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Topics to be discussed: Missing and exploited children, child sex trafficking, internet crimes against children, Child Sex Trafficking, aggravated physical abuse, questionable parenting the good bad and ugly
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Tonight's special guest is April Marie Loposky from Pennsylvania, founder of Marley's Mission, a "Horses Healing Children" non-profit organization that provides equine-based therapy free of charge to children, and their families, who have experienced trauma. Her commitment to Marley's Mission is a personal one – her then 5 year old daughter was attacked in the early morning hours of July 5, 2009, in their home in Taylor, PA. Police immediately responded to her home and captured her daughter's attacker. As the legal process went on, Ms. Loposky saw firsthand her daughter's interaction with horses and their innate ability to help children like her heal – unconditional love and trust – from horse to child and child to horse. Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) has shown evidenced-based efficacy in patients who have experience abuse and now suffer with depression, anxiety and other symptoms as a result of abuse. Research and observational findings have shown EAP yields a variety of psychotherapeutic benefits such as: confidence; self-efficacy; self-concept; communication; anxiety reduction, and most importantly… trust. Marley's Mission currently has several horses as well as the use of stables and fields in Lake Ariel, PA. Marley's Mission employs a team approach to healing children who have experienced trauma. The treatment team includes a specially trained Trauma Therapist and an Equine Specialist. See the web site at: www.marleysmission.com
We talk to hip hop weekly and national black TV on the role of our press and what we can do to combating the images against our people.
Synergy is when the confluence of people, events, and places combine to create extraordinary things and results. And in the history of the U.S. Army, there is no greater example of synergy than the West Point Class of 1915. Known as, "The Class the Stars Fell On," the class of 1915 produced 59 general officers and a President of the United States out of just 164 graduates. Graduating just as America was becoming involved in World War I, the class of 1915 showed its talents and metal early, and also suffered the first of a number of combat casualties. And while most of the class languished through much of the interwar period as field grade staff officers, the coming of World War II made them into the leaders that won the greatest conflict in history. These included general's like Dwight D. Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, and Joseph McNarney. And when World War II ended, the class of 1915 became the Army leaders that led America into the Cold War, and Korea. Never before in the history of West Point had such a group of young officers been assembled, and it has not occurred since.
To learn more about the West Point Class of 1915, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author Michael Haskew, the writer of The Class of 1915. Haskew has researched the entire West Point 1915 graduating class, including those who did not become general officers. This edition of Military Monday will be a fascinating hour looking at one of the greatest collections of Army leadership, at both the beginning of their careers and at their apex in the crucible of World War II. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer their questions/opinions to both gentlemen.
Is Ole Miss the most surprising team in College Football or should they be exactly where they are? Has Jameis Winston lost his chance at the Heisman Trophy? Are the Mississippi State Bulldogs the real deal? Has Kobe Bryant really fallen to the 40th best player in the NBA? The good guys at FSP answer these questions, special guest Jalen Ramsey will join us for halftime and much more on this week's episode of Full Sport Press.
Listen. Be open for discussion, not just criticism. Ask your kids why they like a particular celebrity and what attracts them to be a devoted fan. Be conversational so they know they’ve been heard before you share your opinion and direction.
Help your child understand that many young entertainers are guided by a team of people whose ultimate goal is to make money. Young celebrities can just as easily be manipulated and given an image to sell even with good intentions. Listening to or watching interviews of that celebrity may give your child a better understanding of their personal worldviews and their character.
Discuss the content. Explain how the song lyrics we listen to and the images we watch affects our minds. Encourage them to be aware of what they’re really feeding their body. Is it truth or a lie? Uplifting or derogatory? Repetition will create habits. What habits do they think they’re forming based on their role model choice?
Talk about self worth and value. From whom and where does it come from? Who sets that standard? Your parents, peers, friends, the media, or God? How does the way you dress, talk, and act reflect your beauty on the inside and outside?
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Does your child show signs of anger, defiance or rebellion?
Many children who show signs of a disruptive behavior disorder are dealing with emotional trauma. It may or may not be apparent to you, but worth checking out. Jane Evans, CCFL Academy Trauma and Emotional Abuse Expert will share her expertise and passion as she shares tips and strategies with you to discover the truth behind your child's defiance.
Find Jane Evans - Http://www.ccflglobalacademy.com
Having owned and run private schools and child care facilities for over 50 years Karen has a lot of experience working with children. As a hypnotherapist and experience with eating disorders she is in a position to share her expertise with adults and youth alike.
Interact with Miss Karen as she explores challenges for Parents and Kids as they relate to issues around Childhood Obesity and Eating Disorders. How do parents recognize these issues? What kind of behavioural and visual cues might a parent see. Touch on the concepts of the "reflection" issues on the parents or guardians.
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