SORT BY Relevancy
Alyssa and Liz talk with Deb Hart about her heart-wrenching journey through the grief of losing her son and then discovering she had breast cancer. Tune is for a story of overcoming adversity.
Deb Hart is a leader in the grief and breast cancer community in the Portland, Oregon.
The metastatic breast cancer experience is often overlooked, misunderstood or silenced by those who fear it due to lack of knowledge and education. Joining us is MJ DeCoteau, (Executive Director and Founder, Rethink Breast Cancer) to discuss the metastatic breast cancer awareness day and what Rethink Breast Cancer is doing to support the metastatic community. Survivor Spotlight on breast cancer survivor Christa Wittmier.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Lenora Thompson from Minnesota, a child abuse survivor and freelance writer whose areas of expertise are narcissistic abuse, mind control techniques (and how they relate to Satanic Ritual Abuse), co-dependence, Stockholm Syndrome and all their offshoots...projection, covert incest and infantilization. The "official story" of her upbringing is that she came from a wonderful, close, loving, caring, born-again Christian family who never abused her and made all their choices for her well-being and safety. Her parents were extremely protective and strict. "These boundaries never changed, no matter how old I got, Lenora says. "They also found reasons for insisting I terminate all of my romantic relationships." She and her husband moved 300 miles away and in 2013 something went "click" when he observed, "You're showing symptoms of abuse, brainwashing and acting like you're from a cult." She'd lost her self-esteem, which her parents "owned," and had become semi-paralyzed by feeling so horrible about herself, which triggered OCD. "That was two years ago," she says, "and I've been obsessed with studying the topics listed on my website ever since. Although recovery is lifelong, I am feeling calmer than ever before." Freelance writing is more than a career for Lenora. It's an obsession. A passion. "Finally!" she writes, "a career I love and can do from my little cottage with the morning glories around the front door, the sun dappling through the lace curtains, a glass of sun tea at my elbow and a sleepy bichon frise at my feet." She's interested in writing for NAASCA, and we'd be delighted to have her!
Doctor Frasier Crane (my hero) would often answer his Talk Radio Callers by offering "I'm listening''. As a Psychiatrist that would be his job - to listen. Listening, then thinking, then speaking. And, the good doctor would often speak, and speak, and speak, and, well, Ros would take a commercial break.
As a TBI Survivor myself (circa 2008), I speak. Told by many I'm very social, and can talk. And talk. And, well, Sister Mary Elephant would tell me to "SHUUUUT UP! thank you".
I'll explain how controled speaking is taught to survivors, as many of us often have difficulty getting our words across, at least in our broken minds. We'll play some, or a lot, or Rock 'N Roll. And, if you will call (424) 243-9540 we can talk, share, discuss, discover. That's why I listening.
We'll learn some response tricks too. It is not a Cheap Trick, but free to listen in. "I want you to want me..."
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the perfect time to team with breast cancer survivor and thriver, Rev. Sensei Subira Folami to co-host a show of hope and healing for cancer.
When Dr. Janet Roseman read the transcript of Joan of Arc's trials, she realized that this beloved heroine had much to offer those fighting cancer--women patients especially. In addition to her fierce faith, the fifteenth-century teenager faced her incredible challenges with remarkable fortitude, moxie, and even humor. In her book, If Joan of Arc Had Cancer: Finding Courage, Faith, and Healing from History's Most Inspirational Woman Warrior, Dr. Roseman uses Joan's words and experiences to help readers access their own innate courage and reclaim their personal power. It is not just a book for those with or who have experienced cancer, but it also offers support for family and friends, therapists, doctors, nurses, and anyone affected by a loved one's diagnosis. Tune in as we discuss the importance of compassion in the healing equation, how to maintain personal power in the face of serious illness, how to create an "army of support" for getting through a health crisis, and more!
Janet Lynn Roseman, PhD, teaches at Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine, has created hospital compassionate care programs, and offers complementary therapy workshops to oncology patients. She specializes in spirituality and medicine, and created the Sidney Project in Spirituality and Medicine and Compassionate Care™, a unique model in medical education that reminds physician residents of the sacredness of their profession and the importance of creating caring environments for both patients and physicians. Dr. Roseman is also a Reiki master, dance therapist, and intuitive healer. She has been published in a variety of medical journals and lives in Boca Raton, FL.
Ep.39: SWST Goes Pink and Purple for Breast Cancer/Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Call-in: (646) 668-8630
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and National Domestic Violence Awareness Month! We, at the Southern Warrior Sister Tribe Radio Show, encourage all women to tune in for this week's episode. It will save a life in more ways than one. This week we'll be covering Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Awareness. Many lives have been touched by one or both of these subjects. Hosted by: Princess Fumi Hancock, Marlas Triplett Sells and Maxine Holt Donaldson!
Statistics show that 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer. Early detection is key! Get a mammogram.
Every 9 seconds in the US, a woman is assaulted or beaten. Domestic Violence is no longer a gender specifc problem. 1 in 7 men have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. It is a growing problem between genders.
This week we'll feature stories from Survivors ... and much more!
Using the hashtags: #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth and #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, share your stories on our Facebook page. Whether you're a Survivor or you're still fighting, we support you!
Please join us for this awesome show!
Join us as we talk about finding our purpose again. Things and priorities change and sometimes we feel lost. Joshua David Brawer is the Sunday Experience Director at Synergy Church in Chesterfield, MO, and he has also completed his Masters in Counseling and is joining us to talk about how e find our purpose as we are moving forward after stroke.
This show is about stroke and brain injury and is for anyone interested in stroke with bits and pieces thrown in for inspiration, ways to be healthy, less stressed and more. I want to be here to share and to lift up other stroke survivors or warriors. I want to help you find out there are others going through what you have gone though. Maybe not the same journey but a survivor none the less. To give positive information, inspire and embrace what you have and continue moving forward.
Source Nation! Join us tonight in The Ladies Lounge as we welcome 2 dynamic guests into the studio.
6:15 Dr. Ivan Young is back again to discuss another much needed topic, Why Is Communication Seen As Overrated When That Is The Principal Key In Having A Successful Relationship? You definitely want to be a part of this conversation.
Dr. D Ivan Young is a Professional Certified Coach, Master MBTI Practitioner, and Master Certified Coach. A Certified Coach is an expert at helping others create positive change in their lives.
7:15 Aleasha Brown aka The Joy Guru will be in the studio to share her amazing journey and ignite the fire within all of us that will help us get our joy back.
Victim, survivor, leader or visionary: at times we all need to be inspired. Everyone has survived something and has a story to tell. Just how and when will you tell your story? Alesha Brown, The Joy Guru, is an author, radio personality and motivational speaker who encourages audiences by igniting the fire within and helping them get their joy back. With comprehensive, simple techniques and words of inspiration, Alesha helps the old and young alike, grab ahold of their dreams while identifying the roots of their unhappiness and those things that hold them back. A humorist and gifted speaker, Alesha Brown delivers entertaining, engaging presentations with thought provoking exercises and vivid illustrations to connect with any audience. She is also the owner of Alesha Brown LLC, which offers author/writing consultation services to help people write their story and share their testimony. As an advocate on a mission to reverse the damage of abuse, she encourages others to write their story to pay it forward and create a circle of healing.
Call in at, 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
As a survivor of Narcissistic abuse myself I know how frustrating, helpless, and confusing this disorder can be to deal with. As an experienced counselor I know that issues dealing with this problem are always arising. I am fully aware that many of you cannot afford the out of pocket expense of paying for counseling, but do have important questions you would like answered. I can and want to help all of you work through these sensitive issues.
The second Friday of every month my internet radio show, A Fine Time for Healing, will be entirely devoted to taking to your calls and answering your questions about NPD. The advice is FREE!
The show airs at 11 a.m. EST and runs for 45 minutes. The number you will call to connect with the show and speak to me is 424-220-1801.
This time will not be a convenient one for everyone so there is another way for you to get your questions answered. Just email me ahead of time and I will read your questions on air and answer them. I assure you that your identity will be kept anonymous.
All shows will be recorded and archived after broadcasting. They can be listened to at your convenience by clicking on the link I will provide you when you email me. Please send your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Radio Show Question” in the subject heading.
THURSDAY 10/18/15 at 7pm ET/ 6pm CT/ 4pm PT Join us for "MIKE ON THE MIC" w/Host BIG MIKE ALLBRIGHT and Special Guest: MIKE HOLLOWAY (Survivor Worlds Apart Sole Survivor)!! Just last season, MIKE HOLLOWAY won Survivor Worlds Apart! He also became only the 5th person to win five individual Immunity Challenges in a single season, the 1st male winner from a blue tribe, the tallest Sole Survivor ever, and he coined the merge tribe name "Merica" too! He was eligible to be on "Second Chances" until he won his season, which disqualified him from the selection process. Now, BIG MIKE ALLBRIGHT will find out what he's been up to since his win, AND what he thinks about the Survivor Second Chance Cast, new twists, etc! Of course You're invited to call and chat with BIG MIKE and MIKE HOLLOWAY during the show at 1-347-237-5506 and/or click our link to join us in our Live Chat Room too! Cherry Garcia and Paul from Minn. will be there to Co-Host. #LetsChatSurvivor #SurvivorSecondChance **OUR SHOWS CONNECT YOU TO THE REALITY STARS YOU LOVE!!***
Since 2002, MICHAEL "BIG MIKE" ALLBRIGHT has been meeting and interacting with Survivor contestants at charity events, live finales and at parties, etc. around the United States. No fan in the entire WORLD has met more cast members (428) than Big Mike. He is a true insider who is fascinated by all aspects of the show and is always seeking to find out more information and background about Survivor. Big Mike has Outwitted, Outplayed and Outlasted his competition and is now known and beloved by nearly every player in the show's history, and many of the people behind the creation of show including Russ Landau, Monty Brinton, Jesse Jensen, Lynne Spillman, Jeff Probst, and even Mark Burnett himself! Call in every Thursday night to discuss each episode!
David Clarke is a retired social worker. He is a recovered sex addict and recovered alcoholic who experienced sexual abuse as a child. He was challenged by mental illness for many years from which he has recovered.. Barbara Findeisen is a survivor of childhood physical and psychological and emotional abuse. She is recovering from a variety of mental disorders and is finding her way to a place of recovery.
Both David and Barbara have used conventional means such as psychotherapy for recovery. David has also used 12-step programs to overcome his past addictions. Both have found that the key to freedom has been living a life based upon spirit and embracing a power greater than themselves.
Caller and upcoming radio guest, Diana McClintic, is a former nurse who is a light worker. She has taken a remarkable time out of nursing by going on the road to seek illumination. She is also an angel reader who will be a guest on the show on 10/18.