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What's Up! Today we'll be talking about AHS: Hotel and Freakshow! Also my opinions on Survivor and what I think will happen! Enjoy!
A Texas native, a wife, Grandmother, and a Mom of a special needs young adult wheelchair bound quadriplegic Toni McKnight Adams takes him everywhere she goes. She is a Registered Nurse for over 33 years and a women business owner of a Tax Firm, finding herself very involved in her Community with many organizations. Loving to give back and paying it forward, she strives to make a difference in this world. As a survivor of domestic abuse and violence, she's decided to share her story after keeping it a secret for so many years.
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My Guest Tonight is Aaron Beltran. He’s 23 years old and because of several concussions and head injuries he is multiple Brain Injury Survivor. He I only had a slight concussion was dizzy and got sick after a little while. Then I was fine did not think too much of it. He was told by his Doctors that if I ever hit my head again I probably will not be here anymore. The first time I have had a concussion. I was in fourth grade playing football with all my friends and as I was running to catch the ball, I ran into a tree. I only had a slight concussion was dizzy and got sick after a little while I was fine and did not think too much of it. Then about six months later, I was riding a horse that took off with me. I ended up falling off my helmet came off and I hit my head hard. It also broke my arm on this fall. My mother rushed me to the doctor as I had seizures with this head injury. I don’t remember too much about just what people have told me. Then a couple of years later I was at a horse show and I jumped the fence when I went over the head of my horse and fell on my head. I was wearing a helmet and a safety vest. I still had a bad concussion and was dizzy and sick for two days. A lot of years went by and every now and then for no reason I would get a little dizzy at times and did not think much of it. At the time I was 18 years old and them out foxhunting in Maryland coming up to a jump the horse decided to stop now, when I was foxhunting. We didn’t have a harness on a helmet, so as a horse stopped his head came up hit me in the face and the helmet flew off. I did stay on the horse and had a bloody face my helmet flew off. I did stay on the horse and had a bloody nose, but being who I am. I brushed it off and kept on going for another hour. When I did get back to the barn the grooms asked if I was okay. They said I was white as a sheet and I told them I didn’t feel very well, so they put me in the car and took me to the hospital.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author and survivor Helene Weinberger to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her journey in writing and what it's been like to reflect on her life and share her thoughts. She will also discuss the book she is writing called SECOND CHAPTER.
Carolyn's miraculous, powerful, and inspirational story has touched so many that various media outlets have been attracted to her and continues to be attracted to her story. Carolyn has change so many lives and provided hope to thousands-not just victims/survivors of domestic violence, which she is not even aware of.
People all over the United States, Europe, and the West Indies have been impacted by her story and choice to share the intimate details of her life with strangers.For example the Insider. shared 1,500 emails with her.The Insider reported that no one on the show has ever received so many emails until Carolyn's story aired.
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My name is Lori Purdy Faitel and I am your host for The Science of Happiness. I will be joined tonight with Tonia Wittkower my ongoing co-host. I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. I was in a car accident back in 1986, I was almost 25 years old. I was in what now is seen as a mild coma for 7 days, then for about 6 years I attended therapy and did a lot of self study before I began to feel like a regular person in society.Today I am a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant/ COTA and I have worked in Metro Detroit Since 1992. I went to college for OT with one thing in mind and that was to work with the brain injured. Since 2011 I have been blessed to do so.My guest host Tonya Wittkower is also a survivor from the 1980’s Our guest,Debra Osborne says she called in to an earlier show, perhaps few years ago. Debra says: “On that first podcast when I broke down I realized I was unable to help anyone until I got some help myself. I read a good book called: An Untethered Soul by Michael Singer. On the website for this book I met a special man his name is Joe (he will join the radio show), and we became each others biggest cheerleaders.In a nutshell, I talked and listened.Started working out lost weight.Uncluttered, got rid of heavy burdens.Started getting into Church. Changed my relationships. I no longer put up with negative people. I Moved on..got fresh start.
Quarantine Radio Inteviews Breast Cancer Survivor LaNise Jeter-Herndon as she tells her story about her fight and future plans to educate people about this decease
My name is Lori Purdy Faitel and I am your host for The Science of Happiness. I will be joined tonight with Tonia Wittkower my ongoing co-host. Our guests for tonight will be Bart, a survivor and Joel his father. Bart has survived a Traumatic Brain Injury and is getting on with his life. Listen to how various techniques and therapies along with good family support have helped Bart on his Journey. I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. I was in a car accident back in 1986, I was almost 25 years old. I was in what now is seen as a mild coma for 7 days, then for about 6 years I attended therapy and did a lot of self study before I began to feel like a regular person in society.I am a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant/ COTA and I have worked in Metro Detroit Since 1992. I went to college for OT with one thing in mind and that was to work with the brain injured. Since 2011 I have been blessed to do so.My guest host Tonya is also a survivor from the 1980’s Wednesday evening at 5:00 PT, 6:00 MT, 7:00 CT & 8:00 ET listen to The Science of Happiness as we research and learn how we CAN find HAPPINESS after a Traumatic Brain Injury.
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