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We have accepted the psychiatric story that virtually all of our children are mentally ill or disordered. Tonight we examine the section of the DSM that describes the many so-called disorders of childhood including Oppositional-Defiant Disorder, Learning Disorders, Attention-Deficit Disorder, Separation Anxiety Disorder and Reactive Attachment Disorder. The mental heath industry has successfully fostered the idea that drugs are often, if not always, the superior method of "treating" these problems and have turned our children into legions of little addicts. We have as a society convinced our children that they are failures if they are not super achievers in school and do not make the "right" college. We have successfully implanted the idea in millions of youngsters that any and all of the adults who are not their familiars are potential kidnappers, sexual perverts and otherwise dangerous to their interests and to be avoided at all costs. Increasingly our children see their society as a hostile and dangerous place to live in. Most importantly, we will examine the truth of the story now suffocating America's young and what we might do about it.
The Stories for Children show airs on Mondays here on the Featured World of Ink Network. Host Virginia S Grenier brings listeners Best-selling to Debut children's and young adult authors.
This week our guest will debut author L.R.W. Lee, who is touring her middle grade fantasy adventure, Andy Smithson: Blast of the Dragon’s Fury (Book 1) throughout May 2013.
If you love fast-paced adventures with unexpected twists, there’s plenty of action and suspense found throughout the Land of Oomaldee.
Since the age of eight, L.R.W. Lee knew she wanted to write a book. Fortunately or unfortunately, she required of herself that she have something significant to say; she sought to contribute to others in a way that could change their lives. Because a degree in Accounting at Cedarville University, as well as work in public and corporate accounting, did not provide riveting fodder for a best seller, she waited. Upon selling her business in early 2012, she had time to write and, more importantly, something significant to share.
You can find out more about L.R.W. Lee, her middle grade fantasy adventure series and her World of Ink Author/Book Tour at http://tinyurl.com/bnfe6ax
Find out more about Virginia S Grenier and the rest of the World of Ink Network hosts at http://worldofinknetwork.com or at their blog http://authorsofworldofinknetwork.blogspot.com/
Guest Lady MJ Warrior!
Stories from the brainreels is our time to share real stories about real brains.
This show highlights the stories, arts, and activism, and advocacy of folks with brain injuries and other disabilities. It's not a show about medicine, research or rehabilitation. We want to know how you explore day to day life with brain injury. And we want to use our stories to connect with the larger disability community.
We use a lot of h
20th Episode: March 7, 2013
The Show: Black American Stories
Host: Jynsen R Henry, Director of Black American Stories
To encourage African Americans/Black people to learn the history of their ancestry. To learn where they come from, who they were in America and who they were before taken to America. To find out what happen to them as a people, as a nation! This show is designed to expose the truth and give information on how the Black community can once again come together with it's self and it's country, America.
Eyewitness: The Negro in American History A Living Documentary Of The Afro-American Contribution To U.S. History. Written by William Loran Katz
Today we start on page 22; The Middle and New England Colonies.
Discrimination did keep the Negro from rising as far as he might have.
Black American Stores, to know your history, is to know who you are and where your going! www.blackamericanstories.com
Join Host Virginia S Grenier on Monday May 13, 2013 as guest author Jewel Kats visits the show. They will be talking about Jewel's lastest graphic novel "DiTzAbled Princess" and recent events to help spread awareness.
"DitzAbled Princess" comes out as a web comic on Tapastic.com and Marvelous Spirit Press published a graphic novel based on this character. It's a hybrid of a women's comic book meets graphic novel.
Once a teen runaway, Jewel Kats is now a self-made Diva. She’s authored seven books! For six years, she penned a syndicated teen advice column for Scripps Howard News Service (USA) and TorStar Syndication Service (Canada). Jewel also interned in the TV studio of Entertainment Tonight Canada. Her books have been featured in Ability Magazine twice. She recently made a guest appearance on Accessibility in Action. Jewel appeared in a documentary series by the Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada) in September of 2012.
Katarina Andriopoulos has made art her life’s passion. Her beginnings started with a crayon in her hand, and resulted in a Graphic Design diploma from Durham College. Along the way, she’s been honored with various awards, including: “Most Vision” by the Durham College’s design faculty and had her portfolio featured at the Design Exchange (DX) in Toronto.
You can find out more about Jewel Kats, her books and World of Ink Author/Book Tour at http://tinyurl.com/cplfx6g