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  • Empowering Nurses through Career Coaching

    in Health

    Today we have the pleasure of speaking with Nurse Emma Soy. Nurse Soy has her Bachelors of Science in nursing as well as her Master’s degree. As a graduate of North Park University and Liberty University, she carries 25 years of experience as a nurse. She began her career working in pediatrics and then began to expand her knowledge with various positions in the nursing field. After being exposed to different experiences, she became an advocate for patient care initiatives. She used her passion to provide top quality patient care and motivation to help fellow nurses develop more skills, Emma then began to focus on becoming a nursing career coach.  Although she was able to observe her patient’s health status improve, she gained much appreciation getting the opportunity to witness her fellow nurses improve on their clinical knowledge as well as develop better techniques so that they could become better nurses.

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    TELLING THE STORY

    in Current Events

    SHARING THE STORY


            Why is it so important for trauma and domestic violence victims to tell their stories? Are they just sharing cautionary tales, or does the telling make a difference?


            It turns out that telling a trauma narrative does help with recovery for victims. Research also shows that sharing the story can also help minimize psychological effects that can follow.  At least one organization recognizes this and has helped survivors with the telling in at least one special project.


            Brian Pinero is the chief programs officer at the National Domestic Violence Hotline and its youth-focused program, loveisrespect.  He’s going to talk with us about a project designed to facilitate survivors’ stories and the results of that project. Prior to joining The Hotline, he supervised youth shelter services, was an investigator at Child Protective Services and worked as a juvenile probation officer. Brian is a member of the National Advisory Board for Crisis Text Line and holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Texas.


            Join us Saturday as we explore the importance of telling the story and how we can do that effectively. Call-in to share how your story or that of others has helped you deal with life experiences.  (646) 378-0430.


    Live at 11 am Pacific time, or go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways

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    Giving Voice to Your Story with Novelist Nicole Waggoner

    in Writing

    Nicole Waggoner, discusses her new novel The Act which will be published with She Writes Press.


    She talks about how one woman's choice will affect the core dynamics of this tight sisterhood forever. You'll never see career and ambition in the same way after listening to this interview.


     


     

  • "The Great American Story with Bob Day" Inst#1056 - 01Aug15

    in Radio

    "The Great American Story with Bob Day" 


    ... a Nationally Syndicated radio show unlike any other in Radio History which, is taking the "Radio-World" by storm!


    "When it comes to Telling Stories... "No One does it like Bob!"


    ...These are our stories told in a way you have never heard before.  Host Bob Day entertains and informs his audience with little known facts and long forgotten stories about the iconic people and events that make up The Great American Story.


      "The Great American Story with Bob Day" is Nationally Syndicated and, Broadcast LIVE every Saturday from Noon-2(pst) from am1410KMYC and Sundays from 8-10 pm (pst) then, re-cast to the world via "BlogTalk Radio". All episodes of "The Great American Story" are Archived at www.thegreatamericanstorywithbobday.com .


     “For affiliate information, contact RadioLinx Broadcast Marketing at 480-993-3150 or GreatAmericanStory@Radio-Linx.com”


    ENJOY the STORIES!!!

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    Nurses being Extorted to Alcoholics Anonymous - When and How did this happen?

    in Self Help

    Why are Nurses being coereced and extorted to AA for 5 years , forced to attend 3 days a week? How did this happen. Why and how did it get so entangled. I am shocked by what some Nurses have explained to me what is going on around the country. This is outrageous  and must be stopped. If you are a lawyer and are willing to help please contact us at makeaasafer@gmail.com and if you are a Nurse being forced to AA and NA and want to fight back please let us know so we can connect you to each other in hopes there can be a class action lawsuit. 


     

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    Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Shannon Hernandez

    in Writing

     


    M Shannon Hernandez, author of the memoir Breaking the Silence: My Final Forty Days as a Public School Teacher, talks about why she decided to leave the classroom, the courage it took to write her memoir, and issues of vulnerability.  


     


    Tune into this uniquely compelling story that embraces courage and purpose along with great teaching and educational reform challenges. 


    About Your Host 


    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service in the Israel Defense Forces. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 


     


     

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    Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Dina Elenbogen

    in Writing

    Memoirist and poet, Dina Elenbogen, discusses her newest release -- a compelling memoir, Drawn from Water: An American Poet, an Ethiopian family, an Israeli story.


    Dina, who plays her own character in the memoir, talks about motivations for writing the memoir, the challenges facing Ethiopian Jews today, and navigating cross-cultural boundaries.  


    Tune into this uniquely compelling storythat embraces cultures and challenges. 


    About Your Host 


    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: What My Service in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me about Faith, Courage and Love. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 

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    BACK STORY ASKS FOR AUTOPSY REPORT

    in News

    TO; THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, SHERIFF ADAM CHRISTIANSON,AND COUNTY COUNSEL


     


    THE BACK STORY AND PUBLISHER cARMEN sABATINO, REQUEST UNDER THE PUBLIC RECORDS ACT


    THE AUTOPSY REPORT OF JIM fERRARIIOWHO WAS BURNED TO DEATH BY


    A TASK FORCE UNDER THE COMMAND OF SHERIFF ADAM CHRISTIANSON.


    WE WILL SEEK FAMILY APPROVAL IF cOUNTY cOUNSEL FINDS THAT TO BE NECESSARY.


    THANK YOU,


    CARMEN SABATINO

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    Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Lori Schafer

    in Writing

    Memoirist, Lori Schafer, discusses her new memoir Of Hearing of My Mother's Death.


    Schafer, who plays her own character in the memoir, talks about the writing and healing process, her mother's psychosis and subsequently, her own transformation. 


    Like her mother, Schafer, too is a survivor. Tune into her story of survival. 


    It wasn’t until last year that Schafer learned that she had died – in 2007. No one will ever know her mother's side of the story now. But now she's giving voice to her own.


     


    About Your Host 


    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: What My Service in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me about Faith, Courage and Love. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 

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