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  • 00:45

    MELANATED WOMAN - Education vs Indoctrination - Do you know the difference?

    in Culture

    Afrikan Community, do you know the difference between education and indoctrination?  


    If we are to survive as a people, and prepare future generations for success, we must understand the tactics that were initiated with the onset of MAAFA and their continued use.


    Education:  the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing  the powers of reasoning  and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.


    FYI:  Did School Integration Fail Black Children? http://www.theroot.com/articles/culture/2014/08/_brown_v_board_of_education_anniversary_did_integration_fail_black_children.html


    Indoctrination:  teaching someone to accept a set of beliefs without questioning them.  (Willie Lynch Theory)


    FYI:  The Willie Lynch Syndrome


    http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/Perspectives_1/Willie_Lynch_letter_The_Making_of_a_Slave.shtml


    Read: Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson


    Melanated Woman website:  http://www.melanatedwoman.org/


     

  • 00:29

    Raising Special Needs Kids (cont.)

    in Christianity

    4/30/2015 On this show I continue our conversations with Lesvia Chance, Denise Hernandez and Shauna Monroe, these ladies each have a child affected by Autism and Down Syndrome.  Hear their stories, how they are dealing with it and raising their kids.


    The month of April is the National Autism Awareness Month.

  • 00:20

    Interviewing The Divas ... with Guest Robin Srigley, The Hormone Diva

    in Women

    Join Diva Candace Gish as she speaks with fellow Diva, Robyn Srigley today at 12 NOON CST


    Robyn Srigley is the The Hormone Diva, a nutrition and lifestyle coaching expert. She helps women replace anxiety with joy to open possibility in their lives and have a positive impact on the next generation. Robyn’s success with her clients comes from expert knowledge in her specialty and her personal diagnoses of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). She specializes in helping women facing a variety of hormonal problems such as PMS, PCOS, Endometriosis and much more. Robyn strives to help women achieve happy, joyous lives filled with health and self-love.


    Robyn Srigley, B.A. (Hons), PTS, CNP, NNCP


    PMS Coach + Holistic Nutritionist


    The Hormone Diva


    905-995-1610


    info@thehormonediva.com


    www.thehormonediva.com 


     

  • 00:57

    Making Your Big Idea A Reality

    in Business

    Tips To Secure Funding from The Angel & Venture Capital World.  You've got that great idea and you're ready to take it to the market or maybe you've launched it but are looking to grow and expand but there is one major obstacle standing in your way...money.  Join Loretta McCarthy, Managing Partner of Golden Seeds, an investment firm dedicated to funding successful female lead entrepreneural ventures as she guides us through the process and tells us what they want, what they don't want and how to close the deal.

  • 00:31

    RESCHEDULED! Stephanie, PCOS, Possibly Cushing's Patient

    in Health

    Her bio states: "Hi. My name Steph, and this has been a long journey for me so far, and I see a long road ahead. Hopefully their will be a rainbow once all these clouds have melted away. I just turned 33 years old (this month) and have been dealing with symptoms of Cushing's since I was a pre-teen without even knowing it. I was diagnosed (or possibly mis-diagnosed) with PCOS when I was about 11. That's when the irregular (to almost non-existent) menstrual cycles, hirutism (chin, upper lip, upper and lower thighs, fingers, toes, basically everywhere) and weight problems began. I was immediately put on birth control to regulate my periods, which only made my life a living nightmare. They forced on a fake (non-ovulating) period and made my moods a disaster. I went on to be on birth control until from the age of 11 until about 3 years ago when I just couldn't take it anymore, and took myself off. I've been using herbal supplements for menstrual regulalation since then, and feel MUCH better. Over the years I've always felt like there was something "more than PCOS" wrong with me. From the extreme inability to lose weight normally, and the ease to gain it, to the weak legs, vitamen d insuffeciency, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, extreme irritability, now non-existent cycle, shortness of breath (just from walking up 1 flight of stairs), slow healing, hoarse voice, high testosterone, male pattern baldness, blurry vision, EXTREME brain fog etc..... It has been very, very, very tough and emotional over the years. It has taken a toll on my personality, emotions, and those around me....

  • 02:00

    This Week's Guest is Hypnotherapist Nanci Hajek

    in Health

    Hypnotherapist Nancy Hajek joins us this week on The Best Years in Lif Radio.  We will be discussing all aspects of hypnosis, how it can be a valuable tool in healing physically, emotionally, and spiritually.


    During the first half hour, Tony will talk about exciting future plans for The Best Years in Life.


    During the second half hour, Luella will talk a ittle bit about her meaningful trip to Watrous, New Mexico, and she will start a two part series on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

  • 01:08

    Narcissistic Victim Syndrome: Why do victims blame themselves?

    in Psychology

    The show everyone has been waiting for.  Join our frequent and most popular guest Christine Louis de Cannonville, author of The Three Faces of Evil, Michelle Mallon, professor Ohio State University, and Andrea Schneider, MSW, LCSW.


    Three leading educators about Narcissistic Victim Syndrome.  We discuss Christine's book which is set to publish and be available on Amazon in May of 2015, the most common question asked by all survivors of this form of abuse, and what's in store for the future regarding the pandemic: Narcissistic, Pychopathic, and Sociopathic abuse.


    For more information about our guests please visit here.

  • 00:34

    Tuning in with Betsy

    in Spirituality

    Today my very special guest is Dr. Eric Pearl.  Dr. Pearl is the founder of The Reconnection.  He has been featured on the Dr. Oz Show, in The New York Times and on CNN.  He has presented at the United Nations and at Madison Square Garden in New York City.


    His international bestselling book, The Reconnection, Heal Others, Heal Yourself, now in 39 languages, has been endorsed by Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer.


    It's time for you to realize healing is possible, easy and attainable.  Enjoy Tuning in with Betsy.


    Biography:


     


    In August of 1993, Eric Pearl, discovered that he had been blessed with an unusual gift. After 12 years of practicing traditional chiropractic, he suddenly became a healing vehicle of a different kind: a conduit through which healing energy seems to flow. Eric Pearl's patients report the disappearance of cancers, AIDS, chronic fatigue syndrome, birth disfigurements, and deformities of bone, as well as regaining the use of limbs after complete spinal cord injuries.


    Recognized internationally, Pearl's healings have elicited great interest from top medical researchers worldwide, including one of the top hospitals in the United States, a world-renowned spinal cord injury center, a Level I trauma institute, and a major university medical school. In addition, Eric is the author of The Reconnection, has appeared on several nationally broadcasted shows, and his lectures are now offered worldwide


     


     


     


     


    with Betsy today with Dr. Eric Pearl.

  • 00:30

    Pro-Choice Birthing

    in Religion

    For the final week of cesarean awareness month, Dr Pauline and Catherine want to talk to you about your options.  There are many, many wonderful birth professionals out there that are excited to help you navigate your pregnancy and birth.  The thing is, it's very important to choose the RIGHT one for YOU.  There are many (too many) birth professionals who are so worried about the letters behind their name (because they've certified with one organization or another) that they have put that ahead of doing what is best for Mom & baby.  For example, some doulas, instead of advocating, are quietly letting the doctor and medical staff take advantage of the one person they were there to stand up for in order to protect their certification.  Anyone not willing to advocate for you because they don't want to upset a hospital staff member is not the one you want to be there for your birth.  There are plenty of choices out there.  Pray.  Listen.  Go with what God tells you.  Simple as that. 


    As always, we welcome your comments and questions through Facebook (Dunamas Center Ministries), and Twitter (@YourDunamasLife).


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: 



    We are officially moved into our new building at 2143 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80909!
    Watch for Dr Pauline's new book, "Won't Somebody Please Hear Me?  Healing from Birth Traumatomology Syndrome"...Coming soon! 
    Open House/Fundraiser on June 4th, 3-7pm.  If you're in the area, please RSVP if you can make it.  If you're not, we will also have online options to support Dunamas Center Ministries - stay tuned.

  • 00:22

    6th Annual Night of Champions with Chair Allyson Harvin & Jamie Deen on May 14

    in Business

    LDSS Announces Night of Champions to Honor Differently-abled Working Adults and Their Employers


    (SAVANNAH, GA) The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society (LDSS) announces the sixth annual Night of Champions will be hosted Thursday, May 14 at 6 p.m. at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa – Hotel Grand Ballroom. This community celebration distinguishes local organizations that hire and retain differently-abled people, including those with Down syndrome, and recognizes the contributions made by these employees.


    According to the National Down Syndrome Congress, 80 percent of the 15,000 people of working age (18-60) with Down syndrome are unemployed. Low expectations and a lack of understanding about the skills and work ethic many people with Down syndrome possess have contributed to this statistic. LDSS hopes to reverse this trend by encouraging Savannah area employers to give differently-abled workers a chance.


    “Dignity and self-respect are borne out of feeling that what we have to offer makes a difference,” said LDSS Night of Champions Chairperson, Allyson Harvin. 


    This year’s Night of Champions will be emceed again by celebrity chef and author, Jamie Deen. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online at nightofchampions.org


    For more information, please contact Allyson Harvin at awharvin@gmail.com.


    The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society (LDSS) is a family support group to benefit people with Down syndrome and their families through local leadership, outreach, education, and advocacy to champion and celebrate acceptance and inclusion. Meetings are held every 4th Tuesday of the month. LDSS is an affiliate of the National Down Syndrome Society. For more information about LDSS, visit http://www.ldssga.org/


     

  • 01:00

    MyNDTALK - The Olivia Pope Syndrome

    in Psychology

    The 'Olivia Pope Syndrome' 


    Psychotherapist Sabrena Barnes-McAllister discusses her personal and professional experiences with what she has termed "The Olivia Pope Syndrome" - why do women knowingly - or perahps unknowingly - fall for unavailable men - and stay in what are ultimately unfulfilling and painful relationships?