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Anyone who uses drugs or alcohol will pick up entities when in a high, inebriated, drunken, stoned state of mind. It even happens with the use of some medical sedatives such as Oxycontin and others, or even too many sedative herbs, possibly.
When a woman is raped, for example, she usually picks up a slew of harmful, nasty or just mischievous entities from the rapist. Some entities enjoy hanging around rapists for the fun of it, or to burrow into the woman raped for some sort of odd sexual experience.
Although it is not mentioned much, whenever a baby is born, entities gather around. Unortunately, newborns are vulnerable to entity attachment. It could even happen before birth, but it definitely happens at and right after birth.
Some entities love being inside a woman’s vagina, or perhaps inside a man. When people have sex, particularly casual sex with people not their spouse, entity attachment is extremely common. It almost goes with the territory. This is a powerful reason to not engage in casual sex, even if you are single and unattached
in Self Help
As a part of her Dance with Bipolar, blog talk-radio series, Dr. Cathy Reimers (Doc) and Bipolar peer specialist, Meg Dog discuss the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on bipolar disorder. Studies have indicated that many people who have been diagnosed with bipolar also meet the criteria for PTSD. How are they related? If you struggle with both bipolar and PTSD could your depression get worse? Doc and Meg Dog answer these questions and any other questions that our “live callers” may have. Doc says: “Trauma is never pretty.” Meg Dog responds: “Ya, it’s pretty ugly.”
Four years ago I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In that one moment my entire life changed as I knew it. For years I had been diagnosed as having Major Depressive Disorder. I never once dreamt that I would end up with a bipolar disorder diagnosis. I swore up and down that I did not have bipolar disorder. It wasn't until I educated myself and learned as much as I could about this illness. With that information, I knew I was armed to fight it! I now have come to a place where not only do I accept my illness, but I'm reaching out to other parents who have bipolar disorder as well.
What would you do if you experienced 90 orgasms in an hour? I'm talking with a woman whose identity is being withheld to protect her privacy who says 90 orgasms an hour is the norm for her. You don't want to miss this!!!!
DISCLAIMER: This show is for entertainment purposes only. Listener discretion is advised. If you suffer with PGAD, we invite you to call in and tell us the serious side of this disorder. We're just having fun with it.
in The Bible
Over the last week, we've had conversations online and in person that arose from the book of John and his emphasis on belief. In this Epsiode we seek to explore this further as those conversations left some of the issues unresolved.
Water For The Thirsty is a contemporary forum which creates space to experience and share the delight of daily communion with Christ.
Our conversations are grown organically and often challenge our traditional views. Through informal review and discussion of the scriptures, we seek practical application of the Word in our lives under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
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Grab a copy of the reading plan, dust of your Bibles and join us... if you're thirsty.
On today's show, we'll be joined by Dr. Jennifer Daniels, an MD who broke free from the chains of allopathic medicince and coprporate care to blaze new trails of wellness. Dr. Daniels has appeared on a nuumber of major networks, including NBC and CBS. She attended Harvard/Radcliffe College. She was distinguished as a National Merit Achievement Scholar and a Radcliffe National Scholar. After majoring in Biology, she received her BA degree with Honors. This super woman entered The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and at the same time, completed her studies at The Wharton School. She received her Medical Degree (MD) and her MBA concurrently at the end of 4 years.
She's a maverick, a rebel and a world class healer. We're glad to have her on today's show, where we'll explore the Ebola crisis/craze and other emerging plagues. We'll also look at everyday ills such as Candida, Leaky Gut, Hypothyroidism, etc..
Dr, Daniels has developed unique protocols and products to tackle some of the troubling conditions of our time.
Please join us.
Join Howard Glasser and Catherine Stafford as they have a conversation with Julie Gelo and Sarah How.
Julie is the legal mother to 16 children ranging in age from 8 to 47. She and her husband, Lynn, live in Washington state with the youngets six children. They were licensed foster parents for 22 years. Eleven of the children have been diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or related conditions. She is a certified Advanced Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach, Executive Director of the Washington State Affiliate to the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and co-founder of the FASt Friend FASD Community Support Network. She is also a Continuing Education Coordinator with the alliance for Child Welfare Excellence. She also works closedly with Special Olympics in her area. She presents workshops and trainings throughout the US, Canada and Europe.
Sarah How is a practicing Certified School Psychologist and Advanced Trainer in the Nurtured Heart Approach. She is currently serving as president of the North Dakota Association of School Pyschologists. Her passion and experiences have led to being invited to train businesses and educators. She can be found coaching families, individuals to be more intentional in relationships every day. She has a Tedx talk and is the author of two children's books that inspire greatness. She is the mother of four children, two of whom had previously been in therapeutic foster care. She knows first hand what it means to be the approach, "like your life depends on it."
Helping Kids in Crisis: Managing Psychiatric Emergencies in Children and Adolescents
by Fadi Haddad, M.D., and Ruth Gerson, M.D.- American Psychiatric Publishing.
Fadi Haddad, MD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine. There, he has taught and supervised adult psychiatry residents as well as child psychiatry fellows. Additionally, he has provided clinical care in multiple emergency settings. Dr. Haddad is also one of the founders and the first director of the only Children Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program in NY state.
Dr. Haddad has developed a special interest in working with adoptive children and their parents. He assisted in the launch of the New York branch of the Center for Family Development where heis currently acting as Medical Director. The mission of the Center is to provide attachment-focused treatment for adopted children and their families.
Ruth Gerson, MD, is the Director of the Children's Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CCPEP) at Bellevue Hospital Center and a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Gerson has a particular interest in program development, systems of care and outcomes research with traumatized youth, and social/emotional development.
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