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Welcome to the Rule Scroggins Family Law podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified family law attorneys Keeli Rule and Mark Scroggins who share information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law.
Temporary Orders Hearings in Texas Divorce and Family Law with Mark Scroggins:
The purpose of the Temporary Orders hearing and subject matter decided;
Priorities in preparing for a Temporary Orders hearing, making advance agreements;
What to expect in court, what procedures are involved in a Temporary Orders hearing;
Do not anger the judge and the process, what not to do in a Temporary Orders hearing;
What to do if temporary orders of the court are not being followed by the other party.
Board certified in family law, Mark L. Scroggins (214) 578-0941, is an aggressive and experienced trial attorney with a sound understanding of business matters that serves him well in family law. An accomplished speaker and author, Mr. Scroggins has practiced family law throughout the state of Texas for over 20 years. He has written about family law matters for Texas Lawyer and numerous other periodicals and has spoken about litigation technology before numerous organizations and corporate clients. Mark Scroggins has a unique background in cutting-edge litigation technology, utilized by the entire Firm to increase the benefit to its litigation clients.
Caregiving involves caring for others, giving our time, pushing ourselves to the limit, advocating, learning and loving.
Many times it also involves sharing.
Five caregivers, Pegi Foulkrod, Gincy Heins, Trish Hughes Kreis, Richard Kries and Kathy Lowrey got together and decided to share their collective wisdom with other caregivers. We all started, knowing just about nothing about caregiving but we learned “on the job” and by talking, laughing, crying and sharing with each other.
365 Caregiving Tips: Practical Tips from Everyday Caregivers is the beginning of a series of books created with the intent of helping others through their caregiving journey. The tips are practical because as caregivers, we have to be practical. We have to make the most of our limited time, money and energy and these tips are designed with those limited resources in mind.
Listen in and learn how Pegi Gincy, Tirsh, Richard and Kathy are creating Healing Ties all around us!
Chris MacLellan, The Bow Tie Guy, is the host of Healing Ties and the author of "What's The Deal With Caregiving"
To learn more about Chris visit www.thebowtieguy.com
Healing Ties is apart of the Whole Care Network, INC
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Domestic violence is a hidden truth in many families. There are men, women and children who are victims of abuse within their homes at the hands of people who they love the most. Continued domestic violence very often leads to a tragic end for the entire family. What is domestic abuse? What are the signs? How is domestic abuse destroying our families? What are the effects on the children? What can be done to stop it? Is there still hope for the family? Join us on Friday April 29, 2016 at 8 P.M. Eastern as we attempt to answer these questions and more. Please call (657) 383-1571 to chime in on the conversation or click the link to stream as we discuss this family matter!
You can listen to Jonathan on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11:00 AM PST. To listen or talk with Jonathan call 657-383-0369.
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I’m pleased to announce that my Book “A Slice of Life” is now available on Amazon.com (Kindle) and Nook (Barnes and Noble).
Also, if you are interested in Identity Theft and Protecting yourself you can call me at 805-380-3315 to learn more!
Strangulation is can be lethal within minutes, and can cause a victim to black out in seconds. It's also used a lot by domestic violence perpetrators. Sometimes it's not taken very seriously by courts or law enforcement, or even by victims, but as one survey indicated, nearly ten percent of women have been strangled by a partner in their lives.
Gael B. Strack is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder for Alliance for HOPE International and she knows a lot about what strangulation is and what it does to victims. Programs of the Alliance include: National Family Justice Center Alliance, Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention, Camp HOPE America, Justice Legal Network and VOICES Survivor Network, and we will talk about what all this means and what can be done about it
Born in Nashville, Tennessee, D’Wynter Cold began singing at the tender age of two years old. Coming from a family with a music background, she quickly adapted a passion and unique talent for writing and performing, and at twelve years old, blew away a crowd to get to the final round at “The Apollo.” In 2010, D’Wynter took her talents to Music Row, the heart of Nashville’s entertainment scene, to work with a recording label and head collaborations with artists from all over the country.
D’Wynter’s unique and sultry vocal tones and glamorous style put her in a lane of her own as she began to emerge on the music scene. Singles "Shoulda Waited" and "Slow To Bleed” broke musical barriers in her hometown, which lead to her nominations for "Best R&B Artist, "Best Music Video" and "Best Performance" at the Southern Entertainment Awards. Her gifts landed her in the top 300 during “American Idol” Season 11 in 2011 and deemed her a fan-favorite on “The Voice” in 2013. Her budding career has continued to grow into 2015. She has shared concert stages with artists like Crissy Collins, infamous background vocalist for Beyonce, and more recently collaborated with Rick Ross and Won-G to introduce a radio smash single, “Rich Together,”.
In this episode of Pot Talk Radio we share the story of the Rudd family regarding CPS & Marijuana.
On Sept. 27, 2015, Baby Peter was stolen at seven days old out of the hospital by CPS using lies and illegal tactics!!! My live in fiance is a qualified preschool teacher Title 22 infant first aide and cpr certified, who has internshipped teaching toddlers with severe Autism. She is one year away from finishing her Bachelor's degree in Special Education to teach K-3, and is a full time student online who is well trained in Early child development and attends a private Christian University. I myself, worked for about 5 years for the school district as a classroom aide for preschoolers with moderate to severe special needs, and I am also educated in Early Child Development. I work two jobs, and when my wife starts teaching Elementary School, then I will go back to college full time while she works and I stay home with the baby.
We wanted a child forever, and finally, God blessed me with a son. CPS took him right out of the hospital. They asked me to interview saying that I could not see my baby unless I complied, so I complied. They did a swab test, it was inconclusive on cannabinoids, meaning it did not say one way or the other if I had used them. I had a prescription for legal medical use for permanent hard to treat pain caused by a near death auto injury years back that broke my jaw in half and off both hinges and caused pain in my spine.
We have SO much to say that it's hard to know where to begin! Gabriela Martina starts our episode on 4/30 at one p.m. Eastern. Her new "No White Shoes" is getting incredible BUZZ - and she's a natural to star in our special Saturday edition of "Hybrid Jazz." Originally from Switzerland, Gabriela received an education in London - but also in her native city of Lucerne. There, she immersed herself in the multi-faceted music scene before heading to Berklee in Boston for more adventures. I must tell you that this amazing talent discovered her calling early in life, as she sang (and yodeled!) in her family's Swiss band. The experiences that she had at home paved the way for connections formed in the States - Gabriela has worked with some heavyweights - as diverse as Meshell Ndegeocello, Jack DeJohnette, and Angelique Kidjo. What a joy to introduce her to you!
Charmaine Clamor is no stranger - many moons ago, yours truly had the opportunity to interview her on "Cool Jazz Conversations." She is a remarkable woman from Subic-Zambales, in The Philippines. Her precious memories revolve around playing the piano while her Mom sang Filipino torch songs and beloved favorites from America. Passion intact, Charmaine made her way to Southern California with a dream of singing and uplifting her country. Somewhere along the way, she ALSO got a Masters degree in Physical Therapy! This "Queen of Jazzipino" has had a handful of albums that have garnered her rave reviews - and we might get some news about an upcoming project when she visits.
In the mix, too, for this glorious gathering for global Jazz: a giveaway! Gregory Porter's new CD before it's released :) "Take Me to the Alley" - autographed - can be yours! All you have to do is LISTEN and you might be the winner! See you in The Chat Room on 4/30!
Every Friday at 9 PM Central you can join Host Rev Donald Lewis for the ~Correllian Family Hour~ as we explore the exciting world of Correllian Wicca. News and views, interviews, and information on the Correllian Lifestyle.
Tonight join us for a Beltane Ritual and afterwards a discussion of the recent Lustration and Investiture of First Priestess Co-Regent Stephanie Neal
Welcome to HELL IS FOR CHILDREN – a blog talk radio program for and by Protective Mothers with your host Geerte Frenken. Today’s guest is Protective Tina Kufner. She lost her 2 children to their pedophile father who took them to Germany 9 years ago. Tina is the Founder of the Melo Project Runway Program that organizes The Indigo Ribbon Challenge; a fashion project that support child abuse victims. So what is a Protective Mother? A Protective Mother tries to protect her child or children from their abusive father by many means necessary, which is an uphill battle in today’s corrupt Family Court system that thrives on paternal entitlement. However, Protective Mothers worldwide are uniting to fight for the right to keep their children in what could be called a new Civil Rights movement. Needless to say, we are not interested in haters here. We offer a safe haven for Protective Moms to share their stories (can be anonymously). And we don’t just want to share our horror stories here. This program is meant to be a platform of constructive support and a think-tank for solutions. Other guests who can contribute to this topic in a positive manner are welcome as well. Are you a listener who has tips for our guests? Then please call in at 347-850-1243 at 12PM EST! Are you ready? Operation EXPOSE continues!
Visit Tina Kufner’s Melo Project Runway Program here: http://meloprojectrunway.com/
Information about The Indigo Ribbon Challenge can be found here http://www.melo-international.com/i-.html
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The oldest known records concerning combat techniques, hieroglyphic scrolls from Egyptian tombs date as far back as 4000 B.C. describing military training fights similar to boxing (Ngumi) and wrestling (Mkazo Ncha Shikana)." Making ancient Egypt or (Kemet) the first record of mixed martial arts and martial arts in gene eral and making martial arts a part of the curriculum of the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries. Herodotus the father of Greek history states, that long before Rameses II, ruled both Egypt and Ethiopia, perhaps as far back as 8000 B.C., boxing and wrestling was introduced to Egypt from Ethiopia. John Grombach "The Saga Of The Fist" A.S. Barnes and Co. Publishing. In the Beni Hasan Tombs of ancient Egypt, wall paintings show that the Egyptians knew virtually every hold practiced today and the wrestling is both of the upright and ground varieties. Should Black women learn more about combat training? Tune in to find out.