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On this week's episode, we take a stroll down memory. We ask questions like...What was the first car that you had? What was the best gift that you ever received at Christmas? Where was your first job?
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Today we will be discussing and taking calls from listeners on the challenges associated with childhood memories. Many adults agree that these memories are damaging but still refuse or just cant let go. Today the hosts will be sharingg their personal experiences with this challenge and some thought provoking perspective on releasing these memories.
Our Slasher Studios hosts, Andrew Beirl and Kevin Sommerfield, got cut short of last night's Slasher Studios Horror Podcast so they are back tonight with a brand new episode. Join them as they discuss their favorite childhood television horror memories and much more. Brand new episode airs live tonight at 10PM central.
On this week's episode of Slasher Studios Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield & Andrew Beirl will be sharing their favorite childhood horror movie memories. They will also be announcing the five Dismembering Christmas poster contest winners live on the show. Make sure to listen in live, Wednesday night at 10PM central for the bloody good stuff.
What are your favorite childhood memories?
What games did you play outside with your friends?
What games did you create?
Do you remember the summers at grandma's house?
Call in and tell us your stories
About 1 in 5 people have suppressed memories of trauma or abuse they experienced in childhood that they do not remember until they are in their 30s or 40s. Many have never discussed these memories or dreams (that might be symbolic of memories) with anyone. They will come for prayer wanting you to help them deal with the long term effects of childhood trauma or abuse. Tonight, we will discuss the most common symptoms of fractured identity, unhealed hurts, fears, addictions, bondages or oppressions that may still need more healing or deliverance. At first, they may only share the symptoms, as a test to see if you recognize the symtoms of trauma or abuse.
Join us Tuesday evening at 5:30pm as we speak about a very important topic.Childhood obesity is much more than a cosmetic concern. The health consequences of childhood obesity include greater risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma and other serious illnesses. The combination of these health effects and the dramatic increase in childhood obesity rates over the past three decades causes some experts to fear this may be the first generation of American children who will have a shorter life expectancy than their parents. (The Weight of the Nation)
They say you shouldn't live in the past, but they never said you shouldn't visit it every once in a while. This is Francesca Reicherter live with you on blogtalk raido. The lessons we learned in the past are our memories of the past. Never forget them, the good and the bad will be with you forever.
These 15 minutes are meant to help you remember every thing you learn will help you later on, its the memories made today that make life easier tomorrow.
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What are the root causes of childhood affilications such as autism,chronic allergies, obesity, and other diseases? Are they environmentally-related? The result of genetically-modified foods, pesticides, or soil depletion? Is better nutrition the key to healing?
Scientists and health advocates are often at odds when it comes to looking at childhood illness, but most agree that there IS a problem that should be addressed.
In 2010, the Center for Disease Control announced that 1 in 110 children have autism. In just a few years, that number has increased to 1 in 68!
In addition, nearly 13% of kids in the US have some sort of developmental disability.
Add to this the increasing number of obese children and children with moderate to severe allergies and it's easy to question whether or not the healthcare system and pharmaceutical industry in this country is doing the right things to help our children get and stay healthy.
Dr. Renee Tocco joins Teresa to reveal some of the more controversial and startling theories about why so many children are suffering from these severe health issues, and what needs to be done to help them.
Having owned and run private schools and child care facilities for over 50 years Karen has a lot of experience working with children. As a hypnotherapist and experience with eating disorders she is in a position to share her expertise with adults and youth alike.
Interact with Miss Karen as she explores challenges for Parents and Kids as they relate to issues around Childhood Obesity and Eating Disorders. How do parents recognize these issues? What kind of behavioural and visual cues might a parent see. Touch on the concepts of the "reflection" issues on the parents or guardians.
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Tip #1 -
Allow your child to play with her food.
Yes, you heard me right. Trying something new can be a challenge to small children. Allow them to use all their senses to explore new and sometimes strange fruits and vegetables. Let him hold the kiwi and treat it as a ball before you cut it and let him eat the green inside. Let her pretend to color with the celery stick before she tries it.
Tip #2 -
Encourage your child to be creative with their food.
Make fruit salad into a smiley face. Use two grape halves as the eyes, a strawberry half as the nose and an orange slice as the mouth. Try ants on a log. If the child is over two, place peanut butter on a banana that has been sliced lengthwise. Sprinkle raisins over the sticky peanut butter to represent the ants. You can also replace the banana with a celery stick.
Tip #3 -
Read stories to your children about food.
This age group loves to spend time listening to their parents read to them. Take advantage of this. Not only will this help their cognitive abilities but can also help them to try healthy foods.
Trying to introduce a protein rich egg, read Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss.
Oliver's Vegetables, Rabbit Food or any Veggie Tales book is great while introducing new vegetables.
Alligator Arrived with Apples or Oliver's Fruit Salad helps to get new fruit down. You may even want to play the game Hi, Ho Cherrio, too.
Wanting your little one to like whole grains, try If You Give A Pig A Pancake, If You Give A Moose A Muffin or The Little Red Hen.
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