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Need a few moments of quiet time for the kids? Something soothing to help them calmly wake up or calmly head towards naptime or bedtime? Come with us and listen in as we tell tales of heart, adventure, fun exploration with characters to love!
Original stories made up on the spot through the imagination of Miss Jeannine with the occasional talented storytellers and songwriters guests that kids love based on The Melodies Life Readiness Lessons for Preschoolers! Perfect for naptime or bedtime, these social and emotional heart felt stories are available live each Saturday morning or archived on demand listening for your child ages 2-8. Coloring pages for the shows are available for download on the Heart Centered Stories website. Come join in the fun and open your heart to Heart Centered Stories today!
This week’s story idea is:Grandfather Oak Tree
Inspired by The Melodies How High Can You Fly with The Melodies lesson: It's Time to Stretch!
CAN MEN WHO BEAT WOMEN AND DON'T SEE THEIR MULTIPLE KIDS REALLY SPEAK ON ANY ISSUE? IF YOU CAN'T PAY YOUR CHILD SUPPORT ARE YOU RLY FIT TO SPEAK PUBLICALLY, IF YOU'RE NOT FIT TO BE A PARENT AND ARE A CLEAR DANGER TO YOUR SQUANDERED ABANDONED CHILDREN?
Parents are left out the Loop!
I can remember the day when I realized that my dad didn’t know everything. I was in elementary school and was tasked with a science experiment. Science is not my thing – never has been. I had chosen to test something with a potato and had no idea how to do it. I asked my father for help. He instructed me on what to do and I was all set.
Days passed and nothing happened with the potato. I brought it into school and saw that other students had theirs set up a bit differently and their potatoes were responding. Clearly we’d done something wrong. When the other kids pointed this out to me (in that oh so polite way of laughing at me), I felt embarrassed. How could my dad not know this? He knew everything!
It’s an odd moment when you realize your parents are not infallible, all-knowing, all-everything. And perhaps more so when it’s your dad. For me, dads are supposed to know how to do everything from tossing a football, to painting a room, to fixing a clogged toilet.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Stacey Lannert from St Louis, MO, a returning NAASCA family member who is a child sexual abuse survivor and activist. But she's much more than that. The founder of Healing Sisters, she's also author of "Redemption: A Story of Sisterhood, Survival, and Finding Freedom Behind Bars" where she tells how 10 years of sexual abuse, including rape and sodomy, Stacey and killed her father in 1990. She was sentenced to life in prison without parole. In January 2009, after 18 years in prison, Missouri Governor Matt Blunt commuted her sentence. He told her he expected her to make a difference with her life. After 18 years in prison, Stacey's now living in St. Louis. She's telling her story so other women can learn from her mistakes. "I created Healing Sisters to allow other sexual abuse victors (we are victors, after all) the opportunity to experience the bond we share and the restoring powers gained from other people who have also suffered," says Stacey. "I believe that every child, woman and man who suffers from sexual abuse becomes a sister because we share a common bond, one of betrayal and suffering. We need one another in order to thrive, and maybe even to survive. I hope in my lifetime we can eradicate, wipe out, and destroy sexual abuse. That surely cannot to be too lofty of a goal, can it? If we communicate, we create. We need to create a safe world for all children."
Join Vaccine Author and Researcher Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, D.O. and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. as they discuss Dr. Tenpenny's recent designation as a "medical terrorist" by pro-vaccine advocates in Australia; Alan and Sherri's recent discussions with journalists about vaccines; the disproportionately high level of attention given to California's recent measles outbreaks; how pro-vaccine advocates contradict their own mainstream information and beliefs; how soon autism rates will hit 50% if the current trend continues; custody disputes where parents disagree about vaccinating the kids; author David Boman's new e-book, "The Man Behind the Mask: Why I Chose Not to Get the Flu Shot"; and more! E-mail Dr. Tenpenny at email@example.com and Attorney Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org and listen to your answer live on the air or in the archives. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.***
Once a month Latrina Wilcher goes out into the community to hand out slices of cake and pie in heart-shaped boxes.
Latrina's goal is to help the homeless people in Los Angeles "One Pastry at a time" these treats are not the healthiest in the world,but it costs money to get a cupcake or a cookie," said Wilcher, a south L.A. native. Latrina calls her project Sweet Tri Pastries. This concept began with Latrina's insatiable desire to help others. She Volunteers sharing her story and doing marketing for I am a GIRL, a documentary on the obstacles and perserverance of women fighting and equality in the 21st century. Latrina is writing a children's book to help other kids in the the foster care system cope wih their experiences. Tune in and support Latrina!
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations.
Success. We all want it, but few know how to achieve it. Only 5% of Americans are considered successful.
Claudia Hiatt teaches the methods of success used by Andrew Carnegie, Wallace Wattles, Bob Proctor and others; the same principles that when learned at age 40, 50 or older, invoke the response, "If only I had known this when I was younger." She decided to give her children a head-start on success, but discovered that teaching this to kids is like talking to the wall. How to make it relevant to what matters to them? Claudia's solution: HeadintheGameSports.com, where she applies success lessons to what today's kids want to achieve NOW – success in sports – and performance-based activities like dance, band, theatre, and academic contests.
Discover how the ‘YOU’ Factor will change your life with Leslie Strong, founder of Strong Coaching, author of The YOU Factor: A handbook for powerful living, and Power Coach. Leslie will share how you can shift your mindset from powerless to powerful to gain / regain control in every area of your life. The result? Feel happier, less stressed, and more fulfilled, break down the walls holding you back from creating the life you really want, and enhance your relationships. www.strongcoaching.com.
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