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  • 00:31

    How to cope with your siblings

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's women of today I am honored to come to you this evening with a very interesting topic Siblings, Yes we all have them and at times it can be a little challenging.Have you ever wondered how is it possible we came from the same mother but so differently in many ways? Have you ever battled with your siblings? Have you ever been jealous of your siblings? Well the wait is over I have the answers for you and together we are going to conquer those issues and help find ways to cope with those difficult siblings that we have in our lives.Maybe they are there to help us grow? Come to be blessed.I promise you will leave with a new perspective.Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.

  • 00:12

    Karen Wall Caring Christian Relationships

    in Spirituality

    Tune In Wednesday 6 May 2015 And Listen To A Great Message By Karen Wall, the title of the message is Caring Christian Relationships.  Some of the Sub-Topics are:  Prvide For The Family,  Respect Leaders, Model Good Works.  You Don't Want To Miss This Great Message!  .

  • 01:00

    Choosing You - Caring for the Caregiver - Part 2

    in Motivation

    On today's show we will talk about caring for the caregiver. In Part 1 (on March 2) we talked about the basics of nutrition and ways to incease the feel good chemicals in our body with food. Eating well and balancing your blood sugar is essential for reducing stress, feeling well and keeping the stress hormone (cortisol) low. Today, we are going to go beyond the basics of nutrition and get into the mind-body connection and the power of our thoughts. You can choose to take care of you even if you have others to care for. 


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  • 03:58

    TODAY ON THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW: CARING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN LOVING

    in Podcasting

    A DAILY WORD FROM MAKU: THE SEVENTEENTH MONTH THE TWELFTH DAY MAY 7, 2015 "CARING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN LOVING."


    IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW! THE BADDEST BITCH IN EL KULUWM...


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    CALL IN NUMBER 1.347.884.9239


    LET'S TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO TALK ABOUT, ONLY ON THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW!!!

  • 00:13

    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/ Don Durant

    in Writing

    Our Broadcast today will be live at the Protest March at Parking Lot 1. We are at the corner of Washington and Front Streets, with Councilwoman Goosby, and many others standing for what is right.  The Developers are planning to break ground beginning here in this parking area, and many residents are coming out to speak out against it. The Overcrowded schools with 60 students per class, and the imposition of a new 336 unit apartment building a block away will only detract from the education of our students.  Join us live on the phone at 10:30 am 718-305-6322  or click on and hear the voices of those in protest.(blogtalkradio.com /don-durant)

  • 00:27

    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/Don Durant

    in Writing

    Our Broadcast today will focus on the so-called redevelopment of communities.  We have seen it in Harlem, and we have seen it in Downtown Brooklyn. We saw it in Detroit, and in Philadeplhia, as well as Camden, New Jersey.  How little concern there is for the established residents of a community in order to force them out and raise the prices to bring others in.   Join us on the phone while we are live on air: 718-305-6322  or click on blogtalkradio .com/don-durant...

  • 00:33

    When We Care from a Distance, What Do We Need?

    in Caregiving

    Claire Day, our dementia care expert, has been taking a break from sharing her wisdom about dementia care to share her story of caring from a distance for her parents. In this show, we'll ask Claire for her thoughts about the tools, technology and support she needs as a long-distance family caregiver.

  • 00:12

    Audio Blog: Caring for Mom: Assisted Living, Hospice and Me

    in Health

    This blog is in addition to my radio show.  It is my journey with my Mother since she had he stoke one yeear ago.  It is about my experience dealing with the world of geriatric care, assisted living, nursing home, hospice and my mother's personal care aides.  I hope it will provide insight and valuable information that can help someone else on this journey

  • 00:34

    Table Talk: Caring for a Brother

    in Caregiving

    Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister's Memoir, A Brother's Struggle, shares her story of caring for her brother, Paul, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16.


    About Katherine:


    Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister’s Memoir, A Brother’s Struggle (Bridgeross Communications; 2014) is the second of ten children. Her younger brother, Paul, was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16. Busy with her own family and career, she helped with his care only intermittently for many years, but took on a more intense role after her parents death and especially after he developed physical ailments, as well as the psychological ones. She found herself very moved by the experience and writes about caring for her brother in hopes that it will enlighten the public on the role of caregivers. Katherine holds an MFA from Manhattanville College, a BA from Le Moyne College, an MA from the University of Buffalo and a MBA from the University of Minnesota at Duluth. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Inkwell Magazine, as well as The Bedford Record Review, Northwords Press, Sensations Magazine, Pandaloon Press, Poetry Motel and Pink Elephant Magazine. A narrative non-fiction piece, which later became a chapter of Shot in the Head, was included in Stories from the Couch, an anthology of essays about coping with mental illness. Dering taught Spanish briefly and is a former CFO at a community bank in New York. She currently serves on the board of directors of a startup bank and actively volunteers with the League of Women Voters and the Northern Westchester Community Center. For more information please visit http://www.shotintheheadbook.com and find Katherine on Facebook and Twitter

  • 00:17

    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/Don Durant

    in Writing

    Todays broadcast will speak on the work that must be done to reach the poor and to share the limitations of wealth.  We are at the mercy of  a Congress and a Supreme Court that has been bought with a price...Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth warren, along with Hillary might wind up being our only answer.

  • 00:59

    You Are Not Alone! Caring For The Family Caregiver. Greg Johnson

    in Caregiving

    Are you a family caregiver? If you provide regular and unpaid care to a loved one, you are a family caregiver, the backbone to the caregiving industry. Join Dave, The Caregiver's Caregiver, as he interviews Greg Johnson, the creator and director of EmblemHealth's Care for the Family Caregiver, an initiative that was started nearly 15 years ago as part of the Integrative Wellness program, this Wed. May 6, (at noon, PDT, 3pm, EDT, and afterwards anytime, 24/7 on recorded podcast)


    One of many definitions for family caregivers is: "Someone who shows up, and stays to help," and: one who is, "Always On Call."  One in three people in America are unpaid family caregivers, rendering a value to the healthcare system of $450 Billion Dollars! Caregivers need care too!


    Their goal is to offer information, resources and support that caregivers need to avoid becoming care recipients. We recognize that family caregivers are often the forgotten or silent patients.


    Many caregivers endure physical, emotional and economic challenges without adequate support. Most need help in order to maintain their own health and quality of life.


    EmblemHealth's Care for the Family Caregiver initiative recognizes the health needs of the "silent patients" and is designed to serve as a resource. We encourage you to see us as a supportive partner in your caregiving journey.