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Growing up is tough enough for children. When they reach the teen years moving forward, what they have learned or picked up from their families, peers and friends begin to form their own view of life. When a craniofacial anomaly also plays a significant role, that adds more to the maturation process. This week's "CleftCast" continues "The Healthy Smile" series as host Joe Rutland speaks about growing up through these years, how developing a healthy self-esteem can definitely help and begin to set yourself up for success in life. Life is worth living and those in the cleft/craniofacial community can always use a listening ear and helping hand.
We're back again for another fun filled,and inspiring show with The Beauties of I AM ME UNIVERSITY! We can't wait to share our HOT TOPICS,our #IAMMEMOMENTS,our #WHODOESTHATMOMENTS, and of course #THEINSPIRATIONALCORNER. Join us, as we welcome our wonderful guest to the mainstage of #IAMMMERADIO. LaTasha West, Creator of The Next 100, and "Live The Dream Symposium, and "Live The Dream Radio".We can't wait to hear, what she has for us!
Make sure you call us early to get a front row seat to hear from #IBEAUTY, #MISSSWEETHEAT, and #TIFF of The Beauties of #IAMMEUNIVERSITY on #IAMMERADIO call us at 845-321-9898 or listen at www.Blogtalkradio.com/IAMMERADIO
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This Week- Are you tired of being frustrated, anxious, and just bit irritated with everyone and everything in your life? Join Dr. Lila Robinson as we discuss the foundation of frustration, principles to overcoming frustration and how to become supercharged in your life leaving behind frustrations, anxieties and of course irritation.
Every Week: Faith Behind Bars & Beyond will explore life issues that plague individuals within the Body of Christ preventing them from living a life fully and abundantly in Christ. for more information email us at email@example.com
as always these programs are never to be substituted or intended to replace professional medical care. Always talk with your doctor about any changes in diet, excercise or medication.
Join Dr. Lila Robinson as we go deeper into Overcoming the Issues of Life. Over the next few week we will discuss issues such as Anger, Bitterness, Fear, Anxiety, Hopelessness and more and how those core emotions prevent ex-offenders, inmates, christians and individuals from living life beyond their issues.
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Returning to Spirit Alive Network: Missionaries on the Battlefield...
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To Dr. Gloria McArter, soul is the creative energy experience in the heart and mind and whole body. As we open the doorway to explore possibilities in the second half of our lives we create the opportunity to notice, listen to and honor the meaning of the soul so that we can understand its worth and thus our own…
In this discussion you will learn more about how to give and receive in the many transitions of midlife and beyond. Glo will guide you through how to transform fear to curiosity, move from shock to awe and see the mistakes of your earlier years as acceptable of your humanness.
Within these thirty minutes Dr. Glo hopes you will shift from distraction to awareness within your life!
Dr. Glo, aka Gloria McArter, helps us to create the best forward moving years possible with our desire to be present and live passionately in order to continuously refine what it is that we think we know. In her work, Dr. Glo encourages her clients to be open to continued learning and shares her accumulated wisdom in order to help others sail into their best midlife years and beyond.
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SDIAG sheds light on the silenced topic of Child Sexual Abuse for April Child Abuse Prevention Month. 1 out of 3 girls, 1 out of 5 boys will be sexually abused before age 18.Child Sexual Abuse awareness and prevention. From Darkness to Light survivor stories of Sexual Child abuse and our very own Founder of SDIAG will talk about these silenced topics and the importance of Breaking the Silence.IT IS 98% PREVENTABLE.
On tonight's episode of The Evolution of Perspective, Ellen Gee talks about black women in the news. From Karyn Washington committing suicide to Domineque Banks succumbing to complications from Lupus, and Mimi Faust and Nikko Smith's sex tape, black women are having the worst media week/experience.
Ellen recites the Vagina Monologue she created for the Divas DISH production on April 5. It ties into the theme of the show and is a passionate expression of what she believes. That is when black women lose, we all lose.
"Oh you look great...FOR YOUR AGE...". How many times have you heard THAT line? With each new day, we older. With each new birthday, more candles on the cake until we don't want to count anymore. Aging is an inevitable part of lifeas time waits for no man.
In our age obsessed media culture we begin to think growing older means we have to 'settle down' and retire the desire and ability to have fun, dance, laugh, be silly, flirty, adventurous. When we begin to allow our advancing age to define our options, we lose our vitality and passion for each new day.
As we are all living longer due to the advances of modern medicine, we must remember to Divorce our negative assumptions about how our age limits us but rather focus on how much LIFE we choose to put in those years. Join Melissa and her special guest, Char Leonard, as she discusses the issue of aging with passion and purpose. Char will teach us all how age is just a number but FUN and PASSION is a way of life no matter what your chronological age.
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Body Shame Drama negatively impacts 80% of women and girl,s and is the leading cause of life threatening diseases such as anorexia, bullemia and self harm in young women. On this week's show, Melissa will chat with Dr. Felicia Clark, former Plus size model and advocate for ending Body Shame BS and learning to love your body at any size! Dr. Clark will teach us the "10 Commandments for Loving YOUR body, as is!"
We have all been hurt in our lives and left with scars both physically and mentally. And even though we may heal, the scars we are left with play as reminders to the pain we may have endured and the things we've been through. Instead of hating or resenting your scars, see them as a reminder of how far you've come and the hurdles you have faced in life but overcame. Celebrate your scars, use them and your life experiences to not only become better personally but to help someone else along the way.
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