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Join me, Michael W Idell this Friday February 5th at 5:30 p.m. till 6:50 p.m. Pacific time ( that's 8:30 p.m. till 9:50 p.m. Eastern Time ) on Brain Injury Radio Network as your host.
The topic of the week is "Let's Stop the Labels".
People with disabilities should be looked at by their abilities not what they're incapable of doing. There needs to be a stop with degradation segregation stereotypes and no one deserves to be pitied.
Many people with disabilities have more drive, initiative, and motivation more than most "normal" lazy people do without a disability.
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Ann Boriskie, a TBI survivor of more than 17-years says, “Get involved. Volunteer.” “By helping others with a brain injury, you truly help yourself in so many ways.” Ann is the Brain Injury Peer Visitor Association Director and her motto is “YOU CAN!”
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!
To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.
Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com
You do not have to be brain injured to be involved in the brain injury community. What you will learn about is how we are each other’s family in many circumstances. Because brain injuries don't just involve a traumatic brain injury, a stroke, a person who is mentally handicapped, or someone seen with a walker; there are hundreds of us who are with master’s degrees, major accomplishments, happy families, children, marriages, and careers who are brilliant and well mannered.
So many in the public don’t understand who we are. They don't understand this could be them in a moment’s notice as life events occur at any given time. Survivors and caregivers unite and we build a family of our own! We talk about what we have become and how well we stand together!
What we can do and will do is educate the public! We show individuals life is way too short and need to enjoy every second we have while we are here ALIVE! We do not let people whole us down! We will not allow anyone to talk down to us. We are strong and we are proud we have accomplished so much.
Join us together for a positive approach in life! Whining and complaining about how bad your life is, is just a waste of valuable time!
We Talk About What We Have Become and How Well We Stand Together!
Ryan Rocks It Asbury Park Style, (live talk radio show). I am pleased and so excited to interview my Niece, Amal Mimish, Community Organizer & Prospective Law Student - Washington, DC. I am pleased and so excited to interview my Niece, Amal Mimish on Thursday 2/11/2016 at 5:30 PM. To listen live call the studio # 213.943.3559 or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ryan-rocks-it-asbury-park-style.
I spent a wonderful 4 days with my niece a few months ago. I had never been to Washington, DC before so you can imagine what a thrill it was for me. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, seeing the City, the White House and Lincoln Center, etc. I also had the opportunity of taking many great photos which is one of my major hobbies. I loved the Washington, DC City atmosphere and was in photo heaven. I will be posting photos at a later date for your enjoyment!
People, get ready for a super informative and interesting conversation regarding "Save McMillan Park" and also saving "Union Arts DC". Just to let you know this is the first time that I am interviewing a family member. It is also the first time I am stepping out to speak on a SENSITIVE ISSUE. The issue of HISTORY! The second day of my visit Amal asked me if I would like to go on a (Peoples Tour of the Historic McMillan Park), and that we did and so much more. Amal and her surprise guest will tell you all about this passionate group of people and what they are doing to SAVE a part of this Historic Park for the generations to come. As stated above there will also be some discussion regarding the "Union Arts DC" building. BTW, both "Save McMillan Park" and "Union Arts DC" have facebook pages.
Be sure to tune in for an informative, interesting and above all else - FUN, FUN, FUN time with me and my niece, Amal.
Although my birthday is actually tomorrow 12/19, I would like to have a celebration of what we have together in the brain injury community as a birthday present.
I hope you all find a positive influence in the expereinces we share on or conference calls, our radio shows, and our chats on the phone to help one another in the brain injury community.
We could not have accomplished all we have done if it wasn't for all of you with us.
This next year I would like more people to get involved in teamwork sharing/networking the work we do to help more people nationwide and globally. We plan to have a global resource center location, also set up locations in each state to communicate together for people to get education and support services and building to help all of those in need for their children, families, and friends to understand brain injury and neurological impairments of all kinds.
Positive motivation has an impact on everyone involved with family members, caregivers and those involved with neurological impairments.
Recovery processes have an undoubtable negative impact on invidividuals without a positive influence involved.
A positive perception assists everyone through coping strategies including the initial impact on the news, the struggles involved, and the accomplishments made.
Families and caregivers need to have somewhere to go to when they have their struggles like giving up their lives, paying bills, making time for another life, and the responbilities which ensue.
Then most importantly is teamwork! ANYONE INVOLVED NEEDS TO LISTEN, LEARN, AND COMMUNICATE!
This is why we (ASBISG.org) have conference calls and meetings for caregivers. All of the attention isnt focused on just the survivors lives. Caregivers and family members understanding, communication, love and affection have an enormous affect on the brain injured. We are all a product of our environment. The community needs to help one another and help each other through the good times and bad.
Ryan Rocks It Asbury Park Style with Former Mayor of Asbury Park, NJ, Ed Johnson and Woman about town, Beverly Beveridge, Public Relations Director, FMC Productions, NYC. I am so excited to have these two very special personal friends of mine on my show once again. I have interviewed them both individually in the past and what we like to do is have FUN, FUN, FUN. So tune in to hear all about the "People-to-People Cultural Exchange Trip to CUBA" that was planned and realized by these two fantastic people. Of course to make such a trip possible Ed and Beverly had the welcomed assistance of many others plus a few talented United States musicians who completed the group to make this special historic trip.
Per Beverly, On Wednesday, 12/16/2015 an adventurous 14 member delegation met in Miami, Florida after many challenging months of planning to go to CUBA. The mission was to attend and perform at the "31 ST Annual Jazz Festival in Havana." On Thursday night, the group touched down into a time warp at the HAVANA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT via Eastern Airlines # 737, with the AMERICAN FLAG on the plane. This plane landed on the 1 ST Anniversary of renewed diplomatic relations with Cuba. Their group stayed at the beautiful Miramar Section (aka "Embassy Row") of Havana just minutes from all of the excitement of the Old Town.
To hear all about this most historic event from the originators of the trip kindly call the guest line 213.943.3559 or go to blogtalkradio.com/ryan-rocks-it-asbury-park-style. Sit back and enjoy live talk radio at it's BEST!
Peace, Nancy Ryan Host of " RYAN ROCKS IT ASBURY PARK STYLE".
PS I was nominated in the catageory of TOP RADIO PERSONALITY Supporting Local Talent at the Asbury Music Awards 12/2015.
"RYAN ROCKS IT ASBURY PARK STYLE" (live talk radio at it's BEST) is so excited to interview Harry Filkin of "THE HARRY FILKIN BAND". This is a new band and Harry will be debuting his original music at Tim McLoone's Supper Club Saturday 1/16, however, first we are going to have some FUN, FUN, FUN on my live broadcast. The show will air tomorrow evening at 5:30 PM. To listen live call the guest line (213) 943 - 3559 or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ryan-rocks-it-asbury-park-style. The show will appear on my Nancy Ryan, Ryan Rocks It Asbury Park Style and Inside & Outside The Fabulous Grand Arcade facebook pages minutes after the show is broadcast world wide. All of my shows are archived for your listening pleasure and convenience.
I have had the pleasure he seeing and hearing Harry perform many time and you are all in for a treat to hear from Harry first hand some private information about his youth and how he became the outstanding singer-songwriter that he is today. Harry will be talking about his new band "THE HARRY FILKIN BAND" and about some of his original music. Harry is also supporting a not-for-profit organization that I was asked to promote by a friend of mine Barb. In fact Barb suggested I interview Harry and the rest is history. Harry has written a song for his friend Peter who lost a Son to addiction. The song's title is "Blood Of My Blood". The not-for-profit is TOPAC The Overdose Prevention Agency Corporation. Paul Ressler the President and CEO of TOPAC will be joining us at the end of the interview. I am personally very excited to interview Harry and have Paul as a new not-for-profit organization. This is # 8 for me.
So folks mark your calendars now and tune in tomorrow evening for some FUN, FUN, FUN with me and Harry. Peace, Nancy
Set-Backs of Brain Injury
Brain injury is a rollercoaster in lifes roads, ups and downs and downs. Each set back can have a huge effect on our emotions our stability and the very essence of who we are. It can question the very fiber of who we are.
There does not seem to be an easy road just a road with lots of challenges that we must travel. But travel we must and we do not have a choice in the matter. But we are faced with the choice to do or not to do.
And I think that really only leaves us with the choice to do, not to do is not a good choice so on ward we go through this rollercoaster called life. It is easier together so how to find those willing riders in the journey called life
Let us travel this road together and find the success wek need to make our lives the best possible
In this episode we will be talking to Ryan Young from Molecular Reptile about his approach to keeping and breeding White Lipped Pythons. He has successfully bred this species 3 years in a row. White lipped pythons are a more advanced species of python that are being kept in the reptile hobby today.
We will talk in depth about his approach and what really makes this species tick.
Molecular Reptiles- website
Molecular Reptiles facebook page
The Propelled Heart: Moving from Injury to Insight with Dr. Toni Luisa Rivera
She was a whirlwind of a doctor. The only chiropractor on a remote part of Puerto Rico, she was inundated with patients, many of whom were out of pain for the first time in years. Wanting to heal EVERYONE, she drove herself to extremes. But what really drove Dr. Toni Luisa Rivera was buried so deep that only in her 30s were the memories really starting to offer clarity--repeated sexual assaults before the age of four, a heart crushed by a mother so overwhelmed with the truth that she couldn't find it in herself to comfort her daughter and a burning desire to be of value, to prove her worthiness.
It was a recipe for disaster and it was only through listening deeply to her own body that Rivera found her way to physical, mental and emotional health. And it is this deep listening and intuitive technique that Dr. Toni offers her readers in her new book The Propelled Heart: Moving from Injury to Insight.
Part memoir, part healing guidebook, Dr. Rivera tells of her passage to insight, allowing injury to transform into the gifts she brings to the world. Dr. Toni recounts how she listened to her body's physical pain to help unlock those wounds of forgotten childhood sexual abuse, freeing her to follow an inner-driven, more deliberate, more intentional and joyful way of life, while still serving those who needed help.
For more information visit: http://www.toniluisarivera.com/
Speak with Psychic Practitioner Journey Ryan about that things you would like to know. Journey is here to help us when when we can't see the road ahead to clear away the clouds. Journey has been helping people for over 15 years with healing, readings, life coaching and much more. Journey is also the one the psychics come to for readings and healing. So start talking so you can start living, and take back control over your life. When gettting a reading with Journey please have the question ready, and please remember you are live on the air.
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