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Ellen Hopkins is the New York Times bestselling author of Crank, Burned, Impulse, Glass, Identical, Tricks,Fallout, Perfect, Triangles, Tilt, and Collateral. She lives in Carson City, Nevada, with her husband and son. Hopkin's Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest pages get thousands of hits from teens who claim Hopkins is the "only one who understands me", and she can be visited at ellenhopkins.com
Ellen joins Lauren as they discuss her inspiration for writing "Crank" and her personal experience with her daughters drug addiction to Meth. Every mother and child will want to hear what Ellen has to say ~ The pressures teens face in today’s society are very real and even good kids can be drawn to the dark side.
with Ellen Dolgen
Ellen Dolgen is an outspoken women’s health and wellness advocate, menopause awareness expert, author, and speaker.
After struggling through the silence that surrounds menopause, Ellen resolved to help women reach out and end the confusion, embarrassment, and less-than-lovely symptoms that come with “the change.” Her passion to be a “sister” to all women fueled Ellen’s book, Shmirshky: the pursuit of hormone happiness. As a result of her women’s wellness journey, and in response to the overwhelming thirst of her ever-expanding audience for empowering information, Ellen’s weekly blog, Menopause Mondays was born.
Mary Ellen Bruneau was a long time single mother when she married for the first time in her 40's. Thinking she had found "the one" who would provide for her, love her, be her companion, she soon realized what a mistake the marriage was.
Educated with degrees in criminal justice and psychology, Mary Ellen saw the writing on the wall, that the marriage was a continuous battle of keeping him happy , making changes to herself, but he was never happy enough. Violence was only another step away.
Play every day with the energy of a child and enjoy a life that hums to a joyful vibration. Be in control of your health!! Ellen Livingston invites you to DO just that as the special guest today on InTouch Interviews. Through the transformational- power of healthy living, Ellen holds the space and guides you to free yourself of physical pain, to experience clarity of thought, emotional poise and spiritual awakening. Ellen has studied nutrition for years, teaches yoga and has a tremendous amount of wonderful information to share with YOU! www.newlivingnow.com
Ellen Eatough, MA, also known as “The Soulful Sex Coach,” is the founder and CEO of Extatica.com: The Way to an Erotic, Ecstatic Love Life. She has been a “MOMpreneur” since her first son was born over 30 years ago.
She is a certified hypnotherapist with a master’s degree in East-
West Psychology, which is a marriage of western psychology and eastern spiritual traditions. Over the last twenty years she has helped many thousands of people enjoy better sex with deeper intimacy.
She is the producer of the lovemaking enhancement system “4 Keys to Sexual Ecstasy.” It includes the CD “Love Unbound,” music for lovemaking infused with Auditory Pheromones.
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This week we will have Ellen Gee on with us. She's the host of The Evolution of Perspective and co-host on the Divas Dish.
After struggling through the silence that surrounds menopause, Ellen resolved to help women reach out and end the confusion, embarrassment, and less-than-lovely symptoms that come with “the change.” Her passion to be a “sister” to all women fueled Ellen’s book, Shmirshky: the pursuit of hormone happiness. As a result of her women’s wellness journey, and in response to the overwhelming thirst of her ever-expanding audience for empowering information, Ellen’s weekly blog, Menopause Mondays™ was born.
Dr. Mache Seibel’s one of the leading voices in medicine, guiding women on how to navigate menopause and what can be a very confusing time in a woman’s life and health. Dr. Mache Seibel is the Founder of My Menopause Magazine. You may contact me at email@example.com and also check my website http://www.doctorseibel.com
This week the hosts, Dr. Kim & Dr. Jeannie, will be sharing the half hour with guest, Ellen Welk, a regular listener to ATN, as well as a student of animal naturopathy. Ellen is also a natural rearing breeder of Golden Retrievers.
This is the 4th of our ongoing presentations with regular listeners to Animal Talk Naturally. Each month we'll feature another listener.
The Huffington Post has hailed Ellen and Lana Ector as “two spunky women seeking to break the myth about how black women interact with fitness,” while Ebony magazine called their Black Girls Workout Too video “an exercise program that pushes females to rigorously increase their heart rate while toning their entire body.” So when Saturdays host Joy Keys asked the mother-daughter team ‘Who’s your supertar crush in terms of body type?’ our curiosity was piqued. “I like Pilar Sanders. She’s really slim and sexy, with a little muscle tone,” said Lana, 23. Ellen, however, simply replied, “Myself. I’m 60 years old and I like the way I look and love what I’m doing.” If only every sexagenarian sounded so sexy!
Hot Topic Menopause
Ellen Dolgen is a Health and Wellness Advocate, Menopause Expert, Author and Speaker. she has become an outspoken advocate for women focusing on women of all ages.
Ellen wrote the book, Smirshky: the pursuit of hormone happiness. It is a cut-to-the-chase book filled with crucial information and hilarious heartfelt stories about perimenopaue and menopause.
Ellen Lee: Impassioned Environmentalist Believes Sustainability Equals Sensibility in Both Vehicles and Life
Who: Ellen Lee, technical expert, plastics research Role: Researcher working to replace traditional, petroleum-based plastics with alternative composites that are better for the environment and the customer
Did you know? Lee enjoys reading cookbooks like most people read novels
Visit Ellen Lee at her home in Ann Arbor, Mich., and chances are better than average she’ll be outside, working in the garden.
“We grow...a little bit of everything,” she says, laughing. “I love fresh vegetables. We have 10 raised beds, and that’s not enough. Every year, I say, ‘I need more room!’’’
Lee’s green thumb shouldn’t surprise anyone. At Ford, Lee is part of a unique team that works to make products more sustainable through science and technology innovation. The team researches traditional, petroleum-based plastics and looks to Mother Nature to create alternate composites that are durable, lightweight and better for the environment.
These all-new composite recipes include more natural ingredients, such as soy oil, wheat straw fiber, cellulose and the sugars in corn, sugarbeets and sugarcane.
“One of our biggest success stories so far is soy foam,” Lee says. All Ford North American-built vehicles use bio-based foam in seat cushions and backs. Ford’s use of bio-based foam has helped the company reduce its petroleum oil use by more than 3 million pounds annually and carbon dioxide emissions by more than 15 million pounds.
Even more recently, Ford and Lear Corporation introduced a new head restraint foam with 25 percent of the polyol replaced with soy.