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Is our outlook concerning Love so skewed that Pain, Hurt, and Sorrow are the true emotions we unknowingly and inadvertently assign to it - yet desparately hoping for wonderful, joyful, blissful experiences?
Are we speaking true insanity here?
Most don't sit and reflect on this seeming reality they have created and joined hands with!
Remember: Songs don't write themselves; they - just like the News - are always direct reflections of the most dominant culturally-instilled viewpoints. In other words, their contents are being asked for, required, and fully supported by the masses.....
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Join Us - Nallagy & Jahwie - on the up coming Pluto-Nalagy Show.
How can we free ourselves of so much disappointment and hurt in life, when everything seems to be going wrong.
Elizabeth M. Christy lives in Northern Virginia with her husband James, son Jimmy (5), and daughter Lucy (newborn). She is the best-selling author of the children’s book "Why Does Mommy Hurt? Helping Children Cope with having a Caregiver with Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, or Autoimmune Disease," and blogs on parentswithpain.com and potomacfallsmama.blogspot.ca. Additionally, she works as a Systems Integrator for TASC. In addition to basic survival, Elizabeth enjoys writing, sewing (especially in straight lines!), and reading good memoirs.
“Why Does Mommy Hurt?” is a great resource to talk to children about chronic pain and illness. On this episode, we'll discuss the guilt and shame many parents suffering from chronic pain feel about their parenting. The fact is that parents with chronic pain or illness can be just as awesome as “normal” parents when it comes to raising kids, and if you love your kids, that’s all that matters. We may not be able to walk a mile to the playground, cook a 7-course organic meal from scratch, or volunteer on a field trip to the amusement park, but that’s not what really matters. If you love your kids, you will find your own way, and your kids will know it. Also, many parents in this situation feel very alone, especially when first diagnosed. There are millions of families out there in the same situation, you are not alone, and you have support out there waiting for you!
On this episode of processing the pain Author Carlita Hodges the original Basketball Wife shares her journey of being married to a celebrity athlete and the pain she had to process, to step into purpose and begin to partake in God's promises. The founder of Purple Bottom Foundation, she is making strides in bringing awareness to Domestic Violence. Her story is one of tradgedy turned triumph.
Join StarzMayaMoon & Starzcast on Feb 8, 2016 from 8-9pm est as we share ideas, insights and empowering guidance that alone isn't always lonely."How to be alone without being lonely"
As we approach the widely traditional and recognized Valentine's Day, now more than ever those currently "alone" can be painfully aware of their current single status. Whether you are recovering from a recent break-up, loss or choice it's easy to slip into feelings of insecurity and despair. Being alone can actually provide us with the opportunity to embrace our amazing self and we don't have to be lonely. Although we don't always have a choice of being alone at the moment, being lonely IS a choice and one we are not required to make.
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Join us tonight as we venture into Word Assassinations. Word Assassinations are those words or phrases that were spoken to you as a child that were merely meant to intimidate and or control children into behaving or doing something. For many those words lay dormant in their souls and have been proven to be repeated to their offspirng and some cases has cause that now adult to be stagnant due to a lack of confidence, low self-esteem and a feeling of unworthiness. Three males speak from various perspectives.
In this episode of Pain Waves Radio, co-hosted with Dr. Michael Negraeff, we talk to Phillipe Lucas about medical cannabis in Canada and how it can be used to treat chronic pain. We discuss the research that shows how cannabis can work as a safer adjunct to or substitute for pharmaceutical opiates and cover some of the common myths and misconceptions around medical cannabis. We also discuss the societal benefits, possible risks, and specific strains being used to treat chronic pain.
About Our Guest: Philippe Lucas is Vice President of Patient Advocacy at Tilray, a PhD student in the University of Victoria’s Social Dimensions of Health program, and a Graduate Researcher with the Center for Addictions Research of British Columbia. Philippe served as a Victoria City Councillor and Capital Region Director from 2008-2011, and over the years he has received a number of accolades and awards for his research. His scientific research projects and publications include studies on the therapeutic use of cannabis, with a focus on its use in the treatment of trauma and addiction. His publications are available at: www.philippelucas.com.
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Children and adults with intellectual or developmental disability may not be able to always tell you that they are experiencing pain, but it’s our responsibility to understand there are many reasons that people with ID/DD are experiencing pain. In this episode of Pain Waves Radio by Pain BC, Dr. Beverley Temple discusses how we can improve the quality of life of those with ID/DD by addressing the issue of chronic pain.
Dr. Temple is an Associate Professor with the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Health Sciences, College of Nursing and a Researcher with the St. Amant Research Centre. Her research focuses on support of people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Autism and their families.
This episode is generously co-sponsored by the Kootenay Community Council. The Kootenay Community Council, and other Community Councils around the province, work with Community Living BC (CLBC) to ensure accountability to communities, to inform CLBC of local trends and innovation, and to act in an advisory role at the local and regional levels. Community Living BC is the Crown Corporation that provides funding to support adults who are living with developmental disabilities in BC.
You can access the Non-Communicating Adult Pain Checklist mentioned in the episode on Pain BC's website. Find more resources to support you on the St,Amant website and the Surrey Place Centre website.
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Dianna Knox Cooper was born in Killeen, TX. She was raised in the small town of Glenwood, Georgia. She a wife of 25 years and mother of three, two sons and one daughter.
She is a survivor of child and sexual abuse.Dianna is the author of her newly released book "Hated Without A Cause" and her soon to be released sequel titled, "The Purifying of the Fire." She is also a certified W.A.I.T (Why AM I Tempted) Trainer and participates in speaking engagements to both abused adult and youth groups. She loves spending time with her family and enjoys reading, writing and traveling.
*No matter what your nationality, ethnic background or religion, you have experienced some type of hurt and pain in your life and relationships. Are you still holding on the hurt and pain or have you let it go? Read Dianna Knox Cooper's story to find out what choice she made."
Join us as we take a look at the heart of man, the dis-eases that is hindering us from being all that we were created to be. How do you mend a broken heart. Isaiah 66:2, tells us, "the Lord says, “These are the ones I look on with favor: those who are humble and contrite in spirit, and who tremble at my word.” Let's start the healing process.