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  • 00:22

    Brain Purge

    in LGBT

    Talking about Big Brother, Cyber Harassment, Viruses, Geminis and more random brain purge discussion
     
    Call in at 214.377.0481 or via skype name OFFLIMITSSHOW

  • 02:01

    Brain Purge

    in LGBT

    Brain Purge!  



    Tell you about my very hetero-esque run-in I had this morning

    Racists Favorite Lies to Tell

    Why civilization developed slower in Africa than in Europe

    Going Vegan/Vegetarian

    Kevin Clash (the Elmo Puppeteer) Case News

    How young is too young to have sex with someone older?  Legal age versus cultural age norms. 

    What is Beauty?

    and whatever else is on my mind.


    Tune in. Call in. Listen.  Chat.  
     


     

  • 03:03

    The Matt Duffin Show - "Brain Crained"

    in Caregiving

    We're gonna talk about Identifying Depression, but understanding this well, I dispise depression.  Nears the S-ide-word we don't mention.  


    Other than that, and we've been here before, I have whats called Creative Cramp.  Writers Block.  Producetion Pouts..  TMDS is at a blockade in thought, or is it too much thought?  Brain Injury Awareness Month rolls on smoothly so far, TBI 101 Conference and 'speaking engagemtent' on deck soon.  BICS, BICS, and well, BICS has taken over.  Sliding in some PT is like a break.  


    Sit down, watch the Election being Trumped on one side, and a late-start stop-start on the other.  And fallen hero's from the past glare in.  Race (as always) is driving George Wallace type speaches and battles; its gonna get ugly.  But, we've agreed to that for months, haven't we.  Load what ya got, keep what ya got.  Fire on what's needed.  Is that actually the way this country needs directed?  Or, has it simply not been stern enough.   My Kid's boots are on the ground.


    I don't have a penny in this election, nor will I ever be needed on foriegn soil again.  The 'America Back to Strong' is wearing me down.  Donald, we are strong.  Just not stupid.  Even Brain Injury folks know that much.  I'm overloaded in my mind, and would enjoy your words, your thoughts.


    424    243-9540  Survivors, Friends, Family (Margo) we're doing so well, and today's lesson is about IDENTIFYING DEPRESSION.  We've all done it.  It's a forte` I believe in.  Rollin' up my sleeves right now...

  • 03:04

    Brain Injury Survival Kit on Recovery Now with Kim Justus

    in Health

    Dr Cheryle Sullivan worked solo many years, as a family physician in private practice in Michigan and as a family physician-clinic administrator in Colorado.


    In 2002, a skiing accident caused a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that ended Dr. Sullivan’s medical career. Dr. Sullivan now follows her passion, raising awareness about brain injury among the general public as well as in health care providers. She has presented on topics related to brain injury to the general public, medical providers, educators, vocational rehabilitation staff and military staff and troops. She is the author of the book Brain Injury Survival Kit, 365 Tips, Tricks and Tools to Deal with Cognitive Function Loss and contributing author for the book Chicken Soup for the Soul, Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injury. See tbijourney.com


    This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."


    We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.


    Front part of show is a featured guest. The second is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and braininjuryradio.com

  • 01:23

    Another Fork in the Road: Julie Kintz on Clubhouses for the Brain-Injured

    in Education

     


    Many folks who have had a brain injury are left with many residual effects. Therapies such as physical, occupational, and speech are offered in hospitals and rehab centers. Neuropsych is also offered, but the services for each of these therapies is limited. So what do folks do who still have needs? Tonight Julie Kintz, brain-injury survivor, will focus on the needs of the brain-injured. She will talk to us about the "Clubhouse" model, which provides a safe haven for those who live with mental illness after brain injury. Zachary Stilwell, a member of the Clubhouse in Fort Wayne, Indiana, will stop by to share his thoughts, too.


    Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!
    To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.
    Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
    Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

  • 01:47

    Brain Purge

    in LGBT

    SHOW CUTS OFF AT END DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES SORRY!
    Purging my brain - stream of conciousness and random thoughts on what's going on this week in the news and with me!
    Also, what psychologists say about people who are Happy and those who are not.  We will once again use someone as a prime example of the differences in value systems.
    Yet another letter from that other host.  We'll read it and discuss the delusion and lies by this woman.
    Call in with your opinion!
     

  • 01:17

    Brain Injury Communication - Michael Idell - Who Needs A Place to Vent?

    in Social Networking

    Who needs a place to vent when they won't be judged???


    WE ARE HERE!!


    It is unlikely that there is a typical developing individual who has never had a tantrum of some sort or an irrational behavior, who has not balked at being separated from a loved one or been fed up about circumstances they are dealt with . Rarer still are people who are never moody or withdrawn, aggressive or antisocial, argumentative or oppositional.


    It is typical of anyone to retreat or respond negatively or aggressively to situations that are new, frightening, or beyond their understanding.
    _____________
    Why is this unacceptable behavior for a person surviving a brain injury?


    Why is it culturally acceptable for someone to be this way but when an individual with a neurological impairment, it becomes an excuse this person is acting irrational?


    Why should this person be judged based on his or her disability?


    Why can't this be looked at as a normal behavior by someone who was mistreated somehow?
    _______________
    Are you a brain inury survivor and don't know who to turn to?


    Are you a caregiver who can't get any support?


    Are you a parent of someone with special needs and cant find someone who understands?


    WE ARE HERE!


    This is A Simple Brain Injury Support Group Organization Inc.


     


    www.ASBISG.org

  • 01:54

    Brain Purge

    in LGBT

    First 30 minutes is mostly music then have callers calling in about whatever is on their minds.
    I just let whatever is on my mind come out. No filter.  Talking about more random topics and taking calls from callers.  Music in-between.
    Call in and purge your brain - what's on YOUR mind tonight?  Let's hear it!

  • 03:04

    Renowned Expert on Brain Health on Recovery Now with Kim Justus

    in Health

    Dr. Michael Lewis is a renowned expert on brain health, particularly the use of omega-3 fatty acids for the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI). He founded the Brain Health Education and Research Institute in late 2011 when he retired as a Colonel after a distinguished 31-year career in the U.S. Army. His pioneering work has helped countless thousands of people around the world and recognized by the American College of Nutrition with their prestigious 2015 Humanitarian Award. Dr. Lewis’ work has been featured in CNN’s Sanjay Gupta MD show and he regularly appears in the media including television, radio, webinars, and podcasts.


    He completed post-graduate training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University, and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. He is board-certified and a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. He is currently in private practice in the Washington, D.C. area. See: www.brainhealtheducation.org


    This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."


    We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.


    Front part of show is a featured guest. The second is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and www.braininjuryradio.com

  • 01:58

    Brain Purge

    in LGBT

    Random thoughts, stream of conciousness see if you can keep up with my fast-moving brain. 
    Call in and talk about whatever is on your  mind or if you need advice.
    Also, random music.
     

  • 02:30

    Happy Brain Injury Awareness Month with Craig & Cheryl

    in Radio

    Here we are in another March, celebrating brain injury awareness, it is a time to share our stories and tell the world what it is like living with a brain injury.  It is a journey that is hard and and leaves most of us isolated and lonely.  It is a loneliness than most will never understand.  Pray you never understand.


    Never the less we must find a way to learn to live a life that has meaning.  Finding meaning is harder than it sounds, ultimatly we must figure out how to live in a way we can hold our head up high.  Tongith share how you find purpose, how you make it day to day.  How you find a reason to get up every morning.