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Every generation seems to have its own group whose music defines it - The Temptations started the trend back in the 60s and since we've seen the Jackson 5, New Edition, 112, B2K, B5/Audio and now there's a new group exploding onto the musical scene - Mindless Behavior! This week J'Wan Yvette brings you their music and takes a look at their quick rise to the top.
At the start of their explosive career, Mindless Behavior stopped by TD Radio so we could get to know the teen singing sensations on a more personal level. If you can't get enough of Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, and Princeton, check out our most popular guests on TD Radio of all time!
Julie Forbes and Tracy Ross discuss dog aggression, and it's different subcategories and causes. "Aggression" is a broad statement and is too large of a topic to just generalize. It is important to understand the nature of dog aggression, and it's different forms and reasons.
Twelve years ago, Tracy was one of the main people Julie learned from, on how to work with dog behavior, particularly aggression. Tracy works with some of the most difficult dogs in the region, and is incredible at breaking through to dogs who don't seem reachable.
Brandy Norwood is a superstar actress, R&B/pop singer, songwriter, host, spokesmodel and record producer. Ranked by the RIAA as one of the best-selling female artists in American music history, Brandy has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, while receiving a plethora of awards, including a Grammy, an American Music Award, two Soul Train Music Awards, two NAACP Image Awards, three Billboard Awards, four MTV Awards, six Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, two Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards and three BMI Awards. She arrived with a self-titled debut album at the age of fifteen and went on to record a series of hit CDs that established her as one of the successful R&B/pop female vocalists to emerge in a generation. Brandy is a cast member of BET’s top-rated scripted series “The Game,” receiving rave reviews and will be appearing in Tyler Perry’s upcoming Lionsgate release, “The Marriage Counselor.”
Mindless Behavior stir up a frenzy wherever they go. Mingling R&B grooves, pop hooks, and hip hop swag, the teen quartet—Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, and Princeton—has quickly become a modern musical phenomenon with an army of screaming fans following them everywhere. On their debut album for Streamline/Conjunction/Interscope Records, #1 Girl [available September 20, 2011], the group fuels that hysteria with numerous worldwide anthems. There's another dimension to this experience. Each member boasts an eye-catching, 21st century fashion sensibility as well as impressive and incendiary dance moves. In the tradition of The Jackson Five, New Edition, and B2K, they're the new vanguard for pop.
Are you dependent on your good behavior to please God? Are you trying hard to be a good person? Do you find yourself comparing your moral standards to others? Do you think that people who aren't living up to your standards of moralism are somehow wrong? Does changing ones behavior make God love them more, or does it make them a better person? Join RTR this and every Sunday at 10am est as we talk about Moralism and Behavior Modification. To listen live, call 661 449 9951. To add your voice to the conversation, press 1.
Joe and the cats speak on age dictating behavior, and if some people need to grow up or not.
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that appears in early childhood. You may know it by the name attention deficit disorder, or ADD. ADD/ADHD makes it difficult for people to inhibit their spontaneous responses-responses that can involve everything from movement to speech to attentiveness.
Dr. Craig Wiener is a licensed Psychologist specializing in the treatment of children , adolescents and families. Dr Wiener has taught in the Psychology Graduate Department at Clark University and in the Undergraduate Psychology departments at Worcester State University and Anna Maria College. In addition to 30 years of private practice, he is an Assistant Professor in the Director of Mental Health Services at Family Health Center in Worcester.
Dr. Wiener has questioned the growing tendency to make behavioral problems medical disabilities and shows parents how to stop the reinforcements and alternatively develop their child's self reliance and cooperation. Author of three books, Dr. Wieners third is Parenting Your Child with ADHD: A No-Nonsense Guide for Nurturing Self-Reliance and Cooperation gives parents a powerful new drug free way to eliminate ADHD behavior in an easy to read format.
Joins us as Dr. Wiener presents his refreshing ideas about ADHD
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Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses the "5 Types Of Ratchet Behavior Which Ruin Our Lives".
There is not one scientist or researcher that can come up with one solid definition for what is abnormal, however flawed or problematic to be proven in some way. Now, researchers have been able to connect conditions or maladaptive behaviors to being abnormal but there just isn’t one single behavior that makes someone abnormal. Let’s take note that abnormal behavior is a social judgment. These judgments are based on the values and expectations from society as a whole. Though society is always shifting and changing throughout the decades deciding what may have been abnormal. Two decades ago, such as piercings, which were considered deviant and your mental health was questioned, has become acceptable today and is a part of a fashion statement. There was even a time when homosexuality was being diagnosed and considered as having mental illness, and now this country is legalizing same sex marriages (Butcher, 2007). The United States uses the accepted standard for defining the various types of mental disorders known as DSM-IV-TR (text revision). Some of these definitions are as follows:
• “It would become of great importance clinically when referring to behavior or a “psychological syndrome or pattern”
• “You will find mental disorders being associated while under distress or due to a disability” (such as being impaired or lack of function)
However, you can’t just predict mental illness or disorders based culturally or by coercing an intervention or basing it on an event, such as the loss of a loved one. We can’t consider this in the bracket of being mentally disturbed. However, researchers have found connections with the disorders in a psychological and biological manner when it comes to dysfunctional behavior. If you are suffering or confused about you or your childs behavior, if its out-of-control and your not sure on what actions to take, listen to my show.
What controls your brain? In W. Dennis Parker's book Spiritual
Mind Management; he reveals the observed functioning of the
spiritual mind and how to use this information in new hypnotherapy
techniques and protocols.
As the Owner/Operator/Primary Instructor of Certified Hypnotherapy Training School, Dennis
believes everyone can benefit by learning these new mental skills to overcome negative self-
limiting beliefs and behaviors, eliminate inappropriate habits, and conquer maladaptive behaviors.
This powerful information teaches individuals personal problem solving of past sensitizing events
resolving emotions that inhibit them from moving forward and achieving their goals.
After 23 years as a certified clinical hypnotherapist, Dennis wishes to share with the public
what he has discovered and developed as new spiritual mind management techniques.
Detailed in his book, Spiritual Mind Management, these techniques help parents and grandparents
obtain the skills and techniques to assist their children, grandchildren, and other family members
with unwanted behaviors.