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  • 00:52

    How "welcoming" your grief can save you.

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with author, coach and co-founder of The Respite, Elizabeth Berrien. She shares her story of two traumatic losses and how she can now can say, 6 years later, how grateful she is for her grief process and how it shaped her life.

    Elizabeth is a Certified Creative Grief Coach, author, support group facilitator, speaker, spiritual entrepreneur, and proud mom. After several unexpected losses at the age of 27, she has passionately dedicated her life to helping others experience healing, joy, and purpose after loss. She established the unique support community, Soul Widows, in 2010, a supportive space for young widows to become empowered on their journey from grief to hope. She believes in the transformative power of the human journey and our sacred stories. Through sharing her own story, she hopes to light the way for others seeking a healthy, heart-centered, and fulfilling life. To connect with Elizabeth further, visit her author website at CreativeGrieving.com

  • 02:01

    Autism Ambassadors Corps Internet Radio: "Vocational Training" - 8pm PST

    in Training

    Jason-Bunn Parsons and Sam Bartlow, with their frequent panelist Erin, will welcome special guest and long time friend David Brown in a discussion on the topic of "Vocational Training" and the viewpoints towards it influenced by their generous heap of experiential knowledge.


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.

    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.

  • 01:56

    "Up Close & Personal" with Saxophonist/Composer/Producer "Dean Mongerio"

    in Music

    Dean Mongerio


    Dean has cultivated his passionate and commanding playing style through a vast range of experience in Jazz, R&B, Rock, Pop, Funk, and Gospel, as well as producing and arranging numerous projects and leading several of his own groups in various musical genres.
    Dean’s solo album debut. This album includes 10 tracks of all original compositions in a wide range of styles, along with Dean’s unique and inventive approach to using effects pedals with the saxophone, and features the talents of guest stars Khristian Dentley (Take 6), John Turville (Gilad Atzmon, Tim Garland), Anton “TC” Castillo (Akon, Jeff Kashiwa), and many others. 
    On the more traditional side, Dean has performed with jazz artists Rufus Reid, Marcus Printup, Sam Rivers, and Danny Gottlieb, as well as contemporary artists such as Chieli Minucci, Marc Antoine, Ed Calle, Chris Standring, Mike Phillips, Craig Chaquico, Will Donato, and Blake Aaron. He’s also performed and/or recorded with a diverse array of mainstream artists including The Temptations, The O’Jays, Steve Cropper, The Drifters, Ryan Shaw, Khristian Dentley (Take 6), and Tony Battaglia (Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, Mandy Moore, Shinedown). He has also been featured on recordings alongside Brandon Fields, Mike Miller, and David Sanborn.

  • Mandy Telleria: Good Deeds for Nonprofits

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Dr, Victoria Boyd will be joined by Mandy Telleria, Principal and Owner of VOI a single-source ideation and design studio committed to creating strong brands and memorable environments through a cross-disciplinary approach. She attended the UNLV School of Architecture during which time she grew enthusiastic about giving back to the community. Her support spans numerous organizations such as Susan G. Komen, NEWH and designMinds throughout the community. Mandy commitment sparked the launch of The Good Deed Project, a pro bono process which helps to renovate nonprofit organizations in need of facility upgrades.

    A registered interior designer she also extends her contributions into the world of academia by teaching architecture and design classes at the College of Southern Nevada. 

    Connect or learn more at:

    www.voi-studio.com - https://www.facebook.com/TheGOODDEEDproject100?fref=ts


  • 00:50

    How creating from pain can bring hope!

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with visual artist Gypsy Hundley about how her creative spirit is reflected in her artwork and is her passionate way of serving in the world. Gypsy shares her heart-breaking and inspirational story of having to watch a loved one be sent to prison. From this tragedy she created amazing works of art that helped her, and others, to heal.

    Gypsy Hundley has been painting full time for over 10 years. Her work has been displayed in galleries throughout the nation and purchased from thousands of spirits world wide. Starting out as an outsider/folk artist, Gypsy spent years traveling the unknown roads touring art shows and seeking galleries while living out of her van. Her tenacity to evolve and pursue an art career gave her strength to move forward. Her continual changes in her style has gained respect, recognition and admiration. When she speaks of her art, it is as if she's telling a story of an ancient love she has danced through life with, hand in hand.

    You can find her artwork at www.gypsyhundleygallery.com.

  • 01:08

    Walk Your Talk With LeAnne and Zara Phillips! Adoption and the Arts!

    in Self Help


    LEANNE PARSONS is a certified professional coach, speaker and radio host. As the CEO, creator of “The Tapestry of Adoption” and the Conscious Adoption Approach™. LeAnne's specialty is empowering the adoption community to connect and embrace their stories and improve their relationships as they walk into a Legacy Now Lived!

    LeAnne welcomes Zara Phillips this week! 

    Author,singer songwriter, writer and performer  Zara Phillips joins LeAnne this week! We wll chat about life, being adopted, the Arts, Run DMC, Roots Unknown, and Beneath My fathers Sky! What have you always wanted to ask adoptees? What drives us? Why do we do what we do? Why does it matter anyway! 

  • 00:29

    CloseUp - The 7 Steps to Overcoming Grief

    in Women

    To grieve is to be human, but so often we try to hide our grief out of shame or fear of feeling the pain. Grief Counselor, Mandy Eppley, and the Host of "Finding Hope" on eWNRadioNetwork.com, describes her 7 steps to processing grief. Why it's important to feel sorrow and joy. How grief actually teaches us about ourselves. She will share stories of those who have worked through profound loss, including herself, only to give back and serve others as they continue their journey through grief.

  • 00:27

    Marking Out in the Morning (Ep 11, 8/17/15)

    in Wrestling

    We'll be here every morning to provide you with the latest news, rumors and results from the world of professional wrestling. That includes all things WWE (Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Tough Enough, Total Divas, the Network), TNA, GFW, ROH and the Indys. Live, Monday through Friday, beginning at 10 a.m. EST. Call us to share your take on things: 657-383-1786.

    Co-hosts and featured guests will vary, especially early on, but you will always get a well-rounded take on all newsworthy items relevant to the IWC. This was a short episode, without a co-host or featured guest, but plenty of technical issues. We talk about Tough Enough contestent Amanda and former contestant Gigi and their previous bikini encounters! Jonathan Coachman hints that ESPN will be covering SummerSlam, The Great Khali opens a wrestling school in India, Matt Hardy crashes GFW to challenge Jeff Jarrett to a title match, and updates on rumored legends appearing at SummerSlam. 

    Follow us on Twitter @HEELZiggler_com

  • 00:59

    7 Steps to Approach Grief and Hope

    in Motivation

    Whether it’s due to the loss of a loved one, job, beloved pet or relationship, grief comes in many forms. When faced with grief, it can be easy to become stuck or confused as we’re unsure where to turn next. And, unfortunately, this lack of direction and inability to deal with the grief can lead to isolation and despair. 

    “It’s time to begin an epic journey of the heart and embrace the inspiration and empowerment that can come from the grieving process,” says Mandy Eppley, a 22+ year practicing licensed psychotherapist and host of Finding Hope on the eWomen Radio Network.

    Eppley, along with Chris Saâde, now a psychological and spiritual coach, has developed The Model of Heart-Centered Grief, a 7-step program available on DVD and through streaming access, focused on guiding those dealing with grief toward the special gifts that can be found in this process. In this episode of Finding Hope Counselor Mandy and Chris give an overview of the 7 steps, encouraging individuals to embrace this process as an opportunity for personal growth and exploration, as well as a way of transformation and finding hope.

  • 02:00

    Let My People Grow ( Episode 7 )

    in Culture


         Wednsday August 12th, 2015 - 9:00pm - 11:00pm (PST) 

    Your Host Dusty Bowlz, and Co-host Dabbin D will be doing a live interview with James "GreenBeard" Parsons. AKA The blazing Blogger over at BlazingBlogger.com and the executive director over at Growphicial House Las Vegas. He is a buisness and marketing consultent at Dr.GreenBeard. We have some new music lined up for you ladies and gentlemen this week. We will also be discussing the latest NEWS and EVENTS taking place within the cannabis community and industry. Looking forward to hearing from Hopper Stone this week on the Hopper Stone Cannabis Strain Review segment that takes place during our Grow Tips and Tricks portion of the show. Most importantly we want to hear from you, our listeners! So give us a call and be a part of the discussion by calling us @ ( 917 ) 889 - 8298. 


  • 02:00

    Autism Ambassadors Corps Internet Radio: "Transition To Independance" - 8pm PST

    in Health

    A new government act related to autistic individuals and their independance has been circulating.  James-Bunn Parsons, Sam Bartlow, and their regular panelist Erin will be giving this a throughough brush down with discussion, debate and a forewarning of what this will mean for autistic people.  They will be joined by special guest Jade Gable, Director of "Rusty's Morningstar Brance" (A home for Autistic Adults).

    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.

    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.