• 01:01

    Yammering Lew with Stiev Stigma: TWISTED JUSTICE!!

    in Entertainment

    Lew and Stiev discuss online dating, video games, their crazy vision of "twisted justice" during an imaginary time of lawlessness.  Also, music and tech.  Also, Lew will probably RANT about Facebook, online dating, and why he is sad that chat rooms suck soo bad.

  • 02:03

    The Curvy Girls Guide to Life, Love & Lust..................

    in Romance

    We're discussing it all, from the stigma of "curvy" women in America, dating as a plus-sized woman, insecurities, fashion, confidence, sex (of course, this IS AfterHourz Radio) and more!


    Join us this Wednesday at 10p EST with special guests: Nikki Dollaz, MzShay and Coach Kish from The Curve! The Curve Nation is a multimedia showcase celebrating the unique and ever evolving beauty of plus-sized women all over the world. They spotlight the fact that elegance and beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. From fashion and finance to fitness and romance, The Curve/The Curve Nation was designed with the ultimate diva in mind! Their mission is to empower, entertain and inspire plus-sized women worldwide to embrace their curves and become mentally, spiritually, and financially healthy.



     

  • 00:30

    STIGMA FIGHTERS WITH SARAH FADER

    in Education

    On February 16th, 4:30 p.m. EST Kyrian's guest, Sarah Fader, will discuss her organization, Stigma Fighters.


    Stigma Fighters is an organization dedicated to spreading awareness about mental health issues in high schools and colleges around the United States. It began as a blog series where people shared 1000 word essays about living with a variety of mental illnesses. The organization was founded by Psychology Today and Huffington Post Blogger, Sarah Fader. The basis of the program focuses on the invaluable benefits of sharing one’s story. Now, Stigma Fighters is coming off the Internet and into high schools and colleges. Stigma Fighters chapters are being established throughout the United States, beginning with the New York metropolitan area.The organization seeks to empower student’s voices and allow them the opportunity to share their stories with confidence and without fear of being judged.


    For further information or to bring Stigma Fighters to your educational community for speaking events and student involvement contact Sarah Fader, founder at (917) 699-9578 Email: sarahfader@gmail.com


    http://www.stigmafighters.com/


     

  • 00:56

    Mental Health Madness! with Mike Dwire

    in Health

    Join me as I talk to best friend, colleague, technician, and in his words 'the most mentally stable person you know' about Seasonal Affective Disorder and all of the crazy things we have learned in the last couple years about mental illness!!


    No agenda, but guaranteed fun!

  • 01:00

    Conversations with Counselor Mandy: Inspired Stories of HOPE! - Kathryn Goetzke

    in Psychology

    Mandy Eppley interviews Kathryn Goetzke, entrepreneur, innovator and social activist fighting the stigmatism associated with depression. They will be talking about her story and the theme of Service - the 6th Step from The Model of Heart-Centered Grief.


    Kathryn Goetzke is the founder of the 501(c) 3iFred, the International Foundation for Research and Education for Depression (www.depression.org). She is also the entrepreneur and innovator behind Mood-lites™ (www.themoodfactory.com), a new category of lighting in the U.S. lighting marketplace. She founded iFred based on research at the time by the World Health Organization that less than 25% of people with currently diagnosable depression are receiving treatment due to stigma (or, as she calls it, negative brand or positioning), and is dedicated to increasing the number of those being treated to 100%.

  • 00:15

    Do YOU think Mental Health Matters?

    in Health

    Hi y'all! My name is Chrissie Hodges. I am a mental health advocate/public speaker and coach/peer specialist for individuals with mental illness. This first show is a introduction to what Mental Illness Matters is going to look like. We will be tackling the common myths and misconceptions that society holds about individuals with mental illnesses each week with one on one interviews as well as hot topics with different hosts.


    Check out my first teaser episode here to learn more about me, why it is that mental health is my passion, and how YOU can make a difference in abolishing the stigma associated with mental illness!

  • 01:51

    TCH Ep. 59: Author Michael Kriegsman

    in Film

    On this episode we will have Michael Kriegsman, author of the upcoming graphic novel “One of Us: The Making of Tod Browning’s ‘Freaks’ – Reimagined". We will ask him about how the book came about, the history of Freaks and the stigma that followed the film and its maker Tod Browning, what historical relevence the film holds to this day and where his interest in the film came from.


    We will be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray Release of Animal as well as Cult Epic's Limited Edition Blu-Ray of Nekromantik 2!


    We will also be featuring Ensiferum and their new CD One Man Army in our Metal Blade Spotlight!

  • 02:00

    SUBSTANCE ABUSE & MENTAL HEALTH: The chicken or the egg?

    in Self Help

    Special Guest Interview: Dr. LaNae Jaimez, Professor of Psychology, Solano Community College


    Long gone are the days when a substance abuse treatment program ONLY treats substance use disorders. In todays landscape most if not all programs are Dual Diagnosed or Co-occuring capable. Join us as we discuss the role mental health treatment has played in the successful recovery from substance abuse for many individuals. It wasn't always so. The integration of mental health into mainstream substance abuse treatment was not a smooth one. There were (still are) difficulties with traditional treatment program staff accepting, and understanding mental health treatment. The stigma attached to having a mental health disorder contributes to client reluctance to fully engage in the assessment process. Our guest breaks down the rise of mental health treatment as an integral part of substance abuse treatment and recovery.


    Show Segments:  Happy Recap, Guest Interview, Recovery Support Time

  • 02:02

    The Road to Recovery - Working to erase the Stigma of Recovery-Host Dan Czuba

    in Business

    Join Me tonight from 7 to 9 PM CST as we talk candidly about recovery from addictions. As a Recovering Alcoholic I bring a unique viewpoint on how I worked to find my path to recovery. Using various programs such as Alcoholic Anonymous, and Celebrate Recovery (A Chritian Based Recovery Program) I have managed to grow in my 19 year 5 months and 15 days of recovery. I am a Small Business owner - the Managing Broker for my own Real Estate Office serving the Western Suburbs of Chicago. What used to "Contribute to my need to Drink - no longer controls me and I deal with my day to day struggles in a healthier manner. Drug & Alcohol free! This is a LIVE Call-in SHow thus if you have any questions / comments or just wish to share your very own Experience Strength and Hope - I/we welcome you to call in at 323-580-5755 or just log in and listen while learning how to grow beyond the constraints of ANY Addiction - working the 12 Step of Recovery and with the help of those who have found Serenity. We are NOT Counselors/Therapists/Pyschologists/Psychiatrists...Just real people helping each other out...COme on JOIN ME/US. 323-580-5755

  • 01:55

    From Darkness to Light Blackout! - Black Atheists Profiled:

    in Religion

    The African American community has always boasted of a strong spiritual foundation born from the days of slavery onward. The Church was also seen as spiritual oasis during the turbulent times of the civil rights movement when it fulfilled the role of school, community meeting place, news center, and political headquarters. For many blacks, attending Church was never a matter of choice but of obligation. But in this day and age, an ever increasing number of African Americans are taking a stand and declaring themselves free of these cultural and institutional boundaries.  And if there was ever a stigma attached to being an Atheist then it is doubled in consideration of race. These Black Atheists, Humanists and so-called free thinkers are on the move spreading their anti-gospel to every African American within earshot – letting them know that if they have doubts, they are not alone. But is there war truly against God? ; Or against Religion? And do they even know the difference between the two? Join us today for another installment of From Darkness to Light as we examine a Satanic Plot to further separate the Biblical Children of God from their rightful inheritance.

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    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thebocc/2012/05/23/from-darkness-to-light

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  • 02:01

    Ladies, Does Loving You, Mean You Have to Degrade Me?

    in Relationships


    Do you believe that your hair is your true crown and glory? If so, should it be together?
    How does it make you feel not to see a woman that represents YOU on a commercial or in a magazine ad?
    Are all women viewed by each other as equal?
    How do black women feel about themselves and how are they perceived by other cultures?
    Is your appearance showing your confidence, or revealing your insecurity?


    Featured Guest: Christy Little-Jones has a heart for people, marriages and family! As the eldest daughter of one of the first models of color in Mademoiselle and Seventeen magazines, and an NFL Hall-of-Famer, carving out a path of passion, purpose and influence is in Christy’s blood. But fulfilling that legacy took work.


    Like many young women, Christy struggled to overcome insecurity and people pleasing, and it was not until a traumatic event in her life forced her to do the difficult inner work of breaking free from emotional obstacles that she was ready to step powerfully into her role in the world.


    Christy’s Ah-Ha! moment came with the realization that God had an assignment on her life! She had the unique privilege and responsibility to walk into her purpose and calling with intention and commitment – and in ways that enabled her to live authentically and become an example and source of support for others.


    As a speaker, writer and coach, Christy Little Jones, is dedicated to encouraging women to make the monumental step toward discovering who God has created them to be, learn how to love themselves absolutely and develop personal integrity with themselves to live what they believe and ultimately experience the relationships they desire.


    703.593.6566
    www.myrelationshiprevolution.com

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