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Mourning and Milestones

Dr. Kathleen Fraser, a bereavement group facilitator and author of Mourning and Milestones talks about how to cope with grief this Mother's day and on special occasions. Many times, family and friends don't know how to handle someone else's grief and often times the person grieving doesn't know how to verbalize their needs. Fraser talks about how to get through the holidays of life and how to honor the deceased by creating new traditions. mourningandmilestones.com

05/15/2018

Free Tuition for a Year; The Establishment market

Steve Klinsky from Modern States Education alliance talks about its philanthropic effort to make a college degree more affordable and attainable for everyone with the "Freshman Year for Free" Initiative which includes over 40 high quality freshman college course online, available tuition free and for credit to anyone who wants them. Modernstates.org, And Pauline Warrior, CEO of Warnun Industries, Ltd. talks about The Establishment market in west Atlanta created to eradicate food deserts in the community and to contribute to the economic vitality.

05/15/2018

Find Rest in A Busy Life

Shaunti Feldhahn, Speaker and Best Selling Author talks about the one thing that women as a whole grapple with daily in her new book Find Rest: A Women's Devotional for Lasting Peace in A Busy Life. She leads women on a 60-Day Journey through scriptures and honest reflections that focus on eight essential elements of rest. ShauntiFeldhahn.com

05/15/2018

Gospel Artist Keith Wonderboy Johnson

Keith Wonderboy Johnson, Gospel writer, producer and artist talks about his career in the gospel genre of quartet. Gospel quartets are an offshoot of barber shop quartets with four part harmonies and movements. Keith started singing at age 5 and was named the Wonderboy as he traveled with his father's group. As quartet music was literally dying, Keith brought it back with great energy, harmonies and lyrics to remind us of our Saviour! He discussed his new CD Keep Pushin'

05/15/2018

Motherhood

Dr. Joyce Morley, Psychotherapist and Relationship Expert talks about Motherhood. Morley says no matter how your child got here or under any circumstance- you are still a mother, not a “baby mama” or any other derogatory name society gives you. She talks about the joys and pains of being a good mother. Doctorjoyce.com

05/08/2018

Tena Scallon - Caregiving Expert

Tena Scallon, Caregiving Expert and author of The Ultimate Compassionate Guide to Caregiving and Founder of The Ultimate Caregiving Expert.com talks about how caregiving is changing especially financially. One-quarter of all adult children in the US are providing personal care or financial assistance to their aging parents-a number that has more than tripled over the last 15 years. $522 billion a year is the dollar value of care that families provide for older Americans. The ultimatecaregivingexpert.com

05/08/2018

Opioid Epidemic Forum

Commissioner Liz Hausmann talks about a Fulton county forum focusing on Opioid Addiction in so many communities all over the country and here locally. The panel will include the Dept. of Behavioral health, Grady Health Systems, Master Certified Addictions counselors and Georgia Substance Abuse. Statistics show that “in 2017, deaths related to drug overdoses were nearly equal to motor vehicle deaths”. This is unacceptable. Fultoncountyga.gov

05/08/2018

Brian Courtney Wilson - A Great Work

Brian Courtney Wilson, Gospel Artist, Writer and Producer talks about his new Album The Great Work, and how he writes with souls in mind. Wilson also talks about being a present father when he is not traveling all over the world spreading the gospel through song.

05/08/2018

The Opposite of Hate

Sally Kohn, CNN Commentator and Writer of the book "The Opposite of Hate-A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity " talks with leading scientists and researchers about the evolutionary and cultural roots of hate in its most subtle forms to implicit bias, racism to violence and full-blown genocide. Kohn draws on the fields of psychology and neuroscience to explore the patterns of thinking behind hate and how we are all implicated. sallykohn.com

05/01/2018

Mental Health and Children; 23 and Me

Dr. Bela Sood, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist an a senior professor for child and mental health policy talks about how unmet mental health care needs can lead to strained social relationships, poor academic performance, serious problems in adulthood, drug abuse, self-harm and even suicide. Suicide is one of the leading causes of death among children and adults. Half of all mental health signs start before the age of 14 and sometimes parents never see it. She discussed signs of mental health issues that parents need to look for in their children. Jhulianna Cintron, Genetics Expert for 23andMe talks about a new survey which uncovers how Americans feel about DNA genetic testing. 72% of Americans are interested in knowing about their risk for disease and details about their ethnicity and ancestry. The number of people who have taken the at-home test has nearly doubled in the last year.

05/01/2018
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