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Denys Cope, RN, BSN, MSS author of the book Dying--A Natural Passage: A Bedside Manual for Being with Dying, has been an RN for over 47 years and a hospice RN for over 27 years. An End-of-Life Coach specializing in the dying process, eldercare and end-of-life issues, she serves as a resource, an advocate, case manager and/or a support for persons faced with navigating the medical system.
Greetings to all God's women of today I am honored to come to you this evening with a very interesting topic Siblings, Yes we all have them and at times it can be a little challenging.Have you ever wondered how is it possible we came from the same mother but so differently in many ways? Have you ever battled with your siblings? Have you ever been jealous of your siblings? Well the wait is over I have the answers for you and together we are going to conquer those issues and help find ways to cope with those difficult siblings that we have in our lives.Maybe they are there to help us grow? Come to be blessed.I promise you will leave with a new perspective.Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
Meet Chip Lutz &Maia Aziz AATH
LCDR Chip Lutz, USN(Ret), MSEd, CLL, is the President and and founder of Unconventional Leader, LLC and has 27 years leadership experience. A retired Navy Officer, he has had two command tours, served as he Director of Security for Naval District Washington, DC during September 11th 2001 where he was responsible for the safety and security of 25,000 people on 9 different Naval Installations in the National Capital Region during one of our Nations most trying times.
“If you want others to follow…GO FIRST!” -Chip Lutz
Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L
Over the last two decades, Maia Aziz has worked as a social worker and administrator in a variety of health and social service establishments. A current pediatric Program Manager at the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre in Montreal, Maia, a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader and member of the Board of Directors of the AATH (Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor), writes and speaks about how to cope with the inevitable rollercoaster of emotions and daily challenges of being a caregiver, how to collaborate effectively with healthcare professionals and how to never lose sight of what really matters. Maia founded the blog With Love and Laughter to share her everyday wisdoms to joyful gigglers everywhere. Read more at www.withloveandlaughter.ca
Change is not always easy; in fact, often it’s downright difficult. Not only are we creatures of habit, but when life interrupts we can feel out of control. It’s at those times when everything feels out of control that our guest Bonita Lehmann, author of Saving Her. Saving Me., says it’s time to reevaluate, refocus and reframe your choices.
She shares her personal struggles to cope with a chronically ill child and how she learned to be present in the moment, grounded and centered.
Sharon and Bonita will share how to train your mind to understand that YOU are in charge of how you behave, feel, and think.
If you want more out of your life, forget your life-interruptions and roadblocks and make the time to build new habits to get both physically and mentally strong.
Learn more about Bonita and her work to transform from worrier to warrior at www.dreambig-liveamazing.com
hello everyone join me on my new show and listen to me and my life and interest and things that happen in my life. we will be talking about different topics and expressing our views and interests and enjoying each others company and seeing the world from a different angle and interesting articles of interest and having a joy good time and helping and supporting each other and postively raising awareness of issues that may help people to understand and to cope on a daily basis
Governor Larry Hogan has declared a heroin state of emergency in Maryland, and he has tasked his number two, LG Boyd Rutherford, to oversee the efforts to combat the burgeoning epidemic plaguing the state.
Ryan will talk with a mom from the Eastern Shore whose family has been directly affected by the widespread use of heroin. Ryan will dissect the heroin problem in Maryland and talk about how families can help fight and cope with drug use.
The second half of the show will feature a LIVE, on-the-set interview with Change Montgomery County's President Frank Howard. Change Montgomery County is a non-profit start-up registering as a 501(c)(4) focused on education and advocacy, providing community engagement tools to residents of Montgomery County, Maryland. We're building a movement for change by encouraging and supporting the development of grassroots leaders committed to local issues that matter to everyone.
And the conclusion of the show, Ryan will make a BIG ANNOUCEMENT about the future of A Miner Detail.
Tune in this Wednesday, February 25 at 9:00 p.m. for a new episode of A Miner Detail with host Ryan Miner!
Tonight on Talking in Circles: Front Row Motorsports driver David Ragan is going to Joe Gibbs Racing for the immediate future. Ragan will be in the car this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He was chosen over Erik Jones and Matt Crafton. Jones will drive No. 54 car NXS car for JGR. Do we see Jones? Is Ford right in letting him do this? Is FRM right?
Joe Nemechek will replace Ragan at Front Row Motorsports for this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. No word on the driver past Atlanta Motor Speedway for the No. 34.
Also Regan Smith will drive the No. 41 Chevrolet this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. No word on future past Atlanta.
John Harlow from BeyondTheFlag.com joins the show to add his opinions to the week's events.
Derrike Cope and Tanner Berryhill complained about the qualifying at Daytona and saying that it hurt the small teams on the plate tracks. Is single car runs the only solution?
Davey Allison would have been 54 years old today. If he were still alive today, How would the sport be changed?
Danica Patrick's penalty. Written warning?
Dash4Cash is back. Cool deal? Wish we saw something like this in Cup?
Truck penalty. 20 and 29 trucks had loose screws.
in Self Help
We all do it. We drive ourselves crazy with the thoughts of things we "should" or "shouldn't" do or have done. But when we're "shoulding" on ourselves, are we using thoughts and beliefs stemming from our own wisdom or are we making a mess with the input of others whose feet don't fit in our shoes?
Join my esteemed and incredibly inspiring co-hosts and me as we delve into the many reasons we need to wipe the "s-word" out of our vocabulary and how we can clean up and live our lives once and for all.
Danica Trebel, a Communication & Family Dynamics Coach, knows first-hand the power of the spoken and unspoken word. It was through her own personal experiences that led her to this place of healing, restoration and passion to help others. She is an expert in helping people live their lives to the fullest through faith, communication and vulnerability.
Ben Carter is a certified Life Transformation Coach who lives by the affirmation,“We can all transform our lives one decision at a time." For more on Ben: https://www.facebook.com/TheBenCarterCoachingExperience or http://brccoaching.wordpress.com/
Gina Costa-Goldfarb, a breast cancer survivor, is dedicated to New Beginnings After Cancer. As a Certified Professional Coach & Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, Gina is the founder of New Beginnings Coaching Services, LLC, which helps women diagnosed with breast cancer cope, step by step, with the emotional and physical challenges they experience, so they gain confidence and feel in control of their life again. Visit Gina online at newbeginningswithgina.com
Bonnie Kaye's co-hostess tonight is Kathryn L. Holguin, a therapist located in Orange County, California. Kathy is a member of our Straight Wives Club network working with women and families who are experiencing or getting past adversity in their marriages.
Kathy states, "As a therapist, it is my job to equip you with tools you can useg to achieve a healthier, more satisfying life. My passion is to empower you to live a transformed life. I have a psychodynamic approach to therapy. Human beings learn how to love, trust, feel, parent and be in relationships from our childhood. The way we learned to cope with life during childhood can be restructured, giving a sense of freedom from past hurts.
Kathy is currently running free workshops in Orange County on Sunday evenings which are excellent for straight wives called "Understanding Your Relationships." The future workshops include help for children of divorce and single mothers.
Bonnie Kaye, international specialist on women who unknowingly marry gay men affecting 4 million women in this country and millions more around the world, hosts this show. Each week she has guests who are experts in this area to help those women who need to move ahead and heal. Kaye is a counselor, author, and founder of the Straight Wives Club.
World of Ink Network Presents Today's Woman, a new show where six professional women from different walks of life, come together to create a show for the modern woman. Today's Woman features hosts: Willow Cross, Ashley Fontainne, Carol Kunz, Stacey Rourke, Kelly Abell, and Susan Burdorf. Show will air on February 22nd at 3PM EST, 2PM Central, and 1PM Mountain.
On this episode the ladies will discuss:
Grandparents who parent.
The Value of a Smile.
Creative ways to cope with empty nest syndrome.
Attitude: How to USE it Before you LOSE it
"Helicopter Parenting" are today's parents overly cautious, or does our society demand they be?
Ways to relax after a stressful week (not always involving alcohol)
Faith Restoration Ministries Int'l with Dr. Barbara Stuart www.frministry.org
Do you have a problem? Do you need someone to talk with? Do you need Prayer?
Dr. Barbara holds Weekly Seminars on BTR on various topics pertaining to Marriage, Family, Relationships, and Singleness. The aim is to help individuals cope with painful situations.
WEEKLY PROGRAMS on Blog Talk Radio www.blogtalkradio.com/DrBTMC
Tuesdays @ 09:00 am, Wednesdays 02:30 pm, and Fridays @ 9:00 am
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Tuesdays & Fridays @ 09:00 am
Go to the website for more information:
Faith Restoration Ministries Int’l www.frministry.org
In this season of frigid weather, there is one segment of the population that truly suffers, although they are too often ignored: The homeless. Statistics show that most working families are only one paycheck away from homelessness. Any unforseen disaster, such as a house fire, can plunge a family into a state of financial ruin that lasts for years. What happens if you suddenly lose all your possessions and have no savings to put a months rent and security down on a new apartment? What happens if you get laid off and can't find work for an extended period of time and lose your home to foreclosure? Will you and your spouse tough it out together in a shelter or on the street, or will it be too much for them to take? Will they leave you and move in with their own relatives? Will your spouse's relatives make room for you both and your children, even if you don't have money to pay rent? What happens if you a a veteran of war, returning home with injuries and no job prospects? What if your family can't cope with your emotional trauma and ask you to leave? Today we look at homeless couples and those who provide shelter for adults as they try to pull their lives back together and reconnect with their loved ones.
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