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Peer Khairi, an Afghan immigrant, (dis)honour killed his wife of 30 years for wanting to adapt to the West. Cenotaph in Toronto is desecrated with Islamic slurs. Muslimas disrupt a Remembrance Day ceremony. Bring the troops home?Listen to the Jimmy Z Show at http://thejimmyzshow.blogspot.com Thanks to Jim for being my pinch-hitter tonight! Thank you for supporting the Red Fox and East Anglian's EDL Radio Show.
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Hampton Roads Today is a new show that will deal with hard issues, current events and hot topics that impact the Hampton Roads, Virginia community, the nation and the global community.
In upcoming issues through 2013, mass communication students from Norfolk State Univerversity will be bringing you broadcasts on a host of subjects from the legalization of marijuana to the impact of rap music on today's youth. In today's episode, The Pandora's Box team will talk about peer pressure and bullying. The team will interview experts and discuss tips on how parents can protect their children and how young people can protect themselves from the impact of bullying.
Why do we do some of the things we do in a church service. Is it the Holy Spirit? Is it tradition or routine? Do we do some of the things we do because we are told to do them? Or could it be something else? Somethimes, we just go along to get along! Maybe you don't want to give any money. Maybe you don't feel like standing up, clapping, praying, singing or shouting hallelujah when someone tells you to do it........but the peer pressure is trremendous. You don't want people to think you aren't saved, or holy ghost filled, or in the spirit. Have you experienced church peer pressue? Share your story! Real Talk Radio, this and every Sunday @10am est call 661 449 9951
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Everyday Miracles Peer Recovery Support Center is a recovery oriented sanctuary anchored in the heart of downtown Worcester. The center opened in October 2008 and welcomed its relocation to a store front at 25 Pleasant Street, Worcester in November 2009. The Recovery Center provides peer-to-peer recovery support using its volunteer/member force to deliver services. Everyday Miracles maintains a member driven schedule Monday – Saturday where recovery related workshops, trainings, services, meetings and social events are consistently delivered. To date the center serves approximately one hundred people each day in recovery or friends and family who are concerned with recovery. Everyday Miracles Peer Recovery Center provides a safe environment where shared experience leads to empowerment, respect and a sense of wellness. Hosted by Spectrum Health Systems, Everyday Miracles succeeds because it offers an environment free of stigma and judgment – one that supports members to pursue their own personal growth as they work toward becoming active participants in their community.
As I continue to grow, I'm learning daily it is a good thing to obtain wise counsel, but make sure it is wise counsel. We learn that at the end of the day, we have to be true to self and the one(s) we are in relationship(s) with.
Our friends, our peers have experiences and interests that may be similar. We all make decisions and in those decisions we have to make sure WE allow our own spirit to speak. No one knows your relationship better than you and the other person involved. Now if you are being beat up on, you need to take heed but when it comes to how you choose to engage in your relationship, who you choose to engage with and when, is your choice with the hope that you make the right choice. It's natural for people to identify and compare themselves to one another. We are very influential and can be influenced. My question to you is:
1. If in a relationship tha does not fit the norm, do you feel uneased because people will look at you differently
2. Do you feel you need to be married by a certain age because others say you should be?
3. If you have a strong liking for someone but others say they're not right for you, what do you do?
These are just a few things we will discuss. Join the conversation!
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Another 30 mins from the World of The Invisible Illness. Personality Disorders? Real or Not? As someone with a diagnosis I can say from experience that it is real? The difficulties it causes in my daily life. Do you have experience of Mental Ilness not just a Personality Disorder let us know what your difficulties are and how you deal with them.
Keeping It Real - Dream Catchers - LesPaul Morgan
Keeping it real to me means taking charge of our future and having the courage to do something meaningful with it!
As survivors we need to develop new strategies and coping skills and realize that whatever happened bad in your life doesn’t define us it’s what you do about the rest of your lfe that defines you destiny!!!
I was very encorged to speak with a large number of disability youth leaders this week while at the APRIL the voice of rural Independent Living conference with Craig Sicilia and let me tell you these youg people are really wonderful people to be around because they are very Insiring and motivational to be around!!!!
So tonight I am going to be asking some tough questions that will take a lot of courage to answer but they need to be asked because are we going to let disability define us or are we will to define who we are by daring to be different no matter what.
Join in tonight on Dream Catchers with Les Paul and lets come up with Ideas together to Keep It Real!!!!
With Brain Injury Radio Leading the way on with a Global effort and working with Leaders from the Brain Injury Association from South Carolina, Georga, Indiana and others we are building a survivor based peer support and advocacy team of leaders!
Recovering from a brain injury takes a long time and is a process filled with many tricks and few treats. In the early years it seems like a bad dream that we can't wake up from. We stumble and fall many times during this process and if we are lucky we have family and friends to help us learn ways to regain our independence. Many of us learn from these experiences and move on but some don't and become victims to a society that cares little about how we are treated. There are tricks we can learn from other people with brain injuries to become more independent in our communities. There are also treats we can receive by becoming active members in our communities. Tonight - Ken Collins will talk about lessons he has learned from living with his brain injury over the last 36 years and why he says his brain injury is the best thing that has happened to him.
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Last Voice for Liberty
Welcome to the Last Voice For Liberty Network, now heard exclusively through Freedomizer Radio! Join our host Lee "The Mouth" Peer as he exposes the corruption and tyranny that threatens the liberty of us all! Special guests, informative reports, and a down to earth, REAL perspective from the heart of America. Listen, call in, challenge and engage in the battle for freedom, or just to tell our host he's a @#$%^&&*! Last Voice For Liberty, the closest you can come to being free in today's America without the government taxing you for it!
Critical Immunity In a world of a toxic environment ,we are here to give you alternatives to hopefully have a healthier life and help you stay abreast current events as well as discuss emergency preparedness. We invite you to join our show...