Tag Archives: mental health
Forget the handicap and see the beauty. You’ll never be the same.
8-9PM ET: Never Say Impossible!
Host: Myra Goldick
Topic: Living with Bipolar Disorder
Meet John Aberle, Syndicated AM Radio Talk Show Host, Voiceover Talent, and Director of Business Development for an Environmental Services company that teams with disabled veteran-owned companies, minority-owned companies and others like them to help clean up and protect the environment. With his success and busy schedule it would be easy to think he has it made, but like so many people today he lives with an unseen but punishing handicap. In this exclusive interview John gives his unique, personal insight into Bipolar Disorder, bullying and other social and mental health issues facing the world today.
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8-9PM ET: Dancing On Our Disabilities
Your Host: Myra Goldick
Topic: Forget the Handicap and See the Beauty
Leigh Lewis Trimble is an upbeat lady in spite of having polio at age four and later being diagnosed with Post Polio Syndrome in her fifties. A professional artist, writer, mother, and caretaker of her aging mother and above all a motivator to all those who meet her, Leigh’s “never give up spirit” is contagious and delightful to experience. Take a listen and prepare to be “infected!”
Tonight’s Topic: Re-Inventing Education
11-12PM ET: The Brynn Project
Tonight’s Topic: Surviving The Holidays
Host: Brynn McKenry
Brynn’s guests tonight cover everything from holiday food to shopping to travel to just-plain-staying sane. En-JOY!
♥ ♥ ♥ Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! ♥ ♥ ♥
8-9PM ET: “Growing Up” with Guest John Wrenn
Host: Todd Weaver
Topic: So Much to be Grateful For!
Meet Arizona State football coach John Wrenn, a man who loves to share his gratitude for life and the people in it. You’ll love hearing his heartwarming story of love, appreciation and care for his polio-stricken mother who drove him hard to be the best at whatever he did. He has a special place in his heart for anyone in a wheelchair. John wanted to be just like his father, a football coach, and to coach a national championship team. In John’s 23 years as a high school coach his teams won 230 games and only lost 46, an amazing record!
Todd speaks with Ken Lambert, founder of Keep Sound Minds, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of education and improved treatment of mental illness. Ken shares his story of personal tragedy that led to the formation of this organization which is now making a positive difference in the lives of many people with previously misunderstood, unrecognized serious mental illness.