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  • January Jones-Loss of a Child-Donna Mebane

    in Family

    The worst nightmare – and the worst wound – for any parent is the loss of a child. Such a loss cuts to the core of one’s spirit and soul.  But that painful experience sometimes opens our senses to mere inklings as well as clear indicators that there is an energy of life that survives mortal death.  Such was Donna Mebane's experience.


    Practical, busy, grounded.  All adjectives that could be applied to Donna.  A successful businesswoman who consulted with companies around the world, Donna was also a wife and mother who had raised four children to young adulthood.  Keeping up with all the demands of her busy life, spirituality was not at the forefront of Donna's mind.


    .http://www.starshinegalaxy.com

  • 00:34

    January Jones-Loss of a Child-Donna Mebane

    in Family

    The worst nightmare – and the worst wound – for any parent is the loss of a child. Such a loss cuts to the core of one’s spirit and soul.  But that painful experience sometimes opens our senses to mere inklings as well as clear indicators that there is an energy of life that survives mortal death.  Such was Donna Mebane's experience.


    Practical, busy, grounded.  All adjectives that could be applied to Donna.  A successful businesswoman who consulted with companies around the world, Donna was also a wife and mother who had raised four children to young adulthood.  Keeping up with all the demands of her busy life, spirituality was not at the forefront of Donna's mind.


    .http://www.starshinegalaxy.com

  • January Jones-Loss Of a Child-Donna Mebane

    in Family

    January Jones-Loss of A Child-Donna Mebane


    Donna Mebane grew up wanting to be two things: a mother and a writer. She first became a mom and then a writer after the death of her youngest child, Emma.


    While Donna has had numerous writing experiences over the years, she became a published author after she wrote Tomorrow Comes as a way of envisioning a future for her 19-year-old daughter who went to sleep one night and never woke up. 


    She calls Tomorrow Comes a work of “reality fiction” because it captures the reality of grief that family and friends endured after Emma died at the same time that it creates an enchanting fictional world of AFTER.

  • 00:56

    January Jones - Loss of A Child

    in Family

    January Jones - Loss of A Child


    Donna Mebane grew up wanting to be two things: a mother and a writer. She first became a mom and then a writer after the death of her youngest child, Emma.


    While Donna has had numerous writing experiences over the years, she became a published author after she wrote Tomorrow Comes as a way of envisioning a future for her 19-year-old daughter who went to sleep one night and never woke up. 


    She calls Tomorrow Comes a work of “reality fiction” because it captures the reality of grief that family and friends endured after Emma died at the same time that it creates an enchanting fictional world of AFTER.

  • 00:28

    Episode 10: Loss Of A Child (Part II)

    in Lifestyle

    The Interview continues with Part II, which provides useful information regarding resources and not only, for those parents who have lost a child.

  • 01:02

    Marriage after miscarriage: Loving your partner after a loss

    in Motivation

    After we go through a miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant loss, our lives are changed forever.  It is a painful and difficult process, how can our relationship survive after the loss of our child? How can we support each other through this storm?  


    On tonight’s show the topic will be Marriage after Miscarriage: Loving your partner after a loss.


    Join the conversation and share your story with us calling (845)-241-9893


    “Storms don't come to teach us painful lessons, rather they were meant to wash us clean.” ? Shannon L. Alder


    MM Radio... DISCUSSING THE TOPICS THAT MATTER TO YOU

  • 00:21

    Episode 9: Loss Of A Child (Part I)

    in Lifestyle

    The Episode is providing useful information regarding resources and not only, for those parents who have lost a child.

  • 01:31

    Living in The Legal System of the U.S.A.

    in US Government

    The U.S.A. continues to tout the last line of the first chorus from the "Star Spangled Banner":


    "... O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave."


    However, we still read stories, see video of and possibly witness anything but freedom.  We hear of, see videos of and read of the loss of our freedoms often, and many most likely feel the loss of personal power to bring change.  Well, you're far from being alone.


    In this show, we have Wendy Greene, the mother of three boys, one of which is autistic and a "ward" of the State.  We'll hear her story, and we'll learn of her continued fight to get her son back, without becoming publicly and uncontrollably angry.  Wendy is one of many in the U.S.A. who have similar battles raging with government, as well as those around the world.


    Listen and be a part of our show today.  Learn and share!

  • 00:51

    Interview With Elizabeth Gerald: Live: Trauma,Loss, and Suicide:A Mother's Story

    in Self Help

    Homewood-Flossmoor Patch: Flossmoor Mom Fights Grief of Daughter's Suicide with Community Outreach

    Elizabeth Gerald wants to save other families from the devastating loss she suffered when her 15-year-old daughter took her own life.

    http://patch.com/illinois/homewood-flossmoor/flossmoor-mom-fights-grief-daughters-suicide-community-outreach-.

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1290

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Debby Washington Goodwin from Springdale, Arkansas, who'll be joined by her hubby, Mike T. (they are also perhaps better known as The Outlaw and The Lady). Debby is a mother who had to work through the rage, shame and guilt of discovering her only child's sexual abuse at the hands of her ex-husband. "A mother's worse nightmare!" she says. Mike tells me he's a survivor of childhood abuse that took its many forms by both his mother and his dad. The Outlaw and The Lady met in a Behavioral Hospital as patients. Upon discharge they dated, and married and have been given their strength and courage through sharing with others their life experiences while encouraging others to share theirs. Their mission dream is to give those that feel they have no hope with no voice through 'Keys To AWARENESS - Passionate About Compassion' on Facebook. Debby says, "We know first hand how the experiences of sexual, physical, and mental childhood abuse and how it can consume one throughout his/her entire life. We also know some do not physically survive it and for those we want to find and be their voice." Besides sharing on social media, they go out on the road to meet with clients, either as individuals or in seminars. Since their cause is centered on their own life experiences (child sexual child abuse and child abuse period), there's a lot they share only at their seminars. People privately will feel comfortable to share once they hear what The Outlaw and The Lady have been through. As Debby points out, "We're busy .. but that is a good kind of busy."

  • 00:17

    Child sex exploitation can be prevented thru education

    in Moms and Family

    Child safety education is one of the ways we can prevent child sex exploitation.  Join us in the battle.

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