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Join The War Room Generals this week for the latest and greatest in sports talk!
We'll talk to Fred Perdue of Heavy in the Games to hear what's going on in college football as we await the start of the season. We'll also discuss some NFL training camp stories and tackle some more hot topics.
Lastly, we'll touch on the hot button issue of the week; Stephen A. Smith was suspended for a week from ESPN for comments he made about domestic violence, in the wake of the Ray Rice situation. We will break down our thoughts on his comments, the suspension, and domestic violence in our society.
You DON'T wanna miss this one!
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For whatever reason, many of those with ADHD are particularly sensitive to what is right and what is wrong. Could it stem from emotional issues from childhood? Setbacks in one’s personal life? Or are those with ADHD more about principles and values? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, we have an open conversation with Dr. Ari Tuckman (http://www.adultadhdbook.com) about the notion of right and wrong and the sensitivities of those with ADHD around the topic. If you find yourself struggling in politics or over what is right and wrong, this is a show you won't want to miss.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff, go to http://www.digcoaching.com.
Issue: Black America has a police prejudice. Who's to Blame?
When black people see the police, they usually have negative feelings. Some black people want to run and some are compelled to do something that alerts the authorities to the fact that they are law abiding. Many blacks are afraid and think the police will harm them. And lately, like in the case of Michael Brown instead of protecting and serving the police have been shooting and killing, unarmed black men.
Does every American have this same prejudice? Are black people just overly sensitive to police brutality or are these negative feelings justified? Are black people just more criminal than the average american?
Terri’s life theme has been that of change and a continuous evolution. Through this profound way of life, she was exposed to the experience of living in every situation imaginable from homelessness and poverty in childhood to wealth for a period of time, and just about else everything in between.
Variety has also penetrated the roles Terri has experienced in life. She has walked the path of pain, loneliness and depression, but also enlightenment and that of an inner, peaceful spirit. Her roles in life have covered a broad spectrum ranging from wife and mother to that of a struggling single empty nester. She has been a performer, writer, subordinate and leader. As a nurse she felt privileged to love people through their last breaths, and as a teacher, help adults raise self-esteem through finding their fullest potential. Pursuing the bulk of her higher education later in life, she is presently completing a second master’s degree in preparation for licensure to practice psychotherapy. In the meantime, she volunteers educating the community about Alzheimer’s disease, running support groups and volunteering in community organizations with the intent to help work towards alleviating hunger.
Spiritually, Terri claims no religious affiliations, but strongly embraces the teachings of Christ and Buddha. She is a sensitive, but chooses not to pursue an external metaphysical focus except for encouraging people to find and exist through their own spirituality.
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Heidi Jane (nee Hanley) - Intuitive Dynamix™Creator, Practitioner, Teacher and Director - Heidi’s passion is to help clients and students through coaching, training and mentorship, to achieve their personal and professional goals, no matter how high they have their sights set. She teaches how to master your own intuition, giving you the power to make successful, congruent and authentic choices. She also helps Empaths and Highly Sensitive People to live exceptional lives, free from overwhelm and anxiety.
CALL IN TO SPEAK WITH HEIDI DURING THE SHOW: (646) 595 4274
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SHOW NOTES: In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, “I am being subjected to ‘The Silent Treatment’ from someone. How do I handle it?”
This is a challenging subject as many of us would prefer to remain silent about “the silent treatment” (ouch). Yet, we cannot do so. We prefer our aggression served out loud so that we are able to hear it. When we are confronted with aggression masquerading as innocent activity, it is slithery and elusive. When exactly did it start? Are we imagining it? Is silence really deafening or are we simply too sensitive?
In this show we discuss ‘the silent treatment’ at work and in our personal lives. These two questions will be our guides irrespective of the setting.
1) How much are you invested in the person?
2) How much are you invested In the relationship?
What is ‘the silent treatment’? Maybe I am simply imagining it? Or, perhaps I am confused and mistake a quiet person for an act of aggression?
The silent treatment is a form of aggression. It is not your imagination. It is not you being too sensitive. It is not that some people are quiet (as quiet people are not entirely silent, they simply speak less loudly and less often).
Specifically, this behavior is passive-aggression. “Passive aggression is aggression by “not doing” — and deliberately not communicating or giving someone the “silent treatment” is one of the more common forms of it. And passive-aggression can be one tool in an arsenal of weapons that people use to manipulate and/or a
Special guest, Chris Davis is returning to talk about a sensitive topic of losing a cherished animal companion. Her book, "Forever Paws" is filled with gentle words and joyful illustrations. It is a celebration of the timeless love we share with our four-legged friends.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY - A local theater franchise has canceled plans to show a new documentary about race in St. Louis County. According to Riverfront Times, Wehrenberg Theaters has decided not show the film "Spanish Lake" at local theaters when it's released this year. The film chronicles the decline of the North St. Louis County town, "Spanish Lake," situated just 8 miles from Ferguson, MO. Ferguson is the city currently experiencing daily protest since August 9, 2014 when Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 18 year old Michael Brown. Many believe the decline of both Ferguson and "Spanish Lake" are due to redlining by the county government.
The film's Facebook page posted the following statement:
SPANISH LAKE was planned to come back to St. Louis theaters on September 5th. However, Wehrenberg Theatres has decided to cancel the screenings due to the recent developments in Ferguson. We respect their decision and are sensitive to the tensions in the area, but we are disappointed because we believe the message of the film is more important than ever before.
Once it was unassuming. You got married, had kids, worked, and stayed married whether you could stand each other or not. The concept of "a happy marriage” was no more applicable than the idea of "a pretty barn." Many of today’s marriage are temperature sensitive - a cold marriage, filled with contempt and misery or a lukewarm marriage, (perhaps the worst) filled with pointless days, stagnant affection and detached intimacy.
So, what do couples who describe their marriages as remarkable do differently than those who describe their marriages as simply average?
Get ready for the most fun you'll have anywhere during the next hour of your life!
Tonight's Special Guest Star: Author Jason Nino! Jason will tell us about his book "Journey of a Whispering Heart."
This collection of contemporary romantic poetry explores the many joys and agonies of the miracle of love. It was written for lovers of all persuasions and for those who know enough to treasure love, no matter with whom it is shared—man with woman, man with man, or woman with woman. Author Jason S. Nino explores love as a human emotion, with all of its turmoil, longing, false hope, disappointment, and exuberance, from the perspective of a young man’s expressive heart.
When it comes to love, there is no holding back. All feelings are communicated with wondrous expression. The power of this book is in its ability to move the reader’s emotions through its imagery, words, and art.
Since he was old enough to put pen to paper, Jason knew he wanted to write poetry. As early as the first grade, Jason won a county competition for creative story writing. He began writing poetry as a child and grew accustomed to putting his thoughts and emotions into his poems. He is a sensitive, imaginative, and emotional poet. He reaches into the depths of his heart, explores deeply, and utters every possible feeling that one can experience under the spell of love.
Call in to ask a question, comment or request a song: 323 657-1493
We've all seen them: moms breastfeeding their children in a public place. Are they discrete about it? Are they covered? Are they letting it all hang out? Is the breast purely a sexual object, or is it only to be used to feed your baby? This week, Dr Pauline and Catherine tackle this (often sensitive) subject. Did you know the Bible actually has quite a bit to say about the breast - both sexually and for nursing? Listen LIVE to hear what God's Word has to say about women and breastfeeding.
UPCOMING EVENTS (www.dunamascenter.com):
November 8, 2014 - Choices for a Discerning Childbirth Seminar
8-week Preparation for a Discerning Childbirth Classes start September 15, 2014
October 13, 2014 (Kansas City, MO): "Life is Trauma" Counselor Training where Dr Pauline will be trainnig Christian couselors to take a body, mind, spirit approach to healing trauma.
Dr Pauline will be speaking to ICAN groups about Birth Traumatomology Syndrome (BTS) after cesearans and ideas for healing in the following locations:
Little Rock, AR (October, 16, 2014)
Jackson, MS (October, 23, 2014)
Springfield, MO (October 28, 2014)
Our website is currently being updated. Watch for our new website soon!
Dr Pauline's Proverbs Study, "Choices and Consequences" workbook will be available September 1, 2014.
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