relationships with Dr. E. Douglass Brown

    in Relationships

    Clinical Psychologist and Author Dr. E. Douglass Brown is our special guest speaker with his topic - Addictions and Relationships. This is his discussion summary statement: A person’s movement, so to speak towards any goal occurs in the framework of relationships. You cannot give your fullest to two competing relationships. The most important relationship is the one you have with the Creator. A person’s addiction, craving for, or preoccupation with anyone or anything is a recipe for disaster, be it sudden or delayed. Your True Self cannot serve two masters. It takes two in order to form a relationship. A human addiction is comprised of two elements - an ego and what the ego craves or insists on trying to get or achieve.  

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    Joy Keys chats with Author Bridgett M. Davis about her book Into the Go-Slow

    in Current Events

    INTO THE GO-SLOW is a novel about sisters, the legacy of the Black Power Movement, and the troubled bond between African Americans and Africans. 


    It’s 1986, and twenty-one-year-old Angie is adrift in her hometown of Detroit. Her older sister, Ella, had disappeared in Lagos a decade earlier, and Angie decides to retrace her steps. Against a backdrop of Nigeria’s infamous go-slow—traffic as wild and surprising as a Fela lyric—Angie begins to unravel the mysteries of the past, and opens herself up to love and life after Ella.


    BRIDGETT M. DAVIS’s debut novel, Shifting Through Neutral (Amistad 2004), was a finalist for the 2005 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award. Davis is the books editor at Bold As Love Magazine, a black-culture website, and her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Essence, O, The Oprah Magazine, and The Root.com, among other publications. She is a professor at Baruch College, City University of New York, where she is the director of the Sidney Harman Writer-in Residence Program, and she is the curator of the popular monthly Brooklyn reading series, Sundays @ . . .http://bridgettdavis.com/

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    Art Imitates Life with Tanya M. Dixon - It's Our Anniversary!

    in Entertainment

    Join host Tanya M. Dixon for another edition of ART Imitates LIFE Radio Show as the show celebrates its 1st Year Anniversary!  We’ll flashback to various guests that have appeared on the show throughout the year such as songwriter, arranger, producer and artist ELLIS HALL—who will also be a special guest on the show!  We’ll have “Hot Off the Press” and “Healthy Lifestyles” with the AIL Team and in the 2nd hour of the show we will highlight some of the controversial topics that have been featured in “The Living Room” segment.


    Call us during the live show at (347) 945-7191!

  • 02:03

    The educational assault on black children Featuring Dr. Roma Benjamin

    in Spirituality

    Roma J. Benjamin is an educator in both the spiritual and secular arenas. Her parents Porter and Mary Jane Benjamin Sr. were strong advocates of education although theirs was limited. She knew from a young age she was destined to be an educator to the multitude. Her unique personality and tough but fair love approach allows her to not only educate children and be a positive role model. Benjamin is also the Senior Pastor of Greater Faith Ministries, Harrisburg, PA.  She is also the founder of New Sound Literacy and Technology Center.  Pastor Benjamin’s boldness and total commitment to the Word of God is evidence of her “no-nonsense” approach to very sensitive and difficult situations. Illiteracy is a sensitive issue in which she has had firsthand experience with. During her tenure as a teacher and principal, she experienced failing students passed through the system with very little chance of recovery. Fighting in a failing system for the life of students, she decided that ‘enough is enough’ and walked away from a six-digit job to obey a God-given mandate, a call to action to address the perpetual culture of functionally illiterate children. Dr. Benjamin has been in public school education for 18 years. She taught grades 1-8 and also served as principal in elementary, alternative education, middle and high school. Dr. Benjamin was sent to buildings that were failing academically and had major behavioral issues. The grace of God and the anointing on her life allowed her to bring much change, where buildings went from failure to success. In addition to being a pastor and recently retired principal, Dr. Benjamin is currently writing her 1st book entitled, “Crossing the Finish Line-Only to Begin the Journey.” She has appeared on the Word Network and continues to be on a variety of radio talk show interviews discussing the illiteracy issues. 


    www.testourkids.com - http://www.newsoundltc.com/

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    Women of Golf - Guest: Sarah Forrest - Managing Dir. of Red Tee Breaks LTD

    in Golf

    Welcome to the Women of Golf Show! - (Last show for 2014)


    Our special guest this week:


    Sarah Forrest- Managing Director of Red Tee Breaks Ltd - England


    A little about Sarah:


    Sarah is a member of IGTWA (International Golf Travel Writers Association), with an enthusiastic and versatile mind she can adapt to suit any occasion, she often thinks on her feet to produce high-quality articles for Radio and Magazines. With an English accent she is often sought out in a crowd as quick witted and able to morph into a variety of situations. With a keen sense of humour she is a good ‘crowd worker’ A reasonable golfer who has used her golfing knowledge to manage events as well as being able to understand the requirements of the lady golfer with out compromising other golfers, writing about her experiences is the next natural step, hence Red Tee Breaks Blogspot http://redteebreaks.blogspot.co.uk/


    As Cindy & I wrap up the 2014 season, we would to thank our guests for sharing their valuable time with us, and to those tuning in each week. We will be returning to the airwaves in January 2015!


    Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!


    Join Cindy and I, Tuesday 9:00AM EST, at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf


     

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