Recent Posts in ‘Archive of Past Shows’
AIRED: January 26, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: Our guest, Laurice Molinari, believes that providing books that pique a child’s interest can be the beginning of a lifelong interest in reading. She states, “The only reward our children need to get them to read is to give them a book they will love. Hopefully, a book with a story that continues, where they can look forward to the next installment.”
“Parenting with a Story: Real-Life Lessons in Character for Parents and Children to Share” | Paul Smith
AIRED: January 5, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: Parenting with a Story gathers 101 narratives from people around the world and from all walks of life, reflecting unexpected moments of clarity about who they are and how they should treat others. The lessons illuminate the power of character—integrity, curiosity, creativity, grit, kindness, patience, gratitude, and more—to prepare us for anything.
REPLAY: December 29, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Krista Vance, author of Meet Jamie Now: A Life Free of Autism, shares her story that inspires laughter, tears, and most of all, hope. With her strength, love of family, and never-failing optimism, Krista Vance proves that almost anything is possible, including curing autism.
AIRED: December 22, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Former NFL lineman Steve Wright believes that for the sport to continue thrive, improved safer football equipment must be developed to keep up with the bigger, faster and stronger players of today.
“BEYOND ADDICTION Part 2 – How Science and Kindness Help People Change” | Carrie Wilkens PhD, & Nicole Kosanke PhD
AIRED: December 15, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Beyond Addiction, is a powerful new book that offers an alternative to the twelve-step program. Its powerful message is one of hope—showing family and friends how they can use kindness, positive reinforcement, and motivational and behavioral strategies to help their loved ones change.
“FAREWELL, ALEPPO – Syria of the past when Jews Muslims & Christians lived in peace” | Claudette Sutton
AIRED: December 8, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: When we hear the word Syria, we think perpetual civil war, ISIS, and a death toll nearing a quarter million. Most of us aren’t aware of the Syria described in journalist Claudette Sutton’s new memoir, Farewell Aleppo, a time when Jews, Muslims and Christians lived side by side as they had for centuries, attending school together, living and practicing what they believed.
AIRED: December 1, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Researchers at The New School in New York City have found evidence that literary fiction improves a reader’s capacity to understand what others are thinking and feeling. Palumbro believes that when properly executed, they can have a positive impact “empathetically” on the reader.
“Second Chances for Young Offenders & The Documentary: Lost in Life” | Hassan Latif and Sean Ahshee Taylor.
AIRED: November 24, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: The behavior of the criminal conduct-driven person undeniably defies both the logic and intelligence others attribute to them (or they to themselves). Second Chance Center, located in Denver Colorado, is implementing different approaches to this population and their unique needs and circumstances,
AIRED: November 17, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Mitzi Weinman takes the complexities of get things done to a new level, using straightforward approaches to help her clients develop good habits and techniques to improve productivity, effectiveness, focus and reduce stress.
AIRED: November 10, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: In Wild Creative, Tami Lynn Kent, award-winning author of Wild Feminine shows you how to tap into your creative center. By understanding our own creative currency, we can redesign core patterns and transform our use of creative energy.
REPLAY: November 3, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Allen and Dr. Melody are joined by Jamison Monroe to discuss when kids start down the “wrong” path, what should parents do? Where to look for help? There are many adolescent programs out there, but let’s talk about what works and what doesn’t work. What happens after treatment?
AIRED: October 27, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: . In Colorado, Kim Dvorchak, the executive director of the Colorado Juvenile Defender Coalition (CJDC), said that since these new laws have taken affect, the number of young people put directly into the adult system in Colorado has dropped by nearly 85 percent
“Ultimate Dining Hall Hack – Delicious, Nutritious & Ingenious Gourmet Meals out of Cafeteria Food” | Priya Krishna
AIRED: October 20, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Priya Krishna’s revolutionary new cookbook, “Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks”, instructs students on how to create nutritious meals using 100 basic food items available in virtually every college dining hall.
REPLAY: October 13, 2013 – 11:00 am PST ::Situated in some of the most scenic forested area in the country, outdoor activities at Building Bridges are both a vital and natural extension of Building Bridges therapeutic program. Showing young men new and positive outlets for their energies is another tool for them to use in a sober and manageable lifestyle.