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  • I See You

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    What does it mean to SEE someone? When we have the ability to look inside a persons heart and soul, we can obtain a Knowing of who they truly are. Having that Knowing helps us accept and understand who that person really is.  When we See a person honestly, we know if they are the right or wrong person for us. We know if we can trust them.  We understand their weaknesses and strengths accept  and can accept them in whatever relationship we choose to have.
    Join Gina Martell and Jodi Suson-Calhoun as they share ways to get to really SEE or Know a person.
    Jodi Suson 847-738-0242 Jodi@SusonEssentials.com www.susonessentials.com
    Gina Martell  of Zen Horse Barn 786-473-9494 https://www.coachginamartell.net
    https://www.coachginamartell.net/post/i-see-you

  • January Jones Sharing How To Rock Your Midlife with Ellen Albertson

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    Dr. Ellen is a psychologist, registered dietitian, national board-certified health and wellness coach, radio show/podcast host, and mindful self-compassion teacher. Known as The Midlife Whisperer™, she helps women have the energy, confidence, and clarity to make their next chapter their best chapter.

  • Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Dr. LaRay Price of Women’s InnerFitness

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    Bowie, MD – Dr. LaRay Imani Price is a Licensed Psychologist, U.S. Army Veteran, and CEO of Women’s InnerFitness & Wellness Center, a telehealth group practice serving Maryland, DC, Virginia, and Florida. Her primary therapeutic modality is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her collaborative interventions and homework are used to develop individualized treatment plans that support each client's understanding of their diagnosis and interventions for healing. She has extensive experience in military trauma and a passion for helping those who have been through difficult circumstances.
    “My passion for the emotional health of others has driven me to provide hope and healing to the lives of my clients so they can build the lives they desire. My process is to use psychoeducation and resiliency skills-building interventions combined with compassion and heart-centered care. Regardless of anyone’s life situation or experiences, we have all been born with the unique potential and capacity to heal and transform. I believe that through counseling,”
    Dr. Price’s work is helping to empower women by showing them that it is OK to reach out for help and counseling. Her holistic approach focuses on the mind, body, and spirit, providing support and guidance on how to cope with life’s challenges. By addressing mental, physical, and spiritual health in a comprehensive way, her work encourages women to take an active role in their well-being to create a more balanced and peaceful lifestyle.
    “Being loving to ourselves means living the best version of ourselves. I’m dedicated to helping people build a healthier, more empowered life through the power of self-love.”
    For more information, visit www.wifwc.com

  • Encouraging Widows

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    Facebook.com/TheNextChapter or Email: TNCwidows@gmail.com
    The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows' Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband.  Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, “Honor widows that are widows indeed.”
    A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.

  • Black Success with Zhana: London Black History Walks

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    Conversation with Brother Tony of London Black History Walks.  Brother Tony has, for many years, held presentations about Black history in the UK and worldwide, and is the head of the steering committee of the African Odysseys ongoing global film series.  His work, although London-based, gives a global perspective on Black history. 
    Brother Tony's presentations are always packed full of useful and intriguing factual information, and this conversation is bound to be as well. 
    Zhana will be talking with him about this work and his new book, Black History Walks in London Volume 1. 
    if you have any questions for Brother Tony, please phone in on 001 (515) 605-9325. Then press 1.
    You can also join us on Facebook at The Female Solution and on YouTube at The Female Solution.

  • Self Care is Not Selfish

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    Do you feel like you always are trying to please others? Do you put everyone’s needs before your own? You may feel as though this is a way to demonstrate care and love, but it leaves your cup empty. When you are don’t take care of yourself, fill your own cup and love yourself, you will feel depleted and empty. You are not alone and there are changes you can make today. We will share ways to help you take care of YOU, so you can then serve others even better.
    Michelle Froedge: RockstarCoach.org; myrockstarcoach@gmail.com; Facebook: @TheRockstarCoach
    Jodi Suson Hello@SusonEssentials.com 847-738-0242  https://susonessentials.com
    Have a question for Michelle or Jodi?  Call in at 515-605-9325 and press 1 to speak . 
     
     

  • Encouraging Widows

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    Facebook.com/TheNextChapter or Email: TNCwidows@gmail.com
    The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows' Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband.  Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, “Honor widows that are widows indeed.”
    A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.

  • Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Dr. LaRay Price of Women’s InnerFitness

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    Bowie, MD – Dr. LaRay Imani Price is a Licensed Psychologist, U.S. Army Veteran, and CEO of Women’s InnerFitness & Wellness Center, a telehealth group practice serving Maryland, DC, Virginia, and Florida. Her primary therapeutic modality is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her collaborative interventions and homework are used to develop individualized treatment plans that support each client's understanding of their diagnosis and interventions for healing. She has extensive experience in military trauma and a passion for helping those who have been through difficult circumstances.
    “My passion for the emotional health of others has driven me to provide hope and healing to the lives of my clients so they can build the lives they desire. My process is to use psychoeducation and resiliency skills-building interventions combined with compassion and heart-centered care. Regardless of anyone’s life situation or experiences, we have all been born with the unique potential and capacity to heal and transform. I believe that through counseling,”
    Dr. Price’s work is helping to empower women by showing them that it is OK to reach out for help and counseling. Her holistic approach focuses on the mind, body, and spirit, providing support and guidance on how to cope with life’s challenges. By addressing mental, physical, and spiritual health in a comprehensive way, her work encourages women to take an active role in their well-being to create a more balanced and peaceful lifestyle.
    “Being loving to ourselves means living the best version of ourselves. I’m dedicated to helping people build a healthier, more empowered life through the power of self-love.”
    For more information, visit www.wifwc.com

  • My Heart is Broken - What Do I Do Now Part 2

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    Episode Five
    We are continuing to read What Am I Supposed to Do Now... First Steps for the Brokenhearted, from the first chapter of Shattered Vows, by Debbie Laaser.
    Our last segment ended with a broad sweep of the practical quesstions that many wives find themselves asking at the start of their discovery.  We will take a deeper look at some of the questions that typically arise concerning husbands, children, and the wives, themselves, in the midst of the unveiling.         
     
    To call in during the show, dial: (563) 999-3558.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

  • 00:48

    Mixing It With Nicki Kris - South Carolina Children's Artist - Irene Rose

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    SIMRADIO is honored to share Children's Music singer-songwriter Irene Rose.  Join us for Mixing It with Nicki Kris on February 13th 2023 at 8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT. Connect with Irene Rose on Facebook, Instagram, and stream on Spotify.  
    Connect with Nicki Kris on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram
    Connect with #SIM on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram
    Thanks to our Podcast partner “Front Range Radio” Mixing It theme music, ‘October Sky’, by Nicki Kris
    #SistersInMusic - Together We Are Stronger
     

  • Encouraging Widows

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    Facebook.com/TheNextChapter or Email: TNCwidows@gmail.com
    The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows' Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband.  Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, “Honor widows that are widows indeed.”
    A Widow’s Touch, (available on Amazon.com) a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.