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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This topic is of particular concern for many families living with a veteran with PTSD, and is a growing problem. Join host Debbie Sprague on this weeks Family of a Vet Blog Radio show as she shares vital information on this topic including: Domestic Violence Facts, Exactly what domestic violence is, Veterans, PTSD and Abuse, Tips for ending Verbal Abuse, Creating a Safety Plan, How to end an abusive relationship, and domestic violence resources.
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 - 6:30pm-7:30pm (CDT)
Guest Call-in Number: 323-657-1470
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This episode focuses on healing veterans and post traumatic stress which has been highlighted in the news lately as a result of blockbuster movie American Sniper which has now been claimed to be the highest grossing military film of all time. Today we will be talking to three veterans from different branches of the military surrounding the issue of PTSD with the hopes of bringing healing and encouragement to veterans that you can still live the life you want to live. We will be talking to an Army Veteran and Chairman of the Fl Veterans Foundation, and then a Veteran from the Army National Guard and another Veteran from the US Airforce and how each offers insight and inspiration to veterans and others dealing with post traumatic stressers.
Listeners are welcome to call into the show at 1347677-0795 or send questions via the website at drameliakemp.com. This show is an extensio of the book by Amelia Kemp, PhD., LMHC: From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy - Alternative Holistic Descriptions and Healing Processes for 170 Mental and Emotional Diagnoses Worldwide!
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Author, teacher, life coach, lecturer, recreational therapist (...and more!) Debbie Sprague returns to TapFest to continue our exploration of hope, healing and guidance for the journey back home to self, from PTSD. Whether you suffer from these symptoms yourself, work with those who do, or have a loved one struggling with the condition, this show is especially for you.
Debbie's journey has taken her from her darkest hours and most humbling times to her triumphal return to wholeness, and she's here to show you how to do it, too. Join us this month on TapFest as we re-visit the issue in 8 practical steps anyone can do. It's a frank and friendly conversation about the 8 steps, as an introduction to the comprehensive wellness strategies she lays out in her personal yet comprehensive book, Stranger In My Bed.
Our first show focused upon the PTSD condition and Debbie's personal story, how her life and the fairy tale romance came apart, her journey through PTSD contagion, and how she found her way back. Tonight's broadcast focuses on the practical steps to retrieving your life and your heart. Please join us for research, information and wisdom made accessible, right here, on TapFest.
Your TapFest host Jondi Whitis is a NYC-based Master Trainer for AAMET, and also trains from time to time for EFT-Universe, in their veterans' outreach. She specializing in helping people find the courage to listen, think and live from their hearts. Check out EFT4Results.co for her latest EFT Training for Mastery dates and locations, as well as the next veterans-oriented training in Austin TX this June.
Join me on Thursday, February 19th at 6pm EST on In Faith Network Radio Show. My guest will be Bestselling Author, Chad Robichaux. Along with Brian Fleming, Chad co-authored the Amazon Bestselling novel, Redeployed: How Combat Veterans Can Fight The Battle Within and Win the War at Home.
For the first time EVER, a Combat-Infantry Sergeant and a Special Operations Force Recon Marine have joined forces to equip and educate other returning combat-veterans on how to FIGHT and WIN the most common battles they face after returning home from war (PTSD, TBI, Depression, Anxiety, Isolation, Suicide, Divorce, etc). Fleming and Robichaux's roles as Resiliency Trainers for the U.S. Military have taken them to bases and installations across the globe. Throughout the pages of history, America's warriors have fought several wars abroad, but after coming home many of these warriors REDEPLOYED to a new war: A War Within. The lessons learned through war can change a person's life forever. These lessons may even change yours...
US Military Maintenance is a business that trains US veterans to start a commercial maintenance business and to succeed at doing so. It is a program of Patriotic Hearts, a 501c3 non-profit for US military, veterans and their families. The founder, Mark Baird, and the National Director, Ethan Perez will be talking about this program and sharing the details this Tuesday at 11 AM on Friends of Veterans radio.
US veterans from across America have already started their own US Military Maintenance businesses. If you are an entrepreneurial spirit, or a US veteran who is tired of looking for a job, listen in Tuesday at 11 AM. Both Mark and Ethan have built janitorial businesses from scratch and made hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.
If you choose to join the USMM team, everything you need, apart from your equipment, license and insurance are provided.
For more information call our non-profit's veteran employment program, HirePatriots, at 760-730-3734.
Author: The Patriotic Business Plan: Strategies for Sensational Success
Todays show is on women's issues, Military Criminal Sexual Trauma Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and it is hosted by Stephanie Ruscigno who has just returned from Washington, DC and We are sure she will have some very unique insights for us to share on what is happening to our women veterans and their families. We will have some special commentaries from those in Washington and their advisers on the current situation for veterans and their families
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The legendary “Horse Whisperer,” Monty Roberts, is running free, resilience-building workshops for veterans and their families. The three-day program involves working closely with horses. The individuals and horses develop a special bond built upon mutual trust and respect. Join-Up offers everyone an effective tool to rediscover themselves through the eyes of the horse. This self-awareness exercise deals effectively with emotional trauma, anti-social behavior and withdrawal, anger, stress, combat stress and even Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI).
Roberts holds two Ph.D.s in Behavioral Sciences. In these workshops, he demonstrates the deeply healing power of establishing a trusting relationship with horses without the use of force. With his soft-spoken, nurturing style, Roberts assists veterans as they learn to cause a partnership with the horse. After three transformational days, veterans can better understand how to control their anger, confront painful memories, cope with real-life situations and move on with their lives and relationships. situations and move on with their lives and relationships.
We have been working with veterans suffering from PTSI, over the course of five separate recent clinics this year. The results are coming in, and the outcome is fantastic. We have people laughing and getting back to a normal life who have been afflicted with PTSI for upwards of 35 years.
All the way from Vietnam to Afghanistan, these injured warriors come home in a terrible state and need our help to reconnect with their communities. The horses are doing their work with incredible efficiency. Individuals are welcome to bring a spouse/significant other to attend the workshop with them. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open mike discusing how to fix the behemouth called the VA. We need to identify all the problems, strengths, weaknesses, failures to start the discussioin that must be brutally honest. Fix the culture within and hold ALL accountable. Firing at best. proscetion if necessary. Nothing is sacred or off the table. If it isnt helping our vets, then change it, We are done with rhetoric and all the dead weight with no accountability. Reward excellence and pink slips to those who deserve it. Innovate always to the benefit of our vets - lets find a way to fix what we can, keep what works and make the VA work for us! Its our earned right.
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TalkingJOBZ in 2015 for our Military Veterans and Their Families Tonight
with Steve Tomaszewski CEO & Founder Soldiers Family TV & Radio
Tune in Tonight or click on Link and listen how to:
?How to PREPARE for the Job Looking Process
READY-FIRE-AIM The 1st thing to do? LOOK at your Skill set
ASK FOR HELP!!! Time and time again we all know what to do, WAIT it's 2015 right? Do you think the job market may have changed from 1yr ago, 3 yrs ago-10 years AGO? Yes It HAS!!
No.1 CALL 5 peopkle a day and ask them if they had to look what would they do?
DO NOT-DO NOT Ask anyone-YOU KNOW WHO HIRING RIGHT NOW? It not good and the answer is always NO. By calling 5 people, friends or family it gives you a reason to say hello, how are you, and ask THEIR ADVICE. 9 out of 10 people do not know how to ask for help.
Send out an email stating you will be looking for new opportunities soon and can use some advice if and when they have time. OVER 70% of job hires are REFERRALS!!!!!!!
90% of all college graduates ARE NOT in their field of Study 10 years after college!!!!
Go to One Networking event a week small or large, NOT ONE A MONTH, Go to different events
Ask your friends and family to meet you for Coffee @ Starbucks or McDonalds and buy them coffee. A different setting makes the time short and pleasant at your home or theirs its not business and you talk about everything except. Get to the point, be polite 1 HOUR MAX!
DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE LOOKING FOR A NEW JOB? Veteran? Veterans Family?
Got a Question? Send me @ Steve@SFTVR.com CALL IN 1-909-202-8714 press 1 to TALK JOBZ