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Cats are wonderful self-groomers, but often need some additional cat grooming measures to be taken by their doting parents, like regular brushing to prevent mats, combing for fleas, and attentiveness to other cat skin problems. In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we discuss proper care of your cat's hair and skin and much much more!
We also take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.
Jennifer Nassi, holistic health coach and Clear Skin Diva talks with Michaelene Tetteh about how skin problems can affect your busines and your life and offers solutions for keeping your skin healthy.
She has an outstanding offer for listeners of this episode.
You can contact Jennifer Nassi the Clear Skin Diva at:
Deb's cat has skin issues and she has been working with them for a while. Now she is wondering what else is required for her cat to no longer have that issue and to be able to move on.
In talking with the cat some interesting thinsg show up, that are not 'really' skin related!
in Self Help
Black people are at WAR. We are at war with a very cunning and ruthless enemy who has crippled our minds, our bodies and our spirits.
We are at a critical stage in this war and the actions we take today will determine whether or not we survive as a people or go the way of so many species now EXTINCT.
On this program we will discuss the problems we face, we will offer solutions to combat those problems and YOU will also be allowed to offer any solutions that may help us in the war effort.
We are at WAR family! Your ignorance of that fact does NOT change the fact, it only increases your enemy's chance of an easy victory.
**This episode: JUDGEMENT -vs- CONDEMNATION : THE DESPARATE NEED TO WORK ON SELF
What are the economic ramifications HOW DOES POOR JUDGEMENT AFFECT BLACK ECONOMICS??? How does CONDEMNATION FOSTER MENTAL ILLNESS and supports WHITE SUPREMACY??? DOES ANYONE HAVE THE RIGHT TO JUDGE ANOTHER INDIVIDUAL??? ARE WE ALL BEING JUDGED BY A HIGHER POWER???
- Stop police brutality, racism/white supremacy by practicing GOOD JUDGEMENT AND BOYCOTTING CONDEMNATION
Welcome to the DANGER ZONE!
LET'S TALK ABOUT IT Topic: His, mine, our has the black woman lost faith in the black man? what can we do to regain that faith? how can we rebuild that trust & love? In return are black men losing faith in black women?
This show is not about bashing each other but about discussing our issues and moving pass them with a solution to better our communities.The main objective at the moment is that they connect together, strengthen their bond and disconnect but the need to come together both of their lives depend on it...This is the urgent need of the black man and black woman coming together because it is the Key to life.
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BLACK SKIN, WHITE SKIN, BROWN SKIN, PINK SKIN... what is your Race.. How does it impact your priviledge.. Does it give priviledge or is it just fantasy..
BLACKS HATING ON LIGHT SKIN? REALLY IS THIS STILL REAL... AND BLACKS HATING ON BROWN PEOPLE...
On Sunday October 19th, we will speak with LaToya Parker, competitior on 'Nail'd It'. LaToya, a Hairstyllist and Nail Artist will join us to talk about her experience on the new Oxygen show focused on Nail Art. We invite you to join us for more inspiration at 9pm EST/6pm PST. To join the conversation with your comments or questions, please give us a call at 914.803.4399.
Bill Martin is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in Chicago, Illinois. He is on the faculty of the Chicago Center for Family Health and former visiting lecturer at the University of Chicago School of Social Service. His work focuses on trauma work with individuals and marriages dealing with a range of concerns, including communication problems, commitment issues, conflicts, infidelity and other relationship problems. He actively writes on his psychotherapy blogs. He has a special interest in the impact of trauma on memory.
Tonight Bill and Bonnie Kaye will talk about the issues that impact women with gay husbands including best strategies for dealing with anger, different strategies to rebuilding your life after marriage, and strategies for helping the children after the marriage has ended.
Bonnie Kaye, international specialist on women who unknowingly marry gay men affecting 4 million women in this country and millions more around the world, hosts this show. Each week she has guests who are experts in this area to help those women who need to move ahead and heal. Kaye is a counselor, author, and founder of the Straight Wives Club.
BARRIERS TO RECOVERY
Sobriety will take care of the problems caused by your drinking. Recovery will take care of the problems that caused you to drink
Relapse is best sensed by the nose as the language of the body can be easily overblown
BARRIERS TO ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADDICTION RECOVERY
The following is a checklist of symptoms leading to relapse,
Any of which may be barriers to recovery. If the symptoms are caught early enough and recognized, the alcoholic will usually try to change his
Thinking, to get back on his addiction treatment program again. A weekly inventory of symptoms might prevent some relapses.
- See more at: http://rumradio.org/barriers-to-recovery/#sthash.Rvg9qCTq.dpuf
This show is to help people pray and find answers and solutions to every perplexity and problems that they have. Healing of mind, body and spirit can only come through Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior and by studying the Bible. By beholding Jesus, we become change.
Our show this Sunday evening will prove to be an eye-opening and enlightening one, as we take on one of the biggest problems facing our country today - Illegal Immigration and the aiding and abetting of that illegal immigration by our current administration. The government is not only assisting these illegal's to enter the USA, they are also providing social security cards and the means to obtain benefits. We will have two guests on Sunday evenings show that have personally eye witnessed and documented (on video) bus loads of illegal aliens being transported into the USA to local governmental offices with the help and assistance of our government. Join us this Sunday evening, October 19th, from 7-9pmCST when we take on this most critical of issues.
Jen Padron's agenda:
1.) Peer Services | Supports in an Integrated BH and PC public health environment using my model
2.) US Peer Services | Supports Center, University of Southern California (USC)
3.) US Peer Leadership & Workforce Development Institute, University of Southern California (USC)
4.) Mobile Crisis Intervention MH/SA and the Role of the Certified Peer Specialist in Mobile Crisis Intervention
5.) The Innovative & Emergent Roles of the CPS, RC and CHW in Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care Public Health (e.g., Health Home, PCMH, FQ Peer Services via 1910, 1115 Medicaid Waiver, etc...
6.) Q & A dialogue
Padron is a 2015 Doctor of Public Health Candidate. Her subject matter expertise leverages peer services, supports, delivery, frontier and rural public health and peer services in integrated physical and behavioral systems of care within the United States. “A Study of the Relationship Between Physical Health Problems, the Well-Being, Recovery, and Community Participation of Adults Living with Mental Health Disorders” is a secondary data analysis of randomized controlled University Pennsylvania and Temple University studies. It examines the impact of intervention aimed at enhancing self- care behaviors, patient-physician communication, and motivation to participate in treatment. She completed graduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin and undergraduate studies at the University of Washington at Seattle.
She has postered, appeared and published broadly on HIV/AIDS/STD/HCV education and SPMI, higher-education and SPMI, US peer leadership and workforce development. She blogs on hope, recovery and wellness solutions on madinamerica.com and integrating behavioral and physical health care utilizing peer services/supports on jenpadrondot.com as a person with the shared life experience of mental diversity.