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The only radio show dedicated tothe issues of loss and grief.
This week we will continue the topic of loss grief and trauma. What can be considered a traumatic loss? Is traumatic loss the same for everyone? How does traumatic loss differ from other losses? How do you know you're suffering from traumatic loss?
If you think this applies to you or someone you know, this will be important information for you to have.
Listeners are welcomed to call in.
Now that the issue of childhood inoculations is in the spotlight, I thought it would be a good time to rebroadcast my eariler conversation with Claire Dwoskin, director of the Children's Medical Safety Research Institute.
Please note: I did try to get a doctor on with her to present the other side of the argument, but I did not find one who would share the platform with her.
Air date: October 25, 2014
Description: Please call in and share your experiences or lack thereof, connecting with your loved ones on the Other Side. Lisa will help you figure out what may be blocking you from hearing or seeing your loved ones' signs and messages. And, if your loved one(s) want to connect with you through Lisa today, she'll be happy to relay any validations and messages to you.* Please call in at (646) 929-0732.
*Please know this is a mediumship reading and Lisa cannot foresee your future. For more information, please visit: http://messagesfromtheotherside.net
My guest this morning has been to the places most of us only see on the news. Dr. Robert Baxt works with for Doctors Without Borders and Project Hope, two of the wonderful groups that get medical care to people who have no other access to it. He spends more time abroad than home. He works in areas with wars going on. He performs surgery in tents, where sterility is almost an option. And he doesn't get enough time with his grandchildren. Why? Because he gets to change people's lives. Bob and all the people who work for these groups, Physicians for Peace, and similar organizations work with people who are dying of diseases that don't exist in the Western world and perform what to us are routine surgeries, but that give these people back their lives.
The title alone is worth buying the book: Surviving Your Teenager and Being Happy Anyway. Author and empowerment coach Judith Joy is quick to say this is not about parenting teenagers. It's about helping you get through all the stuff they'll throw at you as they're finding their feet.
Judith is all about, well, joy. She wants to help you find yours, even if you're raising teenagers. One way to do that, she says, is to really get to know yourself. So many women, in particular, are so busy being a wife and mother that they don't really know who they are.
Here are some other sources she recommends besides her own: Access Consciousness and Matric Energenics.
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The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.
This week's conversation will focus on "lingering" grief.
How do we know we are stuck in our grief? What issues need to be addressed when we are imobilized by grief?
When has grief gone on too long?
These are some of the topics we will begin to talk about on our next episode of The Other Side of Grief.
Air date: October 18, 2014
Description: Lisa wants to hear from you today! Please call in and share what has helped you to connect with your loved ones on the Other Side. Feel free to share your experiences to help and encourage others. If you're having trouble connecting with your loved ones, please call in and Lisa will see if they are ready to connect with you through her and/or offer you tools and exercises to strengthen your direct connection with them. The call-in number is: (646) 929-0732.*
*Please know these are mediumship readings and Lisa cannot foresee your future or do psychic readings. For more information, please visit: http://messagesfromtheotherside.net
I really liked the Christmas show I prerecorded last year, so I'm playing it again this year. It's an hour of the strangest Christmas music you've ever heard! Starting with Straight No Chaser's brilliant and hysterical version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas" and including several other versions of the song as well as many other songs, it's a fun take on the Christmas music we're all sick of by the time Christmas actually gets here. It's a really fun show.
Whatever you celebrate, have a wonderful time with family and friends.
There is a very good chance that someone you know owes their life to today's guest. Dr. Robert Fischell is called the Father of the Modern Stent. It's a medical device that existed before him, but could not be used in many situation. The Fischell stints can be used in just about any artery. Dr. Fischell has developed many more medical devices to treat many other conditions. One that stops epileptic seizures, one that prevents death due to heart attacks, one that blasts migraines, an implantable insulin pump, etc. He holds about 200 patents here and another couple hundred abroad. Thirty of them are used on spacecraft. He's been honored by just about every scientific community and by many that are not scientific. He won TED Talk of the Year once. He is on a panel that advises congress. And he's got some amazing devices in development that will change the world a few more times.
Due to technical difficulties, not all of last week's show was broadcast. So, we're trying it again. Cross your fingers…
Hannah Dennison is a published author in the traditional sense. That is, through a publishing house, not self-published. That's an accomplishment. She'll talk with us about the differences between the two, and the pros and cons to each. She has five books out now. There's the Vicki Hill murder series and her new Murder at Honeychurch Hall series.
This show is loaded with valuable information for authors and other entrepreneurs.