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I Remember – Hosted by Craig Sicilia
First off we want to thank all the veterans out there for their service, and our deepest gratitude for all the men and woman who have sacrificed for our freedoms. As a survivor a warrior in this epidemic so hidden that I don’t even know who I am a lot of the time. I remember all the loss of friends and family and especially myself, or at least my old self.
I am this new person who the people I used to love, don’t recognize, I still remember those times, but they have been over shadowed by the destruction of the old me and the pain as I formed this new person. In the realm of things I have learned to like this new me, this more sensitive person who truly cares for people.
And now something new has happened, a type of ptsd from all of the new friends that this new me has made in the last 9 years are dying all around me, the loss that I am feeling in my heart make it that I find myself struggling to care, struggling to go on. As I write this I am not sure I can but am trying. I never allowed myself to develop a person relationship, to fall in love, I would not allow it. Tonight we will explore how to cope with loss, share what we need to do to allow ourselves to love. Allow ourselves to live life again.
Join in let’s see if we can discover how this all works
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So you say you have a disability, yeah me too! All I can say is so what, sure it sucks and lots of things are not fair. We still must live life. It comes down to what we are going to do with our life. I have spent years bumbling around since I acquired my brain injury. I did everything out of order, I got some of the worst help you could imagine. By the time I understood what was happening my whole life was gone. Almost everyone I ever loved was gone. My life was in ashes.
But again so what. All I can do is kick my own ass for my part in this. But now I am ready to live a life that I value. One that fits what I want. Ready to open myself up for those relationships that make life worth living. Do the things that my heart tells me. It is going to be different than before because I am a different person. But you know what it is going to be better, I am going to love deeper, care more and laugh harder. Everything I have been through living with my disability is part of what makes me great.
Join in tonight gripe away maybe some tough love thoughts can help you, maybe not but at least we can share, complain our heart out and have a good laugh doing it. YOU KNOW YOU WANNA JOIN SO DO
Changing with the times - with Craig Sicilia
Sometimes we just have to change
Going to talk about the changes we are making to streamline how things operate and the budget of various programs and services, how we fund them through sponsorships, grants and donations. Making everything balance out, and eliminating deficits and paying off our liabilities. Brain Injury Radio is safe and funded till September 2016 at our new adjusted operations.
Talk about change I need to make in my person life and how this will effect some of the things I am involved in. How I need to manage how my time is used and eliminate gaps of time that can’t be used. How change can be hard but sometimes we need to make the changes that best fit in our personal space so that we can give all to what we are doing. Just because we like something don’t mean we should be doing it especially if it causes your family hardships. And how and the amount of money I make for what I do is causing my family hardships. So big changes in my personal life.
A While back I was offered a sample of a product Eucalovthis Balm a cream, I have to say I am surprised how this cream helped with somethings that have been aching me since my rehab in 2006. I am going to share my experience with this product as well have a representative from the company of this product to share his vision of this product - I think you might be surprised - check them out at https://www.facebook.com/eucalovthis
Along my travels I ran into a man from Canada who wants to help people through his experiences and is willing to share his vision so we will get a chance to have a personal conversation with Brent Giroux Spider from Sudbury, Ontario
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Prisoner of my mind – Hosted by Craig Sicilia & Cheyrl Green
Sometimes living with brain injury means living with what we think is the worse of who we are. Between the disbelieve of the people who are in our lives that we are not ok, that not all is as it appears, we look fine and like who we were but were not. And what’s worse we don’t even know who we are. That is the quest to discover who we are but with the pain and of our losses and lack of support. The journey is hard but with faith, hope and effort we can live a life more fulfilling than the one we had before our brain injury. Let’s talk about that journey
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Join in as we ponder “Why”
Here I go through what is my 8th Christmas, or holiday season, this time of year is the setting for my life as I knew it would slowly crumble over a couple of year period. But at the same time the desperation of trying to figure out what the hell is going on. This person with emotional burst of I don’t know what. As well as an inner change of what I held important. Of the very fibers of what made me me, and as I look into the mirror I was somebody I didn’t even recognize.
Finding others like myself was a key in holding a life together, and it got easier as I discovered who I was and what I valued. Many had a hard time with this “new me “as did I. This year I learned more valuable lessons as the distance between the old and new me. As I continue to let go of parts of the old me, it has become clear that this new person is who I am, and I have to learn to live a life again as this new me, like it or not.
As you stop caring about those things you once held close to your heart, the feeling just being left void inside your deepest essence of who you are. As you wonder - What is to Come Next?
6,840 U.S. service members have died in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom
"These Americans gave everything they had—not for glory, not even for gratitude, but for something greater than themselves." —President Obama
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL HYMNS BY REV. FELIX WORTHEN Providence Missionary Baptist Church located at 33 Providence Church Road; Seale (Lato), Alabama Come on out and, be a blessing and get Blessed!
WE THANK REV. WILLiE CUNNINGHAM Providence Baptist Church Seale (Lato) AL, for these song sang by his Pastor Felix Worthen Pastor Providence Baptist Church Seale (Lato) AL,
The Providence Missionary Baptist Church located at 33 Providence Church Road; Seale (Lato), Alabama where Rev. Felix Worthen is Pastor, invites you: Contact For more information, please contact: Bro. Danny Whitehead or Pastor Felix Worthen at 706.329.7053 or 334.855.4592 (church).
Good morning FB family and friends! Happy Memorial Day! Please remember "All Gave Some And Some Gave All." Also remember the ones that didn't die on the battlefield, but are dying daily from injuries received while serving. We still have soldiers dying from complications of Agent Orange(Vietnam War). Thanks. Sharon
SPECIAL HYMNS: BY Felix Worthen Pastor Providence Baptist Church Seale (Lato) AL,
Today's episode features Craig and his awesome co-host Dapne Wayans, who's sitting in for Katrina while she's away for a few weeks. Our guest in-studio today is Darren Carter - the "Party Starter"... When Darren Carter takes the stage, he takes the audience with him. A whirlpool of impressions and observations with on-point improvisation keeps the crowd rolling through the night, and on through the morning if they’re lucky.. From The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to Be Cool with John Travolta, to Comedy Central, BET and Showtime, the aptly named “Party Starter”, and sometimes even “Rooster”, gets recognized on the daily by his many adoring fans. We'll be talking Craig's amazing weight-loss, some crazy current events, and more - and remember the show goes LIVE at 3pm PST, so please call in at (646) 716-7485 and join the fun!
EVERY BRAIN INJURY MATTERS - BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS – WITH Craig Sicilia
Lots of new shows on brain injury radio, lots of new projects such as “CLOSING THE GAP IN BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS” awareness campaign, and tonight we will feature Mick Beaman, and his upcoming show starting in Feb, Lori Faitel as she shares the new on-line support groups that have been in live testing mode, having the bugs out of it by its launch in February. Hoping to call in Mia and talk about her newly released book and Maybe we might even hear from racecar extraordinaire Kevin Butterfield.
DO YOU HAVE AN IDEA FOR A NEW RADIO SHOW TELL US TONIGHT
So much going on in the world of brain injury, let us talk about the possibilities. Change is never easy and it begins with us, let us be the change that helps us live a life we can only imagine.
We are calling 2015 YEAR OF THE SURVIVOR bringing change and awareness to those who actually are living with the effects of brain injury. Just like it should be, this is a “NO BRAINER” pun intended.
AND TONIGHT A NEW EPISODE OF PHONE ZAPP -
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