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In this episode of Independence Nation, Keith A. Pitts, MSE will tackle the issue of more police brutality. New York City police officers are under investigation this week after a bystander used a smartphone to capture a particularly rough arrest of a Brooklyn woman five months pregnant.
The video shows the arrest of Sandra Amezquita, a Colombian immigrant and mother of four, who fell belly first onto the pavement as officers wrestled her to the ground and cuffed her hands behind her back. The incident occurred during an early morning melee Saturday in Sunset Park – a neighborhood sometimes called Brooklyn’s “Little Latin America,” since more than half its residents are Latino.
Other news: cop asks man for license, and shoots him when he goes to get it and much more.
Pregnancy is SUPPOSED to be a special time for you and your partner, and there may be a lot of other people around you who are interested in your baby, such as your parents, sisters, brothers and friends.
People can offer a great deal of help in all sorts of ways, and you'll probably be glad of their interest and support. But sometimes it can feel as if they're taking over. If this is how you feel, it can help everyone if you explain gently that there are some decisions that only you and your partner can make, and some things that you prefer to do on your own.
You may also find that being pregnant puts you on the receiving end of a lot of advice and perhaps a bit of criticism, too. Sometimes the advice is helpful, sometimes not. Sometimes the criticism can really hurt. The important thing is to decide what is right for you. After all, it is your pregnancy and your baby.
Just because you don't have a partner doesn't mean you have to go to antenatal visits by yourself and cope with labour on your own. You have the right to take whoever you like: a friend, sister, or perhaps your mum.
Involve a birth partner if you can, and let him or her know what you want from them. It may help to discuss your birthplan with them so that they understand your wishes for labour. You can also ask your midwife if there are antenatal classes in your area that are run especially for single women.
Think about how you'll manage after the birth. Will there be people around to help and support you? If there's nobody who can give you support, it might help to discuss your situation with a social worker.
"WHAT IF YOUR TEENAGE DAUGHTER GOT PREGNANT?"
1. WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST WAY TO HANDLE YOUR ANGER WHEN YOU FIND OUT YOUR DAUGHTER IS PREGNANT?
2. SHOULD YOU CALL A FAMILY MEETING TO MEET THE BOY THAT GOT YOUR DAUGHTER PREGNANT OR NOT?
3. SHOULD YOU PUT YOUR TEENAGE PREGNANT DAUGHTER OUT THE HOUSE AND MAKE HER LIVE WITH THE BOY SHE GOT PREGNANT BY?
4. HOW DO YOU HANDLE THE FACT THAT YOU DID NOT WANT TO BE A GRAND PARENT?
5. SHOULD YOU BABY SIT A GRAND BABY THAT YOU DID NOT ASK FOR?
Aimee Raupp is the author of Yes, You Can Get Pregnant: Natural Ways to Improve Your Fertility Now and Into Your 40s.
We will discuss:
- How to get your reproductive system in the most fertile state possible
- Why it's important to understand your menstrual cycle and the best way to track it
- Aimee's best tips for eating optimally for fertility
- How toxins affect fertility
- How estrogen, bodyweight, and fertility are connected
Amy L. Riley is the author of Loving the Pregnant You, a behavioral analyst, and pregnancy coach. Amy’s desire for all expectant mothers is that they feel empowered and creative during their pregnancies, without being trapped inside any of the circumstances that may come up during this important and emotional time.
This book will help you answer the questions…
How can I enjoy my pregnancy as much as possible?
How can I deal with any issues that come up in an empowering way?
How can I discover and stay true to the choices that I want to make during my pregnancy?
How can I be the person I most want to be while expecting?
How can I stay present to the miracle?
We'll hear more from Amy on why she got into the field of pregnancy coaching, what she commonly sees in her clients, and exlpore ways that you can empower yourself in your pregnancy. Come listen!
Learn more about Amy at her website, and check out her current offering, Mommies Made Ready video series, here.
To learn more about your show's host, Bridgit Danner, see her website here. Be sure to pick up one of her free ebooks on the homepage.
Are you trying to get pregnant fast? Are you suffering with a high risk pregnancy?
You'll be amazed and thrilled as you learn how Sandra Jones-Keller turned her journey of a high-risk pregnancy into life altering work for other women and couples. You will learn simple techniques to easily have two-way communication with your baby saving yourself from unnecessary worry, fear and stress.
I'm sure you're aware of many stories where the couple tries for years to get pregnant only to conceive a set of triplets after they adopted from a third world country. Well, there is something to the power of your intention. When you can learn to harness your energy and direct it to your desired results miracles and wonders happen.
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Our special guest on A Kind Voice on Music is the wonderful Upstate Rubdown.These folks are a diverse group of musicians dedicated to creating fun acoustic pop music, with creative rhythms and harmonies. The band combines backgrounds in Jazz, Gospel, Folk, Bluegrass, Latin, Show Tunes, and Classical music, with a shared love of Soul, Motown, and classic R and B, to create a uniquely enjoyable sound. Imagine the Lennon Sisters meet Mumford and Sons with Bob Willis and The Texas Playboys to have sixteen espressos then listen to Django Rienhart albums. Let the dancing begin!
Host Mitch Ruth will ask members of the group about busking, upstate New York winters, their current projects. With luck, he will also seek an answer to the eternal question, "Where did my drink go?"
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Join Byron tonight with his topic "Women who allow men to down them when they become pregnant"
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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Gail Sheehy. Gail Sheehy is the author of sixteen books, including the classic New York Times bestseller Passages, named one of the ten most influential books of our times by the Library of Congress. A multiple award-winning literary journalist, she was one of the original contributors to New York magazine and has been a contributing editor to Vanity Fair since 1984. She returns with her inspiring memoir — a chronicle of her trials and triumphs as a groundbreaking “girl” journalist in the 1960s, to iconic guide for women and men seeking to have it all, to one of the premier political profilers of modern times. A popular lecturer, Sheehy was named AARP's Ambassador of Caregiving in 2009. She lives in New York City.
this episode Q&A includes:
• chickweed and comfrey for opening up oil glands in eyes..
• removing skin cancer with Mohs and calendula oil around stiched area...
• PCOS and wanting to conceive..
• praise for violet infusions and eczema..
• HPV- 90% of cases clear up on their own without any treatment..
• lingering nerve pain and tingling from viral meningitis- hypericum perforatum..
• preparation of seeds and meats..
• marijuana is the specific herb for glaucoma..
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Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, and Sarah Sundin invite readers to turn back the clock to days gone by as they listen to Bing Crosby sing of sleigh bells in the snow and get to know the Turner family. Three siblings forge their own paths in a love story filled with the wonder of Christmas. Hailing from the heart of America in Lafayette, Indiana, these characters will never be the same as the reality of America’s involvement in World War II hits incredibly close to home.
Tricia Goyer is the best-selling author of more than forty-five books, including fictional tales delighting and entertaining readers, and nonfiction titles offering encouragement and hope. She is a two-time Carol Award winner, as well as a Christy and ECPA Award Nominee. A popular blogger, Tricia contributes to a number of homeschooling and Christian parenting sites. She and her husband, John, live in Little Rock, AR. They are the parents of six.
Cara Putman, the award-winning author of nineteen books, including Shadowed by Grace, graduated high school at sixteen, graduated college at twenty, and completed her law degree at twenty-seven. She is a lecturer on business and employment law to graduate students at Purdue University and also practices law. Cara is currently pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration at Krannert. She lives with her husband and four children in Indiana.
Sarah Sundin is the author of six historical novels, including In Perfect Time (Revell, August 2014). Her novel On Distant Shores was a double finalist for the 2014 Golden Scroll Awards. Sarah lives in northern California with her husband and three children, works on-call as a hospital pharmacist, and teaches Sunday school and women’s Bible studies.
Chasity is a native of Southeast Arkansas, but has been a resident of the Midwest for almost fourteen years. She was previously a fifth grade teacher in the Ann Arbor Public Schools (Ann Arbor, MI). In 2006, Chasity met and married her husband Terrence. She is the proud mother of two boys, Donovan and Joshua.
After resigning from teaching in 2007, Chasity moved on to pursue plans for the future and to focus on her family. A series of unfortunate events in 2010 shaped her to become an author of a book entitled, “Broken for the Promise.” It is a depiction of a difficult journey that Chasity had over four years ago while pregnant with her son, Joshua. She was dying, homeless, and facing other hardships that she has since overcome in life. The message is one of hope and healing as there is restoration after devastation
Torsha Lynn’s life has thrown her a few curve balls, but as they say, the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray. Even through immense heartbreak and incredible joy, one thing has always been clear: she was meant to be a singer. Returning to her life’s passion to release her sophomore album, “Inappropriate,” which has already been hailed by critics for its “flawless vocals, hypnotic melodies and epic anthems,” Torsha’s latest album promises to deliver a unique R&B style sure to draw in listeners with her powerful voice and sound.
From an early age, Torsha, a Dallas, TX native and resident, filled her home with song: she was singing solos in her church choir at just four years old, competing in statewide competitions by middle school, singing in an all-female musical group throughout high school, joining the choir and band in junior high and high school. By the time she started college, on a full scholarship to Texas Christian University, she began to sing professionally.
I literally walked off the graduation stage and into a studio to produce my first solo album with Michael Lloyd, former vice president of A&R at MGM Records, and Emmy award winning songwriter Greg O’Connor.”
Torsha had immediate success, but then life and tragedy got in the way. One of her first songs was selected as the trailer for the movie “Love Hurts,” and while she was marketing her first single, Torsha and her husband got pregnant then lost the baby during the third trimester. The experience was so traumatic that she walked away from everything and opened Snug Pet Resort in San Diego at the age of 25.
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