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in Self Help
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Dr. AnnMarie Thomas. AnnMarie is an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering at the University of St. Thomas. Her teaching and research focus on engineering design, particularly as it relates to PK-12 education. With her students, AnnMarie explores the playful side of engineering exploring topics such as Squishy Circuits, the Engineering of Circus, and toy design. She is the mother of two young makers. AnnMarie is the author of the recent book Making Makers: Kids, Tools, and the Future of Innovation, a book for parents and other educators—both formal and informal, who are curious about the intersections of learning and making. Through stories, research, and data, it builds the case for why it is crucial to encourage today’s youth to be makers.
this episode Q&A includes:
• vaginal steams- why are you doing it?
• St. John's wort and St. Joan's wort are the same thing- Hypericum perforatum
• hypericum used to treat pain that arises from the nerves
• parasitic worms- drugs are usually more effective and less damaging than potent herbs..
• the sexual relationship with yourself is what counts most..
• plants do not contain estrogen, but do contain phytosterols which are precursors to hormones..
• seeds, roots and most leaves contain phytosterols..
• late 40's trying to conceive? vitex, red clover infusion, up the amount of animal fats in diet and petition the soul of unborn child..
• when we are sick it gives our immune system a chance to work..
• mental illness and coping strategies..
• essential oils used in diffuser- most dangerous because they go into lungs and directly into blood..
in Pop Culture
The Porch’s is a distinctive blend of live online radio/television discussions and interviews in the field of news, sports and entertainment, with a mix of playful banter and serious dialogue to stimulate the listener’s mind and encourage conversation. The goal is to educate and provide useful information to the listener in laymen’s terms; as everyday individuals (the multimedia personalities) discuss “water cooler talk” as a sports’ fan or casual news observer as opposed to the typical media anchor/celebrity. As news and information comes in rapidly, we look to provide the listener/viewer with an in-depth discussion as to how these updated bulletins affect the sports world, entertainment, and society at large.
Jessie May's 'Sunny Side Up' is a stimulating show which explores and uncovers ways to live your life with true purpose, joy and passion. As a Life Coach and Creative Visionary, Jessie May shares her experience and guidance with you in a playful, energetic hour filled with inspiring themes, insightful ideas, and unique guests, and welcomes you to call in with your questions offering healing and hopeful solutions. Jessie May's show is a beautiful way to light up your week with the Sunny Side Up, and an invitation to discover the brilliance of who you are called to be!!!
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As a child, I often felt that I was alone in an insane world. At home there was constant fighting. At school I was bullied on a daily basis because I was overweight. Things became progressively worse at home and I was eventually placed in foster care. Life was hard and, although my natural state was to be happy and playful, I was always very sad. At sixteen, I found a used guitar for $20 and started singing and writing songs as a way of dealing with the pain. I then discovered Music Therapy, which became my passion and focus of study, only to realize that I was destined to heal myself and others through the power of song. I became determined to overcome my personal struggles and to create beauty wherever I could, breaking the patterns of abuse and speaking up for what I felt was right.
In my twenties, I took my guitar and started backpacking around the world. Since then, my travels have allowed me to work with people of all cultures and faiths, focusing on projects that make a difference. I've volunteered with the United Nations and have had the opportunity to perform with rock n' roll legends. Many of my songs can be found on charity compilations, humanitarian & environmental films and cause-related campaigns. And I've done it all without any record label, manager, agent or financial backing for my career. I've dedicated my life to this work because I believe that music is one of the greatest medicines. It's become my life's mission to uplift and inspire people with hope for the future and to transform reality for the better.