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We will discuss how to prevent boredom from creeping into the negotiation process and hindering a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Pasta Primavera, and the "adventure" recipe will be Pork and Pepper Casserole.
Gregarious Greg shares an eight minute podcast about the boredom syndrome. This segment is meant to be inspirational and motivating. Greg has placed this segment in the M.E.T project format.
There exist pitfalls when trying to evolve your own legacy. In moments of stagnation and confusion, it is important to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Therefore Greg has shared examples of the boredom syndrome. He reminds his audience that his father was a scientist; this profession involved extensive research. It is with this in mind that Greg decided to place this podcast in the segment dedicated to his father.
We hope to keep you inspired here at " The Heritage & legacy Evolvement Forum " especially at times when discouragement sets in.
If you’re lucky enough to know or be one of these people, then you know or carry a special kind of energy. Tune in this week as Lisa Jones and I discuss enthusiasm. It turns out that cultivating this quality in oneself is a perfect prescription for the winter blahs. Tonight’s show will address how to ‘move through’ the apathy and boredom of the season. Tune in as we discuss why enthusiasm is a good spiritual practice, its health benefits and how this character affects others.
.... SHARE With others, now that we aren't drinking and or drugging or indulging into our addictions. WHAT IS YOUR GIFT? Tonights show is going to center around these gifts that we have been Blessed to discover within ourselves. They are UNIQUE to us - perhaps something that we always wanted to be or better yet - something that we thought we WOULD NEVER BE OR DO! That IS THE MIRACLE OF RECOVERY. We are no longer creating problems or issues in our lives as part of our day to day routines. It's not that we don't occassionally find ourselves in Hot Water - it's more like these situations are more of an occassional instance rather than a daily problem/s. PLUS now that we are sober and get over our feelings of BOREDOM - we find ourselves stepping up and into a new way of living that encourages a clean manner of living life - while sharing our EXPERIENCE - STRENGTHS - and HOPES with others, thus STRENGTHENING our own resolve to stick to the Straight Path of Recovery - setting examples of courage to anyone willing to take a look and possibly take a chance at getting Clean and Sober themselves.
This is a LIVE - CALL-IN Talk Show - one where we candidly speak about our lives and how we live day to day facing the same challenges we faced when we were caught up into our addicitions - yet NOW WE Handle these situations in a totally different manner - recognizing that we don't have to do it alone anymore. We have each other.
So join us each and every Sunday evening here on BLOG TALK RADIO as we journey through our lives ONE-DAY-AT-A-TIME. CARE TO JOIN US? Our Call-IN number is 323-580-5755 OR you can send me an email directly at email@example.com - please put "THE ROAD TO RECOVERY" in the subject line - and include any comments/ thoughts/ pictures/jokes/criticisms, ANYTHING You'd care to share and we will try to respond in an appropriate manner.
Bored teens have given up their early passion as shown by not having any interests Dr. Andrew Sapp Ph.D, founder of Cherry Gulch and Novitas Academy, therapeutic boarding schools in south Idaho, told to Lon December 31, 2015. Andy explained there are several types of boredom (i.e. unchallenged, pathological and entitled) and the challenge for his schools, and for parents, is to determine what intervention is most appropriate for each individual child.
Contact: Andy Sapp 208-954-5085 firstname.lastname@example.org www.novitasacademy.org
Lon Woodbury email@example.com www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
Vittorio Carli teaches film, literature, and humanities at Moraine Valley Community College and Richard J. Daley College. He also freelances for less than impressive financial incentives. He spends half his time in danger (in Little Village) and the other in boredom (in Oak Lawn).
His first collection of poetry entitled A Passion for Apathy was published by The Press of the Third Mind in 2013 and a sequel may be coming out in the next year.
He hosts a monthly poetry show at the art colony at 2630 W Fletcher (off Rockwell and Belmont) on the second Saturday of each month from 7-9 p.m.Featuring poetry, spoken word, stand-up, performance art, and music. Almost anything goes! No entrance fee.
He is an unmarried, childless bookaholic, and has never been to prison.
A letter by him was recently published by the Chicago Tribune and it can be viewed at http://www.artinterviews.org/my-letter-to-the-chicago-tribune/.
His film and art reviews have appeared on www.reelmoviecritic.com (no longer online), chicagopoetry.com and in the publications: Dialogue, Venus, Chicago Artist’s News, The Daily Herald, The Star Newspapers, Tunnel Rat, and Letter eX.
His poems have been published in The Chosen Few, Best of Chicago Poetry, Online! the Chicago Poetry Renaissance, Café Review, Rambunctious Review, Polvo, The American Dissident, Dissent, Struggle: The Journal of Revolutionary Literature, Mind in Motion, Alphabeat Press, Alternative Press, Poems of the World, Religious Humanism, The World Salad Anthology, and The Anti Mensch.
The Highway Song. As the media cycle repeats on an endless loop, boredom begins to set in. How many more arguments do you want to hear about Donald Trump being Hitler, or Ted Cruz being Ted Cruz, or Hillary Clinton and Benghazi? There is a real world waiting to be experienced. Not the make believe […] Read more
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