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Barbados, an island in the Caribbean, where there is RAMPANT incest and pedophiles. Young people are growing up into promiscuous adults (extremely large amount of lesbians/homosexuals and cheating within relationships). Let us speak about the affects of sex abuse (or any type of abuse on small children). It is a serious area of concern, not only for Barbados, but the Caribbean.
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Dr. Stephen B Seager has advice for #police officers encountering mentally ill subjects: "Just don't shoot them." Meet Dr.Seager Sunday at 9pmEST on "Human Rights Demand" channel at BlogTalkRadio. Call-in at 347.857.3293 to ask questions and voice your opinions. Dr. Seager is a psychiatrist, mental health care advocate, a noted author, and a movie producer. His website is http://Stephenseagermd.com > He wrote a best-selling book after working as a prison psychiatrist: “Behind the Gates of Gomorrah, a Year With the Criminally Insane." Dr. Seager's movie will feature families of mentally ill inmates and the problems they face. He believes in treatment before tragedies. We'll see you Sunday at 6pmPST, 7pmMST, 8pmCentral! ?
Sunday, Sept. 13 at 6pm EST, +Author Stephen Seager, a psychiatrist, best-selling writer, and movie producer, returns to "Human Rights Demand" to discuss the criminalization of mental illness for prison profits. Call-in number (347)857-3293. Speak on air at that number. More than 1.25 million of America's prisoners are mentally ill people. Over 60 percent of inmates in solitary confinement are mentally ill. Half of all police violence incidents involve a person with mental illness. Most victims of prison abuse are mentally ill. Many families suffer Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS) from trying to extract their vulnerable relatives from the abusive and sometimes murderous prison profiteering system. STOP CRIMINALIZATION OF MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE USA.?
Dr. Stephen Seager wrote: "I have been a psychiatrist for twenty-five years and have worked extensively with the seriously mentally ill (SMI). Recently, I wrote a book, "Behind the Gates of Gomorrah, a Year with the Criminally Insane." While doing publicity for this book, I came in contact with many families of persons with SMI. Listening to them and recalling my own experience, it quickly became apparent that whatever national mental health system once existed has now totally collapsed."
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Raquel Benavidez welcomes George S. Glass, MD, PA, who has been helping parents understand the challenges of beginning new lives as a blended family and offers practical solutions to help improve communication skills and ease the transition from separate households into a larger, blended unit.
George S. Glass has served as a medical doctor and psychiatrist for over 30 years. By combining his own personal experience as a member of a blended family with experiences from his many years in practice, he created an inspiring toolkit for families in need. In his two latest books, Dr. George S. Glass offers expert advice for couples blending families, and takes it a step further with tips on how to avoid the pitfalls of over parenting.
Raquel Benavidez is a blended, broken and dysfunctional family survivor. She has flourished in creating her own new family dynamic. One that is filled with love, support and acceptance for all. Connect with her on Facebook at It’s a Family Affair
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This week we review "Regression" starring Ethan Hawke, Emma Watson, and David Thewlis. Within the context of 80's hysteria over satanic cults, a detective (Hawke) and psychiatrist (Thewlis) investigate the rape of a young woman (Watson) in the Midwest. "Regression" was directed by Spanish filmmaker Alejandro Amenábar whose 2001 flick "The Others" was probably underrated by most critics and movie-goers. Amenábar is also responsible for "Abre Los Ojos", the trippy, existential screenplay Cameron Crowe adapted into "Vanilla Sky". Tune in today at 1:30 PM PST to find out if this is a must-see or must-skip.
Depression is very real. Depression is a medical illness that needs to be taken seriously. The condition is not a sign of weakness. The national award-winning radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton will put the spotlight on depression with leading board certified psychiatrist Dr. Tiffany Cooke on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST. This critical segment will address the real issues associated with depression and other concerns. Do tune in with family and friends. This show will change lives! Join us for exceptional talk radio.
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Lost loves. First loves. We all have them but, given the opportunity, what to do when the possibility of reunion comes up? A psychiatrist offers her story, as well as what to look for. It is believed that most men and women carry around, throughout their lives, the image of someone they loved in the past but with whom they did not ultimately join their lives. Someone they continue to wonder about through the years, sometimes almost obsessively -- particularly when things are not going well in their lives -- and sometimes not at all. Still, that figure haunts them and makes them wonder how different their lives may have developed with that other companion. At times they pine and long physically for the presence of this first and sometimes only real love.
Some of the hottest and most passionate relationships usually take place between couples of teenage years. Nothing is more lustful than two teenagers in love. It also hurts the most when it ends. Many times, if the ending happens for reasons other than the couple is just tired of each other and ready to move on, the love becomes unrequited. Even though these two individuals may move forward in life and even go on to marry other people, they never forget their first love. This love is something that may never leave them no matter how far they travel.
That’s why it’s very tempting to rekindle an old flame if the opportunity presents itself. You’ve probably heard many tales of how couples that have been separated for years suddenly find themselves back together and realize they still have the same feelings for each other as they did when they were a couple the first time around. Those are very possible and very heartwarming stories. However, it doesn’t always turn out that way. Many times, it’s just the fervent wish to revisit a time in life where the feelings were exciting and the couple was beautiful.
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Author, Speaker, Full-Circle Health Coach and passionate about healthy and balanced living.
Why is Emotional Balance in our life so important?
I am not a Psychiatrist or a Psychologist, though have studied Psychology to become a nurse and then a teacher.
Why do these two professionals say we need Emotional Balance?
to understand people better, learn easier
to know how to ask questions that open up their minds and emotions i/o to help them
How do we know that we are Emotionally balanced?
When we are, how do we feel? Stressed? Even keeled? Easy going? Happy?
When we are not? Tense? Irritable? Angry? Frustrated?
What are the side affects of either?
How can we avoid the negative side affects?
How can we make sure we are balanced? Titer Toter, muscle testing
Meditation, Music, reading, listening to positive talk, walk, exercise, rest, healthy nutrition, ample hydration
Interaction with others
Recap: being emotionally balanced with all of the above mentioned points, helps us avoid going into Depression, having suicidal thoughts, and worse. It's all about Balance and today it's the Emotional Balance.
Stay happy, healthy and empowered!
Brian enlisted in the Navy in 1997, attended initial training schools, and advanced to the rank of Fire Control Technician Third Class. During his tour on the USS Frank Cable (AS-40), a superior non-commissioned officer sexually assaulted him in August 2000. He was ordered by his command not to pursue a report of this crime with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. After this crime, Brian was misdiagnosed with a Personality Disorder by a Naval psychiatrist and discharged by his command in August 2001. He received a disability rating from the Department of Veterans Affairs in June 2002 for his post-traumatic stress disorder resulting from the military sexual trauma. Brian’s petition to change his discharge from a general discharge for a personality disorder to a medical retirement for post-traumatic stress disorder was denied by the Board for Correction of Naval Records in August 2004.
Brian holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Anne Arundel Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Stevenson University, and a Master of Science in Forensic Studies from Stevenson University in December 2013. His master’s thesis was written on military sexual trauma and nominated for publication in the Stevenson Forensics Journal.
Brian is currently a second year student at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota where he is pursuing a joint JD/MPA program and serves as Treasurer of the Mitchell Hamline Veterans Association.
He hopes to continue serving by litigating and continuing to advocate for veterans and military sexual trauma survivors.
We have all faced loss: the death of a friend, relative or pet; the end of a relationship; the loss of a job, dream, or limb. These losses provoke grief, an emotion that is part of a normal, healthy healing process. Restraining grief can be harmful; addressing it heals.
Many people misunderstand grief. They think crying or showing emotional pain is a sign of weakness. They try to deny grief, but feeling the pain helps the person to cope with the loss and return to normal ways of living.
Responses to grief involve all aspects of one’s life: emotional, physical, social, spiritual, and mental. Everyone experiences grief differently and to varying degrees.
On this episode of Healing Spirit and Beyond, Roxie and Carrie offer support and healing ideas based on their own experiences and the experiences of helping others during difficult times. Some of the ideas they will share are creating rituals, or a memorial, as a special way to honor your loved one and remember the special relationship you had. They will discuss creating or finding spiritual activities that are meaningful to you—such as praying, meditating, or going to church. What guidance comes from spirits on the other side?
Respected author and psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross stated "there is not a typical response to loss, as there is no typical loss. Our grieving is as individual as our lives."
Take a deep breath, open your mind and join us for this very special show.
Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, as she chats with Psychiatrist & Life Coach, Dr. Karen Hammers, on depression, suicide, and mental health.
Karen is going to talk about the signs and symptoms of depression, how to know when it's time to ask for help or assist a loved one in getting help, and where to get help if needed. We'll also talk about the various types of mental health professionals and coaches that are available, and will share overall tips on how to improve your mental health.
To learn more about Karen, please go to www.karenhammers.com. To learn more about Erica, please check out www.catchgoodhealth.com. And don't forget- good health is contagious...pass it on!