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EVERYDAY PEOPLE with host Monica Douglas Davis
Parenting is a challenging task for most of us but it is also a joy and honor. Join us on Everyday People as we tackle this subject with a mother of toddlers that is doing it in a great way.
Monday, February 8, at 9pm est - 8pm cst
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Devra Davis will discuss electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) and the greater health risk to children, infants and toddlers.
Dr. Devra Davis founded the non-profit Environmental Health Trust in 2007 in Teton County, Wyoming, to provide basic research and education about environmental health hazards and promote constructive policies. Devra Davis’ career has spanned all areas of academia, public policy, and scientific research. She is the author of more than 190 scientific publications, editor of 11 books, and has written two best-selling books. Dr. Davis is one of the most vocal and credible voices warning about the dangers of cell phone radiation.
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she provides a list of the next 6 skills toddlers acquire before they begin to use words to talk. This list may also be a launching point for a conversation with your child's therapist. If you've all been hyperfocused helping a child learn to say new words with no regard for the all of the things that must come first, you may not be addressing the root cause of your child's delay. Again, listen to the show if you'd like more information!
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she provides a list of the first 5 skills toddlers acquire before they begin to use words to talk.
Do you find yourself in power struggles with your children? I sure have! Regardless of age, whether they’re toddlers, elementary school age, middle or high school age, or even college age, the battles and stresses seem to take on their own unique life. Stop beating your head against the wall, doing the same thing with no change in your child’s behavior! Stop losing sleep at night, thinking: There must be a better way! Join us on Love, Trust & Pixie Dust Radio as we speak to certified life and parenting coach, Amy Egan. You will leave with tips, strategies, and most importantly: PEACE OF MIND, knowing you can do this!
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she begins a new series of shows to discuss that skills that children must acquire before they learn to talk and use words meaningfully to communicate.
While it is true that "All kids develop differently," there's a general pattern of development that children follow before we begin to hear words - whether kids talk late or on time.
In this week's show, we'll begin this series with a brief overview of what happens when a child uses a word and then spend a good portion of the show looking at what's normal regarding vocabulary size from 12 months to 48 months.
Additionally, we'll review a few red flags that let us know a child is at risk for more than late talking.
For a written summary of today's show, read the post below at Laura's website teachmetotalk.com:
#275 Show Summary
“THE [WO]MAN RE-ELEVATED!” comes to elevate all women in the area of financial well being in all areas of our lives. We as fellow “SIStars” are designed to illuminate the world. How do we effectively handle our finances if we’re not operating at our ultimate best? As the first teachers, nurses, chefs, friends, and lovers to our kindred unit, then the community in which we live, it’s more imperative today that we raise ourselves to a higher level than ever before. As there are many negative forces bombarding us and our loved ones, we need to take heed to arm ourselves with the wisdom and truth in every area of our lives. This “re-adjustment” to our lives will aid in raising the barometer for everyone around us, causing us to be our very best selves. When we are all our very best selves, then we will all be able to work together in unity and accomplish a great deal. It all takes the power of “one” to make a change and difference in the world. It also takes finances to build a nation, and families form communities, which form nations. Will you be that change maker?
Join us today, along with our guests, Dr. Steven & Karen Richter, to discuss Autism, the silent epidemic. Do you know anyone who is “diagnosed” with Autism? If so, is it something they are handling silently with no help in sight? Well,… there is a solution to help these families cope and thrive wholly, physically, spiritually, and economically.
When the Woman is healed, so will the Man be healed!...then here come our children, following in line…SIStars, our Brothers are yearning for us to help them, will you make the necessary change?
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This week on Relationships 2.0 my guest is Ruth Danner author of Making a World of Difference One Quilt at a Time: Inspiring Stories about Quilters and How They Have Touched Lives
Quilts exemplify precious things: comfort through the warmth they provide; community, since they are often created by groups; and love, given the time and effort they require. With this in mind, legions of kindhearted quilters all over the world choose to donate their labors of love to people in need. Ruth McHaney Danner has gathered fifty-four heartwarming stories of quilters who make their compassion tangible one stitch, square, and quilt at a time. Each story introduces a quilter or group of quilters, ranging from a blind woman in Texas to preschoolers in Australia. Their gifts have the power to make recipients feel cherished and supported, even though they may never meet face-to-face. These wonderfully inspiring stories show that every quilter who has ever wondered, “But what can I do?” can do something that will help someone.
About the author:
Ruth McHaney Danner, the author of What I Learned from God While Quilting, has written extensively for various publications. She has made dozens of quilts for charitable organizations and for individuals in need, and many of her projects have won awards. Her sewing room in Spokane, Washington, overflows with stacks of fabric, bags of scraps, and an endless supply of UFOs (unfinished objects).
There was once a time when men used to be real men. When they dressed with style, when they had a certain honor code they followed that involved treating not only their elders and each other with respect, but women alike. Unfortunately, those days are far- gone — a thing of the past. What we have now is… to be quite honest, I’m not sure.
There are of course certain men out there who still have their affairs in order, but we are few in number. What people are most often subject to is the company of boys who are refusing to grow up and man up — boys who prefer to play with their toys than to do their part in bettering society, the human race and the world as a whole. These poor excuses for men have the bodies of adults and the mentalities, as well as the social outlook of toddlers. Horny toddlers, but toddlers nonetheless.
It’s all about character — or in this case, the lack of character. Something has been happening during this era dubbed the “information age.” Social media platforms have taken away the need to interact face to face, taking away the need for actual interaction. This is great in many regards: you can now keep in touch with friends and family all over the world from a handheld device.
Character is most often built during those moments between activities, during moments of solitude and reflection. Men no longer feel the need to pause and reflect because the options for whatever it is they want are only a click away. The options are endless and therefore we never truly experience disappointment.
It’s awful because women are becoming accustomed to such boys and believing that these pansies are all that is left of our sex. Some great women are settling for these fools and then finding that they themselves have no choice but to wear the pants in the family because their “man” is PMSing.
A young woman finds she is drawn to a home as a child and finds out why as an adult.
After nearly drowning as a child, a man describes life seeing spirits for 40 years.
Something paranormal intervenes to make sure a child gets the medical testing his life depends upon.
Toddlers can be scary, but one toddler may have scared the spirits away from his home for good.
If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802!If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/become-epp/
Alyssa Avant is an author, speaker, virtual assistant and virtual assistant coach. She has 8 years of experience working from home. Alyssa is the author of FaithLeaps: The Christian Mom’s Guide to Passion, Purpose and Profits and FaithLeaps: The Christian Mom's Guide to Starting a Virtual Assistant Business. She is a wife and mom of three. Alyssa and her family call the Deep South home.
Over eight years ago, Alyssa began the journey of creating a business that would allow her to be at home with her children and contribute consistently to her family’s finances. During the days when Alyssa’s children were babies and toddlers, she earned diaper money. As they grew, she earned money for groceries. At present, her income pays for their private school tuition each month.
In this segment Alyssa will share with you the first 10 steps she encourages anyone to take in order to become a virtual assistant. You’ll be so excited when you begin earning an income that will be a blessing to your family while being able to serve and assist business owners as well.
You won't want to miss all of the tips Alyssa will be sharing to get your virtual assistant business up and running in no time!
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