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  • 00:15

    How Long Should You Grieve?

    in Self Help

    The passing of a friend, family member, or loved one is hard. Learning about grieving and the feelings often associated with grief can help to make it more manageable; starting with how long does grief last? 


    While it's normal for you to feel sad after a loss, the feelings associated with grief should only be temporary as you move from hurt to healing. Let's find out how.


     


    Episode 101

  • 00:31

    How is it that We Have to Grieve to Achieve?

    in Motivation

    How do we go passed go? How do we grow passed grow? We are so use to getting to where we want to go, yet once we get there, the learning bug kicks in again. We are here to learn so when we think we are going to one day know everything and rest, we find out we get restless when we are not growing our souls. What's up with Grieving and Achieving?  Tune in and Join in on the Conversation Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST! 


     

  • 01:23

    Tom Grieve

    in Sports

    Tom Grieve joined the show for the first time in a while to discuss all things Rangers. The Guys talk NBA, NFL offseason, NFL and more.

  • 00:11

    Grieving With Those Who Grieve

    in Christianity

    Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak whispers the o'er-fraught heart and bids it break.  ~William Shakespeare
     


     


    I am always reading about grief-to help others, to help myself, to learn what it means to truly grieve and step into it bravely and not cower away.  Someone recently commented after watching a TV interview about In the Cleft that I am grieving too much.   Yes, I thought, you are right-most definitely you are right.  I am grieving too much.  But, I’m healthy, I love other people, I care about injustice, I wake up every day and see beauty around me.  Yet, in the midst of it all I grieve.  That is my right.  Joy and grief kiss each other.   Pain is what makes joy more sacred and beautiful.    Beauty is more poignant because I have walked through the fire of adversity.   To know your heart, the fullness of its expression, is to be true to yourself.  If you’re sad, feel it deeply.  If you’re joyful, let it burst out without limits.   The worst condition of all is numb apathy.  I’ve been there too and that’s the condition that scares me most. 


     


     

  • 00:31

    Part 2: CUTV News Radio welcomes children’s author Rosemarie Kaupp

    in Books

    Warrington, PA – When a parent is faced with the unbearable tragedy of losing a child, we pray that they will soon find peace and “closure.” But closure is not a valid expectation of someone who has suffered such a loss. Nothing will fill that void or heal that wound. Nothing will bring back their child.


    But it is possible to move forward. It is possible to have a productive life again. Your life will never be the same, but it can be a good life.


    Rosemarie Kaupp is the author of The Amberella Tales, a series of early chapter books for children. Rosemarie was inspired to write The Amberella Tales after losing her son Chris when he was only 23 years old.


    “I had a decision to make,” recalls Rosemarie. “I could choose to go on with my life or let this experience destroy me. It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t a straight line. But I knew it was a path that I had to follow.”


    So Rosemarie began writing to help memorialize Chris’s life. She had loved reading to her son when he was little and remembered how much he enjoyed it too. She wanted to preserve her connection to him. As she wrote, Chris’s memory served as her muse. It helped her grieve, but also move forward.


    “The books have been a labor of love,” says Rosemarie. “It was a huge accomplishment that brought me great peace. I have been thrilled to bring the characters to life on the pages and share them with readers.”


    For more information on Rosemarie Kaupp, visit www.rosemariekaupp.com and www.kidswritertoyou.blogspot.com

  • 00:29

    Losing a Loved One - Show #2

    in Motivation

    Join Dr. Kim today as she shares with you about the recent loss of her sister and eighteen months prior the loss of her nephew. Join for hope and encouragement as she shares how she is processing it all. 


    Visit her website at www.DrKimBloomer.com


    Video: https://youtu.be/R7CgXJzodHM


    Site and books mentioned are by Dr. Caroline Leaf at www.DrLeaf.com


    “The reality is that you will grieve forever. You will not ‘get over’ the loss of a loved one; you will learn to live with it. You will heal and you will rebuild yourself around the loss you have suffered. You will be whole again but you will never be the same. Nor should you be the same nor would you want to.”  Elisabeth Kübler-Ross


    “We think sometimes we're only drawn to the good, but we're actually drawn to the authentic. We like people who are real more than those who hide their true selves under layers of artificial niceties” Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, Life Lessons: Two Experts on Death and Dying Teach Us About the Mysteries of Life and Living

  • 00:21

    Arrow 4x19 - Canary Cry | Review

    in Film

    SPOILERS/NSFW - DC on SCREEN #166 - Arrow 4x19 - Canary Cry | Review - The team attempts to mourn Laurel's death as a new  Black Canary is seen stopping an illegal weapons exchange. Oliver discovers that someone took Laurel’s sonic device from the hospital. The imposter is Evelyn Sharp, a H.I.V.E. prisoner whom Oliver believed was with Darhk voluntarily. So more self-blame for Ollie. Captain Lance desperately looks for proof that Laurel is alive, then, when her death is absolutely proven,  for a way to resurrect Laurel, even calling Nyssa al Ghul for some Lazarus Pit assistance. Diggle, full of guilt over getting Laurel killed, goes after Darhk's wife, Ruvé Adams, but Oliver stops him from killing her (for some reason). Ruvé issues arrest warrants for all vigilantes. Sharp goes after Ruvé publicly, but Oliver is able to talk her out of killing her. At Laurel's funeral, Oliver reveals Laurel was The Black Canary to preserve her legacy. Afterwards, Oliver vows to kill Darhk. In flashbacks, Oliver and Laurel begin a new relationship following the death of Tommy Merlyn, but leaves for ultimately leaves Laurel to grieve on her own when he leaves for Lian Yu.

  • Those Who Died in Christ (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18)

    in Christianity

    But we do not want you to be uninformed, brethren, about those who are asleep, so that you will not grieve as do the rest who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who have fallen asleep in Jesus. For this we say to you by the word of the Lord, that we who are alive and remain until the coming of the Lord, will not precede those who have fallen asleep. For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we who are alive and remain will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and so we shall always be with the Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these words.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio welcomes children’s author Rosemarie Kaupp

    in Books

    Warrington, PA – When a parent is faced with the unbearable tragedy of losing a child, we pray that they will soon find peace and “closure.” But closure is not a valid expectation of someone who has suffered such a loss. Nothing will fill that void or heal that wound. Nothing will bring back their child.


    But it is possible to move forward. It is possible to have a productive life again. Your life will never be the same, but it can be a good life.


    Rosemarie Kaupp is the author of The Amberella Tales, a series of early chapter books for children. Rosemarie was inspired to write The Amberella Tales after losing her son Chris when he was only 23 years old.


    “I had a decision to make,” recalls Rosemarie. “I could choose to go on with my life or let this experience destroy me. It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t a straight line. But I knew it was a path that I had to follow.”


    So Rosemarie began writing to help memorialize Chris’s life. She had loved reading to her son when he was little and remembered how much he enjoyed it too. She wanted to preserve her connection to him. As she wrote, Chris’s memory served as her muse. It helped her grieve, but also move forward.


    “The books have been a labor of love,” says Rosemarie. “It was a huge accomplishment that brought me great peace. I have been thrilled to bring the characters to life on the pages and share them with readers.”


    For more information on Rosemarie Kaupp, visit www.rosemariekaupp.com and www.kidswritertoyou.blogspot.com

  • 00:16

    (1) Talking With Arch Grieve

    in Current Events

    First broadcast of Xenia's Word on the Street. We will be talking with Arch Grieve. Arch is an educator by profession and a candidate for Xenia's Board of Education.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights children’s author Rosemarie Kaupp

    in Business

    Warrington, PA – Your school nurse wasn’t just there to tell you to lay down while she called your mother to come pick you up. She was an integral part of your development too, helping you to understand what it meant to be safe and empowered and healthy. So it makes sense that a school nurse could one day write a book, drawing on her empathy for children.


    Rosemarie Kaupp is the author of The Amberella Tales, a series of children’s books. Though not trained as a writer, Rosemarie has worked with children as a school nurse for over 30 years.


    “I understand children so well that it’s very easy for me to write for them,” says Rosemarie. “I understand their behavior: what they like, what they don’t like and what they’re looking for when they read.”


    The Amberella Tales is a doggie Cinderella story. The first book of the series, Amberella in the City, follows Amberella, a part Staffordshire terrier, part Welsh-corgi puppy born in the country that moves to the city with her new family. This was followed by Amberella and Double Double Trouble. Rosemarie is currently working on a third book, Amberella and the Troublesome Nine.


    Rosemarie was inspired to write The Amberella Tales, after losing her son when he was 23 years old.


    “I loved reading to my son when he was little and remembered how much he enjoyed it too,” recalls Rosemarie. “As I wrote, it helped me grieve, but also move forward.


    “I would like people to know that even if you experience tragedy, it is possible to move forward. It’s possible to have a productive life again. Your life will never be the same but it can be a good life."


    For more information on Rosemarie Kaupp, visit www.rosemariekaupp.com