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  • 00:56

    JR's sisters and aunt talk about living with a brother and nephew with autism

    in Self Help

    Claudia is JR's aunt and Michelle and Sherry are JR's sisters.  They will talk about how it is to be in a family dynamic raising a severe, violent autistic brother and nephew.  JR is 21 years old now and is the youngest of the three siblings.  They will talk about their homelife, experiences with dealing with their sibling/nephew; expectations, food resources, education, parent relationships, etc.  Claudia will also provide insight as to the toll it has taken on her sister (JR's mother) and her brother-in-law.

  • 01:00

    Do I or Don't I? Taking that Leap of Faith into Something New

    in Self Help

    We all face challenges and adventures in our lives that require us to take a leap of faith into the unknown.  Join hosts Barbara Hetzel, Lisa Marie Pepe, and Claudette Chenevert as they discuss the many facets of taking that daring step.


    Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world.  As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.


    Lisa Marie Pepe is a Certified Wellness Coach and the owner of Positive Transformation Wellness Coaching. She has had extensive experience working directly with others, having worked as a mental health clinician, educator, and massage therapist over the past 16 years.  I acknowledge that change of any kind can often be unsettling at first glance, but I also view change as our greatest teacher; for it reveals to us how strong we truly are and how much we are capable of achieving.


    Claudette Chenevert, known as the Stepmom Coach, works with stepfamilies who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Speaker, author and Stepfamily Relationship coach, Claudette mentors and guides stepfamilies to create a harmonious and thriving homelife. Families see results within the first two sessions and by the 12th session, they are THRIVING! For more information on programs and services, go to http://www.stepmomcoach.com.

  • 00:30

    For Your Inspiration

    in Women

    For Your Inspiration is a faith-based, NON-Profit, organization committed to empowering believers in the areas of: purpose, balance, relationship, leadership, faith, identity, hospitality and health.


    Listen in as FYI Founder, Author and Speaker, Julie Gorman shares insights to strengthen you in your journey of faith on today's broadcast featuring: Joanna Weaver. Joanna is the best-selling author of Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World, Having a Mary  Spirit, Lazarus Awakening, and the award-winning gift book With This Ring. Her articles have appeared in such publications as Focus on the Family, In Touch, Guideposts and HomeLife. Joanna and her pastor-husband, John, have three children and live in Montana. Visit her website at www.JoannaWeaverBooks.com


    Learn more about Julie at: http://www.juliegorman.com
    Learn more about FYI at: http://www/fyinspiration.org
    Learn more about today's featured guest at: havingamaryheart.com

  • 01:03

    Practice of Awareness: The Why, the What, and the How

    in Self Help

    Often times we are implored to become more aware and awake to our lives and our surroundings.  As if we could just snap our fingers and it would be so.  But developing a practice of awareness requires asking the why, the what, and the how of things to set the path that is right for you and incorporate personal growth into all that you do.  Join hosts Barbara Hetzel, Claudette Chenevert, and Connie Rogers in the conversation about awareness and its practice.


    Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world.  As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.


    Claudette Chenevert, known as the Stepmom Coach, works with stepfamilies who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Speaker, author and Stepfamily Relationship coach, Claudette mentors and guides stepfamilies to create a harmonious and thriving homelife. Families see results within the first two sessions and by the 12th session, they are THRIVING! For more information on programs and services, go to http://www.stepmomcoach.com


    Connie Rogers is a Certified Integrated Health Coach, Lifestyle Educator, Owner of Bite Size Pieces, Published Health & Wellness Author, Certified Reiki Master and a Certified Cosmetologist/Skin Expert for the past 37 years. Connie has her own line of "Reverseage Wellness" organic essential oils. https://bitesizepieces.leadpages.net/medicine-cabinet-makeover/#sthash.c9rnuiNK.dpuf

  • 00:46

    From Faking It to Finding Grace -With Connie Cavanaugh

    in Women

    "Discovering God Again When Your Faith Runs Dry"


    Almost nobody ever admits to going through doubt or spiritual dryness right now. But the truth is, nearly every believer experiences this.


    Join us with guest, Connie Cavanaugh, a featured columnist for HomeLife magazine, as she breaks the silence and talks about her own ten-year struggle. Learn a step-by-step path out of the wilderness as she shares her own personal testimony.



    "You may feel disconnected, but you're not alone."
    "Look ahead instead of back."
    "Get ready to listen to the Father who's always loved you."


    Connie writes blogs, articles and columns in many Christian publications, both print and online. Her popular family life humor column, “Slice of Life” ran in Homelife magazine for five years.

    Connie speaks at Christian events all over North America. She has also been invited to Europe, South America and the Caribbean. Ever the storyteller, Connie peppers her teaching with hilarious accounts of real-life events. She communicates spiritual truth with energy, humor, warmth, and grace. Connie counts it a great privilege to speak to women of every denomination as she devotes her life to building the kingdom of God.

    Connie and Gerry, married more than 35 years, like each other better than ever! They enjoy traveling, hiking, skiing, gardening and being armchair athletes – Go Riders! They spend as much time as possible with their grown kids and grandkids


    You can find Connie at her website and blog: "Hope for the Rest of Us"


     

  • 01:03

    How to avoid exhaustion, overwhelm, and breakdown at home and work

    in Self Help

    You have a big project coming up and you have family responsibilities, friends asking for support, home maintenance to take care of, and you haven't been to the gym in ages. You feel like you're about to crack open. What are your options? Join us for some great ways on how to avoid exhaustion, overwhelm and breakdown at home and work.


    Claudette Chenevert, known as the Stepmom Coach, works with stepfamilies who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Speaker, author and Stepfamily Relationship coach, Claudette mentors and guides stepfamilies to create a harmonious and thriving homelife. Families see results within the first two sessions and by the 12th session, they are THRIVING!


    Kim Ravida of KimRavida.com is a Lifestyle and Business Coach and the Founder and CEO of Kim Ravida Coaching.  Kim helps women entrepreneurs, business owners and health and wellness professionals who are struggling with building a profitable business create specific methods so that they can make more money with their business.


    Connie Costello of www.conniecostellohealth.com is a health coach. She helps busy people lose weight and gain energy by making changes to the way they eat and their activity level. Many of her clients come to her after trying many weight loss plans, potions, pills, etc that work temporarily but not in the long run. The long run involves changing habits and that's what her plan provides through real food, simple meals and making her clients food experts so that they can think twice before taking a bite of the foods that is making them sick, fat and tired. Of course activity is key too.   

  • 01:03

    Playing the Guessing Game: Self Doubt or Self Discovery

    in Self Help

    Second guessing our decisions and actions can either take us to self-doubt or self-discovery.  Join coaches Barbara Hetzel, Claudette Chenevert, and Jill Ozovek and discuss new ways to build confidence in your life.


    Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world.  As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.


    Claudette Chenevert, known as the Stepmom Coach, works with stepfamilies who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Speaker, author and Stepfamily Relationship coach, Claudette mentors and guides stepfamilies to create a harmonious and thriving homelife. Families see results within the first two sessions and by the 12th session, they are THRIVING! For more information on programs and services, go to http://www.stepmomcoach.com


    Jill Ozovek is a personal development coach who works with 30-something women (and others!) with demanding careers and busy lives get real with themselves and figure out how to take the next big step in their lives, whether it be a career change, personal development goal or relationship challenge. Jill believes that every individual has unlimited potential and through self-reflection and personal development work, he or she can tap into what they really want and what might be holding him or her back from achieving it. She believes the coach-client relationship is an extremely important, eye-opening and fun one and loves empowering her clients to attain and surpass their definition of success.

  • 01:03

    Having The Courage To Do What It Takes To Be Happy

    in Self Help

    We make plans, set goals and intentions and yet, we sometimes feel as if there is more. What does it mean to be happy? What does it take to make Happiness happen? Join us today as our three coaches share their ideas and strategies to help you have the courage to do what it takes to be happy.


    Claudette Chenevert, known as the Stepmom Coach, works with stepfamilies who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Speaker, author and Stepfamily Relationship coach, Claudette mentors and guides stepfamilies to create a harmonious and thriving homelife. Families see results within the first two sessions and by the 12th session, they are THRIVING!


    LaKia Allen is a certified life and health coach. She is also the owner of Connect 3 Coaching, LLC. Connect 3 Coaching, LLC is a coaching and consulting practice dedicated to helping high achieving working mothers who have found themselves frustrated, overwhelmed, lost and burned out after consistently putting themselves last on their never-ending to do lists.


    Kim Ravida is a Lifestyle and Business Coach and the Founder and CEO of Kim Ravida Coaching.  Kim helps women entrepreneurs, business owners and health and wellness professionals who are struggling with building a profitable business create specific methods so that they can make more money with their business. Kim’s role is to guide her clients to make decisions and choices that support their lives, pulling in what is important to them regarding their values and goals so that they allow themselves to be joyful and happy in their personal and professional lives.

  • 00:32

    PheMOMenal Life Matters w/ Tanya Fierro

    in Moms and Family

    PheMOMenal Life Matters is a show dedicated to mothers of all ages learning to become all that they were created to be! Learn how to live a fantastic well balanced life that you LOVE. Hear from expert moms in the areas of health and nutriton, parenting and education, financial awareness and spirituality.


    This whole month we will be covering the topic of Financial Health and how it plays a role in our daily lives.Today we will be talking about Saving Money with guest MommyBlogger Tanya Fierro from MyFruitfulHome.com  Tanya is married to her college sweetheart of 22 years, She has 2 great kids and she is passionate about keeping her homelife simple and saving money doing so! Tanya is often featured on The Money Saving Mom's blog with her creative ideas and articles. Tune in to see how you can SAVE.

  • 00:31

    Empowering Mums To Create Businesses That Put Family First

    in Women

    Our Irish-native guest Kim Constable, CEO and founder of the 30,000+ member Work at Home Mums Network, will share her secrets of creating multiple successful mom business while having a happy homelife with her husband Ryan and four children,  all under the age of 8.  Kim's tips will help you add time and money to your mom biz.


    www.workathomemumsnetwork.com


    www.facebook.com/workathomemumsnetwork

  • 01:34

    Urban Therapy with Sun #42 Can't get none at home Part 2

    in Lifestyle

    Part 1 of this show aired on 3-23-2011 originally. It seems that things have either not changed for the or have actually gotten worse for some. When we say we can't get none at home we may be talking about sex, respect, education or love. All of which can make a person choose to work long hours at work or stay out in the streets rather than coming to the crib to face an unsatisfactory homelife.
    Why can't some get none at home? Is it that they had not been getting any since the beginning and thought that marrying or cohabitating would give them a little more? Can you not get none and not even live with a person? Have you caused your own condition of not getting any at home? Do you have to share a home to not get none at home?
    Have you caused your own condition of not getting any at home? Has someone caused it for you? Were you doomed to not get none from the start at home because you weren't getting any away from home?
    How does a person deal with not getting none at home when they continue to contribue to the home?
    What is home anyway? Is home a living space or is home just somewhere you feel comfortable with and are familiar with?
    What kind of things can be done to improve conditions at home so that a person can end the cycle of not getting none at home and finally get some at home? I think we can agree that home is a place where a person should be able to get some. Afterall, if you can't get none at home, where are you gonna get some from?