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Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey discuss the very timely subject of Seasonal Affective Disorder (also called SAD), a type of depression that occurs at the same time every year. Symptoms start in the fall and may continue into the winter months, draining your energy and making you feel moody. Don't brush off that yearly feeling as simply a case of the "winter blues" or a seasonal funk that you have to tough out on your own. You will also learn that this disorder affects more women than men and more young than old. SAD is not limited to the USA, although more prevalent in the North. Join us to discuss steps you can take to keep your mood and motivation steady throughout the year, even through this relentless winter many of us are experiencing!
Jane Garee of JaneGaree.com presents "Sad News: No One Cares What You Do". Wondering why more people don't jump to work with you? Maybe it's because you're telling them all about why they should...and they just don't care. Join me to learn what WILL get them interested in working with you and the reason no one is interested in how fabulous you are.
In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D. and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss Asthma and Survival, Blights that are affecting a wide variety of species off the West Coast, US pressure on Europe to accept GMO crops, and an unusual medical case and a sad survival truth.
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What to do, What to do.....I have a show tonight, uh, what to DO? I know, go back to watching Sunday morning T.V...
Channel 110 has "Gidget" on. Sally Fields, she's always happy. What's on MeTV? "The Exes", now there's a funny way to face divorce. Rerun, like my life (3 marriges, ya know - all over with). Next. Just flip the 'dial'....Chantex comercial tellilng me the side effects of 'non smoking' chewing gum may include my mental health. Humm. Sure, OK. *flip* Sports choices? Bowling, Bull Riding and Golf. Oh Boy! I mean, geeesh. No football, and its Sunday! Movie channels (but you'll have to focus...): Gladiator; Jack Nichelson something, gotta be serious. Old Western flick, "Santa Fe Trail". Wait, Ronald Regon stars in this one, you can't be serious! HBO has "Wardens", "Warm Bodys" and "Bullet to the Head". Man, all so serious and sad. If not deep following focus. Where's 'The Andy Griffith Show", or "The Jetsons"? "Maude", "Leave it to Beaver" or "Barney Miller" when you need them....
You see, and especially the early months of a TBI, the mixed up moments are confusing to a situation. You may laugh in church, or cry unexpetedly at the dinner table. Ignore a solem seating, or overlook safety. And more, much more. Uh, you have rattled your brain with a TBI, all parts and functions! Some memories or thoughts, ways will return, some not. Again, you have RATTLED your brain, bruised parts, killed parts. Bruising will heal, in due time. The dead cells? Already being 'buried' with brand new cells (don't drink!). Call, or have your Mom call me. I and WE have been through this....
Today's topic means quite a bit to me as a Christian. Hopefully it will mean quite a bit at least to the Christians who catch the show. On Thursday, the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. voted to allow ministers to perform same sex marriages. While that would be bad enough on its own, they even "one-upped" that decision. Not only are PCUSA ministers allowed to perform gay marriages, but marriage has indeed been redefined in the church's constitution. Society going down the road of sin and perversion is one thing. The church or a church doing it is something completely different. Today I'll be talking about that and maybe some of the larger and more recent aspects and developments of the gay marriage issue internationally, nationally, and within and how it applies to the body of believers. That's today at 4:30 Eastern, and archived after that.
What was intended as a broadcast about the week so far has turned into one day of major news proportions, what with the Malaysian (again!) Airlines tragedy. Add to that the Gaza-Israeli hostilities resuming after what has to be one of the shortest cease-fires in history. Your host, "The Voice", offers his commentary on those events and a few other small asides that caught his attention. Oh, and Derek Jeter had a good night at the MLB All-Star Game. (see, it's not ALL bad).
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Good Deeds presents Dr Audrey Sherman- is a licensed psychologist with 17 years of experience assessing and treating adults and children with various life challenges. DrSherman has a strong background in both Education and Psychology and her goal is to combine these backgrounds for the purpose of assisting others to obtain their highest level of personal development. Her belief is that it is not only possible for each client to overcome problems such as depression, anxiety, chronic anger and relationship difficulties, but that each individual also possesses the ability to reach their very utmost level of functioning and potential necessary for full personal gratification.
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