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  • Reach Out America: In Defense of America's Children, Raising the Bar

    in Current Events

    Reach Out America: In Defense of America's Children, Raising the Bar


    True stories from the front lines of the fight to keep American families together

  • 01:13

    Why Are Our Rebellious Children Mad With Us Parents: Part 2

    in Radio

    Do your adult children cuss at you and call you names and hurt you for being a good and decent parent?


    Children that were raised in a structured Home and environment, became adults to live chaotic lifestyles..did they do it to be rebellious? Why do children that become adults, decide to choose the road of disappointments and blame the parents?


    Did rebellious adult children that were children think their parents were strict, had other siblings that needed attention that were much younger then they or maybe they just did not want to grow up?


    Why some adult children don't want to be nothing like their orderly and structure parents?


    Is this behavior a rights of passage to let natural consequences take it's inevitable toll on their lives, when they don't want to listen to reason that would lead them to a much happier road to success and a life that is rewarding.


    When children that become adults don't want their parents to be a part of their lives, is it because they want to make them pay for all the good they did in their lives by using structure or order. 


    Should the parent just let go? Its their lives. Hold them accountable, don't let them make you feel guilty for thier choices. Just don't give up on them.


    Join us on a mission to empower parents on how to let go of their rebellious adult children  that love their life in chaos,and live the life you always wanted...PEACE!!

  • 01:15

    Domestic Violence- Implications for Children

    in Family

    For years we have heard victims of Domestic Violence say they are staying for the sake of the children.  Truth is they're doing their children no favors and expose them to greater harm than they imagine.  Join me and my guest Dr. Yvette Kanarick , Psychologist and Author on August 17th, as we discuss attachment  and bonding, influences on the behaviors of victims and batterers and the implications of child victims of domestic violence in the long run. The number for the show is 713-955-0734.

  • 00:32

    YTC & Brian Avery Discuss Raising Genius Children

    in Lifestyle

    Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.


    Brian Avery and his wife, Marina, have three children with stunning academic credentials, each tracking toward rewarding careers. After entertaining questions about how their children performed so well, and listening to dismissals that not everyone can be a genius, the author is sharing the approach he and his wife took. He is an environmental manager for a steel company in Alabama. Both he and his wife have a formal education in engineering. 


    The book, Raising Genius, focuses on preparing children for a globally competitive economy wherein specific disciplines are highly rewarded. Helping prepare children for options in tomorrow’s world is the key objective.With a little effort, guidance, and assistance on your part, life options for your child can be dramatically improved.


    Raising Genius is an intentional misnomer. Many might dismiss your child’s academic and career success as the result of having a genius IQ, but this is not usually the case. Often what we see as “genius” is the result of focused and applied work over time.


    In Raising Genius, the author provides methods, guidance, and strategy to help parents set their children up for academic and career success … success that will enhance options for your child.


    http://www.amazon.com/Raising-Genius-Brian-Avery/dp/1631358871

  • 00:32

    An Author Uplifting Our Children

    in Lifestyle

    Suzy Davies is the author of "Snugs The Snow Bear." This is her debut Children's Fiction book, which is the first one of a series.Suzy was born in Reading, Berkshire, and lived in Aberystwyth, Wales, in her early childhood. The idyllic location instilled in her a love of the sea, which has endured throughout her life.She has lived in Brighton, Sussex, where she taught English, and studied for a Masters Degree in Twentieth Century English Literature.


    One day, Suzy was walking along the beach at Southbourne, when she caught sight of a chalky white bear on the Isle of Wight cliffs. The sight of the enchanting bear captured her imagination, and the idea for Snugs was born. Suzy met a fellow writer  on LinkedIn earlier this year  when on holiday in Florida. They have now married, and Suzy lives with her editor/writer husband in Deltona, Florida, The US! 


    When Suzy is not writing, there is plenty to inspire her in Florida! Suzy enjoys exploring Florida's nature walks, and coastal walks on the famous Daytona Beach, with its abundance of bird life, including seagulls, pelicans, and terns. She loves listening to a variety of music, and enjoys animation. She likes cooking, and reading all kinds of books. Her 1st book was the hit Johari's Window

  • 00:40

    Music for Children

    in Family

    This week on Mom Talk Radio, developmental psychologist, researcher, educator and author of Raising Can-Do Kids, Richard Rende, Ph.D., shares the importance of raising kids to have an entrepreneurial spirit. Spotlight on Moms features Ellen Cusack of DisneyGals.com. Sally Loughridge, Ph.D., author of Daniel and His Starry Night Blanket, shares how her newest book can help families in which children have life threatening illnesses. Jessica Lahey, author of The Gift of Failure, shares the value of self-reliance and resilience. Linda Septien, CEO of the Sepien Entertainment Group, shares the benefits of music for children.

  • 01:28

    Why Are Our Rebellious Children Mad With Us Parents?

    in Education

    This segment is about why our children turning against adults and defying laws that are suppose to bring order?

    Question... Why is our rebellious children mad at us adults.

    What is the reason they feel no one cares about them?

    Why are our children stealing, killing, and destroying in their environment.

    What do we as adult/parent as an inheritance for them?

    I come to discuss whether rapid technological changes, economic woes, and high-profile violence in the media are causing Americans to unravel at the seams.

  • 01:44

    KEEPING YOUR CHILDREN COVERED

    in Prayer

    We're witnessing the spread of the spirit of defience and rebellion as we watch the accompanying


    spirit of death rule. The prince of the power of the air is at work. What can therefore, we do besides watching?


    We can proactively cover the children, grandchildren and great grand children with much prayer.


    The times are desperate and only GOD'S help well do. HE is our only hope. Covering your children


    is the most important work you can do. Join us for live prayer at 6:00 AM, Mon.-Fri. Dial 714.459.3963. 

  • 02:03

    Reach Out America: In Defense of America's Children, Raising the Bar

    in Family

    Reach Out America: In Defense of America's Children, Raising the Bar Join Connie Reguli and hear Stories from the front lines of corruption in America's family court system! 

  • 01:06

    Educating Children

    in Spirituality

    Gil Rustice, Spiritist and psychotherapist, discusses with KR host, Vanessa Anseloni, on the Psychological Spiritist approach to educating children. Call in LIVE to ask a question or make a comment at 858-769-4705.

  • 01:02

    DO CHILDREN DESERVE A SECOND CHANGE?

    in Women

    What would you do if your teenager committed a terrible crime? Would you support rehabilitation for your child? Would you still love your child? Would you fight for your child's freedom after years of imprisonment? We will discuss the case of Wendy Selke.