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Psychic Louise Helene, author of I Saw Your Future And He's Not It, and her brother Lawrence discuss growing up in a psychic household. As children, when their friends were skipping rope and playing in the park, Louise and Lawrence were participating in seances, spending time at Spiritualist camps, and listening to their psychic mother give readings. In this one hour show, Louise and Lawrence talk about their amazing experiences as children and invite listeners to call in for free mini-readings.
Tonight we're joined by Suzanne Skala (Executive Director, SuperSibs), Melanie Goldish (Founder, SuperSibs) and Whitney Kvistad (Masters of Nursing Grad Student) to disuss the unique and unmet needs of siblings in the cancer journey, significantly in childhood, adolescence and young adulthood. Also, live in-studio, writer/comedian and testicular cancer suvivor H. Alan Scott.
Host: Haneef Jordan
Co Host: Daniel Blackburn III
Guest Vee Prince
Guest Teisha Y Levi
Learn how conflict coaching can help you change those dynamics to manage conflict and communicate more productively with your aging parents and adult siblings. You will learn what a conflict coach does, and will take away some tips on how to get unstuck from patterns of communication that aren't working as you navigate the difficult conversations that come with aging. Carolyn is a mediator, teacher, trainer and conflict coach. Certified by the Maryland Council for Dispute Resolution, Carolyn is qualified to mediate for the Maryland Circuit and District Courts. She has been an active trainer for mediators and for service providers in elder mediation, issues around aging, and mediation skills since 2001. Carolyn was a co-founder and first tri-chair of the Elder Decision-Making Section of the Association for Conflict Resolution, and chairs its Training Standards Committee. She is an adjunct professor at Shepherd University and at Anne Arundel Community College where she has taught in the Institute for the Future and teaches in the Continuing Professional Education Department. She was a co-founder and served as Director of Training for Senior Mediation and Decision-Making. Carolyn authored a chapter in Pre- & Post-Retirement Tips for Librarians (American Library Association, 2012).
Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation, conflict analysis, facilitation, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido.
On tonight's show Casey and I will be discussing rivarlries between siblings, the difference between cheating and being on a "break" and many surprises. I will be taking your calls live, so be sure to call in if you want advice or just want to make a statement.
Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, a parent discuss how you can make your ADHD family outings more positive. If you dread picking pumpkins with your kids because family arguments arise, this topic could make your family outing much more enjoyable. Whether picking apples or pumpkins, many family outings don't end up as the happy event they used to be; mostly in part to hectic lifestyles, distractions, arguing siblings and the usual teenage drama. Join us to explore ways that your family can still pick pumpkins without them turning into pie before you get home!
My guest this Sunday, Nov. 3 is author Nike Campbell-Fatoki. We will be 'chatting' about her new book, Thread of Gold Beads.
About the author:
Nike Campbell-Fatoki was born in Lvov, Ukraine to Nigerian parents. She spent her formative years in Lagos, Nigeria, listening to stories and folktales told by her maternal Grandparents. Her fondest memories were the weekends her mother took her and her siblings to Kings Way, on Lagos Island, returning back with bags of story books.
About the book:
Amelia, daughter of the last independent King of Danhomè, King Gbèhanzin, is the apple of her father’s eye, loved beyond measure by her mother, and overprotected by her siblings. She searches for her place within the palace amidst conspirators and traitors to the Kingdom. Just when Amelia begins to feel at home in her role as a Princess, a well-kept secret shatters the perfect life she knows. Someone else within the palace also knows and does everything to bring the secret to light. A struggle between good and evil ensues causing Amelia to leave all that she knows and loves. She must flee Danhomè with her brother, to south-western Nigeria. In a faraway land, she finds the love of a new family and God. The well-kept secret thought to have been dead and buried, resurrects with the flash of a thread of gold beads. Amelia must fight for her life and what is left of her soul.
The network that brought us “Braxton Family Values” and “Tamar and Vince” has added a new royal reality family to its lineup. “The Ruckers: Southern Royals“ is WEtv‘s latest reality show. The series follows three successful and educated African-American sisters from South Carolina.
“I’m attracted to older men because I know I’ll have their undivided attention and they won’t look at anyone else.” Ione Rucker Jamison, 33, is the youngest of the siblings. Last year she went through a public divorce with Antawn Jamison (Los Angeles Clippers) after the basketball player admitted to infidelities and requested a separation. While wearing her six-carat diamond ring, cameras follow the mother of three, as she re-enters the dating game. “We’ve lived the American dream. We are a highly educated, successful, tight knight family.” Ellen Rucker Carter, 36, is a chiropractor and ex-wife of basketball player Vince Carter (Dallas Mavericks). The college sweethearts have one daughter and divorced in 2006. Labeled the perfectionist, she has yet to commit to her politician boyfriend Bakari Sellers.
Nicknamed ‘the hot head’, Ruby Rucker Cooper, is an attorney with three kids and married to an orthodontist. Which is fitting since their father, Douglas Rucker, an award-winning dentist was the first African American dentist in Lancaster County. She is trying to balance life after going through financial hardship. Living with her are Aunt Dianne and Aunt Barbara, characters to tune in for. They help around the house and with the kids. Viewers will fall in love with these two show stoppers
Tonite we are honored to be joined by Author, Ms. Tashera Simmons as she stops by to promote her new book: "YOU THINK YOU KNOW. BUT YOU HAVE NO IDEA!" The Launch for this book is November 4th! https://tasherasimmonsbooktour.eventbrite.com/
Many know Ms. Simmons from sharing a last name with the Rap Icon Earl "DMX" Simmons as she is his Ex Wife.
Tashera Jamilia Draughn was born in New York, New York April 10, 1971 and is the eldest of 8 children. In 1978 her Panamanian born mother and Brooklyn born father moved her and her siblings to a New York City suburb Yonkers, New York.
Although Yonkers was to be a better place to live than the drug filled Manhattan , NY; things where very difficult for the Draughn family.
?After over twenty years together, four children, and massive success, Tashera has decided to separate from DMX and move forward to focus on her family and independence.
“Many have their opinions, some even say I should retreat, but God has given me the strength and I have far more to learn. While this process is a strenuous one, I will only become wiser and more refined. Life as I once knew it has been long gone, replaced by the fast paced, cumbersome walk down celebrity road.”
Find Tashera on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/TasheraSimmons