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  • 01:01

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver, with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    "The Ultimate Caregiver."  So what does it mean to the Type A personality types to have to make room for and reorganize their lives to include others.  How can they do it with poise, control and still handle all of their affairs as well.  Do we have to allow these changes to keep us off our stride, can we regain  confidence, finesse and structure even though what we see mostly is anger, guilt, fear, animosity, etc... from the gamut of emotional possibilities a caregiver goes through.


    Find out from our guest Kadena Tate, contributing author to the NYT Bestseller: "Business Model You," who has gone the entire gamut of raising a family, marriage, divorce, caregiver to father, now her mother all while running a fast paced entreprenuer business that teaches women how to do it all.  I am sure she did not think caregiving would also end up on her list of things to share with the working women until she was given such an opportunity to be of service to her own parents.


    Join us this Tuesday and every Tuesday 12:30-1:00 PM CST for my co-host, Dr. Rachel Lindsey, PhD. and I to bring to you ways you can "Nurture the Heart of the Caregiver with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel for Caregiver in this  millineum.  Thanks and Have a JOYOUS day!   Deirdre J. Burrell, DAOMc, LAc,
     

  • 01:01

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver, with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    If you are the "average" caregiver, you care for others, but most times, you will neglect yourself.  Today's topic is to give insights on various forms of therapies that the Caregiver can use to care for themselves.  So, if you find yourself one that makes sure your loved one takes their meds, gets to their assigned appointments on time or you keep them moving in the direction of healing, being healthy or improving the quality of their life, but you forget to make or keep your doctors appointments, forget to eat or sleep, feels run down, but won't stop...


    Then this conversation might give you some insights on small things that will mean so much that you can do for you!


    Join my co-host Rachel Lindsey and I today, and every Tuesday 12:30-1:30 PM CST for inspirational, informational and educational topics that wil Nurture the Heart of the Caregiver, with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel for LIFE!


    Looking forward to you joining me,


    Deirdre J. Burrell, DAOMc, LAc, CMT, Body/Mind/Spiritual LIfe Transformational Coach

  • 01:01

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver, with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    Join our Entreprenuer expert Kadena Tate, as she continues to share with us what we must do to hold on to our careers while embracing caregiving.


    Can be do both successfully?  Yes, and learn more on how to handle your emotions, career and be the best caregiver you can be as well.


    Join my co-host Dr. Rachel Lindsey and I every Tuesday 12:30-1:30 PM CST.  We look forward to sharing with you practical tools and spiritual fuel for the caregiver.

  • 00:29

    Impact Devotional Series: Adding Fuel to Your Faith by Author Anthony Acampora

    in Spirituality

     


    Anthony P. Acampora was born in New Haven, Ct. then moved to NYC, Northern California and now South Florida. Anthony's Ministry experience includes Christian Program Director, Chaplain Community Liaison, Director of Ministries,Spiritual Growth Consultant, Director of Community Outreach, and Biblical Counselor.


    He has ministered to over 3,100 individuals suffering with mental health issues, the homeless, substance abusers, youths and inmates.


    He is the Coordinator of the Faith-Net Programs with the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) Broward and founder of the Biblical Anger Resolution Seminars.


    Brother  Anthony is the Christian Program Director & Chaplain at Banyan Treatment Center, and Author  of the  Impact Devotional Series: Adding Fuel to Your Faith.


     


     





     

  • 01:01

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver, with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    According the Family Caregiver Alliance, a National Center on Caregiving: the "typical" U.S. caregiver is a 46-year-old woman who works outside the home and spends more than 20 hours per week providing unpaid care to her mother.  What happens when that caregiver's older, has a full-time job, husband, children and grandchildren or any number of other responsibilities that competes for her attention while she cares for the needs of her ailing loved one.  Statistics won't reveal her concerns about acceptance and surrender around any outcomes in her life, especially that of her dying mother.


    This caregive may ask:  "Is it wrong for me to need my mother to fight to live? Am I wrong for not wanting her to suffer, but wanting her to stay with me--because I need her too?  Anger, fear, guilt and grief are emotions we all have or will experience during our caregiving experience.  Is this wrong?  Who do you talk to?  Where is your support?  Who cares about you?


    I invite you to join us every Tuesday at 12:30-1:30 PM CST to get your heartfelt questions answered, find a place where we discuss YOUR feelings, while offering healthy solutions to some of your concerns.  This Caregiver Platform is for YOU.  No matter where you're in the caregiving process, listen to other caregivers--professionals and those taking care of family or friends reveal to you what has been their "saving grace."  You'll receive practical tools to support your effectiveness as a caregiver while receiving spiritual fuel to replenish your spirit.


    Join Dr. Deirdre J. Burrell, DAOMc, LAc., The Caregivers Coach and her Co-Host, Dr. Rachel Lindsey, retired Dean, Professor and long-term caregiver for lively talks with our guests each week.  Grab a cup of tea, take that mid-day break with us every Tuesday at 12:30-1:30 PM CST.

  • 00:16

    Build It, Fuel It, Preserve It

    in Nutrition

     Body transformation; it's something so many individuals strive for, but, not something everyone achieves, why? Well, there are many reasons as to why body transformation goals do not become a reality. One of the main reasons is due to the lack of lean muscle that the individual is building. There is only one way to burn body fat and that is to build lean muscle. Burning body fat, of course, is essential for body transformation to occur.


     


    Putting the lean muscle is essential. And then, we must fuel the muscle properly. And then, we must preserve that lean muscle that we have built. This is going to be our discussion focused today; build it, fuel it, preserve it.

  • 01:00

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver, with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    What happens when you can see your loved one's health declining daily, and YOU seem POWERLESS to save them.  The person you married, mothered or fathered you has changed so drastically they are nrecogniziable.  They don't  or can't speak to you, they're confused or seem angry with your offered suggestions. You seem to do the wrong things, no matter what you do.   You become fearful because you see their fear as agitation, aggressiveness, anxiety or apathy.


    What does the caregiver do?  Yes, you can join a support group, take classes, but in most cases, at some point you must be willing to save yourself.


    Join us today as we explore what does the caregiver do to help themselves as they watch the changes take place as they share the journey from powerless over illness, disease and death to the victories seen the mysterious outcomes their loved ones will experience.


    Today and every Tuesday at 12:30 PM CST my co-host Dr. Rachel Lindsey and I will explore ways the caregiver can be nurtured and empowered through their caregiving experiences.

  • 02:00

    PNN-Chernobyl_30_Years_On

    in Politics Progressive

    RWS, News Director and Producer of Progressive News Network welcomes these fine guests


    Associate Producer and Senior Politiical Correspondent Brook Hines, as both Political Commentator, and leading Progressive Democratic Activist


    Arnie Gunderson Nuclear Engineer Faire Winds  Is a former nuclear industry executive, and engineer with more than 44 years of nuclear industry experience who became a whistleblower in 1990. Gundersen has written dozens of expert reports for nongovernment organizations and the state of Vermont.[2] His curriculum vitae [3] shows Gundersen is a licensed Critical Facility Reactor Operator from 1971-1972.[4]


    Dr Ian Fairlee Radiation Biologist and Independent Consultant on Radiation Risks, Former Scientific Secretary to UK Government’s Committee Examining Radiation Risks from Internal Emitters. An independent consultant on radioactivity in the environment living in London UK. With a degree in radiation biology from Bart’s Hospital in London and my doctoral studies at Imperial College in London and (briefly) Princeton University in the US concerned the radiological hazards of nuclear fuel reprocessing. 


    Dr. Alexy Yablokov  the biologist, is a member of the Russian Academy of Science, and was deputy chair of the commission of ecology of the USSR' Parliament (1989-1991), councillor on ecology and public health to the President of the Russian Federation (1991-1993) and chair of the state commission on dumping of radioactive wastes in seas surrounding the Russian Federation (1992-1993).[2] He is also a co-founder of Greenpeace Russia

  • 01:01

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver, Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    According the Family Caregiver Alliance, a National Center on Caregiving: the "typical" U.S. caregiver is a 46-year-old woman who works outside the home and spends more than 20 hours per week providing unpaid care to her mother.  Most caregivers are married or living with a partner. While caregivers can be found across the age span, the majority of caregivers are middle-aged (35-64 years old).  Most caregivers are employed. Among caregivers age 50-64 years old, an estimated 60% are working full or part-time.


    But at some point they all may wonder what next, doubt themselves during the process, become frustrated with the lack of support from family or get to that "last straw" with the one they are caring for.  Anger, fear, guilt and grief are emotions we all have or will experience during our caregiving experience.  Is this wrong?  Who do you talk to?  Where is your support?  Who cares about you?


    I invite you to join us every Tuesday at 12:30-1:30 PM CST to get your heartfelt questions answered, find a place where we discuss YOUR feelings, while offering healthy solutions to some of your concerns.  This Caregiver Platform is for YOU.  No matter where you are in the caregiving process, listen to other caregivers--professionals and those taking care of family or friends reveal to you what has been their "saving grace."  You will receive practical tools to support your effectiveness as a caregiver while receiving spiritual fuel to replenish your spirit.


    Join Dr. Deirdre J. Burrell, DAOMc, LAc., The Caregivers Coach and her Co-Host, Dr. Rachel Lindsey, retired Dean, Professor and long-term caregiver for lively talks with our guests each week.  Grab a cup of tea, take that mid-day break with us every Tuesday at 12:30-1:30 PM CST.  You will be glad you did.


     

  • 01:01

    Nurturing The Heart of The Caregiver with Practical Tools and Spiritual Fuel

    in Spirituality

    According the Family Caregiver Alliance, a National Center on Caregiving: the "typical" U.S. caregiver is a 46-year-old woman who works outside the home and spends more than 20 hours per week providing unpaid care to her mother.  Most caregivers are married or living with a partner. While caregivers can be found across the age span, the majority of caregivers are middle-aged (35-64 years old).  Most caregivers are employed. Among caregivers age 50-64 years old, an estimated 60% are working full or part-time.


    But at some point they all may wonder what next, doubt themselves during the process, become frustrated with the lack of support from family or get to that "last straw" with the one they are caring for.  Anger, fear, guilt and grief are emotions we all have or will experience during our caregiving experience.  Is this wrong?  Who do you talk to?  Where is your support?  Who cares about you?


    I invite you to join us every Tuesday at 12:30-1:30 PM CST to get your heartfelt questions answered, find a place where we discuss YOUR feelings, while offering healthy solutions to some of your concerns.  This Caregiver Platform is for YOU.  No matter where you are in the caregiving process, listen to other caregivers--professionals and those taking care of family or friends reveal to you what has been their "saving grace."  You will receive practical tools to support your effectiveness as a caregiver while receiving spiritual fuel to replenish your spirit.


    Join Dr. Deirdre J. Burrell, DAOMc, LAc., The Caregivers Coach and her Co-Host, Dr. Rachel Lindsey, retired Dean, Professor and long-term caregiver for lively talks with our guests each week.  Grab a cup of tea, take that mid-day break with us every Tuesday at 12:30-1:30 PM CST.  You will be glad you did.

  • 02:08

    The Yehudah Project: Federal Reserve, Marshall Law, Fema Camps,Please Listen!

    in Culture

    RUMORS swirling say “Martial Law discussions over a banking system failure.” are the reason President Obama and Vice President Biden are to meet with Fed. Chair Janet Yellen today after the Federal Reserve’s Emergency Meeting this morning.  In the history of the United States, it has never before taken place that both the President AND Vice President meet “unexpectedly” with the Federal Reserve.  Speculation is already flowing all over Washington, DC that it may have something to do with “the survival of the government.”


    The last time such an emergency meeting took place was in late November of last year just before the Fed raised rates for the first time, resulting in a loss of thousands of points on the Dow.  This might explain the constant jawboning by the banks to drive up equity prices the past six weeks – it may be preparation for another rate hike and another dive in stocks.  Also, keep in mind the surprise meeting between Yellen and Obama, not to mention the G20 meeting, the IMF meeting, the World Bank meeting, and the Doha meeting, all taking place the next week.  The elites seem to be preparing for an event.  Watch the news feeds carefully…