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Live in Family

  • Live & Upcoming Episodes (13)
  • The Hope Collection Coaches Call

    in Family

    Hear what the coaches of The Hope Collection share of how they are helping others

  • January Jones - Helping Kids Deal with Bullies? with Al Johnson

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    Bullies Be Gone Project! with Al Johnson This project provides a complete poetic approach to the subject of bullying. It uses poignant, powerful, humorous, inpsirational and motivational words to offset the vitriolic words of the bully! This project provides a complete poetic approach to the subj
    Category: Health & Wellness Mental Health
    Publish Date: May 11, 2020
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  • America And Its History

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    A look at America and over time and it various personalized analysis.

  • GOD'S FAVORITES MINISTRY

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    HAVE YOU LOST A LOVED ONE?
    SON OR DAUGHTER TO DRUGS OR TO THE PRISON WALLS.
    MAYBE SLAIN MY THE BULLET, ETC.
    GOD'S FAVORITES ARE REACHING OUT TO HELP HEAL YOUR HURTS.
     
    JESUS SAID IN MATT. 11:28, COME UNTO ME ALL YE THAT LABOR AND ARE HEAVY LADEN, AND I WILL GIVE YOU REST.

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    The Affects of Drinking and Driving

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    On today's show, we discuss The Affects of  Drinking and Driving with Jessica Robinson. This year may go down as one of the worst years for drunk-driving deaths. On average, 28 people a day have been killed in DUI accidents. Jessica Robinson knows the pain a drunk driver can cause because she was one. She said around 1:00am  I got in my car and headed home. I had been awake for almost 18 hours and was definitely feeling it. Only minutes from reaching home my eyes started to get heavy and for an instant I closed them, taking my eyes off of the road. When I opened them I was approaching a truck right in front of me, I tried to steer around it but it was too late. Glass breaking, tires screeching, my voice screaming, then silence…Is this a bad dream? It wasn’t... I was there, hanging upside down in my seat, the car had rolled. This was not a dream, this was real, I was alive but someone else was not. 
    Guest Speaker Information: Jessica Robinson, Jessica's Operation Orange Email: info@jessicasoperationorange.com website : http://jessicasoperationorange.com 
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  • Killing & Eating The Goldmine Goose: 619-768-2945

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    Today on it's My House TV Podcast we shall be discussing how many people miss out on Generational Wealth because they do not recognize the Geese That Lay The Gold Eggs in their families.  Instead they kill the Goose That Lay The Gold Eggs and Then THEY EAT THE GOOSE.
    Our LIVE STREAM number is 619-768-2945,

  • "International Divine Intervention Day"

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    Please join us live as we delve into the discussion on Mission and Ministry.  Please call in at (347) 857-1769, or listen live at drjessewalker.com.

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    A Man and His Money

    in Dads and Family

    On today's show, we discuss A Man and His Money with returning guest  Douglas Reprogle Founder and COO of AGAPE Adoption Agency of Arizona INC,. When it comes to money, men tend to take more risks and don't save for emergencies. Men use money as a score card and can struggle with self-esteem when there are financial problems. 
    Douglas Reprogle with AGAPE Adoption Agency of Arizona INC. Phone: 480.272.7994  Website: http://www.agapeaz.org
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  • Erica Komisar - Chicken Little the Sky Isn’t Falling

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    Parenting expert Erica Komisar knows the struggles many parents face as their children enter adolescence and has written a new book as a reference for anyone struggling to find answers. According to Ms. Komisar, “Although the first three years are critical to the social emotional development of children and their ability to cope with adversity, the good news is that parents have another opportunity in adolescence, due to right brain development, to have a great impact on their child’s ability to regulate their emotions and build resilience.”  
    Chicken Little the Sky Isn’t Falling is a comprehensive guide that offers the tools you need as a parent to navigate this tumultuous time of change and create a continuous deep connection with your child. Covering topics including anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral issues, addiction to name just a few, it will help readers learn how to help prevent, recognize and address mental health disorders.  Ms. Komisar offers compassionate and practical advice to parents on how to help their child with these issues if they occur.  
    Erica Komisar, LCSW is a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst, and parent guidance expert who has been in private practice in New York City for over 30 years. As a psychological consultant, she brings parenting workshops to schools, clinics, corporations, and childcare settings. She is also a contributing editor to the Institute for Family Studies. Erica lives in New York, New York with her husband and is the mother to three adolescent children. 
    Visit her website at: www.komisar.com 

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    5 Steps to Create Successful Family Dinners

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    Let's make mealtime meaningful
     
    Family dinners bring people together and contribute to your children's success and sense of stability. But what if getting everyone to the table feels like a feat—or a fight? In this episode, Carol and Anne share simple ways to help you all sit down for meaningful meals together. Just a few small changes can make a world of difference, no matter which of the 4 Types of children you're raising.
    This week’s Parenting Practice
    Ask yourself if family dinners are going the way you would like them to. If not, choose one of the tips from this podcast episode to put into practice. It takes practice to find what works for your family, so be patient, find out what's getting in the way, and create the experience you want together. Learn more from Carol each week! Visit thechildwhisperer.com and receive Carol and Anne's weekly Parenting Practice right to your inbox.

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    Dealing With A Narcissist Ex-Spouse

    in Dads and Family

    On our show today, we discuss Dealing With A Narcissist Ex-Spouse with ShaRon Rea, Certified Life and Parenting Coach. Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of ultra-confidence lies a fragile self-esteem that’s vulnerable to the slightest criticism. ~Mayo Clinic 
    Guest Speaker Information: The Whole Family Coaching E-mail: ShaRon@thewholefamilycoaching.com Website: www.thewholefamilycoaching.com
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