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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sznFb5YJXeE Today on Resilient Radio Podcast... we have a Hope Dealer in Longterm Recovery, a man of faith by the name of David Stoecker. Stoecker has held many positions helping those battling addiction. Currently, he is: -Coordinator of Advocacy and Education Outreach at Missouri Recovery Network -Co-Founder of Springfield...
It is no secret that young people are susceptible to the multitude of misinformation that vaping is harmless.  Whether they are getting that information from social media, regular media or from their friends, they are being misled to believe that vaping is safe and that they are in no danger at all.  However, we now know that just the opposite is true.  E-cigarettes...
When is it okay to demand or rush a recipient to only answer, “Yes or No,” to a question you ask? Have you ever been impatient when someone cannot give you a simple Yes or No? Unless you are trying to sell a product or service, negotiate a contract, or productively time...
Sometimes life seems hard to bear. Full of sorrow, trouble, and woe. It's then I have to remember, that it's in the Valley I grow. If I always stayed on the mountain top and never experienced pain, I would never appreciate God's love and would be living in vain. I...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T1G8gO1TO4&feature=youtu.be Today we have Recovery Warrior Victor Estrada!!! He is fighting on the front lines of this "War on Drugs." He is an active board member of Recovery Alliance and Homeless Outreach. Estrada uses social media to connect with others and is making his mark in time by helping...
So, if you notice someone else in life doing things similar as you, just remember...nobody else can do things exactly like you. You have a uniqueness about the way you are and your passion cannot be replicated. Be yourself! Your good efforts can make a positive difference for others.
26:25 Minute Listen: Our next guest is Jam Alker, of the Jam Alker Band. Alker is a rising star in the music industry that is gaining attention not for just his talent but also for his embarking journey of self-discovery and helping people who struggle with addiction. As a child, Alker grew up in domestic violence and that played a heavy role in his life. He spent years battling a heroin addiction and often turned to sex, attention, and fame to feel the emptiness he carried. During the height of his addiction, he put his guitar down. He eventually found himself sick and in search of something much bigger than himself to get him well. Alker’s life finally began to change. He picked up the guitar and set out on a mission to help others seeking Recovery. It doesn’t stop there. Jam went on a “life tour” sharing his story and music wherever he can. His story has been featured on CBS News, Google Headquarters and just got signed with Sony Records. Listen up as Jam Alker shares in-depth, his story on Resilient Radio Podcast.
—Starting a company requires action Focus Area: 360° Planning Version 1.8.5 As entrepreneurs, we are constantly expected to...

Mommy Wars

Why in the world are Mommy Wars alive and well? Mommy Wars can be defined as, "Mom Shaming," or criticizing or degrading a mom for parenting decisions because those choices are different than what the shamer might do or believe. Theses wars need to be defused. We are now living in an, "All Types of Families Age," and need to learn to look at other mothers without judgment and scorn. Mothers do not need to feel guilty for doing what is best for their family and other mothers do not need to shame them for doing so.
June 24, 2019 MELISSA WHALEY APPOINTED TO 2019 TNCPE BOARD OF EXAMINERS NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Melissa Whaley, President of Tennessee Advocacy Talk, has been appointed by the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence (TNCPE) to the 2019 Board of Examiners. As...

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