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"All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me... You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you." –Walt Disney
Whether it's a wake-up call to make an important change or an opportunity to put the wisdom and skills you've gained up until now into practice, adversity can be useful if you know how to take advantage of it when it happens. In this episode, we’ll talk about lessons learned from adversity, but get ready to go a little deeper because this episode is about more than just turning lemons into lemonade (or limes into margaritas!).
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A Healthy Mouth = A Healthy Body!
Toxic teeth: what mercury fillings are really doing to your health.
Natural Dental Remedies and Hygiene
+Words from some true doctors.
Are the protests justified? What are we not seeing?
The reality and truth behind these current events.
Graham Hancock's Underworld: Forbidden Kingdoms of the Ice Age
And much more!
You heard it first, as always- only here on Crush Radio!
Iris Bolling was born in Richmond, Virginia, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management. She is currently a Workforce Development Trainer with the Commonwealth of Virginia, providing management training and professional development consultation for the state workforce.To combine the areas in her life she enjoys the most, education, politics and romance, Iris Bolling penned her first manuscript, Once You’ve Touched the Heart, which was release in March 2008. Since that time she has released five additional books in The Heart Series. The Heart Series, which consist of The Heart of Him, Look Into My Heart, A Heart Divided, A Lost Heart and The Heart, have captivated the eyes and heart of readers.
In May of 2011, Iris introduced a new cast of Characters in her novel Night of Seduction/Heaven’s Gate. The Pendleton Rule, which was released in February of 2013 the sequeled In April of 2010 Iris was named Debut Author the Year, at the Romance Slam Jam Conference. Her novel, Once You’ve Touched the Heart was voted the Readers Choice Award with Shades of Romance Magazine for, Romance Book of the Year.
Iris was voted Romance Author of the Year and Author of the Year. Her novel A Lost Heart was nominated Romantic Suspense Novel of the Year, at the 2011 Romance Slam Jam. In 2012, her novel, The Heart won Hero of The Year for her character Al “Turk” Day. Showing the ability to continuously introduce award winning novels, Iris’s introduction of her new series, Gems & Gents, titled, Teach Me won The Heroine of The Year at the 2013 Emma Awards for her character Diamond Lassiter. She just completed season one of The Heart Television Show
Today's show is on a topic that will one day, late or soon, affect us all: death and dying. So much illusion and romanticism, horror, and just plain ridiculousness surround our ideas of death, so let's set the record straight. We'll talk about this subject from the perspectives of the dying and the living to get a thorough understanding and, by the end of the show, you'll realize that this is a loving universe that supports you entirely and that there is nothing to fear from this most natural process.
Enjoy the show!
Karen Poyser-Navratil is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), whose focus includes, however, is not limited to trauma, self-esteem, and depression. Karen received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from Nova Southeastern University. Karen also received a Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from Barry University. Due to her love for the learning process and her desire to grow and be the best for the teen girls and women she comes in contact with; she obtained a life coach certification from Florida International University. She has also been trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), a comprehensive, integrative psychotherapy approach in trauma treatment.
Karen is fortunate and grateful to have experienced a myriad of challenges in life. During the midst of each trial, God provided strength. In fact, God’s purpose for her life was dependent on those events. Her strength, courage and faith would ultimately foster a desire to help teen girls and women, especially single mothers find their authentic, purposeful and passionate truth. Karen is the CEO and primary psychotherapist at A.R.I.S.E. (Accepting, Respecting, Improving and Self Evolving) One Support Services, LLC.
Karen is a wife and mother of three daughters. And above all this, she is a child of God with purpose and passion who is able to walk through the pain!
This show is a re-broadcast. However, in light of the fact the family has filed a $100 million lawsuit naming some of Kendrick's classmates, some of the school's staff, and members of law enforcement responsible for Kendrick's death, we thought we would re-broadcast this 2 hour interview done with the parents, Kenneth and Jackie Johnson and their attorney Chevene King.
According to his YouTube Bio Hood Skala is dedicated to providing clear explanations to math/physics concepts. It is done so in an unorthodox 'hood' way which is meant to be entertaining. Explanations may come in the form of a loose tongued lecture or some creative lyrics. Either way, you will leave with a new, deeper understanding of confusing math topics and maybe a few lyrics that run through your head during a test. Like it, share it, learn it. HOOD SKAAn open honest conversation with one of YouTubes most creative and innovative personalities, The Hood Skala. LAS NATION!
Tune in for this broadcast of The Conversation where we will be sitting down to have an open honest conversation with The Hood Skala to discuss life and death and how they can be percieved from a mathmatical perspective.
Allah says in the Quran " Every soul shall taste of death"(Q3A185)! Our special guest, Sister Sawidah Rita Carla Haynes, has just recently lost her husband. All praises due to Allah and May Allah keep increasing her with strength, our sister has elected to come exclusively on the Hard Truth and share her experiences of losing her husband.And inshaa Allaah, she'll be bringing the Hard Truth.
Most of us feel it but few of us ever say it out loud that the one problem we have with being a good Christian is the pressures that having that title brings with it. We claim that following closely the Ten Commandments is far too rigid and gets harder and harder to up hold. They say that one or several of them are easier to do but to keep faith in each and every one of them presents what appears to be one insurmountable problem. Their answer to this dilemma, throw your hands up and quit. Stop believing and question everything or plainly just pretend. Would you believe me if I told you that the pressures you attribute to being a good Christian has nothing to do with being a good Christian at all. Would you believe me if I told you that being a good Christian is as simple as breathing and rest not with the masses but strictly with the individual? Probably not, but never let it be said that I would allow anything like that to stop me from sharing with you my thoughts on the subject.
Joyce Fields started her career as a stenographer at a major utility company in Detroit, working her way up through supervisor of word processing, then as the office manager for an automotive advertising agency, and, lastly, as an executive assistant at a large non-profit health maintenance organization. She is also a professional proofreader (one of her clients was eHarmony, the dating service). She wrote her first book, Line of Serenity (a memoir), in 1997. Being the oldest of seven, in a very happy family, Joyce wanted to capture the way their parents raised them so that the way they did it would not be lost when they all passed on. The book goes from 1944 (the year Joyce was born) through 1977 and includes family recipes and photographs.
Joyce gets her inspiration from living and observing life. In addition to Line of Serenity, she has written eight other books about relationships (The Best Way to Keep a Man is to Let Him Go [among other things]); parenting (Mother's Dozen: An Easy Recipe for Raising GREAT Kids!), which is also available in Spanish; children's fiction (Jette Black and Her Seven Friends); children's non-fiction (THE VISION: Telling Kids That They Can Make the World a Better Place); bullying (Dear Bully: A Collection of Poems about Bullying); the power and simplicity of quotes (My Simple Quotes to Live By); and breast cancer (A Breast Cancer Journey to GREATER Joy! Taking the Fear and Mystery Out of a Breast Cancer Diagnosis).She also wrote three opinion editorials ("Better examples help kids more than political remedies," "The Golden Rule could improve race relations," and "Provide kids with role models, and sell them education,") which were published (verbatim) in The Detroit Free Press.