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Taking a pill for minor depression is the new norm. We look at this growing attitude. Join us weekly as we share an audio segment of our new G+ show. Hosts Donna M. Butler and Siobhan Shaw bring you great guests and attitude shifting topics each and every week. Join us on http://www.theattitudeshift.com. Find the entire episode on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3IIofbI4_g&feature=share
We are excited to have a chance to speak with Howard Stern Show Superfan and one of the most recognized frequent callers in the history of the show @TommyFromMalden! Tommy's history with the show goes way back and we know he will have plenty of great stories to entertain us with! Plus, Tommy will take calls and questions from our live listeners so please be sure to check out this exclusive interview!
Intern / Wack Packer / Stern Show Legend.
The one and only Medicated Pete Joins us for the second hour of the show. Jump on youtube now and relive some of your favorite Medicated Pete moments because this Friday he will be joining us live and taking your calls and questions.
Also, joining us as always will be our "Man on the Road" Zachary Messier. Zach was busy this week with the Hartford Comicon, some brand new music and a very special MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT!
Tonights show features former Stern Show intern and Wack Packer elite Medicated Pete! We have alot to talk to Pete about and he will be taking your calls live so please join us! Also our co-host and road correspondant Zach Mecier joined Fred the Elephant Boy last night in NYC for a live performance of Artie Lange's at Carolines on Broadway. Get the full scoop on how that all went. Joey Boots may be joining us and Im sure we can expect a crazy drunken phone call from Tan Mom! Also, Gaston Ezekiels Fat Chick Of The Week, A word from Rajan Koshi, some Eli Braden songs and more!
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I have suffered from anxiety ever since I can remember. Social anxiety, incesant, debilitating anxiety. I called it by by different names; addiction, sensitivity, artist, all trying to explain, define, understand, and diagnose why life why always so hard for me. I self-medicated, using pot, food, sex, love, TV, etc. Now, as I become aware of the true nature of my struggles, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
On today's show, let's discuss this little bugger and the ways we try to quiet that voice in our heads, the one that says we can't do anything, shouldn't do anything, aren't good enough to do anything, and do everything wrong. If you suffer from depression and anxiety, this is the episode for you.
How to Self-Medicate Without Drugs
Self-medication is a human behavior in which an individual uses a substance or any, external to the body influence to self-administer treatment for often un-managed, undiagnosed physical or psychological ailments. It can also be described as the medication of oneself without professional supervision so as to alleviate an illness or a condition.
At one time or another we have self-medicated. Any time you have taken an aspirin to relieve pain or to help you relax, you have self-medicated.
What if you could self-medicate while taking care of yourself? What if self-medication didn’t have a negative connotation. How would you like to take care of yourself through the power of your mind? Self-medication with the power of your mind is this weeks topic.
Have a topic you want me to discuss? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit my website at http://commandingyourlife.com for more information.
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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Dr. Jeanne Segal. Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., Editorial Director, has been helping individuals and families for over 40 years as an innovator within the fields of emotional intelligence, holistic health, attachment, stress reduction and relationships. She coordinated a series of conferences linking brain development to the emotional relationship between infants and their caretakers. She has written five books, which have been published in 13 languages.
this episode Q&A- includes:
• endometrial cancer, chemo and metal taste- slippery elm balls to neutralize poisons..
• radiation and eating carotene rich foods such as baked sweet potato and carrot juice- after radiation wakame and kombu in soup or infusion..
• medicated abortion- any time a pregnancy ends we give birth and releasing the spirit from the womb..
• improving sperm count over time with pumpkin seeds, astragalus, oatstraw infusions, zinc rich foods, avocados, limiting heat exposure and more..
• vivid dreaming and pillow with artemisia vulgaris..
• nourishing the thyroid with fucus and changes in thinking..
• acid reflux, fruit and dietary changes..
• oatstraw bath for comforting the grieving spirit..
• vaginal fluids and yeast infection..
LanceScurv takes a few moments to share a few real words with his Brothers who are under major duress in this place called America.
There are not many places that a young Black man can go where we can receive an conditional love and understanding.
We suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder because of the toxic environments and dysfunctional family situations that we have no option but to deal with.
But our disorder often goes unnoticed as we are labeled as mentally unstable and therefore are medicated from our school years or self medicate in order to escape the pain that comes in abundance in our daily lives.
We then will begin to lash out either on the few who are in our corner or at the authorities who are always there awaiting for your breakdown in order to quickly sweep you up into a system that wins every time that one of us loses a game that was so shrewdly stacked against us for their profit.
Absorb these few words with an open mind and do know that you are not alone and that there are many of us who really do care.
As always, feel free to reach out to me directly at 407.924.8793 or at ScurvMedia@gmail.com
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Tune in LIVE this Sunday August 31st at 4pm PDT as I welcome Andrew Wilcox to the show, ‘Controlling Your Temper and Choosing Your Battles’. You’re encouraged to call into the show with questions for Justine aka Miss ADD, or Andrew at (917) 889-7025.
“I was diagnosed with ADHD and medicated at the age of 5 (it was ADD back then). I have been blogging about ADHD for about a year, to help gain a better sense of self and to help others gain perspective regarding their loved ones with ADHD, or to better relate to their own ADHD. This weekend we will be talking about the personification of one of the more difficult symptoms to deal with: my bottled up temper. I call him Tantrum, and he is “My Nemesis”. We will be discussing the ongoing battle with Tantrum, which involves choosing our battles, venting, and establishing a sanctuary to reign in anger. More can be found in the following blog posts:
Follow my blog at www.eatlivedreamADD.Blogspot.com
Follow me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LivingWithADD”
2-Hour Special: The loss of a warrior on the battlefield can destroy a family, but to lose your warrior, here at home due to a lethal cocktail of medications is far more damaging to a family. Today's show is all about learning about the many cases of military personnel, and veterans being over medicated through the Veterans Administration. Joining me on the show are the parents of Andrew White, USMC, Stan and Shirley who have a new mission: stopping the over drugging of our veterans by Black Box Warning Drugs. Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
We caught up with Joe Messina today of TheRealSide.com. We marveled over the continued detachment of Washington from economic reality. They just don't seem to get it. The amount of damage that government at all levels continues to inflict is just striking. When will it end? Joe's stuck in the People's Republic of California, where the beat just goes on and on. We also discussed the definition of a non-essential government employee-which is most of them.
What is the safest, fastest, and cheapest way to get pregnant in fertility treatment? How long should you continue to try Clomid or Letrozole and/or artificial insemination (IUI) with our without injectables before moving to IVF? Host Dawn Davenport interviews Dr. Alison Zimon, a reproductive endocrinologist at Boston IVF, and Dr. Samantha Pfeifer, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Pennsylvania Medical School.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
Blog summary of the show
More Creating a Family resources on infertility can be found here.
Join Doctor-Attorney-Author Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips as they discuss whether or not families should openly discuss their alternative vaccine views; a New York court case about whether it is unconstitutional for a school to exclude unvaccinated children with religious exemptions during a local outbreak; a 1987 New York federal case in which the court ruled that one needn't be a member of an organized religions to qualify for a vaccine religious exemption; when being a vegan may qualify as a protected religious belief; whether or not a Rastafarian may qualify for a vaccine religious exemption; whether you should name your religion in a statement of religious beliefs opposed to immunizations; the difference between the theological and legal aspects of a vaccine religious exemption; whether or not it's dangerous to have a home birth; why British pharmaceutical players recently argued for Vitamin D supplements to be licensed and available by prescription only; severval possible ways that vaccines may cause autism, including due to tylenol given to children immediately after being vaccinated; why medicated people may be spreading illnesses; and more!
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