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In this episode I start of with a little R&B and I talk a little bit about missing someone who is close to you and wanting to be with them . So when you do get that special person in front of you take advantage of your time together . If you were wondering i finish this set with HIP HOP !!!!
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Tonight's special guest is Deborah Dooley from Denver, Colorado, a NAASCA family member who's making her first appearance as a special guest on our show. "The support of the unity of your organization has already impacted me," she told us some time ago. "I already felt great about even making contact with you and knowing what you are doing that it gave me a refreshed hope about my own journey of healing." Deborah's a proud member of the Christian community, but also wrote me that she recognized the benefit of using a 12 step "design for living" for child abuse recovery, saying, "Many times, I have thought about how valuable it would be to have a 12 step program for abuse issues that could translate to help all people since the 12 step is so effective in its use." A 12 step program encourages belief in a Power greater than oneself, of course, but allows for a God as you understand Him. She said, "I, personally, hope to go through this 12 step program that you have developed" (please see www.ASCA12step.org). Deborah was born in Hawaii but lives in Denver now, and tells us she's the proud mother of a daughter who unfortunately ended her life in July 2013 after a long series of very traumatic circumstances. "My life up until her death was focused on getting her safe from abuse by her dad since the courts don't protect kids from this," she says, "and there's no place to turn for help at this point to protect your child. I am now working on what is the best and most expedient solution for the courts." She believes that these kinds of preventable tragedies can be stopped from happening to children and families. Deborah hopes to work toward making our country be more loving towards its children.
Perry “DOC” Black was born and raised in the great state of Louisiana in 1965. In 1983, two weeks after graduating high school, he left for his first tour in the Army. Perry hated the Army life and left the Army 3 ½ years later and became a steel fabricator in Louisville KY. After working for 5 years as a civilian, after losing his job due to involvement with union organizing. He then spent the next six months partying and one morning he woke up staring at the ceiling and decided to return to the Army. Perry decided he wanted to be an Airborne Ranger and was lucky enough to get a Ranger contract. Ironically enough, Perry had never heard of the 75th Ranger Regiment and was unaware of the destiny awaiting him in becoming such an influential member of the Regiment.
His career as a Ranger started when he arrived in 3/75th in July of 91. He is a combat veteran of the Battle of Mogadishu, Somalia in 93, which is the inspiration for the famous book “Black Hawk Down”, written by author Mark Bowden, and movie directed by Ridley Scott. Doc served in 3/75th, from 91-97. He then went to Task Force 160, where he worked as a Special Operations Flight Medic from 97-99. He returned to his beloved Ranger Regiment, at 1/75th, from 99-01 as BN Senior Medic. He was then selected to be the Joint Special Operations Medic Course, Ranger Liaison. He served as Trauma instructor and later became the first Ranger NCOIC of the Special Operations Combat Medic Course and retired from active duty in 2007. Some of his awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with Valor 3-Oct 1993, MSM x 6, numerous ARCOM’s and AAM’s, EFMB, CFMB, Ranger Tab and Aviation Crewmember Wings. His military courses and certifications include the US Army Ranger School, SERE-C, JSOMTC, Jumpmaster, NREMT-P, Scout Swimmer, JOTC, PLDC, BNCOC and ANCOC.
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Gratitude Night !! On this Thanksgiving evening, we'll pause to give expressions of our gratitude for our recovery from child abuse and trauma, and express our desire that we can be effective in our mission .. (1) to educate the public to stop the silence and (2) to offer hope and help to the still suffering adult survivor of child abuse. Wearing a Blue Ribbon is the symbol of Child Abuse Awareness! Millions of abuse victims (men and women) hide the story of their experience well into adulthood. A huge number continue to suffer from pain, anger, fear, shame and embarrassment for decades. Most will agree their traumas have resulted in an inability to trust, make good decisions and have healthy relationships. But giving up the secret is often how recovery begins, one survivor talking to another. Join Bill Murray and his co-hosts, panelists and guests, many of them abuse survivors, others supporters and friends, for an informed discussion of the many important issues that surround child abuse. Anonymous calls and chat room participation are encouraged. ~~ Please see our web site at: www.NAASCA.org
It's Thanksgiving in America. It is a day of giving thanks and celebrating our bountiful abundance. Each year, families gather from miles apart to come together in thanks. Even though the holiday was started as a rememberance of pilgrim days, there is something deeper going on here. When you bring forth an act of gratitude, you are at a very high vibrational state. The more frequently you do this, the higher your vibrational state. By making a conscious decision to be in this vibration, we automatically attract more good things into our lives through the law of attraction. This is something that many great teachers have shown us including Buddha, Jesus, and others. Sadly, though, many of us focus on what is missing in our lives. We focus on what is wrong and lacking. In doing so, it attracts more of that energy to us. We want to work on always being in a state of gratitutde in the present moment.
I invite you to call into my show on Thanksgiving to publicly declare your statements of gratitude to the world. It doesn't have to be big. It can be something as simple as being alive. We will also be ending the show with a collective group meditation to help increase our abundance and eliminate lack , fear, worry, stress, and any other concerns from our lives. I may also draw oracle cards as I feel guided, so please call in!
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Tonight's special guest is Barbara Ochoa from San Francisco, a returning NAASCA family member who's Executive Director at Help4Guys.org. Barbara's here once again to talk about the events that are planned in celebration of "Male Abuse Awareness Week" (MAAW) which is held each year during the first week of December. MAAW is an awareness campaign that was started by the P. Luna Foundation in 2008, and the website is an extension of that program. The main focus is to change the negative social stigma that goes along with the topic of males who are victims of sexual or emotional abuse and domestic violence. "Most abused males avoid therapy and treatment because they are too ashamed or afraid of being judged for doing so," according to the web site. "By bringing the subject to light once a year we hope to make this topic more socially acceptable and in return more men will feel comfortable enough to seek the help they desperately need but in many cases avoid." Since the awareness campaign's inception in 2008 we at NAASCA have been pleased to participate hand-in-hand with Barbara Ochoa, and Bill Murray has appeared at several of the live events. We too want to help men who were victims of past abuse break their silence, in order to inspire younger men into getting treatment. Like Barbara, we have seen more and more celebrities come forward and many more news stories reporting on males who are victims of abuse.
• Served in the Department of Homeland Security
• World Trade Center deployment
• Space Shuttle Columbia recovery
• United States Army 2010-2013
• Combat Infantryman
• Purple Heart recipient
• Injured in Afghanistan by enemy 8ARMY2mm recoilless heat round
• Honorably discharged
• Army 11B 2008-2011
• Iraq Deployment
• Purple Heart recipient ARCOM
• Medically retired for injuries sustained to face, arms, and legs from a RKG3 attack on our MRAP
David Maestas grew up in Vermont before enlisting in 1994 in the US Army with an Airborne Ranger contract. After almost 6 years in the 2nd Ranger Battalion he spent time with the Long Range Surveillance Detachment and 2-14 Infantry Battalion at Fort Drum, NY. His last 9 years in the military were with the 1st Special Forces Group having served as a Special Forces Engineer Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant and finally a Team Sergeant of two Special Forces teams. He has earned two bronze stars amongst other awards over five combat deployments in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan for almost 4 years of time deployed.
Since he retired a year ago, he has become an entrepreneur having successfully started several businesses to include Maestro Strategic Solutions as his parent company. He also noticed that as a Veteran, finding the help required for himself and others was difficult to navigate through all the agencies, non-profits and businesses that help Veterans. He started My Ranger Biz to consolidate Veteran businesses to address Veteran issues as well as help Veteran entrepreneurs to get started in business.
Tonight Wednesday November 25, 2015 6:30pm EST on WHERE ARE THEY? with Linda Crystal, Part II of Hitler Investigation. Was Hitler Killed in bunker or was it a cover up and escape? We will continue with this second part of the story we did not have last week.
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Join for our pre-thanksgiving discussion of God's Laws as they pertain to Healthy and Wealthy christian living in God's kingdom. This will be the first topic in the six topic series. If you are interested in living the abundant life God has promised you listen in and see if you are missing any of the requirements God has that may be hindering you from it.
On this episode of Talking In Circles we talk about NASCAR's championship weekend. Kyle Busch, Chris Buescher and Erik Jones were all champions in 2015 and we break down their seasons and what propelled them to the top.
Also you'll get our opinions on whether Kyle Busch is a legit champion or not after missing 11 races earlier in the season due to an accident at Daytona in February.
Plus we talk about crew chief changes for the 2016 season. Tony Stewart, Kyle Larson, Danica Patrick and A.J. Allmendinger will all have new crew chiefs as Black Monday hit for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series crew chiefs. Who made the right move, who made the wrong move and we give our thoughts on those.
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Mom of 3, kids ages 21, 19 and 18. Former NY Foster Mom for teen Girls. Presently in process of becoming Foster Mom in State of SC Marine Corps Veteran, Served US Marine Corps 1992-1998 Graduate of Briarcliffe College NY. Formerly of Long Island NY, Recently Moved to Beaufort SC Director of Operations and Board Secretary of Marines and Mickey Foundation
Haley Warwick event manager for Carry The Fallen, a program developed by Active Heroes. Whose mission of helping veterans, active duty military and their families. She guides volunteer Team Leaders from all parts of the nation to construct Carry The Fallen ruck promoting three main goals: to raise awareness of an epidemic of 22 veteran suicides daily, to raise funds to help support all of the charity’s free programs, and to encourage camaraderie between the communities. Haley serves as a point of contact or reference for Team Leaders, handles most of the public relations for the program, and interviews and writes for the weekly Active Heroes Features as well. She holds an associate’s degree from Jefferson Community College, and a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University. Haley is a recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award, is a Kentucky Colonial and is Hootsuite certified. In high school, she helped develop a pet therapy program at a local nursing home, training her dog and receiving certification from the Delta Society. She also developed an art therapy program for Harbor House of Louisville, a safe haven for adults with developmental disabilities. During her time in college, she interned and worked with many non-profits and public relations firms, while having her writing and photography published She was editor and a designer for her college paper and news website.