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Please join Irene Roth on Friday June 20 at 4PM EST 3 PMCST 2PM MT 1PM PST for a wonderful show that will help parents understand what to say to successfully empower their children Irene will be doing a step by step discussion that will be easy to follow and helpful.
Topic: The Importance of Empowering Teens
Show Date and Time: Friday, June 20th, 4 pm EST.
Here are a few ways that parents can empower teens:
Talk to your kids a lot about what their beliefs and values are as opposed to what the culture is dishing out to them;
Empowering our children to be the best that they can be by believing in them and helping them be more responsible;
Not beating them up when they make mistakes but to talk to them at length and try and correct them in the future;
Developing a relationship of unconditional love with our children and teens;
Developing honest and open interaction with our teens by having face to face chats on a consistent basis.
for more info on the show
Today on Community Voices we discuss the book “The Ruby Tear Catcher” with the Author Nahid Sewell. Nahid Sewell is A native of Iran, Nahid came to the US before the Islamic Revolution to attend Lehigh University.
For more information on Nahid Sewell go to: http://www.therubytearcatcher.com
Host, Interviewer, Producer: Carly Alyssa Thorne http://www.CarlyAlyssaThorne.com
For Full blog post with Links and Embed of Podcast and Video Interviews go to: http://carlyalyssathorne.com/the-ruby-tear-catcher/
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Ruby Roth to talk about her new book, Vegan Is Love. Ruby Roth is an author-illustrator and activist living in Los Angeles. A vegan since 2003, she was teaching art in an after-school program when the children’s interest in healthy foods and veganism first inspired her to write her first book in 2009. Featured on CNN, FOX, NBC's Today Show, and other major media outlets, Roth has received international attention for her s
From Sticky Ass Glue to oxidizing wood (Europe) - learning new industries and coming up with products no one else has... Ron Roth (together with some lifelong friends) embarked on creating a series of companies dedicated to manufacturing and distributing high quality products for home and business.
In today’s show he pulls back the curtain and shares the adventures and insights of what it takes to succeed on the entrepreneurial trail.
Join us for "Breakthrough Directions" as guests share their secrets for building relationship capital, relationship marketing and internet marketing strategies, and offline & online business systems that have created huge success for thriving businesses.
Airing weekly on Tuesdays at noon eastern and in permanent replay, come learn how you can apply these secrets to succeed in your own business as well!
In between episodes, you can get help any time you need it through the FREE DirectionsU "30-Day IM Challenge" that walks you through applying the internet marketing strategies and online business systems, and the Breakthrough Academy "GOLD Program" for growing a thriving business. They show you how to apply what you learn about on the show to YOUR business, step by step!
Silverado Care Facility is a virtual prison of torment for the elderly where they are chemically restrained and kept there against their will for money--$8000 per month, not to mention the cost they get for hospice. Get them out of there! DADS is investigating the place for neglect. I heard of another woman tonight, Ms. Ruby Peterson, that has been locked in this Hell hole by her own daughter and son. Despicable! She is crying for help and we are about to mobilize and give it to her!! Join me in a protest! Spread the news!
This week on Death By Dvd Hank and Nash will be discussing the refreshing 2012 disaster movie "Aftershock", a film brought to us by writer, producer and actor Eli Roth. Jeez, someones an over achiever.. Directed by Nicolás López, you know, that guy that did some other things, the boys will be sure to get massively off topic and rattle off some alarmingly insane things! If ya don't listen and send this link to ten friends in one month you'll recieve a horrible credit rating! Ohhhhhh! Ahhhhhhhh!!!
We Dish on EVERYTHING. From clothes, current events, black female enterprise, black feminism, black female rights, black female sexuality, black female health, black female wealth and most importantly BLACK FEMALE SOVEREIGNTY!
While Iyanla mite "help" you "fix" your life: the Angry Deva's help you GET YO LIFE!
In all thy Getting, get an Understanding.
The Original Mother, the Black Wombyn is the last to awaken to her Divinity and Divine Place in the Cosmos. We are the place to discuss all the things they DON'T WANT us to talk about or focus on. Tune in daily, write to us to be a host, and share! This is FOR US and BY US. so lets SUPPORT our OWN.
in Self Help
In 2012, Ruby A. Taylor, M.S.W. was in a car accident. It totaled her car and gave her a concussion, which later turned into a TBI. Because of the brain injury, as with most of us, her life turned upside down. Ruby is currently on a mission to take away the shame and embarrassment of brain injury and help survivors recover through the support of family, friends, and professionals.
Ruby is excited about offering her free ebook "99 Problems and My Brain is 1, informational and inspirational blog posts, documentaries, and workshops to help spread awareness, compassion, and support for brain injury survivors and our families. You can visit Ruby and learn more about Compassion Pictures at www.compassionpictures.net
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. :)
Some nights we will have a featured guest, and others we will introduce a topic of recovery, encouraging callers to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org
Becca Roth has been writing stories and screenplays since before she was old enough to type.
When she was little, she would pace back and forth in her family’s computer room while her mom transcribed Becca’s excited spouting of The Wizard of Oz 2: Dorothy’s Roller-Blading Adventure. (The film has yet to be produced.) Becca made her first short film, Kings and Queens, at the age of seventeen, and has been writing and directing ever since.
She graduated from Kenyon College in 2010, where she studied film, drama, anthropology, and finding four leaf clovers. After spending her first year out of college working for tips and crewing on other people’s projects, she set out to make her first independent film. With her tip money, she made Rain in Summer, a short film that went on to screen at nearly a dozen
film festivals nationwide, picking up several awards along the way.
She has just completed the feature-length documentary, One: A Story of Love
and Equality. She is extremely passionate about this project, and can’t wait to see where it will go. (Hint: It just won "Best Director-Feature Documentary" at the Queens World Film Festival).
Becca lives in Brooklyn with her girlfriend and two mischievous kittens, Oliver and Twist (both female).
On this very special episode of the BIG show, we remember the life and career of a true Hollywood giant, Ruby Dee, who passed away at the age of 91. Dee was an actress, poet, playwright, screenwriter, journalist, and activist. She was a Grammy, Emmy, Obie, Drama Desk, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Awards winner. Dee was also the recipient of the National Medal of Arts and the Kennedy Center Honors, among scores of others awards and she was married to actor Ossie Davis until his death in 2005. Omar Moore and I will discuss and breakdown Dee's extraordinary and unprecedented almost seven-decade career on this very special edition of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.