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JUAN GARCIA - EXECUTIVE PRODUCER / AUTHOR
A native of Miami, Florida, Juan is a graduate of Middlebury College. After earning his BA in English and Political Science, Juan served in the United States Army for over 8 years as a Field Artillery Officer. Juan deployed in support of both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom with 1st Brigade 101st Airborne Division. Juan currently lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and newborn, where he works and writes. His writing is in large part based upon his experiences as a Infantry Rifle Company Commander in Afghanistan.
ALEXIS GARCIA ROCCA - WRITER / DIRECTOR
Alexis is a Los Angeles based writer, director, producer. The Miami native is an alumna of NHMC's Writing Fellowship and assisted director Millicent Shelton on TV shows including 30 Rock, Men of A Certain Age, Parks and Recreation, and Californication. Sam is Alexis' writing / directing debut and first collaboration with her brother Juan.
THE MILITARY EXCHANGE - Radio Hour The Military Exchange - Military Talk - Radio Show & Theater Mission Statement: The Military Exchange is just that... An exchange of views and Interest from Veterans and thier Friends, to better promote the Status of Military Veterans in our Community. Veteran Concerns. Active / Reserve Military Affairs. War Stories. Survival Tips. Politics as they apply to our Men and Women in the Military and at Home. Humorous
Today, in recognition of September as National Suicide Prevention Month, Dr. Annie Abram will talk with Dr. Ann Haas, of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. She has a special interest in at risk populations such as veterans and the LGBQT community. Dr. Haas is responsible for developing and directing the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s education and suicide prevention programs, including the Interactive Screening Program (ISP), an anonymous online method of engagi
January Jones - Suicide - Bader Field
Carl David is the author of “Collecting & Care Of Fine Art” (Crown, NY) and “Bader Field; How My Family Survived Suicide” (Nightengale Press) as well as many published articles. A third book, “Waking Dreams; The Subtle Reality” is expected to be available later this year or early 2012.
"Bader Field; How My Family Survived Suicide" (Nightengale Press)
The inspirational story of a high profile art dealing family's journey to survive without answers after one of their sons takes his life. Shown through the realistic visions of their youngest child, now a parent himself, then just sixteen. A Masterful portrayal of love, forgiveness and acceptance. Emotionally gripping with an inside look at the mysterious art world. This powerful family saga will change you forever.
The MIlitary Exchange Radio Show is All About Veterans, Active Duty and Reserve MIlitary Personel. During the 60's thru the 80's I saw how the returning Veteran was treated. How His Character was deminished in the eyes of His civilian counterparts.My Job is to raise the image of the Veteran, show How He or She has been an asset to their community. I mix this with Current Daily events, Humor, Infornation and a better explanation of world events, With a "no hold bar" approach t
Every day 22 veterans commit suicide.
Former Army Ranger Ted Janis struggles with the suicides of his own friends and affirms the role that veterans can play in helping each other.
Acknowledge,Heal and Support.
There is Bad, Just as much Good. Lets talk about this.
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Shattered Lives Radio will talk with Amy Susan Crohn, a survivor of her brother Steve Crohn’s suicide in August, 2013.New York Magazine gives the best description of the full, but often turbulent life of Steve Crohn, a man of many huge talents and best known as “The Man Who Was Immune to AIDS.” Although, like many suicide victims, he had his ups and downs, those closest to him didn’t see it coming.
Returning guest, therapist Duane Bowers, will share with listeners his expertise in grieving and healing, even in these seemingly impossible situations.
Unlike the theme song to M.A.S.H. suicide is painful, especially to those left behind feeling like they’ve been sucker punched and left with questions that take years of searching for answers, and finding none.
The gaping hole in one’s life left by the suicide of a loved one is unique in that commonly there isn’t any warning, at least ones that are easily recognized. Survivors tend to re-live every moment of every day leading up to the event, and question themselves endlessly. Often professional help is needed to assist in moving away from the event itself, and to properly grieve and heal in a healthy manner.