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About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let's talk about stuff that's hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.
In this episode: We all have em, but a lot of us ignore them. I'm gonna talk about FEELINGS and strategies for just noticing the fact that you have them, a LOT of them. We'll start there.
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How can adoptive parents talk with their children about their birth parents. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Jennifer Bliss, the National Associate Counseling Director at the Independent Adoption Center, a non-profit domestic infant adoption agency; and Danielle Goodman, Lead Social Worker in the Delaward office of Adoptions from the Heart, a nonprofit domestic infant adoption agency.
If you've got children who are driving age or almost ready to learn how to drive, you'll want to tune-in to this episode of Successipes. Host Lori Wilk will interview the driving school experts about the biggest challenges facing our young people as they prepare for not only their driving tests but as they prepare to be out on our roadways and highways. Most parents worry each and every time they know theire child is getting behind the wheel of a car. As parents we fear not only what our child will do but what they will experience inteacting with friends who join them in the vehicles. We have concerns about what our children will experience as drivers when faced with split second decisions that could change their lives forever or take their lives if not handled appropriately.Call-in and ask your questions and join the conversation at 347.237.5638
Tonight’s guest is fiction author Frank S. Joseph, who has written a novel called To Love Mercy. The book is a stream of conscious narrative set in 1940s Chicago, and deals with race and ethnicity in a segregated city. The narrative follows two main characters who are young boys–one black, one white–who, through their explorations and adventures become friends, while their parents and neighbors seem unable to release themselves from the grip of fear and long standing racial insecurity. To Love Mercy has won The Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence in Independent Publishing, and is written by an author who grew up in and knows the streets of Chicago as well as its history. It’s a testament to the power of youth at a time when young people may have been the best hope for changing the scenery in regards to race relations.
You can order To Love Mercy at www.frankjoseph.com. Every copy will arrive autographed by the author.
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The single parent community isn't made up of just single moms so Single Mom Sage Hour is adding a single dad to the mix. Introducing "PaPa P" aka Pix. First topic of discussion will be the titles used in the single parent community.; i.e. baby mama/daddy, blended family, coparenting, bonus and step parents.
Guest: Pix aka PaPa P
I’m a 32 year old father of 3 children ages 14, 9 and 4. Coincidentally they are Five years apart, no the distance wasn't planned however it works. My oldest has his mother and my younger two children share a mother. I've worked as an Optician for what will be 10 years this upcoming May. In my spare time there is not much I don’t do. Rather it’s going to an amusement park or the observatory with my children or indoor rock climbing that could lead to a game of golf with a friend. The sky is the limit and the adventures are endless. Five years ago I stumbled across poetry or what many would call spoken word. I've written and performed many writings and expressed my feelings on many stages.
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Frankie and Terri continue their series on your coaching scenarios, asking the important question: WHAT IF. “What happens when…” “How should you handle…” Today, the subject is parent coaching, and our guest coaching expert is Eileen Piersa. What are the important things to remember when coaching about family?
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John Rataczak was born in Columbia, Missouri and raised in the St. Louis area. He was saved at an early age through the ministry of the Chatham Bible Church of Wellston, Missouri (now located in Hazelwood, Missouri).
His father was a chemical engineer and his mother was a housewife. Both were saved during John’s early childhood years. Certainly the truth of Acts 16:31 applies in this case: in a short time all the members of the family received Christ as Savior! Both Ed and Mary (his parents) are now with the Lord.
God led John to become involved in full time Christian work during his freshman year at Bob Jones University. Since that calling, he has earned a B.A. in Bible, an M.A. in Pastoral Studies, and a Ph.D. in New Testament Text (Greek).
His teaching experience includes teaching Greek, Hebrew, Theology, Apologetics, Church History, English Bible, and various Biblical Backgrounds courses in three Christian colleges and two graduate schools. In addition, he served as a soccer coach in two ministries.
His pastoral experience includes ministries in Pennsylvania and Ohio. He has filled the pulpit of many Bible-believing churches in a number of states as well and plans to initiate a Bible Conference ministry as God supplies the opportunity.
Presently he is the founder and sole proprietor of Eleutheros Books.
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Celebrate Autumn with family fun. Hands-on participation in good times together provides a sense of belonging and value for children. Fall is full of possibilities for being together and enjoying situations where parents and children can delight in doing things together. In the process, children know they belong and will collect more pieces to build their positive self-image. Kas has written three books with fall and Halloween ideas for families and children.
Join Kas Winters on The Sneaky Mom Show, the first Wednesday of the month here on Word of Mom Radio for great ways to teach your children without them knowing! Kas always says that "kids learn best when they think they are playing" so find out the ways this "Sneaky Mom" makes that happen! Be sure to connect with Kas and find the great books and activities she is sharing on EverythingFamily.net.
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With Moral Mondays, Rev. Barber has channeled the pent-up frustration of North Carolinians who were shocked by how quickly their state had been transformed into a laboratory for conservative policies. "He believed we needed to kind of burst this bubble of 'There's nothing we can do for two years until the next election,'" explains Al McSurely, a longtime NAACP organizer. But what may be most notable about Barber's new brand of civil rights activism is how he's taken a partisan fight and presented it as an issue that transcends party or race—creating a more sustained pushback against Republican overreach than anywhere else in the country.
Barber fears that Republican lawmakers' efforts to expand private-school vouchers will resegregate the very schools his parents worked to integrate. As NAACP president, he helped pass legislation establishing same-day voter registration and expanding death penalty appeals—bills that Republicans repealed in the last legislative session.
Is the controversial American school reform known as #Commoncore simply the latest iteration in corporate America's design to make Americans more ignorant and compliant?
What is the real function of our public education system and how has it been co-opted by large corporations and politicians to produce the kinds of people they need in order to maintain the status quo? Are parents losing the battle to educate their own children?
Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt is an educational insider, a policy influencer who served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first term of U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
Iserbyt is best known for writing the book #The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America an eye-opening revelation of the changes gradually brought into the American public education system designed to eliminate parental, religious, and other influences, and mold the child into amember of the proletariat in preparation for the socialist-collectivist world of the future.
Iserbyt maintains that all so-called school reforms originate from a master plan formulared by Andrew Carnegie's Foundation for the Advancement of Education and Rockefeller's General Education Board.
According to Iserbyt, Common Core is simply the latest version of these corporate driven initiatives aimed at influencing and shaping society rather than encouraging intellectual curiousity, creativity, and true learning.
Iserbyt's findings, while they remain controversial, still provide lots of food for thought as we examine the role of public education in American society and how best to educate our children.
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