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  • 00:45

    Beyond Codependency

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    Do you know the actual definition of codependent? No? That’s okay, because no one does. It’s a term that was created by treatment professionals in the 80’s. In the early 80’s when treatment centers became overrun with people abusing and addicted to alcohol and drugs, clinicians attempted to lump them all together and find one label to cover the myriad of phases of addiction their clients were showing up in (read: diagnoses were becoming more and more difficult to make, and were often wrong). This led to a change in the terminology from “alcoholism” and “addicted” to “chemical dependency”. On tonight's podcast we'll discuss where the term "codependent" came from, and whether or not it actually applies to you.

  • 00:20

    Yadira en el Reino Feliz!!!

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    Bienvenidos a nuestro primer show ... Yadira en el Reino feliz!
    Hoy vamos a presentar los objetivos, las normas y los sueños.
    Nuestro tema principal: Transparencia, Honestidad desde una perspectiva de los padres
     Se discutirá el ying y el yang de la vida desde nuestra perspectiva
    ¡Un poco sobre mí!
    Yadira V. Calderón, oriunda de Puerto Rico, come, respira, sueña, desafia y acepta el autismo en los últimos cinco años. Ella es una guerrera dedicada directora de cortometrajes y autora del libro pronto será publicado Autismo: El reino feliz. Tiene una Maestria en Relaciones Internacionales y Diplomacia, habla tres idiomas y ha vivido en seis países, después de haber viajado a otro veintisiete. Sus amigos saben que ella es determinada, persistente, positiva, creativa, de mente abierta y realista, y cree que estos atributos y los descubiertos recientemente, la han preparado para convertirse en la madre de  Thomais, de ocho años de edad.
    Yadira ha trabajado como editora de Publicaciones para la industria de alimentos; Logística - Industria del Cemento; Profesora a tiempo parcial en China - Liaoning Normal Univ / MO State Univ .; y Asistente de Maestro en 3 escuelas medias - aulas de educacion especial. En la actualidad, ofrece apoyo a los adultos con necesidades especiales.
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/autismhappykingdom/
    Yadira en el Reino feliz! se puede disfrutar en:   http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yadirareinofeliz
    Preguntas: Envíenos un correo electrónico: autismhappykingdom@gmail.com
     

  • 01:00

    Special Parents Confidential 50 ADHD Nation Alan Schwarz

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    ADHD Nation, Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the making of an American Epidemic, is a new book by New York Times correspondent Alan Schwarz, that is putting a lot of focus on ADHD and the way it’s diagnosed and treated in the United States. Alan Schwarz is the Pulitzer Prize nominated investigative reporter who wrote more than 100 articles that helped expose the serious problems of concussions in football players of all ages. His work lead to movies and documentaries about the seriousness of concussions and to the NFL finally admitting the problem and making changes in how they deal with the problems.
    Excessive Diagnosis?
    Mr. Schwarz has done an intense amount of research in statistical evidence that shows an often higher number of children and adults are being diagnosed with ADHD, nearly three times the established number. This means millions of people more than expected are being diagnosed, or often misdiagnosed. He also profiles a number of the major names involved in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. Including Dr. Keith Conners, who has been called “the father of ADHD”, and we learn his concerns about how his work has been misused.
    A Fair Balance.
    ADHD Nation is a very well balanced book, in that it doesn’t attempt to deny that ADHD is a valid medical condition. In fact the book opens with the statement, “AHDH is real.” Mr. Schwarz proves that in the correct circumstances ADHD medications work and are highly effective. But, as you’ll hear in this interview, far too many people, especially children, are being put on the medications when they clearly do not have ADHD and don’t need medications. This is an important book and you’ll learn how Mr. Schwarz researched the numbers and compiled the evidence that he presents in the book.

  • 00:14

    Guess who's back????

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    I began this show almost 9 years ago. I'm back and ready to make this a success!

  • 00:12

    Bud Veno

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  • 00:35

    The Counterfeit

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    Special guest, Jamie Forbush will be sharing about "the counterfeit" that lurks around the internet and is the source of addiction for many.  Join me as we talk about protecting our kids from ography.  Learn how ography creeps into the hearts and minds of our children and how to prevent this from happening.  To learn more on how to protect your family, visit http://www.thecounterfeit.org/index.html.
    Julie Hatch is a Family Restoration Guide.  She takes families from broken to bonded by teaching them skills in communication, discipline, setting boundaries and establishing trust.  She is a speaker, author and edcuator.   To connect with Julie, visit www.Calendly.com/Julie-connector.

  • 00:29

    What do you see when you look in the mirror of your child(ren) face?

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    Remember when you were a child and your friends would say you look just like your mom or dad. Then in your teenage years you would say things like I am never going to treat my kids like my parents treat me. Then as a young adult you start to realize you act or behave just like you parents. The one day you wake up as an adult and realize you have become your parents and you are shocked !!! So the lessons you have learned growing up have now become a way of your life. Then you look in the mirror of your child's face and realize that you want to change somethings about you ! What are the questions that start to form in your mind as you look in the mirror of you child? How far from what you taught them have you grown or not? What things do you want to change from the inside out in order to help your children by first helping your self?

  • 00:09

    Advocating Vs. Suffocating: Helping Care Takers Take Care PART TWO

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    In PART TWO of this episode of Foundations, we will explore the difference between "Advocating" and "Suffocating" and learn additional tips on how to reduce stress and enjoy our time with our children or the children we are working with.

  • 00:56

    Brighton Center Interview with the Experts: Speech and Occupational Therapy

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    Lauren Garleff-CCC-SLP and Paige Scott, OTRL join host Holly Carter for a conversation about child development.  Call in live during the show and ask your child development questions!

  • 00:30

    Stop Fatherlessness

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    Fatherlessness is an epidemic and its time to face it head on. Children who growup fatherlessness take this dissappointment into their adulthood which creates a ripple affect that has detoriated the family structure for hundreds of years. It is time to address the harsh realities of fatherlessness, but also find solutions that will create a better future. Fatherlessness doesn't have a race, but it affects us all. Join us as we tackle fatherlessness one stop sign at a time.