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Painful relationships and breakups can hurt you so much that it feels impossible to move on. The past seems to play over and over in your mind like a broken record. In this segment, Lyn Twyman will discuss stress and trauma and why understanding the difference is important to establishing healthy relationships and moving on from a past with domestic abuse.
Kristy talks to her dear friend Elicia Marie about yoga, trauma, and hippie chick stuff.
Listeners are welcome to call in and speak their mind. Some of the popular topics are Christ-Insanity, DIEversity, White Genocide, White Revolution, Race Wars, Black On White Violence, Lone Wolves, Immigration Invasion, The White Man's Bible, Leaderless Resistance, Racialism, and Miscegenation.
Hate is just as Natural as Love. It is NATURAL for you to Hate that which threatens what or whom you love. Nurture Your Hate.
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BRYANT DRAPER MD MRO, Tribe of Judah and Cherokee Descendant, is an amazing person.
A gifted seer and healer, he was reared in Southeastern Kentucky amongst traditional Appalachian hill folk. In his youth, he spent a lot of time in caves with his prospecting grandpa, and discovered Hebrew, Ogham and Celtic cave writings.
He eventually put himself through medical school, beginning in the Caribbean and eventually at Yale University School of medicine. He will be discussing Low Dose Naltrexone at length.
He has many years of work in multiple medical fields from general practice to critical care medicine.
Specialties: Emergency Medicine, Erectile Dysfunction, Addiction Medicine, Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Gestalt Therapy, Hormone Clinics, Pain Clinics, Urgent Care, Critical Care,
Inpatient and Outpatient Acute and Chronic Care, Tropical Medicine, Hyperbaric Medicine,
Wilderness Medicine, Trauma, Bioterrorism, Neural Plasticity Research, Neuronal Ischemia/Chemical Neuronal Injury and Regeneration, Vagus Nerve Mediated LES Pressures Secondary to Neuronal Blunt Trauma, Naltrexone Policy and Procedure, Naltrexone Mechanisms, Gene Mapping, Neuroimmunobiology, Cellular Mediated Transport Systems, Bioengineering, DME, Respiratory Therapy Policy and Procedure, Medical Business Start Up.
Jay Parker was born into a multi-generational Satanic/Illuminati family and received MONARCH trauma-based mind-control as a child. For the first seven years of his life, Jay was subject to Satanic Ritual Abuse in a large cult setting. On the radio show SRA Today Jay will be speaking on recovery and healing methods for Satanic Ritual Abuse survivors. He will discuss in detail new neurological and biological discoveries related to ritual abuse and life in general. SRA Today will engage a multitude of topics and guests, listeners are welcomed to call in 347 996 5515 or Skype
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What sustains us during times of trauma, and how do we access it in the moments we most need it? These are the questions that will be addressed in our next show with survivor and author Bunny Stevens whose powerful new memoir, Unholy Union: A Memoir of Clergy Sexual Abuse Within the Salvation Army Life, details her compelling life’s story about family and institutional sexual abuse and the power of faith and love that helped her triumph over her betrayers.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
Join me in a conversation with the man the Beverly Hills Police falsely arrested film producer Charles Belk Mr. Belk shares his story and we discuss how African Americans must continue to speak out about injustice and the disconnect between police and African Americans
Current events super show, did you know some went down over the past little while?
#Ebola is still ravaging Africa, racial tensions are once again high in America, innocent Slurpee machines are being murdered and some parents think it is okay to let little kids fire fully automatic weapons.
People are a$$mad about the #IceBucketChallenge and have raised some good points...none of which mean squat, quit crapping on something has raised peoples attention about a serious illness.
Did you also know that people in the USA still don't give a about Flint? that people are getting shot in Chicago every weekend and the MSM doesn't care?
Kinda sounds depressing doesn't it?
Don't worry, we will put a Canadian spin on it and take your phone calls....maybe.
Be sure to start your evening off right with @Bree_mars and @JoePrich followed by @Cnyr3bel hosting @RebelutionRadio and then little ole me <3
Join Shannon for some attitude adjustment and learning to be positive. It’s going to be a forum to get people sharing positive expression. Join Shannon as she shares her successes and failures with the world. And wants to give others the opportunity to share theirs.
** About Shannon **
For a flower to grow and blossom, it has to go thru a lot of dirt. It also needs a lot of care and nuturing. This analogy reminds me of all the tough as well as rewarding experiences I have had in life. Your life can change in a split second! I suffered severe traumatic brain injury on November 17, 1984 at the age of fifteen. The car accident left me in a deep coma for two months. My rehabilitation was learning to walk,talk, chew, swallow, and most importantly, to SMILE!!! The doctor's prognosis was not good, but my true grit determination proved them all wrong. With my Mother's "Never Give Up" attitude, she instilled in me that anything is possible. Abraham Lincoln once said, "Most folks are about as happy as
they make up their minds to be." This has become my philosophy on life.
Students in classes from pre-school to graduate levels experience the
impact of stress related to war, violence, and/or trauma. However,
stress is subjective and all human beings react differently based on
their genetic make-up, personality, experiences, and environment.
Adult Learners with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and
Depression experience even greater stress and anxiety handling
everyday pressures of work and school schedules. In addition, the
competition for present and future jobs is another source of great
stress for most Adult Learners. Dr. Applewhite and guests will discuss
ways to minimize the impact of stress reported by Adult Learners and
Student Veterans regarding conflicts in Syria, Iran, Afghanistan,
African countries and other places around the world. Listen to the
episodes of the Student2Teacher(tm) show any day of the week and our
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Bill Murray is the Founder of NAASCA (National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse). NOTE from Bill -- I'm hoping that after my more than 25 years of sobriety and recovery from all the issues initiated by my severe abuse as a child our new www.NAASCA.org non profit can resonate with hope for those who have found it difficult to share their abuse stories. I especially encourage sharing in appropriate groups. This is the beginning of recovery. Secondly I'm hoping our new effort can help bring attention to a growing problem the scope of which few understand. Its simply unacceptable that hundreds of thousands of young Americans fall victim to pedophiles, molesters, kidnappers, child ographers and traffickers each year.
"I want to take the worst thing that happened to me and turn it into the best thing I have to offer to the community," he said.
Murray, who grew up in New York, was sexually abused when he was 11 years old during summer camp; the abuse continued for three summers.
The organization will be aimed at helping child abuse victims cope with their trauma by providing resources and a safe space to talk about their experiences, said Murray, who was a victim of child abuse.
"I've gone through the recovery, and I'm healthy enough to be a spokesperson," the recovering drug and alcohol addict said. "I want to devote my life now to help other people who had the same experiences and have not talked about it, especially men."
Murray said he plans to use the Community Matters podcast to encourage victims, who can remain anonymous, to share their stories. He'll also focus on the issues of sex crimes, sex trafficking and child ography.