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Manic Aggressive Personality Disorder - can be defined, primarily, as a Pan-African clinical, behavioral, & mental illness brought on by racism practiced, against blacks, as an institutional way of life. This personality disorder cannot be summed up in a single paragraph, but book volumes by the hundreds, with each volume conscentrating on particular incidents that drove the black race mad with extreme depression, religious hypocrisy, or manic behavior leading to visible or blind aggression against himself and his aggressor in many circumstances. Moreover, the black race is fastly passing the dispensation of hurting himself but is becoming pleased to attack his, one time, master; at an alarming catastrophic rate.
Parenting is really hard, but it's especially hard if you're the parent of a child with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. There's so much advice being thrown your way, a lot of it telling you to be more firm, more consistent, and more diligent with the rewards and punishments. If all those sticker charts, time-outs, screaming matches, arguments have you feeling like a lot of parents do -- isolated, frustrated, and desperate -- well, you've found a program that can help. On this program, Dr. Ross Greene -- author of The Explosive Child and originator of the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) approach -- helps parents understand challenging behavior and overcome many of the hurdles involved in implementing his model. It's very hard work...and this is a great opportunity to call in, ask questions, get the support you need, and or just listen to other parents or relatives who are dealing with similar real-life issues. The program airs every Monday at 11 am Eastern time from September through May. Sponsored by Dr. Greene's non-profit, Lives in the Balance (www.livesinthebalance.org).
This show is hosted by veteran Northwest media personality Greg Crawford who is the college basketball insider for CSNNW.com and also regular panelist on Talkin' Ducks on Comcast SportsNet.
Although Greg covers D-1 college basketball for CSNNW.com, he is also a big fan of small college basketball and that is why he created, produces and writes this show, featuring small college basketball coaches.
Each week these five coaches are featured, in a fast paced, informative interview that delves often beyond the basketball world.
Brad Barbarick----Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)
Clif Wegner-----Clackamas Community College
Dinari Foreman----Lewis and Clark College
Curt Bickley----Multnomah University
Tim Cleary----Pacific University (Forest Grove, Oregon)
This is a can't miss show for any basketball fan.
This show is hosted and produced by Greg Crawford, veteran sports personality who covers golf and college basketball for CSNNW.com and Comcast SportsNet.
David Ogrin is the analyst on the CO Golf Show and is a multiple winner on the PGA Tour and also one of America's top golf instructors.
This is a fast paced show with lots of opinions, insight and news, plus some great golf tips by David Ogrin.
If you love golf or want to learn more about golf, do not miss this show.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT TONIGHT'S EPISODE:
EXPERIENCING POSSIBLE INTERNET CONNECTIVITY ISSUES WHILE TRAVELING AND BROADCASTING INTERNATIONALLY. In the event that such technicals pre-empt the broadcast, we will resschedule for Nov. 18. Please tune in and we'll hope for the best!
Recovering from Eating Disorders - with Certified Life Coach Susan Liniewski, CPC, ELI-MP
Susan Marie Liniewski is a Certified Life Coach who specializes in helping people with eating disorders. Having recovered herself from an eating disorder, Susan has come a long way in her life before being able to share her gifts with others afflicted by the same. Listen to Susan's story and be inspired by the hope in it, and by the healing she brings to others.
Mark Schall is a Certified Life and Business Coach. Visit his website at www.markschall.com and listen to archived episodes of Mark My Words!
In recent years there has been an alarming rise in the number of American children and youth assigned a mental health diagnosis. Current data from the Centers for Disease Control reveal a 41 percent increase in rates of ADHD diagnoses over the past decade and a forty-fold spike in bipolar disorder diagnoses. Similarly, diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder, once considered, has increased by 78 percent since 2002.Dr. Enrico Gnaulati, a clinical psychologist specializing in childhood and adolescent therapy and assessment, has witnessed firsthand the push to diagnose these disorders in youngsters.
How many men have ever been truly challenged by women to question their deeply ingrained sense of entitlement to and superiority over women? Our social structure has placed the man in control, which means men have conveniently had things their way for generations. Men have been judge jury and executioner over what is right and wrong for women and girls. Although today's women are more aggressive than ever before in most spheres of life, from the workplace to the homefront, men generally remain the dominant ones in the dating and sexual arenas. Why do the same women who demand equality also expect you to open the door for them?
We are challenged to accept no substitutes for the Presence and Power of the Holy Spirit.
As you pursue the knowledge of the Lord, settle it for yourself that you will resist the temptation to minister out of your own temperament, skill, position or personal inheritance. Many ministers, for example, are such good speakers that they are able to convince their audience themselves rather than allow the opportunity for the Holy Spirit to convict them on His terms. Another example is in ministering in prophecy or words of wisdom. You may have noticed how general many prophetic words are. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the Lord is not speaking, but that there is a lot of interference, probably from the person delivering the word. We are all to discern the difference, and encourage one another to “hold out” for the actual flow of the Spirit through our spirit. Many also have a tendency to add their own emotion or power of persuasion—the force of their personality—to their ministry, and the recipient is left overwhelmed by the person to the point they may not be able to discern the truth. Likewise there is a tendency to attribute ministry responsibilities to second and third generations, that a ministry is somehow a birthright of a ministry family and can be passed down from generation to generation.
Take note that it is possible to duplicate some of the effects of the moving of the Spirit through our own efforts, especially since most people will go along with what is being said or done. But the true results of His moving—freedom, healing, assurance—can’t be faked. Either God moves or He doesn’t: If He’s not moving, don’t try to talk Him into it. Likewise, if He’s “rocking the boat,” don&
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Couch Talk with Tom Alvarez Don't miss my live interview with actor Diane Kondrat today at 5 p.m. EST & 2 p.m. PST on "Couch Talk." We'll be talking about theatre and recovery. Listen on your browser, tablet or smartphone and call (855) 235-3451 toll free with your questions and comments. Find us on puremotiveradio.com. Tom is a journalist, TV Personality, and award-winning producer / director. Couch Talk with Tom Alvarez covers current affairs, arts & entertainment, pop culture, and much, much, more...