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Dr. Stolzer is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She currently teaches infant, child, and adolescent development classes and is an active researcher. Dr. Stolzer has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and has presented her research at the international level. For over three decades, she has been a passionate child advocate. Dr. Stolzer’s research interests include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the meteoric rise of psychiatric diagnoses in child and adolescent populations, the deleterious effects of psychiatric drugs, the biocultural implications of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, the multivariational effects of labeling children, and challenging the existing medical model which seeks to pathologize normal-range child behaviors. Learn More about the dangers of Psychotropic drugs http://www.CCHR.ORG Citizens Commission on Human Rights
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Experts in the service dog industry, Jeanne Hampl and Darcie Boltz share their perspective on a family highlighted with Matt Lauer who have a service dog for their small child. Can we expect a young child to know how to properly handle a dog by herself? During the interview the dog showed signs of stress that the general public wouldn't recognize, but had the dog industry ignite - like panting and yawning. This interview brings up a larger topic of service dog welfare that gets lost in the "feel-good" stories, like this, that get ignorantly run in the media all the time. My question is: WHAT ABOUT THE DOG?
Not everyone is rejoicing in this great Christmas season. Many are truly dreading December 25th. Apostle LaShawna Holland-Simpson will be sharing some coping techniques. Our Queen of the week is Jeanne Marie Thompson. Book Chat, Pastor Q and Donna, A Christmas Surprise by Lucy Heath
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Noted writer and critic Bennet Pomerantz talks to media guests on the World of Ink Network's ANY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE this Saturday at 9pm Eastern - 8pm Central - 7pm Mountain - 6pm Pacific.
Bennet's guests are Sally J. Walker, Bri Clark,Jessica Swift, Marsha Casper Cook, Virginia S. Grenier and Jeanne Marie Spicuzza
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Superstar singer, Marvin Gaye's baby sister, Zeola Gaye, sets the record straight about her big brother's incredible life and tragic death. It includes a Foreword by Grammy Award Winner, Carlos Santana and shocking excerpts from a letter handwritten by Marvin, himself. This is a must-read tell all for any Marvin Gaye fan or music enthusiast.
Zeola was a large part of Marvin’s life, working with him on tour in many capacities, as well as singing background on his hit “Got To Give It Up,” and performing as one of his dancers on his European and U.S. tours.
Zeola served as personal assistant to her brother on his last tour “Midnight Love.” She spent most of her time with Marvin, during his ups and downs after his tour ended in 1983, until his untimely demise.
Zeola’s credits include writing and co-producing the successful stage play, My Brother Marvin. She is currently collaborating with her sister, Jeanne Gaye on the stage play My Brother Marvin II.
“My Brother Marvin, a Memoir by Zeola Gaye” is Zeola’s new book about life with Marvin, and is long overdue—twenty seven years to be exact. Zeola felt that she and her family could no longer live with all of the rumors and inaccuracies that have been written or taped in documentaries about her brother and her family.
Finally Zeola has written the true untold story, and is setting the record straight about her brother Marvin.
Fans around the world who loved and appreciated Marvin and his music, will appreciate the book, “My Brother Marvin, a Memoir by Zeola Gaye,” written by, and from the heart of his sister.
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How does the jolly, bearded guy do it? Is there some special secret lurking in his all-generosity, no-marketing formula that holds the key to Kris Kringle's globally unmatched production and distribution? Host Bart Jackson has enticed Santa's Chief Executive Elf (CEE), Ms. Jeanne Murphy (also founder of The Santa's Choice Awards) to finally reveal how Santa and his crew wrap the whole Christmas spirit into a single package. Tune in to have little fun and to learn how you and your firm may profitably catch the true spirit of the season.
Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.
This week Jules' guest is cookbook author and blogger, Jeanne Sauvage. Jeanne's first book, Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays: 60 Recipes for Traditional Festive Treats (Chronicle Books), came out in October 2012 and has many recipes for the winter holidays and beyond, so it's perfectly timed for this holiday episode. Her next book, Gluten-Free Wishlist: Sweet and Savory Treats You Miss the Most, is due out from Chronicle Books in Fall 2015. It will be a broader book, containing many of the things you may ... miss the most! Croissants, naan, pita bread, ramen noodles, dumplings, pantry essentials, etc. Jeanne is a whiz in the kitchen and a downright good person, to boot, so it promises to be a great interview!
Visit Jeanne at http://www.artofglutenfreebaking.com/ and as editor of http://www.canningacrossamerica.com/
Andrea Miller, Terence Dicks, progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, social change, candidates, elections, policy, Congress, and more!
Guests are Jeanne Dauray, PDA Issue Team Coordinator and Rev. Glencie Rhedrick host of a show on poverty in America.
Jeanne led the battle in Illinois for the Equal Rights Amendment. We will discuss how the Equal Rights Amendment can be a major vehicle to reduce poverty for women and children.
Rev. Glencie Rhedrick works with poor women and children in North Carolina.
EOTM Radio interviews with top authors, news and commentary on popular best sellers.
(REBROADCAST -- of Jeanne Cooper's last interview, #RIP)
Fans of "The Young and the Restless" get ready as Teangelo interviews the legendary Jeanne Cooper and talks about her book, “Not Young; Still Restless.” For 40 years she has played the fabulously, wealthy Katherine Chancellor on the Emmy Award winning daytime soap opera "The Young and the Restless". Cooper will be discussing her memoir, sharing intimate details about the show and her personal life.
It was a priceless interview.
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Jeanne Callahan Trantel, author of Disguised Blessings, was born on Long Island in Rockville Centre. She was very happy growing up with her two brothers. She went to college in Rhode Island Johnson where she studied Travel. She graduated then started working for American Airlines, traveling the world. She got married, had two beautiful and healthy sons Stephen and Ryan. They lived in a dream home in the affluent Long island community where she grew up, surrounded by friends and family. But then, with one phone call, the life she knew and loved had come crashing down. She soon discovered that her husband Stephen, a Wall Street trader at the time, was arrested! To his family and friends he was heading to Wall Street each morning to go to work. In reality Stephen was robbing banks. Jeanne was faced with mounting debt and a pile of unpaid bills and two young sons to care for alone. It was the darkest time of her life. But her story is of faith, hope, inspiration and the power of forgiveness. Thus began her spiritual journey for the past ten years. Jeanne remains a student of the Ramtha School where she blossomed and excelled. She is now a massage Therapist and a Reiki Master. Also working as a Real Estate Agent in Rockville Centre, she has regained her happiness and balance. Her mission is to promote inspiration for others who have lost hope in their own lives. She teaches how forgiveness is important to move forward in ones life. She reminds us that we are powerful spiritual beings here having a human experience here. We create our own lives with God and with God all things are possible. You can order Disguised Blessings from Amazon.com. Jeanne's website: www.disguisedblessings.yolasite.com
Join host, News Director Rick Spisak
with his guests Jeanne Economos, from Pesticide Awareness Campaign
and Our friend from Food Not Bombs the Hunger Striker Dezeray who is non-violently fighting for compassion for the Hungry and Homeless in Fort Lauderdale and across the country.
And our ACA Advocate Athena from Florida Chain, explaining the new registration campaign, and dispelling the rumours that have been circulating by those who have opposed it since it was first proposed.
TUNE IN for our Thanksgiving Special - Food, Pesticide, Hunger and Healthcare - TUNE IN -
and give thanks for all the good people that make these shows possible.
Solidarity & Peace
Rick Spisak, News Director
Our guest is Dr. Stolzer in coordination with Citizens Council On Human Rights (CCHR)
Our children are being conditioned to believe that anything other than euphoria 24/7 must be a mental disorder requiring medication. Our schools survey our kids to determine who can be entered into therapy with the accompanying drugging. The damage from the drugs is life-long. We are raising a generation of drug damaged children.
Dr. Stolzer is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She currently teaches infant, child, and adolescent development classes and is an active researcher. Dr. Stolzer has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and has presented her research at the international level. For over three decades, she has been a passionate child advocate. Dr. Stolzer’s research interests include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the meteoric rise of psychiatric diagnoses in child and adolescent populations, the deleterious effects of psychiatric drugs, the biocultural implications of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, the multivariational effects of labeling children, and challenging the existing medical model which seeks to pathologize normal-range child behaviors.
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