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From one of our finest cultural historians, The Noir Forties is a vivid reexamination of America’s postwar period, that “age of anxiety” characterized by the dissipation of victory dreams, the onset of the Red Scare, and a nascent resistance to the growing Cold War consensus. Richard Lingeman examines a brief but momentous and crowded time, the years between VJ Day and the beginning of the Korean War, describing how we got from there to here. It evokes the social and cultural
Today we will talk with Owen Cullen about his experience of coming out to his children. This will be the third broadcast honoring Gay Pride Month.
Our guest today is Owen Cullen, 55 years, who came to the US with his wife and 11month old daughter in 1985. He has three children ranging in age from 28 to 22 years of age. The youngest and oldest are daughters and his middle child, age 26, is a son. He has worked in construction as a carpenter his entire career. Mr. Cullen knew he was gay in his early teens but “I just never allowed it to surface and suppressed it until my early forties.” Coming out was “tumultuous at first but now life is good. I have a great partner; my kids love him and we both get along great with my ex wife."
A married couple who co-hosted a radio show titled "The Pursuit To Happiness" was found dead last week in an apparent double suicide. Both were in their late forties. On the heels of this tragic incident several reports were released on the recent alarming increase in suicides in people fifity and older.
In tonight's episode co-hosts Anastasia Rosen-Jones and Jack Slattery along with guest, Gloria Grace, a retired social worker with more than four decades experience in social services, explore inferences that can be drawn from these reports and their relevance to our present societal needs to build a healthier society.
At issue here, for tonight's discussion forum, are questions such as:
1. What might lie behind an individual's struggle to stay alive or not during tough times such as we are now encountering in our society?
2. How does the average person seek to find that which gives purpose and meaning to one's life so that suicide is not viewed as an option?
3. What are the implications for the goals of our building a "best possible society" when suicide is an option?
Anastasia and Jack conclude tonight's on-air broadcast by inviting listeners to reflect on what it is that gives meaning to their lives.
Listeners are invited to take this topic to a deeper, more personal level with Anastasia and Jack with a call-in conference discussion at 712.432.0600, access code 640883 (also recorded).
Robert Henry helps people over forty attain a healthy and fit lifestyle. If you're under forty, you're also welcome.
At 57, Robert Henry is a health, fitness, and wellness authority for men and women over 40. He is an outstanding example
Robert will be along to chat about his new book "Age Re-Defined: Take Control of Your Health, How You Feel, and How You Look – Even in Your Forties and Fifties”,
You nurture everyone around you and at the end of the day, you are exhausted! You become so busy looking after everyone else, you put aside what you want.
And now you are in your thirties and forties and you forget what is really important to you and you know you must find out.
Join us on how to reconnect with that passionate 20 year old of years gone.
Learn to ignite that passion or keep that passion alive while you are still young.
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Tonight we interview Scott Herriott.
Scott Herriott is in his mid-forties and he believes in Bigfoot. In 1992, he feels he came within 40 feet of one of these beings. There was video involved. We Talk with Scott LIVE!
Attorney Blaine T. Bettinger joins the show. He is both a lawyer and a doctor qualified to speak on the matter of DNA. Prior to joining Bond, Schoeneck & King, Dr. Bettinger obtained his PhD and is the author of The Genetic Genealogist. http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com
Private Detective Vito Colucci is also extremely qualified and joins this program as the private investigator having worked with Cassandria due to medical necessity. http://www.coluccipi.com
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz did indeed have a child 'before' Lucie and Desi, Jr. were born. That first child was named Madeline and was raised by arrangement as was customary in high profile families during the forties and fifties. Madeline's own daughter, Cassandria is now the VP of Marketing and New Media at SyndicatedNews.NET
Today you will hear from Ron Knisley, a Research Analyst and integrated medicine expert who introduced his family to a protocol decades ago. His children have never had to see a doctor, no one in his family has ever been on any form of medication. Ron himself, although he is approaching seventy, appears to be in his forties. The protocol that Ron speaks on, and more information about Ron can be found at www.onespiritmanagement.org, where you can also meet Ms. Jean.
A one hour show dedicated to women in the fabulous 40's club. Catrice will share 10 principles and strategies to empower women in their forties to love this decade of their life and to live it FREE, Fearlessly and Fabulous.
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An interview with Suzy Stauffer, Sally Shields, Kathleen Pleasants and Don Denton.
Living in your 40's is a great place to be. A time when you truly know who you are and maybe only recently made a decision to do what you want to do and be who you want to be! For some it's a new start, whether in the same career or a completely new one. Maybe a whole other outlook; maybe a whole new life.
NOTE - A few minutes near the beginning are hard to hear, but then it's all good. :) ---
*I believe that
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This week, Tahnee talked with Shamanic Healer and Master, Heather Price in Brisbane, Australia. Heather explained many of the deepest principles of Shamanism and brought them to life for us. She shared how Shamanism has always been her life path, starting when she was a small child having sacred experiences in nature, and returning at a crisis point in her forties when she learned to heal herself from within and to use her "electric hands" to heal others. She shared with us some
Catherine Astolfo retired from education to pursue her true passion: writing. She self-published a novel series, The Emily Taylor Mysteries, through her own publishing company, Moe Publications. The series revolves around an unusual heroine—the principal of an elementary school. In her late forties, Emily Taylor becomes a reluctant sleuth through a variety of external events. Some of her decisions, however, are based on a fear of discovery, for she has a mysterious past that involves he