Recent Posts in ‘Archive of Past Shows’
AIRED: May 20, 2013 – Last year Glennon Doyle Melton wrote an essay called “Don’t Carpe Diem” that went viral and was shared half a million times in less than a week. The essay was about how parents can learn to embrace their imperfections, and stop hiding behind the idea that moms and dads need to enjoy every second of parenthood.
AIRED: May 13, 2013 – Jake Dekker shares with Allen his book, One Kid at a Time, which recounts the heartwarming story of a single, successful man who adopted a child no one else wanted, and has made it a priority to share the challenges we face and difficulties the troubled Foster Care system places on our nation.
AIRED: May 06, 2013 – Addiction is a preventable, treatable disease, not a moral failing. As with other illnesses, the approaches most likely to work are based on science — not on faith, tradition, contrition, or wishful thinking. These facts are the foundation of Clean, a myth-shattering look at drug abuse by the author of Beautiful Boy.
AIRED: April 29, 2013 – Mary discusses with Allen that by turning developments in neuroscience into easy actions anyone can take, we all have access to a powerful tool for living better.
AIRED: April 22, 2013 – What can the family do to bring healthier foods to the table … is a challenge that Annie and Dan Shannon share with Allen as they discuss their new cookbook, BETTY GOES VEGAN: 500 Classic Recipes For The Modern Family.
AIRED: April 15, 2013 – Dr. White discusses with Allen the various origins of wilderness therapy, starting with a New England summer camp founded in the 1880s. He brings forth an understanding of the field’s evolution with both its positive negative elements.
AIRED: April 8, 2013 – Allen is joined by Dr. Kenneth Cuave and Jonathan Young of New Lifestyles, where students are offered the ability to grow and thrive beyond current limitations and discomforts while making friends and continuing educational and/or career development.
AIRED: April 1, 2013 – Dr. Joel Kahn has been studying and treating patients with known or suspected heart disease. He discusses with Allen, his new book, Prevent, Not Stent, that explains how although we have many wonderful medical innovations we are not keeping our eye on the target: which is prevention.
AIRED: March 18, 2013 -Allen is joined by Janet Farnsworth, program direction of Alpine Academy, to discuss their unique behavioral treatment system uses a rationales that kids will understand, as well as point to the direct consequences of their behavior.
AIRED: March 11, 2013 – Dr. Villiers shares with our audience refers to this latter group as a generation of “children in hiding,” where anxiety and fear have “created a mass exodus who is escaping the social and academic pressures of school, to the safety of the home and the short solution it appears to provide 24 hours a day.”
AIRED: March 4, 2013 -Joining Allen is former advertising company executive and journalist Chet W. Sisk, a man who left what many would consider to be a life of corporate success to spent the last 11 years as a volunteer Life Skills instructor.
AIRED: February 25, 2013 – Jeff Goetz, of the Institute of HeartMath, shares with Allen and our listeners how the HeartMath process helping children learn how to regulate their behavior, manage emotions and thoughts, plan and organize activities, and sustain attention in daily certain tasks.
AIRED: February 18, 2013 – Danielle Nierenberg, share with Allen how Food Tank’s innovative projects work with students in schools, helping establish school gardens and incorporating environmental sustainability into curriculum.
AIRED: February 11, 2013 – Julie Simon shares with Allen and Dr. Melody that whether you’re trying to stop emotional eating, end a compulsive overeating problem, lose a large amount of weight, shed those last few pounds or just improve your health, Overeating Recovery has something for everyone.