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We shall flip through a few social and basic brain injury Coping Skills, as I cope with the end of Payton Manning's carrer. We will discuss much, but after 10:30, unless you can talk Saddi into picking up the mic. A couple of speakers will stop by, and a couple of rock and roll songs if need be. I said, 10:30. Usually we on TMDS are very curteous and accept VERY early calls, which eliminates my preparation, and that's cool. I'd rather talk Live! with someone than, uh, "teach"'.
We will rock, we will ralk. Probably laugh, go ahead and "get my goose" for being 'late'. Or, is that when you turned us on anyway. And, TMDS is a Support Group, yes World Wide (Super Bowl is like our 'Football' championship or Cricket title). Check it out, there are some really neat commercials, no matter what country you are from.
Bring the leftover chips, and BYOB (as always) let's rock! And, as a lifelong Colts fan, man this hurts but 'Go Bronco's;' Nary a concussion fella's...
Sunday 9pm with 10 pm call in period on the Warrior Wellness and Lifeworlds Show with the rebel pastor -DeepakOprah for Warriors Rev. Mike Kim. He is an Iraq War Veteran and former monk friar, with an extensive backgound in war trauma studies and clinical work. He is a licensed psychoanalyst. On Sunday, Rev Mike will continue discussing warrior tramsformation on his show Warrior Wellness and Lifeworlds. Rev Mike will interview an example of a veteran college student pursuing transformation in his transition from boots to books. Adam Korzeniewski is the rebel pastor's guest on Sunday at 9PM. This is sponsored by Warrior Outreach Radio Network, Teri Nichols.
Adam Korzeniewski, is a veteran student at Columbia University. He has a diverse background as a US Marine OEF war veteran and also one that has a "can do" attitude as one who is studying computer science/statistics while pursuing various business research projects. Adam is not your average uber-business tech vet student. He also is an avid student of the humanities, warrior culture and social sciences. This semester, Adam is pursuing election as President of Columbia University MilVets.
Brain injury survivors, Lisa Dryer and Cam Compton join me to discuss reasonable and responsible and realistic resolutions in the new year. Cam and Lisa both are challenged by many health issues. Lisa is living with Multiple Sclerosis, (MS.) and Cam had a stroke nearly four years ago. Their debilitating illnesses take a toll on each of their lives. Were going to find out how Cam and Lisa approach resolutions in the new year, how they decide if they are reasonable challenges, and how they attack their illnesses to make their lives better.
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!
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JENNIFER ORN I have lived all over the country. I was born in MN and due to my father’s job (Federal Bureau of Prison’s) we moved around a lot. Virginia, California, Alabama, Pennsylvania and Tennessee are all on the list. When I was approximately 16, we ended up back in MN. I’ve also briefly lived in TX and OK as an adult. I received a softball scholarship out of high school to a DII school in MN. After being there for one semester, I realized it wasn’t for me. So, I enlisted in the MN Air National Guard. After completing AF basic training I completed the AF Security Forces Academy. A few months after completing all of my training I returned to my home station in St. Paul, MN. I was then sent to Desert Warfare Training with others from my unit and ultimately deployed for 6 months to Saudi Arabia.After I returned home, I continued my college education. I received my A.S. in Law enforcement and got hired on with a local police department (WI). I attended the WI State Law Enforcement Academy and I worked at that department for a little over 3 years. I ended up leaving that department to pursue a few other things. I ultimately ended up at another department in central MN. After being at this department for almost 2 years, I decided to resign.I am currently a professional dog trainer and animal behavior specialist. I attended a dog training school in TX and will be starting an internship at a dog training facility in another part of TX. I have already started my LLC (Liberty K9 LLC), and am just waiting to return home to get that going full swing.I have 3 awesome dogs, a wonderful boyfriend.
Jason Granite I am a combat Army Veteran and a Purple Heart recipient.This summer I will be braving the Colorado Trail on a backpacking journey to raise money for Nine Line Foundation so they can improve the lives of our Veterans.I’ll be hiking 75 miles with 74 other participants coming from all over the United States
YAWN! After a brain injury you get a little sleepy. I know I slept alot. There were days when I had no clue what day it was. My sleeping patterns changed as the healing process began. Many times I stayed awake and in silence.
Let's talk about getting some sleep. And if you do not sleep what do you do?
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It's been said, "Like Attracts Like", but how does one create a fulfilling relationship after a Traumatic Brain Injury? With your differences of how your TBI affects you, is that what you really want in your life after a TBI? How does one acquire what is truly needed? Very, very carefullly.
Join Kevin and the Marvelous Maggie as they share their story on how they met and discovered their differences, would actually help them create the kind of LIFE most only dream of.
Join Fantastic Frank as he explores the topic of "people who drive you crazy!" Ever have people in your life who make committments you're relying on, and then they don't follow through? Instead of taking responsibility for promises they've made, they make excuses .. Such as "It's your imagination", when they clearly made a committment (not a maybe) and then reneged?!
Are you having any such challenges in YOUR life? They say we can't do it alone, but what do we do, if the people who say they'll help us, don't get off the bench and follow through? Frank will be talking about his recent challenges along this line, and would love to have you chime in with challengs you've been facing .. And the best ways to deal constructively with the fall out.
William Dallas Burgess is a freelance indie filmmaker from Austin, TX.Following September 11, 2001,Dallas enlisted into the Army and spent 10 yrs as an infantry paratrooper with multiple combat deployments. Following his career in the Army, he transitioned into the private sector. Dallas' involvement in film happened by chance while working with an independent film group from north Texas.
Mat Vance served in the Army as a Cav Scout for 6 yrs and finished at the rank of Sergeant.He experienced combat in Iraq during a total of 27 months deployed. Mat graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2004, served in the military until 2010, currently resides in Virginia and works as a contractor
Retired Sgt Bill Ciccone lost his son James to PTSD upon his return from Iraq on 26th Nov, 2012.It was when he made his sons Memorial Page on Facebook that he met Davud Waters a Navy Vet that has struggled with Cronic depression and survived 2 suicide attemps.It was the writings on the FB Page that made David reach out to Bill and his family telling them Thank You for what they write as it has helped him deal with his own struggles and gives him the motivation to move forward.As time moved on Bill and David learned from each other and have depended on each other for answers from the 2 different sides they stood on.David explained to Bill the dark place his son was in when he took his life and Bill explained the grief and hurt a family goes through.Both have learned from one another and they decided to do something to help others in that dark place in life and the families that are left behind.Spring/Summer 2016 they will set out on an around the US End 22 Tour to bring awareness to PTSD and Suicide.They will be stopping to talk to Service members at installations across the US.They will include stops for fundraisers like 5K Runs and Poker Runs to get the word out to the civilian population.The money raised will go directly into the Spartyka Foundation
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Malachias Gaskin Is the Author of “A Warrior’s Garden,Therapeutic guide to living with PTSD.Malachias joined the Indiana Army National Guard in Jan 1994 at 18 yrs old and served both as a Combat medic and an Infantryman for 9 years. In April 2006 He re-enlisted in into the Active Army as a Combat medic and served for 8 years. He did 28 months in Iraq during the surge and Operation New Dawn. He was medically retired for PTSD,TBI, Arthritis,Hearing loss, and Bursitis at 100% and retired to the Nashville TN area.
After 3 yrs of counseling and medications from the Army,Malachias decided that he needed something more and transitioned to a more non-chemical based and alternative therapy based road to recovery.Using three main pillars,Faith, Music,and Organic Gardening A Warrior’s Garden was born
I was born and raised in Batesville,Mississippi,a small country town.I have two sisters and a younger brother.I grew up in a very traditional southern Baptist household with dreams of making it big in the world of entertainment.I have always loved pop culture,music,movies,fashion and left Mississippi for NYC to achieve my dreams.After years of going to auditions and sending out applications,I booked two reality show pilots that unfortunately, never got picked up but gave me relevant experience and the opportunity to network with people within the television industry.With the mind set of never giving up,I branched out into print work where I ended up booking a national cookbook,the cover of HawkCo.'s spring clothing line, and two months in a row featured as one of DNA Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive,followed up with a six page spread.With all this experience I'm still trying to break out and learn how this crazy world in the entertainment business works.Thankfully social media has changed the way casting directors look for talent an my Instagram has taken off with 15.5K followers.The climb might be slow but the goal has never changed
You Were Not Born to Suffer with Author Blake Bauer. Blake believes that loving yourself unconditionally is the key to healing yourself, fulfilling your life’s purpose, and realizing your full potential both personally and professionally.
By bringing together the most effective spiritual practices and holistic approaches to health and wellbeing, Blake’s work and teachings have successfully guided thousands of people internationally toward greater psychological, emotional, physical, financial, and spiritual freedom.
Co-host Dr. Dan Cohen with: Is a Spiritual Practice Always Relaxing? Technology has been developed that can help you feel so much better without the use of drugs and also help you develop spiritually. What is this technology? How does it work? Dr. Dan has been working with this technology for the past decade and he’s here with us to describe it and how it can change your life, but is it always relaxing. Stay tuned and learn more.
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