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Guest:Tom Paladino is a scalar energy researcher and has 25 plus years experience helping people with chronic pathogenic illness.
Recent discoveries led Tom Paladino to the conclusion that viruses can likewise be transmuted by this process of broadcasting scalar energy. Emboldened by these discoveries, he desires to present the world with a solution for ALL bacterial, fungal, protozoan and viral infections. It is his belief and statement that the scalar energy is capable of transmuting ALL pathogens thus presenting the world with a solution for thousands of pathogenic diseases.
Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions or disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior. Many people have mental health concerns from time to time, but a mental health concern becomes a mental illness when ongoing signs and symptoms cause frequent stress and affect your ability to function in your dailiy life.
Join Nakikia "MSKeepItMoving" on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show to learn how you or someone you love can take the steps to control mental health symptoms. Learn the warning signs and where you or a loved one can get help.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, likely we all know someone who has been affected by this dreadful illness. Perhaps you have been in the role of supportive partner, relative or friend. Whatever your connection to breast cancer and other serious chronic physical illnesses, it takes an emotional tollnot only on the patients, but on those around the patient.
Let's talk about this on the next episode of Discussions with Delia in BlogTalk Radio. Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
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If you had a terminal illness would you commit Doctor assisted suicide?(reference Brittany Maynard)
The world was shocked when we found out the famous actor and comedian Robin Williams took his life. Some of us were stunned and just couldn't understand how this wonderful man contributed to our lives in entertainment media. When we learned he suffered from depression, we thought, 'Wow.'
There are many people who are God-fearing, God-loving believers who suffer from mental illness every day. Throughout their lives, they walk a tight rope between faith in God and the illness of their mind.
In recent years, mental illness is being seen in more favorable light, as in, people are starting to talk about it more, which is a very good thing. However, it is still enough of a taboo subject that some Christians tend to view mental illness in such as a lack of faith or some kind of demonic influence.
However, I personally believe that mental illness does not make a person less of a Christian but it does affect their faith and belief in God at times. Some people suffer from debilitating disorders like bi-polar, manic depression, or others. Some suffer as a result from some kind of trauma.
So with Christians, what role does faith play in mental illness? What roles does medicine and therapy play? Should we solely depend on God for healing or should we seek help? How should Christian deal with this issue?
Join as I discuss this topic with Barbara Rupp, author and speaker. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can download the WLUV Radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
On this episode of Intimate Realness with Meka Rae and Renair we are discussing "Illness in Relationships."
There is a level of grief that the "healthy" partner may experience because of the loss of "activity" that may result if their partner is experiencing an illness (physical or mental) and this can be a breeding place for resentment or disconnection. How do you maintain a sense of self while understanding your partner's current situation? How do you maintain a healthy relationship when your partner is suffering from a certain illness? Do you leave because they are sick? Do you stay and become the "care taker?" Do your responsibilities change? If so, in what way and how may you adjust?
We are going to discuss self-care, boundaries, love, and attitude during this show.
Make sure to join in!
Amy Beth welcomes James Hickman, author of The Mindful Son. A compelling memoir, the book provides an inside account of the world of mental health from the perspective of the patient, the healthcare provider, and the family member of someone with mental illness. At turns heart wrenching and hopeful, this book is ultimately life affirming and inspirational. It demonstrates, beyond question, that recovery is attainable and that the most daunting obstacles can be overcome through determination and the right mindset.
And the usual hoopla: Free flow Pop Culture convo, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music and more!
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Call during the show 347-857-4505
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This week we start out with feedback regarding Denyse's daughter's surgery, whom we have been focusing on healing the past two shows. We continue with another healing to release anything else that could be helpful in aiding her recovery. Then, Janet and the Higher Selves perform a healing for Robin who is coping with her son Ryan, who is schizophrenic but refuses to acknowledge the illness which creates numerous conflicts within the family.
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Join Dr. Robyn Benson, for a powerful discussion on the myths that surround
chronic illness that keep people scared, helpless and often frustrated while feeling there is no
way out. Imagine the cost of these beliefs.
Dr. Robyn will not hold anything back and will share the most valuable insights from
her 22 year career treating patients (and as an author and speaker too)!
In this exciting hour, you will gain:
Confidence knowing there are potent tools you can use today to improve your health and wellbeing
Assurance that it is possible to eliminate beliefs that have been holding you captive
Clarity around the power of your choices 24/7 (from food, nutrient intake, movement and more)
Peace of mind that you can still live your dreams and open yourself to greater possibilities in life
Satisfaction knowing that your brain can be retrained for more vitality and pleasure
An understanding of the limitless pharmacopoeia of natural herbs/spices that help heal on a cellular level
Stay online until the very end and Dr. Robyn will let you know about a life-enhancing program
Breakthrough: New Solutions for Chronic Health Challenges
"Racism is as American as apple pie" is the highly publicized quote from student activist Stokely Carmichael (later Kwame Toure) during the 1960s protest movement. As supporters of white police officer Darren Wilson collect money for his defense in the killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri, members of a white supremist hate group send out a message referring to Michael Brown as a "N-----r Thug" and praise the work of the Ferguson police department in killing him. For them, Darren Wilson is a hero. Racial hatred is as American as apple pie. But is it also a reflection of serious mental instability, an irrational fear that could prompt people to commit violent acts? Is it a condition to be isolated and treated, the way one treats those who suffer from schizoprenia or dementia, or any other mental illness that produces delusional thinking? Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. referred to the racist whites that threatened his life as "our sick white brethren." Those who are treated badly by sick racists often spend a lot of time trying to convince themselves that they are worthy of respect, rather than recognizing that the illness is within those who do not know how to respect others. A healthy mind has the capacity to recognize the good in others. A sick mind does not. Would you vote someone into office who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and might become a serial killer? Then why allow those with the mental illness of racism to continue to get elected as mayors, appointed as police chiefs, or sit in courtrooms as judges? Should racism be identified and treated like a mental illness? If so, shouldn't the responsibility for removing mentally sick people from positions of authority rest on those who are mentally well?
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For years Andy hid his raging mania under a larger-than-life personality. He sought a high wherever he could find one, and changed jobs as some people change outfits -- filmmaker, art dealer, hustler; whatever made him feel like a cartoon character, invincible and bright. Electroboy is about living life at breakneck speed. Andy hopped on flights from New York to Tokyo and Paris at a moment's notice, spent $25,000 without a bit of thought on a huge shopping spree and stayed awake nights exploring the underworld of nightlife in Manhattan or whatever city he happened to be visiting, in search of the perfect high. But when Andy turned to art forgery, he found himself the subject of a scandal lapped up by the New York media, then in jail, then under house arrest. And for once he didn't have a ready escape hatch from his unraveling life. Andy was misdiagnosed by more than eight doctors and even when he was finally diagnosed with this chronic illness, he was treated unsuccessfully with any regimen of medication. Ingesting handfuls of antidepressants and tranquilizers, he felt his mind lose traction. With no hope of his condition stabilizing, he turned to the last resort: electroshock therapy also known as electroconvulsive therapy (or ECT). Andy underwent nineteen electroshock treatments over the course of about a year and a half. Electroboy is currently being made into a major motion picture. Not only is Andy working on a sequel to Electroboy, but he is also writing a self-help book for sufferers of depression and bipolar disorder. Please visit his official website for full bio and more information: http://www.electroboy.com
Andy joins us to discuss his book, his future projects, his own story and take callers who live with bipolar and depression. Feel free to call in even if it's anonymous.
Have you gone from healthy to very ill in a short period of time? Maybe it's APS?
Antiphospholipid (AN-te-fos-fo-LIP-id) antibody syndrome (APS) Lupus Anticoagulant (anti-co-ag-u-lant) is an autoimmune disorder. . In APS the body makes antibodies that mistakenly attack phospholipids—a type of fat. Phospholipids are found in all living cells and cell membranes, including blood cells and the lining of blood vessels. When antibodies attack phospholipids, cells are damaged. This damage causes blood clots to form in the body's veins and arteries, vessels which transport blood to and from your heart.
On Monday, 11/3/14 at 8PM Eastern, Dr. Jess Armine will interview James Weedmark, spokesperson for APS International, an organization dedicated to spreading awareness about this condition. His involvement with APS became when he was diagnosed in 2006 after a very long trying time health wise looking for what was causing him so many issues in such a short time frame. Going from being a healthy man, never having a cold, to extremely ill with seizures to multiple visits to emergency rooms. Eventualy he would diagnosed with Lupus anticoagulant, a slightly more aggressive form of Antiphospholipid Syndrome.
He has consented to share his story with us to raise awareness about this dangerous condition. Please join us...as usual, there wil be time for Q&A! See you then!
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