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This week, Doug Goldstein interviews Dr. Martha Davila Garcia, an associate professor at Howard University’s College of Medicine. How do emotions affect the way that people make financial decisions, and what are the physical effects of feelings on the brain and nervous system?
Raportee, the fast moving show with Co Hosts Terry Keller and Dennis Cogswell broadcasts live at noon today EST.
Terry is in England so Dr. D. wil broadcast solo-----on a topic on which he is writing a book. Feelings and Emotions: Those Rascals. Today's show focuses on where do feelings come from and how do they work.
The show has a special guest. Dr. Robert Chapman. Associate Professor and Associate Director, Behavioral Health Counseling Department, Drexel University. Dr. Chapman is a deep thinker on Emotions and Feelings and will share his research and clinical expertise. Call in at 347-327-9168 live with your questions and comments. We will take case examples and will provide general information on what a counselor would do.
Much new and unknown information is available to be shared.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, and his lovely wife, Charlene Nassaney's Amazing story of survival, but not just survival, living abundantly with peace, joy and contentment in the midst of a debilitating stroke and a cafregiver spouse.
Original broadcast airs this Wednesday, 8/12/15, and anytime afterwards on recorded podcast at the same link.
Charlene’s story is truly amazing, and very encouraging to everyone. All who meet her instantly fall in love with her. She has been described as a cross between Martha Stewart and Wonder Woman before her stroke, and it is not uncommon for some who meet her to cry — not tears of pity — but tears of joy and amazement for her attitude and ability despite her disability. Her way of communicating without words is very interesting and very entertaining to experience.
She is also a woman of great faith. At times, we all wonder how we would respond, if a similar circumstance were to happen to us, or to one of our family. She has been non-verbal and paralyzed on one side since September, 1996 as a result of an unexpected, and unexplained stroke.
You truly will be amazed at Charlene’s great positive attitude, which tends to keep our own problems in their proper perspective. Charlene’s story is now an encouraging testimony that inspires anyone who hears it.
The Word 4 H.E.R. Ministry Team continues their discussion of the book of "When a woman finds her voice: Overcoming Life's Hurts and Using Your Story to Make A Difference". On this episode of The Word 4 H.E.R. they will be discussing taming unhealthy emotions.
We know through science and experience that our overall wellness is affected by our emotions. But how much does it REALLY affect us to be harboring toxic emotions? Our guest expert on this show, Chikita Mann, is sharing about this common condition, and also walking us through how to have a "heart detox" to heal and move forward for our best health yet!
Chikita is founder of "Prosper in Health" and her many years as a nurse case manager and supervisor have given her a unique understanding of this all-too-common condition of our hearts...residual toxic emotions. She can be found and connected with at www.chikitamann.com and HERE on Facebook!
Donna Thomson, author of the best-selling book, The Four Walls of My Freedom will be interviewed by Dave, The Caregiver's Caregiver, Wednesday, June 17, at noon PDT. Her book portrays the account of raising a son with cerebral palsy and her passionate appeal to change the way we think about "the good life."
Donna Thomson’s life was forever changed by her son Nicholas. Donna gave up her career to become his primary caregiver and embarked on a second career as a disability activist, author, and consultant.
She will discuss her experience in treading delicately through daily care, emergencies, and medical bureaucracy as Donna and her family cope with her son’s condition while maintaining value and dignity.
She brilliantly demonstrates the vital contribution that people with disabilities make to our society and addresses the ethics and economics of giving and receiving care and will also discuss ways that communities can help caregivers.
Emotions are a part of every day life. Sometimes they can be good or bad, it depends on the current situation. Well have you ever just let your emotions go for the one you love? If you haven't than come join me in the playhouse this evening, and let us show you how the grown and sexy express themselves to the one we love. Playing all the music you love to hear. We hope to see you in the playhouse this evening; so, put the children to bed early, grab your special love one, and allow me to play the tunes that make you want to say the things you've been having a problem expressing.
Tivona Elliott Clark
in Self Help
Clinical Psychologist and Author Dr. E. Douglass Brown is back with us on this rebroadcast show talking about Emotions and The Self. He says that emotions are as essential to a person's inner growth as eating vegetables are to staying physically healthy. Emotions tell us how we feel about ourselves, others around us, and our environment. When it comes to self-development and reaching the psychospiritual "bliss point," a person has to come to like and prefer his or her true self over the ego. That which is in harmony with the true self must be more emotionally appealing and satisfying to a person than ego-centered pleasures.
Do you have a good relationship with your emotions? Have you ever heard of emotional intelligence? Do you spend time trying to avoid them. This is a conversation for both men and women about how our emotions can be regarded as a gift from God not to be avoided but to be stewarded well as all our gifts.
Meet me here (646-716-5171) Wednesday, July 29th at 10pm.
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Join Dave, The Caregiver's Caregiver as he interviews Certified Professional Coach and Caregiving Without Regret™ Expert, Michael Bloom, MA, MS, CPC, who has energized hundreds of caregivers with soul-saving coping strategies that support them in saving lives, including their own.
With a wealth of practical expertise as both a family and professional caregiver, Michael serves as a welcome and sought-after catalyst to guide caregivers to stay energized and committed to work that has never been more important than it is today.
Happy clients say remarkable things about the impact of Michael’s support on their lives. This comment speaks volumes: “Michael Bloom is like a warm chocolate chip cookie that offers the delight and perks of comfort food without the calories.” - Sandy Putnam-Franklin
Michael is the author of the book, The Accidental Caregiver’s Survival Guide: Your Roadmap to Caregiving Without Regret. You can learn more about the book, access free caregiving resources, and Michael’s coaching and speaking services at http://www.caregivingwithoutregret.com/
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