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They say you shouldn't live in the past, but they never said you shouldn't visit it every once in a while. This is Francesca Reicherter live with you on blogtalk raido. The lessons we learned in the past are our memories of the past. Never forget them, the good and the bad will be with you forever.
These 15 minutes are meant to help you remember every thing you learn will help you later on, its the memories made today that make life easier tomorrow.
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When a parent has a normally healthy child, it's easy to take a day for granted. Conversely, when a parent gives birth to a special needs child, every day takes on new importance. When a parent has a child with a life-threatening illness, each day can seem like a miracle. How do parents of children with congenital heart defects make each day special? How do parents of CHD survivors make memories everyday? What riturals are significant to a special needs family? Should parents create special rituals if a child passes away? When we know that any day could be our last with our CHD survivors, it is even more critical to make each and every day special and to create special memories to sustain us through hospitalizations, medical procedures or, the worst fate a parent can imagine, losing a child too soon.
Happy Inspirational Monday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show's topic is Memories from Independence Day. This show will allow callers to call in or chat about their memories of Independence Day. Listeners can call in at 1-323-870-4011 and listen in by phone, if they do not have access to listen via blog talk radio online.
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Enjoy this encore broadcast with Rachel Grant, owner and founder of Rachel Grant Coaching, a Sexual Abuse Recovery Coach. Rachel explains shadow memories. She works with survivors of childhood sexual abuse and helps them let go of the pain of abuse and finally feel normal. She is the author of Beyond Surviving: The Final Stage in Recovery from Sexual Abuse.
Rachel holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She is a member of the International Coach Federation & San Francisco Coaches. Learn more at www.rachelgrantcoaching.com.
Pick up 100 Tools for Happiness ebook at Conversations That Heal. CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows the path to healing lies in replacing trauma mindset with healthy thoughts, feelings and actions.
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Gus Venegas was born in 1952 a few months before after a Bautista's coup that ended fifty years of democracy and civil liberties in Cuba. Nearly all of Gus' kin supported a Revolution that supported a return of the Republic. The Venegas family witnessed the transformation of the Cuban Revolution into the Western Hemisphere's most oppressive political, economic, and cultural dictatorship. They left Cuba in 1966 when Castro and President Johnson agreed to a legal and orderly departure of Cuban exiles.
Venegas is the author of Memories from the Land of the Intolerant Tyrant. Venegas says this book which details life under Castro, is his vegeance. "The truth is our vengeance".
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Join Aingeal Rose and Ahonu for a lively discussion today on memories and what it means to be truly free to manifest freely. We aren't just talking about freedom politically, we are talking about real freedom - that which can only be accomplished within. But do our memories affect this?
Today Jim and Jennifer spend some sacred time as they honor Jim's mother, Patricia Grace, whom we lost on July 26, 2014. A touching tribute from a son to a mom, Jim will recall fond memories and perhaps offer one of his pieces of prose. Join the two in a show that will touch your heart and have you, as well, rekindling your own tribute to a loved one or two.
In this edition of Leave The Memories Alone, Samer Kadi and I discuss Kevin Iole’s terrible “Top 10 Greatest UFC Events of All-Time” list, come up with a better list, talk about body shots in MMA, and once again praise and miss Anderson Silva.
Jason's summer movie countdown series concludes with the very best of his summer movie memories. Listen to some classic film moments, as well as Jason's remembrances of what made those movie experiences so great. Join in to share some of your favorite summer movie memories on this Memorial Day holiday as we anticipate all the great summer movie memories awaiting us in the summer of 2014.
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