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There are different ways of expressing grief. In her ground breaking work, Eleanor describes the act of providing care to chronically ill family members as an expression of grief. Eleanor took the styles of instrumental and intuitive grieving originally devised for death related circumstances and applied them into the caregiving experience, especially in dealing with progressive and chronic conditions.
In this episode, Dr. Ken Doka, a leading expert in thanatology and grief counseling is Eleanor's guest, speaking about the instrumental style of grieving that he was involved in developing and writing about as co-author of the (2000) book Men Don't Cry, Women Do: Transcending Gender Stereotypes of Grief and then the (revised 2010) book Grieving Beyond Gender: Understanding the Ways Men and Women Mourn .
Eleanor applied these styles and other grief models intended for death related circumstances to family caregivers in her 2007 article Introducing the 3-A Grief Intervention Model for Dementia Caregivers:: Acknowledge, Assess, Assist.
Further information can be found on the website www.eleanorsilverberg.com
Tonight focusing on hard beats for your ear. Playing classic and new hip hop instrumental beats. Freestylers can call in if you like. Taking beats only. No singing tonight just hard saturday night instrumentals. Our Djs bring the underground sound to you. Streaming out of Tampa, Fl. Tune in tonight 11pm eastern time. Hip Hop Instrumental Show will be sure to deliver. any questions, comments send to firstname.lastname@example.org to hear all previous shows visit blogtalkradio.com/drumz and twitter.com/tcnology
Playin only hard beats 4 your ear.... Hip Hop instrumental sound... from bronx back to the bronx.. mc rhymers come through... playin hard beats out of tampa, fl. wanna rhyme tonight.. check it out... only real mcs apply.... i get to upload 3 audio files... thats it... take it or leave it... the free 30 min show is for me and you.. wanna battle.. call in.. late night mix
Playing only hip hop instrumentals. Beat to rhyme to , Beats to freestyle to. Quick 6:30pm Eastern time beat mix. No vocals strictly beats. Check out the sound of Hip Hop. Always tune in to blogtalkradio.com/drumz for hard beats. Today we will play instrumentals from well know tracks and a few you may not know. Tune in , call in, or just sit back and chill. Instrumental Beats coming your way.
Playin only hard instrumental beats for your Sunday Night pleasure. Hard beats that will sure to get you movin. Mc's get your freestyle ready, this beats 4u !!! Playin instrumental versions to some top rap hits as well as hard underground tracks. Tune in Sunday 11pm for the 30min instrumental beat down. The beats will surely have you rhymin'.
Mindi Abair is one of the most dynamic performers on the music scene today. In addition to her acclaimed solo work, she was the featured saxophonist on the 2011 and 2012 seasons of American Idol, jammed with Paul Shaffer on the Late Show with David Letterman and joined rock legends Aerosmith for their 2012 summer tour. More recently, Abair received a 2014 GRAMMY® nomination in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category for Summer Horns, a #1 recording with her friends Dave Koz, Gerald Albright and Richard Elliot, four of the most pre-eminent saxophonists http://www.mindiabair.com/
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Host Deardra Shuler talks to Charles Bobbit, James Brown friend and manager. Bobbit will talk about his rags to riches story with Deardra. Bobbit also managed Michael Jackson and was the personal advisor to President Omar Bongo of Gabon. Born in 1930, in the back woods of North Carolina, Charles was whisked to Brooklyn, NY by his eldest sister after the loss of his mother to cancer. During his young adult years, he worked as a porter. He later worked for the New York City Transit Authority, laying rails at night. Later he deemed the entertainment industry was an escape from menial labor, although he could neither sing nor dance.
Mr. Bobbit’s first introduction to the realization of his dream was when he first saw Mr. James Brown, “The Godfather of Soul” perform at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY. He was awestruck and proclaimed to his wife that he would one day work as Brown’s Personal Manager. Although thwarted originally, by 1965, he won a job as James Brown's valet and later became Brown's friend and manager up to the day Brown died. The book, "Making it Happen," tells Brown and Bobbitt's story. It was Mr Bobbit who gave James Brown the title, “Godfather of Soul.” Bobbit was instrumental in the arrangement of “Say it Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud.” and the musical scores for the movie, “Black Caesar,” starring Fred Williamson. Bobbit met President Omar Bongo of Gabon and worked with Bongo's son cutting a few albums. The family hired Bobbit as their advisor taking Bobbit to heights that he couldn’t even imagine. He later worked with Michael Jackson becoming his friend and confidante.
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Getrude Matshe is an inspirational speaker who has been described as a vibrant bundle of African energy whose zest and passion for life inspires everyone she meets. She is passionate about helping people achieve their full potential and find their individual life purpose. She is passionate about individuals’ success. This makes her an energetic, inspirational and enlightening speaker. Getrude has written several books and is now a book writing coach.
Her speaking career started in Norway 1989 and for 12 years she has worked in the IT industry as a Systems Analyst, Systems Support Manager and Project Manager. Getrude immigrated to New Zealand in 2001 with nothing and is now the Director of three successful companies.As an owner she formed Simzisani Ltd, a talent agency catering for the film and advertising industry and has been instrumental in supplying ethnic extras for prominent movies such as Peter Jackson’s “King Kong” and James Cameron’s Avatar. She is the founder and CEO of the Africa Alive Education Foundation, an organization that supports HIV orphans in Zimbabwe. She formed Walk on the Wild Side Tours – a symbiotic tourism company that takes tourist to Zimbabwe to work with HIV and Aids orphans.She is married and the mother of three children and a well-known African Storyteller, poet, artist and published author..
Meghan McGill is the niece of Chris Derose who is the founder of Last Chance for Animals. Last Chance for Animals began in 1984 now it has been 30 years since they have been fighting for animals.
A fixture in animal rights movement for over a decade, Meghan McGill has played an integral role at Last Change for Animals (LCA) for the past eight years. As a longtime vegan and animal-welfare advocate, Meghan serves as LCA’s campaigns manager and works to educate the public on issues of animal cruelty and abuse.
Meghan has been instrumental in leading some of the largest protests in the country against circuses, the fur industry and Puppy mills. She oversaw the ban of fur in West Hollywood and the closing of multiple high-end pet stores in Los Angeles area. Meghan regularly participles in speaking engagements and outreach events with children and schools, and is committed to demonstrating compassion for all beings that need a voice in our world.
Founded in 1984 by Hollywood actor Chris DeRose, Last Chance For Animals (LCA) has its roots in fighting and exposing the inherent cruelty of vivisection. In the organization's early years, DeRose led teams of dedicated activists employing non-violent strategies modeled after social movements led by such leaders as Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Using "Direct Action," LCA activists engaged in peaceful protest with determined resolve... to make sure their voices would be heard. When direct action was still a new concept in the American animal rights movement, every well-planned demonstration achieved tremendous media coverage. By the late 1980s, LCA was earning a national reputation for its no-nonsense approach to exposing animal cruelty.
Jan Martinez of Christ Kitchen joins our Holy Food Wars discussion. Her non profit organization in Spokane has been instrumental in ministering to women in need....of all ages and stages of life.
Brace Barber Stops by HR Latte to Talk about the Influence Leadership can have on their Workforce
Rayanne interviews one of her personal heroes, Brace E. Barber. Brace's book, "No Excuse Leadership: Lessons from the U.S. Army's Elite Rangers" was instrumental in nudging her to go back to school in the midst of a failing marriage, raising four kids, and finding her way in the second half of life.
Brace is a non-stop entrepreneur who utilizes a Sun Tzu-based strategy development process and Full Spectrum Decision-Making programs to establish a stable path from the beginning, instead of trying to figure things out as we go... Strategy in Leadership? Of course.
Join us for an insightful conversation about leadership today moving into tomorrow!
HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show and we promise an interesting conversation with author and entrepreneur Brace E. Barber.
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Call in and participate, share expereinces with connecting to the Divine, and or ask a question? Curtis Folts in my personal experince has been instrumental in my growth/consciousness expanding due to his ability to channel messages and pass them forward along with his approach making it easy for an individual to open up. If you can not open up at first but want to that's ok, Curtis with your permission will assist you. I will inform everyone on what type of questions will be allowed when show begins. Please welcome today's guest Curtis Folts as he shares what is was like in the beginning of his awakening. The Process of Connecting to the Divine... Is their a connection between metaphysical experiences and "complex situations" we find ourselves in with the people in our lives.. thus awakening to the connection to the divine? Are we really here to learn from one another? A quote from Curtis folts "Theater is a metaphor for life." Join us as we dive in for a closer look into... Trusting In The Process. What does this look like? As a servant to the light that is I AM... I am here to help you see yourself more clearly...to hold yourself more worthy...to be who you know you truly are.....To Reach Curtis Folts go to FaceBook......sit back grab your favorite beverage and enjoy today's enlightening conversations with our guest Curtis Folts