• 01:37

    The Spiritual Side Of Drug Abuse

    in Spirituality

    DRUGS!  Is there a connection between drug abuse and the world of the spirit.. Drugs are everywhere, and they can help or they can harm us, But can they lead us into the rhelm of the spirit.  Alcohol, its just recreation right? Marijuania its all Natural, from the ground right?  But can we be somehow embarking into a world of hidden dangers and unseen foes. and what of the hard struff, Meth amphetamine, Crack Cocaine, Heroine, and Perscription Medications. Can theses things Open doorways in our lives to spirit entities, and if so; is it dangerous. We will talk about it on blogtalkradio.com/jameseverett591  FOUNTAIN OF TRUTH

  • 00:31

    Alcohol & Drug Abuse (Phase II)

    in Self Help

    Please listen in to this upcoming show!! We are excited about bring you this topic..ON **DRUG & ALCOHOL ABUSE**. Also, check out the website at: www.internationalnutritionclub.com Today!!

  • 01:25

    Its Time to Awake : Servants and Captivity and Drug Abuse

    in Religion

    Romans 13:11 And that, knowing the time, that now [it is] high time to awake out of sleep: for now [is] our salvation nearer than when we believed.


    We air programs on Blog Talk Radio at the following times: Sun 2:00pm, Mon 8:00pm, Tue 8:00pm, Wed 7:00pm, Thur 8:00pm, Fri 7:00pm & Sat 9:00am.  All times are Eastern Standard Time.

  • 00:30

    HOLLYWOOD DRUG ABUSE vs the COMMON PERSON

    in Entertainment

    The recent untimely death of Philip Seymour Hoffman is the latest celebrity drug overdose casualty in Hollywood. PSH was 46 at the time of his death and was found unconscious in his apartment from an apparent drug overdose. Host Ambro discusses this latest turn of events and breaks down the vast differences in celebrity drug-related deaths vs those of the "common person" and the perceptions of each. This is one show that is sure to have you talking the next day. 

  • 01:56

    State Sovereignty: Tom Martz and The Prescription Drug Database

    in Politics Conservative

    Once again, Missouri lawmakers have introduced legislation to join other states in forcing pharmacists to collect a huge database of presecription drug fills and refills. Is this a good idea? Will it help eliminate prescription drug abuse? Is the invasion of your privacy worth the tradeoff?


    Tonight; Dave and Mike Slack will talk with Tom Martz of Locke & Smith about this prefiled bill. Join us at 7PM Missouri time. Do you have an opinion? Call and participate on the studio line at 347-677-1835.

  • 02:09

    Is There A Solution to Alcohol & Drug Abuse

    in Education

    Alcohol and drug abuse is something that has been controling Our neighborhoods. How can we help stop this problem.

  • 00:38

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    My guest on Saturday Dec. 13th is author Mark Smith. I'll be chatting with him about the book he co-wrote with his wife, Brenda, One Last Hurrah: A Story of Making Peace and Making a Difference.


    About the book:


    I write this book to share my life story with whoever wants to learn that, from the most meager beginnings wrecked with abuse and negativity, a human being can emerge as a whole person who has much to give to the world around him.
    Follow me as I take you through my life from a troubled childhood, through the world of professional wrestling, to youth ministry and foster parent. It is here that I have found the most rewarding life: sharing


     


     


     


    About the author:


    I was born the youngest of five to a mother and father that fought every day that I can remember.  My father had an explosive temper and it was nothing for him to violently beat us and throw tools at us while at our family-owned gas station.  I slept with a baseball bat every night.  All through the house, you could find fist wholes behind pictures on the wall and in doors.  When my parents divorced after 30 tortuous years, I was then subjected to a step-father who had a drug problem; taking over 20 Percodan’s a day. 


     

  • 01:03

    Recovery with Dialectical Therapy with Dr. Buffy Wooten

    in Motivation

    Clinical Psychologist Buffy Wooten will be our special guest today on this re-broadcast show with her topic "Recovery Utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She has been conducting Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) since 2000. DBT is a specialized cognitive-behavioral approach to substance abuse and anger management areas. There are four training modules: Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Distress Tolerance, and Emotion Regulation.


    -DBT has proven an effective treatment for drug abuse.


    -DBT has outperformed control treatments in reducing intentional self-injury, inpatient hospitalizations, hopelessness, depression, dissociation, anger, and impulsivity.

  • 00:31

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Pamela Jones. She's my guest on The Author Chat Show on Sat. Dec. 6th. We'll be chatting about her new book, Tomorrow Never Comes.


    About the book:


    Bernice Albright is a bestselling romance novelist. Her renowned fame and fortune affords her an affluent life, such as a mansion, an ocean view condo, and a luxury car. She knows influential people around the globe.She lives a good life, but it’s minimal compared to her love for her family. Her love is associated with a promise she made to her dying mother 20 years ago: to raise her siblings, Marlena and Rico Brown.Marlena and Rico are now adults. Despite having a good upbringing, they made choices that resulted in their lives being “hell on earth.” As the presumed matriarch, Bernice is preparing to help her siblings rebuild their lives. This gives her strong belief in her late mother’s motto: tomorrow will be a better day.However, a turn of events occurs, and it changes her family forever. At the end of it all, Bernice has a new reality about her family, her mother’s belief, and herself.

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 988

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Kimberly Mackanic, MSW, LCSW, a councilor at SAFE in Hunterdon in Flemington, New Jersey, since July 2011. Their mission is to empower adult and child survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, while collaborating with the community to prevent violence and create positive social change. They have a 24-hour hotline and provide safe and transitional housing, legal advocacy, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, community education and PALS, and a unique children’s arts therapy program. SAFE in Hunterdon delivers critical support services to the many families that have experienced violence in their lives. In her role, Kimberly provides individual and group counseling services for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse in the community, as well as to survivors of abuse who are incarcerated at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women (where an estimated 85% of the population are survivors of abuse). She is also a facilitator for the agency's 80-hour Volunteer Training program. Kimberly entered the field after completing her Master's in Social Work at Rutgers University, with an area of emphasis in Violence Against Women & Children, and completed her clinical license in 2014. Additionally, she has discussed her work with incarcerated survivors on panel discussions at V-day Flemington ("What I Want My Words to do to You") in 2014 and at Rutgers University Law School ("Crime After Crime: Debbie's Law") in 2012. Kimberly has also been an advocate for survivors of sexual violence via performances in nine productions of The Vagina Monologues throughout NJ since 2006.

  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 989

    in Self Help

    SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, and Tracy Baxter, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. They'll present the topic "Mass 'Murder' by Family Court." Joining them will be advocates Anthony Brasher, Vincent Shiele and Vernon Beck to discuss the tragedies and failures of the Family Court System. The epidemic of systemically being abused by family courts has caused many injured individuals to take their own lives, or sometimes the lives of others. In fact, thousands are attempting (or succeeding) at taking their own lives in desperation every year. As a result of the system's failures, an incredible 79% of people involved in the Family Court System report experiencing some form of health injury, whether physical, mental and / or emotional. We will be discussing some of the horrific cases of suicides and murder-suicides that come out of our structurally violent family court system, and how, at so many levels, these tragedies could have been prevented. We will also hear from special guest Ashlee White Blandford, daughter of Darin White, from Prince George, British Columbia. His suicide in March of 2000 was a huge eye-opener to many, highlighting the brutalizing effects of our Family Court System. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: naasca.forourkids@gmail.com

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