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I have traveled to Hell and Back so often I have frequent flyer miles. As such, I have soul full of toxic and lethal pain.
I fear how this pain may rear its ugly head: anger, addiction, infidelity.
Behaviors express emotion. Behaviors fulfill needs. When your soul is loaded with pain and panic you need to escape that pain and panic; only issues is God knows just what you are capable of doing to express those emotions.
Tonight, I candidly and cathartically discuss the fears I have about how my pain will eventually be expressed while at the same time fears that that pain will never subside.
Public speaking, flying, a job interview, a first date, a major deadline or final exam...
For people with occasional anxiety, these situations can trigger instant and overwhelming feelings of nervousness, apprehension, irritability and insecurity. Some folks simply cannot function.
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In the 70s, 80s and early 90s, a phenomenon known today as The Satanic Panic swept the United States, as the evangelical Christian community charged that a vast underground network of Satanists were controlling large parts of society.
Believers were warned about products subsidized by Satan, including over-the-counter items like detergent and toothpaste, and there was a huge focus on toys, games and cartoons infected with demons.
In this show, we talk about the Satanic Panic of the past, and we look at modern-day charges of Satanic media, products and influences in our culture.
GERALDO TELEVISION SPECIAL: http://youtu.be/uMSf4CAEVLU
TURMOIL IN THE TOYBOX: http://youtu.be/3jrMoVWl5KA
TURMOIL CLIPS (EDITED): http://io9.com/seven-insane-minutes-of-people-explaining-how-80s-toys-1456419789
PODCAST on "The Church of Satan"
Reiki has recently become a popular choice of therapy for treating clients with anxiety. It is an effective cure for anxiety as the cause of the anxiety is treated rather than just the symptoms. Reiki treats the client as a whole and will deal with many issues. Reiki treats the mind, body and soul, not just the symptoms that the client presents with.
The symptoms of anxiety often include insomnia, irritability, fear, lack of interest or motivation, fatigue, panic attacks, heart palpitations and chest pain. People suffering with anxiety will often have an unreasonable fear of something, it could be a fear of public speaking, fear of open spaces, fear of the unknown etc. which can lead to panic attacks.
For more information visit www.violetrosereiki.com
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Main Course: After we finish with the Super Bowl and the NFL being a crack pipe America cannot put down, it's onto the Mets, as Cal made his annual pilgrimage to Sandy Alderson's stand up show at CitiField for season ticket holders, and then the Islanders, as they're skidding out of control! We'll be sans Bishop tonight, so just two goofs talking NY Sports for an hour or so nice...
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