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Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch.
Lori Zeltwanger, PT best selling author of Answering the Call, with her contribution on Pelvis Wellness. She is a licensed physical therapist and owner of Advanced Release Therapy in Sedona, AZ.
Lim Cher Hong Chartered Financial Consultant from Singapore who has been in the banking and insurance industry for the last 11 years. He has received many awards such as million dollar round table and recently been recognised as America Premier Expert in providing financial guidance. He is an author and public speaker on achieving financial success
Toffler Niemuth Founder and still the owner of two international businesses. She knows a thing or two about starting and growing a business. Toffler spent six years in Asia, five of which were in Mainland China, where she absorbed the Chinese entrepreneurial spirit and started her first business. Now she focuses on her health/wellness company, World Vitae, and growing sales and brand recognition around the world of her award-winning wellness tea blend, Belight Tea, found at BelightTea.com
Our scheduled guests on the Nov. 25 edition of USCHO Live! are Massachusetts-Lowell coach Norm Bazin, whose No. 4 River Hawks stand at 8-2-3 heading into Thanksgiving, and Minnesota State coach Mike Hastings, whose No. 7 Mavericks swept then-No.-1 Michigan Tech on the road last weekend, and garnered three first-place votes in this week's USCHO.com poll in the process.
About the hosts
Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes "Tuesday Morning Quarterback." Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award, and is a studio analyst for NESN.
Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception -- serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and as RIT's play-by-play voice for eight seasons. Ed is VP and general manager of CBS Sports Radio affiliate 105.5 The Team in Rochester, N.Y.
Joining us this Sunday night will be noted Peoria historian and recurring guest, Norm Kelly !! A great storyteller with a wealth of knowledge, Norm visits us monthly to talk about the great history of this " bawdy & lusty " town that we call home.
Norm is a local historian and author with much of his writing coming from his real life experiences as a private detective in Peoria. Norm welcomes your comments and questions and can be reached at email@example.com.
Then at 9:30pm it's " The Marty Monologues: Kinda Like The Vagina Monologues But With A Real Dick. " featuring Marty Wombacher of MeanWhileBackInPeoria.com. Each week Marty joins us and lays upon us the linguistic stylings and knowledge that can only come from years of great experience !!
Norm Blumenthal, an attorney for workers and consumers as well as a regular contributor on Money For Lunch.
Kane Minkus founder of the company Industry Rockstar – which is recognized as one of the largest global business training organizations today. Kane has coached and consulted small to large businesses including Fortune 500 CEOs all over the world: including Disney, Warner Bros, Sony, Apple, and other large corporations.
Daven Michaels super entrepreneur and CEO of 123Employee has made a career of living the American dream. Starting his entrepreneurial career at age 15, Daven never looked back. Best selling music and television producer, NYT Best Selling Author, speaker & entrepreneur, Daven shows the little guys how to play ball with the big corporations and beat them at their own game. Daven’s new book ‘Outsource Smart’ has propelled him to the top of the bestseller lists. New York Times Best Seller, Los Angeles Times Best Seller & Amazon #1 Best Seller
Dr. Ruth Nemzoff, author of Don't Bite Your Tongue: How to Foster Rewarding Relationships with Your Adult Children (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008) and Don't Roll Your Eyes: Making In-Laws Into Family (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2012) is our guest on Monday, December 8. She will be talking about the complexities of family relationships and how they are often exacerbated by the holiday season and family gatherings. How many times have you heard: - "prey for me - we're going to my mother-in law," or: "my son's and his wife for the holidays".
Dr. Ruth Nemzoff is a resident scholar at Brandeis University's Women's Studies Research Center. She lectures on parenting adult children, relationships and family dynamics. Her papers are archived at the Schlesinger Library at Harvard University where she also holds a doctorate in social policy. She has served three terms in the New Hampshire Legislature and was New Hampshire Deputy Commissioner of Health and Welfare. She is the mother of four adult children, four in-law children and grandmother of eight. She lives in Brookline, MA with her husband Harris Berman, Dean of Tufts University School of Medicine.
Beyond the Norm is a place of discussion about topics that are off the beaten path. Myths and legends, science and beyond your hosts discuss and bring these and other tales to light.
Join Slav and Adrian as they enlighten you about the world that exists Beyond the Norm.
Homosexuality as an identity is increasingly acceptable in our society. However, we have a long way to go in offering help to children and their families as a gay child struggles with his/her identity, and makes the decision to come out. We need to find ways to be supportive to families and the individual child. The dynamics of a family are invariably changed when a child comes out and the family needs to be considered as a system in order to begin to come to terms with their child's identity.
Parents often feel stigmatized, and believe that they have not succeeded in being a good parent. "What did I do wrong?" Kids may blame themselves for even feeling any sort of sexual attraction to a same sex person, and fear they could lose their family, if it was even hinted at. Although many parents suspect their child is gay, it is rarely a topic that is addressed openly before the child comes out.
Today's guest, Dr Michael LaSala, the author of "Coming Out, Coming Home: Helping Families Adjust to a Gay or Lesbian Child," will help us understand the complexities of this concern and how we can navigate them.
Michael C. LaSala, PhD is a psychotherapist and associate professor at the School of Social Work at Rutgers University. He has been in practice for more than 30 years and he currently treats LGBT individuals and families at the Institute for Personal Growth in Highland Park, NJ.
Dr. LaSala’s book entitled “Coming Out, Coming Home: Helping Families Adjust to a Gay or Lesbian Child” is available from Columbia University Press and describes the findings and practice implications of a National Institute of Mental Health funded qualitative study of 65 gay and lesbian youth and their families.
Plus Size Barbie... Is Body Augmentations the New Norm? In this ever growing vain world, where no one is competing to be the smartest girl in room, thats a thing of the past. The new norm is who is the BADDEST Chick in the room. Hair, makeup, lastest trends and BOOTY or Bootylicious as it has been coined. Everybody is looking to get that second glance. Natural curves vs Enhanced curves.
The bottom line is what makes you feel like a million dollars. Are women wrong for getting their looks and bodies altered? Is there really a difference between hair weaves and breast implants? They are both used to enhance beauty. Is body augmentation worth the coins used? Why is it that women tend to shy away from telling the truth about work they have had done or monies spent on altering their bodies. These are some of the questions we will explore on Curves In 3D.
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Bullying may be defined as the activity of repeated, aggressive behavior intended to hurt another person, physically, mentally or emotionally. Bullying is characterized by an individual behaving in a certain way to gain power over another person. It can be classified into four types:
Physical, verbal, and relational bullying are most prevalent in primary school and could also begin in preschool. Cyber-bullying, arguably the most destructive and common form today, is more common in secondary school than in primary school. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullying#cite_note-:0-10
If you hit your kid, you give them a message that it’s okay to hit others. And a new study examining the case histories of almost 2,500 American children confirms that spanking breeds bullies. Lead author Dr. Catherine Taylor of Tulane University... factored out the influences such as maternal mental health and use of drugs, domestic violence, neglect, income, age, race and education. And spanking emerged as the most important factor in determining which three-year-old children developed into aggressive five-year-olds. ("Mothers' Spanking of 3-Year-Old Children and Subsequent Risk of Children's Aggressive Behavior", C. A. Taylor, J. A. Manganello, S. J. Lee, J. C. Rice, Pediatrics 2010; 125:5 e1057-e1065; published ahead of print April 12, 2010, doi:10.1542/peds.2009-2678)
Should we focus on early intervention with parents?
Bert remarks about the Ebola virus, Warnings Help or Hype?!
Jen Sincero bestselling author, speaker and motivational cattle prod who has helped countless people transform their personal and professional lives via her public appearances, newsletters, products and books, including her latest: You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life. She’s spoken on stages all over the world and has coached full-on super heroes, helping her clients build their dream businesses, become NY Times Bestselling authors, navigate million dollar business deals, find their soul mates and forgive their bitchy mothers who they now realize were doing the best they could. Her other books include the semi-autobiographical novel, Don’t Sleep With Your Drummer and the National Bestseller, The Straight Girl’s Guide to Sleeping With Chicks
Mark J. Perry resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and a full professor at the Flint campus of the University. Perry writes about a wide variety economic and financial issues for American.com and the AEIdeas blog. His op-eds have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Investor’s Business Daily and USAToday
Norm Blumenthal Labor law attorney and Regular Contributor