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There are many people who are suffering with lupus and it's like they are suffering alone because this disease is rarely discussed and commonly misunderstood. On the next broadcast, my friend, Satrice Tate, will share her journey with this disease and help people to become more aware of the symptoms, struggles and much more. Diagnosed over 7yrs.ago,she continues to fight and declare that she may have lupus, BUT IT CAN'T HAVE HER! join us this Friday evening at 7:00pm on Let's Talk Real Talk!
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Today I talk with Comedienne and Author Stacey Lynn about her journey of domestic abuse, and how she wants her message to help others who are impacted. For Stacey, her strength to leave abusive relationships has saved her, and is moving herself positively forward to break those cycles. Stacey was strong enough not to stay in those situations, and now her mission is telling others about staying strong enough, long enough, to never allow it to happen again.
She is a former attorney, a comedienne known as Stacey Stacy to the entertainment industry, and the author of a short eBook "As If It Didn't Matter". Tune in to hear Stacey's remarkable story. Showtime is 12:30PM/CST.
If you are in a crisis and need help, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline (available 24/7) 1-800-799-7233
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When I was diagnoised with CIDP in 2010, my neurologist had never treated a patient with my illness. CIDP is Chronic Inflammatory Demylinating Polyneuropathy; and, the more I researched about this illness, the more I realized that I couldn't simply be a patient being treated by my doctor I had to become my own advocate and my doctor's educator. By chance last year, my neighbor told me about a young woman who was so intrigued by GBS/CIDP that she was organzing a walk and roll to raise money for research.
I simply had to learn more about her and why GBS/CIDP research was so dear to her heart.
Music by: Smiling Knife "Traveling Through Time"
To support GBS/CIDP Research: http://www.gbs-cidp.org/walk-and-roll/
To volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's Wednesday and all the money in the world would not change a very transparent conversation I recntly had with someone.
With special guest India Summers, A creative soul, from Buffalo, to NYC. Author, traveler and more...
In many facits of life there are conversations we must have that force you to be "Transparent". When speaking about employment we often have to learn how to know our strengths and weaknesses, and in doing so making the right decisionas to what your able to do is key. Know your limits, know your why's and understand your goals when your setting them
The conversation that I had could apply to just about anyone, yet it was about how everyone has different ways we operate, because of how we learn and process. Yet, there is a mentality that some have, that take no responsibility for their actions, or motivation.
Transpancy can also be harmful when taken out of content, we have to know who and where we can place our thoughts, ideas and wisdom. It is very important that no matter your career, trade or even personal talent that you push it to the limit and take all that comes along with it. It's also our responsibility to stand firm on our beliefs, and control of our time. These were just some segments of the conversation with the future employee of someone, and with hopes that the tips for success helped we closed with a harty thank you!
If you want to be transparent about a topic, feel free to call in, or email the topic and we will include you in the conversation if you would like too! Subscribe today! Or email us at email@example.com
The Middle Men Talk Show returns rejuvenated to bring to you what we do best! Today's show we will be discussing several topic items briefly within the past year up until current news. Please call in or comment on the chat board your opinions and potential topics you will like for the Middle Men Talk Show to cover in the future. Thank You for listening. Tune on Sundays to come with more of the Middle Men Talk show!!!
Author, blogger, animal lover, and writer, Sameena K. Mughal discusses her take on life, spirituality, the written word, and other topics that move her. In this episode, Sameena will talk about her views on getting older a few days before her 45th birthday. Callers are encouraged to call in and put their spin on this topic.
Sameena has over 17 years of teaching experience and now writes full-time. As an English and English as a Second Language teacher, she had students complete story writing assignments. One day, she decided to do one of her own assignments, and her first short story collection, Shaherazade's Daughters was born. She hasn't stopped since, completing a second book, The Siddiqui Brothers in Cairo a short time later. She now uses her fiction as a broader canvas to entertain and teach, conveying meaningful but spiritually based lessons, helping to enlighten humanity in her own way.
For more about Sameena and where to purchase her books, follow the links below:
The Siddiqui Brothers in Cairo
Positive Inspirations Radio Show hosted by Frederica Ehimen, is designed to help you live your best life. The show focuses on giving our listeners encouraging stories, the best quotes and self affirmations to help you deal with improving your life & sometimes dealing with the difficulties in life. We will also have special guests from time to time, who will discuss what gets them through the day, or what has helped them achieve success.
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Jeanette's Autism Show is a place for discussions around all things Autism - advocacy, identity, relationships, work, study, gender, pets, sensory things, passions and more. Jeanette and her invited guests have a conversation about the guest's interests and expertise. Jeanette is an author, artist, mental health and Autism advocate, public speaker and human mum to Mr Kitty. The show is auspiced through the good people at advocacy organisation Positively Autistic. For this episode, Jeanette is interviewing Professor Tony Attwood.
Tony Attwood is a clinical psychologist who has specialised in autism spectrum disorders since he qualified as a clinical psychologist in England in 1975. He currently works in his own private practice, and is also adjunct professor at Griffith University, Queensland and senior consultant at the Minds and Hearts clinic in Brisbane. His book Asperger’s Syndrome – A Guide for Parents and Professionals has sold over 350,000 copies and has been translated into over 25 languages. His subsequent book, The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome, was published in October 2006 and is one of the primary textbooks on Asperger’s syndrome. He has several subsequent books published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Future Horizons Inc. and Guilford Press.
Tony has been invited to be a keynote speaker at many Australasian and International Conferences. He presents workshops and runs training courses for parents, professionals and individuals with Asperger's syndrome all over the world and is a prolific author of scientific papers and books on the subject.
He has worked with many thousands of individuals of all ages with Asperger's syndrome or an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Join us for one of the most candid and raw discussion ever to come up on Diva's House. We will break down the difference between the Ghettos and the trailer parks. Who has it better and who has it the worse. For centries people have lived in both. Now with all the jokes about the ghetto and trailer trash why are these two ways of living looked down upon. It's something that we will discuss openly and candidly. So join us for a discussion that will have you on the edge of your chair. Keep it locked.
Host Pia Louise invites you to listen in to Astrologer, Susan Miller of www.AstrologyZone.com. Susan shares her journey and how she overcame a tremendous childhood health issue to become the global Astrologer people seek for guidance. She has authored nine books and each month her followers anticipate her monthly forecasts.
One of Susan's most popular books is, "Planets and Possibilities: Explore the World of the Zodiac Beyond Just Your Sign" Gain powerful insights and live your life to the fullest!
You know that Forrest Gump quote about life being like a box of chocolates? Well, you never know what you'll get in BlogTalkRadio's life category! Our hosts are as diverse as humanity, so anything and everything that makes up daily living is discussed here. Get expert advice, share stories and connect with people from across the globe on following your destiny, interior decorating, success in the workplace, interpreting dreams, starting a garden, and even shows about world hunger, music, philosophy, pop culture, political agendas, fashion, charitable giving and holiday preparation. Basically, if you can think it, someone's likely talking about it. And since life wouldn't be complete without romance, tune in to thousands of shows on relationships and ask bestselling authors, celebrities, physicians and consultants of all stripes your questions on dating, sex, finding a soul mate, getting through rough patches, co-habitation, dealing with divorce and loss, and much more.
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