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There's a right way and a wrong way to deal with grief. And even with the very best coping skills, grief is still painful. The holidays can be very challenging for people who have recently lost someone near and dear to them.
Sometimes people never deal with the grief, and are still suffering years after a loved one has died. We can show you some techniques and ways of thinking through grief, so that you can reduce your suffering while still honoring the memory of the person you loved. Clarissa and Jennifer will discuss some right ways and wrong ways to deal with grief.
Call 347-215-7225 & share how you cope with loss during the holidays or ask for advice and/or share your favorite holiday memory with your belated loved one.
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“Who’s going to carve the turkey this year now that Dad has died?”
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, Ramadan, Kwanza and New Year’s Day are annual holidays that can be a very difficult time for people who have experienced the death of someone loved. Holidays force us to realize how much our lives have been changed by the loss of our loved one. Particularly in the first year, many bereaved are left with having to develop new holiday rituals and traditions. Judy Brizendine, author of award-winning books, STUNNED by Grief and STUNNED by Grief Journal, will gently guide us through the chaos and confusion of coping with grief, especially during the Holidays, in a realistic, revealing, personal, and practical way.
Judy Brizendine--author, blogger, and speaker--is a woman with a passionate mission that developed as a result of a tragic loss. The statement, “Out of your deepest pain comes your greatest gift,” describes her experience.
Judy’s goal is to meet you wherever you are, and connect with you in such a way that you’ll know you can make it through this experience and discover a new sense of hope and direction.
Contact Information for Judy Brizendine:
Author of STUNNED by Grief and STUNNED by Grief Journal
P.O. Box 296
Lake Forest, CA 92609-0296
949.281.6933 (business phone)
Most people have heard of Groundhog's Day (February 2nd); but did you know that there are many other pet and animal holidays that are not so well known? There are whole months devoted to certain pets and pet causes, and there are also weeks and days. Join hosts J and D as they shed some light on many of these holidays and celebrations devoted to various species of our animal companions. It should be a fun and interesting show! Don't miss it! Saturday, September 27th, at 5PM, CST.
Your Thursdays just got a whole lot sexier with Jasmine Fox and The Martini Panel. You do know we talk about you over Martini's right? Jasmine Fox has gathered her girls together and they give you a show packed with Humor, Truth, Beauty Tips, Product Reviews, Gossip, The Fox Box, and so much more. You definitely want to tune in to hear all we have to say about relationships, sex, frenemies, and fashion. Make sure you tune in every other Thursday at 7pm to FEMinite Thursdays with The Ladies of Just FLO Radio.
Tune in to FEMinite Thursdays with The Martini Panel. Get Ready cause these sexy ladies are lighting your airwaves up every other Thursday on The Hottest LGBT station for us and by us.
Hosted by Matt G and "Doc" Savage
For many, the holidays aren't always a happy time. Some people equate the holidays with stress, pain, lonliness, fear and sadness. This week, we'll address it. We'll all share our stories of what makes the holidays difficult for us and try to help each other heal and make the holidays happier. We encourage our listeners to call in and share their stories or give advice on how they deal with this time of year.
This episode is dedicated to Oliver (1999-2012), the most loyal and loving companion and best friend anyone could ever have.
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This show will address anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive eating. I will also explore coping with death and dying and sudden changes in behavior.
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For some people, stress and pressure are badges of honor. Many people talk proudly of how much stress they are under. The implication is that these people are stressed because they are doing very important work and have a significant amount of responsibility.
On the other hand, for some people, admitting to having stress is a display of weakness. Women (studies show) feel more comfortable using the term "stress" than men. They describe feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, and tension as stress. Even depression is often described as a symptom or a result of stress.
Whatever we call it, prolonged stress is not healthy and should not be touted as an essential part of life. However, new findings have come to light that tell us it is not the stress itself that is dangerous but whether or not we believe we are stressed. In other words, it's the way we "feel" about stress that makes stress stressful.
So, if we feel stress is harmful and we talk about how bad stress is for us, we make it even worse. If we don't see stress as bad or harmful, it won't be. The power of the mind should not be underrated. You can do lots of simple things to manage your stress. Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, and learn what you can do.
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Even though emotions are not a part of the diagnostic criteria for ADHD in the DSM-5, researchers agree that emotions are as much a part of ADHD as attention. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, we are interviewing clinical psychologist Dr. Thomas E. Brown (www.DrThomasEBrown.com) around why those with ADHD struggle so much with emotions, the role emotions play in executive functioning, the impact of emotions on working memory, and how emotions impact the “Google” search function in our brain. We also ask him to specifically use the concept of erectile dysfunction as a metaphor to help understand the chemical dynamics of the brain. Dr. Brown is an ADHD thought leader. He is articulate and on point. The only reason to miss this show is if you are in crisis or someone in your family is giving birth! That’s right. The content is that good!
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
Join us as we celebrate the release of Christopher's first-ever book, Holidays in Heaven.
Do you ever wonder what our loved ones on The Other Side are doing during the holidays? Do they celebrate the holidays? Do they come to visit us as we gather together with family to welcome the season? All those questions and more are answered in Christopher Reburn's 'Holidays in Heaven'. This book explores The Other Side during one of the most spiritual and festive times of the year -- Thanksgiving & Christmas. 'Holidays in Heaven' also includes an exercise on how you can connect with loved ones on The Other Side, as well as a healing meditation for those who have lost loved ones during the holidays and other special times of the year. This is a very special book dedicated to Christopher's beloved Grandfather -- who crossed over on Christmas morning 2008.
Get your copy of "Holidays in Heaven" on Amazon now for $2.99!
Here's the link http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NAGQ4U6
Fr. Dan Brandt has been active in the Police Chaplains' Ministry since 2004, assisting his predecessor, Fr. Tom Nangle. Dan was ordained a Priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago in May of 1999. A northwest side native, he has served as Associate Pastor of St. William Parish (in 025), then as Pastor of Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Bridgeport (in 009), before replacing Fr. Nangle upon his retirement in 2011. Now the full-time Director of the Chaplains' Unit, Fr. Dan resides at a parish in Logan Square. Fr. Brandt and the whole Police Chaplains Ministry aimed to provide pastoral care and crisis ministry to members of the CPD family.
Police chaplains serve in a wide variety of ways. They may be called upon to assist and support victims in times of crisis, assist in death notifications, respond to suicide incidents, and serve as part of a crisis response team. This episode is an opportunity to tell you about chaplains' work with police officers and also provide advice to members of our communities who face moments of crisis, difficult times, or tragedy.
For more details, you can visit Police Chaplains Ministry website or follow them on Facebook.
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