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"If parents hava an unnoticeable faith, that's the faith they're passing on to their kids." ~ from Motivate Your Child by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN
As a parent, you probably invest a lot in your children. You make sure that they have their physical and educational needs met, build healthy relationships with others, and enjoy plenty of recreational activities. But today's guest wants to challenge you to go deeper into your child's overall development. He says, "Telling kids what to do or simply teaching them information isn't enough to get it into their hearts."
How do you touch your child's heart? How do you increase his/her internal motivation?
Tune in today as we chat with Dr. Scott Turansky, cofounder of the National Center for Biblical Parenting and co-author of Motivate Your Child: A Christian Parent's Guide to Raising Kids Who Do What They Need to Do Without Being Told.
Call in to ask your parenting questions: 646-716-6910, or chat in our LIVE chatroom during the broadcast!
Separation and Divorce is complicated and our experts know change isn’t always easy. CL3 Agency's Life After Divorce program has joined forces with a variety of experts to help people cope with all the emotions, phases and transitions in one's personal and professional development that comes with adjustments related to divorce. The program supports men, women, teen parents, adolescents and youth, those going through mid-life crisis and dealing with infidelity.
Featured CL3 Community Partner is Lisa LaBelle, Co-Founder of Divorce Support Center, a non-profit online resource center that gives families hope that not only can you have hope after divorce, but you can have a strong emotional and financial foundation for your children. The center features one of their experts on the show. www.divorcesupportcenter.com.
Today's Guest: Michele Sfakianos, RN, BSN helps parents and teens to navigate the obstacles that teens face today; step families in areas related finances, living arrangements, holidays, grandparent responsibilities, and legal ramifications as well as about the basic life skills that are not always taught in school or at home. Read more.
Rosemary Lonce Cramer is a woman in transition. Striving to achieve the best spiritual, mental, and physical health to gift others through her life’s work as a wife, mother, grandmother, professional Rosemary is a nurse of 39 years. Her nursing experience includes intensive care and currently ambulatory surgery. Rosemary is also a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Reiki Master. She provides Reiki in hospitals, homes, and office setting. Rosemary is dedicated to promoting education about and sharing the gift of Reiki so others may experience peace and well-being; understand the innate ability for comfort; and healing and achieve resiliency, wellness and a new way to live.
Body Talk with Mike Thompson and Marlene Childers, BSN, RN, will discuss the importance of immunization as well as protecting from the threat of measles and other diseases. They will also discuss staying safe and healthy during spring break. Marlene Childers is the Director of the Health Services at the University of Rio Grande / Rio Grande Community College
Diagnosed with cancer in 2005, Susan Gonzalez, R.N., BSN, had a unique perspective on the disease, being a nurse in the patient’s role. She took that knowledge and her passion for finding natural cures to fight disease and started writing a blog for those who wanted to make simple changes for healthy living with an emphasis on avoiding cancer.
Her blog, The Savvy Sister, provides useful information and simple changes you can make today to live a healthier, happier life. https://sisterearthorganics.wordpress.com/
Susan is the Co-Author of 100 Perks of Having Cancer (Plus 100 Health Tips for Surviving It)
Susan and Mike will talk about 100 Perks, Susan's passion for empowering patients with knowledge, and an upcoming Wellness Retreat: Exploring the Healing Power of “Yin” which will be held in Atlanta, GA on April 18, 2015
Resilience: The capacity to adapt and thrive in the face of a challenge.
We welcome you to join IFAGlobalSite.com blog talk radio. This is a Global humanitarian healing, educational vehicle. The purpose is to bring awareness teaching the wisdom & cultural science oracle system of IFA a originating from West Africa Nigeria. The System of IFA is a cultural based tradition for all nationalities for those who want to learn how to spiritually and physically achieve there highest potential in life.
Please join Hosts: Professor Babalawo Ifategunse Osadele & Apetebi Omirelekun Ifadunmade- Ifalase
Thursday March 5th 2015
Topic discussion: Ways of how IFA practitioners, incorporate IFA traditions within their work environments and profession?
With Guest Appearances from :
Professor Awo Babatunji Muasta Ifarinu & Apetebi Preistess of Obatala Osalami Omisoore (Nakia Blake BSN- RN) Founder of Natural Nursing Solutions Inc www.naturalnursingsolutions.com
"IFA Is The Solution to Solving Our Problems"
LACK OF SLEEP HAS REACHED EPIDEMIC LEVELS IN THE U.S. IT’S ESTIMATED THAT 70 MILLION AMERICANS SUFFER FROM A SLEEP OR WAKEFULNESS DISORDER.
HERE NOW WITH SOME EYE-OPENING INFORMATION ON THE IMPACT THAT SLEEP DISORDERS HAVE ON DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES IS THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE WILLIS-EKBOM DISEASE FOUNDATION, KARLA DZIENKOWSKI.
1. WHAT ARE THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF NOT GETTING ENOUGH SLEEP?
2. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CAUSES OF SLEEP DISTURBANCES?
3. WHAT IS RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME (RLS) AND WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
4. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO TALK ABOUT RLS DURING SLEEP AWARENESS WEEK/WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO TALK ABOUT RLS IN RELATION TO SLEEP?
5. WHAT CAN PEOPLE WITH RLS DO TO GET BETTER REST AT NIGHT?
Karla M. Dzienkowski, RN, BSN - Executive Director - Willis-Ekbom Disease Foundation
Karla M. Dzienkowski, RN, BSN is the Executive Director of the Willis-Ekbom Disease Foundation, also known as the RLS Foundation, located in Rochester, MN. In her role as Executive Director, Ms. Dzienkowski is responsible for supporting and upholding the mission and goals or the WED Foundation.
On tonight's brand new 14th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by special guest La'Velle Spivey Tight End from Urbana University. Spivey has been very active and productive player who shows soft hands and can block in both the passing attack and run game. Became the 1st Blue Knight offensive player in program history to earn NCAA D2 All-Region honors after landing on the 2nd Team.. Spivey has more TD receptions (13) than any other tight end in program history. He is a Computer Science major who has shined in the classroom and on the field.
Name: La'Velle Spivey
School: Urbana University
Position: Tight End
Height/Weight: 6ft 3in 242lbs
Accolades: All-American (BSN & USA College Football), All Region (Super Region 1), All Conference (MEC)
Stats: 40Rec 621Yds 9Td
Follow his NFL Journey to the NFL on twitter: @LS2X
Missed an episode?! Check out all the past episodes of "Inside the War Room"
Buddy Ann Ross developed a passion for holistic health, after her own immune system deteriorated from burn out while working in the emergency department in the mid 1990’s. She learned that with a natural holistic integrative approach, her immune system was able to completely recover from lack of self-care.
Buddy co-founded MetroHealth’s Integrated Therapies Committee and Hands-to-Heart Reiki Clinic and started her own nurse consultation business entitled Holistic Wellness Buddy LLC.
I am reading the book Hop, Skip, Jump by Marnie K. Makridakis. It is a playful look at all of the beliefs we may have about life which are entirely too serious.
We may think we have to reinvent ourselves in order to be perfect. Perfection is probably not the best goal to have. Imperfection is more realistic, and is a happier state of mind which naturally leads to play.
Play is what this book is all about. We were playful as children and as adults we may have lost the touch of playfulness. Adapting playful attitudes into our lives can change everything. When I adapt a playful attitude towards myself, for instance, I am able to get more done. Time seems to expand. The world looks more hopeful, even in the dead of winter.
My name is Kate Loving Shenk RN BSN. I have been a nurse for three decades. I love having meaningful conversations with people about their Love of Life and what it means in relation to prayer and eradicating the fear of death. It makes me crazy how American society sweeps death away and no one speaks about it. This is why I’ve created the “Uprooting Our Fear Of Death: Bringing IT Out Of The Closet,” "The Nursing Career Transformation Roundtable" to give nurses a voice, both Google Hanginars; “The Prayer Prescription Series” of which there are nine books on Amazon, (so far); and a daily podcast called "Kate Loving's P.R.A.Y.E.R. Podcast: Prayer Prescriptions that ReWire Assumptions About Your Everyday Reality."
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