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  • 00:30

    CUTV News Radio spotlights intervention specialist Sandra Taylor-Anderson

    in Psychology

    Cumming, GA – Addiction is everywhere and it can happen to anyone. It does not care about your race, class, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation and it isn’t exclusive to American culture.


    Sandra Taylor-Anderson is an addiction interventionist, alcohol and drug counselor as well as an individual and family therapist.


    “You don’t have to be defined by your addiction,” says Sandra. “You have a bad disease. Like anyone else, you have got to keep that disease in remission.”


    Sandra has enjoyed a storied career in the field of addiction for more than 30 years. She has worked in treatment centers as a counselor, family therapist, and director of adolescent and adult chemical dependency units all over the world. Most recently, she served as program director for Talbott Recovery Center.


    “I think outside the box so I’ve always been drawn to working with young adults,” says Sandra. “I have a fundamental belief in people and they know I won’t give or accept any nonsense. That’s why they compare me to Judge Judy. I’m going to tell you like it is. I’m not going to hurt your feelings but I’m going to be straight with you.”


    And Sandra is always advocating on behalf of her patients. According to Sandra, today’s parents don’t understand the nature of addiction and how it’s changed. She says she identifies with the difficulties her patients have in their struggles with addiction so she will always invite the family into the process. She’s even been willing to confront parents for enabling behavior.


    “Everyone has a purpose. I believe this is my purpose,” says Sandra. “I dispense a lot of hope.”


    For more information on Sandra Taylor-Anderson, visit http://www.staylor-andersontherapy.com/

  • 01:48

    A Pivotal week in the history of a dysfunctional United States

    in Politics Conservative

    The establishment has dissapointed again and now it is time for We the People to speak up.  Join your host and town hall moderator Phil Waite in The People's Town Hall.  Join the conversation because we want to know what you are thinking.  Grab a front row seat in the hall so you won't miss any of the exciting 2 hours including motivating conversation with Doc Greene of Raging Elephants radio this morning at 11am central time.

  • 01:10

    Co-Dependency with Jennifer Masters

    in Relationships

    "Author and international healer, Jennifer Elizabeth Masters says, "Everyone at some point has issues with codependency and addiction." Underneath it all are feelings of not being good enough. Focusing on ourselves with a soft focus instead of beating ourselves up changes our perspective. We are very hard on ourselves. Being compassionate, loving and tender with ourselves is what The Divine wants from us. It does no one any good to be self deprecating. Self love is the key to healing all emotional suffering and pain. Here is her website -  http://jenniferelizabethmasters.com/

  • 00:43

    Edge Strength of Sensitivity with Dr Kyra Mesich

    in Spirituality

    How many times have you been told, "You're too sensitive!" Take a breather for an hour filled with respect for your sensitive nature. Host Dr Kyra Mesich strives to uplift and empower you with new ideas to overcome the challenges of emotional, physical, chemical & empathic sensitivity in an insensitive world.


    This episode's topic is:


    For more information, www.DrKyraHolisticTherapy.com,  or call 612-568-3538


    Thank you for your interest in the Edge! Please go to edgemagazine.net to view the latest issue of the Edge. 


    For information on advertising in the Edge please contact Cathy Jacobsen at 763.433.9291. Or via email at Cathy@edgemagazine.net


    For article submission please contact Tim Miejan at 651,578.8969. Or via email at editor@edgemagazine.net


    Or for further information regarding the Edge Talk Radio contact Cathryn at via email at EFTForYourInnerChild@gmail.com

  • 01:00

    Ep. 24: Ties that Bind Us ~ Break Off the Chains~When a Person Stays Tied .

    in Women

    Ties that Bind Us ~ Break Off the Chain~When a Person Stays Tied to an Unhealthy Relationship or Habit….


    Many times when we hear  of 'unhealthy relationships', we often think instantly about a romantic relationship which has gone south. The truth be told unhealthy relationships span from spousal, to boyfriend- girlfriend- family- friendships. When we talk about "ties which bind" we then have an even more broader spectrum to tackle. From spiritual, to soul ties, job ties, family ties.. In other words, ties to people, places and things…or ties to a particularly habit we refuse to give up.


    Together, we can break the chains off dependency… let's explore what happens when someone stays tied to a situation, habit, relationship longer than necessary. It will wreak havoc and send that person on collision course to disaster, self sabotage, and bear fruits of chaos, desperation, and perpetual failure!


    On today's episode, Princess Fumi & Her Southern Warrior Sister-Tribe will explore the following:
    (1). How would you define what being tied to a person or a situation would look like?
    (2). Can there be consequences of possibly ending a relationship too soon?
    (3). What are the benefits of breaking free of a negative situation in particular a personal relationship?
    (4). What do you think can happen to anyone who chooses to stay indefinitely in a situation that they feel they are bound to?
    And lots more….


    Sign Up for Our Blog: www.southernwarriorsistertribe.com

  • 00:58

    Laughter is the best Medicine

    in Business

    Would we be nore productive if we laughed more? I dare say we would. Happiness psychology tells us we cannot be sad when we are smiling. Smiling creates a chemical reaction that makes us feel good. When we feel good, we access the best part of ourselves. 


    Todays Guest: Theresa Hummel-Krallinger


    Theresa Hummel-Krallinger, known for her humorous and interactive presentations, is a seasoned corporate trainer, motivational speaker, and professional stand-up comedian. Past-President of Greater Philadelphia ASTD and Blue Bell Toastmasters, she currently serves on the non-credit faculty at Temple University, teaching courses in business communications and leadership. Her passion is to help leaders in organizations create places where people want to work – and to share best practices for doing that with all training and organizational development professionals.

  • 00:45

    Prison Talk "Real Talk Application" Destiny Destroyers of relationships

    in Family

     In this episode we will be discussing the importance of having good ethics and how ethics and values play a major role in creating a healthy relationship. Stacie and Frank along with their guest will uncover the unhealthy cycles of relationships exposing the destiny destroyers known as co-dependency, having a boundless life, and insecurity. Be sure to tune in. 

  • 00:29

    Will Task Force Protect Pollinators Or Chemical Industry?

    in Environment

    A Presidential Memorandum was issued requesting that all federal agencies work together to develop a cohesive plan for pollinator protection. It was stated, “The problem is serious and requires immediate attention to ensure the sustainability of our food production systems, avoid additional economic impact on the agricultural sector, and protect the health of the environment.” This was the memorandum issued last June. Bee populations continued declining as well as other pollinators such as the Monarch butterfly. On May 19th, it was announced that under the leadership of the U.S. EPA and USDA, the Task Force was releasing its Strategy, with 3 overarching goals: Reduce honey bee colony losses to economically sustainable levels; Increase monarch butterfly numbers to protect the annual migration; and Restore or enhance millions of acres of land for pollinators through combined public and private action.


    As we continue our special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald talk to Larissa Walker, the Pollinator Campaign Director and a policy analyst at the Center for Food Safety about this new strategy. Stay tuned! 


    Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes! 


    Today’s show is sponsored by Austria’s Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview".  For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com

  • 00:28

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes WEEKEND EDITION

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone! I'm your host Michelle Cornwell Jordan and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me. This evening we're having the opportunity to chat with the very talented Non Fiction Author Fran Simone, Author of Dark Wine Waters: On Tour with Premier Virtual Author Book Tours!!


    Fran Simone, Ph.D. is a Professor Emeritus from Marshall University in West Virginia. She is the former director of  the WV Writing Project, a statewide affiliate of the National Writing Project, University of California at Berkeley. Her doctorate is from Duke University.


    Her essays have appeared in The Voice and The Quarterly of  the National Writing Project,  theCharleston Gazette, Story Circle Network journal and anthology. Her blog posts have appeared online in Hazelden/Betty Ford.  She is a regular contributor to The Addiction Blog and to the Psychology Today blog. She is a member of Story Circle Network, the National Association of Memoir Writers and  West Virginia Writers, Inc. She conducts workshops on writing and speaks on addiction and recovery.


    Honors: Featured author of the month, National Memoir Association, January, 2015.


    Website: www.darkwinewaters.com

  • 01:59

    How often do women pick the wrong men?

    in Self Help

    Sometimes women pick the wrong men when it comes to dating and marriage. As discussed last week it comes down to standards and some peoples’ standards are higher than others. But what are some reasons women pick the wrong men and how often do this happen?


    A couple of reasons why women pick the wrong men and stay in the relationship include: 


    The more time they invest, the more vested in the relationship they become. When people don’t get the love and attention they want it seems natural to give more in hopes that the increased effort will be noticed and reciprocated. 


    We, as people, accept the love we think we deserve. Perhaps a person had an unstable male figure in your life as a child, or your first relationship was one that left you hurt and wounded. It is possible that they are choosing relationships that have the same qualities. In a sense, people seek comfort in that familiar scenario. 
     And it’s a mental and chemical thing. Dr. Larry Young, the director for Translational Social Neuroscience, notes that experiencing a loss from a partner – such as a separation or death, is akin to an addict craving drugs. If a person is separated from their partner, even if it wasn’t the right person, they may deal with separation anxiety or depression causing them to go back to the relationship.
    There are reasons beyond these that are mentioned. Thirty percent of now-divorced women say they knew it was wrong from the start. So how often do women pick the wrong man? To give insight on that if you look at the divorce rate you can get an idea. Although not all divorces are caused by women picking the wrong men it gives us an idea of how many marriages just don’t work out. 

  • 00:31

    Bishop Glenn Collier

    in Women

    Bishop Glenn Collier is a husband, father, pastor, anointed & inspirational speaker, former college athlete with a B.A. in Sociology and successful businessman. He serves his congregation, New Harvester International Ministries in Lawrenceville, Georgia, as Founder and Senior Pastor and as a Bishop with the Fellowship of International Churches with chief prelate Bishop Wellington Boone. He has been a speaker on "Preach the Word Worldwide TV Network", and a featured guest on "Atlanta Live WATC TV 57" and "The Gospel Touch Show WATC TV 57." He has authored two books "I Hunger" and "Intimacy In God" which can be obtain by going to  http://www.amazon.com/Glenn-N.-Collier/e/B00JAB88NG.


     


    Bishop Collier has 30 years of ministry experience being involved in all aspects of ministry from church planting and prison ministry, to directing men’s ministry and evangelism. Because of his passion to see Christian leaders raised up to fulfill their God given purpose, he has become a spiritual father to many.


     


    Through prayer & fasting Bishop Collier has developed a very sensitive dependency on the Holy Spirit with great manifestations of the presence of God moving through His ministry. He carries and lives in the spirit of personal revival and transformation with an ongoing continual hunger for all of God. Many people are impacted by God’s glory when encountering his ministry. He has a heart for seeing leaders developed and seeing the transformation of the lost into the Kingdom of God.


    Bishop Collier and his beautiful wife Linda have been married for 30 years and the Lord has greatly blessed them with 6 children, 5 grandchildren and many spiritual sons and daughters in the ministry.


     

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