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Meet our guest:
Katherine L. Staten is a health and human service professional for well over 30 years. Her experience includes administering state and federal social service programming in local communities and working in communities that impacted national research regarding evidenced based programming.
Seeing the need to address individual, family and community trauma she launched Flourish and Grow to promote trauma consciousness and healing from grief and loss.
In her new book, Descendants of Dysfunction: What we can learn from the Bible’s dysfunctional families, Katherine seeks to start conversations about family life that may be difficult. Learn more https://sharvette.com/how-the-proper-perspective-can-propel-your-life-business-etc-with-guest-katherine-l-staten/
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?Sharvette Mitchell helps high achieving service based women entrepreneurs position their expertise with a polished visual brand, increase visibility with speaking opportunities, build authority with a published book and convert more customers with elevated content marketing. She does this with her signature Platform Builder group coaching program.
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SIMRADIO is proud to host it's inaugural Summer JAM Music Series featuring songs that you'd hear at the beach, on a hot summer night, or on a roadtrip! Hosted by Nicki Kris and Natalie Jean featuring songs by various artists from all over the world.
Songs featured on Episode 1:
Swift Timmy -Trees The PH Proejct - Lo Fi John Dunnion - The Pacific Highway John LaGasse –I’ll Be Home Suzanne’s Band - Night Blues Terrell Journey-Roller Girl Sharon McMahan - Summer Livin Gema Pearl - Skinny Dippin KeplerBeats - Slow It Down Alicia Daydreams - Maze Lo Vera - Waste Your Weekend Natalie Jean - Blocked Nicki Kris - Light It Up
We are back! After a long hiatus, HTH is back! It is time to talk about a lot of things after so many recent tragedies it is time to talk and be about change that many of us need in our lives! IT may take a tragedy for some of us to change our trajectory! Tonight we are coming ROUGH AND REAL about a lot of topics from Mental health to getting serious about HEALing!
Ready, Set, Let's GO and GROW it is time to FIND your TRUE F.O.C.U.S again, or for the first time!
Why is women's health often neglected?
Why do people of colour have different health outcomes from those experienced by white people? This is what we will discuss on today's show. Our guest is Ken Atwood, Agency Manager, Diabetic Insurance Solutions and Tribal Wealth United.
* Are Black women who are overweight perceived as "at fault" for their health issues and treated with less sympathy?
* Are Black women perceived as "over emotional" when they describe pain or discomfort and given less pain medication?
* Are Black people perceived as neglectful of their health if they have not have regular doctor visits, rather than struggling with financial limitations? * Are Black people who commit acts of violence more likely to be perceived as "criminal" rather than going through a mental health crisis?
For more information, see:
Women Aren't Cared for Like Men
Black Maternity Deaths in the UK
Many African Americans Still Cannot Access Healthcare
Why Are So Many of Our People Dying?
Death to Diabetes
Please join us for an important episode that sheds light on the Manosphere and the ohing verbal attacks on African American Women. How does white supremacy and structrual racism play a role? What is the role of sexism and misogyny? And what role do we, as a community, play in dismantling this nefarious trend? Tune in LIVE and call in with your questions and perspectives.
During this favorites replay interview with Marnie and guest, Karolyn Smith, you’ll discover:
The difference between Holy Spirit inspired “self-control” and will powered “self-control.” What it means for a Christian woman to “Self Elevate” and why God is interested in us taking care of our “selves.” The 3 “Self Elevations” and why focusing on Spiritual Wellness is the most important. Why living life without a strategy doesn't work and what to do about it. The importance of self-care and the reason you must act now. The easiest way to get started and how to start today. The biggest mistake women make, and how you can avoid it. What to expect as you move into a greater sense of self awareness, self-care and Spirit-led “Self-Elevation.” Karolyn Drone Smith is a speaker, Wellness Coach and the founder of “Self Elevate,” a platform that empowers women. Encouraging those who have experienced life challenges, Karolyn guides us to “elevate” our mindsets through spiritual disciplines, fitness and self-care. Learn more at www.SelfElevate.net and invite Karolyn to present for your group at www.WomenSpeakers.com.
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The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows' Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband. Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, “Honor widows that are widows indeed.”
A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.
Mark 5:25 And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years, 26 And had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse, 27 When she had heard of Jesus, came in the press behind, and touched his garment.
You may notice our selection of women's talk radio is curved for comfort, allowing for extra support in all the right places. Actually, if you think that's what women want to hear, spend some time on BlogTalkRadio and be prepared to take notes! Women in our post-aughts world defy categorization: we range from housewives to daredevils to CEOs, to everything in between. Our day might go from the yoga mat to ushering the kids to school to keynoting a conference to designing a park to playing on the company flag football team to attending a gala, then picking up orange juice on the way home. We are master multi-taskers, and love swapping secrets, so connect with some of the world's most notable women for advice on navigating your increasingly complex life – topics like health, starting a business, fashion, parenting, finance, cooking, decluttering, shopping, relationships, fitness, teaching and so much more.
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