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Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of his friend and colleague: THE DISTINGUISHED AND PHENOMENAL, EXECUTIVE CHEF OF The Lifestyle Collective, New York - Atlanta - Seattle - Las Vegas - Sag Harbor, AND FOUNDER OF THE BLACK CULINARY HISTORY, CHEF THERESE NELSON!!!!
She is a suma cume laude graduate of Johnson and Wales University where she holds degrees in Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts. Her culinary talents were used as recipe consultant for the company's 2 branded cookbooks The Get Em' Girl's Guide to the Power of Cuisine and The Get Em Girl's Guide to the Perfect Get Together. Her food has graced the tables of global brands such as Black Enterprise, Carol's Daughter, BET, MTV, WEEN, Verizon and RocNation.
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Therese of Lisieux, or The Little Flower, is a fascinating saint. Lori and Alice return to her memoirs, "The Story of a Soul" to talk about women in the Catholic Church, how small actions can lead to great holiness, maintaining faith in difficult times, the struggles of loving others, and the importance of prayer. Hopefully we will shed some light on this saint...and maybe persuade you to learn more about her!
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Tonight's special guest is Barry Goldstein from Teaneck, NJ, a returning NAASCA family member who's an expert in Domestic Violence and issues of child abuse. Barry shares. "I was blessed with a happy and safe childhood, but I was the victim of retaliation by the NY Court system which suspended my law license for exposing an abusive judge in my efforts to protect a battered mother and her children." The co-chair of the child custody task force of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism, Barry does workshops and provides judicial and other trainings regarding domestic violence particularly related to custody issues. He's also the author of "Scared to Leave, Afraid to Stay," co-editor of "Domestic Violence Abuse and Child Custody" with Mo Therese Hannah and co-author with Elizabeth Liu of "Representing the Domestic Violence Survivor." His newest book is "The Quincy Solution: Stop Domestic Violence and Save $500 Billion," which would dramatically reduce DV crime and child abuse and save enormous sums of money. Barry will also talk about the Safe Child Act which he believes will be very interesting to our listeners, and about the ACE Study (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Research. It strongly supports prevention of child abuse and other child traumas, and definitively establishes that by the time they reach 18, one-quarter of our children have been sexually abused. Barry can be reached at: Barryg78@aol.com
On Christmas Eve, just a few days before Therese's fourteenth birthday, she underwent an experience which she ever after referred to as "my conversion." It was to exert a profound influence on her life. Let her tell of it-and its moral effect-in her own words: "On that blessed night the sweet infant Jesus, scarcely an hour old, filled the darkness of my soul with floods of light. By becoming weak and little, for love of me, He made me strong and brave: He put His own weapons into my hands so that I went on from strength to strength, beginning, if I may say so, 'to run as a giant."' An indelible impression had been made on this attuned soul; she claimed that the Holy Child had healed her of undue sensitiveness and "girded her with His weapons." It was by reason of this vision that the saint was to become known as "Therese of the Child Jesus."
Join us as we interview Therese Borchard again. We'll catch up on her life since she published BEYOND BLUE and find out how she compiled the great lessons she shares in THE POCKET THERAPIST.
Therese Borchard is the author of hit daily blog "Beyond Blue" on Beliefnet.com, one of the most popular columns on the site. Her blog appears weekly on The Huffington Post, and she is becoming a top go-to expert in pop psychology. Her work has recently been cited in the Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
Her work has been featured in salon.com, Psychology Today, Real Simple, Redbook, Parenting, More and Ladies Home Journal.
Borchard writes a syndicated column for the Catholic News Service and is a regular guest on Sirius Satellite Radio.
She is the author of I Love Being a Mom (a Target selection) and co-author of I Like Being Catholic.
She resides in Annapolis, Maryland with her husband and two young children.
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December 2014, her 20th anniversary channeling, Summer Bacon in Sedona, Arizona allowed Dr. James Martin Peebles to proclaim,"It's energetics for the year 2015."
Read from the pages of the Sedona Journal of Emergence Annual Predictions Issue are 12 channelers covering topics as nanotechnology, the physics of consciousness,"Wisdom Barrier", and the "High Heart Chakra" of spirituality. Backround music by Mark Dwane, "Atlantis Factor 8".
In order of appearance: Lee Carroll, Robert Shapiro, Edna G. Frankel, Zintis, Arthur Fanning, Jonni Gray & Cheryl Margaret, Abby Isadora Haydon, David Reid Lowell, Carol Sydney, Heather Wallace, and Therese Dorer.
This Sunday, the first hour Jacqueline and I will be looking at the stars and planets and doing live readings on the air! We will be tracking the planets and filling you in on the Total Lunar Eclipse! The second hour, Therese Sharp will be joining us and we will be doing psychic readings for you and Talking about the Festival of Light coming up!
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IS THIS WHAT WE CAN DO TO ELIMINATE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?
We are always asking ourselves what we can do to prevent or eliminate domestic violence (DV). Could the Quincy Solution be the answer?
It makes sense that ending DV requires a legal system that women can use readily to get help, and that takes full legal measures against abusers, right? Seems reasonable, but for whatever reasons, it doesn’t often work that way. The Quincy Solution comes from a 1987 study by a suburban Boston judicial district that actually researched what could help eliminate DV, and they based the Quincy Solution upon that research. They found that in order to be effective against DV, the system had to empower victims and control abusers. Easy to say, but how do we do that?
Barry Goldstein, a nationally recognized domestic violence author, speaker and advocate will join us Saturday to talk about the Quincy Solution. He has written several of the leading domestic violence books including Domestic Violence, Abuse and Child Custody co-edited with Dr. Mo Therese Hannah, Representing the Domestic Violence Survivor, co-authored with Elizabeth Liu and Scared to Leave Afraid to Stay. His newest book is The Quincy Solution: Stop Domestic Violence and Save $500 Billion.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about the Quincy Plan and domestic violence.
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Therese Borchard is the author of the hit daily blog “Beyond Blue” on Beliefnet.com, which is featured weekly on The Huffington Post and was voted by PsychCentral.com as one of the top 10 depression blogs, and she moderates the popular depression support group, Beyond Blue, on Beliefnet’s social networking site. Join us in this live interview as she provides insight into the grossly misunderstood world of depression. Frank, funny, and unfailingly clever, Borchard will surely take us beyond blue.
My first guest is the highly praised Therese Borchard, talking about her latest book, The Pocket Therapist. Therese Borchard is the author of the hit daily blog “Beyond Blue” on Beliefnet.com, which is featured weekly on The Huffington Post and was voted by PsychCentral.com as one of the top 10 depression blogs. She has just published her memoir, Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes, and The Pocket Therapist: An Emotional Survival Guide.
Therese is becoming a top go-to expert in the field of pop-psychology. Her work has recently been cited in The Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, USA Today, Guideposts, and on Time.com, CNN.com, and Yahoo! She has been featured in O magazine, Psychology Today, Parenting, More, Redbook, Ladies’ Home Journal, and the Washington Post.
Scott’s second guest Thursday is Brett Clay, author of the newly released, Selling Change: 101 Secrets for Growing Sales by Leading Change. In an era of globalization and Internet commoditization, salespeople are in danger of becoming irrelevant. In this Darwinian environment, the traditional approach of selling solutions to problems no longer creates profitable differentiation. To survive, salespeople must become agents of change and help customers achieve their goals rather than simply solve their problems. This new, change-centric approach is the next evolution in selling, enabling you to develop deeper, more profitable customer relationships and become more agile and adaptive to changing conditions. With twenty years of experience, most recently with Microsoft, Brett Clay has developed a complete toolset for change-centric salespeople, including 101 secrets for growing sales and delivering high value to customers.
Brett Clay is the founder and CEO of Change Leadership Group, bringing 20 years of sales and marketing experience, most recently with Microsoft Corporation.
After years of adopting rescue dogs, I've been inspired to paint them, along with other pets...oh, and people, too!
My earliest art-related memory occurred in the first grade when a concerned Sister Therese sent me home with a note for my parents—along with my “detailed depiction” of Adam and Eve without benefit of fig leaves. I wish I had saved that drawing.
I went on to major in Fine Arts in college and pursued a career in Graphic Design. Since 1993 I have served as co-owner and creative director of Design III. When our business went virtual a few years ago there was more time to spend painting and now my portraits, landscapes, and still life works hang in numerous private collections across the country.
I have found great satisfaction in capturing the true essence of my clients’ subjects in these unique portraits and I also support rescue groups across the country by donating portraits at fund raisers along with percentages of new commissions.
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