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Topic: Releasing Emotional Pain
Guest: Safiyah Walcott, Neuromuscular Therapist
Description: Join Ali and her special guest, Safiyah Walcott, a neuromuscular therapist, as they discuss how massage therapy can help you release emotional pain.
This show is a production of Atlanta Life Radio. To learn more about Altanta Life Radio and the show visit our website at http://www.atlantaliferadio.com
End of life care is something we all face, yet too many people are dying in a way they wouldn't choose, leaving loved ones feeling burdened, guilty, and uncertain. While we desire to have our health care wishes honored and not be a burden, many of us fail to have "the conversation" with loved ones about what those wishes are before treatment or unforeseen decisions must be made.
Tthis week, we are joined by Rickey Bowen, Independent Comprehensive Financial Planner and expert on this topic.
Good Deeds presents Motivational Speaker/Author Tori Lynn.Tori speaks to men and women who are facing or has gone through a divorce or hardship. Tori obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration degree in three years, graduating in 2000. During this time, she was also a full-time student studying to become a license barber/stylist. Tori was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and in 2002, Dallas, Texas became her new home where she currently resides with her two daughters.
Tori Lynn travels with her mother, Jerri Lynn, speaker/author of “The Black Woman’s Attitude and The Men Who Want To Love Us,” discussing her new highly anticipated release: The Divorce. Tori speaks on having the confidence to start anew with two children after losing everything: homes, cars, money, her marriage and her Faith.
Facing hardship, trials, and tribulations caused the birth of her autobiography “The Divorce” as she began to write about her experiences while empathizing with others’ pain. Tori candidly shares her own pain and the loss of her faith in family, man, and God. The thought of suicide became an option, but God; who she later realized had never left her, stepped in and turned her mess into a message. She wants others to know that God has not left them either so, LIVE!
On February 20, 2014, Tori released her story in the suspenseful, jaw-dropping, compelling and riveting read, “The Divorce.”
What is it like to Die?
How do spirits communicate with the living?
Is there a heaven?
What is it like?
In this raw and compassionate memoir written from the other side, we finally ahve the answers. My Life After Death begins on the fateful day when 21 year old Erik Medhus took his own life. What follows is Erik's moment-by-moment account of his death, transition and the new life he discovers in the afterlife - told for the very first time in his own words as channeled by renowned medium Jamie Butler and transcribed by Erik's mother Dr. Elisa Medhus.
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for Life Journey Gifts of Performing INAPAWF 2015 on Thursday. Maria Iliou playing ANCA Video through years of our histoy ANCA INAPAWF from 2010-2015 ..6 years also annoucing Award Recongnitions and Awards winners. Autistic Supports
Life After In re: CDR and GC, Implications for Wyoming Juvenile Law Policy and Practice
Aaron Hockman, Chief Trial and Appellate Counsel with the Wyoming Guardian ad Litem Division and Christina McCabe, a Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Wyoming Attorney General's Office, Human Services Division will provide an overview of two (2) recent Wyoming Supreme Court opinions:
In the Interest of: CDR, Minor, MR, Appellant (Respondent) v. The State of Wyoming, Appellee (Petitioner), 2015 WY 79
In the Interest of: GC, A Minor Child, KC, Appellant (Respondent) v. The State of Wyoming, Appellee (Petitioner), 2015 WY 73
The presentation will include information about juvenile court jurisdiction, consent decrees, permanency hearings, due process and evidentiary considerations specific to Wyoming juvenile cases.
We're talking about Living - Learning Communities on this episode of Spartan Life Radio. If you've ever longed for a rich and engaging college experience for yourself or your children, check out the upcoming episode of Spartan Life Radio. College life . . . it's more than just classroom and library time. At Norfolk State University, faculty and administrators pride themselves in developing holistic learning experiences that enable students to have different experiences during their academic careers. One of those holistic approaches to the learning experience at NSU is our Living-Learning Communities.
Living-Learning Communities or LLCs are:
A collaborative initiative between Academic and Student Affairs
Creating an integrative and holistic experience reflecting fully engaged campus
Recruitment (enrollment) and Promote student success (retention and graduation)
Support the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
Join us for an informative discussion about Living-Learning Communities with experts from NSU's Student and Academic Affairs. Listen or join the conversation at 1-347-850-8515.
Welcome to the Voice of Hope! How do I handle life when I feel despised and rejected? That's the topic of today's show in the "Just Like David" series. King David was despised and rejected, but he knew how to handle the pain. Join us today as we seek to find answers to this painful situation from the life of David. Please feel free to contact us with no obligation anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org We'd love to hear from you. Thanks for joining us.
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