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Linda Naomi Katz is the author of Surviving Mental Illness. She was born on March 21, 1969 by the name of Linda Naomi Baron. She was raised as a modern Orthodox Jew, and mental illness has been a factor throughout most of her life.
Through the years she was faced with challenges that were difficult to overcome, but has been working hard to achieve recovery. As part of her recovery from mental illness, she became active in the mental health field.
Linda is a member with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (formerly National Alliance for the Mentally Ill), and has published articles in New York City Voices, a newspaper that helps fight against stigma and other issues pertaining to mental illness. Soon after, she found employment working for agencies that help others with mental illness reach their goals and dreams.
Today, Linda is happily married, a college graduate, and continues her work as a mental health advocate. Linda lives in Flushing, New York. Surviving Mental Illness is her first book.
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THE SEKOU THINK TANK: NEW ESSAY: BLOOD IN MYE EYE: THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
"Here is an individual who has taken the moments needed to reflect and re-build through words. It’s the seed that needs nourished as found in the concrete lined streets of Philadelphia – City of _____________. Although I cherish silence, words are the most powerful symbols used in our times. As folks post “I’m so…. Here you find a cruel and honest reflection of brotherly love sprinkled with infinite possibilities"-
On Episode 56 Kinte & Yardley discuss episode 8 of season 4 "Under Color of Law" with director of episode Director Michael Nankin. Air Date 9/20/14
Under Color of Law
Written by: John Romano
Directed by: Michael Nankin
Cullen makes a decision to ensure his family's safety. Campbell hires a new federal marshal to clean up the streets.
Director Michael Nankin
Michael Nankin was born in Los Angeles to a family of medical practitioners. His mother, Natalie, started the first tissue-typing laboratory in LA and was a pioneer in organ transplantation. A standard-8 movie camera was placed in his hands when he was 10 years old by his grandfather. Michael made films through his childhood but started his career as an illustrator and animator. He won the Jim Morrison Award when he was a film student at UCLA. His undergraduate film, JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, a musical-comedy, caught the attention of Disney studios who hired Michael and his filmmaking partner, David Wechter, to develop features.
Join Dr. Teresa Graham as she talks with New York's latest christian rapper Universal Disciple. He is an Independent Artist of UD. Entertainment. He will share his music journey and life's trials and tribulations as a kid. From battle rapping on the streets of New York, delivering hardcore bars, with outstanding lyrical punch lines. Lorenzo Hamlin, an emerging underground christian rapper has made a big change in the way he creates his music today. Focusing more now on becoming a new man in God with a new spiritual path, A star has been reborn.
Open Heart Surgery survivors is a population of people that are doing just that surviving. This forum has been a talk show since june 2009 that started out as a internship for grade in my student work study class. The passion has always been there to talk about new health finds and or innovative finds in the field of Cardiovascular disease. Talk about health, foods, medicine good bad and ugly; tune in every saturday 2:pm.
Cassandra A. Tindal, respectfully known, as Cassi is the
founder of “Womenz Straight Talk” Surviving Cancer
Network. In the cancer-conscience world that we live in
today, while it’s clear that medical treatments and cancer
awareness have come a long way, many women remain
apprehensive or afraid to speak out altogether when it comes
to the personal realities of being diagnosed with cancer.
Once diagnosed, there are many unanswered questions, fears
and uncertainties in the minds of those who have been
diagnosed with this terrifying disease; fears that far too often
also linger in the sub-consciousness of those who have been
considered to have been cured, or have survived.
From the Creator of the 1 Minute Success System and the Producer of Wonderful Women and the Internet Plus a new 1/2 hour variety talk show is here "A New Day Is Here" Get ready for some "Edutrainment" with Clarence Coggins the Crown PRince of WeB 2.0 http://leads4life.tk
Hey, it's Friday Night and it's time for Getting Hammered with your hosts Steve Hamilton and Stevie J West. TONIGHT, LIVE from the studios at Casa de Hammy, we will bring you the news from around the world as the Main Stream Media is too afraid to present. We have the inside scoop, and we are taking no prisoners. First up, twitter drama. NO, unlike other stations, we’re not talking about it, we’re putting it to rest. This stuff is over the top, we have an election coming up, time to get out of the kindergarten sandbox and into the streets! We’re going to make sure that happens!
Next, from Scotland, WTH happened? Oh, we know, and we’ll share it with you. Hammy’s expat relative, Dougal McHamilton will join us to discuss the failed Scottish Secession referendum. FREEDOM!!!! Not so much, either way!! We’ll talk about it, you won’t want to miss it.
What about all the other fine shenanigans that have happened in the news this week? We've got that too! We call it “Mock the Week” and we will SO be mocking the stupidity that we have seen out there!
So grab a cold one and join us at the bar, it’s Friday night and we are Getting Hammered!
World Footprints is excited to share one of our new favorite cities --Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (despite our football rivalries). When most people who have never visited Pittsburgh think of the city, they may envision an industrial city filled with tall smoke stakes. In reality, Pittsburgh is a vibrant, colorful, modern and pristine city that is very welcoming.
The three rivers that meet at a point creates a flowing calming energy and provided the inspiration for Dutch artist Florentjn Hofman to select the city as her North American debut of his giant rubber duck. Today, we will give you a glimpse into this remarkable city as we explore Pittsburgh's rich history through attractions like the Senator John Heinz History Center, we'll walk through the streets of The Hill Districk and we'll relive Pittsburgh's industrial past as we tour the Carrie Blast Furnaces.
When things go wrong, it doesn’t mean it needs to continue that way. When having a bad day it’s easy to get caught up in judging the day and ourselves; but don’t focus on everything that is going bad or not working. It’s ok to acknowledge the problem, but focus on what is working Try doing things that will take your mind off of how bad you are feeling about the way your day is going. Remember, positivity attracts positivity..
1. If it is possible at the start of the “troubles”, talk to someone about it. Call up a friend or family member for advice, or sympathy.
2. Listen to a favorite song and sing along. studies have shown that listening to music you like can alter your mood and even alleviate depression. In your iPod, make a “Feel Better” playlist; try to choose positive, uplifting songs that you can sing along to.
3. Watch a funny YouTube video.
4. Practice deep breathing. Deep breathing has a naturally therapeutic, stress-reducing quality that can help you stop the rush of stress hormones that a bad day can bring about. Take a few moments to close your eyes. Practice inhaling deeply through your nose for a two- second count, pausing for two seconds, and then exhaling for another two seconds. Thiswill help stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system that quiets down your stress response.
5. Count Your Blessings: Gratitude has some wonderful benefits for stress management. It's hard to focus on how bad things are when you're focusing on how good things are.
6. Exercise causes a burst of endorphins and the ability to blow off steam can take the negative energy out of your day.
7. Chocolate: one small piece of very good chocolate, savored provides a quiet break from stress.