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  • 00:29

    Losing a Loved One - Show #2

    in Motivation

    Join Dr. Kim today as she shares with you about the recent loss of her sister and eighteen months prior the loss of her nephew. Join for hope and encouragement as she shares how she is processing it all. 


    Visit her website at www.DrKimBloomer.com


    Video: https://youtu.be/R7CgXJzodHM


    “The reality is that you will grieve forever. You will not ‘get over’ the loss of a loved one; you will learn to live with it. You will heal and you will rebuild yourself around the loss you have suffered. You will be whole again but you will never be the same. Nor should you be the same nor would you want to.”


    ? Elisabeth Kübler-Ross


    “We think sometimes we're only drawn to the good, but we're actually drawn to the authentic. We like people who are real more than those who hide their true selves under layers of artificial niceties”


    ? Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, Life Lessons: Two Experts on Death and Dying Teach Us About the Mysteries of Life and Living

  • 01:31

    WIIM Radio: Season Autopsy Edition

    in Hockey

    The Wings' season is over, but there's still plenty left to talk about on our latest episode of WIIM Radio. Join along as me, Graham, and Kyle break things down while Michelle joins in to edify your asses on the lads in the pipeline. Here's what we got up to.



    The Red Wings are Done - What doomed the Wings this season and into the playoffs? How much of it was just bad luck versus how much of it was stuff they did wrong all season long?
    How to Right the Ship - Fixing the power play (including dealing with Abdelkader), time to stop "playing safe" and playing the damn kids for better or worse.
    Making the Moves - Ken Holland talks about getting more aggressive with trades. We take a look at some names out there and some potential trade destinations for Jimmy Howard.
    Prospects Report - With the Griffins still alive, Michelle runs us down the Griffins as they get ready for their 2nd round series against Lake Erie in the Calder Cup playoffs.
    Reader Questions - Y'all didn't get any FMKs or duck/Tangradi questions, so Kyle and Graham had a great time while I suffered through hosting this portion. Thanks a lot. 
    The Rest of the Playoffs - Who do we hate the least who's left. Find out!


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    WIIM Radio is rated R for language and horse whispering.

  • 01:06

    #160: GIVING FORGIVENESS THE GREEN LIGHT WITH TOSHIA SHAW

    in Self Help

     
    GREENLIGHTING FORGIVENESS – TOSHIA SHAW
    EPISODE #160:
     

    This week, on the show, we're chatting about:

    The power of forgiveness and how it can elevate your life
    What greenlighthing forgiveness means
    Steps to take to make forgiveness a daily practice

     

     

     

     
    Just a quick hello to all of my Keep the Faith listeners out there
    – thanks for being part of the community of contagious encouragement.
     

     

    SPONSORSHIP NOTE:

     

    I am proud to be an educator and consultant for Beautycounter, a B-Corp company on a mission to get safer products into the hands of everyone. The lack of regulation in the personal care and cosmetic industry is astounding and it is harming our health in very serious ways. We need more voices to join up on our mission. If you want to put your passion to purpose while being generously compensated, then I would love to start a conversation with you about what it means to be involved in the #saferbeauty tribe that is Beautycounter. Join the movement of #betterbeauty and message me via email to make your voice really resonate for a cause.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ABOUT TOSHIA:

     

    Author, speaker, transformational life coach.

     

    In her early twenties, Toshia Shaw was taken from a restaurant and forced into a life of sex slavery. The post traumatic stress that she suffered after her escape meant that past life (and the feelings of safety and security that she had associated with it) was gone for good, and she found herself stuck emotionally between her past and her future.

     

    Toshia believed for all the world that she would be immobilized and stuck in a place of anger, hurt and suffering forever. Her negative emotional state had a knock-on effect and she began physically suffering from paralyzing headaches, stomach ulcers and terrible panic attacks as the res

  • 00:13

    An Angel's, 10,000 Smiles - for Isabella Marie Walker - 03.05.2016 / 04.24.2016

    in Christianity

    Ladies and Gentlemen this afternoon (May 01, 2016), we held the memorial service at Busch Funeral Home in downtown Elyria, Ohio. It was a beautiful turn out of family, friends and community for such a somber occasion. Which was to give thanks for a 7 week old little girl named Isabella Marie Walker. Here is the recording of the memorial dedication in honor of this tiny angel and family.


     


    Tomorrow (May 02, 2016) at 1;30 pm we will all meet again at the Busch Funeral Home (114 Second Street Elyria, Ohio 44035) or call for directions or make a donation (440-322-3717), and line up for the procession to the Cemetery for a graveside service which I will be presiding over.


     


    The general public is invited and are encouraged to be ready to line up for the procession at the appointed time. So please come and help celebrate and show support for this little angel and her family as they come to say their final farewells and memorialize the short and wonderful blessing that gave 10,000 smiles of love and so much more to all she met. Isabella Marie Walker... (+++)


    Please if you can not attend, than please consider helping this young family meet their goal to help cover the burial expenses they have suffered during this time of grieving and morning. Bless you and thank you. Please share this message on all of your social media outlets... <3


    https://www.gofundme.com/29fqytdg

  • 01:19

    When I was a child, I spoke, understood and thought as a child...

    in Politics Conservative

    If you haven't heard by now, there was a fight between two girls in Delaware that escaladed to one girl being jumped by a group of girls and death was the end result.  The girls have been suspended from school but charges have not been brought yet.   You will probably hear their parents talk this foolishness about they are children and they have already suffered enough. I don't think they have suffered anything.   I think they should be charged as adults.  What should happen to the girls?  Donald Trump is still rolling after this past Tuesday but Ted Cruz has picked his vice president candidate. The writing is on the wall that the ACA aka Obamacare is starting to crumble under its own weight.  Milliions of people are experiencing increases in their premiums and the insurance companies are faced with losing money in the marketplace.  They were told there was going to be a market from the millions of uninsured but when has the government gotten too many things right

  • 01:00

    Nicole Howell:How to Choose the Right Long-term Care Facility for Your Loved One

    in Caregiving

    Choosing a nursing home for a family member is one of the most difficult decisions in life. It is stressful, time-consuming task that is often made worse by the fact that a loved one has suffered a medical crisis. You may face great pressure to locate a nursing home and arrange care in a very short period of time.


    So, how exactly do you choose the right long-term care facility for your loved one? Nicole Howell is the Executive Director for Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa County and is responsible for ensuring that the 9,000 residents of long-term care in her community have access to the highest level of care, respect and above all are able to live free of abuse and neglect.


    Tune into Life is a Sacred Journey, Thursday 4/28 as Nicole shares tips on how best to get the best out of the long-term care system for your loved one. 

  • 01:01

    Hybrid Jazz: Javier Colon a No Show - Geneva Renee a Last Minute Replacement!

    in Music

    The initial connection that I had with Javier Colon was through Matt Cusson.  Matt is another of those supremely talented singer/songwriters who partnered with Javier a long time ago.  Dig through some You Tube videos and feast your ears :)  


    Fast forward to the debut of "The Voice" and you probably remember the excitement of everyone associated with it.  Nobody more than Javier Colon.  He had been through some record label wars and had suffered strong disappointment - but he never gave up that his dream would come true.  And it DID - he was the first WINNER on this still wildly popular show.  Matter-of-fact, Javier just visited his pals - one of them still remains a golf buddy, Adam Levine.


    We're focusing on this amazing talent for two reasons: one is that he has a new album called "Gravity."  It means a lot to Javier because his new label, Concord, gave him serious creative control - which he has hankered to have for quite some time.  Another reason for our visit is because he is coming to Ram's Head in Annapolis in early May - so we're having our get-together just before then: perfect!


    This is a breathtaking artist, full of passion and energy and nuance.  His tracks on "Gravity" will leave you craving intimate moments and truths told in the dark.  See what he does to your radio host here? ;)  Don't take my word for the effect that Javier Colon has - ask Stevie Nicks or Darius Rucker or the Indigo Girls - or even Derek Trucks, with whom Javier spent many a mile on tour as vocalist.  All of the above have worked with this beautiful soul and they KNOW how special his gift is.  Going back to "The Voice" - do you remember when all four judges turned around during Javier's initial performance? That's a rarity  But so is HE.  You already know.  See you on Javier's Birthday: 4/29!

  • 00:30

    UWA Elite All Access: Episode #10 (Guests: Luke Finn & Dave Swan)

    in Wrestling

    This week's episode of the UWA Elite All Access Podcast is our 10th edition, and we're celebrating in style with not one but TWO huge guests!


    First, Colin West will interview the dynamic-yet-conflicted Luke Finn, one of UWA Elite's rising stars. After being shockingly kicked out of Kentucky Bred two months ago, Luke suffered further humiliation by being informed he was never a blood relative of the Kentucky Bred clan. How will Luke Finn respond to this massive change in his life, and what does it mean for his future plans in UWA Elite?


    Also, Colin will be joined by UWA Elite President Dave Swan with major news about several upcoming events! Not only will Dave discuss May 7th's UWA Elite vs. the World: Vol. 2, but also the June 17th Homceoming show at North Brunswick High School - AND the return of one of the most popular tournament events in UWA Elite history!


    The 10th episode of the UWA Elite All Access Podcast is just 10 days before UWA Elite vs. The World: Vol. 2, and you won't want to miss the huge updates, news and breaking announcements that you ONLY get here!

  • 00:45

    Bernie Sanders in Huntington, West Virginia

    in Politics

    "This campaign is going as well as it is, with the extraordinary energy and enthusiasm we are generating all across this country," Sanders said. "Look at this room here tonight, we have over 6,000 people. The reason we are generating this enthusiasm is because we are doing something very unusual in contemporary American politics. We are telling the truth."Sanders looked to capture the state's vote and its 29 delegates in his speech, during which he played to the state's economic and social woes, many of which he said were similar to the plights being suffered by citizens throughout the country.Sanders pointed out West Virginia's workforce participation rate, which is the lowest in the country, noting that 53 percent of adults in the state who are eligible to work actually have jobs.Herald-Dispatch LACIE PIERSON

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio welcomes children’s author Rosemarie Kaupp

    in Books

    Warrington, PA – When a parent is faced with the unbearable tragedy of losing a child, we pray that they will soon find peace and “closure.” But closure is not a valid expectation of someone who has suffered such a loss. Nothing will fill that void or heal that wound. Nothing will bring back their child.


    But it is possible to move forward. It is possible to have a productive life again. Your life will never be the same, but it can be a good life.


    Rosemarie Kaupp is the author of The Amberella Tales, a series of early chapter books for children. Rosemarie was inspired to write The Amberella Tales after losing her son Chris when he was only 23 years old.


    “I had a decision to make,” recalls Rosemarie. “I could choose to go on with my life or let this experience destroy me. It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t a straight line. But I knew it was a path that I had to follow.”


    So Rosemarie began writing to help memorialize Chris’s life. She had loved reading to her son when he was little and remembered how much he enjoyed it too. She wanted to preserve her connection to him. As she wrote, Chris’s memory served as her muse. It helped her grieve, but also move forward.


    “The books have been a labor of love,” says Rosemarie. “It was a huge accomplishment that brought me great peace. I have been thrilled to bring the characters to life on the pages and share them with readers.”


    For more information on Rosemarie Kaupp, visit www.rosemariekaupp.com and www.kidswritertoyou.blogspot.com

  • 00:30

    Tell the Truth Tuesday: Thrown chicken bones

    in Entertainment

    I was unable to do my Manic Monday show last night because of overwhelming grief. Its also suiting that Prince wrote the song ,"Manic Monday" for the Bangles. I contemplated whether to do todays show from bed. I decided I would give you a little something. I have to. I have to dedicate this show to my mother. She suffered terribly while on earth. Her only passion was her children. I never understood that until I had one. Yesterday was spent locked in a hotel to harness my grief. I invited my brothers, my sister, my son was with me and my stepfather was there. I summoned a friend to bring me chicken....fried chicken and red beans and rice. He obliged. When I woke up and checked my phone, I had called people and was abrasive. Then I looked and saw there were chicken wing bones all over the floor. I was in my yellow bikini curled on the edge of the bed in a robe. What lay beside me was the book ,'PIMP" by Iceberg Slim. My editor was on the couch bed sleeping. For the first time in a long time I took my golden glass and dumped my red wine down the bathroom sink. It looked terribly similar to blood. The exact kind of blood that would seep through my long sleeve shirts after I cut myself in an attempt to feel alive. Dont worry. For the first time in a long time I am choosing coffee today instead of wine....for now. I am also dedicating this show to my childhood perfect man, PRINCE.