Author interviews that challenge us to live our best life. Family, work, balance, and more.
Bohemian Daughters with Anttonia Barten
It was August 1968 and nine-year-old Anttonia Barten was enjoying her last day of summer camp in Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, when she was awakened ...
Join me as I speak with author Anttonia Barten about her book "BOHEMIAN DAUGHTERS: Family Quest."
Pick up your copy online: https://www.bohemiantruestory.com/
This Wonderful Thing Called Life with James Grace
Join me as I talk with author James Grace. When asked, "Who is James Grace? What makes you, you?" He replied...
Born in Saskatchewan, I moved to northern Alberta at a young age where I met most of my really close friends who, to this day, still love and support me even when we don’t get a chance to speak for extended periods. I graduated and went to work in the oil sands right out of high school, earning great money and living the life I thought I was supposed to live. I met Rita when I was twenty-two and fell instantly in love. We married and started having kids, Jacob, Ryan, and Jimmy, who, along with my wife, began teaching me invaluable lessons—some hard, some easy, all necessary. Right around my forty- third birthday, as was always intended, I began to hear the lessons that were being offered, and my journey began.
Divine Sweetness with Jennieke Janaki
The search of everlasting love with author Jennieke Janaki. You can find her online: www.sharanamyoga.com
Life is Just a Bowl of Choices with Robyn Russell
Join me as I discuss the inspiration behind the writing of a memoir from an ordinary 68-year-old woman sharing her thoughts on the choices she was given during her life and the decisions she took. It also looks at the overall consequences of those decisions and how they affected both the writer and those around her.
Visit Robyn online at www.lifeisjustabowlofchoices.com
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder with Dr. Susan Rich
Dr. Rich highlights her journey of discovery that alcohol – our social drug of choice – has led to the incarceration of individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure who unwittingly commit unsophisticated crimes and are often left holding the bag in crimes they are duped into committing. According to the CDC, whereas 1 in 20 children in “middle America” are affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), 2 to 3 times that number are affected in communities of color. That means 1 in 10 to 1 in 7 Native American, African American, and Hispanic children have brain damage associated with prenatal alcohol. Much of the damage occurs in the late 3 rd to early 4 th week post-conception, before most women know they are pregnant. Males who use alcohol during preconception (up to 3 months before pregnancy) stages cause “methylation” effects in sperm DNA causing susceptibility to the embryo t alcohol exposure during the pregnancy. These “epigenetic” effects last for generations.
Susan is the author of "The Silent Epidemic: A Child Psychiatrist’s Journey beyond Death Row" You can find Susan online: www.susandrich.com
Capacity for Truth with Bernard Fischer
Capacity for Truth is a focused and detailed study of the gospel teachings of Christ. It is a complete review and analysis of his doctrines, designed to provide a complete picture and context of his teachings and to educate Christians concerning higher spiritual principles Christ outlined for his disciples and for his followers.
Pick up your copy on Amazon: https://amzn.to/32Pf5em
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Listened for help with BPD. I think she mentions the symptoms once, says we want to hear from you if you have them, then ends the show. Mostly commercials and a live ad for diabetic info. Zero help.