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Karilee Shames is an amazing woman– author or co-author (with her husband, Dr. Richard Shames) of several books, feminist, counselor, holistic nurse, authority on treatment of the Thyroid, mother of 3 amazing adult “children,” university teacher, and belly dancer! She has long been interested in the topic of Women’s Empowerment, so it’s only natural that she has put together a book about it, featuring 20 women who have been mentors to her along the path of her life! Mentors range from an Army General, to the developer of Healing Touch, to a member of the US House of Representatives. I am honored to be one of those mentors whom she has featured in this book, side-by-side with these amazing women. We’ll be talking about our lives, women’s empowerment, making lemonade out of lemons, and the other amazing mentors she features as Real Hot Mamas!
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VividLife Radio's Edie Weistein welcomes Author Karilee Shames to discuss Amazing Mentors: The REAL Hot Mama's Path to Power
Everyone needs a team of emotional cheerleaders. Are there people in your life that you view as mentors and guides who have blazed a path and shone a light so that you could find your own way? As an emotionally under-nourished, overly-sensitive child, multiple bestselling author and medical expert Karilee Shames’ young life was plagued with maternal loneliness and misunderstanding. Yet she quickly learned to seek out women who modeled the qualities she most sought to emulate and soon realized that she, herself, had become a mentor to others. Amazing Mentors: The REAL Hot Mama’s Path to Power is a tribute to those who have helped to shape her life, and the lives of so many other women, including Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, US Army General Clara Adams, Yoga Journal Co-Founder Rama Vernon and more. www.AmazingMentorsBook.com
It’s A Mystery To Me welcome’s Terry Shames author of the Samuel Craddock Mysteries. The first novel, A Killing at Cotton Hill was named one of the top five debut mystery novels of 2013 by MysteryPeople. The second The last death of Jack Harbin was named one of the top five mysteries of 2014 by the Library Associations Library Journal.
Terry grew up in Texas, but now live in Northern California with her husband, two terriers and a regal cat. Visit Terry on her website www.terryshames.com
A personal message from Terry: "I'm delighted to talk to fans of "It's a Mystery to Me" about Samuel Craddock and the community of Jarrett Creek, Texas. Readers from all over the country tell me that although these novels are set in Texas, they could be about a small town anywhere. It's my job as an author to illuminate the everyday lives of my characters and to explore their darker sides-where hopes and dreams collide with vices and secrets."
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Barry Bonds, Jeff Kent kept out of Hall of Fame again
OK, here’s the main thing about numbers in baseball: They all require context. No one could reasonably argue that, say, Mariners first baseman Corey Hart is a more dominant offensive player than Hall of Famer Frank “Home Run” Baker simply because Hart has more career home runs and a higher OPS. We know Baker played in the sport’s deadball era, so we adjust our standards accordingly.
And Bonds stands as one of the sport’s greatest hitters ever in any context. By the park- and league-adjusted stat OPS+, Bonds ranks third all-time behind only Babe Ruth and Ted Williams. It’s perfectly fair to debate whether Bonds’ 763 home runs are more impressive than Hank Aaron’s 755, since Bonds played at a time when lots of guys hit lots of homers. But it’s silly to dismiss all those homers entirely. They all contributed to his teams’ chances of victory.
3. It would be unfair to clean players
This one’s tricky. One of the great shames of baseball’s so-called steroids era is that there were certainly guys who held themselves to higher standards than the league did and refused to take PEDs, and many of those players likely missed out on roster spots or big paydays or places in the record books because they were unwilling to compromise. And that stinks, no doubt.
Problem is, we have no sure way of knowing who they were. This aims by no means to besmirch the reputations of players like Glavine, Maddux and Thomas. But we can never say for sure that no member of the 2014 Hall of Fame class ever juiced. We know only that they successfully convinced us they played clean. And now that the Hall’s doors are open to players from their era, it will become increasingly tricky and disturbing if we keep trying to guess which guys did what without concrete evidence.
4. How will I explain it to my kid?
Woe be unto you writer, should you land in a Washington Post article titled “The five worst sentences I read in January.” When I read that post written by the new nonfiction book critic Carlos Lozada, I knew two things. First, I needed to interview Lozada. Second, I was afraid to write him an email.
Lozada’s voice engaged me because in addition to rhetorical smarts, he’s pretty funny. Though he’s been at the paper for several years, he began his new role at Book Party in January. I’m proud to announce the March 22 episode of Behind the Prose will feature an interview with Lozada. In classic Behind the Prose fashion, I’ll learn how he approaches his own writing craft and process and what it’s like to read and write for a living.
Besides the five worst sentences he read in January, we’ll discuss his Book Party posts including the hilarious book review “Reggie Love on life as Obama’s “chief of stuff” and the ballooning list of journalism cliches forbidden in the The Post’s Sunday Outlook section.
Oh, and if you do find yourself in one of Lozada’s worst sentences articles, don’t be upset. He just shames your offending sentence, not your entire book.
Unless, I suppose, it needed it.
Carlos Lozada is associate editor and nonfiction book critic at the Washington Post, where he has worked since 2005 in various capacities, including economics editor, national security editor and Outlook editor. Previously, he was managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a Knight-Bagehot fellow in economics and business journalism at Columbia University. A native of Lima, Peru, he is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Princeton University.
Generous or Aloof? Spending and Saving as a Type 1
Planner or Worry-wart? Spending and Saving as a Type 2
Practical or Cheap? Spending and Saving as a Type 3
Structured or Stingy? Spending and Saving as a Type 4
The Relationship Series: The Type 1 – Type 1 Combo (You can access the 11 other Type combinations beginning on this post)
4:04 - Type 4 SAHM with a Type 1 self-employed husband. Tips for staying sane?
11:20 - Type 2 mom with a Type 3, 4 y.o. who gets angry when it's time to turn off his TV shows.
21:59 - Type 4 mom with a Type 3, 4 y.o. who always wants what others have.
30:14 - Type 1 wife with a Type 4 husband -- question about finances
37:53 - Type 4 wife with Type 2 husband who shames kids. Parenting disagreements.
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How many wrong decisions can one nation endure? Every week there's a new story that shows a shocking lack in ethics or judgement on the part of the government. It’s open season on the environment, on science, the rights of veterans, it shames us all. Cuts to investigative journalism by most media outlets are allowing many stories to remain under-covered or untold altogether. Media consolidation has meant there are fewer voices reporting, with ever-tightening restrictions on what they can say. This is a critical threat to democracy, and it's the principal motivation for this film. Independent voices must pick up the slack.
- The tradition of being at the forefront of scientific research and development, critical to the nation's properity, has been all but abandoned. Our prowess and innovation has been flushed because scientifc research is revealing the effects of destructive policies.
- Since 2006 there has been an erosion of funding for veterans. The closure of 9 offices has resulted in having to drive for as long as eight hours to receive support. Lump sum payments have replaced life-long pensions, leaving veterans with less.
- The Harper Government has spent over 40 million dollars on TV ads promoting the oilsands. They fail to mention NAFTA is investigating how Canada is ignoring its own environmental laws. Responsible development is crucial for prosperity, but allowing oil giants to pollute without limit is leading to tragic results.
"Not In Our Name" (NION) will explore the axis of Industry, Media and Government, which prioritizes corporate interests over the peoples' interests. NION will show similar tactics around the world. The footage will directly contrast the pristine beauty of Canada with the damage that has been caused by de-regulated industry. We will work as hard as your contributions will allow. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1916096034/not-in-our-name
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Macavity award winning author Terry Shames in a LIVE interview about her bestselling books, writing process and more. Here is a bit about Terry: Terry's first Samuel Craddock novel, A Killing at Cotton Hill, and was named one of the top five debut mystery novels of 2013 by MysteryPeople. The second in the series,The Last Death of Jack Harbin was named one of the top five mysteries of 2014 by the Library Association's Library Journal. Dead Broke in Jarrett Creek, the third in the Samuel Craddock series came out October 7, 2014. Visit Terry's Amazon page at http://amzn.to/1ArsZ3h .
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The final Celtics Talk Radio broadcast of 2014. The Boston Celtics have played 4 games since our last broadcast. The Celtics played at the Miami Heat then at the Orlando Magic. Then hosted Kevin Garnett and the Nets. Then faced off with Paul Pierce and the Washington Wizards down in the nation's capital. The Celtic's Talk Crew will recap the big question which is. Did the Celtic's make up their mind in regards to what they wanted out of this season? Did they dominate the month of decemebr and gain ground on the weak eastern conference playoff race. Or did they get beat by the teams in the NBA'S mediocre group and instead push themselves further away from the playoff picture and make it look like another tanking season is in our midst. Jay O of redsarmy.com and Jon Shames will join Igor and the rest of the crew to discuss where do the Celtic's go from here do they repeat the same thing they did in the 2013/14 or do they fight to show fans they are looking to win and make an impact now and not focus on hypothetical situations 4 or 5 years from now
Feminism: Christian or Anti-Christian. Is feminism a socialist scheme to destroy the family unit, so that the government can raise the children and turn them into mind control slaves?
"Women Against Feminism" by Suzanne Venker Three tenants of feminism: 1) Women are imprisoned by their negative view of women and their place in the world. 2) Injustices perpetrated on women including the fact that they MUST have babies and men do not have to… 3) There is no difference between men and women other than their sex organs.
1) Feminism did not liberate women. It has actually harmed women by placing them in a prison of negative thinking and promoted dead-end promiscuity.
2) Studies show that women today are LESS happy under modern Feminist assumptions and cultural practices.
3) Women today do not owe feminists for everything. Feminism did NOT give women the right to vote or go to college. Those rights existed BEFORE the "Second Wave Feminism" of the 60's.
4) The Women's Suffrage Movement was NOT a "feminist" movement: the "Suffragettes" were actually Pro-Life, Pro-Family and Conservative women. (Today's Feminists would reject them, ironically.)
5) Feminism has robbed women of placing family and marriage at the center of their lives, as the most meaningful part of their existence. Instead, it shames women into believing that career materialism should be placed at the center.
6) Women should ignore the institutionalized, Feminist cultural prescriptions that demean motherhood and marriage. They should sequence their lives in a way that place family as the most central, meaningful experience of their lives.
7) Feminism is a finished movement in America.
Prov. 12:4; an excellent wife is the crown of her husband, But she who shames him is like rottenness in his bones.
Hey there Tea Sippers! It's another installment of Don't Come out of a Bag, Wednesday and this time I am going to bring about an umbrella topic that I think touches our lives in all forms.....that topic is SECRETS!! Often times we keep secrets, hold secrets, and let secrets create an alternative reality for us because we are afraid to address them, release them, or hold ourselves accountable for them.
With this edition, I want us to really dig deep and look at Secrets from this angle...
*Polyamorous Relationships: Are you willing to allow your significant other to go outside of the relationship because you are afraid to share that your sexual appetite has lessened or has become non existent?
*Growing Old Gayfully: How many of us are hiding behind the secrets of body changes, image problems, shames of feeling inadequate and yet we are afraid to face what has become our NEW NORMALS?
*Parenting: How many of us are hiding our TRUTHS from our children? Biological Gay parents who have not disclosed themselves to their children are afraid of what consequences?
*Private Lives vs. Secret Rendevous: Is there a difference between being a Private Individual and being a Secret Individual? Can those line blur without anyone recognizing the differences?
We will talk about this PLUS whatever is on your mind.....You KNOW the rules.... We can talk about Whatever is on your mind, right here... right now.. BUT if you come out of a Bag... I will come out of a BIGGER BAG...
so have all of your crumpets together and let's serve up a HOT POT of tea, darlings.