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Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, September 23, 2015, Noon EST
Award winning business man Terry John is a busy guy. Like many small business people, he believes in improving his local community. In addition to running his Mid-Atlantic Tire Pros in Easton, Maryland, sitting on non-profit boards, and raising a family - he helps kids. Over the last decade, Terry has taken a multi-pronged approach:
Provided over 2,000 soccer balls to his local sports program
Started the Koats for Kids program in memory of his late wife Arlene John – giving away over 4,000 coats
Established the K.ID child verification program in partnership this the Easton, Maryland, Police Department, providing fingerprint and photo records for parents
His latest endeavor is the Mid-Atlantic Tire Pro Automotive Technology Scholarship Fund at the local high school.
Join Mark and Carolyn, as we talk with Terry about his drive for helping kids, what drives small business owners to work so hard in their local communities, and the rewards of paying it forward.
Nick & Joanna are following up on using Ayurveda and Hypnosis during the lifespan. Following the shows on pregnancy and childbirth, today they will be focusing on how Ayurveda can be used to nurture and nourish a child's unique nature.
By knowing an understanding your child's unique nature or constitutional type, you will learn how foods, exercise, activities, and daily & seasonal practices can be implemented to support healthy development of the body, intellect, emotions, and spirit. This also sets kids up for cultivating the best habits as they get older that will help them reduce stress and age with grace and ease.
Learn what practices can help the growing number of kids who are facing obesity, stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression and other health-related concerns that can put them on medications pre-maturely. We'll also explore the reasons why some illness present themselves predominantly in childhood due to the energetics of this part of the lifespan.
Our next show will focus on how hypnosis can help kids manage emotions, behavioral problems, and plant positive suggestions that cultivate self-love and and acceptance, thereby helping children know their inherent self worth.
Find us always at www.thekalyanacentre.com / www.drjoannacarmichael.com
Receive 20% off an intitial consultation with Nick or Joanna when you mention this show.
Tolerance, respect, compassion and other values start at home, in healthy, strong relationships between the generations. As role models, parents and grandparents can teach good values, like tolerance, accepting differences, shedding prejudices, and making good decisions to their loved ones. Kids who exhibit qualities of acceptance, courage, and inner strength grow up to become confident and successful adults.
Join Amy Newmark, the publisher and editor-in-chief for Chicken Soup and me on Tuesday, September 22, 10-11 A.M. CT US as we discuss inspiring stories that provide practical, insightful tips for parents and grandparents looking to strengthen their families and raise caring, confident, successful children.
We all want our kids to be confident and learn how to speak well. Chanti Niven and Desiree Luethy run the Captivating Kids program to help kids achieve their full potential and during this show we will be discussing ways in which to raise a confident child to become a confident and successful adult. Model the behavior you wish to see you in your child and help them to succeed now in their academic life and later in their professional lives. This is really the best gift you can give them.
Ryan Weimer is on a Mission and its to make sure that kids in Wheelchairs have an unforgettable experience at Halloween. His organization, Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit that makes epic Halloween costumes for children in wheelchairs
I say EPIC, I mean EPIC!!! There will not be a kid big or small who will not be envious of the amazing, incredible, imaginative and spectacular costumes Ryan builds at Magic Wheelchair, transforming wheelchairs into AWESOMNESS and at no expense to their families. The costumes are only limited by Imagination and we all know imaginations can be LIMITLESS, RIGHT?
Each year, children ( with their parents permission ) submit a one to 3 minute video explaining to the organization what they want to be for Halloween and why they should be chosen to receive a costume.
Out of all the submissions, five kids are chosen to receive an incredible costume that is guaranteed to put a smile on their face.
So, how did this come about? Ryan Weimer and his wife have five children, 2 of whom have SMA, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, making it impossible for them to walk. Sadly two others passed from this disease, however In 2008, when Ryan’s eldest child Keaton received his first wheelchair, his father asked him what he wanted to be for Halloween? Keaton answered, "A Pirate"
This is where it all started. Like any parent Ryan wanted to please his kids so he made an AMAZING Pirate ship. Ryan wanted his kids to be seen as superstars, not someone to be pitied.
When a child announces that he or she is gay, lesbian or transgender many parents are unable to respond to the news with sensitivity or support of their child. Reactions can range from throwing the child out of the house immediately to making every effort to understand what the child is going through, and everything in between, such as: "How could you do this to me? What did I do wrong?"
Our today's guest is Dr. Anne Dohrenwend, author of "Coming Around: Parenting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Kids," who will discuss how the child's "coming out" to his or her parents can be the most determinant factor in the child's moving forward successfully. Anything short of telling the child "I love you" will be heard by the gay young person that he/she doesn't really deserve love but the family members offer it anyway.
Anne Dohrenwend, PhD, ABPP, is assistant program director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint, Michigan and an associate professor at Michigan State University. She works with parents and young people coping with LGBT issues. She has a PhD in counseling psychology from the University of North Dakota and is board certified in Clinical Health Psychology. Anne and her partner live in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Chanell Ketchmore of the Ketchmore Kids Foundation will be our guest along with frequent guest panelist "Goodhair".
Hosted by Barbara Williams Cason, Some Guy Named Jay and Ms. Maria Jones.
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Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.
*Best of replay - for just another week or so until we relaunch under a cool new name.
TONIGHT! Developmental psychologist Dr. Peter Gray will explain why our current educational system is actually counterproductive to educating kids. Our way of schooling kids ignores our evolved psychology and how children actually learn, and removes children’s natural joy of learning from them in the process.
It turns out that schooling based on the principles of a democracy -- applied to children -- is highly effective schooling for keeping kids engaged, helping them develop self-control, and helping them develop to their fullest and become highly productive adults living meaningful lives.
Peter’s fascinating book: Free to Learn: Why Unleashing the Instinct to Play Will Make Our Children Happier, More Self-Reliant, and Better Students for Life.
Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday from 7-8 pm Pacific and 10-11 pm Eastern, here at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.
Buy my book, "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" at Amazon, and look for my award-winning, nationally syndicated, science-based advice column in a paper near you, or ask the editor to carry it!
The Late Night Girls: Coiled, Confident & Chic
Join us as we interview Naturalista and Blogger Patrice Jolene of Coiled, Confident & Chic! She'll be sharing some style tips and what natural hair meet-up she might be having next! Visit www.patricejolene.com to find out more!