Recent Posts in ‘Archive of Past Shows’
“The Straight A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School” | Hunter Maats and Katie O’Brie
AIRED: August 25, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: A number of ‘popular’ books address what is wrong with the educational system, but there has not been a book, until now, written directly to and for the student. The Straight A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School, addresses the truth about what would really make a difference.
Back by Popular Demand: “Not by Chance: How parents boost their teens success in and out of treatment” | Dr. Tim Thayne
REPLAY: August 4, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Dr. Tim Thayne joins our audience to discuss how struggling teenagers with addictions, learning disabilities, or emotional/behavioral issues have brought their parents to a moment of decision. He delivers answers and serves up concrete tools, hope, confidence, and stamina for families, professionals and mentors.
AIRED: July 28, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: In Faith Wave, Peter Baksa reveals that every one of us has a capacity of becoming a superhuman by ‘training’ our brain to achieve anything we desire and become the best version of ourselves.
AIRED: July 21, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Once in a great while, a novel is written that dives deeply into a real and present danger to children, from the poorest to richest countries. Such is the case with Patrick Brigham’s new book, An Angel Over Rimini – Abduction, Human Trafficking, which revolves around the abduction investigation of a little British girl.
“TWICE-EXCEPTIONAL KIDS: Finding and Nurturing Gifted Students with Challenges or Disabilities” | Lois Baldwin
AIRED: July 14, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Students who are gifted with learning challenges or physical disabilities are at-risk because many times their emotional struggles go unnoticed. According to Baldwin, a successful perspective shift is a problem-solving culture where everyone “owns” all of the kids and collaborates together on an on-going basis for their benefit.
“Safely Ever After: Safe-Smart Rules that Empower Kids and their Families Against Child Predators | Pattie Fitzgerald
AIRED: July 7, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, provides up-to-date information on prevention education programs to help empower families against child predators. Children learn vital skills and strategies so they can recognize a potentially threatening situation, and teens focus on make safe choices as they gain more independence.
AIRED: June 30, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: According to Kevin Randall, self-harm is an increasingly pervasive symptom of emotional distress among young women. For many young women self-harm is not a coping skill, it is a survival skill. Kevin describes Fulshear Ranch Academy’s success in helping young women live out of their unique potential while using tools which will help her to work through her pain.
“BEYOND ADDICTION How Science and Kindness Help People Change” | Carrie Wilkens PhD, & Nicole Kosanke PhD
AIRED: June 23, 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.
“The Secret Life of Sleep: Why is Sleep as Important for Our Bodies and Minds as Being Awake? ” | Kat Duff
AIRED: June 9, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Sleep. Few of us get enough of it. Most of us crave more. None of us, until now, knew it had a secret life. The Secret Life of Sleep, by family therapist, Kat Duff, explores what happens between the time we close our eyes in bed at night and the moment we wake up in the morning.
“Smoking Cessation: The Source – E-Cigs are a Real Danger, Especially for Young People” | Dr. Jason Levine
AIRED: May 26 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Dr. Jason Levine sees young people who are using e-cigarettes becoming addicted to nicotine – exactly what they are purported to prevent. That is a real danger. In addition, it is being glamorized under the guise of being relatively harmless, when in fact the jury is still out as to how safe it actually might be.
AIRED: May 19, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: JoyRide: Life, Death and Forgiveness is the life story of Pamela Koefoed and her sister, two gutsy little girls who drew on the love they have for each other, hold onto faith, and rise above the unthinkable horrors of child abuse to show us all the way to a richer and more meaningful life.
REPLAY -”4-1-1 on Step Parenting: Overcoming the Challenges can bring Great Rewards” | Michele Sfakianos
REPLAY: May 12, 2013 – 11:00 am PST : Michele Sfakianos joins the show to discuss the many challenges of ‘Step Parenting” and the how the attitude you put forth and paying attention to your actions can positively affect from those around you, help you overcome obstacles and bring great rewards.
Back by Popular Demand -”Open Doors to Science and 21st Century Skills to Underrepresented Youth” | Liz Sims & Carol Wiley
REPLAY: May 5, 2013 – 11:00 am PST : Liz and Carol tell our audience Earth Explorers opens doors to science and engineering careers by educating and mentoring underrepresented youth.
AIRED: April 21, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Saving Our Pennys is a non-fiction work that allows each one of us to find purpose in each day. Mentors are all around us and are often the catalyst we need for attaining perspective. One teacher, who is having a life crisis, searches to find answers to questions he thought were once answered.
“Making Informed Choices: The Possibility of Mental Health Recovery Without Medication” | Lisabeth Riis Cooper
AIRED: April 7, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Lisabeth Riis Cooper, the organization’s founder, shares with our audience unbiased evidence-based research on psychotropic medications including long-term studies have shown that people can and do recover from extreme emotional distress, often without the prolonged use of medications