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Please join us as we discuss Mental Illness. "What's on My Mind." With, Ms. Ashley Smith.
Ashley Smith was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia in 2007 after stealing a military truck and leading the police on a high speed chase -- a joy ride that landed her in jail.
"I heard voices. I saw images of people following me that scared me. I thought my life was in danger,"
After receiving treatment for her illness and learning to cope through medication and a strong support system, Smith decided to draw awareness to stereotypes by beginning her own nonprofit, "Embracing My Mind."
Ashley Smith's book "What's on my Mind is available on Amazon, please see a review below:
"Ashley Smith wrote her book according to the format of the NAMI In Our Own Voice presentation where people share their own experiences with their mental health problems. Ashley's experience is very unique and she is able to clearly describe what happened to her, what she experienced (in terms of her symptoms), how her family supported her, and how she was able to get treatment and move on with her life. This is a wonderful guide for people with loved ones suffering from mental illness and those who have a diagnosis. Ashely is an incredible woman whose story will inspire and encourage others to seek help and overcome their own mental health issues.
Please take the time and visit Ashley's blog- http://overcomingschizophrenia.blogspot.com/
Let's take remove the shame and embarrasement that's attached to Mental Health Illness.
Mrs. Delaurentis was never easy to figure out. In my opinoin, she was an abusive mother the way she spoke to Alison. Alison's dad is gone all the time, too, since Mrs. D's death. Hanna seems to be in a bad place this seaso and her bad hair extensions don't help. Caleb's return stir no passion. Spencer and Toby, Spoby, are a hot couple and the sex scenes are to die for. That and more on tonight's episode. Mr. Fitz is boring half the time unless he lifts his shirt to show his scar. What is E. Lamb up to? Who is Bethany Young? Mona deserved that slap as well.
Singing siblings Alec and Becca King, who go by the name This Boy That Girl, not only sing and rap, they also write songs and play instruments. Many siblings can’t even share the TV for an hour without going crazy, but this dynamic Pop/ Hip Hop duo will spill the beans on what it takes to work side by side! We’ll also get the inside scoop on their upcoming EP, releasing this spring! TD Radio hosts Aeshia, Moiba, and DJ Tygr will also share the latest in entertainment news, music and more! TWEET your questions for This Boy That Girl to @TeenDiaries using the hashtag #TBTGonTDradio.
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Thanks for joining us for another episode. David, Kyle, and Doug will be discussing the celeb nude pic scandal, a tribute to those we've lost, tweets we've received from our twitter followers, and more. Dallas is in gay Paris (pronounced pair-e today) with his hubster.
As always follow us at @TheSpilledTea, @Doquinn76, @KylieSF, @OnAirWithDoug, and @Odaat_webseries.
Matthew Grant & David Kirkwood will be LIVE at the FINAL Union show to provide commentary for our listeners!
Confirmed matches for the show include:
* Ethan Page (c) v. Josh Alexander v. Brent Banks - Union Heavyweight Championship
* Checkmate (Lionel Knight & Christopher Bishop) (c) v. The Southern Vultures (John Greed & T-Rex Atkins) - Union Tag Team Championships
* Buck Gunderson (c) v. Alex Vega - Union Northern Lights Unified Cruiserweight Championship
* King of Toronto 2014 crowned
* Michael Elgin, Ashley Sixx, Mike Rollins, Kingdom James, RJ City & more in action!
Welcome to the Barbershop Podcast where our panel will discuss Black Entertainment, Culture, Sports, and Politics from a Young G's Perspective. Any topic that is fair game in the Barbershop is fair game in our shop.
In this episode our panel will discuss Iggy Azalea's Sext Tape, Nicki Minaj's Fake Booty, and Ray Rice's Elevator beating video.
All Walk-Ins are accepted. There's always a chair open.
Call in to the Barbershop Podcast 646.478.3476 to discuss whatever is on your mind.
Email Questions/Topics to PodcastBarbershop@gmail.com
Marion "B" Brooks
Justin "Dark Skinned Jermaine" Carter
Marques Carter the "Notorious" MJC
Black "JP" AKA Uncle Paulie
TJ "Tinsmatic" Whitney
Chad "Arizona Ron" Houston
September 11th, 2014 marks an anniversary of the day the world watched the United States of America tend to an act of terror on it's own soil. According to New York News & Politics, it's estimated that over 10,000 children lost their parents on September 11, 2001. Imagine learning your parents are dead due to a suicide bomber!
Imagine learning your parents consider you dead to them (upon learning you identify as gay or lesbian). Daniel Ashley Pierce's parents said just about as much in this (now viral) video.
A recent Rolling Stones article: The Forsaken: A Rising Number of Homeless Gay Teens Are Being Cast Out by Religious Families offers us a critical look at the terror some parents strike in the hearts of their kids when they learn of their sexual orientation.
In this episode, we'll talk about this terror with an expert who deals with youth who face homelessness due to a variety of factors, including coming out.
Meet Raquel (Rocki) Simões, Program Manager for Avenues for Homeless Youth in Minneapolis MN. She manages the GLBT Host Home Program. Rocki invites us to explore deeper aspects of youth homelessness briefly outlined in her blog-post on VillageQ.
Join us in the BYGP Locker Room, as we talk to the university of Southeastern Oklahoma, D-Coordinator, Charlie Burks. This is a fabulous opportunity for any athlete or parent, with questions about college scholarships, to tune in.
Southeastern Oklahoma, is a division II program, that has a history of having great players, who are also great people off-the-field. Coach Burks, has coached at schools like West Texas A&M and East Central, and has a passion for feeding into young student-athletes. Come on in the BYGP Locker Room, to find out what it takes to catch the eye of a college recruiter, and receive an opportunity to play at the division II level.
Don Ashley with all the latest on our local tuna bite and more from Pierpoint Landing in Long Beach.
John Woodrum with another great day on the Pursuit out of 22nd St Landing with another great days tuna fishing. Lots of great tips for you.
Bill Varney has all the latest from the Southern California surf and a great tip sure to bring you lots more fish.
Proud father, Eduardo Camarena talks about his son's first two tuna caught on board the Pursuit.
Phil takes a moment of silence for 911.
Lots more too
The ISTA Entertainment Spotlight radio show is hosted by two aspiring actors: Ashley V. Bagley & Kevin J. Stone. It airs every Thursday from 9-11pm. Call in to listen or speak with them at 347-945-6025.
They talk about all things entertainment-wise from A-Z, such as current events, celebrity news, movies, interviews and more. They also give out casting calls for other aspiring actors.
This week they will be having another freestyle show, & you never know who will call in or what they will be talking about. Either way, they will be sure to entertain. As always, tune in and tell a friend!
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Focus on MDG 4: Reduce child mortality
MDG5: Improve Maternal Health by 2015
Special Guest: Ms. Marion Subah, MSN, CNM, RNC, PNP, FWACN
Ms. Marion Subah, is a fellow of the West Africa College of Nursing (WACN), a Liberian certified nurse midwife, A Maryland state RN, a certified Maternal Child Health Registered Nurse and public health professional with nearly 30 years of experience in health program management, training, and service delivery with focus in maternal, neonatal child health (MNCH) and reproductive health (RH). She has worked for a number of international NGOs, as well as the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW), and is also as a clinician providing direct patient services with last full time service delivery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Perinatal Services Department where she received a “Shining Star” Award for establishing the Dimensional Activities Program for Antenatal Patients and trained staff to implement the program. Ms. Subah is currently Jhpiego/Liberia’s country representative, providing management and technical oversight for Jhpiego/Liberia’s portfolio. She concurrently serves as Program Director & Education and Training Advisor on the Rebuilding Basic Health Services (RBHS) project, a USAID funded Project of the MOHSW, led by JSI and she manages the MNCH, mental health, and RH / family planning (FP) components. Read more
Marion Baker, Registered Therapeutic Counsellor and author of The Lime Green Plastic Covered Couch: Insight for Women Who Struggle to Find Lasting Love will be talking about her journey to love. Marion had been struggling through years of internet dating to find someone to share her life with only to find herself back on the couch again searching once more. As many in the healthcare professions, Marion then enrolled herself in a counselling program where she learned how to counsel but also learned more about herself and life lessons that were buried. Today's show will be a fun and uplifting time to laugh and tell stories, yet perhaps, you will find a tip or two in the gems.
How many people must you date until you find someone that stays? Are you looking in all the wrong places? Are you looking at all? Are the things you are looking for superficial or parts of your soul and spirit that need nourishing? How can you find peace? There are millions of people out there but the right one may be so elusive.
For more information and to purchase her book, visit: www.thelimegreenplasticcoveredcouch..com
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