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Bill Protzmann – Founder of Music Care

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Bridging The Gap is about Helping Parents &Teens Excel in Life.
A podcast created to Enrich, Educate and Empower Parents & Teens through motivation, inspiration and encouragement. Preparing Teens for Life after College, Work and Business Success
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Bridging The Gap is about Helping Parents &Teens Excel in Life.
A podcast created to Enrich, Educate and Empower Parents & Teens through motivation, inspiration and encouragement. Preparing Teens for Life after College, Work and Business Success
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Breaking the Cycle on Suicide, Teens, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender with Dr Lulu
Today I am joined by Dr. Lulu (Dr. Uchenna Umeh) who is a Pediatrician and author, she talks about her experience with Suicide, Teen Suicide,Teens, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender, and the challenges and struggles of being a Parent of Teenagers today. Watch until the end, very inspiring and educational. Leave your comments down below. If you haven't subscribed, be sure to subscribe! Videos uploaded weekly.  Thankx Doc cant wait for all the work that is ahead of US...You Rock :) Uchenna Umeh   Dr Lulu on Teen Suicide 1. Please send your website links and social media links: https://www.teenalive.com/ https://www.youthhealthcenter.com/ https://www.wordsbyblackbutterfly.com https://www.facebook.com/uchenna.umeh.9 https://www.instagram.com/askdoctorlulu https://www.twitter.com/uchennaumeh9 https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlulu/
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October 29, 2019
College Financial Assistance Information Guest Latoya O. Guion (Olivia G)
Parents, High School Seniors and First Year College here is info to apply for scharship (Financial assistance for college) at https://www.yflfoundation.org/?fbclid...  The 6 Ways to easily connect with your teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect more is now available at :    https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconn...
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October 24, 2019
Life as a Teen Mom and Lessons Learned Guest Latoya O Guion Olivia G
The 6 Ways to easily connect with your teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect more is now available at :    https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconn... Today's Episode The Life lessons of a teen mom turned Entrepreneur as told by my guest LaToya O. Guion (Olivia G.). She is a Wife married to her husband of 20 years, Rashard Guion , Mom, Author, and Global Entrepreneur in the Financial Literacy space.  Health, Wealth, and Organic Beauty are my passions!  Born to Eugene and Doretha Peterson, October 3, 1978.  As a small child I often daydreamed while prancing around carrying my dads briefcase, imagining myself as Owner and CEO of my own company.  Thank God I'm fulfilling that Dream! Stay Tuned! Very inspiring, Informative and encouraging to both parents and teens.  Email: LGuion@OliviaG.org Social Media/Websites: www.OliviaG.org www.ucespp.net/LGuion www.fesconnect.net/LGuion www.myfes.net/LGuion www.facebook.com/OliviaGsFitnessandFinance www.instagram.com/LaToyaOliviaG www.twitter.com/LOliviaG1 www.linkedin.com/in/latoya-olivia-g-guion-5314843a Parents!! The 6 Ways to easily connect with your teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect more is now available at :    https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen Further Insight on DrStem: www.drstemmie.com
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October 24, 2019
Bill Protzmann – Founder of Music Care
Parents!! The 6 Ways to easily connect with your     teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect     more is now available at : https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen The mission of Music Care is to remind people of their built-in ability to use emotions for good and offer proven, practical tools for our access to music as a behavioral, emotional, physical, and spiritual self-care modality. He supports this mission with individual or group education, coaching, and advising, extensive online content including a fully-mentored, gamified online course, and public speaking as an advocate for evidence-based, holistic self-care. You’ll find his first book at Amazon.com: “More Than Human – The Value of Cultivating the Human Spirit in Your Organization Music as self-care is an idea whose time has come. He’s here today to inspire, delight and demonstrate the power of music as a tool for self-care...Glad you are here with us today Bill Protzmann. Further Insight: http://www.billprotzmann.com/who-is-bill-protzmann/
42:14
October 21, 2019
Beauty in Parenting with Guest Aparna Venkataraman
Parents!! The 6 Ways to easily connect with your     teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect     more is now available at : https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen Having a decade of experience connecting with families in schools, hospitals and non-profit organizations, Aparna Venkataraman is the founder of Beauty In Parenting and is a parent coach, meditation teacher, motivational speaker and global wellness advocate for DoTerra Essential Oils.  With her approachable nature, strong intuition and problem-solving skills, she guides parents of babies, toddlers and teens to empower themselves and build healthy relationships with one another through effective communication, confidence-building and lighthearted mindfulness techniques.  She values authenticity, a kind nature, motivation, love, compassion, gratitude and humor as key components of a beautiful life. Website: www.beautyinparenting.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/beautyinparenting Instagram: www.instagram.com/beautyinparenting
33:42
October 21, 2019
Guest Jennifer McCallum - Founder Parent Guide, Parent Teens
Parents!! The 6 Ways to easily connect with your teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect more is now available at :  https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen My Guest today Jennifer McCallum is the Founder of Parent Guide, ParentTeens, a wife and a proud mother of teenagers. She shares her journey and pains of being a parent herself who is benefiting from the patforms and magazines she created for parents.
38:14
October 21, 2019
Guest Leslie Josel talks about ADHD, and creating Order Out Of Chaos
Parents!! The 6 Ways to easily connect with your     teenagers program, to help parents and teenagers communicate and connect     more is now available at : https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen Leslie is an award-winning academic/life coach, author and internationally acclaimed speaker. As the principal of Order Out of Chaos, Leslie created the award-winning Academic Planner: A Tool for Time Management®, a planner that helps students develop and master time management skills, and is the author of “What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management,” a parents step-by-step guide to help teach their teens the time management skills they need to succeed in learning and in life. A respected resource on ADHD and Executive Functioning, Leslie writes a weekly column called “Dear ADHD Family Coach” for ADDitude Magazine, the premiere resource for adults and children with ADHD and LD.  She is also a contributing writer for Family Circle Magazine and writes on a wide variety of topics facing parents today. Leslie is a graduate of the JST Coach Training Program for teens and college students with ADHD and LD.  For the last three years, Leslie has been named by Global Gurus as one of the top ten Time Management experts in the world. Order Out of Chaos’ mission is to provide hands-on education, guidance and coaching to parents and their students through customized products and programs, so all children – both mainstream and with learning issues – can develop the necessary skills they need to experience success in learning and in life.
35:52
October 21, 2019
Guest Kim Muench - 5 Greatest Challenges Parents of Teenagers Face and How to Deal with Them
Kim Muench (pronounced minch, like pinch with an “m”) is a Jai Certified Parent Coach who specializes in working with parents of adolescents (between 10-25 years of age).  Passionate about educating, supporting and encouraging moms and dads to parent with intention and guidance rather than fear and control, Kim leads with compassion and without judgment through her one-on-one coaching, small group weekly sessions and local community workshops on topics such as Values & Boundaries, Open Communication and Self-Care in Parenting. In addition, Kim works with parents at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth as the Parents as Partners Program Coordinator, she organizes and facilitates a Meetup in her community called Moms Empowering Moms - DFW and she is a published author who began by writing about her own parenting journey in 2011 with a memoir entitled My Mothers Footprints: A Story of Faith, Calm, Courage, Patience and Grace. Kim is currently working on a second book called Becoming Me While Raising You: A Mother’s Journey to Self Through Parenting.  You can find out more about Kim’s services as well as read her blog at www.realifeparentguide.com.
31:30
October 21, 2019
Guest Laura Lyles Reagan talks about "How To Talk So Your Teens Listen"
“Family Alchemist, Laura Lyles Reagan is a conscious coach serving families with tweens, teens and launching young adults. She is also a sociologist who specializes in the sociology of childhood and adolescence. She is called the teen and parent relationship whisperer and authored an award-winning book titled, How to Raise Respectful Parents: Better Communication for Teen and Parent Relationships that targets both teens and parents." Laura helps parents and teens communicate heart to heart.
41:03
October 21, 2019
Are you Stuck in A Rut? Guest Rodney Flowers Was Stuck in a Wheelchair Until...
Parents Communicate and Connect with your teen using Drstem’s New Video Program 6 ways to easily connect with your teen https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen It was the third day of school of my sophomore year in 1993. I played football for the Lumberton High Pirates. It was our very first game of the season, and we were playing the South View Tigers on our home field. I lined up on the right side of the field as we prepared for the kick-off to the second half of the game. As the placekicker made contact with the ball, I ran down the field while remaining mindful to stay in my lane and avoid other players. As I approached my opponent’s forty-yard line, I saw the Tiger’s punt returner heading towards my side of the field. In preparation of tackling the other team’s player, I made a slight left turn in his direction. Traveling at top speed, I broke into tackling form and made contact with the Southview Tiger’s kick returner. I remember the hit as a fierce one. I felt the runner go down. I too went down, but after hitting the ground, something didn’t seem right. Upon contact, it felt as if all of my energy and power jumped out of my body. I couldn’t feel myself. I tried to get up. I knew what it felt like to get up. My brain was repeatedly going through the process of getting up, but my body was unresponsive. It became clear I was unable to move and would not be getting up on my own. I immediately knew I was in bad shape. I kept trying to get up. I heard people shouting, “Get up Rodney, get up.” I knew I suffered some sort of spinal injury. My teammate and best friend ran to me after the hit and said forcefully, “Good hit man. That’s what I’m talking about, good hit.” Then he realized something was wrong. He reached down to help. “Are you alright man? C’mon lets go, get up.” But before he had a chance to grab my hands, the coaches and trainer stopped him and yelled, “Don’t touch him, don’t move him. He could be hurt badly.” Reality began to set in and tears began to roll down my face. I came to grip with the fact that the only thing I had control over was my head. The story continues here. In this empowering and inspiring podcast Dr. Stem talks to Rodney Flowers about THE PROGRESS FORMULA which is designed to free users of the restrictions and the constraints that are holding them back from progressing forward in life. This formula is designed to identify the causes of the restrictions and constraints that show up in your life, identify and establish what you want from life, and close the gap between where you are and where you really want to be. For Further Insight: Website: https://rodneyflowers.com/
49:26
October 21, 2019
An Apology Could Change Your Life - with Guest Dr Jennifer Thomas
Parents Communicate and Connect with your teen using Drstem’s New Video Program 6 ways to easily connect with your teen https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen An Apology could change your life. No kidding! Almost like magic, an apology has the power to repair harm, mend relationships, soothe wounds and heal broken hearts. There are millions of people today walking around filled with rage, resentment fear, anger …animosity you name it ….it’s draining…..and my guest today Dr. Jennifer Thomas says an apology can change all that. Dr. Jen explains – there are five languages to an apology, she will tell us what those five languages are and how to use them in our everyday lives. When you know you’ve offended someone, you should act with urgency to repair the problem. Spell out what you have done wrong, how this has “put out” the other person, show concern for them, and explain what will truly be different next time. In order to give the most successful apologies, you should ask the people close to you what they most appreciate hearing in an apology. After you learn the apology languages of your friends, family members and co-workers, you will have the extra benefit of being able to give targeted apologies. These apologies will hit their mark and impart the full measure of your sincerity. Sincere apologies are a precious gift. They impart a feeling to the receiver of being deeply valued. Further, they smooth the way to true forgiveness and reconciliation. May you surprise others with the transparency, humility, and boldness of your apologies! Dr. Jennifer M. Thomas is a wife and mother of two school-aged kids and one feisty four-year-old. Jennifer is a motivational speaker and a psychologist in private practice in Winston-Salem, NC. She is the co-author, along with Dr. Gary Chapman, of The Five Languages of Apology (Northfield Publishing: 2006). This book has been translated into a dozen languages and they’ve been radio guests on Focus on the Family and Janet Parshall’s America – and now The DrStem Show on America Out Loud. Jennifer frequently consults with companies on leadership and relationship issues. For Further Insight: Visit her website: www.drjenthomas.com Facebook fan site: Fans of The Five Love Languages and The Five Languages of Apology Twitter https://twitter.com/drjenthomas LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjenthomas/ You Tube TedX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiiPNPLWXSM Book: The Five languages of Apology
54:39
October 20, 2019
Understanding Childhood Anxiety with Guest Barb Roba
Parents Communicate and Connect with your teen using Drstem’s New Video Program 6 ways to easily connect with your teen https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen The recent horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland has flooded the major media with disturbing images of the violence that left 17 dead, leaving many parents and children struggling with anxiety and fear. In the wake of the tragedy, we as mental health professionals and experts expect an increase in children having anxiety symptoms and parents needing information of what to look for. In this show I cohost with my fellow mental health specialist/consultant, life coach Barb Roba urging parents to talk to their children to help them address, confront, and process their anxieties and concerns. Download the free pdf coping cards by Barb Roba to share with your children and teens. Parents, teachers can join Barb’s Facebook group on link below for live chats and discussions on emotional regulation. Barb Roba is a Mental Health Counselor, School Counselor, and a Certified Coach with over a decade of direct experience working with children and families, consulting with teachers, helping families, and promoting positive parenting and educational initiatives. More importantly, she is a mom. Who is not ashamed to say her two boys have taught her a lot over the years about what it truly means to be a mom. Parents, teachers can join Barb’s Facebook group on link below for live chats and discussions on emotional regulation. For Further Insight: Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/behaviorcorner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/behaviorcornerllc/?hl=en Facebook fan page link: https://m.facebook.com/Behavior-Corner-LLC-801775643200003/
54:23
October 19, 2019
DrStem Understand Today’s Teenagers and Bullying
Enjoy Drstem’s New Video Program 6 ways to easily connect with your teen https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen One of the most painful aspects of bullying is that it is relentless. Most people can take one episode of teasing or name calling or being shunned at the mall. However, when it goes on and on, bullying can put a person in a state of constant fear. You will notice most students spend their afternoons hungry and unable to concentrate in class because they are too afraid to go to the school cafeteria at lunchtime. Studies show that people who are abused by their peers are at risk for mental health problems, such as low self-esteem, stress, depression, anxiety and even suicidal tendencies and death. Bullies are at risk for problems, too. Bullying is violence, and it often leads to more violent behavior as the bully grows up. It's estimated that 1 out of 4 elementary-school bullies will have a criminal record by the time they are 30. Some teen bullies end up being rejected by their peers and lose friendships as they grow older. Bullies may also fail in school and not have the career or relationship success that other people enjoy. Who Bullies? Many bullies share some common characteristics. They like to dominate others and are generally focused on themselves. They often have poor social skills and poor social judgment. Sometimes they have no feelings of empathy or caring toward other people. Although most bullies think they're hot stuff and have the right to push people around, others are actually insecure. They put other people down to make themselves feel more interesting or powerful. And some bullies act the way they do because they've been hurt by bullies in the past — maybe even a bullying figure in their own family, like a parent or other adult. In this show I talk about what parents and adults can do to better support all children especially the ones susceptible to bullying. For Further Insight: Website: www.parentingtheyouth.com Email: drstem@americaoutloud.com
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October 19, 2019
A Pride of Zimbabwe Imani Mawocha talks about Africa is Not A Continent
To Access DrStem’s Brand New Program: The 6 Ways To Easily Connect with Your Teenagers go to: https://www.drstemmie.com/6waystoconnectwithyourteen. It is amazing that some people would get confused about the second largest continent in the World. The misconception in thinking Africa is a country rather than a continent is fueled by the media and those who often project Africa as a country damaged by war, famine, and corruption. My guest today 22-year-old Iwani Mawocha, defied All odds and became brave enough to help people better understand Africa as a continent not a country. Africa is a blurry image in the mind of many people around the world–warring, impoverished, unfixable. But then there are the stories of young Iwani who decided against all odds to do a video blog that addressed the notion “Africa is Not a Country”. Imani talks about Africa as having 54 states on the continent, yet the media insists on referring to it as one place. Africa has an image problem. Or, put another way, the West has a perception problem. Be encouraged and encouraging For Further Insight: My blog: www.iwanimawocha.com/blog Youtube: www.youtube.com/pepperandsoultv My facebook page: www.facebook.com/iwani.zm The Africa is Not a Country video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmhqpS3oMpw&t=2s
54:46
October 19, 2019
GUEST Kurt Faustin - A_Product_Of_Circumstance_And_Not_Decisions
Ready to Feel Better And Achieve More- Let’s Connect at https://www.drstemmie.com/coaching Kurt Faustin's Journey To Personal Independence and Fame- helping you increase your thought process and dream desires. He says Yes You Can! 75,000,000 millennials are preparing to join the workforce, Millennials want to enjoy their work. They want to enjoy their workplace. They want to make friends in their workplace. They work hard, but they are not into the sixty hour work weeks defined by the Baby Boomers. Home, family, spending time with the children and families, are priorities. Lack of these provisions means they are disengaged. Don’t lose sight of this. Statistics show we have an EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT CRISIS… 1 in 5 employees are looking for a new job. 70% of all U.S. workers are disengaged at work. Highly engaged employees are 26% more productive, and their companies earned 13% greater total returns for shareholders over a 5 year time period. source: Gallup, Towers Watson My Guest today Kurt Faustin says he was one of the 7 out of 10 people who was not satisfied in his work. He states “ From being a constant distraction at work with the “water cooler” talk or spending more time on the internet than being productive, We Were Being A Product Of Our Circumstance And Not Of Our Decisions. We realize that something was missing, there was the need to be more and do more. I started my own company TriUmph to teach soft skills and leadership skills that will hire and keep productive millennials in the workplace. Founded in 2013, TriUmph was created to provide hope and inspiration to all walks of life. Led by CEO Kurt Faustin, the company has educated and presented for social workers, residents in a halfway house, helped designed curriculum and presented in a prison, provided motivational newsletters and executed multiple successful networking events for young professionals living in Boston. For Further Insight: Website, http://www.itryumph.com Connect with Kurt on Linkedin
52:57
October 18, 2019
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