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In the first show and second segment, I discussed the positive and negative strategies couples use to maintain a relationship and stay close during pregnancy. An example of positive behaviors to keep the relationship close is being open in a relationship. An example of negative behaviors explained in the second show is using avoidance or deception (which is not always bad) as a way to make sure the relationship is as normal as possible during pregnancy. In this third segment, I will have a female guest (who just gave birth) explain her experiences with the positive and negative ways she and her husband maintained their relationship during pregnancy and offering tips for future pregnant partners. Please join me and call in to share your feedback.
When news breaks that you and your partner are pregnant for the first time, what changes are you experincing when it comes to your relationship? How has communication changed with you and your partner during pregnancy? What do you do to keep your relationship strong. Join me as I share some findings about this topic and we discuss your experiences with maintaining your relationship during this time.
In the first show, we discussed what the positive strategies pregnant couples used to maintain a relationship that makes them satisfied and committed. In this second show, we’ll focus on the dark side/negative behaviors couples use in trying to maintain the relationship during pregnancy. As I notice in some couples, partners may use these behaviors as ways to manipulate and control the other person to keep the relationship close. Join me as I share some of my observations with friends and participate in this discussion as we focus on the dark side of maintaining the relationship during pregnancy.
On this show we're gonna talk about the security of the southern border, the brutality of the drug cartels and some other shit. During the after show transmission on 4 Sep, we held a caller over and he told us a story that our listeners need to hear. Why are we not stepping up security at the border ahead of the 9/11 and Benghazi anniversaries? Checkout the Bead Window Radio Facebook page for related articles and videos.
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Are you trying to get pregnant fast? Are you suffering with a high risk pregnancy?
You'll be amazed and thrilled as you learn how Sandra Jones-Keller turned her journey of a high-risk pregnancy into life altering work for other women and couples. You will learn simple techniques to easily have two-way communication with your baby saving yourself from unnecessary worry, fear and stress.
I'm sure you're aware of many stories where the couple tries for years to get pregnant only to conceive a set of triplets after they adopted from a third world country. Well, there is something to the power of your intention. When you can learn to harness your energy and direct it to your desired results miracles and wonders happen.
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In her new book Drug War Capitalism, Dawn Paley moves beyond the usual horror stories, beyond journalistic rubbernecking and hand-wringing, to follow the thread of the Drug War story throughout the entire region of Latin America and all the way back to US boardrooms and political offices. This unprecedented book chronicles how terror is used against the population at large in cities and rural areas, generating panic and facilitating policy changes that benefit the international private sector, particularly extractive industries like petroleum and mining.
David H. Pope is a 1974 graduate of the University of Florida (BA with High Honors; Phi Beta Kappa) and a 1977 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law (JD). From January 1978 through December 2006, David practiced in Atlanta, Georgia in the firm of Carr, Tabb & Pope and its predecessor firms. Throughout his 29 year career as a private lawyer, David was in the forefront of environmental law in the south, handling cases under many of the federal environmental statutes and well as under state and common law.
David’s legal work has been acknowledged by his peers through an AV Rating in Martindale Hubble and inclusion in Best Lawyers In America and Georgia’s Super Lawyers. Following retirement from private practice at the end of 2006, David joined the Southern Environmental Law Center as Director of the Georgia/Alabama office in Atlanta. The Southern Environmental Law Center is a non-profit, public-interest law firm devoted to protecting the environment and special places in the South.
The deadliest drug in America...cocaine, heroin, ectasy...none of the above. A reality check, ALCOHOL still the deadliest drug in U.S.
Lethal violence in poor minority communities is often associated with 'THE WIRE'---cocaine and heroin. NO THEY DO NOT TOP THE LIST. The answer is ALCOHOL. ALCOHOLis involved in more homicides than pretty much every other substance combined.
Survey of people incarcerated for violent crimes indicate that about 40% have been drinking at the time they committed these offenses. Offenders drink ALCOHOL because it plays a distinctive role. It lowers inhibitions and among some people, fosters aggressive behavoir that rachets up the risk that violence will occur.
DRINKING may impair your...etc.
DRINKING narrows your options...etc.
Unfit to drive, accept...etc.
ALCOHOL appears among young...etc.
DRINKING, A NATIONAL PROBLEM...etc.
Pregnancy and child birth is a major life transition that brings along joy and happiness, right? not always.
What every mother needs to know
1 in 7 mothers experience Postpartum Mood Disorder that is often not diagnosed or treated. These moms find themselves overwhelmed and stressed. They struggle emotionally with severe depression, anxiety and panic attacks or OCD; suffering alone in silence, feeling very bad about themselves, and without much help or hope.
In this interview Dr. Sadigh and his special guest Dalia Kenig, M.A.,MFT discuss the signs and symptoms of Postpartum emotional challenges and the ways to prevent worsening of the conditions. Find out what you need to doand how to get back on the path of recovery.
Dalia Kenig is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in Pregnancy and Postpartum emotional wellness. She provides free screening to any concerned woman and offers specialized counseling for women, couples and their families. She is also a member of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and advocates on Pregnancy Postpartum Emotional wellness for mothers.
The Alchemist – Drug Use throughout the Ages
From the dawn of time, man has harnessed the extraordinary powers offered up by the Earth in the form of plants and herbs without number. These treasures were created by God for the service of all man providing food for his sustenance and remedies for his healing. Through a proper and balanced use of these plants and herbs, the physician was able to produce, medicines, antidotes and poultices that took away pain, cured diseases and prolonged life. But like so many gifts of God, even these would fall to corruption; and the very medicines which the Lord hath created for our benefit had now become tools of Evil. Practitioners of witchcraft, sorceries, and shamanic magic would use these alchemical altered medicines to heighten perceptions and shatter the barriers of our reality, All in an attempt to communicate with beings from beyond the mortal realm. Some were so forward in this wickedness that entire religious customs and practices were created around particular drugs. In modern times some scholars have even gone so far as to suggest that mind altering drugs have influenced every major religious experience the world has ever known including those of Moses and the Biblical Prophets.
Join us today for another installment of “From Darkness to Light” as we give new meaning to the War on Drugs by exposing the historical and present day misuse of the Heavenly Fathers great medicines of the Earth.
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Since more babies born with congenital heart defects are surviving to adulthood than ever before, more families are affected by the possibility of getting pregnant or having a family. What options are available to women born with congenital heart defects? with critical congenital heart defects? Are there absolutely certain congenital heart defects which are too risky for women to chance getting pregnant? Do adults with congenital heart defects have the stamina to raise a family? These are some of the issues we will address in this show.
Coach Wise joins me to answer some recruting questions and we will discuss the upcoming high school and college games this week. We will make some predictions and spend some time talking about HS Football in Georgia and Texas. Marquee games all around.
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