SORT BY Relevancy
Callers: Call continues with a gentleman from the previous hour, who is dealing with grand mal seizures. A lady asks, "What causes our thoughts not to stay in the moment?" Another lady wants to know why some men are addicted to their mothers.
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Originally aired: May 9, 2013 – Hour 2
Visiting with the Behavioral Therapists and teenagers angle. What is teen stuff and what is side effects of meds. Tricky. Seizures in the night? Cluster Seizures? Some things that came up over the weekend. Let's talk about Epilepsy.
The intention of this forum is to share information. For as long as epilepsy has been around it is amazing how little is known, understood and shared. I have found the best places for information is through the Epilepsy Foundation's chat rooms, Epilepsy Facebook pages and local support groups. It is my hopes that this will become another place to support those who have or lend support to those with epilepsy.
I am a newbie to this scene with my teenage daughter in her first year with epilepsy. I am shocked at how difficult it has been to navigate the medical and educational systems. Systems that should be supportive to this condition.
So let's talk about epilepsy and share information that can help us all move forward.
Thank you to all who post information in forums. Your wisdom and sharing has greatly benefited our family in coming to better understand epilepsy and all that goes with it.
with love and appreciation,
Did you know upon diagnosis many people expereincing seizures lose thier passion for life and begin to hide thier purpose from themselves?
Whether you personally experience seizures or care for someone expereincing seizures, it's time you Seize the Day!
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Join the NSDF staff as together we Seize the Day and journey toward positive seizure management by guiding you toward the discovery, or re-discovery of your passion and purpose.
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In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Selim R. Benbadis, MD, Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program at Tampa General Hospital about treatment of psychogenic non-epileptic seizures.
Experiencing a loved one having a seizure can be terrifying. Being knowledgeable about seizures and how we can help our loved one is essential for caregivers.
Join Family of a Vet Blog Talk Radio show host Debbie Sprague and her guest, Andrea Burris, LVN on Tuesday, February 04, 2014 to learn crucial information about seizures.
Seizures have a long and interesting history; learn about the myths that remain today, as well as the facts. What are seizures? Who has them? How do to keep your loved one safe during a seizure? Are all seizures the same? What causes seizures? What are the warning signs? Is there treatment? How about the side effects of seizures? Are all seizures epilepsy? Can TBI cause seizures? Can seizures cause long-term health effects? Get these questions and more answered during our informative talk with our guest Andrea Burris, LVN.
Listeners are invited to call-in with questions and comments at: 323-657-1470
Show time is 6:30pm – 7:30pm (CST). Can’t listen live? The show will be recorded, just return to this link to listen at your convenience.
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Give hope. Get hope. All in 30 seconds! What if we could do just that and start spreading hope around the world? We at Life Vest Inside and The Adversity 2 Advocacy Alliance believe we CAN, and we're thrilled to be partnering to offer you this unique and powerful opportunity. Through Project Hope Exchange, we are collecting, aggregating and sharing 30-second audio messages from individuals who have survived some kind of adversity to others who are currently facing that same adversity. And at the heart of our exchange are real human voices. We hope you'll add yours! How it Works?
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Join Dr. Carol Francis with Jeff Bell and Orly Wahba and Robert Villaneuva to explore how you helping others helps you in return.
Jeff Bell is an author, health advocate, and radio news anchor. His two books, Rewind, Replay, Repeat and When in Doubt, Make Belief. In 2011, he co-founded the nonprofit A2A Alliance(www.A2Aalliance.org), aiming to showcase and foster the power of turning adversity into advocacy. Orly Wahba is the Founder of Life Vest Inside and Co-creator of Project Help.
Dr. Carol Francis, Clinical Psychologist, Marriage, Family & Child Therapist and Clinical Hypnotherapist and authored over 12 books to assist individuals, families, children, couples in Los Angles area 310-543-1824.
Seeking Help, especially mental health professional help is one way to show how much you love yourself as well as the people in your life. Sometimes it is not clear to us or we choose to deny we might be severely out of focus, but this is one why seeking help is so important. Sure you could inquire with your friends and family as to whether you might be out of balance, but often times they do not look at you with detached balanced eyes. Essentially they are not professionally trained and their feelings for you may get in the way of giving you a clear answer. Our loved ones are usually too invested in how they want us to be instead of what is best for us; usually they operate from what they believe is best for us and that may not always match what is truly best.
As psychologists or mental health professionals, our investment in clients should always be for what is best for a better quality of life, not necessarily what is convenient for our loved ones. The other thing to consider is that seeking therapeutic help does not make one "crazy" or "insane." In fact people who seek mental health assistance are often the most healthy thinking individuals, because they realize that at times they just need to release troubling thoughts and feelings. People that keep all that bottled up inside are like to become so pressured that they may end up harming themselves or someone they love, or complete strangers.
Listen, everyone needs to talk things out without judgement or compromise, including therapists. Someday the benefits of therapeutic release will be valued and we'll all have low cost to free access to a therapist at least 6-8 sessions a year. At least that is my hope for the future as a budding mental health professional
Today on HELP! Relationships102, we unpack more of the shaping tools available to the single mother for effectively molding her African-American son. Your child's future does not have to be left to chance! There are definitive approaches you can use that can potentially make all the difference in his young world!
Join us as we address this unaddressed issue!
Today on HELP! Relationships102, most of what we have addressed to this point has to do with effectively raising your African-American son, despite the competing influences vying for his attention! But, what about those of you who never learned about the approaches opened up in this last weeks broadcast? How do you deal with your now, teenage African-American son who has already bought into the lure of the 'street life'? Is there hope for you?
Join us as we address this unaddressed issue!
Ok, where to start with this one? Romance, African in the same sentence??? Apparently, it's the heart's cry of some folks in relationships or marriages with Africans. It's Soccer Season now, FIFA 2014 and some men think the idea of a romantic night is hanging out watching 22 men chase a leather ball around the field for 90 minutes while shouting at their televisions and sending texts or posts on social networks expressing their views on certain shots/moves the players on the field.
While the women's idea could range from the man buying them gift items. Buying a house or "Buiilding" a car kinda tinz seem to trip the ladies. Or for some, just being a homely girl, home body, let's just chill and cuddle kinda tinz.
Abeg, please help!!
For those who know a thing a two about Romance, help our Brothers and Sisters out please.
We all could learn a thing or two. Let's swap tales....
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