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This is an excerpt from http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/parents/175?task=view
When talking about sexuality and young people in our culture, we are much more comfortable discussing disasters (teen pregnancy, for example), disease (HIV and other STIs), and dysfunction (coercive sex, etc.). It's much easier for us to talk about what we DON'T want for our kids' sex lives than about what we DO want. In my work with parents, we ultimately get to the hope that kids:
Will appreciate their own bodies
Will express love and intimacy in appropriate ways
Will enjoy sexual feelings without necessarily acting on them
Will practice health prevention, such as regular checkups and breast or testicular self-exams
When they are mature enough to act on their feelings, will talk with a partner about sexual activity before it occurs, including sexual limits (theirs and their partner's), contraceptive and condom use, and the meaning of the relationship and of relationships, in general.
These things are included in the longer list of behaviors of sexually healthy people, compiled by professionals who work in sexuality and human development. The reality is that, as parents, we want our kids to have good sex lives when they grow up—and, sometimes, better sex lives than we have had. The dilemma is finding strategies to support healthy sexual development when there is so little helpful, public discussion about the positive aspects of sexual life.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they discuss this and other important topics on this weeks episode.
It's a special two-hour edition of USCHO Live!, previewing the 2014-15 season. Our October 21 broadcast is a league-by-league review of Division I men's hockey from six of USCHO.com's conference writers, with a look at Atlantic Hockey, the Big Ten, ECAC Hockey, Hockey East, the NCHC and the WCHA.
About the hosts
Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes "Tuesday Morning Quarterback." Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award, and is a studio analyst for NESN.
Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception -- serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and as RIT's play-by-play voice for eight seasons. Ed is VP and general manager of CBS Sports Radio affiliate 105.5 The Team in Rochester, N.Y.
That's right, it's October and what better way to prepare for All Hallow's eve then to spend the night discussing uncle H.P. Yes, you Miskatonic University alums can come crawling out of your slime filled holes around Innsmouth and stand erect and call out to the ancient one's that THIS PODCAST IS READY TO SEE THEIR BIDDING DONE!!!"
Alright, so that may be a bit over the top...but we do have a show for you packed with Halloween goodness, including an interview with the guys over at WARPO toys who have just finished a successful kickstarter to launch a line of Cthulhian action figures. We will talk to them about this project which should make Lovecraftians every where squirm like they were reading "The Tomb" all over again, and we will speak to them about WARPO'S other lines of figures and where they hope to take their passion for these cool and unique toys in the next five years.
We will also of course discuss the movies that have sent us screaming into the night, celebrate the old Universal monsters and decide once and for all who the king of horror is and if that were not enough for you Ghouls and Goblins, we will cover some of the creepiest comic books to be in print as we speak, books so scary they will make shriek with delight.
So, join us if you dare and learn more than you ever thought you wanted to know about the "things that go bump in the night."
Joining me on this episode are three talented Canadian Country artists: Ontario's Adrienne Taylor, Nova Scotia's Makayla Lynn and Saskathewan's country duo Marshal Reign.
Being raised on a farm, 24-year-old Adrienne Taylor grew up riding dirt bikes, driving trucks in fields, shooting guns and running through cornfields. Her first job was raising chickens on her farm and selling eggs door-to-door. Adrienne’s father Brent, who is a guitar player and singer, decided to teach Adrienne how to sing. At an early age, she was influenced musically by Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. By age 14, she performed "Sweet Home Alabama" with her father’s band at a local event. Adrienne's latest song is called Backwoods Saturday Night.
Barely a teenager, Makayla Lynn has already penned over 50 songs and has completed recording her third album called Daydream in Nashville which was released in June 2014. The album has been nominated for the IMEA Country Album of the Year as well as Music Nova Scotia's Country Recording of the Year. She has been fortunate enough to spend time and share stages with Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw and others. Makayla's latest song is called Don't Quit Your Daydream.
Marshal Reign has been burning up the road playing bars, festivals, speedways and arenas. Their blue collar attitude and high energy sound is exciting fans from Michigan to Southern California and even as far away as Germany. They continue to energize traditional country music fans as well as people who never thought they would ever listen to country music. Marshal Reign is comprised of Jason McNabb & Eric Wicks. Their latest song is called Want It With You.
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When I moved into Business Success Coaching I asked myself this question all the time. My biggest fear was that there are so many other highly qualified business coaches out there. Many of them have years of experience and how would anyone ever choose to work with me?
Are you asking the very same question to yourself? Are you an EFT practitioner, a therapist, or other Service Provider, and you question whether you are “good enough”, and can you compete with so many others in your field of expertise?
In this program we will use Matrix Reimprinting with a practice client to demonstrate how this powerful technique can be used to dispel this overpowering fear. You may have had reasons going back to years ago that kept you playing it small. Perhaps you decided at an early age that it’s not safe to shine your light, to step into your authentic power, or to follow your dreams and passions.
Join us as we demonstrate the use of Matrix Reimprinting. It got me through a huge crisis in confidence, and it’s the most powerful technique I know of to help you step forward into making REAL money doing what you love. After all, who are you NOT to be doing the work that you do? Step into your greatness as you realize that YES, you’re meant to do the work that you do. Owning that will generate an abundance of clients who CHOOSE to work with you.
HOST: Business Success Coach Judy Wolvington shows you how to build a thriving and joyful business, with all the clients and income you desire, based on your unique gifts. As a Certified EFT and Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner Judy skillfully helps you remove your blocks to success, so you can make REAL money doing what you love. Judy has a FREE GIFT for you called Your Dream Biz Blueprint. To claim yours simply visit http://UnleashYourDreamBiz.com.
The Alameda County Public Health Department’s EMS Corps program, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is helping local health care providers expand and diversify their workforce by training young men and women from the community to be emergency medical professionals.
“The main thing is to develop strong men...the responsibility for themselves, the responsibility to their families, and their responsibility to their community.” – Michael Gibson, program director of the EMS Corps.
MICHAEL GIBSON, Director, EMS Corps: We have worked with about 90 young men so far. And out of the 90 young men, about — I want to say almost 60 or so are certified EMTs and working in the field. He says his own experience spending time in and out of juvenile hall helps him understand the challenges these young men face.
They can’t get a job because of their juvenile record or they do not have enough work experience. Then they’re right back into the revolving door of incarceration. So, in our program, we wanted to be able to address those needs, to eliminate the excuses.
Have you fallen into the trap of speed versus quality? There’s an alarming trend among consumers to expect results fast. What happens when quality doesn’t happen fast? Join Janice Clark, owner of BizMSolutions, as she askes everyone to slow down for just one moment. Think about the work you’re producing and ask yourself this, “Am I sacrificing quality for speed?”
It’s easy to talk about ROI in social media but it’s a lot harder to invest in the work it takes to produce great content, create a strategic plan of action for social selling and research the needs of your target audience. It’s hard to spend time thinking about whether or not you offer enough value to your readers. It takes time to connect with people, share great content and show an interest in your partners, vendors and clients.
The results you get are the results you create. How much time are you investing in quality results for your business?
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If you are not acquainted with the genius and the greatness of Mary Lou Williams, please let us introduce you to one of the most amazing figures in Jazz history. Pianist, Arranger and Composer, Mary Lou was beloved by MANY - including Duke Ellington. He couldn't say enough about her style and the person behind it. Ms. Williams wrote hundreds of compositions, arranged for the prestigious male bandleaders of her day (remember those times - a WOMAN arranging? A WOMAN having that kind of influence?!) and was both friend and mentor to Monk, Miles, Parker and Gillespie.
Known as "The Little Piano Girl of East Liberty" (Pittsburgh), Mary Lou was self-taught and performed in public for the first time at age six. Her confidence never wavered through the years and she came to the attention of those who appreciated her strong skills and positive personality. One that landed on WNEW in New York City - as a broadcaster with a popular show.
So MUCH to say about Mary Lou - and no one can say it better than CAROL BASH. She is the director and producer of "Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings The Band." This noble endeavor is an IndieGoGo project that is looking to fulfill its mission by October 28th! There are important movers and shakers involved in this film who LOVE Jazz and LOVE the subject of this labor of love. You'd recognize the names - and we'll drop them when Carol visits on 10/21 at one p.m. Eastern time.
You'll hear about the musican and spiritual evolution of Mary Lou - she converted to Roman Catholicism later in life - and it colored her world in a way that surprised even herself. Maybe inspired by that journey, she said: "Jazz is love - you have to lay into it and let it flow." Join us in The Chat Room on 10/21!
in Self Help
One of your biggest competitive advantages is knowing yourself. The more you are able to understand yourself, the better equipped you are to deal with issues and problems on a daily basis, especially those that take you out of your comfort zone. Self-knowledge allows you to change any of your own inhibiting actions and unleash your creative abilities.
Personal growth can be difficult. it requires us to evaluate where we are and whether or not things are working in our lives. If they aren't working, we need to change. And, managing change can be stressful whether we instigated it or it has been created by an external force. Being cognizant of this and strategically planning the change for personal growth are both critical factors to a successful outcome.
Most human beings are uncomfortable with uncertainty. They resist change. They insist on doing things the old way. When this happens, it can produce stagnation and limit growth. People often resist anything that requires effort. Given the choice of doing something that requires little effort or doing something that is difficult, most people opt for the easy.
What about you? Do you make the practice of self-evaluation a habit? It's surprising that only a small percentage of people actually self-evaluate. You can greatly improve your effectiveness when you know yourself. Have you changed? Are you trying to be the way you've always been? Or, are you looking for new and different ways to do things.
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she explores ways you can get to know yourself better and things you can do to make your life even better than it already is.
Cumming, GA – It’s natural for teenagers to push their boundaries. It’s a time in their lives when they’re becoming more and more independent and they’re treated like they’re not independent. Teens need to assert this independence while parents need to assert their authority. It can be a struggle.
Denise Holloway is a Certified Professional Coach and the founder of Life Unltd., a coaching practice that specializes in teens and parents of teens, taking them from fear and frustration to joy and appreciation.
“I truly believe that the limits we see, feel and believe are self-imposed,” says Holloway. “That’s the unlimited part. I love helping others break through those limits. What is it that you really want and what does that look like? I get the biggest charge from working with people who are confused and overwhelmed."
Holloway developed a passion for coaching teenagers following her experience with her son, a junior in high school at the time who simply would not wake up to go to school. Every morning they would go through this same process: she would tell him to wake up; within half an hour, a fight would ensue.
“One day we had one of our usual morning,” recalls Holloway. “I went back to the reading I was doing for the coaching program, a book called The Mastery of Love by Don Miquel Ruiz. I realized every word out of my mouth with my son had been about fear. At that point I decided to step back and come from a place of love and not fear.
“That’s always been behind the interest of being involved more with teenagers. I just had a lot of sympathy and empathy for parents and teenagers because it is a tough time for them. People don’t give teenagers enough credit for who they are so it’s a passion of mine to help them.”