On this week's show our guest is Warren Matson. His new book, Relax, It’s Just Life, is a road map to self acceptance celebrating the best in all of us that can be achieved. Sharing over 20 years of clinical and personal experience, Matson provides insight into how reaction based on fears and insecurities affect everyday decisions. He illustrates his own struggles with heartfelt honesty and humor that everyone can relate to. Self-acceptance and how to choose positive and life changing behaviors are outlined in straightforward steps. More info on Warren is available at www.relaxitsjustlife.com
Click here to listen: Club MomMe Founding MomMe, Rachel Pitzel chats with Kristin Cruz for The Sunday Journal
This weekend our special guest is Founding MomMe of Club MomMe, Rachel Pitzer. She created this amazing idea in her city, and now Club MomMe groups are popping up all over the nation. Her goal as a MomMe is to help Moms-To-Be become MomMe, and serve the community of moms by hosting a social & educational community for moms to come together.
Learn what motivated Rachel to start Club MomMe from her own personal experiences. We'll talk about the importance of having a support group. Get to know the celebs & experts that work with Club MomMe. Find out how you can join & receive all of the benefits of being a part of this amazing club
Find a Club MomMe group in your area! Share this wonderful network of mom's with a momme or mom-to-be in your life. Interested in meeting more momprenuers like Rachel? We'll be at Mom 2.0 Summit May 2-4 In Laguna Niguel, California. Come with! Always more for moms on Kristin's Mommy Blog for Clear Channel radio online. Welcome to the club!
Coming up on Sunday Journal we talk to dietician and author Carolyn D’Our. Carolyn has written the book Cancer: An American Con$piracy under the pen name T. R. Aletheia to protect her identity. Her book outlines the many alternative treatments that exist which offer promising cancer survival rates. Unfortunately, these treatments may never be offered as viable options for any cancer patients within the United States. Why not? Because these alternative treatments are being kept secret by today's profit-focused medical establishment. We will discuss with Carolyn how she arrived at these ideas and what if anything the public can do to make a change.
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