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Dance With Bipolar is a new radio show that views bipolar from a positive perspective. Bipolar as in dance has many different rhythms. Bipolar has chemical, sleep, and mood rhythms which all effect behavior. The purpose of the show is to help those who have bipolar disorder to embrace bipolar in a positive ways by utilizing problem solving, mindfulness and truth to develop new rhythms of behavior. This show is also for friends and family members to understand bipolar rhythms and learn to interact in positive ways to strengthen relationships. Meg Dog (Bipolar Specialist) and Doc, (Family Psychologist) invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love.
Listen to our caller, Nancy from Florida. It's pretty juicy I'd say!
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Dance With Bipolar is a new radio blog series that views bipolar from a positive perspective. The name of blog was chosen for two reasons: 1. Similar to the contestants who put forth much effort to perform in the TV hit show Dancing With the Stars, those with bipolar and their effort put forth are “stars” every day of their lives to survive the hurt from people who don’t understand them and the deep pain from the illness itself. 2. Similar to dance, bipolar has many different rhythms such as chemical, sleep, and mood rhythms which all effect behavior. The purpose of the show is to embrace bipolar in a positive ways by utilizing problem solving, mindfulness and truth to develop new rhythms of behavior. This show is also for friends and family members to understand bipolar rhythms and learn to interact in positive ways to strengthen relationships. Meg Dog, Bipolar Specialist, and Doc, a NJ psychologist, invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love. And believe, “ You are a star to survive your worst day, and we are all grateful that you did.”
Listen in with our caller from texas. There is lot of beef to this show!
What dancing teaches you in your business to help you serve your clients better.
Partners/relationships - give and take, leading, knowing the moves, timing.
Effective communication, body language, tonality, content, having more patience.
Focus on where to take the lead and where to follow; Effective communication and infinite patience play a huge part.
How to Enjoy Your Stress-Free Time Rich Life by Being in tune with your Client what they are saying and what they want.
Why business is a dance - Must be on time with business or deals don't happen.
Leading and Following in Business for success.
When you get the moves right it is so much fun, like in business and in dance.
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Dance With Bipolar is a radio show that views bipolar from a positive perspective with uplifting appeal. We have people from all over the county call in with questions that relate to bipolar disorder. Topics may include: the meaning of recovery; being a good parent when having depression or manic symptoms; determining how much to reveal your diagnoses to your employer; knowing when to ask for help; balancing relationships and your diagnoses; managing medication; advocating for your wellness and finding the available resources.
Join Meg Dog (bipolar peer specialist) and Doc, (individual and family psychologist) invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love.
We have two callesr: Kathy from Canada, and Will from NJ. Meg Dog has rock star status in this episode.
New Orleans based, indie dance rock artist Ryan Gray, aka Luxley,is releasing his debut album and has recently joined the Bombay Bicycle Club and Milo Greene’s Fall 2014 North American Tour. Luxley’s Spirit debut EP marks the return of co-producer and former Passion Pit member Ayad Al-Adhamy to the world of catchy, synth-pop hooks from his guitar driven, punk rock anthem slinging project Team Spirit and production of Black Bell Records. Justin Gerrish (Vampire Weekend, The Strokes) lends his ear as engineer and mixer, helping to draw out the indie, pop, and timeless dance synth-centric elements.
After moving back home from Nashville and a promising career in medicine, Luxley reconnected with the local NOLA scene and old friend (now manager and founder of Rude Fox Records) Sky McElroy, and began recording his new music. Luxley is currently on a North American tour through with the 2014 Mercury Prize Finalist Bombay Bicycle Club and cinematic pop quintet Milo Greene. But he is stopping by for a conversation with us at Music FridayLive!.
Rain Perry is an award-winning songwriter. Her song “Beautiful Tree” was the theme for the CW Network’s Life Unexpected, on which she also had the surreal pleasure of playing herself alongside Ben Lee and Sarah McLachlan. In addition to releasing four albums on her own Precipitous Records, Rain is the author of the autobiographical play Cinderblock Bookshelves: A Guide for Children of Fame-Obsessed Bohemian Nomads. She is currently producing the film, The Shopkeeper, about the demise of the independent recording studio. We will play her tunes and talk about the film this Friday.
Next to public speaking, death ranks very high in a human's biggest fear. But what if we truly believe what all of the spiritual and religious traditions teach about eternity? What if we embraced the true meaning of death and learned to surrender and accept our existence in this incarnation? Do you know who you truly are? Let's go Down the Rabbit Hole
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It's the show that's a "Whole Lotta Country". Every other Thursday, Scott Stamper shows up at your house just in time for dinner hour to provide you with the best country that you can handle. Sometimes you'll slow dance, sometimes you'll boogie, but you'll always want to move the coffee table and roll back the rug! It's Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall, and it's open for business every other Thursday night at 700PM, right here on RTME Entertainment Network.
Death and taxes are certainties in life, said the wise Franklin. And Spiritism explains that we should prepare ourselves to die well. How do we do it? In this program Tiago Ciccone, member of the Toronto Spiritist Society helps us understand it all. Call in LIVE at 858-769-4705 to ask questions and make comments.
Eventually, every man, woman and child must die. Death is such a horrible time. It signifies the end of a cycle never again to be renewed. Sometimes I feel as though I will live forever, but I know that it is just a matter of time. When a person dies, lives are irrevocably changed forever. But the question is, "Do we really die?"
At the core of human existence, are we really immortal? On my next show I will explain to you that there is more to a human being that we can see. Death is just an illusion.