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In certain communities, there is a negative stigma associated with seeking assistance for issues that trouble the mind or a mindset. We believe that these falsehoods are slowly being torn down. We will provide compelling arguments for why each of us could benefit from routine wise counsel.
Hopelessness. Depression. Pain. Fear. These emotions and others lie to us – they tell us that death will end our struggle. The truth is that if we keep living and fight back that our very best days are ahead of us. Stories of turn around and triumph encourages us to live.
Join us for the conversation, Thursday July 24, 2014 at 7pm CST. Listen live online or dial in 347-237-4648.
This week we are joined by Dr. Jacqueline Evans and her guests Cheryl Duncan and Dr. Renato Nero.
• Dr. Jacqueline Evans is a minister of the Gospel and a Chiropractor.
• She is a native Houstonian and the seventh child of her parents the late Elmer Moore and Mrs. Inge B. Moore.
• Member of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church in Houston, Texas for 27 where the pastor is Reverend Dr. Marcus D. Cosby. She was licensed and ordained into Christian ministry under the leadership of Rev. William A. Lawson, Founding Pastor of Wheeler Avenue.
• Dr. Evans was educated locally in the Houston Independent School District and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. Continue Reading
Self hate is an individual struggle. Yet, we were not born this way. People or environments convinced us that we do not deserve love. Even the positive voices, if they exist, are over-powered by negativity. How do we see value in ourselves when everything says we are worthless?
Join the conversation. This week Clarence and Andrea will be joined by Dr. Julie Love. Listen live online or dial in 347-237-4648.
About our Guest:
Julie Love currently teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Northern Virginia Community College (the Annandale Campus).
Before teaching at NOVA, she taught at Lone Star College as an Associate Professor of Economics for 4 years. Before becoming an Associate Professor at LSC – Montgomery, she also taught at the University of Houston, University of Houston – Clear Lake, Houston Community College & Park University (Kansas City, MO).
Julie’s been teaching in higher education for about 12 years. She’s loved teaching since she was a little girl.
Julie earned degrees from the University of Houston & the University of Missouri Kansas City.
While living in Houston, Texas, Julie saw a psychotherapist for 5 years. And since November 2013 in DC, she now sees a cognitive behavior psychologist.
Julie is a Christian since 7 years old.
Giving Independence to the Mentally Challenged
Join us Thursday, July 3 at 7pm CST for this important discussion. Listen online or dial in 347-237-4648. Press 1 to join the conversation.
The moment when a mentally challenged individual demands independence from a caretaker is the scariest moment for both. How can either be denied their independence? Is freedom a birthright? Can interdependence be achieved?