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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).
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John like others became ill in his early twenties and have come accross more than enough prejudice and discrimination,
I will be discussing with John Canvendish, an Independent Freelance Journalist, , how people with schizophrenia are treated in society. The myths and the prejudices people believe about this particular mental illness. How these prejudices and stigmas affect all aspects of their daily lives.
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: email@example.com
Scott Strange, a 2014 MedicineX ePatient Scholar, 2-14 Medicine X Honor Roll member and 2015 MedicineX ePatient Delegate, has been a Type 1 diabetic since 1970 and clinically depressed for almost as long. He is especially interested in removing the stigma associated with so many health issues and with whole person health in particular. He blogs at Strangely Diabetic and you can find him on twitter as @strangely_t1.
Voices InJustice with Trish every Sunday evening at 9pm central time. We are a radio network production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. A community outreach focus in awareness, prevention, and empowerment to overcome our many challenges; learning together how to change the centuries of human trauma and teach our children a better way for their future.
Tonight we are discussing STIGMA - Share your voice by calling Trish @ (929) 477-3163 or join the online chatroom as we address the many societal stigma attached to persons without ever knowing who they really are. We see obesity, bikers, the color of skin, a nationality, or even the economically poor neighbor down the street and we all pass judgement as if we know their life, but do we or are we repeating what our parents taught us? What are we as parents today teaching our children in an America, or other country, where we have such an entire mixed community attending school with our children?
This is a very hot topic with all that happens in our world. We have economic breakdown and battles rising around the world. Our kids watch the news and hear about two or three gang related shootings everyday. They attend shcools where the bullying by judgement causes children as young as 9 years old to take their own lives. Will we ever be able to live in a peaceful accepting society? Give your teen, your child, the individual ability to learn who people are before they see a color, a tatoo, an eating disorder, or a poor neglected child suffering to get through everyday and instantly attach the centuries of judgement.
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Respected schizophrenia researcher Anissa Abi-Dagham, M.D. is Director of Clinical and Imaging Research in the Lieber Center for Schizophrenia Research.
Allie Burke is VP of Operations at Stigma Fighters.
In this episode, Dr. Abi-Dagham talks to Ms. Burke about her journey as a person diagnosed with schizophrenia, how her family and friends have reacted as well as the stigma she has encountered. She has learned lessons along the way. One such lesson is that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Despite having a mental illness, she has a full-time job and leads a fulfilling life. Her take-away from this talk? It's OK to reach out for help.
For information about schizophrenia research at Columbia Psychiatry, please go to http://columbiapsychiatry.org/researchclinics/lieber-schizophrenia-research-clinic or call 646 774-8726
For information on Stigma Fighters go to http://stigmafighters.com/
This Week My Guest Are Vinny Stigma Of Agnostic Front And Ron Cooke Of Thrust
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When it comes to medical assistance, public attention and resources, mental illness has been put on the back shelf around the globe for centuries now. How mental illness has been perceived and dis [AB1] shuffled, and what has kept it from getting its past due recognition, is stemmed from a long list of factors. Some such as ignorance, isolation, discrimination, and prejudice; has have negatively impacted the labeling theory, which is attributed and linked to stigma associated with mental disorders; and such stigma can be eliminated, if we can all recognize that the mentally ill can be productive members of society. Social stigma has been, and still is, the utmost contributor to the distant silence that has inhumanely sustained mental illness in asylums, and along with family secrets, such as “differences" never to be shared with neighboring people or friends of employment, in fear of judgment or loss of job. There isn't anyone who isn't affected by mental illness. It affects someone's family member, to in all different ethnic groups, from the young to the old, to your community, schools or place of employment, or even maybe yourself. Mental illness is a costly, debilitating disease, and it comes in many different forms. Unfortunately, it gets more recognition through stigma than public awareness and education; therefore, we must make an effort, and all learn what it means to live with mental illness and how society can work together to break down the barriers from stigma associated with it. Please join me this Friday night Feb 28th at 7pm CT as I discuss this delicate topic that so many are affected by. Call in live at 646-929-0421 or tune in at www.blogtalkradio.com/ritahodges See you there! Ciao...
Jesse Interviews Tom Roberts - a speaker that focuses on Mental Illness Stigmas and his journey through his own Bi-Polar disorder. Tom received a M.A. in Radio-TV-Film, was a Ph.D cadidate in Theatre Arts, worked as a TV News Co-Anchor and Radio News Director, served as an Associate Professor of Broadcasting, was a Technical Writer as well as instructed in Technical Writing, worked as a professional Actor (Screen Actors Guild) and was a Voice-Over Artist. He eventually experienced Cognitive Impairment as a result of Bi-Polar Disorder leaving him unable to work in his trained industry. Tom now speaks to groups about this disorder in hopes of keeping people from suicide due to being afraid of the stigma of their disorder; as happened with his brother and sister. We will be discussing the importance of handling stigmas and facing disorders. You can learn more about Tom's work at: www.tomspeaksout.com
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Hannah Martinez is a mental health profession and president of one of the branches of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. She discusses ways to help stop the stigma associated with mental illness.
Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intented for diagnosis or treatment. Please seek the advice of your healthcare provider before making any changes to your health.
National Seizure Disorders Foundation believes part of the ultimate cure for seizure disorders of all types is seizure related stigma eradication. In this episode we will discuss seizure related stigma and how you can be part of the cure.
June is Epilepsy stigma Awareness month and National Seizure Disorders Foundation is taking action to empower you to be a part of global stigma eradication. Are you ready to be part of the cure? Pour something delicious and refreshing to drink. Settle into your favorite chair. This time is yours -is ours- as I discuss seizure related stigma. I will share my insights and my experiences on what stigma is, where it comes from, and how we can eradicate seizure related stigma together. During this time, open your mind to the possibilities of a seizure-relate stigma free future. As we work together growing in knowledge and number, we will be able to eradicate stigma. What are your thoughts on stigma? Have you a plan to replace stigma with peace in your life? Feel free to call in and join the discussion 1(646) 721-9207 Your thoughts are relevant and important. Your questions are welcome. While you prepare for the show, I invite you to read our latest article on seizure related stigma - http://nationalseizuredisordersfoundation.org/stigma-awareness-month/ Remember to pass this resource onto someone you know. Awareness begins with you and the simple act of sharing. Be a part of the solution for millions and share this episode with your friends.