PARENTING ADDICTED TEENS, A FIVE STEP FOUNDATIONAL PROGRAM, Barbara Krovitz Neven
An innovative approach that teaches parents how to reconnect with the entire family and reclaim their parenting power. The program is designed to help parents let go of the addicted family system and begin parenting with renewed strength and positive power. Krovitz-Neren’s 5-Step Foundational Parenting Model is new to the addiction field and, unlike previous books, teaches parents a systematic approach to support their children in their successful long-term recovery. Unique in that it incorporates the perspectives, needs, and desires of teenagers and young adults, providing fresh insight and helping parents understand what their child is experiencing in active addiction.
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Shared the following recipes: Jack-O-Lantern Pizzas, Butternut Squash & Mushroom Noodle Bowl, Pumpkin Spice Mix, Roasted Pumpkin Seeds and Toffee Popcorn
We also talked about how to pick the perfect pumpkin and tricks to keep you from falling into the “Halloween Treat Trap”. Check out the entire program clicking the “AUDIO” button on the Home Page; find The Idea Exchange and today’s date.
EYES ON THE PRIZE: A KICK-ASS GUIDE TO SETTING AND ACHIEVING G.R.E.A.T. GOALS, Carrie Williams
If you want more, but need a little help getting there, look no further. This guide is like having your own personal leadership coach by your side on your journey to success. Eyes on the Prize: A Kick-Ass Guide to Setting and Achieving G.R.E.A.T. Goals, is the definitive manual to becoming a kick-ass goal achiever.
Eyes on the Prize is based on two cardinal truths:
You deserve to feel fulfilled and live your passion.
You have the potential to make your dreams your reality.
Leadership coach Carrie Williams provides the theory and daily practices to help you set and achieve goals that will revolutionize your life.
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We shared the following recipes: Pumpkin Pie Cake, German Potato Salad, buttery Celery Tortilini and Pasta with Eggplant Sauce. Also shared tips on how to cook a pumpkin and 10 tips to prepare your home and property for winter. Check out the entire program clicking the “AUDIO” button on the Home Page; find The Idea Exchange and today’s date.
LOVING LINDSAY:RAISING A DAUGHTER WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, Linda Atwell
Linda Atwell and her strong-willed daughter, Lindsey―a high-functioning young adult with intellectual disabilities―have always had a complicated relationship. But when Lindsey graduates from Silverton High School at nineteen and gets a job at Goodwill, she also moves into a newly remodeled cottage in her parents’ backyard―and Linda believes that all their difficult times may finally be behind them.
Final Garden Doctor Program at 10:30AM
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Shared a tip on how to soften stiff clothing (like demin and Carhart items). And talked about creative ways to decorate with Jack-O-Lanterns, without using pumpkins. Check out the entire program clicking the “AUDIO” button on the Home Page; find The Idea Exchange and today’s date.
Jeannie Mai and Megan White talked about Relapsing Multiple Sclorosis and what the website “Reimagine Myself” has to offer.
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Shared the following recipes: Caramel Acorn Treats, Spiced Apple Oatmeal, Autumn Pumpkin Dump Cake (from MR. FOOD program) as well as helpful hints for Autumn and Winter, from the Farmer’s Almanac. Check out the entire program clicking the “AUDIO” button on the Home Page; find The Idea Exchange and today’s date.
ESSENTIAL LIVING: A GUIDE TO HAVING HAPPINESS AND PEACE BY RECLAIMING YOUR ESSENTIAL SELF, Dr. Shelly Uram
Most of us think that the key to happiness and fulfillment is having more money, greater career success, or a loving relationship or family. Yet even when we achieve these goals, we ultimately still find ourselves not fully satisfied or happy, and in an endless cycle of wanting more or something different. Why is this? As noted psychiatrist Dr. Shelley Uram shows us, when we peel back the layers to reveal what we really want most in life, it turns out to be the qualities that are already present at our very core―our Essential Self. They include peace, joy, love, a sense of freedom, and a sense of connectedness. However, until we reconnect with our Essential Self, most people do not remember who they are at their very core.