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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.
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
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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.
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Coach Cafe' Radio is THE Self Empowerment Place to Meet where you get your weekly cup of inspiration Mondays and Fridays on Blog TalkRadio with your hosts certified Life Coaches Kathleen Martin and Estra Roell.
Join us for Enlightened Conversations with top self empowerment coaches, experts and authors sharing their wisdom to assist us all to live our best lives!
During this power hour Kathleen and Estra will be sharing the role your feelings have to play in your life and how they are guiding you all day everyday. Feelings are your power place. How you feel as a result of the way you are thinking is the energy that is being responded to by life.
Using proven and effective coaching techniques and practices, you will learn how to understand the guidance your are receiving from your feelings and how you can feel better no matter what is happening in your life!
Visit us in the Coach Cafe' - www.coachcaferadio.com
Meet your hosts-
Kathleen Martin- www.kathleenmartincoaching.com
Estra Roell- www.americaslifepurposecoach.com
** All shows are recorded so you can listen anytime!**
with special guest Evangelist Yvonne A Davis.
Doing something that involves physical exertion can take the edge off the intensity of the feelings you have and can help to clear your mind and reduce the urge to do something rash. Going for a brisk walk or a run, or energetically vacuuming the lounge with your favourite music in the background are relatively easy ways to get moving. This is a positive way of managing emotions.
Are you a family caregiver? If you provide regular and unpaid care to a loved one, you are a family caregiver, the backbone to the caregiving industry. Join Dave, The Caregiver's Caregiver, as he interviews Greg Johnson, the creator and director of EmblemHealth's Care for the Family Caregiver, an initiative that was started nearly 15 years ago as part of the Integrative Wellness program, this Wed. May 6, (at noon, PDT, 3pm, EDT, and afterwards anytime, 24/7 on recorded podcast)
One of many definitions for family caregivers is: "Someone who shows up, and stays to help," and: one who is, "Always On Call." One in three people in America are unpaid family caregivers, rendering a value to the healthcare system of $450 Billion Dollars! Caregivers need care too!
Their goal is to offer information, resources and support that caregivers need to avoid becoming care recipients. We recognize that family caregivers are often the forgotten or silent patients.
Many caregivers endure physical, emotional and economic challenges without adequate support. Most need help in order to maintain their own health and quality of life.
EmblemHealth's Care for the Family Caregiver initiative recognizes the health needs of the "silent patients" and is designed to serve as a resource. We encourage you to see us as a supportive partner in your caregiving journey.
We will discuss how to recognize, accept, and change negative emotions into positive influences for success.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Asian Noodle Chicken with Vegetables, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Stew.
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Do you realize your feelings are trying to tell you something? Even our most “negative” emotions are bearing gifts, working hard to help us successfully navigate our lives. Award-winning author and pioneering educator Karla McLaren has healed her own childhood trauma, as well as helping others as an empathic healer. She offers to help us “meet our emotions and receive their life-saving wisdom” in return. You’re invited to learn how to embrace all of your emotions!
The early experiences of my life left me angry, angry, angry. Yet, when I went looking for information about how to heal myself and reduce that anger, there was very little information available. Now, there IS information. I’ve invited Karla McLaren to visit with me, The Emotional Pro, in order to bring you the best, latest, and most effective information on understanding and working with your emotions. This is what our show is all about. Listen to this show!! Click here to visit Karla McLaren's website.
Join Dave, The Caregiver's Caregiver Radio Program, as he interviews former caregiver Janice Lynch Schuster, an essayist, poet, and--lately--an illustrator. Her writing often appears in The Washington Post, in the Health section and in Local Opinions. She is a contributor to The Shriver Report and Maria Shriver's Architects of Change.
For many years, she focused on writing about end-of-life care, aging, and family caregiving, and has been an advocate for improving systems and policies around each issue. More recently, a chronic pain condition has led her to advocate for better pain management and policies.
She is a coauthor of several books, including Handbook for Mortals: Guidance for People Facing the End of Life, from Oxford University Press. She now works as a writer for Magellan Health.