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We will talk about Aliens, random crazy stuff, The Pope, and futuristic stuff. For example, Lew is ALL about when the self driving cars become commericial. Also, what will the future be like when we are all ENHANCED with computer chips, etc. When will the CYBORGS arrive. How crazy powerful will AI be? Also, Lew will probably babble a bit about Civ IV, and Galactic Civilizations III (well at least that game is about Space).
The fellas talk about dating, the future, and other random stuff.
The fellas finish up talking about the stuff from Episode 16.
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.
Another hour with Stiev rambling about stuff. Check it out.
Lew welcomes new co-hosts Stiev n Seth in a lively debate on religion, Obamacare, and science.
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Children, teens and adults’ lives are being impacted daily by depression; an illness that carries a great deal of stigma no matter the gender or culture. Everyone at some point in life will experience depression. But how do you COPE in order to PREVENT Suicide?
Author and Inspirational Speaker S. L. Young delivers an intense presentation on how to “SAVE Yourself” and Live!
If you or someone you know have experienced a traumatic life event or exhibit signs of depression. This is a show that can’t be missed!
Save A Life! It’s time to unveil the TABOO.
So, Let’s Talk!
To Learn More About Author S. L. Young visit: WWW.SLYOUNG.COM
TalKs with Sheba Radio Show
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Well its here now. What do we do since we are experiencing Ebola. Are you scared? What will you do to protect yourself? Why is there so much conflicting information about Ebola out there? Did you know that Ebola is nothing new, it has exited 20 years ago, but not this strain. Why are several states taking it upon themselves to quarantine or has mandatory self monitoring? What messages does that send? Does it confuse you even more? What kind of stigma do those persons face who are in quarantine or self monitoring
Loki King discusses issues facing the LGBTQ community. On this week's episode we are going to discuss the social stigma of expressing emotions.
Why is it that men are always told "Boys or men Don't Cry." Why are men seen as weak if they do express their emotions? Why is anger the only emotion that is acceptable for men to have? Yet, when he can no longer keep it bottled up inside, he is ridiculed and amonished.
This same social stigma is also true for the more Tom Boyish or Butch women. Why?
This double standard is not just limited to emotions.
Tune in, offer your insights and lets get to the core of this unrealistic expectation.
This is a very personal subject for me. My sister suffered with Bipolar disorder and Schizophrenia for most of her life. My family and I recognized her struggles when she was in junior high school. Her mood swings were severe and she was almost impossible to relate to or communicate with in a rational way. I became very distanced from her. I was the bubbly, outgoing type and I just couldn’t understand her depression and sadness. And sometimes she could be very mean, and that shook me because she was really a very kind person at heart. During this time it never occurred to my parents to take her to a doctor for a diagnosis of a mental illness. They just thought it was a phase and she’d outgrow it. Things escalated in her high school years and finally, when she was a senior, she was diagnosed with the 2 mental illnesses I spoke of above. Problem was, she was 18 and she wouldn’t go on the medication. She was sure it would harm her. So she spent her life in and out of depression and unfathomable agony. Her life seemed joyless and this affected me greatly. This story ends sadly; last year my sister passed away. Her paranoia kept her from ever going to a doctor and her body just wore itself out from untold sickness that was never diagnosed. – I have so much knowledge now about Essential Oils and how many ways they can heal our bodies and minds. It’s a true shame that I was never able to reach her with all of this. I can, however, tell you about some oils that can work alongside medications to help with people’s symptoms http://www.buyessentialoilshere.com/more-success-stories/bipolar-disorder-and-essential-oils/
Koko Jones has a story to tell. On Who's That Lady, her new album dropping from Motema Music on November 18, the percussionist reveals her hidden abilities as a lyricist and songwriter. While building on the artistic excellence and percussive brilliance of her previous world-jazz releases, Tenth World and Tenth World Live, Who's that Lady delves deeply into the 1970s and 80s soul and R&B crucible which first formed the percussionist/producer's prodigious musical vision, and at the same time renders a timeless musical narrative of this extraordinary woman's past, present and future.
A musician first and foremost, Koko - who was previously known as 'Bujo' Kevin Jones - is a transgender woman of color. That identity, as integral to her being as is her musical talent, has propelled her to a parallel role as an activist and a voice in the trans community. In addition to Koko's ground-breaking work as an interventionist at the Center for HIV Education Studies and Training (CHEST) at Hunter College, where she is a part of T-Talk, a project delivered by trans women for trans women that seeks to reduce sexual health risk, substance use, and internalized stigma affecting the community, she frequently speaks at events, and recently gave a TEDx talk at Seton Hall University and delivered a lecture on Current Issues in the Trans Community at Columbia University Teachers College. She is also an active member of Trans Women of Color Collective (TWOCC).
The November release of Who's That Lady happens to coincide with the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20.
Her webpage is http://www.kokojones.com
in Self Help
In January of 2011, I tried to kill myself. Healing from that Major Depression episode has been long and complex, yet since that day I have had two books published sharing my story. In recovery, I have led a growing number of seminars and workshops honestly discussing mental illness and how to be an effective support. I confront stigma and misunderstanding head-on.
I am a woman with intensive and revealing insight into a massive, world-wide issue - depression, and its effects on significant others. Depression is the number one commonality of all human suffering yet generally people are ill-equipped to face it. Even the suicide of Robin Williams has brought public confusion to the spotlight.
I am an expert on what it is like in the mind of a majorly depressed and suicidal person and what is working for me to gain and maintain a mindset of hope. The ideas I share are practical and are part of what is statistically successful as treatment. I can also share applicable ideas on how to support struggling friends and family members without becoming overwhelmed.
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