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Best Friends Animal Society Los Angeles Kitten Nursery bottle feeds kittens around the clock 24/7, and their neonatal coordinator, Nicole Swartzlander will join us to share what it like being around little, itty bitty kitties all day every day!
Sauerkraut is a kitty who lately has been all over the internet, being compared to Grumpy Cat, but actually is totally unique. Her Mom, Amy Bender will tell us what makes her cat so special and unique.
Leave a voice recorded message on Pet Radio web site and we might play it on air!
Listern live to this show to learn how you too can become best friends with your significant other.
Join Skip Jennings and his best friends David Pavese and Bill Robertson as they talk the power of spirituality, Christmas and the gift of friendship. Call in with your questions or comments as we take a tour down memory lane with the Shift Dream Team! As always we talk healthy living, gift ideas and more!
Tonight the "It's Real Talk Radio" crew will be discussing a very interesting/debatable topic: "Do Best Friends Make Good Lovers?" There are so many things to factor in when it comes to best friends taking it to the next level and it's probably safe to say most of us have either tried a relationship or at least thought about trying a relationship with our best friend before, but did it work? Are you still together? If it didn't work, what went wrong? Did it impact your friendship and are you still friends today?
These questions and more will be addressed (from our perspective) on tonight's show, so if you have experienced this topic or maybe have a crush on your best friend and don't know how to come out and tell them (or don't know if you should risk taking it there), definitely tune in and feel free to call in to share your opinion or experience with us.
Also we have the debut of our newest co-host Kcee. It's going down tonight y'all and as usual we hold no punches; make sure you tune in! Our call in # is 347-838-9540, and remember to press 1 if you have a question or comment for the hosts; otherwise, continue to hold and listen to the live broadcast.
Francis Battista, co-founder of Best Friends Animal Society and head of Best Friends Los Angeles will give us an update on their progress in LA, and Daphne Lewis of Chalo Sulky will tell us all about dog pulling!
We will be giving away freebies to callers during the show, for your dog and cat! There will also be news and special announcements. Comments and questions from callers are always welcome, but please remember we are a family show.
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Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, and her best friend of 25+ years, Psychotherapist & Life Coach, Alyce Jurgensen, as they share their top ten tips on how to experience a joy filled holiday season.
We'll offer tips and strategies on how to have a more joyful and less stressed holiday season. We'll be talking about setting your intentions for the holiday season, being realistic about your expectations, gift giving (or not), and we'll offer ideas on how to set healthy boundaries with your time. The rest you'll have to tune in for! :-)
For more info about Erica and Catch Good Health, please visit www.catchgoodhealth.com. To learn more about Alyce, please go to her FaceBook fan page.
And, don't forget- good health is contagious...pass it on!
in Self Help
Dr. Gary Smalley has taught couples how to have better relationships for decades. His, real life, experiences and the lessons he has learned from other couples has enabled him to frame how relationships in an easy-to-understand manner.
In 1979, Gary & Norma Smalley started an organization focused on helping families. After the formation of a board, they launched the CMI organization out of Waco, Texas. A few years later they moved to Phoenix, Arizona. Gary co-authored two books with Steve Scott during that time titled, If Only He Knew and For Better or For Best. In 1985 the organization was renamed Today's Family.
In 1988, Gary partnered with American Telecast's Steve Scott and they launched a nationwide infomercial with Dick Clark as the host of a half-hour television program.
His stories are funny and will hit you right between the eyes.
Blockstar Radio is back Hosted by D Redd & Bando Polo!!!
Hotboy Turk Interview
TOPIC: IS IT EVER OK TO DATE YOUR BESTFRIENDS EX? WHY OR WHY NOT? WOULD YOU STILL BE FRIENDS?
Francis Battista, co-founder of Best Friends Animal Society speaks with us about Best Friends Los Angeles, consisting of two adoption centers for the city of Los Angeles and a kitten nursery, their goal of making the city no kill through their coalition of shelters and rescues, and their national work in funding adoption and spay/neuter programs as well as elevating public awareness. The hour long interview is presented without commercial interuption.
Also joining us is Beth Randall from Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary returning to give us an update!
When you stay focused in life you are in control & when you are in control your life become better & better. Adding some well thought effort into your daily tasks, make everything possible. Try practicing staying focus throughout the day become easier and easier each time you are aware of it.
To stay focus is to be present in this moment we call it now. It takes a practice and more practice to make it your way of life. The key to staying focus is to live in the now. Bring yourself back to this present moment where everything starts and begins. Ask yourself repeatedly throughout the day, what am I thinking about right now? What am I doing right now? How am I feeling right now? If your thinking and doing do not match what you really want, you are not focused. Take a step forward to recognizing what you are doing every moment of every day and watch your life become what you want it to be. Train your mind to be obedient, train your conscious mind to be obedient.
Start getting organized in your mind and in the space around you. start with your mind first because your mind have control of what you do. When you train your mind, your mind does what you want.
Make a daily priority list and everything on that list should be important.
Remember: Time is a gift take care of it, don't waste it. ~Coach Rea Wilke
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This program is about an intimate quest, one that you might easier overlook for something bigger, grander, and more celebrated. My guest can understand why that might happen, which is why she’s on this quest to create a space for this very personal experience for herself and all those who stand in this space with her.
This program is about loss, grieving, remembering and honoring.
My guest tonight, Ellen Pearlman, has found a quest in writing about the loss of a best friend; quoting Harold Ivan Smith, author of Grieving the Death of a Friend, he writes, “The death of a friend is one of the most significant (and) unrecognized experiences of grief in American culture.”
Ellen is at the beginning of this journey and her way to honor, mourn, remember and reconcile is to invite others to participate in what she’s created - The Loss Project. So, if you’ve ever grieved the loss of a best friend, join us for this very personal and passionate program.
Ellen Pearlman is the co-author of Fast Forward, a book about the impact of the Internet published May 2000 by William Morrow. Ellen is currently President of her own consultancy specializing in media strategies and content development.
Ms. Pearlman has served as a board member for Cybergrrl, a site dedicated to transforming women’s lives through technology; strategic advisor to the Billion Minds Foundation, a worldwide non-profit organization dedicated to furthering global knowledge and innovation; chairwoman of the business advisory council of World Pulse, a social media enterprise covering global issues through women’s eyes; member of the advisory board of Care2.com, an online network for people who want to make a difference.
With only two left after today, we anticipate what could happen next. I can't believe we're almost done with the audiobook samples. Are you excited? Remember, I'll be doing a strawpoll when all the audibook samples are completed.
Today's reading is somewhat unique. With Identical Filming as a title, you'd think it would be about copyrights, illegal writings, and the like. You're slightly wrong. Instead, you get pulled into the film industry and learn what mostly happens behind the scenes as identical twin sisters discover each other after being separated at birth. They had no idea they had so much in common. What's the worst that could happen?