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On Today's Episode, you will meet…(Rick Shapiro)
Rick Shapiro is an author, prolific law blogger, inventor (holding 18 U.S. patents and various international patents), and is a practicing trial attorney.
Rick is the author of Taming the Telomeres. He researched “Taming” for nearly 3 years before completing the fiction thriller. He drew from his experiences as a trial attorney, and as a Capitol Hill staff assistant before law school.
Rick resided in the Washington, DC area during college and law school, and explored Middleburg, Virginia, Georgetown, and several of the geographical areas that appear in Taming the Telomeres.
Today we will be discussing his new book: Taming the Telomeres
The “R” in “R.N.” stands for Rick. Rick Shapiro is an author, prolific law blogger, inventor (holding 18 U.S. patents and various international patents), and also a practicing trial attorney.
The author of Taming the Telomeres researched “Taming” for nearly 3 years before completing the fiction thriller manuscript, and drew from his experiences as a trial attorney, and as a Capitol Hill staff assistant before law school. Rick resided in the Washington, DC area during college and law school, and explored Middleburg, Virginia, Georgetown, and several of the geographical areas that appear in Taming the Telomeres.
He also authored a popular non-fiction social commentary novel titled “Faceplant: Chronicles of Facebook’s True Tales & Epic Fails” which was published by Outskirts Press.
As an inventor, he has invented and designed a number of folding, compact consumer products, including folding wagons, baby jogging strollers and the like. In connection with inventing and designing, Rick has travelled to Europe, Japan, Taiwan and China. He licensed a folding wagon patent to Radio Flyer, and is currently designing folding baby stroller products with Big Max, a European sporting goods company.
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Scott Cluthe LIVE tonight with Susan Anderson on Taming Your Outer Child. Call in: 347-308-8478
Meet your Outer Child, the self-sabotaging nemesis of your personality – the part that breaks your diet and gets attracted to all the wrong people. Whereas your Inner child is all about feelings, your Outer child is all about behavior. Outer Child acts out your inner child’s feelings – especially your abandonment feelings – without giving you, the adult, a chance to intervene. When you feel hurt, angry, or insecure, Outer acts out these feelings in ways that sabotage your relationships. Outer works like a bungling undercover agent to protect (overprotect) you from potential hurt. Stealthy, quick, and misguided, it intercepts love before you ever know what happened.
Susan Anderson is a psychotherapist who has devoted the past 30 years of clinical experience and research to helping people overcome their “outer child” patterns of self-sabotage and resolve their underlying abandonment wounds. She is author of Journey from Abandonment to Healing; Black Swan: Twelve Lessons of Abandonment Recovery; and the WORKBOOK: Journey from Heartbreak to Connection. Her latest book, Taming Your Outer Child: Overcoming Self-Defeating Patterns can ordered now. Her books are translated into German, Japanese, French, Spanish, Korean, and sold internationally.
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Why do we do self-defeating things like eating an entire sleeve of cookies when we are supposed to be on a diet? Or running up charges on our credit cards when we're already struggling to make the minimum payment? Or acting out in ways that sabotage our relationships? My guest today will help us understand why we sometimes do these things.
Her name is Susan Anderson. And she is the author of the new book "Taming your Outer Child:overcoming Self Sabotage and healing from abandonment."
The information found in her new book as well as what will be discussed during the show are an emormous help to anyone looking to let go of past dissapointments and self-recrimination and get on with the essential work of healing, building boundaries, and acquiring the skill to reach your goals. Find out more by visiting www.outerchild.net
Join Dr. Teresa Graham and The Girls Around The Table @ 7:00PM (CST) & 8:00PM (EST) as they discuss: "What does the Bible say about-Gossip." As we know -Gossip is common--people like to get the four-one-one-about others. But is gossiping wrong? What does the Bible say about taming the tongue? Ephesians 4:29 says, "Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers." Tune in and lets talk. Dail into the show @: 516-531-9244
R.N. Shapiro International Writer Author of Taming the Telomeres
grace n peace my overflow family/friends let dr sanchez ask u a question do u say things u really dont mean when u get mad (cuss gossip slander back bite nastysprit treat peole wrong) well join dr sanchez n the overflow family as we teach on tameing the untamable its going to be a great time in the lord tune in tonight @6pm 347-826-7007
Join us as we bring you a very special espisode of "Life Isn't A Dress Rehearsal: Taming Family Drama!"
On this special episode we will dive into how to tame family drama, how to protect yourself against bitter nasty rumors and possibly how to save your family relationships.
We all have a family and for the most part we love them, or at least some of them. Sometimes the drama overrides the love and with that, we have family drama.
Tune in as we discuss family drama and how to tame it...if possible.
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In like alion and out like a lamb, that's what they say about March. Are you fighting your own March lions? Today we're talking about facing the challenges, taking responsibility for our lives and finding a way to live better every day, whether it's raising children, dealing with parents or just getting your home ready for Easter. Join us live at 11am est or listen to the archive at your convenience and live your best March ever.
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Join us as we discuss the diverse subject, what "inner demons" are and what is required from us moving forward under the new energy influences to tame them and gain mastery over these aspects of ourselves. One of our greatest protection mechanisms is self-knowledge and self-power. Ignorance and fear breed so many negative expressions that it has now become imperitave to take self-responsibility to a whole new level if we are going to rise fully above the fate of the old world. We continue to invite our listeners to e-mail us with their expereinces or questions.
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I had the privilege of reading Kat Daemon's Taming Darkness recently. It was a real showstopper of a novel, and you can find my review right here: http://bit.ly/1lpzis2 Making my greedy eyes even happier is the fact that this fall, Kat will be releasing the sequel, Killing Darkness. I plan to be first in line to snatch it up. So should you.
Kat Daemon grew up in New York where her imagination always seemed to get the best of her. When she’s not hangKat Daemon grew up in New York where her imagination always seemed to get the best of her. When she’s not hanging with demons, she’s usually armed with a strong cup of coffee and dreaming up her next tormented character.
You can find Kat's book here: http://amzn.to/1k2ffD4
Follow her on Twitter @KatDaemon
Or visit her website: http://bit.ly/1k2fwGi
Raising great men isn’t easy especially for a single woman. Marie Roker-Jones is the founder of Raising Great Men (www.raisinggreatmen.com and @raisinggreatment)and she is stopping by to talk about raising boy and the importance of the mother-son connection. In fact, improving communications in relationships overall is something Marie is very passionate about.
Male, female, young or old, we have all grappled with feelings of envy at one point or another. Author Josh Gressel (Embracing Envy: Finding the Spiritual Treasure in Our Most Shameful Emotion) says that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In fact, he says envy can be good. By embracing envy, we can take this often negative emotion and transfer it into something that helps us become better versions of ourselves.