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ART CRY RADIO is a show dedicated to featuring the Arts and creativity in all forms but this week's show is dedicated to the fight against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)—also referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease
Join us as our host interviews:
Britt Burwell and families who fight ALS!
This show is in honor of the late Brandon Burwell - - - Pleasedonate today to the OFFICIAL Les Turner ALS FOUNDATION for TEAM BRANDON. Be sure to just click the DONATE NOW button . By donating you're supporting the ALS WALK FOR LIFE on Sunday, September 21, 2014. Let's keep raising ALS awareness by donating and keeping the ice bucket challenges going. Because of people like you, your donations will go toward research programs dedicated to ultimately finding a cure for ALS, with the hope that someday we can hear patients say "I am a ALS survivor.
Join the fight by calling 347-205-9896!!!
Everyone is welcome!
in Self Help
While the holiday season can be a beautiful time to celebrate with family and friends, it can often be a time of over indulgence for many people. Some tend to overeat or drink too much, while others far exceed their spending budget. If you or someone you know can relate, this is the one show you can't afford to miss! Join Lisa Marie Pepe and Genevieve Kohn as they present a lively and interactive chat on the Life Coach Chat Channel on Friday, December 19, 2014 at 1pm EST.
Lisa Marie Pepe is a Certified Wellness Coach and the owner of Positive Transformation Wellness Coaching. She specializes in empowering young women to embrace how beautiful they truly are by providing them with the tools they need to live more healthfully, have more self-confidence, and to meet the world on their terms. She resides in Connecticut and is currently accepting new client referrrals for the New Year. She can be reached through her website: http://www.positivetransformation.net, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 203-671-0139.
Guest host Genevieve Kohn is a wellness coach who shows women living with multiple sclerosis more than just dealing with an MS diagnosis. She shows them how to thrive. When Genevieve was diagnosed with MS in 2002, she made a decision to remain positive rather than letting her condition drag her down. She is also the co-host of Reclaim Your Health on International Life Coach Radio. Go to http://bit.ly/wellsource4me and get your free gift from Genevieve!
1. What’s new for you from Diane? [3:27]
2. Introducing our guest, Dr. Terry Wahls [4:24]
How long should I stay strictly on the Wahls Protocol? [15:57]
Managing the Wahls Protocol with a busy lifestyle [19:37]
What if my doctor isn't ready to listen? [23:35]
Ketogenic Wahls Protocol and Hashimoto's [26:44]
Dr. Wahls' take on coffee [29:18]
How varied should our vegetable choices be? [30:19]
Eating large amounts of fiber with Irritable Bowel Disease/Crohn’s/Ulcerative Colitis [37:39]
Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Seafood Health Benefits [40:05]
3. An interview from our sponsor: Seafood Sustainability with Randy Hartnell [43:53]
Update on Dr. Wahl's research trials [46:42]
Dr. Wahls' book updates [59:16]
Lyme Disease and it's co-infections
What you can do in terms of lifestyle and self-care
My guest today is John Coleman.
John is a naturopath with extensive experience in treating those with chronic disorders. Over the years, he has gained specialist knowledge in treating Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, chronic Lyme disease and co-infections, and other challenging similar conditions. John began his specialist focus after recovering from advanced Parkinson's in 1998.
John strives to live the life he advises for his patients.
~ PLEASE HELP AMARA CAMPBELL - SHE HAS CHRONIC LYME DISEASE ~
The lovely Amara Campbell is inspiring, supportive and encouraging. BUT she is gravely ill with chronic neurological Lyme disease. She is literally fighting for her life.
Her family has set up "The Amara Campbell Foundation" to help raised much needed funds for her medication and treatment.
They have even organised chocolate drives, auctions for gorgeous frocks, wine and more.
PLEASE donate to help save Amara... and to give her the chance to write a new chapter in her life, simply entitled "Wellness."
To find out more, visit their page on social media.
To donate from Paypal, please send money to email@example.com
Jack Osborne, son Sharon and Ozzy, has MS. His web site, You Don't Know Jake About MS, educates all of us about the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, an auto immune diesease. www.youdontknowjackaboutms.com
Blessing Offor - the singer songwriter you first met on The Voice has a holiday song that will tough your hear. Blessing has special ties to Westchester and the Hudson Valley. He gets his guide dogs from Guiding Eyes for the Blind in Yorktown. www.guidingeyes.org
Actor Michael Muldoon becomes Charles Dickens every holiday season at the Lyndhurst Castle in Tarrytown...we'll get a taste of that.
Plus enjoy the astrological forecast for the week from Pamela Cucinell, an intuition exercise with Lisa K and a Mind Body Minute with Marcy Kniffin.
Thanks for tuning in.
This Health and Happiness Show aired at 6:30 am on 100.7 WHUD on December 7.
A Day for Women is January 11, 2015 in Croton. Join me there for an inspiring afternoon. Get details at www.kaceyontheradio.com
Have a great week!
How We Feel Has an Impact on How We Heal, Grow, Recouperate, and Live
Easier said than done right? We all have struggles in life. This is part of life but we decide what affects us, what has an impact, and the things that bother us and don't.
A positive attitude keeps us moving forward. Peer support, family, friends and counseling services help build those things to keep a positive outloook working together. It is medical fact that what used to be thought as mentally debilitating and irreversable with brain injuries are treatable and can be overcome by keeping a hopeful perspective and positive approach in the right environment. This is what we do!
Join us on this conference about enhancing your life regardless to the position, if any, in the brain injury community.
Please call in (424) 243-9540 or use this link to listen in.
WITH THE HOLIDAY SEASON UPON US THOSE LIVING WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS LIKE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS MAY FIND THEMSELVES ANSWERING THE SAME QUESTIONS ABOUT THEIR CONDITION TO LOVED ONES.
IT’S IMPORTANT FOR MS PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS TO CLEAR UP THE MYTHS ABOUT THIS CHRONIC AND OFTEN DEBILITATING DISEASE WITH SYMPTOMS RANGING FROM MOBILITY ISSUES TO COGNITIVE PROBLEMS.
JOINING LIFE LESSONS IS DOCTOR PETER WADE OF THE MANDELL CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CARE.
1. WITH THE HOLIDAYS APPROACHING, ARE THERE CERTAIN FOODS THAT PEOPLE WITH MS SHOULD AVOID?
2. DOES HAVING MS MEAN YOU CAN’T BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE? DOES EVERYONE DIAGNOSED WITH MS END UP IN A WHEELCHAIR?
3. WHAT SHOULD SOMEONE WITH MS KNOW BEFORE STARTING A FAMILY?
4. IS IT TRUE THAT THERE ARE ONLY A FEW TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR MS?
5. IS THE DISEASE MORE PREVALENT IN CERTAIN ETHNICITIES OR RACES?
6. WHERE CAN LISTENERS/VIEWERS LEARN MORE ABOUT MS AND WHAT WE’VE TALKED ABOUT HERE TODAY?
Peter Wade, M.D.
The Joyce D. and Andrew J. Mandell Center for Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Care and Neuroscience Research
Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital
Share your life lessons from sisters for our next book at www.life-lessons.co
Manny Pacquiao’s aura of invincibility and dominance in the sport of boxing continues after his outstanding performance in Macau, China. Chris Algieri did provide Pacquiao with a bit of a puzzle to solve in the early rounds, but eventually Pacquiao made the necessary adjustments to completely outclass his opponent.
From the opening bell Algieri remained tentative of avoiding any of Pacquiao’s power shots. He constantly used lateral movement, and Pacquiao had a difficult time cutting off the ring. Algieri was trying to get in a rhythm but accidentally slipped and the referee counted it as a knockdown. Algieri seemed flustered, but this was just the start of bad things to come. We will with out a shadow of a doubt be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. Call 646-478-3068 to voice your opinion, remember you can voice your opinion in writing by becoming part of the team and writing for the site contact Joe Habeeb at Theboxingvoice@yahoo.com Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube and Blogtalk in order to receive one email a few minutes before we go live. Stay up to date on the sport you love by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice for the most recent news in the boxing world.
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Harvey Stelman: Harvey retired as president of The Metal Company, Inc., a scrap metal trading corporation, after being stricken with Multiple Sclerosis. Living with MS for the past 33 years, he has turned to writing to express himself in his new life. He attended Oklahoma University. Harvey has been married for 35 years. Andrew Nathan: Andy is currently a social networking schmoozer. He is one of the top 50 Twitter Users in the Chicago land area and has been named one of the top 10 writers for social networking by Ezine Articles. He was formerly a history teacher. He received his Masters Degree in Education from National Louis University, and an Undergraduate degree in history and political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has been married for 3 years.
This story is one of an incredibly courageous lady who suffers many debilitating auto-immune illnesses – ulcerative colitis, arthritis, fibro myalgia, migraines and Multiple Sclerosis.
Jill suffers from extreme fatigue, and has no support with my 3 kids, and then all of this, naturally, was made so much harder as a result of the huge double-whammy of narcissistic abuse.
Jill’s life-changing realisation was that she had been focusing on others her whole life, and that she had always been trying to be “perfect” for others. She was over-functioning as an over-achiever, as a successful business woman, and having to have a perfect home and life.
Her life now has changed considerably as a result of finding out and focusing on her needs and what she really wants.
In this show she talks about the shift she got out of NARP –“I am loveable for all I am ‘not’ as well as all that I am”. Jill also talks about how this led her to start enjoying the simple things in life, smiling, laughing and spending time with her kids.
Jill’s children also started shifting as a result of their mother transforming.
I know you will enjoy this incredible show, and it will give you hope, if you too have suffered narcissistic abuse on top of crippling health conditions.
It takes tremendous resilience to succeed as a leader in business today. Executives are constantly trying to keep up with the changing world and make the right decisions for their company, their teams, and themselves. With all the clutter of information out there, how can executives focus to make the right decisions? What forces can derail them?
My guest this week, Dr. Jacqui Grey, says that their gremlins get in the way. The beliefs we have about ourselves contribute to how we behave and react and these beliefs can often lead us astray, cause us much anxiety and stress unless we deal with them, and keep us from being effective leaders.
Jacqui Grey, author of Executive Advantage: Resilient Leadership for the 21st Century, has worked globally for blue-chip companies on innovative leadership development programs and has a special interest in the development of top female talent. With a background in law and in HR at Board Level, she has worked for Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, RBS,and Barclays, Cisco and many other leading companies. She has a doctorate in Executive Anxiety and presents regularly at leadership conferences and business schools.
** This program is an encore of CBS Sky Radio, and is the sole property of Bonnie Marcus
JESSICA WALKER – WIFE OF COUNTY MUSIC ARTIST CLAY WALKER – IS AMONG THE 90 MILLION FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN THE U.S. JESSICA PROVIDES SUPPORT AND STRENGTH TO CLAY AS THEY MANAGE HIS DIAGNOSIS WITH A RELAPSING FORM OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. (AS NATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVERS MONTH IS NOW UNDERWAY- for LIVE HITS only) – JESSICA AND CLAY JOIN US NOW TO DISCUSS THE CHALLENGES CARE PARTNERS FACE AND THE WALKER’S TIPS FOR CREATING A SUCCESSFUL GAME PLAN TO MANAGE CHRONIC ILLNESSES. YOU WILL LEARN THE FOLLOWING:
JESSICA- WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED SO FAR ABOUT THE ROLE AS CLAY’S CAREGIVER?
CLAY- HOW IMPORTANT IS JESSICA’S SUPPORT AS A CARE PARTNER TO YOU?
JESSICA – HOW HAS BEING A CARE PARTNER FOR CLAY AFFECTED YOUR LIFE AND DO YOU THINK YOU’RE TYPICAL OF MOST CAREGIVERS?
JESSICA AND CLAY, WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND TO WORK IN YOUR PARTNERSHIP THAT MIGHT BE HELPFUL TO OTHERS?
WHAT ARE YOU FUTURE PLANS?
In 1996, Clay was diagnosed with a relapsing form of multiple sclerosis (RMS). The diagnosis came at a pivotal time in his life; his career in country music was exploding, he had recently finished recording his fourth album and his oldest daughter had just been born. The last thing he expected was the tingling and numbness on his right side, and facial spasms that hit while he was on tour.
Recently, Clay has been in the recording studio with plans to release new music in early 2015, and is making headway in the world of film and television. He stars as host with the Outdoor Channel’s Trophy Hunters
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