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  • 00:30

    The Major Reason Behavior Modification Social Models Fail

    in Politics Progressive

    To date, United States clings to the concept of rugged individualism- predicated upon the understanding that most people are capable of taking care of themselves and people should be left to succeed or fail on their own and the government should be limited to protection of civil liberties without a social safety net for people who are the poor, unemployed, and those who cannot work due to youth, old age, and disability. The emergence of the progressive movement held that the government should have a greater role in promoting a better life for all of its citizens.

    The US has not followed other developed democracies in the establishment of a comprehensive model for assuring its citizens' well being because the United States has enjoyed a period of unprecedented economic growth due to its being the sole industrialized country on the planet whose productive capacity has never been destroyed by enemy nations; however, with the rise of growing income inequality and mounting public debt, there is renewed debate over the role of government in modern society. Social models in place have failed when addressing problems localized in low socioeconomic and ethnically dense populated areas and it is time that those experiencing domestic and family violence must develop social models and paradigns that are effective in modifying behavior,cultural beliefs and overcoming fears  that inadvertently support aggressive aberrant behaviors.Non-profit organizations who are having amazing success in changing the behavior and mindset of persons living in low socioeconomic areas utilize the concept of family-style approach model, but create a “family” for the victims by involving the community in spiritual and socially engaging activities.


  • 02:00

    NMEMindz: The Thought Police and Behavior Modification

    in Education

    The Thought Police control what you think, think about, focus on, and do. What are the ramifications of such manipulation on the behavior of the masses? How does this impact your day-to-day life, what we see, hear, and know about? Yes, even the subconscious mind is programmed with subtle messages. Tonight , we will review Mind Control in America. "WARNING: Psychological warfare and economic warfare are being waged against America. Mind control is the most important issue facing America. . . and the world! The most effective way to protect yourself and your loved ones from subconscious manipulation is by being aware of how it works." ~Steven Jacobson

  • 00:31

    Never Strong Enough Radio...Child Behavior Modification

    in Parents

    As a spin off of the book, "When is Strong Strong Enough?", by Souraya Christine, we will discuss many issues that test our strength. Each week will visit a new topic with experts, showcase authors and their talents, speak with national organizations, and visit with people with a mission to help change the world! It is the mission of this program to show you that true strength lies within and that, when tested, it can amaze even you! "Never give up...never give in...for the strength to conquer the world lies deep within!" ~Author Souraya Christine Check out the blog: http://?alwaysstrongenough.blogspot.com?Also visit www.sourayachristine.com.
    Today's guest is Jackie Stahl. We will discuss her program, C.A.R.S for kids and how it revolutionizes behavior modification. So many of us suffer with kids who have ADD, ADHD, ODD and other such issues. We need to have options other than harmful drugs.

  • 02:45

    From the Front Porch With Professor Carl Tone Jones

    in Current Events

    Peace Family,

    This week on the Porch we will be talking about how we as a society are being socially conditioned to become apathetic to the killing of Black people through methods of behavior modification and operate conditioning. In other words, we are becoming more acclimated with the conditions of the Jim Crow Era. We will also talk about current events and updates about The State of The Black Parent Conference on Saturday, September 19th in Harlem, NYC! 

    So, make sure that you tune in this evening by calling 6:30pm Est. by listening to the show live stream or by calling in at 914-803-4571.

    Ase' Family!

  • 00:58

    W. Dennis Parker, Hypnotherapist, Behavior Modification Expert and Author

    in Health

    What controls your brain? In W. Dennis Parker’s book Spiritual Mind Management, he reveals the observed functioning of the spiritual mind and how to use this information in new hypnotherapy techniques and protocols.

    As the Owner/Operator/Primary Instructor of Certified Hypnotherapy Training School, Dennis believes everyone can benefit by learning these new mental skills to overcome negative self-limiting beliefs and behaviors, eliminate inappropriate habits, and conquer maladaptive behaviors.

    This powerful information teaches individuals personal problem solving of past sensitizing events resolving emotions that inhibit them from moving forward and achieving their goals.

    After 23 years as a certified clinical hypnotherapist, Dennis wishes to share with the public what he has discovered and developed as new spiritual mind management techniques. Spiritual Mind Mastery Book

    Detailed in his book, Spiritual Mind Management, these techniques help parents and grandparents obtain the skills and techniques to assist their children, grandchildren, and other family members with unwanted behaviors.

    Dennis’ mind management techniques help people:

    rapidly improve self-confidence,
    eliminate fears,
    end negative habits,
    sleep better,
    improve impulse control,
    release pent up emotions,
    reduce physical weight,
    more easily stop smoking,
    and more.



  • Human Behavior What a Trip with Jonathan Brower – today’s Guest is Bert Henick

    in Health

    You can listen to Jonathan on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11:00 AM PST. To listen or talk with Jonathan call 657-383-0369.

    You can follow Jonathan on Facebook facebook/com/humanbehaviorwhatatrip or Twitter @humanbehavior_

  • 01:01

    Human Behavior What a Trip with Jonathan Brower – today’s Guest is Marty McCoy

    in Health

    You can listen to Jonathan on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11:00 AM PST. To listen or talk with Jonathan call 657-383-0369.

    You can follow Jonathan on Facebook facebook/com/humanbehaviorwhatatrip or Twitter @humanbehavior_

  • 01:01

    Human Behavior What a Trip with Jonathan Brower – today’s Guest is Jerry Rosen P

    in Health

    You can listen to Jonathan on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11:00 AM PST. To listen or talk with Jonathan call 657-383-0369.

    You can follow Jonathan on Facebook facebook/com/humanbehaviorwhatatrip or Twitter @humanbehavior_

  • 01:16

    All About Service Dogs Hosted by Doc Vencil Featuring Rachel Pasela

    in Pets

    This episode we will interview Rachel Nicole Kat.  We will be discusing Rachel's life with her service dog and the positive impact the service dog has on her quality of life.

    I am pleased to share the benefits of a service dog from the handlers point of view.

    This episode is a production of Saint Bernards Service Dog Academy, Inc. A non profit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) organization. This is a listener supported broadcast. We appreciate your support by PayPal at stb.sda@aol.com or email for directions.


  • 00:58

    In the Wings of our Stories: Addressing Guilt: On Pinnacle of Praise Show

    in Religion

    Guilt is an emotion that alerts us when we have done something wrong.  It provokes us to evaluate our behavior and learn how it affects ourselves and others. Mary Kaleli will enhance our understanding on guilt and how to effectively address it. Listen live at:8pm EDT,5pm PDT, 6pm MDT,7pm CDT at 619-393-2852 or live/archived: www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com

    Thanks - Beatrice Ndura - Host

  • " Relationship Tuesday" The Danger Of Neglect In A Relationship

    in Romance

    What is neglect in a relationship

    What normally happens to couples who deal with neglectfulness in a relationship is when someone’s career becomes their primary focus. I’ve been in this scenario several times and know people who made the same mistake.

    When the average couple starts a relationship, they spend most of their time together while going through their daily routines. However, once the relationship is established, it’s possible that one of the partners will feel like the relationship is in a safe zone and therefore shift their focus to other areas such as their career.

    I used to think that it was important to only work on your career once you had a stable relationship. But what you come to understand is that your relationship eventually starts loosening up. The more time you spend on your career or other hobbies, the more your partner starts to feel like it’s a competition between them and your interests.

    This competing factor worsens when either partner deals with frustration, depression, and disappointment and need someone to talk to. However, if you rarely give your partner the quality time they need for emotional support, it damages the relationship and sends it to a dangerous place.

    In this modern age, it’s common for couples to both have good paying jobs while raising children and spending quality time with each other. I learned that a crucial balance of time was required on both parties to make it possible.

    To prevent a relationship from being a one-sided emotional support system, become conscious of your behavior and learn to cut time away from work or your other interests. Our careers are important to maintain and build, but it will feel empty if you pushed everyone close to you out of your life.