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Join me this and every Monday night for the dopest music show on the net! #MusikMondays on Tha Boom Show. Get the latest in HipHop, R&B, Neo Soul, Indie, Major,Throwbacks and more plus don't forget to vote for your fave on NiaBoom.com Tonites features include Just Brittany, Duddy Mouf, Freekey Zeekey and JT Money. For Requests and Shoutouts! hit me up the chat room or call 323-443-7518. You can also@DJNiaBoom or @Boomshownyc on Twitter or Instagram to get your comments on the air Lets GO!
Whats good everybody!!!! It's Throwback Thursday as always with ya girl Lucky! Call me up an chat with me an lets talk Throwback! Call me at 347-857-4391 an press 1 to speak or you can continue to listen via web
Topic for Tonight. Who eats first in your household? The kids or the man? CALL IN tonight at 347-857-4391 press 1 to speak on the topic. Show starts at 7pm pst 9pm cst and 10pm est. Don't miss out!! Listen live by clicking the link. It's Monday Madness y'all!!
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State Dependant Learning or… why do I still have the same problems?
Today on Health Mind & Body radio… State Dependant Learning or… why do I still have the same problems over and over?
Everyone has a one or even, several THINGS, PROBLEMS, SITUATIONS that repeat over and over. The same argument, spouse or significant other, with the kids or family, and that “something” that happens just before it seems you were going to climb out of the financial hole… So what’s causing this? It’s caused by “state dependant learning”.
So what is STATE DEPENDANT LEARNING?
What does this mean? It means that humans learn randomly. The learnings, education and information we retain is based on the current emotional state and it’s intensity, that we were in, during the learning. And the ability to retrieve that learning is dependant on re-accessing that emotional state often enough that we can generalize that learning into long-term memory so it will be available during time that we AREN’T in that emotional state
If you were a happy person when you were a when you grew up then, when you’re in a happy mood you can remember all those happy times and things. And when you’re in a rotten mood you can remember all the “rotten times” in your life.
Which isn’t really a problem, UNLESS you have some information or resources in your head THAT YOU NEED. It’s one of the reasons many people, that show up in my office, can’t remember parts or most of their childhood. Let’s talk about this today and how you can begin to access those memories and information in whatever state that you may in…
Talk to you soon,
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It's speak yo mind Sunday at the round table. Got something on your mind you want to talk about? Be it sex, current events or whatever you choose to speak on! Call in live to get get heard at 347-857-4391. Press 1 to speak. Show begins at 7pm pst 9pm cst and 10pm est. Also listen live by clicking this link. Don't miss out on your chance to get your voice heard at the round table!
Alzheimer's Speaks Radio loves raising everyone's voice regarding Dementia and Caregiving, so feel free to join us live by calling in to talk with us or using the chat box to communicate with us. What questions do you have for our guest?
Today we are so lucky to have Carolyn Rosenblatt, author of "The Family Guide to Aging Parents: Answers to Your Legal, Financial and Healthcare Questions." She has over 45 years of experience in her combined professions of nursing and legal practice. Mikol Davis will also join us. He is a clinical psychologist with over 40 years of experience. Mikol evaluates elders for capacity for decision-making and is skilled in assessing and diagnosing financial capacity in those with cognitive impairment.
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We discuss a lot of topics on this show such as how to boost sales, learning to be a speaker, optimizing your website, and so on.
But there is a crucial topic we need to cover that can make or break your business…your health.
More importantly your brain health. You know the saying, “Use it or lose it.” That rings very true when it comes to memory, clarity and ability to think and make important decisions.
Dr. Carri Drzyga is going to talk to us about why it’s important to fuel our minds and how having a healthy brain can actually boost your sales and increase that bottom line!
We return to the Friday the 13th retrospective as we cover both Friday the 13th Part 7 and Part 8 on the show! Not only that, Lar Park Lincoln from Part 7 will join us to talk about her character as Tina, filming the movie, and more! Both movies polarize the fans of Friday the 13th. What do we think of them? Make sure you tune in to find out! Also, we'll let you know who won the online vote to be the next serial killer we talk about on June 22nd! Don't miss it!
*This episode is dedicated to the memory of Betsy Palmer aka Mrs. Voorhees*
Our email is email@example.com
You can find us discussing the show along with some horror-related topics on Twitter @TravNVicHorror
You can find Travis on Twitter @PhenomenalTLD
You can find Vic on Twitter @vicvonerich
When things get out of control…that’s when you’ll want to check our YouTube channel as we do EXCLUSIVE “Travis and Vic’s Drunken Horror Adventures” videos on there from time to time as well. Subscribe to TandVHorror and watch the chaos take place.
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Tonight's special guest is Elisabeth Corey from Richmond, Virginia, a returning NAASCA family member who is a survivor of severe childhood sex abuse and trafficking. She's here to talk about her new web site and services at: BeatingTrauma.com. "My childhood was not a childhood, she explains. "In my family, men had sex with little girls. It was our normal. It was our culture. And it was generational. My parents grew up with it. Their parents grew up with it. Most of the victims in our family didn't even remember it because the trauma caused memory loss. We were a family of traumatized individuals who were doing whatever it took to survive .. usually at the expense of the others." Elisabeth goes on, "My parents, uncles and grandparents started sexually abusing me when I was 2 years old. This was necessary to break me. I was indoctrinated in to a way of life. I was brainwashed. But there was a problem. As I got older, they realized I was a talker. They had not successfully broken me. I was actually telling people. The good news for them .. nobody believed me." Over the years, Elisabeth has worked with many organizations on advocacy, and now offers services herself at BeatingTrauma.com. She focuses on trauma theory, research and practice, but from a survivor perspective. She includes interviews with other survivors and guest blog posts from clinicians.
Join the New Dawn Live Show Tonight at 7:00 Pm EST as we revisit the Tony Tatem Story.
Tony will share his testimony of overcoming a fatal carjacking in 1993, which ended his best friend Lance Townsel's life. Also, how he lives with the bittersweet memory of having a gun jam, as the gun was placed to his head, in a murder attempt..
Tune in, and be encouraged as Tony gives an account on how he processed, withstood, and overcame such trauma and devastation. Tony and his friends started out as singers/performers as teenagers. Lets see how this traumatic experience has impacted Tony’s LIFE and how Tony has in turn used it to rightfully impact THE WORLD through the Entertainment business, giving back to his community and beyond!!!
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