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Join Joyce and Aaron as we interview Karen Tyrell, author of "Cracking The Dementia Code, Creative Solutions to Cope With Changed Behaviors." If you have a loved one who is suffering with dementia, listen in to hear coping skills and how to ease their agitation.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
We all deal with pain and disappointment some time in our lives. What we do with those times can make or break our future. On Monday, July 14, noon PDT/3 p.m. EDT/8 p.m. UK, will share her experience of "Cracking the Chrysalis: The Transformation of Pain into Fulfilling Purpose" on Purpose Talk Radio.
Carolan is a dynamic singer, songwriter and speaker. A spiritual warrior, armed with her gifts of music, voice and healing arts, she creates life-changing, magical experiences that serve to light a path to vibrant, empowered and joyous living. By using the tools of positive life-affirming music and mindful practice, Carolan’s life and the lives of those with whom she shared her music and spiritual insights were transformed. Today Carolan creates musical experiences that gently guide her audiences into a life of vibrant color and help them awaken to the transforming power of Love. Her music and writings are enjoyed worldwide and her concerts are a life-changing multi-dimensional healing experience.
For more of our guest's background, visit Purpose Talk Radio.
Each Monday at 12 noon PST/3 pm EST/8 pm UK, our host, Cindy Freeman, and her guests bring insights and ideas to help you grow in your Soul path. Cindy's guests are experts in many areas including spirituality, money, coaching, etc. Most importantly her guests are experts on living their life with a purpose and are willing to share with listeners how they got there and how others might benefit from their experience. Join Cindy on Mondays live or archived to explore this area. Check out more information at Purpose Talk Radio and join the conversations on Facebook at Purpose Talk Radio Conversations.
Have you ever wondered if there was a code to caring for your loved one with dementia?
Certified Dementia Practitioner Karen Tyrell sits down in conversation with host Tami Neumann. They will focus on the concept of peeling back the layers when it comes to understnadng dementia. Karen, the author of Carcaking the Dementia Code will provide us with the necessary tools.
Learn ways to crack this code and develop new skills in managing disruptive behaviors, such as anxiety, aggression and wandering.
Learn more about Karen and find her book on her website.
Shakka Ahmose will join Field Afrikan Radio live. If you haven't heard of this brother I would suggest that you go to Youtube and watch his many discussions on ancient Kemet and Afrika. We will discuss various topics that are all centered around Afrika. Are religions good for Afrikans? Is the Bible a historical document? Are Black people the Jews of the Bible? Did Judaism steal its stories from Egypt/Kemet? Is Islam a Afrikan religion? Are Black people Hebrew Israelites? We will ask those questions and many more. Join us in our discussion and ask Shakka Ahmose those questions you've always wanted answered about Egypt, religion etc. and maybe he can answer them.
On the Wednesday, June 26th 2013 broadcast at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our special guests are co-authors of the recently published book: 'Cracking Health Costs' Tom Emerick and Al Davis.
For information or to order the book see: Cracking Health Costs.
The published abstract indicates:
Cracking Health Costs reveals the best ways for companies and small businesses to fight back, right now, against rising health care costs. This book proposes multiple, practical steps that you can take to control costs and increase the effectiveness of the health benefit. The book is all about rolling back health care costs to save companies and employees money. Working hand-in-hand with their employees, businesses need to ensure that, whenever feasible, employees with the most expensive diagnoses get optimal treatment at hospitals not practicing “volume-driven” medicine for higher profits. Less than 10% of employees incur 80% of costs. About 20% of patients have been completely misdiagnosed, while many others are simply the victims of surgeons who are either practicing bad medicine or overtreating for profit. For example, some companies, such as Walmart and Lowe’s, are turning to the “Centers of Excellence” approach author Tom Emerick helped to pioneer while running benefits for Walmart. Join us for an informative chat with Tom and Al.
Author Gary Rodriguez will be my guest on Sunday, Dec. 14th. We'll be chatting about his new book, Escape Through the Wilderness.
About the book:
Escape Through The Wilderness is a timely reminder that children's adventure stories remain ever popular and this is one that deserves to grab the spotlight. A full on attention grabber from the start, Rodriguez spins his debut in endearing prose, his plot exciting, inventive and wholly convincing in its implementation, with plenty of unpredicted twists and turns along the way. Undeniably, a story about friendship, his young protagonists are ably observed with well-crafted personas which allow room for growth as their peril evolves. It’s a splendid telling that will certainly engage the imaginations of his young readers. There’s suspense, plenty of tension and gratifyingly dark overtures which children will lap up, but it never feels rushed with every chapter leaving the reader hungry for more. On cursory reflection it is simply a cracking story, but the thematic undertones reflect the loss of innocence and the fundamental issue of survival which would be invaluable for parent-child discussion.
About the author:
My name is Gary Rodriguez, and I live in California. I'm the president of LeaderMetrix Inc., a consulting company that specializes in senior-level executive coaching, organizational development, and conflict resolution.
Previously, I worked for eighteen years in the radio business as an executive where I spent several years as one of the original managers of Infinity Broadcasting.
As the 1st blood moon phase comes to a close, and the 2nd is on the horizon, the world erupts into chaos. Now huge cracks opening up in the earth in the Canary Islands, Pakistan, and Mexico. Ferguson Mo. is a nightmare. Our boarders are wide open, radical Muslims are now in America ready to attack, and they are boasting that an attack is coming to a major city!!. Tune in 10pm central time tonight...
Notions of race are created to justify slavery because once you point out differences in people, it is easier to start judging and ranking them; positioning some races as more superior than others. One way this has been demonstrated in America is during the time of Jim Crow Laws. By this time slavery had been abolished but this was a new type of slavery. These laws limited certain freedoms and separated and ranked citizens solely based on race. Some of these limited freedoms included separate eating areas, separate drinking fountains, and separate bathrooms. Jim Crow laws were eventually abolished but this slavery idea still exists today but more through socially constructed laws versus U.S. laws. Examples of this include the war on drugs and the multiple cases of cops treating people unfairly based on the color of their skin.
Several racial bribes representative of Jim Crow Laws that exist in America today include the mass imprisonment of more people of color than white people, the war on drugs, and discrimination. As Alexander points out in her book, The New Jim Crow, mass imprisonment started back during the Civil Rights Movement when people of color would do legal acts, such as protesting, they would be viewed and handled as criminal acts. The rise in crime rates was also linked not to any other social and economic factor but only to the African American unemployment rates and the Civil Rights Movement. This type of thinking was lead by the conservatives to secretly find ways to maintain white supremacy in America. This crime was also what sparked the war on drugs, which increased the surveillance and severity of punishment for possession or the selling of drugs. Drugs and crime in areas of poverty where there was a great African American population and by cracking down on drugs they could arrest and charge more people of color. Lastly, discrimination is still seen today in jobs, income, living situations, care, and education.
Is Burt Reynolds broke? Did Justin Bieber had another run in with the law? Why is Toni Braxton cracking the whip on her ex-husband? Why did Rapper Xzibit spend his wedding night in handcuffs? Did Lady Gaga opened up about being rape? And who are some of the recording artists that made the list as the the richest in the world? Tune in to That's Entertainment! Your #1 source for entertainment news and pop culture, every Wednesday afternoon, with your host Tammy Jones-Gibbs, today at 1pm ET on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs.
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I will be playing a sensitive clip - NO UNDER 18 allowed. Eric Garner died on July 17 after police placed him in a chokehold and then pinned him to the ground. At a march recently, demonstrators chanted "I can’t breathe!" referring to the 11 times Eric Garner said that as he was held down by New York City Police Department officers. Many have called for the officers in the case to be brought to justice. The death of the 43-year-old African-American father of six has sparked a larger national debate about the NYPD’s use of excessive force and its policy of cracking down on low-level offenses. It also comes as demonstrations have erupted nationwide over other police killings of unarmed men. The protesters in Staten Island chanted "Hands up, don’t shoot!" a fraterntity of people calling for the end of police elitism inculding the people of Ferguson, Missouri, who are protesting the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. All calls will be taken. Remember to press 1 to be picked for discussion of topic. All voices hold value even if I or someone else does not agree with you . Racial violence has returned to the streets of America ; but did it ever leave . Has this culture of intellectual elitism rationalized "justified murder " ? Let us one from one another as we discuss this and other topics. I will be discussing the #CDCwhistleblower and how it relates to racial violence in America. The medical profiling of African American boy infants, toddlers and children All lives matter.
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