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in Self Help
This episode features Jo Werther, licensed therapist and podcast host as she discusses how to recover from emotional devastation. If you've ever felt like your life has fallen apart and are looking for tips and powerful strategies to get back on track, you will not want to miss this episode!
To learn more about Jo, visit www.jowerther.com
To subscribe to Jo's podcast, visit: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/new-plan-getting-back-on-your/id932861834
As we are all aware, a massive 200 mph tornado ripped through the Oklahoma City area on Monday afternoon May 20, 2013 and left a 20-mile path of destruction in its wake. At least 51 people were killed includng at least 20 children. Rescue crews are continually searching for survivors in the wreckage. The recovery efforts are in the very beginning stages. Join me tonight at 10:30 PM on a very special episode of Own Your Life as I delve into the devastation of the the Oklahoma tornadoes and discuss how the recovery efforts will be vital for that area. I will also discuss the psychological reactions to a disaster and how volunteers, professional, and emergency service personnel cope with such tragedy. I will explain children's reactions to crisis as well as the role of a disaster mental health specialist in devastated areas. Finally, I will explore how the media can both help and hinder the recovery efforts.
THE NEWS IS ON FIRE FROM HERE TO JAPAN SO GO WITH US AS WE DIVE DEEP ABOUT THE BALTIMORE RIOTS -- THE DEATH & HOMEGOING SERVICE OF FREDDIE GRAY -- THE DEATHS OF A FEW OF "KOOL KIDS" IN ATLANTA - EARTHQUAKE IN NEPAL & AVALANCHE ON MT. EVEREST -- VOLCANO ERUPTION IN CHILE ...& MUCH MORE!!!
We have been running a bunch of vegan shows, both because I have a new book coming out, VIM VIGOR VITALITY VEGAN! and because being vegan and vegetarian fully or partially benefits health and wellness for people and planet. Today MMM presents Victoria Moran, noted vegan authority and author.
A good part of planetary devastation and Earth changes are actually fueled by eating meat and using non 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper for everything. The amount of land, water and food required to raise cows, whether for meat or dairy, is overwhelming, causes methane, and is counter productive to a healthy planet.
Tonight we welcome Victoria Moran, Victoria (www.mainstreetvegan.net) is a vegan of three decades and an obesity survivor. Listed by VegNews magazine among the Top 10 Living Vegetarian author, Victoria has written twelve books, including Main Street Vegan, Creating a Charmed Life, and new this month, The Good Karma Diet. Her fans range from Michael Moore to Ellen Degeneres, and she was featured twice on Oprah. Moran hosts of the weekly Main Street Vegan podcast; directs Main Street Vegan Academy, an in-person program in NYC to train vegan lifestyle coaches.
Get ready to learn much, open your consciousness, change your life for the better, and have a super great time!
Join your host, Rebecca Girouard along with co-hosts, Anne Marie Harris, organizer of the Prayers for Nepal project and Carlie Kilduff, Spoken Word Artist, as they give insight to the devastation and global human response to the Nepal Earthquake.
Anne Marie, who is a Yoga teacher and therapist, started a fundraising campaign for "Earthquake Disaster Relief for Nepal" via GoFundMe to raise funds for the Shree Mangel Dvip Boarding School for Himalayan Children in Nepal. She has spend much time at this incredible school. These children are in a time of need and Anne Marie is doing what she can to help.
Carlie Kilduff, Spoken Word Artist, joined in the efforts to perform at the event "Prayers for Nepal" and offered her inspiring poems to help fundraise in Victoria, BC.
Together, we'll have inspiring conversation about this area of Nepal. Find out how you can help bring shelter, food and water to this community. We are ONE.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Barbara Hughes from Sewanee, TN, a survivor and activist who wrote a book about child sexual abuse called, "Enfolded in Silence/A Story in Art of Healing from Sexual Trauma in Childhood" Born in New York City, Barbara was assaulted between 3 and 9 years old and says she lived a childhood in denial of her sexual abuse which included sexual torture. "I hid my trauma from everyone, including myself," she writes, "but was very fearful, shy, and acted out my abuse on myself. I grew up and had a career as a sculptor, raised two boys, and got into 12 Step recovery. Before that, I got involved with toxic and abusive men." She explains, "In my 40's, I started having body memories, and in therapy, remembered my repeated trauma, over the process of years. I had an art therapist who was willing to re-mother me in the boundaries of therapy. I was very angry at God." Among other things she did extensive EMDR and turned a corner in her healing. "My abuse is no longer a stone in my heart." She continues, "It has a place of honor inside me, but is at peace. I have had many healers and I am thriving and very grateful." Finally, she wrote her book, and did presentations with images about abuse and healing. "I now facilitate a support group for women survivors of child abuse (ASCA). I continue my art work and volunteer at a food bank. My marriage survived my healing process and we have a good, loving relationship now. I have grandchildren. Family is very important to me. I continue to find venues where I can show and tell about the devastation of child sexual abuse and about how you heal."
Around the world people are conscious of the need for innovation when it comes to energy. Especially here in the USA, the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy has not been forgotten. There is a tremendous opportunity for high school students as well as corporations around the world to get involved and be rewarded for their efforts.
Leaders in clean energy from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates are in New York this week to attend the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Forum, which engages top-level leadership from more than 85 different countries in all sectors of society including governments, businesses and non-profit groups. The trip is part of an effort to engage innovative individuals, organizations and schools that are finding solutions to meet the challenges of climate change, energy security and the environment; and to encourage them to apply for the annual Zayed Future Energy Prize.
In this segment of the Clean Energy View, which is a special series produced by The Organic View Radio Network, host, June Stoyer talks to Dr. Nawal Al-Hosany, the Director of the Zayed Future Energy Prize and Director of Sustainability for Masdar about the Zayed Future Energy Prize. Today’s show is sponsored by RamVPN.com, the leading provider of next-generation online anonymity and VPN security solutions. Their architecture is unique, tamper-safe, and 100% guaranteed. For more information, please visit RamVPN.com.
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A.E.L.L.A. (Alliance for Life, Earth, Liberty, & Advocacy Alliance for Earth, Life, Liberty & Advocacy
Environmental, animal rights & human rights activism ~ We are not free until all life is free ~ Marla Stormwolf-Patty....
The Alliance for Earth, Life, Liberty & Advocacy (AELLA) is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization, listed as a public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to AELLA are tax deductible, under section 170 of the Code. AELLA was founded on January 1st of 2010 by Anthony Damiano (President) and Marla Stormwolf Patty (Vice-President). Marla is also the founder of the Stopcrush.org initiative.
The main goal of AELLA is to do whatever we can to raise global awareness, altering the way that humanity sees itself and the world around it. There is an extremely pointed need to educate the public in regard to the devastation that animal agriculture/animal exploitation is causing. No matter how you view humanity, we are currently an extremely destructive force, negatively impacting all life, including ourselves. If the continued dismantling of the global ecosystemic balance does not come to an end and very soon, there will be no turning back for us. There will be nothing left for our children, nor our grandchildren and so on. Our mutual governments have sat idly by, allowing the slaughter of life, the destruction of the environment and the suppression of our rights to continue for far too long. They have also allowed the public to drift in a false sense of security whilst countless forms of life on the planet fall to extinction.
Cueball Carmichael, who competes in the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast independent circuit. He has wrestled and won titles in the Allied Powers Wrestling Federation, King Kong Bundy's Devastation Wrestling Federation, Maryland Championship Wrestling, Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation, the National Wrestling Alliance, Phoenix Championship Wrestling, Southern Championship Wrestling and Steel City Wrestling.
He formed successful tag teams with several independent wrestlers during the 1990s including The Darkside Rebel, Mad Dog O'Malley, Jimmy Cicero and sometimes rival Johnny Gunn. As one-half of The Northern Exposure with C.W. Anderson, he won the SCW Tag Team Championship in 1997. While part of the MCW heel stable Total Quality Management, he and stablemate Dino Devine won the MCW Tag Team Championship in 2000.
Jackson was also the booker and part owner of the now defunct Virginia-based Independent Professional Wrestling Alliance. All of that will be covered plus so much more. This is the interview you do not want to miss.
Life Lessons features FEMA Deputy Administrator Tim Manning OR
Director of the National Weather Service Dr. Louis Uccellini OR
FEMA Director of Individual & Community Preparedness Division Gwen Camp
April 30 is National PrepareAthon! Day, a day where individuals, communities, businesses, schools and houses of worship around the country hold preparedness discussions, conduct drills and take easy steps to prepare for local hazards.
Despite the devastation that hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and other natural disasters have caused in recent years, nearly 60 percent of surveyed Americans have not participated in a preparedness drill or exercise at their workplace, school or home in the past year.
America’s PrepareAthon!? is a grassroots campaign for action to get families, organizations and whole communities better prepared for emergencies. The campaign offers easy-to-use preparedness guides, checklists and resources to know how to prepare for common natural hazards and to take action, including downloading alerts and warnings, holding a drill or safeguarding critical documents. For more information, visit ready.gov/prepare.
~ The America’s PrepareAthon! Campaign: Why emergency preparedness is so important and where to find resources
~ Practicing Preparedness: The actions organizations and families can take to be prepared for a disaster
~ Your Community: Learn what’s happening in your area
'In the GAP', is a weekly hour of powerful global prayer aimed at immersing ourselves in the Spirit and letting God direct our attention to current areas of practical need. Together, we can bridge 'gaps' and build 'hedges' here on earth from the heavenly dimension. Join us in an effort to do more than talk about problems or pretend they don't exist! Jesus is still the answer to the pressing conditions and critical world affairs we all face - so lets 'BE' His Body!
Specific Episode: Raise the Dead!
In this live prayer discussion Rocky broadcasts from the 5-Sided Ministry Conference in Colorado. Pastor Gilbert Gutierrez joins him to talk about the power of prayer and how God can use believers to do the most unbelievable things…like raising the dead! Speaking from his own personal experience, Pastor Gilbert gives an amazing personal testimony of how God used him in just this way in his own dad's near-death experience. Then, using Matthew 18, Rocky reminds believers of their responsibility to harmonize with God and one another in prayer to engage the authority to change things on planet earth. We end by praying for another pastor currently ministering in the midst of the devastation created by the earthquake in Katmandu, Nepal. Tune in to jumpstart your prayer life and make a difference right now!
in Pop Culture
You've probably heard the news by now: the variety TV show Sábado Gigante will end his record-breaking 53-year run on the air come September.
The show started in Chile in 1962, but after moving to Miami in 1986, it became an institution of Latino television in the United States, and a cultural touchstone of the immigrant experience.
But Sábado Gigante was not free of controversy: even when the immediate reactions after the news of the show's cancelation broke were cries of "devastation," as they days went a very different reaction came to light. Several critics expressed their hatred of a show they considered "racist and misogynistic."
Here, José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez discuss the impact of the Sábado Gigante on Latino pop culture, and interview blogger Laura Martínez and former member of the show's Clan Infantil, Paz Zárate.
UPDATE: During his interview with Laura Martínez, José Manuel Simián made an implicit reference to Univisión's host Fernando Fiore, who is no longer with the network.
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