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Beaches, amusement parks, cookouts and tropical islands, all the makings of a fantastic summer! Since many of us are in summer mode, there are many things we can do to make this one of the best summers ever...and all with minimal finances. So join us this Wednesday, July 9th at 6:30pm, for a great conversation about fun activities to keep you relaxed and revived this summer!
Join psychotherapist Tom Stevens as he talks about making summer fun for you and your children. Call in to (347)838-9737 if you have a great idea or question about summer activities. Summer is in full swing and if you aren't sure what to do with the next 2 months, now is your chance to learn new ideas that will have you and your children smiling. It's hard to know how to handle summer with children at home and hot weather outside, and you can only hear "I'm bored" or "there's nothing to do" or "what can we do next?" so many times. Don't miss this show where you can learn how to get ahold of summer and make it a fun and entertaining time for everyone in your family.
We have had so much fun for the last 18 months, so many people have been helped, so many lives touched. So for our last Show we will go out with a bang. Thanks to all of our true friends, family and fan for all of your support. So tune in from 8pm to 10pm tonight central time we will love for you to be here with us as we end this wonderful run. See you there
THIS WEEK: Fun in the Sun:
Playing it “Safe” after a TBI Watermelon, BBQ, hotdogs, and ice-cream…swimming pools, bikinis, flip flops and towels….gardening, picnics, flowers and naps under shade trees….beaches, picnics, road trips, and vacations. What comes to mind when you see or hear these words? SUMMER!
For many of us, we enjoy being outdoors, soaking up the sun and fresh air, working up a sweat gardening or playing in the yard, listening to the sweet tunes of the birds and crickets, and watching butterflies flutter and the bees buzzing by. We also see an increase of outdoor physical activities such as cycling, riding motorcycles, skateboarding, swimming, waterskiing, rock climbing, baseball, and jumping on the trampoline. What do these sports have in common? The need to take precautions to prevent injury, especially brain injuries.
But what about after a TBI….could we still enjoy these activities? How did you adapt to these activities you once loved to do? What are alternative safe activities that we can participate in, enjoy and still feel like we are having fun in the sun?
Join Kevin tonight as he shares his insights about the importance of returning to leisure after a TBI, acquiring new interests and skills, and taking the necessary precautions to have a safe and enjoyable summer season. Tune in tonight at 7:00 PM PDT to learn more and call in to share your own perspective of Fun in the Sun and what works for you!
Yohanny goes on a 21 Day Fun Quest and the other sisters ponder the importance of fun for those who desire to expand their consciousness, raise their vibration, or generally live a more spiritual life. Why do we think living more spiritual lives means that our lives must resemble those of monks? How important is laughter? Love making? Music? Dance? The sisters have a candid and fun conversation about the role of fun!
INNERSIGHT - "Friday Night Follies"! Showcase your Talent and Have Fun!
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro Co-Host
INNERSIGHT Means 'FREEDOM'
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Throw away the ordinary self-help books, seminars, and workshops. Instead, join me for a dynamic discussion with Dan Waldschmidt. We'll talk about the four characteristics of outrageously successful people. Get EDGY with us!
Dan Waldschmidt is an international business strategist, speaker, author, and extreme athlete. His consulting firm solves complex marketing and business strategy problems for savvy companies all over the world. Dow Jones calls his Edgy Conversations blog one of the top sales sites on the internet. He’s been profiled in Business Week, INC Magazine, BBC, Fox News, The Today Show, and Business Insider, has been the featured guest on dozens of radio programs, and has published hundreds of articles on
progressive business strategy. He is author of Edgy Conversations: How Ordinary People Achieve Outrageous Success.
Can you believe that the official start of summer is only a few short weeks away? Where does the time go, right? The summer is a time for drawing even closer to family, friends, and community. Join me as I share some of the fun new things I plan to do over the summer and I will share a few tips on how to make sure you enjoy yours too!
Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz, M.D. joins us to discuss a new initiative, Family Size Matters, designed to help educate women and their spouses about their family planning options and encourage discussion with their healthcare provider to help them determine and stick with their ideal family size.
While parades, fun and especially fireworks excite us; they can cause debilitating anxiety in our four-legged friends. Phil Blizzard, a dog owner & inventor, joins us to share his tips for calming our panicked pets.
Food Network Stars' Martie "The Party" Duncan shares her favorite 4th of July party tips!
Who doesn’t love a great surprise? Parenting expert Liz Gumbinner of the Cool Mom Picks and Mom-101 websites joins us with some great tips on how we can pull off small, but meaningful surprises for the whole family this summer, all for $20 or less.
NFL star & Tennessee Titan player, Jason McCourty, shares why he and his twin brother, fellow NFL star & New England Patriots player, Devin McCourty, are teaming up for the Tackle Sickle Cell Campaign to spread awareness about Sickle Cell Disease, a rare hereditary blood disorder.
COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is a progressive, debilitating lung disease that affects an estimated 24 million Americans – as many as half remain undiagnosed. Meilan Han MD, MS, a leading COPD expert with the University of Michigan Health System, and Scott Cerreta, Director of Education at The COPD Foundation, share the key findings from a two-part national survey of COPD patients and physicians and their potential implications upon improving the management of COPD.
The World Cup is under way in Brazil and millions of soccer fans around the globe are cheering for their favorite team. Soccer has never been bigger in America than it is today. U.S. Soccer Foundation President and CEO Ed Foster-Simeon joins us to share about their great programs
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