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Please call into our show 424-243-9540 August 21st, 2015 5:30pm - 6:50pm (Pacific Time) and 8:30pm-9:50pm (Eastern Time)
How many of us finally found companionship in the brain injury community through friendships, love, loyalty, and communication?
How many are there that still need to?
We understand each other. We have each other. We help each other throught the hard times, share with good times, and guide each other through it all.
Please join us sharing our stories, struggles and accomplishments through the brain injury consequences that has brought us together.
Please invite other friends, families, and the public who don't know our organization exists.
We need to make public awareness to who we are and what we do. You do not need to be brain injured to join in on our calls.
Our calls include caregivers, survivors, companions, family members, motivators who understand neurological impairments don't have to hold anyone down!
*Shows are recorded for later listening and for FCC regulations. *Foul language, Anger, Racism, or Drug Use will not be allowed on the calls
...Open your doors and invite someone that you may know will be alone to join you at your table...Holidays can be trying times for Individuals with an Addiction. As MY Sponsor once told me - "DANNY - IF IT AFFECTS YOUR SOBRIETY IN AN ADVERSE MANNER - THEN DON'T DO IT!" Good advice throughout the year, regardless whether it is a Holiday or just ANY OLE DAY! Because I work a program that has kept me sober - I am Thankful for the many invitations that I receive these days for me to join others/family /friends /Clients at their tables alongside their Parents / Children / Cousins / Friends. Not something that would have happened to me BEFORE I sobered up. In fact our AA Club will be hosting an ALL NIGHT Vigil in order to KEEP THE DOORS OPEN FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS THE COMPANY OR COMPANIONSHIP - Ultimately keeping ALL OF US SOBER! We will play cards, eat food, hold Discussion / Meetings - all with the intentions of keeping oneself for gettings lost in our minds. A place that when I was initially Sober - was considered to be a VERY BAD & UNSAFE PLACE TO GO. Having completed the 12 Steps repeatedly over these past 20 years, I no longer have to avoid ALONE TIME, as I have long since Forgiven Myself and have made amends with many individuals that I hurt when I was actively caught up in my Addiction.
Join me/Us EVERY SUNDAY EVENING FROM 7 to 9 PM as we Broadcast LIVE - our persoanl day to day lives, and experiences as well as what it took for us to get and to stay CLEAN & SOBER. Or call-in number which will allow you to share comments, thoughts, criticisms, & even your own personal EXPERIENCE /STRENGTH / & HOPES, (YOUR STORY) with our audience. You might be amazed at how listening or even participating with our program can bring comfort to you or anyone that may need support or knowledge of recovering from an addiction. Our Call-In number is 323-580-5755 - JOIN US - AND HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
'Upfront & Straightforward' Host Alan Roger Currie conducts another one of his "Open Forum Discussion" topic episodes, with this one centering on the the three major roles that motivate single women to seek out male companionship
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Meet author Michael Modzelewski. He's been a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show,and other major networks when his first book, Inside Passage garnered him tons of publicity! Today he'll be chatting with me about his latest book, WILD LIFE: THE MISS--ADVENTURES OF A COSMO BACHELOR
About the book:
"An explorer returns from the wilds to find himself suddenly famous, a Cosmo Bachelor with women clamoring after him. Setting out to solve the mystery of what women really want, he is led on a journey of discovery, unlike anything encountered in the wilds. Based on a true story, WILD LIFE is a fun read, full of adventure, sex, hilarity, but it's also more. Ultimately, it's about the search for love and meaning in the wilderness known as modern life." -- Cassandra King, author of The Sunday Wife and Queen of Broken Hearts
About the author:
While living on a wilderness island in the Inside Passage to Alaska for years in isolation, studying the wildlife (no female companionship), I wrote my first book, INSIDE PASSAGE: LIVING WITH BALD EAGLES, KILLER WHALES AND KWAKIUTL INDIANS. It was published by HarperCollins in NYC. Unbeknownst to me, Cosmopolitan Magazine, the best-selling women's magazine in the world (in 100 countries; translated into 87 languages) chose me as one of their "Bachelors of The Month" and eventually "Man of The Year." At the same time, AlaskaMen Magazine made me their centerfold story (I got a staple in my navel but got to keep my parka on : ) I went from famine-to-feast -- no dates in the Alaska wilderness to 5,000 letters from women around the world. I dated many, and that is how I met my wife. It's every man's fantasy with a happy ending.
It's a serious situation that many couples and friends have faced.The goal of every living thing is to maximize their pleasure and minimize their pain. No one wants to be sick or have many health problems because that is never pleasurable. Choosing a mate or a friend is usually a pleasurable experience and building a life and/or companionship with them is definitely supposed to be pleasurable but can we stand the rain? Do we know how to be truly loyal in hard times? Would you be able to withstand your resolve and even be faithful if your spouse or significant other became inflicted with a serious, potentially long-term or fatal illness? Would you/could you be there and stay there? What if they required intensive attention and care? Would you adjust your schedule to accommodate them and their needs? What if they were unable to perform sexually or even physically? Would you slow down for them?
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn is proud to have the one and only Geoff Rhodes as co-host tonight! We are so excited to have on Matt Larsen and have Trevor Maroshek back on!
Matt Larsen is a former United States Marine, United States Army Ranger and Black Belt Magazine's Hall of Fame combatives instructor. He is known as "The Father of Modern Combatives, credited with the creation of the United States Army's modern combatives doctrine and the establishment of the U.S. Army Combatives School He has also been credited with pushing Hopology, a science that studies human combative behavior and performance, into the modern era.
Trevor will be joining us to talk about the impact of WAR Dogs for both the handlers and other service members on and off the battlefield. We will talk about how and why it is so necessary to enable handlers to retire their working dogs and how difficult it is to do so. He will share his firsthand experience of having to go through that process with his Combat VETERAN dog, Chopper. Trevor was deployed 4 times as part of Special Ops team & helped develop the SEAL’s first canine combat unit. Chopper the SEAL dog saved Trevor and his Special Operation's team from an ambush in Afghanistan.
Trevor will share with us The SEAL Dog Foundation's goal to bring companionship, love, and support to all VETERANS by providing dogs and training. We will also discuss the importance of finding homes for military working dog heroes.
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Gayle M. Irwin enjoys sharing her passion for companion animals and the pet-human bond through writing and speaking. In fact, her blind Springer spaniel, Sage, was instrumental in inspiring Gayle to launch her writing career. Gayle has written a wealth of books and short stories that teach valuable life lessons learned from her pets to children and adults alike. She visits libraries and schools, usually with dog in tow, where she speaks on character building topics such as self confidence respect, and disability awareness.
Join us on Tuesday, October 20th, at 8:00 AM MDT, on Step Into the Light with Patti Shene. Gayle will share what she has learned about the unique pet-human bond, how pets can light up our lives, and how we can serve as a light in the life of an abandoned or abused animal.
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When Anne Kaier stopped her car on a busy road to tend to an injured cat, she had no idea how that decision would change her life. Home with Henry: A Memoir (PS Books, $15), tells the story of the slow process of domesticating Henry, the strange urban dwelling that became his home, and the bond that ultimately developed between Henry and his new human companion.
Home with Henry relates the journey Kaier and Henry take together—Kaier giving him the space and time to settle in, little by little enticing him from his hiding spot under the guest bed, introducing him to her beloved resident calico, Lucille, and finally allowing him free reign of her backyard garden. Witty and insightful, the book offers readers practical tips and suggestions about how to introduce new cats, rescue or not, to a home. It also highlights the true joy of pet ownership and the rich companionship pets can offer.
Other guests yet to be announced