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  • 02:01

    Very Special Guest Melissa Diegel: AZ Mother Stripped of Parental Rights

    in Politics

    The Day Before This Past Christmas Eve - Melissa Diegel Was Given The Devastating News That Her Two Daughters Are Now Eligible For Adoption And All Of Her Parental Rights Have Been Stripped Away Even After Numerous Please By The Daughters To See Their Mother


    This Family Was Denied By The Court Their Constitutional Right To Due Process And Were Not Allowed To Call Any Personal Witnesses, Nor Was Any Of Their Exculpatory Evidence Allowed To Be Admitted Into Court


    All This Because Melissa Dared To Ask For A 2nd Opinion On Her Daughters Medical Conditions


    When Doctors Egos Are That Big And The Governments Greed Is That Strong - Families Are Torn Apart And Humanity Is Destroyed


    So Tune In Tonight 8pm Eastern (7/C) With My Guest:  Melissa Diegel And Learn The Evil That Is Driving Our Family Courts


    WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES LAW - RESISTANCE BECOMES DUTY

  • 00:58

    Morning Moments With Maia; Dr. Melissa Baartman Mork on Parental Loss

    in Parents

    Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.


    www.withloveandlaughter.ca


    Dr. Melissa Baartman Mork, Chair of the Department of Psychology at University of Northwestern- St. Paul shares a personal conversation with Maia about parental loss.  The loss of our parents marks us, no matter when or how the moment comes, and shapes who we become as adults and parents ourselves. 


    Featuring the beautiful songwriting of Danielle Ate the Sandwich www.danielleatethesandwich.com


     


     

  • 00:40

    Parental Alienation: Myth or Monster?

    in Legal

    Kirk Stange discusses Parental Alienation with special guest, Dean Tong. Dean Tong, MSc. Child Forensic Studies, is a forensic legal consultant and author of three books, the most recent being ‘Elusive Innocence: Survival Guide for the Falsely Accused.’ Dean is an internationally known family rights and forensic consultant who has helped thousands of people on child abuse, domestic violence, and child custody cases. To learn more about Dean Tong you can visit his website.


    Stange Law Firm, PC is a family law focused firm with offices throughout Missouri and Illinois. You can learn more about St. Louis Parental Alienation Lawyers or St. Louis Family Violence Attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC by calling 1-855-805-0595.

  • 00:59

    Rapists' Parental Rights

    in Culture

    When asked if rapists should have parental rights the answer is a resounding NO from most people. But 31 states ten years ago had laws giving rapists parental rights. Today there are 21 because of moms who fought back and changed laws.Hear the struggle two moms had and why laws need to be changed.
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  • 00:28

    DARC Enlightenment Series:The Great RasTafari Nation's Parental Responsibilities

    in Culture

    DARC Enlightenment Series: Topic: The Great RasTafari Nation's Parental Responsibilities: What Are Our Obligations Regarding Youth? Part 2

  • Church of Reality 110: The One Sided System of Parental Rights

    in News

    When it comes to parental rights many men are cut out fo the picture even though they pay. Where is the balance when it is a one sided system?

  • 02:01

    Why Parental Representations To Designate Creator & Trinity Personalities?

    in Spirituality

    The Parental Nature of God:

    This week, in the vein of the shows we did on Divine Fatherhood and Motherhood, we will explore why the Urantia Book uses such parental or gender specific designations in its descriptions of Deity when we are told that there is no sex/gender (as we understand it) involved with the First Source and Center or the Trinity personalities. Why is it important to think of God and God's deity associates in terms like these? Is it really necessary to relate to to deity in this way in order to understand these personalities better or more personally?


    The first Paper of the book is called The Universal Father and the last sentence of the book states, "When all is said and done, the Father idea is still the highest human concept of God."


    Urantia quotes to consider:


    (6:8.1) Concerning identity, nature, and other attributes of personality, the Eternal Son is the full equal, the perfect complement, and the eternal counterpart of the Universal Father. In the same sense that God is the Universal Father, the Son is the Universal Mother. And all of us, high and low, constitute their universal family.


    (174:1.3) The parent is able to view the immaturity of the child in the light of the more advanced parental maturity, the riper experience of the older partner. With the earthly child and the heavenly Father, the divine parent possesses infinity and divinity of sympathy and capacity for loving understanding. Divine forgiveness is inevitable; it is inherent and inalienable in God's infinite understanding, in his perfect knowledge of all that concerns the mistaken judgment and erroneous choosing of the child. Divine justice is so eternally fair that it unfailingly embodies understanding mercy.


    Please join us as we continue to discuss the parental nature of God and gender specific language about God. If you have thoughts, ideas or quotes to share please call.
     

  • 01:00

    The Painful Truth. The Parental Care Truth.

    in Entertainment

    Your 90-year old mother has been diagnosed with dementia. You know she can no longer cook, pay her bills, or safely drive a car. You lead a busy life of your own. But you can’t stomach the thought of putting your mother in an assisted care facility. What do you do? It’s a dilemma that many people face as their parents age. Our instinct is to open our homes to our parents when they can no longer live alone. But becoming a caregiver is no small job. Chime in Feb. 4 9AM EST and share your views.

  • 01:00

    Parental Injustice: The Cause of Violence | K8115

    in Education

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    Host: Roy Masters
    Roy discussed that parental injustice is the cause of violence.
    Roy read from 4 of his pamphlets from 1978 and 1979.
    Calls:



    Steve has a pain on his side when meditating.


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  • 00:53

    Parental Guilt. Did I Do It Right? Daily Gogetemism #493

    in Lifestyle

    There aren't too many things that are harder to do than to raise children effectively. Parenting is all about making decisions that are going to have an effect on lives that are gonna last a lifetime.


    Do we spoil our children? How much? What are the risks?


    Do we discipline our children? How much? How much is too much?


    Are my kids gonna still love me?


    How do we make well informed decisions when we feel guilt about single parenthood? Should that matter?

  • 00:51

    Parental Abandonment: Mommy/Daddy Where Are You?

    in Family

    When children are raised with chronic loss, without the psychological or physical protection they need and certainly deserve, it is most natural for them to internalize incredible fear, [confusion, isolation and negativity]. Not receiving the necessary psychological or physical protection equals abandonment. And, living with repeated abandonment experiences creates negative toxic [emotions]. [These emotions arise] from the painful message implied in abandonment: "You are not important. You are not of value." This is the pain from which people need to heal. (Excerpt from https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-many-faces-addiction/201006/understanding-the-pain-abandonment ) Join our guests: author of “Through My Eyes”, Velma Williams and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Candice E. Cox to discuss this important topic…and DON’T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!! Call in at 657-383-1999.


     


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