• 00:34

    Reading & Language Development

    in Parents

    Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.


    Since 2001, WeeHands has been an industry-leading children's sign language and language development program delivered through interactive, fun classes, as well as a line of tailored products. In 2014, WeeHands became part of Morneau Shepell’s Children's Support Solutions, an organization that provides health-centered and educational services to children with differences to help them reach their potential.


    This week, Sara will chat with Laura Reisler, director of the Park Slope Communication & Learning Center, who had over 30 years experience treating speech, language and reading issues. On this show we'll chat about reading and language development.

  • 01:07

    An Addict's Prescription: God's "Undercover Angel"

    in Christianity

    It's a lender. An oppressor. A tyrant. The oppressor wants you dead rather than freed. The oppressor: addiction. From drugged driving to overmedicating, substance abuse is a slippery slope and wide gate to destruction. The battle requires a warrior fit to rescue those from addiction's deadly grip. Meet Selepri Amachree: man of God, interventionist, musician, "undercover angel," and founder of the Xtreme Intervention Project. Jail time and a former cocaine addict, Selepri knows this demon well. For eight years, God has helped him rescue young and older people from addiction. Listen and learn why addiction is called a "lender," how Selepri was freed, and how he is breaking the chains off of addiction's indebtors. Learn also about his video project "Undercover Angel." We'll be joined by our ministry partner Dawn Bauer, founder of The Family Hope Line, a cost-free service that helps families with their struggling teens. We invite you to listen to this informative and uplifting conversation. Hosted by Nicole D. Hayes.

  • 01:01

    Was 2014 a Good Year for Your Business?

    in Business

    Was 2014 a good year for your business? Yes, No, Maybe? If not, it is not that you did anything particularly wrong. You considered the size of your business and made decisions based on that. If things keep progressing in this manner, you are going to have a perfectly acceptable small business one day...BUT if you want it bigger, you have to think BIGGER!! You have to find new creative ways to make your business look bigger then it really is. Listen in on this first Friday in January to hear some inexpensive, easy, and practical ways to make it happen!!


    As Donald Trump once said, "I like thinging big, if your going to be thinking anything, you might as well think BIG!"


    Listen Live to this weeks show and start your year off in the right frame of mind.


    ALSO HEAR HOW YOU CAN WIN 2 TICKETS TO THE UPCOMING GLASS SLIPPER BALL!!

  • 01:00

    LOVE INTERVENTION; WHEN AND WHEN NOT TOO, BUTT INTO YOUR FRIENDS BUSINESS!

    in Entertainment

    You ever notice your friend in a relationship that you deemed beneath them? When does telling the truth about someone’s love life become ok, when in actuality you don’t have to lay down with the person their loving? So why do you care. Inevitably, when the toxicity spills out into other parts of that person’s life and involves you… that could be an appropriate time to brooch the subject. Minding your business can be a slippery slope, especially when dealing with loved ones, who love ones, who are dangerous or destructive. When is it OK to intervene in your friend’s toxic relationship?

  • 00:27

    Slippery Slope Watch the Smooches Rope! OPEN Mic Poetry

    in Poetry

    You can gain a lot by listening to our SPEAK Spit Smooch Open Mic Live Poetry...we have been creating a broadcast platform that will help you through the week with a #HeavyBEVY of #smooches written, spoken, and debatable...it's our way of watching the #slipperySLOPE...join us & watch the SMOOCHES Rope...tonight at 11pmET...


    Follow Us: @smoochesradio

  • 00:31

    It's Not Fair!

    in Religion

    Covetousness.  It's not that bad, is it?  Everyone compares themselves to others once in a while, right?  The media (TV, radio, print, etc) makes a living of trying to convince you that you don't have enough (or that what you have isn't good enough).  What does the Bible say about this?  As Christmas approaches, this is a topic that hits pretty close to home.  Your kids come home from school talking about the classmate that has an iPhone AND an iPad mini (when your child doesn't have a phone at all).  What's the best way to respond to that?  Comparing yourself, your family, your kids, your car, your house...(fill in the blank) to anyone or anything can be a slippery slope (Deut 5:21;  2 Cor 10:12).  Listen LIVE this week as Dr Pauline and Catherine see what God's Word has to say about coveteousness and comparing yourself to others.   As always, we welcome your comments and questions through Facebook (Dunamas Center Ministries), Twitter (@YourDunamasLife), or by calling in during the show at 646-564-9618.


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  • 00:59

    Co-dependency Checkup - Part One

    in Relationships

    Because it is nearly the end of the year, this is a great time to reflect – to see where we are, and what we have grown through this year.


    I believe a big part of that is checking in with where we are at with co-dependency. Are we still handing power over to things and people outside of ourselves, or are we more anchored into our own internal solidness?


    “What Is co-dependency?” My definition of it is this: “trying to seek wholeness and internal peace from sources outside of self, rather than establishing those states within self”.


    What this means is: we can feel empty, fragmented, afraid and powerless when things don’t go right, or life hasn’t turned out the way we wanted it to. We can get panicked and feel unsafe, and in this state we can hand our power over and make repeated choices which don’t serve us.


    Co-dependency can be very serious. It leads us further away from integration of self (authentic powerfulness) and takes us down a slippery slope of disintegration of self (powerlessness) – especially if we continue to hold people and things outside of ourselves responsible for the state of our lives.


    This radio show is a Part One deep spiritual journey into why we are co-dependent, the many ways that it manifests, and how we can shine light into our disowened parts in order to become a true Source to ourselves, rather than trying to gain false substitutes for love, worthiness and wholeness.


     


     

  • 01:05

    Third Rail Radio A Rebelution Radio Joint

    in Culture

    Self Reliance:  There’s now no shortage of  ‘green options’ for us to choose from and we’ve been given the impression that as long as we behave in certain ways and buy the right products, we’re doing the best we can. This simply isn't true. And is in fact the slippery slope that leads right back into the system we are intent on escaping. The goal is to buy less. Use what you have. And apply pragmatism and common sense.


    We reject it because of its inherent inequity, lack of thoughtful design, and it's inevitable self annihilation. The farm and it's residents have set out to redefine what resistance to the system looks like. No longer will we fight the battle for quality of life, for the survival of our species, in the streets of the urban dystopia. Whose streets? Goes the chant. Not mine. They can have them. Those streets are the capillaries and arteries of the machine. The machine that is steadily churning this world, our environment, our humanity, steadily down the conveyor belt towards the end.


     No longer will we have our heads busted In by the lackeys and jack boot thugs of the barons. Pepper sprayed point-blank eye lids pried open by leather gautlets; hog tied and dragged down the street face bouncing on the concrete; ridiculed by the goose necking mindless minions watching their televisions and pointing their fingers. No longer will we be incarcerated for exercising our right to peaceful civil disobedience. Conveniently forgotten for an extra week or two in a putrid, dank cell, for a simple  misdemeanor. No longer will police thug batons meet their mark. Have the streets. They're yours. We will be in the field, in the workshop, in the development center, building something new. Something better. For I have finally learned, destruction and creation are mutually exclusive; they cannot be undertaken simultaneously. This is the totality of Revolution.    

  • 01:01

    LOVE INTERVENTION; WHEN AND WHEN NOT TOO, BUTT INTO YOUR FRIENDS BUSINESS!

    in Entertainment

    You ever notice your friend in a relationship that you deemed beneath them? When does telling the truth about someone’s love life become ok, when in actuality you don’t have to lay down with the person their loving? So why do you care. Inevitably, when the toxicity spills out into other parts of that person’s life and involves you… that could be an appropriate time to brooch the subject. Minding your business can be a slippery slope, especially when dealing with loved ones, who love ones, who are dangerous or destructive. When is it OK to intervene in your friend’s toxic relationship?

  • 01:01

    Your Child Is Not Your “Friend” laying down the ground rules

    in Parents

    One of the most challenging aspects of raising a teen is setting fair ground rules that your teen will respect and obey. Teenagers are inherently rebellious and could engage in unsettling behavior without a concise set of rules from their parents or guardians. It is imperative that you set specific rules and consequences while clearly communicating them to your teen. Conveying what the specific consequences will be can help you avoid arguments about any arbitrary punishments that you devised after the rule was already broken. Here are a few other tips you can follow when setting your rules:


    Be Consistent - Choosing to ignore a broken rule will cause accountability issues with your child and lead them to believe they can pick and choose which rules to follow. 


    Set Rules on Communication - Smart parents set guidelines on when a teen needs to contact them. For instance, if they have permission to be at a friend's house, they must call for permission to go to another hang-out spot. Also, it could be beneficial to require them to always pick up calls or return text messages from you on their cellular phone.


    Get Them Involved - If possible, make your child feel part of the decision making process by negotiating different rules and consequences with them.


    Make Yourself Available - Teens should never be afraid to call you for a ride or advice if they are in an unpleasant situation. Reward Good Behavior - Positive reinforcement can be a wonderful deterrent to your child breaking the rules.


    Possession is the Same as Using - Implement a zero tolerance rule about a child having substances that are illegal or not allowed in your home. This will avoid the "it belongs to a friend" excuse and avoid the slippery slope of letting a child think its okay for them or their friends to possess a troublesome substance.

  • 00:29

    College Algebra Overview

    in Education

    College Algebra help. An over-view of College Algebra and the types of topics that will be included in the study of this subject. Topics previously introduced in Calculus are now included in College Algebra, such as the difference quotient that provides the slope. We will cover basic graphs and their translations, polynomials ariithmetic (the algebra of functions) and compositions, polynomial equations as well as quadratic equations and much more.

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