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Faaantastic! FDN Support Talk Radio is here for you to get information that matters most! Get together with Reed Davis, FDN Mentors and Special Guests. Submit questions ahead of time, or better yet, call in live and join in the discussion. This is your chance to pick what's left of Reed's brain to improve your understanding of lab interpretations, case management challenges, and business issues you may be facing.
Amy Zuniga runs the Mommy Mixers at Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas TX. She is joining me to discuss support for new moms--why it's important, how to connect with other moms, where to find support, and other topics. I'll discuss some ways that I use music as mommy support. We'll even take questions if you want to call in. This will become a monthly series, too, so that we can provide ongoing support for other moms.
In the news on Child Support, Alpha C Hales, Founder and President from Family First International ("FFI") will be our guest to discuss issues on what Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors face, when going through the Court systems and Child Support agencies, and what we can do to support our Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors stay out of prisons and out of arreages; and, informing these systems to work with the general public on options/programs (JOBS) for solutions to the problems.
Family First International, Inc-is a Delaware based grassroots Public Interest Human Rights Advocacy and Outreach Support Services 501©3 tax exempt Membership Organization for Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors, which pay court ordered child support. Open to service all men and women alike, regionally, as well as all other states nationally. FFI, Inc was conceptualized June 1999 and is also a Not for Profit tax exempt Delaware Corporation, incorporated in 2013.
FFI provide grassroots Public Interest Human Rights Advocacy and Outreach Support Services. As well as, Inform, Educate and Empower Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors, Custodial Parents, Non Custodial Parents, Youth, Clergy, Agencies/Organizations, Businesses and the General Public regarding the Unjust Laws of Child Support, via: The Bradley Amendment
Come join us...347-884-8684
Pitches from brand new bands and artists not tied to a public relations company are unarguably the ones that catch the most skepticism from journalists. Sometimes it only takes an unfamiliar name amid an avalanche of emails from recognizable PR reps for a writer to pass you over. If they’ve actually opened your message, then any sort of blunder could easily cost you.
Does that sound harsh? It’s not, really. I can’t speak for everyone, but generally, journalists aren’t unnecessarily mean; it’s just that there is more music than there are writers. There are expectations about the quality of music, of course, but also the presentation of your inquiry. Outlined here are five general types of pitches to avoid, and the mistakes commonly found within them. Keep them in mind when getting your pitch together, and you’ll better the likelihood of receiving a response.
Noble Drew Ali makes it very clear to the Moors / Moroccan (the true Americans) in his Divine Warning that Moors are in violation of constitutional and governmental principles and gives the Moors a clear direction to get back in National Order, Self - Authority and Self Responsibility and Power of Attorney Over Self.
'…I am hereby calling on all true citizens that stand for a National Free Government, and the enforcement of the constitution to help me in my great missionary work because I need all support from all true American citizens of the United States of America. Help me to save my people who have fallen from the constitutional laws of government. I am depending on your support to get them back to the constitutional fold again that they will learn to love instead of hate, and will live according to Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice, supporting our free national constitution of the United States of America.'
Dr. Ariston Awitan, is a retired orthopedic surgeon, after 33 years as a success in his profession.
Initially born and educated in the Philippines, emigrated to the USA in 1965 and then retrained in the USA to practice here.
He has established a non-profit organization called "The Jularis Non Profit Charitable Foundation".
The mission of the non-profit is to help fund a charity hospital in the Philippines, fund the basic sciences in the local college of medicine, and support seminaries through the education of priests.
Listen live every Saturday at 2:00PM Eastern time.
You may contact Dr.Awitan at: http://sozoglobal.com/jularis or call (713) 392-5493.
We are proud and honored to be joined by relationship specialists and founders of the Couples Academy, Hanasi and Danielle Pettiford as they discuss marriage and intimacy as well as challenge us to a 7 Days of Extraordinary Sex Challenge for married couples.
Couples Academy is the relationship-based organization dedicated to placing couples on the path to unity and fulfillment.
Why We Exist ...
If you poll the average couple, you will discover that numerous couples are unhappy, unfulfilled, unappreciated and simply going through the motions of life... Many relationships are plagued with temptations, addictions, infidelity, abuse, and divorce.
Unfortunately, monogamy has turned into monotony and countless men and women have lost the passion and desire to continue on. Couples Academy was created to become the light and the end of a very dark tunnel
Couples Academy has five very clear objectives:
1. We teach classes to educate
2. We create couples challenges to strengthen
3. We provide a community to support
4. We offer counseling to repair
5. We plan collaborative events to entertain
Why You Should Join?
We live in a society that challenges the integrity of love, commitment, and fidelity. There are countless temptations, distractions and influences that seek to pull couples apart. When you join Couples Academy you are entering a safe community of like-minded people who want the best for themselves, their relationship and their families.
You see red hearts, lace hearts, romantic messages and love in the air at this Valentines time of year. But after the lace and roses, most of us face the real every-day tasks of raising families and caring for our kids.
Most governmental agencies have some focus on keeping people safe, and some focus exclusively on keeping children safe in our dangerous world.
The coordinator for a Washington State coalition dedicated to educating folks about safety for children is our guest this Saturday. Kathleen Clary-Cooke is with Safe Kids Benton-Franklin Health District, an organization that provides staff, operation support and other resources to keeping kids safe. Based on the needs of the community, this coalition implements evidence-based programs, such as car-seat checkups, safety workshops and sports clinics, that help parents and caregivers prevent childhood injuries.
Kathleen spent a number of years in the communications field before going to law school and keeping a private practice for a number of years. Her work with abused and neglected children led her to her work with the Safe Kids Coalition.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about how to keep kids safe, and what can happen when we don’t.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
The shame and embarrassment about any form of disability can be found in most ethnic groups. However, there is a higher prevalence of stigmas over mental and physical disability in African-American and Latino groups. Host, Dr. Danita Applewhite and special guest Dr. E. Douglass Brown, share a unique insight about the stigma of mental illness and how it relates to depression and addiction. Hear students, teachers, and Veterans discuss how to identify symptoms, overcome shame, and get confidential help. Dr. E. Douglas Brown is a clinical psychologist and author. Your donation of at least $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to episodes of the Student2Teacher ™ Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7. This broadcast is a rerun of The Shame of Mental Illness aired 1-18-14.
Ask Dr. Applewhite IN PERSON at the 4th Annual African American Symposium on Disabilities, February 27, 2015 Learn more http://www.abil.org/2015aas/ . Highlights will be available on radio at www.askdrapplewhite.com
Welcome to Flava Coffee House, the home for a variety of independent artist/creative souls and their fans. Taking my baby Flava Coffee House from a building in North Seattle to the airwaves...we support some the best hidden gems in the music and creative scene from around the world.
Sit back and listen as I play some great indie music for you along with share some thoughts and stories...This is how I do it.
Again, welcome to my world and settle in for a good time at Flava Coffee House Online!
Support our Artist Gifting Campaign at: http://www.gofundme.com/flavamarlex
This week we will focus on education. Among many stories that have dominated the headlines, one that has stood out is President Barack Obama proposing "free" education at community colleges across the country. On the surface many would wonder why wouldn't all americans think this is a good idea? As much as we sufffer through unemployment, there are many jobs that go unfilled, becuase we don't have enough qualifed candidates to fill them.
Our guest today will be Dr. Todd Kitchen. Todd is vice president for earner support services at NorthWest Arkansas Community College. He is also veteran, pastor and product of the community college system. He's going to give us his insight on this proposal on this episode of #LFCRadio.
Join us every week for provocative talk radio about everything from God to Hip Hop. From the stock market to the Android market, your mind is to big to be thinking about so little. Join us every week for the conversation!
The Female Entrepreneur focuses on personal and business development of female entrepreneurs under the umbrella of having fun in business, motivation and building our perseverance.
With diverse topics ranging from developing business tools to staying focused on your vision, this weekly show is devoted to working through and beyond obstacles and hurdles that women entrepreneurs deal with every day. Whether you are challenged by money, time, fear or lack of support, Thr Female Entrepreneur is committed to providing solutions while having fun.
WOMEN DO BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY THAN MEN: As women, we tend to juggle more than most men in business. Learning to balance our lives, feel fulfilled, make money and keep everything around us working can be quite a challenge.
Show host and creator, Janice Montgomery Albokai-Strauser, described as a tenacious, passionate, radio show host, professional and entrepreneur has worked with the small business community, since 1993.
Janice has coached and mentored more than 10,000 small business owners & professionals nationwide.
Her career in ministry & business is driven with a desire to assist small business owners on their journey with a ‘Road Map and Keys to Success in Life & Business.
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