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What happens to you when your pet dies?
The death of a beloved pet can mean saying goodby to a best friend. Not only do you miss the companionship but this may have been your one source of unconditional and nonjudgemental love.
Our pets come to symbolize many things to each of us. To Judy Cameron, co-host, her dogs represented her children. To Judy Helm Wright, co-host, her dog filled an empty nest. Imagine how a pet may reflect the ideal mate or parent or companion--ever faithful, loyal and welcoming us daily. Can you see in your mind's eye how strong this bond may be?
We know how you feel, because we have felt the same way. We understand your pain and acknowledge your sorrow.
Give Yourself time to grieve
As coaches, authors and pet parents, we truly do understand your grief. We recognize that you do not need anyone else's approval to mourn the loss of your pet, nor do you need to justify your feelings to others. But, we offer a "Safe Place" to share your stories and be able to be open about your feelings right now.
Join us on our weekly broadcasts as well as on our Facebook page-- http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dealing-with-the-loss-of-a-pet/716509988445040 Return often to this Facebook page and find out exciting news about a pet loss support group and tele-classes. You will be so glad you did.
All pet lovers have to face the death of their pets, sooner or later. Other people may not understand the loss of a beloved best friend. They may say "it's just a dog," or "it was only a cat, not a child" or even "Get over it already, it was a pet, not a person."
But when we lose an animal, we also lose the companionship, comfort, security and unconditional love of our best friend. This loss of a pet is devasting, as only another pet parent can know. The pain of that loss is very deep and real to the person or persons who considered the dog a member of the family.
The loss can be as emotionally significant as the loss of a close human relative. Loving and kind people care about both humans and animals.
When Is The Time To Get A New Dog?
While an animal companion can never be "replaced" it is important that the people involved are emotionally ready to welcome another companion into the family. In this podcast Judy Helm Wright and Judy Cameron will be discussing the signs and signals that your spirit is ready to invite a new animal into your life.
In a supportive atmosphere we will provide a forum to help you make the decision when the right time is to welcome a new pet, while still honoring the life of the pet you lost.
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PS. Exciting news about a pet loss support group and teleclass—Return often to the Facebook page and see what we have to share with you.
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Peter Hofschroer Arrest Grandma B Abuse Story York City Council and police.
Peters Arrest in the grandma b alleged abuse and city officials cover up story
Hi - when Peter H turned up at York magistrates' court this afternoon, having voluntarily returned to this country to represent himself at an arranged hearing, he was arrested by two plain-clothed police (who showed neither warrant nor identification) in what was obviously a pre-arranged action, as he signed in at the court. When he agreed to go outside a waiting heavy uniformed arrest squad attacked him, although he was offering no resistance, cuffed him, seized his prepared court documents and evidence and roughly forced him into a police van which then drove off with blue lights flashing.
The timing of this action was obviously designed to prevent him from appearing at court to present evidence against his brother and family.
One can only wonder what Robert Hofschroer knows or is involved in, that the local police and York City Council have gone to such rigourous and questionable lengths, over several years, to protect and support him.
A bus, a bike, and a Boston terrier. These are the only major constants in Bob Votruba’s life as he continues a ten-year journey across the country to encourage everyone to reach one goal: To do one million acts of kindness in your lifetime.
We discovered Bob at the Hessler Street Fair in Cleveland this past spring. His bus advertises his mission in giant letters painted on one side, "One Million Acts of Kindness." It's a goal, he says, that a person under 30 can realistically meet if he or she makes it a point to be kind to someone every day.
Painted on the back window is the reason why the mission exists: “Because of Virginia Tech 4-16-07 End All Forms Of Hatred!!” In the aftermath of the horrific shootings at Virginia Tech in 2007, Bob bought a bus, had about sixty family members, friends and neighbors help paint it and began a ten-year journey with his Boston Terrier, Bogart, to college campuses across the country hoping to convince our nation’s youth about this much needed movement for this world.
For the next 60 minutes, journey with Bob Votruba and pave the road to kindness.
Dear Robert, Diane and Martin Hofschröer,
May I introduce myself? My name is Andy Peacher and I run a radio station known as "Freedom Talk Radio". For more details, please see: www.freedomtalkradio.net.
In recent weeks, we have been broadcasting interviews on the "Abuse of Grandma B", that is on the alleged financial, physical and emotional abuse of Barbara Hofschröer, your mother / grandmother, an 85 year-old invalid.
Serious allegations have been made in Parliament accusing North Yorkshire Police and the York Social Services of colluding with you in defrauding her of her assets.
We understand you have been summonsed to court on 1 December 2014 to face criminal charges resulting from this affair and that due to the seriousness of the charges, the case is likely to be referred to the crown court.
We are planning our next show on Saturday coming, 15 November 2014, at 5 p.m.
This show will be looking at the forthcoming court case in which you are being prosecuted for offences you are alleged to have committed against your mother / grandmother such as fraud, conspiracy to defraud, extortion and kidnapping.
We would like to offer you the opportunity of refuting these very serious allegations. Please let me know if you are willing to be interviewed.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Tonight your host Bill Bachman takes it from the Paranormal to Pop Culture and the influences of social media on society with Ron 'Crunk Panda' Coleman Jr. and Jen Dent of Vine!
Ron, hailing originally from Nashville TN, Crunk Panda is the furriest of all the social media darlings. Air Force Vet, PEZ Connoisseur, Boston Terrier Aficionado, and all things in between. Loud mouthed, quick wit... and with a heart of gold, Panda has a background in all things wrestling, hip hop, and pop culture as a whole. You can probably run circles around him if you are an encyclopedia of comics knowledge, and if you try to go quote for quote, well..you will probably win. Panda understands more of the who, what, when, where, and why...as opposed to rote memorization of trivia. Panda is most known for his Ghostbusters uniform, followed closely by Hellboy, and, since he already looks the part... Dr. Venture. Always looking to give back to the community, Panda is actively involved with many charitable causes through his costuming in the Kansas City area where he currently resides.
From a young age, Jen Dent was expressive and creative. She has had a camera in her hand for a long time, documenting everything, starting with a Fisher Price camera that recorded 10-minute videos in black and white on cassette tapes when she was 14 years old. She then progressed to documenting her dorm life in college with a bulky VHS recorder. In 2011, she started a YouTube channel, "JentotheDen" which had hundreds of videos and got her noticed by USA Today in 2012. Since the days of dial-up, Jen has been very active on social media where she has shared thousands of photos and videos. When she discovered Vine from a friend, she found it to be the perfect combination of social media and expression. Her vines have been very popular, the most recent being a spontaneous, purposefully uncoordinated dance she did at an outside venue which has gone viral all over the internet.
The Atlantic Axis is a radio show promoting the efforts of British Nationalists and featuring related Nationalist news stories coming out of the United Kingdom and the Anglosphere in general.
This Tuesday my guest will be Tricia Scott, NF Activist based in North Yorkshire. We will be discussing the Remembrance Sunday parade, activism on the East Coast and setting the record straight regarding who runs the NF.
The Full Story Of Grandma B
The Grandma B Protest York city Yorkshire England 10am 7th November 2014
FREEDOM TALK RADIO INVITES YORK COUNCIL TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
Freedom Talk Radio is planning its third broadcast on the Abuse of Grandma B. This interview will take place on Saturday 1st November 2014 5pm, UK time.
Kersten England, chief executive of the City of York Council has been asked to participate and answer the questions below.
You are aware that Freedom Talk Radio has been running a series of broadcasts on this case. We are now planning the next broadcast and would again like to invite you to participate. We hope you won’t ignore this invitation as well.
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Just before I left for a short break I recorded tonights short broadcast.
Tonight broadcast is a personal reflection of the Tour De France that took place in Yorkshire
over the weekend of the 5th and 6th July 2014.
A personal reflection that looks at the lessons we can talk from the tour to enhance our
personal life and business life.
Enjoy this short broadcast and I look forward to hearing about your thoughts
Join Sam as she speaks to Phil Whyman about his paranormal Experiances as well as what interested him to become interested in the paranormal itself if you have any questions for Phil please tweet us at @PSHRadio or contact us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/PSH-Paranormal-Spirit-Hunters/310330195789965 so please listen in and lets see what Sam as well as Phil Discusses
'A well known figure within the paranormal genre, Phil Whyman is perhaps best known for his role as the former expert/investigator on TV's 'Most Haunted' series; prior to this he appeared in the popular ‘Scream Team’ series. Having been investigating the paranormal world for over 25yrs his knowledge of ghosts, hauntings and the unexplained has been called upon numerous times within the media.
In 2012 Phil released the first episode of his personal project 'Haunted Ruins', in which he and a small team of investigators spend 24 hours camped down in a haunted location; eating, sleeping and having to endure whatever the elements throw at them, before heading off into the darkness and unknown armed only with night vision cameras in order to capture documented paranormal activity. It has been well received by viewers.
In 2012 Phil and his family spent 12 months living in a haunted 16th century former hall, where numerous paranormal incidents were witnessed; Phil has since said that it was one of the few places he believes to be genuinely haunted, and hopes one day to write a book of the experiences.
He currently has a popular monthly column for 'Chat-It’s Fate' magazine called 'Phil's World'.
Phil currently lives in South Yorkshire with his wife Sara and their son
Rick Bettencourt is the author of Tim on Broadway, Painting with Wine and Not Sure Boys. He lives with his husband and their little dog, Bandit, in the Sarasota area of Florida. Rick originally hails from Boston’s North Shore where he learned to speak without pronouncing the letter “r”— and say things like “tonic” when he wanted a Coke, or “bubbler” when getting a drink from the park’s water fountain.
A few years ago, Rick was adopted by a Cairn Terrier named Bandit. Recently, Bandit moved Rick, and his husband of several years, to Florida to escape the New England winters and avoid being engulfed by snow drifts when going about their business.
When Rick is not being walked around the block by Bandit, he might be found working on a story about an underdog character triumphing over adversity. Or you might catch Rick watching The Walking Dead or Once Upon a Time, reading something like Running with Scissors or some personal development book, or writing to a group of folks on his mailing list.
In addition, Rick enjoys theater, art, old postcards, and amusement parks. He also loves to hear from his readers.
You can follow Rick on Twitter @rbettenc or subscribe to his mailing list at www.rickbettencourt.com
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Chat and Warm-up Music starts at 8:30 am Pacific, 11:30 am Eastern.
Ilene and her Guest(s) start the interviews at 9am Pacific, 12-noon Eastern.
Our scheduled guest, Pam Oslie, is unable to join us because her voice is not working! We apologize for the change. In her place, we bring you a favorite program of Ilene's.
Our delightful little Fox Terrier-Corgi mix dog, Bella, died 4 days after Christmas in 2012. She was 12, and like most animals had stayed in the pink of health her whole life, until the malignancy that killed her started invading. What is it that animals can teach us about health and the science of healing? That’s what I’ll be discussing with Dr. Natterson-Horowitz, hearing incredible stories (like the one about fish that faint) and what we can learn about disease and health by studying those “other animals”. In my work, I’ve learned how to work with emotions from those “other animals,” so it’s only natural that I also go to that well to find out how to better work with health. Join me!