• 02:01


    in Christianity

    "As the light and life of men was rejected by the ecclesiastical authorities in the days of Christ, so it has been rejected in every succeeding generation. Again and again the history of Christ's withdrawal from Judea has been repeated. When the Reformers preached the word of God, they had no thought of separating themselves from the established church; but the religious leaders would not tolerate the light, and those that bore it were forced to seek another class, who were longing for the truth. In our day few of the professed followers of the Reformers are actuated by their spirit. Few are listening for the voice of God, and ready to accept truth in whatever guise it may be presented. Often those who follow in the steps of the Reformers are forced to turn away from the churches they love, in order to declare the plain teaching of the word of God. And many times those who are seeking for light are by the same teaching obliged to leave the church of their fathers, that they may render obedience.”  {DA 231-232} 

  • 00:57

    Dr. Peter Breggin: Guilt, Shame and Anxiety

    in Self Help

    Most people are negatively impacted by Guilt, Shame or Anxiety, which Dr. Peter Breggin calls “negative legacy emotions,” emotions that developed in humans to help us balance our inherent violence and our ability to empathize. We’ve got guilt, shame and anxiety in our genes, he says! Find out how to identify these negative legacy emotions and move yourself out of their control. One of my favorite crusaders and guests of all time, Dr. Breggin will “tidy up” by sharing his Three Steps to Emotional Freedom with which to replace Guilt, Shame and Anxiety. Dr. Breggin is the author of the bestsellers Toxic Psychiatry, Talking Back to Prozac (with Ginger Breggin), and Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal. You’re guaranteed to hear things about your own mental health you’ve never heard before! Click here to visit Dr. Peter Breggin's website.

  • 00:31

    Monty Roberts - Horse Whisperer's Work With Veterans

    in Spirituality

    The legendary “Horse Whisperer,” Monty Roberts, is running free, resilience-building workshops for veterans and their families. The three-day program involves working closely with horses. The individuals and horses develop a special bond built upon mutual trust and respect. Join-Up offers everyone an effective tool to rediscover themselves through the eyes of the horse. This self-awareness exercise deals effectively with emotional trauma, anti-social behavior and withdrawal, anger, stress, combat stress and even Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI).

    Roberts holds two Ph.D.s in Behavioral Sciences. In these workshops, he demonstrates the deeply healing power of establishing a trusting relationship with horses without the use of force. With his soft-spoken, nurturing style, Roberts assists veterans as they learn to cause a partnership with the horse. After three transformational days, veterans can better understand how to control their anger, confront painful memories, cope with real-life  situations and move on with their lives and relationships. situations and move on with their lives and relationships.

    We have been working with veterans suffering from PTSI, over the course of five separate recent clinics this year. The results are coming in, and the outcome is fantastic. We have people laughing and getting back to a normal life who have been afflicted with PTSI for upwards of 35 years.

    All the way from Vietnam to Afghanistan, these injured warriors come home in a terrible state and need our help to reconnect with their communities. The horses are doing their work with incredible efficiency. Individuals are welcome to bring a spouse/significant other to attend the workshop with them. Contact admin@join-up.org.

  • 01:29

    Radio Free Woodhaven

    in Current Events

    From the Amazon description of Inside the Lufthansa HEI$T: The FBI Lied by Kerry Whalen, our guest this Friday night:

    It was a bitterly cold autumn night in 1978, at a deserted end of the cargo area of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. At 3:00 a.m., the most notorious armed robbery in American history started to unfold, and so did the meticulous planning of the mastermind. 

    Thirty minutes into the robbery, a Lufthansa German Airlines cargo worker arrived at the back of the building and crossed the path of three heavily armed wiseguys from Brooklyn. A bloody encounter ensued and the wiseguys took control of the building and all ten of its employees. The wiseguys, later to be known as Goodfellas, emptied the Valuable Room and made their record-breaking cash withdrawal. 
    In just over one hour, the wiseguys drove away with the Mother Lode, five million bucks in untraceable cash and supposedly a big payoff for each of them. 
    Forget everything in the newspapers about the diligent investigation initiated by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn. 
    It never happened. 
    What is true? The bloody trail of murder; a dozen people including a wife and a girlfriend. 
    From the very start, the investigation into the $5,850,000 heist was bungled by the feds with their incompetence, disregard for the law, lies, threats and one-way street attitude. A newspaper reported, “It’s disorganized law enforcement, against organized crime.” 
    I crossed the path of the wiseguys and FBI. I was that cargo worker. I kept notes. This is my story.

  • 00:43

    What Causes Husband Withdrawal – Dr. Jamie Turndorf

    in Relationships

    Unresolved anger is the #1 killer of love… and husband withdrawal is the number one cause of marital and relationship strife, divorce, and domestic violence.

    Known to millions as “Dr. Love” at AskDrLove.com, Dr. Jamie Turndorf is sharing advice from her recently published Kiss Your Fights Good-bye: Dr. Love's 10-Simple Steps to Cooling Conflict and Rekindling Your Relationship, where she focuses on how to transform conflict into connection for a lifetime of lasting love.  Published by Hay House, Dr. Jamie’s book has been endorsed by Jack Canfield, Dr. John Gray and John Bradshaw.

    Dr. Jamie has been delighting readers and audiences for 3 decades with her engaging blend of professional expertise, spicy humor and ability to turn clinical psychobabble into easy-to-understand concepts that transform lives and heal relationships.

    Her methods have been featured on all the national networks, including CNN, NBC, CBS, VH1, Fox, on websites like WebMD, iVillage, Discovery.com, MSNBC.com, and in Cosmopolitan, Men's Health, Glamour, American Woman, Modern Bride, and Marie Claire. 

    Dr. Jamie’s “Ask Dr. Love” radio show can be heard in Seattle on KKNW and in 80 countries worldwide.

    Dr. Jamie can be found sharing her relationship wisdom and love via her website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.

  • 00:25

    How's the weather out there?

    in Entertainment

    It's cold outside why? Are you sad that football season is over? Did you forget to pay your bills ? Is it cold in your house? This is what being an everyday person is about. I need to learn about money someone help me

  • 02:32

    Part Two: Methamphetamine Recovery Process

    in Social Networking

    Methamphetamine is a dangerous drug that is illegal and mostly sold on the streets, though a weaker prescription form of the drug with the brand name Desoxyn is occasionally prescribed to narcolepsy patients. If you or a loved one is addicted to the drug, you will need a methamphetamine recovery program to help break the addiction.

    Due to this big change in how a person feels, most meth users will continue to use more of the drug, needing a bigger dose each time in order to get the same rush and euphoric feelings. Continued use of larger dosages can lead to dependency, abuse and addiction. It can also lead to some fairly dangerous side effects, some of which can be severe or even fatal. They include:

    Chest pains
    Heart attacks
    Breathing difficulties
    Mood swings
    Weight loss?

    The Five Stages of Recovery from Crystal Methamphetamine

    Stage 1: Withdrawal (Days 0 – 15), Also known as the “sleep, eat, and drink” stage, your body and brain are in healing overdrive

     Stage 2: The Honeymoon (Days 16 – 45), A lot of people will relapse here because of this overconfidence. But not you.

     Stage 3: The Wall (6 Weeks – 4 Months), The Wall is often where people will relapse.

    Stage 4: Adjustment (Months 4 – 6) ,Adjustment” because that’s what characterizes this time period—adjusting, physically, socially, and emotionally, to life without crystal.

    Stage 5: Ongoing Recovery (Months 6 – 12), Recovery is always ongoing.

  • 00:14

    Dr Ging

    in Art


    Christopher Ging is an Oriental Medical Doctor (OMD) who graduated in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) integrated with Western Medicine from School of Medicine of Xiamen University and earned his Ph.D. from China Academy of Chinese Medical Science, Beijing, China. He also has his MBA from TCU.

    He is a licensed acupuncturist (L. Ac.) in the state of Texas and certifi ed with the National Commission of Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). He is a founder of Texas Acupuncture Practice. He is a noted researcher in Chinese herbs as well as a popular speaker on health issues, viewed from the unique context of Bioenergetic and Integrative Medicine.

    He has researched and developed a unique line of Traditional Chinese herbal formulas to help relieve the chronic health issues such as oral health problems, drug withdrawal syndromes, chronic fatigue, autoimmune response, parasitic/yeast/fungal/viral infection, weight control, sleep disorder and etc.

    The focus during a consultation with Christopher Ging goes beyond the Western allopathic model that is satisfied with a sub-clinical limbo of chronic malaise.

    To learn more visit: http://www.drging.com

  • 01:03

    Perfect Storm of Cold Turkey Withdrawal

    in Military

    It often seems like prescription medications are given out like candy.  Sometimes it seems like the doctors aren’t really listening, and after giving us less than five minutes of their time, they send us out the door with multiple prescriptions and bid us with the common farewell of “See you in three months!” 
    With an overburdened system, our veterans often take matters into their own hands and make their own decisions about the way they will take their medications or discontinue their use without a doctor’s supervision.  Everyone is unique and different and what works for one individual may not work for another.  Getting the right prescription and the right dosage is crucial to our combat veterans.  
    While under the influence of a medication, or lack thereof, often everyone around the patient likely has a better idea of how the medications are working than the patient himself understands.  Everyone needs to have someone working in a supportive role who will give feedback so that adjustments can be made and medications can be used effectively
    Join us for VOW Talk Radio on Tuesday, September 18, at 7:00 PM EDT, as we discuss the pros and cons of prescription medications and the perfect storm that often brews from a cold turkey withdrawal.  Shawn Gourley of Military with PTSD will be joining us as we discuss our personal experiences with medications, withdrawals, and the turmoil that can ensue behind closed doors for our families.

  • 02:57

    African Scion Say Cease And Desist The Schizophrenia KJV Bible It Is Madness

    in Music

    Schizophrenia: is a character of psychotic conditions characterized by withdrawal from reality--and accompanied by highly variable affective, behavioral, and intellectual disturdances "Split Mind." [Bible content calles for "unnatural people."]

  • 01:05

    Why Women Are Rejecting “Good” Men

    in Family

    Withdrawal is a common male behavior in relationships, but it’s beginning to seem that entire groups of men are withdrawing from women in general. Men should not strive to stay out of trouble. We should strive to be the best men we can be. Only then are we worthy of women’s love. We shouldn’t complain if women are unenthusiastic about our lack of direction. We certainly shouldn’t cry victim if our spiritual listlessness drives them to the arms of men who pilot their own ships—or at least appear to do so.

     It wasn’t supposed to be this way. We men learned how to change diapers and cook risotto. We learned to watch for barely perceptible nods of approval before opening doors for women. We even learned to manscape, for goodness sake.

    Women were supposed to be happy with the new variety of men. Yet they are divorcing us just like they divorced our insensitive forefathers.  American woman initiate 69 percent of divorces. Who can blame women for being bored with men these days? Far too many of us have lost our masculine fortitude. That fortitude has nothing to do with being dominant or avoiding vacuum cleaners. It’s a product of solid values and strong backbones. I think most men are retreating from the sense that nothing they do is good enough, and women will forever be unhappy with them. They’re propelled even further by a small, but vocal, contingent of women who provide a steady stream of anger and disapproval.

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