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Think it’s easy being a kid these days? Think again: peer pressure, social pressure, finances, bullying, divorce, standardized testing, guns, drugs, school violence, abusive adults, low self-esteem, and more. These are many of the same problems that adults face, but as adults we typically have coping skills. But even though adults have coping skills, many still have difficulty dealing with these situations. So how do we expect kids to effectively handle these situations? More importantly, how and where do kids learn the social and emotional skills they need to cope with the life challenges they will ultimately face? The lucky kids will meet Staci Ellis, a child and adult psychotherapist who specializes in trauma. Years ago, Staci created a mock brochure for her young nephew which provided advice and preparation for life challenges. From that idea, Staci developed Life Stuff for Kids, a forum for kids to express and exchange thoughts on life challenges. Kids need to know they have someone to turn to for help and resources to get them through life’s difficulties. Staci Ellis knows more than most on that subject. She began as a Therapeutic Support Staff with a non-profit, served hundreds of families as a Mobile Therapist and Behavior Specialist for 15 years, then became a Trauma Therapist working with kids and adults. She taught parents and school staff behavior management skills and provided professional training on Trauma and Children to bachelor, masters, and doctoral level attendees, and facilitated a class for separating parents called Children in the Middle. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Lefty Leftist Ear Candy for the Choir... and those that still need to join:)
I'll be sharing my thoughts and analysis on the various happenings of the past week... ya' know... like I always do. I have a few new clips and am in good spirits. Come join the cool kids... Black, Red and Green... What else ya' got going on tonight at Eleven Thirty PM Eastern?
Share with your Lefty friends and Liberals alike. Join the chat room a few minutes before showtime.... call in if ya like... you have nothing to lose but your chains, right?
Plenty of stuff to share with you tonight. The world keeps turning and burning... I will have some news items I think are important to know about as well as some commentary on each one. If you feel like calling in tonight, please do.
Share this link with every citizen and victim of the empire that you know:)
Show is at Eleven Thirty PM - Eastern Time... runs two hours... or more... we will see;)
Salud, Pinko the Bear
Transgender kids is a subject I am completely new to. Since the interview with Bruce Jenner where he "came out" this subject has come front and center.
Baltimore Maryland has gone through some tragic events. The riots and the constant coverage of them along with the handling of the events is being watched by the world. Will this city ever recover?
Today we are fun raising for Jesus in the Morning Coneinence Store Opening. Selling cupcakes- Brownies - Nachoes with Beef - Fish Plates - Chicken WingsPlate - Candy Bags - Honey Dripper - Soda - Chips. Barbara Mack talking with the kids tand adults coming to buy these goodies. Feedback on Opening the Conveience Store from today's customers.
We are so happy to be a part of the YMCA Healthy Kids Day,There has been so many happy faces and they loved the CD that were provided for them. Thank you for your support.
Orlando Presentz is in the community spreading the word of God. God bless
After about as tough of a Gentlemen's Sweep as you could possibly see, the Memphis Grizzlies have advanced to the Western Conference Semi-Finals! Host Joe Mullinax and Producer Chip Williams will discuss the series that was & will be on an all-new episode of GBBLive at 6:30 PM CT Thursday!
The first segment of the program will feature the Managing Editor of Grizzly Bear Blues Chris Faulkner discussing everything GBB and Grizzly in "Grizzly Bear News." Ending Portland's season and looking ahead to the mighty Golden State Warriors will be the focus of the conversation.
The next segment will have a GBBLive debut! Matthew Preston AKA Matty P AKA Grizzlam will join the show to talk about Vines, Portland and Memphis as cities and what Memphis will have to do to "shock the world" and defeat the Warriors.
Finally, Matt Moore of CBSSports.com and @HPBasketball Twitter fame returns to GBBLive to help Joe and Chip determine X-Factors for the Golden State/Memphis series and much more.
The playoffs grind on! Make sure GBBLive starts your Second Round coverage right! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive, subscribe to the Podcast on ITunes and sign up for www.audibletrial.com/grizzlybearblues to get an awesome Audible.com audio book deal and help GBBLive make a donation to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Kids DO matter and today's topic is about the parents. Kids just don't understand why parents boss us around. What do you think? If you'd like to answer the question send Samya an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kids can call in 646.200.4679
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At a time when teen suicide, bullying, terrorism against Christianity and countless other issues are on the rise, taking a stand for what we believe is no longer an option but a necessity. As Christians we are supposed to be “The Light of the world”, “The Salt of the earth” and “The City on the hill” and are supposed to change the environment we’re in for the better, but are we bearing the fruit of what we say we believe? What’s up with people who say they are Christians but live like they are not? Are we saying we believe one thing but acting out another? How can we be about walking out our faith as opposed to simply talking a good game?
Join us as we have an open discussion on the subject. Call in for the LIVE broadcast or join the chat to post your comment. Visit our website @ www.kingdomcomenet.com and go to the Kingdom Kids Network page for updates. Invite and share with others. You are welcome!
January Jones - WHY Military Kids R Special
Today is Purple UP Day in celebration of Military Children, during this Month of the Military Child. At some time today (or whenever you read this) find a way to put on some purple and say a prayer for our Military Children. Thanks. And please be sure to read the bottom line, if not through to the bottom line. ;-)
10 Reasons Why Military Kids Are Special
1 Help their country by supporting their parents on military duty
2 Take on more responsibility when their parent is deployed
3 Learn to get along with people from all over the world
4 Experience exciting, new places to live
5 Know how to adjust to changing schools and making new friends
6 Understand about different cultures and people
7 Travel all around our country and the world
8 Positively cope with change and stress
9 Take pride in their parent’s patriotism
10 Appreciate our great country and its history and values
Source: National Guard Family Program. http://www.nationalguard.com/