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Stroke - is a scary word and strokes are all too common.
This life saving episode you will see the most common causes of strokes and I will give you a hint "High Blood Pressure" is NOT one of the causes
You will lear about the foods and medications that are the cause of most strokes
You will see the facts that Chiropractic adjustments can eliminate many causes of strokes
Don't miss this life saving episode
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by April co-host Margaret Sheldon. Today we are interviewing one of the best and most talented floral and botanical artists. Nancy Medina’s beautiful floral paintings are known for her composition, color and masterful brush strokes. Her paintings have been featured on covers of magazines nationally and just over a year ago Nancy left her corporate job to pursue painting and teaching art full time.
Join us for Free Free Free the talk about when you are free the things that quickly goes away.
1, What Pwople think or say about you are a huge issue for most people. Free hath different answers of how to become completely free. Free means enjoying personal rights or liberty, as a person who is not in slavery. Free release from bondage, imprisonment, or restraint. Once others ahve been set free many times life appear to start over for them.
We're creating a CareGiving cookbook which we'll sell to raise money for our CareGifters program. Through our CareGifters program, we send $500 to a family caregiver in need as often as we can.
Two members of CareGiving.com cooked up the idea for our cookbook: Mar, who cares for her husband, and Lillie, who cares for her mom. Mar and Lillie will share more about the cookbook as well as their caregiving experiences during today's show.
Lillie is single, 56 years old and sole caregiver to my 88 year old for her mom, who is a victim of several strokes. She two children, two stepchildren and three grandsons. She's been caring for her mom for the past 17 years. She also cared for her dad and helped care for her paternal grandmother and a lifelong neighbor.
Mar joined caregiving.com in February 2015. She was a long-distance caregiver for her mother, whom she lost one year ago. She and her husband also lost both of his parents in 2014. In between those losses, her husband Tom received a diagnosis of a degenerative and progressive disease which places her as an expectant and freshman caregiver in The Six Stages of Caregiving. The expected timetable for his illness is two to 10 years, with eight years the average. She came to caregiving.com with the intent to add to her support system and to begin to build a set of resources to assist her moving forward. She has jumped in with blogging, chats, and enjoys the webinars, podcasts, and forums as well. She is extremely thankful to have found the encouragement and support and positive atmosphere of caregiving.com.
Exploration of the subconcious mind through handwriting and in your name.Handwriting is very close he science of the study of the human thinking machine the brain.How we write scibble and project our feelings on to the cavas tells the clues to our real self. Hidden in each strokes and pattern we form a story.We do so many things on a auto-matic system we don't see the meanings of our creations.When God formed the world with words just uttered in that moment you also became His child.Because all comes from God you are a co/ creator in everything you do and say.God put the meanings to all names and the sound that you are is the sound of His voice.
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Over ten years ago, I began designing one of kind handbags. Each pattern is cut from acrylic artwork on canvas. By combining fine art and fashion design, wearable artwork came to fruition.
After learning more about Cheryl Ash-Simpson and her personal story captured in the documentary Sunshine, Noodles and Me, I was compelled to create an art piece that would reflect her passion, dignity and commitment to celebrate life. The art piece painted is titled “Doorway to Recovery”. Strength has been translated through warm colors and the vibrant pink brush strokes emphasize bold and beautiful. This art piece is a symbol of a doorway to recovery and a pathway to perseverance. My goal is to continue to encourage and inspire others with my artwork.
Throughout our lives we all have to take the first step towards happiness, healthiness, courage, love and peace of mind. We all have to enter a “Doorway” in order to start any and every personal journey.
Thank you to everyone who made it possible for me as an artist to create this paintingon behalf of Sunshine, Noodles and Me! I am truly honored to be a part of such an amazing and inspirational event.
There was a little noticed article in the prestigious journal, "Nature" in 2007. Dr Oshawa and collegues announced the discovery of a novel substance that could effectively stop oxidation and chronic inflammation more effectively than any substance known. Scientists agree that chronic inflammation underlies most chronic, degenerative diseases, such as diabetes, heart attacks, strokes and cancer. The potential therapeutic impact on health was enormous. You say you have never heard of what some regard as the most significant discovery of the 21st Century? Tune into this amazing broadcast and listen to Bill Young, a Certified Holistic Nutritionist lecture on the wonderful results he and other natural healers they have achieved using this amazing substance.
"It has been compared that 1 stroke with the hot stones is equivalent to 10 Swedish massage strokes. Thus Hot Stone Therapy is calculated to be ten times deeper, take ten times less effort, last ten times longer and increase the therapist's practice by ten times"
Isn't that incredible? Join Melissa Corbit and I as we discuss why our clients flock to this service over and over, and how our personal longevity as a care professional can benefit when we learn how to put heated stone therapy into practice.
Living Life on Purpose features expert guests on a wide variety of topics including Sustainability, Spirituality, Optimal Health & Well Being and Inspirational Nonfiction Authors, Musicians and Entertainers.
Today my guest is David Clarke who is a retired social worker, recovered alcoholic and sex addict who is the author of many books including Ockham's Razor Revisited. He will be sharing with us about his life and how that has impacted his writings. He also has a weekly radio show called Different Strokes for Different Folks.
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Come start your day and new week with a little coffee with Flava. This is my personal time to just connect with you in our quiet space with nice cup of coffee, conversation if you feel like talking or we can just sit back, relax and listen to some great music together.
This show is sponsored by Author, Spoken Word Artists & Musician;
Alvin L.A. Horn www.alvinhorn.com
Books by Alvin L.A. Horn:
A Safe Place (NEW Release)
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Today, Dana will have a very special guest and she's excited to have her: Christy Martin, marketing coordinator with. CBP Centers. CBP Centers is a multidisciplinary clinic specializing in treating diseases and disorders of the brain and central nervous system. CBP Centers was established as the only clinic in North America with this level of technology in 2014. They work with patients suffering from concussions and tbi, to people needing relief from PTSD and strokes, including conditions like Autism, Aspergers and Cerebral Palsy. As marketing coordinator, Christy has helped connect the clinic with doctors and groups around town such as the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, Autism Speaks and many more. Christy's goal is to bring awareness to the community of the many complicated brain injuries and disorders people in Colorado Springs are struggling with. She also wants to bring hope and send a message to those searching for treatment and answers.
Dana is the owner of AngelArts, a Creative Arts Agency and Publishing House. Seven years ago, she discovered that her son and husband both have Aspergers. It's opened up a whole new world for her and her family. Yes, there are incredible challenges, but she chooses to see how God has blessed her family through it.
Her son created a painting that became an inspiration for her Autism Awareness product line, Autism: God's Bright Kids. She also is publishing a book called "Angels in the Midst: Rising Above Autism and Aspergers," a collection of stories, poetry, videos, and artwork about how God uses ordinary people in the challenge of living with Autism and how He works in the midst of it. She is looking for submissions, sponsors, and nonprofits to give a portion of the revenue to. The book is due out in April 2015.