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  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

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    with the family

    in Family

    with the family

  • 01:20

    Life After Suicide Attempt

    in Spirituality

    Angie Fenimore, author of the book Beyond the Darkness, talks about her would-be suicide experience and she recounts her descent into a hell of terrifying visions and psychic disintegration on the other side of the grave and her return to life through religious faith. Incredible! Join us LIVE at (858) 769-4705.

  • LIVE AFTER DARK - Just Talk / ...After Dark

    in Entertainment

    Tune in tonight!


    Let's Get LIVE!!


    Tonight's show will address this year's hot topics, year's highlights, music and more.


    Catch up on what we've been missing, what you've been missing, and the things you shouldn't miss!


    Next hot movie?


    Who's pouring tea... 


    And what's NEW in new release artists!


    Join tonight's host, Diamond Ryan


    Set that dial... and chill awhile!


    Come on! Chat line will be open.


    Let's Get LIVE! After Dark!

  • 01:28

    Suicide by Truck and the truckers who survive

    in Current Events

    Saturday August 22nd 2015 6PM ET



    Tonight is a very solemn topic for truckers, Suicide by Truck, discussing the horrible incidents of pedestrians and four-wheelers, who choose speeding trucks as an instrument of their suicide  Although the subject matter is not uncommon among veteran drivers, it's not often a preferred topic of discussion in the chat rooms.

    A  truck driver whose truck has been randomly chosen as the means to anothers' end, may silently struggle for years with the horrific guilt and graphic memories of the incident.
     
    Our guest tonight on AskTheTrucker Live  is Carolyn Magner Mason, special contributor for Overdrive Magazine.
    Carolyn has recently written the eerily popular “Suicide by Truck” 4 part series for Overdrive Magazine.


    Video of 'Suicide by truck' on I-35E in Texas caught on owner-operator's dashcam.

    Call in tonight and share your thoughts about this topic, whether it be an opinion, or your own personal experience or even near experience of "Suicide by Truck".


    347-826-9170

  • Depression and Suicide In The Aesthetic Industry

    in Health

    Vanity Fair magazine featured an article on the untimely death by suicide of a beloved aesthetic industry icon, Dr. Fredric Brandt. While many have speculated about what caused such a renowned, successful and loved physician to take his own life, the truth will most likely never be known.  One thing we do know is depression among medical professionals is higher than in most other industries, and according to Psychology Today magazine some physicians are even making career changes. Doctors enter the medical profession to treat unhealthy patients, however, whether it’s the long hours, the lack of gratitude, the low pay, or other life traumas including divorce, family stressors or non-existent personal life, many medical professionals are becoming unhealthy themselves. As Dr. Brandt is not the first aesthetic surgeon to commit suicide in recent years, the Aesthetic Insider Show brings you this exclusive interview with Carla Lundblade, MS LPC NCC, a Beverly Hills Licensed Clinical Therapist, in the hopes of shining a spotlight on this very serious issue. Known as the "911 Celebrity Therapist," Carla provides a full spectrum of focused psychology and counseling services. You can learn more at www.carlalundblade.com.

  • Love within the family unit.

    in Family

    We will focus on agape love or better known as unconditional love. Sometimes our family will mistake agape love for stupidity. When is enough good enough for the family? Should you sacrafice your own marraige and life as parents and siblings, to help other family members achieve their desires at the risk of losing your own desires for each other?

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    POETRY AFTER SIX: WET INK

    in Poetry

    POETRY AFTER SIX is the place to be, chilling in The Green Room with Dray TheDoctor or lounging in V.I.P. with MotherOfSix TONIGHT live on BLOGTALK RADIO 8pm-10pm  (713) 955-0328


    Tune in to listen and visit the chat room or call us we'd love to hear your pen When the Poets are in the building - MOTHERofSIX and THE POET 365 AKA DRAY THEDOCTOR What's happening –


     


    POETRY AFTER SIX - JOIN US - Peace, Love and REspect & OPEN MIC: FOR ALL Poets, Writes, Rappers Singers AND Musicans, COME JOIN MOTHER OF SIX and her WONDERFUL HANDSOME host DRAY THEDOCTOR


    Every Tuesday and Saturday Night 8PM to 10PM EST DRAY THEDOCTOR aka THE POET 365 Brings IT to BlogTalk Radio Open Mic, Music, Poetry & Commentary


    WhatEVERis on Your HEART, WhatEVERis on Your MIND, WhatEVER is in Your SOUL ~ BRING IT


    TO POETRY AFTER SIX -  (713) 955-0328


    Where WE can bring out the POET in YOU


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  • 02:06

    Down & Dirty After Dark

    in Entertainment

    DOwn & Dirty After Dark airs every Monday and Thursday from 9:30 - 11:30 pm ET.  Tonight is our part 2 of


    Domestic violence, stopping the voilence and snitching.  When will enough be enough?


    347-838-8809 and press 1 to comment.  earkandyradio.com

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    intro to with the family

    in Family

    focusing on family dynamics and the priciples we use to move forward in life.

  • Homeschooling as a Family Ministry

    in Homeschooling

    A native of Seattle, Vida Oliphant Sneed is the youngest of the five girls born to parents Clarence A. Oliphant and La Verna D. Jones Oliphant, both originally from Iowa. While growing up, Vida discovered these two truths: we all are created with a particular “bent” and our life’s assignment is to learn how to submit that “bent” to the Master’s hand.  Based on Deuteronomy 6:5-9, Vida did submit and began her life-rewarding homeschool journey.


    Vida graduated from high school at age 16 and attended the University of Washington for two years before transferring to University of Southern California where she graduated with a BA in English. She returned to Seattle to marry the love of her life, Steve Sneed and God blessed them with six children.


    Vida received her Elementary Education Teaching Certificate and taught in the Seattle Public Schools for a very short time. The Lord redirected her course to homeschooling her then three children. This was a life-changing, will-bending journey of faith that culminated in 19 years of homeschooling all six children while providing care for other children the Lord sent along the way. Vida says, “For 19 years I quit every morning telling the Lord I can’t do this. It’s too hard for me. And He responded, ‘You’re right you can’t. Let me do it through you.’ And He did.”


    Vida and Steve have four grandchildren and in their spare time spend quality time with family, travel, and are very active in their church and community. She currently serves as Co-Assistant Superintendent of the Christian Education Ministry at First A.M.E. Church in Seattle, Washington.