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"Raising Peaceful Children" is a topic I'm very passionate. It has been a central theme in my parenting and teaching for over four decades! Over the next few weeks, I'll be sharing with you, various practices which are supportive to "Raising Peaceful Children".
If you are important in the life of a child, I invite you to tune in. If inspired, call in and share an insight or a precious moment you shared with a child.
PRACTICE 9: Stop! Look! and Listen! This is an amazing technique which will allow you to truly see what is the present day atmosphere in your home. It's simple! It's effective! and It's very informative. Tune in to learn more about this powerful practice!
Sharon Ann Wikoff is a teacher, consultant, writer, and motivational speaker specializing in the fields of parenting, communicating with young children, self-esteem and personal transformation. She holds two teaching credentials and has been working with children and families for over 30 years. Her monthly column, "Listening 2 Children" appeared in the West County Gazette for several years. She is the author of two eBooks: The ART of Communicating with Infants and Young Children and The ART of Listening to Children: The 10 Minute Miracle. She also writes a blog, Raising Peaceful Children. Sharon is passionate about bringing great attention to the state of PEACE so we can truly learn to appreciate, honor and respect this state of being!
Single Parenting is a tough job, and at times it almost seems impossible to do. You miss out on so much, and you have to make many sacrifices for your career, relationships and friendships. Yes it is a tough job but we manage to make things happen no matter what the circumstances. Join us tonight on House of Harley talk radio as we discuss single parenthood, the ups and downs of being a single parent, and the comparison/differences of being a single parent mother, and a single parent father. Also we will be discussing the transition of being in a relationship/marriage with a child and suddenly being thrust into being a single parent. Call us to share your struggles of being a single parent, and how you have a made a life for yourself or still struggling to make it and if you want to give up.
We will also have special guests Dru McDaniel, mother of three and national makeup artist, as well as Kyle Greene, father, husband and motivational speaker. Both will share their amazing journey with us. You won't want to miss this real talk dialogue!
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Guest: Katherine Hine is an advocate for the rights of psychiatric patients and is currently involved in the forced drugging/involuntary confinement case of John Rohrer pending in the Ohio Supreme Court: [www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/Clerk/ecms/resultsbycasenumber.asp?type=3&year=2014&number=0268&myPage=searchbycasenumber.asp+]
She is an inactive attorney who does not practice law. From 1977 until 2009 she practiced law in Ohio and Oklahoma representing battered women, parents of children abused by the other parent in custody cases, foster parents, citizens charged with petty crime, citizen groups seeking to bring accountability to local government, and others. She had a solo practice representing clients in criminal, juvenile, municipal, trial, and appellate courts. She maintains a particular interest in federal and state constitutional law and how those principles, can be used to combat the growing loss of freedoms Americans are suffering today. She has been involved with the Ross County Network for Children, as a board member since 1996, and as its Executive Director since 2005. [http://networkforchildren.wordpress.com/be-a-volunteer/]
In 1999, Hine authored the article: Retaliation Against ProfesionalsWho Report Child Abuse, a chapter in the anthology titled “Expose: the Failure of Family Courts to Protect Children from Abuse in Custody Disputes”. In 1994 she was a candidate for district court judge in a five county race in the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma. The same year she organized the Oklahoma organization, Stop Child Abuse Now. Her law degree is from the University of Toledo in 1976, and she has studied and taught in the law school of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Dept is at it again as they thumb their noses at the citizens!. They expect the citizens to obey the laws, but they have no desire to. They are using the forfeiture laws at reckless abandon as described by Aaron Malin, as he tells us his experience with the Sheriff's Department and their attitude.
Changing lives every day of the week!
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Jody Williams from Las Vegas a survivor of child abuse, rape, domestic violence, and sex trafficking. She has been in recovery from drug addiction and the sex industry as well as mental illness since 1985. In 1987, Jody founded Sex Workers Anonymous - the first program of it's kind to help men and women across this country to exit the sex industry and/or find recovery after having left it. Their hotline has answered over 500,000 calls over the years. What started out as a small meeting in a coffee shop soon exploded to now have meeting across the USA, as well as in five other countries now. Spending five years interviewing 1,000's of recovering prostitutes and sex workers, Jody published the Recovery Guide. This is the her group's version of what is the Big Book in Alcoholics Anonymous. For decades Jody has been fighting back the legal brothels from expanding outside of their small county into both California and Nevada successfully. She put together the first ever press conference about trafficking as it exists within the legal brothels of Nevada in 2008 where she was met with violent retaliation. Many courts are using this program today as part of their probation and alternative sentencing programs, while there are local meeting in many cities and phone meetings for those who wish to remain truly "anonymous" or for those who can't travel. The SWA hotline is the only one answered by a survivor that's not connected with law enforcement. Jody has just come out with an e-book for parents on "What to do if you suspect your child is involved in prostitution" based on years of getting the same call over and over again.
On Wednesday's program, we will bring the situation of the Murrieta Immigration Rebellion up to date and focus in on a very critical aspect of the media coverage - asking the question, "Is opposition to uncontrolled, illegal immigration racist?"
With the host, Richard Cameron, will be citizens and voices of the Hispanic community in Murrieta and Riverside County, sharing their views about the Constitution, the Rule of Law, Open Borders and compassion for not only migrants but American citizens in need.
Be sure to join us for a fast paced, passionate and informative hour of radio from the perspective of the local community. Call into the program with questions and comments at (914) 803-4460 or join us in the chat room - linked at http://www.commdiginews.com/
It was during her junior year at Virginia Tech, that Richmond, VA native, Dr. Thea Green, explored her interest in psychology and decided to change her major. Her passions for addressing the needs of women and people of color led her to pursue additional studies in Women’s Studies and Black Studies. After realizing that she had a passion for psychology and helping others, and after receiving insight and guidance from Tech’s Psychology department, she decided to pursue a Masters in Counseling Education degree at Michigan State University.
While pursuing her Master’s degree, Dr. Green worked at a local treatment facility that provided individual, group, family, and intensive outpatient care to individuals with mental illnesses and substance abuse/chemical dependency issues. Again, Dr. Green decided that she wanted to further her education to ensure that she would become as highly skilled and proficient as possible in the mental health field to provide exceptional services to those who sought her counsel. She chose to pursue a Pastoral Counseling PhD from Loyola University Maryland.
On November 8, 2012, Dr. Thea Green successfully defending her dissertation and went on to graduate from Loyola University in May 2013. She recently opened her own private practice in Ashland, Virginia, Iasis Counseling and Consulting Services, LLC where she provides numerous services including but not limited to: individual and group therapy, relationship counseling, substance abuse/chemical dependency counseling, behavior counseling, spiritual counseling, counseling related to cultural and gender issues and clinical supervision.
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Join Nicky Dare with a returning guest, Ms. Erica Bristol Esq, discussing some of the current issues on Intellectual Property rights, and Trademark rights.
Guest Speaker: Ms. Erica Bristol, Esq.
Ms. Bristol, an attorney and commercial mediator specializing in Intellectual Property (copyright, trademark, trade secret, patent), Business Contracts/Transactions and Commercial/Residential Real Estate-related disputes. She received her law degree from the UCLA School of Law in 1999, and served as corporate in-house counsel for over 11 years. She has been a commercial mediator for over 7 years.
She currently serves as a Panel Mediator for the United States District Court, Central District of California, mediating intellectual property disputes for the Court. She is also a Panel Mediator for the Santa Barbara Superior Court and the California Association of REALTORS®' Buyer/Seller Mediation Program. Ms. Bristol is a member of the Southern California Mediation Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association, the Intellectual Property and Litigation sections of the State Bar of California and a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Lisa Lapides Sawicki joins us ON THE DEAN'S LIST.
Lisa Lapides Sawicki has over 30 years of publicity and consulting experience. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in communications and a minor in publicity from Boston University. With this knowledge under her belt, she dove into the industry with a vengeance. Lisa worked with Roone Arledge of ABC News and Sports in New York, Florine Mark with Weight Watchers, and Tony Franco at Franco Public Relations. After gaining such valuable experience, Lisa knew that she had what it took to make her mark in the field. In 1986, she built her brand and took things to the next level. She has owned and operated her own publicity company (formerly known as Lapides Publicity Giragosian) ever since.
As things progressed, Lisa became a well-known publicist in Michigan, and along with her husband, David Sawicki, decided to start giving back. In 2001, Lisa became co-creator of Youth Under Construction – an anti-bullying musical program teaching youth skills. Her activity in the community lead to several awards and speaking engagements. Later that year, she received the Oakland County Commission Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurship in the Community, and Outstanding Work with Youth and PR Interns. In 2009, Lisa received the Cranbrook/Kingswood Distinguished Alumni Award for Achievements as a Small Business Entrepreneur and Dedication for Work with Youth. She was soon invited back to deliver their 2009 commencement speech – one of the high points of her career as a keynote speaker.
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