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Hope42Day interviews "Ambassadors of Hope" from across the globe. Please join Host Lynn Kindler on Friday, September 7, 2012 and her very special guests, best-selling authors of Dumped! Maryjane Fahey and Caryn Beth Rosenthal Maryjane Fahey is a writer, designer, and former serial monogamist living in NYC. Her specialty has been journalism and editorial design, including the redesign of BusinessWeek and the Boston Globe, and the launch of Women’s Health. MJ is a graduate of
Catherine and Jason will spend a few minutes talking about the verdict in the Jodi Arias case. They will discuss the Caryn Kelley murder case. We haven't heard too much about this particular case, as it seems the nation and even the world has been riveted with Jodi Arias. Tune in Tuesday at 8pm pst! We welcome you to call in and/or join us in the chat room. It will be a very interesting show. Thanks for joining us.
The fact is, your brain actually works better, responds more quickly, and efficiently processes when you feel good versus the emotional overwhelm of feeling bad. Want to know how to create new neural pathways, pump up your good feelings and engage both your mind and body in an experience that allows you to become more whole, action-oriented, conscious and aware? On this episode Michele Rosenthal covers a simple, free, 8-step process to pack some power into how you feel, think, act and achieve.
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Michele Rosenthal teaches audiences how to shift from powerless to powerful to create change they choose. As a keynote speaker, award-winning blogger, award-nominated author, workshop/seminar leader, certified professional coach, mental health advocate and trauma survivor, Michele works privately as a post-trauma coach specializing in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Host of the radio program, Changing Direction, she is also the founder of HealMyPTSD.com, a popular website for information, education and support for PTSD. Her book, Before The World Intruded: Conquering the Past and Creating the Future, was selected as a finalist for the Books For A Better Life award. She sits on the Advisory board for HopeForPTSDvets.org and is the Program Director for Wellness Services for the Warriors Pathfinder Program. Her forthcoming book, YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA: Powerful Practices To Reclaim Your Identity, will be available from W.W. Norton in 2014.
For more information visit: www.ChangeYouChoose.com.
John Rosenthal joins us on Freedom Radio to discuss his book, The Jihadist Plot; The Untold Story of Al-Qaeda and the Libyan Rebellion. In it, he describes how the Obama administration and NATO “changed sides in the War on Terror” in Libya.
Mr. Rosenthal documents the clear evidence of top rebel leaders who trained with and fought alongside al-Qaeda in Afghanistan and Iraq, had ties to the Madrid train bombings and both the fertilizer plot and London subway bombings, and had been detained by the U.S. “Indeed, there is strong reason to believe that Ansar al-Sharia is not so much a distinct militia as a movement cutting across virtually all the Eastern Libya militias, including Libya Shield.”
John Rosenthal is a European-based journalist and political analyst who specializes in EU politics and transatlantic security issues. He has been a regular contributor to National Review Online, Policy Review magazine, The Weekly Standard, World Affairs journal, and leading European publications.
Note: ‘The Jihadist Plot; The Untold Story of Al-Qaeda and the Libyan Rebellion’ is now on sale at Amazon on Kindle, Barnes & Noble on Nook, and the iTune store. The paperback version will be available in early April.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Howard Rosenthal, on-air personality for the Mr. Food Test Kitchen tv segment, to Conversations LIVE to discuss the series success and new book for diabetics.
By saying ‘yes,’ we can find ourselves shifting from a negative state to a positive, forward looking place. And, when we feel security, productivity, and self-worth in anything we do, it allows us to feel an increased sense of value and creativity. Of course, saying ‘yes’ can also open us to experiences that are not right for us as individuals. So, although ‘yes’ is a great way to develop a positive change in our lives, saying ‘no’ can also have the same result.
On this show, I'll be sharing how choosing and defining who you are is directly related to choices about your wants, your needs, your direction, and what is specifically right for you at distinct and defining moments. And sometimes, that means that you must simply say "No."
To begin our show, we welcome back Dr. Bruce Dow, dream revision expert. Dr. Dow will be following up with a past listener that he worked with on a previous show to share the results of their session together.
Our second segment deals with addiction. Recently, a close friend shared a heartbreaking story with me. She is friends with a couple that has the kind of love that is found in fairy tales.They both drink but only one or two with friends. One of them began drinking privately in the past few years. Her friend thought that everything was “ok” because it was in the privacy of their home. Unfortunately, not realizing the toll on their partner and after years of pleading, they split after 25 years of marriage.
Honoring D-Day on June 6th, this show focuses on our military both past and present. With guests Karl Monger (GallantFew.org), Debbie Sprague (FamilyOfAVet.org) and Steve Sparks (Veteran, Author) this show highlights and celebrates how our veterans and their families deal with the aftermath of combat. Feature description (add photo): Michele Rosenthal welcomes veterans and their families for a pre-D-Day celebration to honor our military and discuss the impact of combat on our soldiers and their loved ones.
Find yourself reaching for that donut or that extra beer when you know you shouldn’t? Having trouble stopping yourself from indulging in a habit or behavior you know is bad for you -- but you just can’t stop yourself? Accessing and utilizing your willpower can be a tricky business; it’s also a skill that can be trained. This episode explores how willpower works and how you can start strengthening yours -- through methods that are 100% free -- today.
Dr Marty sits for a candid talk with Howard J. Rosenthal, Chief Operating Officer of the Mr. Food brand to discuss the new book, MR. FOOD TEST KITCHEN’S HELLO TASTE, GOODBYE GUILT!: More Than 150 Healthy And Diabetes Friendly Recipeswhich has just been published by the American Diabetes Association. In the interview, Rosenthal will talk about quick and easy recipes that are diabetes friendly, ways to use household objects to figure out portion size, explain the correct way to read a nutritional label, and expand on the wide array of tips and hints from the Mr. Food Test Kitchen that will enhance almost any meal.