Handling loss and suffering!

Handling loss and suffering!
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below!

Handling loss and sufferingA child’s first exposure to the idea of loss and suffering often comes through the death of a family member or family pet, divorce, separation. The world as they know it comes to an end. This fixture, once a permanent part of their life, is gone forever.

But coaching kids through loss and suffering is no less important than it is for us as adults and as parents. As generations pass and life goes on, how we handle our emotions and push through to regain normalcy are the behaviors they will inadvertently learn. Read more “Handling loss and suffering!”

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Sepsis – Blood Poisoning Fast Lane to Death!

Sepsis – Blood Poisoning Fast Lane to Death
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

Sepsis – Blood Poisoning Fast Lane to DeathWhat do you think of when you hear the words Sepsis, Septicemia, or better known as blood poisoning?

Does the elderly come to mind? Perhaps you think of a grandparent that passed away after contracting it while in the hospital for another ailment. Or perhaps it was someone older who got it after an accident while in the intensive care unit. It could have been an adult relative that had diabetes who cut their foot or had their skin break down. Or even a neighbor that had cancer that suddenly died from an injury while on chemo but you assumed it was because they had cancer. Perhaps you are not even aware of sepsis and the danger it presents to your life or the life of someone you know. Read more “Sepsis – Blood Poisoning Fast Lane to Death!”

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The Planet Just Dodged a Plague For Now!

The Planet Just Dodged a Plague For Now!
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

The Planet Just Dodged a Plague For NowPneumonic plague, something most of us have only read about in history books, is back. The plague has popped up in Madagascar with over 1800 confirmed infections. Thankfully, antibiotics have been mostly successful, and looks like it is losing steam. Yay for humankind, right? Read more “The Planet Just Dodged a Plague For Now!”

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The Dying: Knowing when to let go!

The Dying: Knowing when to let go!
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below

The Dying: Knowing when to let goIn this show we will be continuing the theme from last week. EK is back and will be discussing when to let a person die. One of the hardest and most loving things you can do is let a person go. I do not mean from a relationship when you find one does not love the other. I am talking about when they are dying and there is nothing that can Read more “The Dying: Knowing when to let go!”

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Death and Dying!

Death and Dying
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

Death and DyingIn this show EK is back. She will be talking about a very tough topic. Death, dying, and the stages we all go through in the process. In this show we will be discussing what stages a person goes through when they know they are dying, knowing when to let someone go, what happens when someone is dying, how to handle and cope with what is happening, and what to do with the body once they pass away. Read more “Death and Dying!”

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The Death of Geraldine Largay a Case Study!

The death of Geraldine Largay a case study!
Josh “The 7P’s of Survival

This week on the 7 P’s of Survival Radio Show we The death of Geraldine Largay a case studywill be doing a case study on the Appalachian Trail thru-hiker Geraldine Largay who became lost on the Appalachian Trail July 22, 2013, survived for at least 26 days, died from hunger/dehydration and whose body was ultimately recovered in October of 2015. Read more “The Death of Geraldine Largay a Case Study!”

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Desperation, Fear, Death, Surviving the “Intruder”

Desperation, Fear, Death, Surviving the “Intruder”

Reposted from a not so long ago happening!

survivingI shot a man in desperation the other day and haven’t been able to sleep since. I had often wondered if I had to, would I be able to, now I know. Pulling the trigger was not that hard, not with what I could see was going to happen. I am hoping that in telling my story it may ease my conscious a bit but in order for it to be understood Read more “Desperation, Fear, Death, Surviving the “Intruder””

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