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Dr. Jeff Gardere is America’s Psychologist
Dr. Jeff is one of the most widely sought-after experts in the field of mental health. In addition to having a private practice in Manhattan, he has garnered a reputation as being a top motivational and keynote speaker, empowerment and media coach.
He was also an instrumental voice in Fathers Incorporated's documentary "Spitin Anger"
"Authors & Artists in April" interview for the Journey to Legacy show features Vincent E. White, who has been featured on ABC and NBC news networks, and scheduled for CBS (3/28) for his book, turned stage play, "Finding Chris, My Father."
Hear about an epic story of a young man's perseverance to find his biological father in his ongoing quest toward adulthood which outlines the internal struggles that he had to endure during the strenuous and gut-wrenching process. Listen to vivid candor as he expresses feelings of a jailed step-father, fatherlessness, identity crisis, questions of his manhood, growing up with bullies, a fragmented family, and much more! His book is a coming of age memoir personally written and powerfully-packed with enormous amounts of truth, confusion, and abandonment, which lead to faith in abundance, family togetherness, & ultimate triumph over adversity.
Tonight we will discuss how lack of 2 parent family and parenting is related to the following:
increased crime and violence
Decreased community ties
A growing ‘divorce culture’
Cycle of fatherlessness
Dependence on state welfare
Please Tune In!!!
Keion Carpenter joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz. Carpenter was a standout form 1995-1998 for the Virginia Tech Hokies. He had 10 career interceptions in Blacksburg and 2 touchdowns. In 1996, Carpenter had a memorable 100 yard interception against the University of Miami.
Carpenter was a physical safety who was excellent in run support. He excelled in taking aaway the field from opposing quartebacks and led the team in interceptionns in 1997/1998.
Carpenter became an undrafted free agent in 1999 with the Buffalo Bills and made the team because of his ability to play special teams. Carpenter played with Buffalo from 1999-2001 and with the Atlanta Falcons from 2001-2005. In his NFL career, Carpenter recorded 206 total tackles with 14 interceptions and 1 touchdown.
After his playing career concluded, Carpenter created the Carpenter House which allows underpriviledged familes the opportunity to purchase affordable housing in the Balitmore, Maryland area. Carpenter is a positive role model for atheltes of all ages and is giving back the community after his playing days.
Keion has also written a book called: Covered in which he discusses his upbringing and the role of fathers in their child's lives. He speaks about Fatherlessness and the epidemic in the country today of dads not being a part of their children's lives. To purchase a copy of the book-click the link below:
Who is raising your kids?
why is there recklessness and fear of taking responsibility for our children?
Does it make any difference in both or the missing parent if they comeback or reconcile after many years?
Is there a difference between African parents and West Indian parents?
This podcast discusses the symptoms of fatherless daughters during adulthood and provides tips on how to overcome many of the obstacles they face.
The title of the book referenced in this episode is "Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women" by Jonetta Rose Barras.
Episode correction: Next live show will be airing September 14th at 8am Pacific and 11am Eastern.
Below is the private investigation company I used to find my father. I provided them minimal information but they found him and provided lots of contact info on him:
1 (888) 949-6996 ext. 217
Join us as we have an in depth discussion about prison life. Our guest Arthor, Shawn Gardner will be giving us insight that most men dont want to talk about concerning prison. This is the show for children and young adults that may need a wake up call, a reality slap to get their life on track.
We, the adults, have allowed the insanity of crime and prison conviction of youth to become an accepted part of Urban life. For too many young men, jail has become like a rite of passage. Unfortunately, it creates a cycle of poverty and broken families and fatherless children an more gang crime. What will it take to end the cycle and regain control of our families? Prison reform activist Queen Mother Rev. Helen Sinclair and peace activist and former candidate for Illinois Governor Tio Hardiman discuss strategies for crime prevention and rehabilitation of convicted youth