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OVERCOMING CHILDHOOD with PENNY COHEN
Penny Cohen, LCSW is a transformational psychotherapist, relationship counselor and the author of “Personal Kabbalah: 32 Paths To Inner Peace & Life Purpose.” Find her at www.pennycohen.com.
On this show we will discuss how circumstances and events from our childhood so often chart our course and even dominate our lives.
How many individuals with cleft and craniofacial anomalies are told, either directly or indirectly, to "get out of the way" or "I wish you'd never been born?" Maybe a few around the world; maybe a lot. That and many other forms of discounting people for the truly wonderful, kind and compassionate individuals that lie beneath the outer look can lead to isolation. Host Joe Rutland talks about how powerful, toxic and dangerous isolating from people, communities and life can be. He'll discuss the subtle difference between isolation, loneliness and solitude. Also, what does isolation look like to you? This, and much more, will be discussed on this week's "CleftCast."
Personalized PD for Early Childhood Educators
with edWeb.net Program Director, Jenifer Morack, and her special guest, Christi Gonzales PreK Teacher, Early Interventionist and District 4 Representative for the Louisiana Early Childhood Association
Presented by LEARNING BIRD
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a form of administrative relief from deportation the government gives to the undocumented. If approved, DACA status can allow an applicant to get a work permit, possibly apply for a driver's license, and receive a social security number. The period of deferred action will last for three years, with the possibility of renewal (if the next presidential administration wishes it).
This episode will discuss the current eligibility requirements for DACA, along with changes to those requirements when the "expanded" DACA program begins in late February 2015.
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Everyone did not have the same childhood experiences. Listen to the things which cause Martial Breakdown. with Dr. Barbara Stuart www.frministry.org
Dr. Barbara holds Weekly Talks & Seminars on BTR on various topics pertaining to Marriage, Family, and Singleness. The aim is to help individuals cope with painful situations.
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Barbara E. Harvey is a parenting and early childhood expert. She writes articles, and is a source for the media for stories on information about parenting and early childhood. In addition she is the author of a Journeys Through Parenthood Volume One: an Educator Guides you Down the Path to Finding Quality Childcare. Her second book in the Journeys serves Volume Two: Educational Advocacy a Parents' How to Guide will be published April 2015. She is the executive Director of Parents, Teachers, and Advocates and writes the Belief in Parenting blog found at beliefinparenting.blogspot.com
We may have many acquintances, and are friendly with the people we come across in our daily life, however, some individuals feel that they are lucky if they have managed to gather through their life a handful of close friends.
Our friends are there to listen to us when everyone else is unwilling or too busy to lend an ear. They protect us when others mistreat us, and they have an ability to share the truth without painfully hurting us.
They accept us for who we are without judgment. When we are with them, we feel that we belong. No matter how long it has been since we physically saw them, our connection to them is timeless. Whether we speak with them every day or once a year, it always feels right.
On the other hand, we may also have friends that are takers, freeloaders or codependent.
How do we deal with these types of friendships?
We will explore some of these today?
You can also find more on this topic in my book: Emotions Simplified by Glenda D. Quinto available on Amazon.com
Love & Blessings to all...
The Sports Mom interviews former NFL player Douglas Greene (Atlanta Falcons, Seattle Seahawks) and noted sports physician Dr. Shad about on-field concussions, best practices for coaches, and how parents can keep their little ones safe on the football field. The NFL and youth sports organizations across the country are investigating the role football has on brain health. There have been reports that Pop Warner and other youth football programs have seen a decline in participation.
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