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According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, 1 in 4 women (24.3%) and 1 in 7 men (13.8%) aged 18 and older in the United States have been the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime—females ages 18 to 24 and 25 to 34 generally experienced the highest rates of intimate partner violence. Nearly half of all women and men in the United States have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Domestic violence advocate, Charla Hammond, single mother of three that encountered verbal and physical abuse through a marriage of ten years share's her life changing testimony. http://www.charlahammond.com
Entrepreneurs and co-authors Amy D. Howell and Anne Deeter Gallaher launch their second book, Students in High Gear: A Guide for Aspiring Game Changers in Transition from College to Career as a practical career guide and resource for today’s 21 million U.S. college students. We are pleased to welcome Co-Author Amy D. Howell to talk about her career and her latest book. Amy will provide valuable insights into your digital footprint and your Dad's resume. "Students in High Gear" is also an antidote to the alarming rate of college loan delinquencies. With The Wall Street Journal reporting nearly 7 million people have defaulted on their federal student loans, this presents a crushing debt problem for graduates with severe consequences on the U.S. economy, borrowers’ credit, and earning potential. Chapter 7 highlights “The Importance of Debt Control and Understanding Financials” which helps prepare students to make intelligent borrowing and spending decisions. Amy needs to be at every banking conference in 2016. This is one of the most significant generational topics in recent memory. A can't miss show!
Dr. Jane Leserman, who will be speaking at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference this October, is a medical sociologist and retired Professor from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The focus of her research has been on how stress and traumatic life events (e.g., sexual and physical abuse) affect long-term physical and mental health. Specifically, she has examined the effects of stress and trauma on patients with gastrointestinal disorders, pelvic pain and those with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Her research has shown that trauma and stress are associated with many diverse and severe health effects years after these events. Stress has been related to faster progression to AIDS and increased risk for mortality among the HIV infected. Patients being seen for chronic pelvic pain and gastrointestinal disorders have worse health status (more health visits, poorer function, more pain) if they have a history of trauma. Dr. Leserman’s research has been the inspiration behind her becoming a member of the board of her local agency to prevent domestic violence. Dr. Leserman has authored and co-authored over 100 papers on topics concerning psychosomatic and behavioral medicine.
You will not want to miss this one-hour discussion on her research behind the role of physical and sexual abuse and trauma within the diagnoses of chronic pelvic pain disorders. This will be a sneak preview of her larger lecture at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference in October (www.pelvicpain.org).
William Jarvis was on the TMDS 'back in the day', where we discussed "The Jarvis Method" of TBI Recovery at home each and every day. Dr. Jarvis has developed the Jarvis Rehabilitation Method (JRM) in 2008 to create internal motivation to improve after a brain injury. Dr. Jarvis was in hospitals for eighteen months and has used these strategies for many years after his own severe TBI in 2000. Dr. Jarvis teaches improvement strategies that reinforce a person’s motivation. This method is based on his experience as a TBI Survivor, a teacher, a principal, college professor in Education, and co-leader of a TBI Support Group. His academic study in Education and personal understanding of the effects of a brain injury has provided an opportunity to apply motivational strategies to foster improvement during home rehabilitation.
A 'Magic Man' at heart and practice, the good doctor likes to see folks laugh, as well as seriously do his TBI gift of teaching and life coaching Brain Injury Survivors. Though is regular hummor is geared towards recovery, you KNOW mine is to. I'm just more of a PG-13 guy. OK, R occasionally.
Call in towards the beginning of the show, to listen and talk with Dr. Jarvis. (424) 243-9540. Let's talk humor, it creates social skills. Rolls from there.
Shona Banda joins me as regular co-host of "A Cup of Joe." We will be discussing Shona's historic case and lawsuit against Kansas, and UCCA, the new coalition dedicated to ending prohibition..
Special guests include Adam Assenberg- running for Sheriff and his historic lawsuit,
Jake Sturn joins us to introduce his incredible story: He will be joining us next week for an in depth interview...
We met Jake via this message:
Hello, I have a rather unusual case in which doctors in three countries tried to murder my daughter. She was born with brain cancer. The cancer caused her to have a stroke in the seventh month of pregnancy, leading her to have severe epilepsy and cerebral palsy. We have saved her life using a new dosing cannabis protocol we developed. No one will investigate or assist us, our daughter has been left to be die (she has never received any legitimate medical care despite being deathly ill). To see a full review of the evidence, you can watch a documentary that shows the efficacy of cannabis as treatment and how the doctors tried to murder her here: http://saveshyloh.com/#Video . We have exhausted all options. Through treatment with cannabis, our daughter's cancer is in remission now for two years, her cerebral palsy and epilepsy are fully controlled, and she has recovered from all of her stroke symptoms. If her case were made public, cannabis prohibition would immediately end as well as some of the most horrible crimes that are being committed in the hospitals against children. Is there any way you can assist us?
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Shona Banda:Motivational Speaker/ Cannabis Consultant / Author of "Live Free or Die"
Whistle Blowers who deal with judicial/legal interferrence with fair and equitable case adjudication in high conflict custody cases in family courts across the country the country face severe retaliation. Definition, Description and Scope of the problem. Our guests Jill Jones-Soderman and Bill Murray will be on to discuss this miasma. Visit the Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Court at http://www.fcvfc.org 866-553-6931 firstname.lastname@example.org also see http://www.njcdlp.org. See Bill Murray's sige here http://www.naasca.org/
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As teens develop emotionally, they are heavily influenced by experiences in their relationships. Healthy relationship behaviors can have a positive effect on a teen’s emotional development. Unhealthy, abusive, or violent relationships can have severe consequences and short- and long-term negative effects on a developing teen. Youth who experience dating violence are more likely to experience the following:
Symptoms of depression and anxiety
Engagement in unhealthy behaviors, such as tobacco and drug use, and alcohol
Involvement in antisocial behaviors
Thoughts about suicide
Additionally, youth who are victims of dating violence in high school are at higher risk for victimization during college.
Communicating with your partner, managing uncomfortable emotions like anger and jealousy, and treating others with respect are a few ways to keep relationships healthy and nonviolent. Teens receive messages about how to behave in relationships from peers, adults in their lives, and the media. All too often these examples suggest that violence in a relationship is normal, but violence is never acceptable. There are reasons why violence occurs.
Violence is related to certain risk factors. Risks of having unhealthy relationships increase for teens who —
Believe that dating violence is acceptable
Are depressed, anxious, or have other symptoms of trauma
Display aggression towards peers or display other aggressive behaviors
Use drugs or illegal substances
Engage in early sexual activity and have multiple sexual partners
Have a friend involved in dating violence
Have conflicts with a partner
Witness or experience violence in the home
After a personally painful experience 7 years ago, Paul La France found he was able to help others overcome challenging physical and emotional conditions by bringing through Universal energy transmitting it clients, often with profound healing results.
Around 2007, Paul was remembering that his grandfather was often asked to pray for people who were ill and expected to die. His prayers were powerful and often, the unexpected occurred. The person he prayed for recovered. So while in deep meditation Paul asked that he be guided to a way of helping people much like his grandfather had.
However, within a half hour of Paul’s meditation he felt severe pains in his spine, head and kidneys. In fact he thought that once again he was passing kidney stones. The Emergency Room doctors refuted this and added that none of the tests results were helpful in explaining his extremely painful condition. They didn’t want to release him and insisted he take morphine.
Shortly afterwards, Paul became very aware of energies running through him and out his hands. He came to the realization that his sudden pains after the meditation had been a release of physical blockages, opening him up to flow energies which can help others. Since then, he has continued to use and further develop his abilities as he helps people over come and deal with many conditions which negatively affect their lives.
Cindy Russell is an Instigator of Change. Her goal and passion to help parents and children EXPAND, EXPLORE and EXPERIENCE the full magnificence of who they really are. Her passion for this is personal, at a very young age she realised that adults couldn’t help her understand who she was. It was then when she developed severe anxiety that became a part of her every day until 1996 when I stumbled upon a kinesiologist. From that point on, she hasn't experienced anxiety since.
Now a practitioner and trainer in kinesiology, Life Coaching and Neuro Linguistic Programming and for the last 17 years, she has worked with kids and adults, witnessing what happens when people of all ages unlock their inner resources and recognise their full magnificence.
Cindy believes that if we all follow our instinct and intuition, trust ourselves a little more, believe in ourselves, love ourselves, life will be different. Imagine living a life like that yourself and your children as well.
MartialLaw is being declared nation wide for the United States of America. With severe Delequency by the public to the United States Federal Government. Other Nations has been notified to step in to combat against the people whom were caught stealing by hacking Government Internet connections and Websites. The Government is due for a full Nation wide Shit down. and Martial Law with Curfew set.
Author Carolyn Sherrow worked in the medical profession as a Physicians Assistant for 23 years while suffering with a severe mental health disorder. It wasn’t until she discovered that God loves her that Carolyn was able to begin to untangle the confusing impressions from her past that had left her broken and hurting.
Carolyn has written skits, newsletter articles and short stories for children and adults; including one story that appears in the Chicken Soup for the Soul anthology Thanks to my Mom, and another in the Bethany House Anthology entitled Encountering Jesus. Her supernatural suspense is awaiting contract, while two other books are in the editing and crafting process to eventually complete a trilogy.
Join host Patti Shene for this first episode of Step Into the Light on Tuesday, Setpember 15th at 8 AM MDT, when Carolyn will share her journey from the darkness of fear and despair to the light of God’s saving grace. Learn how Carolyn reaches out to others in need of hope and healing.
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My father, Keith Blair, went into the hospital in July of 2009 for diagnosis of back pain. Without our knowledge or consent, he was given a cocktail of Risperdal, Haldol, Ativan, Tylenol with codeine, and Morphine. When I asked the doctor about this, he said it was just "hospital delirium," Sent to a nursing home, my father was given more antipsychotic drugs, along with double doses of AmbienCR, the long acting version of the drug. He ended up with the bad side effects of these black box drugs such as heart trouble, severe dehydration and kidney trouble, and sudden diabetes. He also contracted a MRSA eye infection which spread to his lungs, fell 7 times in 12 days and developed a bedsore. (He was only in the nursing home 18 days.) He ended up a second hospital due to heart and kidney problems, where the same nursing home doctor treated him.) At the second hospital, he was given daily Risperdal, and we were told to prepare for his death. When I went through the records later, I discovered that a cardiologist said he was improving and that he could be released to the nursing home in a few days.
2. How to get ALL the records.
3. Your rights in a hospital or nursing home as a patient or family member. Know the codes in your state so you can use them. if needed, if facilities try to violate these rights.
3. Dealing with the health department for complaints. Your rights in a complaint. The complaint in my father's case resulted in a new policy from the health department, AFL 1108. It mandates that nursing homes must verify that patients on antipsychotic drugs being transferred from hospitals have informed consent forms in their records, and if not, that informed consent must be obtained before the drugs can be given.
4. Dealing with the medical board for complaints.
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