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Join us as our guest shares and ethical dilemma that they faced and how they resolved it.
Megan Cyrulewski is an ordinary person who has faced extraordinary challenges and now wants to inspire people and show them that hope gives them the power to survive anything. Who Am I? is about her journey into post-partum depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, visits to the psych ward, divorce, domestic violence, law school, and her courageous struggle to survive with her sanity intact—and how a beautiful little girl emerged from all this chaos.
Join us as we have a guest share an ethical dilemma they faced and how they resolved it.
Cynthia Luce is a mother, friend and compassionate woman sharing Invisible Girl to inspire you to implement change. She wants you to see what is necessary so we can collectively work to help save or alter the path of our youth. She is an inspirational speaker and advocate for change.
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Dr. DeGarmo has a B.A. in History, a Masters in Media Technology, a Masters in Educational Leadership, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Walden University. Dr. DeGarmo wrote his dissertation on Responding to the Needs of Foster Children Face While in Rural Schools. He is the author of several books, including the highly inspirational book Fostering Love: One Foster Parent's Journey, and the foster care children's book A Different Home: A New Foster Child’s Story. He is the host of the weekly radio show Foster Talk with Dr. John. Dr. DeGarmo is a dynamic speaker and informative trainer on the foster care system, and travels extensively, meeting with foster parents, child welfare workers, churches, schools, and organizations. He writes regularly for many magazines, and is a regular contributor to several publications and newsletters, both in the United States and in Europe.
You may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook at Dr. John DeGarmo, Twitter @drjohndegarmo, or at his website, http://drjohndegarmofostercare.weebly.com/
Welcome to At Your Service Yes Radio, hosted by Daniel Barth! This broadcast will talk about Connections in Business- The Importance Of Personal Interaction
This is a relational, personal field. This is a people business, and connections are vital to your business' success.
We explore this idea, and share some good application for your business.
Of course we also share a couple of news items from the day and also an encouraging word for you!
Thanks for listening to At Your Service Yes Radio!
We look forward to helping you with your business
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I will read from the book "Salubrious Living" & comment on it. It is a book mainly about "Natural hygiene" as a means of acheiving & maintaining superb health.
Let's continue back with Stripes Connections for a planning, gathering of ideas and vision for the year!
Our guest will be Sofia Bothwell
On the show Sofia will talk about:
How our emotions are linked to our habit of eating when full.
Listening to and trusting our physical sensations of hunger and fullness.
Self- acceptance and self-esteem
Addiction swapping – how losing weight permanently is healing an addiction
After recovering from five years of compulsive eating and bulimia Sofia Bothwell embarked on eighteen months independent research and study on eating disorder recovery in London England. Running self-help support groups for compulsive eating women in Violet Hill Studios, St. Johns Wood, a stones throw away from the famous Abbey Road Studios. She became a qualified Rebirthing coach and wrote the first edition of her book True Slimness. She became a mother and became involved in the home schooling movement while intermittently facilitating classes and one to one consultations as well as telephone consultations on natural permanent weight loss. While living in Shropshire UK she had articles on her work published in Here’s Health Magazine and local press. She now resides in Wales and has written pocket sized Simply Full and Weight Loss for Blokes. Now regularly giving talks at local Natural Health Shows.
Every week we discuss an ethical dilemma that our guest experienced and how they handled it. Join us for an enlighting conversation on ethics. Our guest this week is: David Tuccaro
David Tuccaro Jr. is a Mikisew Cree First Nation who overcame his fight with Leukemia, chronicled in his memoir, Bad to the Bone: The True Story of David Tuccaro Jr. Born and raised in Ft. McMurray, Canada. He shares his tumultuous journey of self-discovery through pain, hopelessness and the feeling of inadequacy to inspire others to overcome adversity. After finding his purpose, he is living out his passion of teaching others to save lives by registering to become a bone marrow donor. David spends his free time with his family and enjoying music