Positive Living™ Talk Radio with Host Patricia Raskin Features Potpourri of Lifestyle and Wellness E
Patricia’s Positive Living™ programs can be heard on voiceamerica.com and on Southern New England’s leading radio station, 630 WPRO-AM and 99.7 FM and around the world
[USPRwire, Fri Feb 27 2009] Put more spring in your step in March with Positive Living™ talk radio and your host Patricia Raskin, as she interviews a potpourri of lifestyle and wellness experts, authors, and celebrities Sundays from noon to 2 p.m. (ET) on 630 WPRO, 99.7 FM and around the world on www.630wpro.com, and on Mondays, from 2 to 3 p.m. (ET) on www.voiceamerica.com.
“With Spring just around the corner, listeners will be re-energized with their lives by learning from my amazing guests this month,” said Raskin, who has been broadcasting her positive living media programs on television, radio, and online for 25 years. “We have wonderful features and spotlights on everything from fashion, to book writing; personal change, health and wellness, career transitions, and intuition. Please join me each week when I interview all these terrific people coming to you from locations across the country! Join in the conversation.”
Raskin, whose award-winning radio talk shows help listeners turn challenges into solutions and obstacles into opportunities to help make dreams come true, is a two-time author, journalist and columnist; and has produced positive media programs for NPR, FOX and PBS local affiliates.
For further information about Raskin’s work or to sign up to receive her monthly Positive Living™ e-newsletter, log on to www.patriciaraskin.com.
The March line up of guests follows.
Sundays – noon to 2 p.m. (ET)
630 WPRO, 99.7 FM and www.630wpro.com
SUNDAY, MARCH 1
Brian Luke Seaward, PhD, a pioneer in the field of health psychology, will discuss his book, “Stand Like Mountain, Flow Like Water,” (10th anniversary edition) which teaches us how to simultaneously remain grounded in everyday life while attaining fluidity and freedom. He will provide the tools that help to enhance and sustain connectedness with self, purpose, and nature. Seaward is internationally recognized for his contributions in the areas of holistic stress management, human spirituality, and mind-body-spirit healing.
Evana Maggiore, IMMIE award-winning image consultant, color analyst, and author of “Fashion Feng Shui: The Power of Dressing with Intention,” will teach us how to “wear our 2009 resolutions” and put the law of attraction to work in our closet!
James Nicholas, a two-time Nobel Prize nominee, will discuss his new book, “A Book of Wisdom and Delight,” and give tips on how to feel better, think better and remain loving, successful, youthful, and energetic throughout life. Nicolas will help direct us to lead a good inner life, train the mind to be vibrant, be more loving in our relationships, renew our youthful spirits, achieve and sustain success, and increase our positive energy.
Richard R. Charest, president of Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket, RI, will discuss the, quality healthcare and wellness services and innovative programs offered by the fully accredited regional hospital.
SUNDAY, MARCH 8
Dr. Stephen Hinshaw, chair of the Department of Psychology at UCAL-Berkeley, will discuss his new book, “The Triple Bind: Saving Our Teenage Girl’s from Today’s Pressures,” and the societal expectations, cultural trends, and conflicting messages that are creating what he calls a “triple bind”. He will reveal a fascinating, yet disturbing portrait of the new stresses adolescent girls face today, and their very real inherent associated dangers. Dr. Hinshaw is an internationally recognized psychologist and researcher whose work related to troubled children has been featured in all the major market newspapers and on network television newscasts.
Lisa Tener, an established book and writing coach; published author, and public speaker, who serves as a faculty member in the continuing education department of the Harvard Medical School, will give advice on developing a book proposal and getting published, to finding one’s creative voice, prioritizing projects, promoting one’s work, setting clear goals and developing a system for creative success. Lisa will focus on her five step system for inspiration and success for writers and artists.
Dr. David Burns, author of the mega-bestselling book, “FEELING GOOD TOGETHER
The Secret to Making Troubled RelationPositive Living™ Talk Radioships Work,” will discuss his 25 years of clinical experience and groundbreaking research on transforming troubled relationships into success. Dr. Burns is an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and has served as visiting scholar at Harvard Medical School. His book has sold over 4 million copies and is the book most often “prescribed” for individuals suffering from depression by American and Canadian mental health professionals.
Robin Stern, PhD, the author of “The Gaslight Effect: How to Spot and Survive the Hidden Manipulation Others Use to Control Your Life” will discuss how to reach full empowerment for positive change in your life. Stern, a nationally recognized personal empowerment expert, author and psychotherapist, who has dedicated her life to empowering others to embrace the wonder of life by helping people develop the skills to close the gap between what could be, and what is, has over 25 years of experience as an educator, trainer, and private practice psychotherapist treating individuals, couples and groups. She is on the faculty of Teachers College Columbia University, Hunter College, and is a research affiliate at Yale University’s Health, Emotion and Behavior Lab.
SUNDAY, MARCH 15
Al Weatherhead, a leading philanthropist, having endowed schools at Harvard, Case Western, and Columbia Universities, will discuss his book, THE POWER OF ADVERSITY: Tough Times Can Make You Stronger, Wiser, And Better” and how
a lifetime of uphill battles helped change the way he views life and share his advice for harnessing the power of hardship into a force for positive change. Weatherhead will discuss his own experiences as well as ways that others can overcome whatever stands in their way of personal change.
Jaqueline Lapa Sussman has published two highly acclaimed books: “Images of Desire” and “In Freedom From Failure” on the topic of eidetic imagery.” She will discuss her 25 years as a counselor and teacher helping others discover the secret images that help heal and enhance natural sensual abilities and allow the true self to flourish in balance and harmony with the world, free of the false images imposed by society. Sussman is the Director of Projects for the International Imagery Association with centers through the U.S., Canada, Europe, and India.
Tiffany Masters, a world-renowned intuitive counselor with the extraordinary gift of a medium and clairvoyant, will help clarify your life’s journey with her profound practical advice and channeling skills. Masters will unveil her intuitive reflections on “matters of the heart, mind, and spirit” and answer listeners’ questions about their most intimate concerns, challenges, hopes and dreams to re-frame their thinking and re-direct their energies to live happier, healthier lives in the here and now.
SUNDAY, MARCH 22
Stephen Post, author of “Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life by the Simple Act of Giving” with journalist Jill Neimark, will discuss how giving is more powerful that receiving and it has an incredible power to heal. Post will talk about his research and writing on the astonishing connection between generosity and health is so convincing that it will inspire you to change your lives in ways big and small.
Barbara Biziou, nationally recognized ritual expert, and author of "The Joy of Ritual:Spiritual Recipes to Celebrate Milestones, Ease Transitions and Make Every Day Sacred," will teach us how to do spring cleaning of our environment to bring in more creativity, focus, and joy.
Vickie Dellaquila, author of the book “Don't Toss My Memories in the Trash-A Step-by-Step Guide to Helping Seniors Downsize, Organize, and Move,” will discuss how to get “unstuck” by de-cluttering, organizing, and simplifying our lives. She will help us focus on what “stuff” we should keep in our life and what “stuff” to let go.
Mary Louise Fazzano, President of Giving Focus LLC®, a career advisory firm serving individuals in transition and those seeking career advancement, will share her expertise and practical approach to managing personal and professional change and answer questions on best practices on searching for jobs, resume writing, and give tips on presentation skills.
SUNDAY, MARCH 29
Marci Shimoff, a transformational expert and author of the bestseller “Happy for No Reason: 7 Steps to Being Happy from the Inside Out,” will offer her breakthrough approach to being happy, independent of achievements, goals, money, relationships, or anything else "out there." Based on cutting-edge research and knowledge from the world's leading experts in the fields of positive psychology and neurophysiology, plus interviews with 100 truly happy people, this life-changing book provides a powerful, proven 7-step program that will enable you to be happier right now, no matter where you start.
Anne LeClaire, author of “LISTENING BELOW THE NOISE,” memoir/meditation on 16 years of practicing silence two Mondays out of the month, will discuss how practicing silence is a wonderful way to find a sense of inner calm and strength and has helped her – and may help you – to connect better emotionally with our loved ones. With clarity and humor, LeClaire will reveal how silence can bring job to life. She is the author of eight novels, including the critically acclaimed “Entering Normal” and “The Lavender Hour.” She is a former reporter, radio news broadcaster, and newspaper columnist who works has appeared in Redbook, the Boston Globe, and the New York Times.
Dr. Tadeusz Sztykowski, D.Ac., the founder of the Center for Preventive Medicine, which through Natural Medicine is dedicated to helping as many people as possible achieve their full health potential. Dr. Sztykowski is an active board-certified OB/GYN in Poland and Europe. In the U.S., he is a licensed acupuncturist. Dr. Tad was named "Acupuncturist of the Year" in 2003 by AAOM. Dr. Tad discusses how acupuncture integrates with modern healthcare technology and healing practices addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual conditions of the whole person. He will discuss the use of pulses in Chinese medicine; how they treat the cause instead of the symptom, the most common patient ailments, the use of herbs and supplements, and the cost effectiveness of acupuncture.
Mondays - 2 to 3 p.m. (ET)
Albert Clayton Gaulden, a preeminent psychologist, as he teaches us how to unmask the “authentic” you by smashing all preconceived notions of ego. Gaulden will discuss his third book, “You Are Not Who You Think You Are” – a riveting look at our internal space and how our ego manipulates our actions and behaviors, and offer us the tools we need to effectively retrain our egos to permanently abandon these behaviors.
Joan and Lydia Wilen, co-authors of the book “Healing Remedies: More Than 1,000 Natural Ways to Relieve Common Ailments, from Arthritis and Allergies to Diabetes, Osteoporosis, and Many Others!” will discuss their incredible list of home remedies, ranging from old treatments that have been passed down for centuries and forgotten by modern medicine, to methods recently uncovered by doctors and medical researchers. They will talk about curing everything from lowering your cholesterol to getting an energy boost.
Tara Crawford Roth, a CEC, certified Intuitive Business Coach and lifelong intuitive with over 20 years of executive management experience in a variety of multinational organizations, will discuss how to unlock our unique intuitive qualities, create a strategic plan to inspire us to achieve effortless success, and how transitions and struggles can be opportunities for growth. Roth will explain how intuition is available to everyone and share her five steps to accessing your own intuition.
Dr. Sung Lee, who is the spokesperson for Dahn Yoga, a South Korean form of yoga that reduces stress, will discuss the techniques of the art and how this easy-to-perform technique will cut your stress levels. Dr. Lee is the author of the book, “Brain Wave Vibration: Getting Back into the Rhythm of a Happy, Healthy Life.”
Listen to writers, producers, and celebrities of the Hallmark Movie Channel discuss, “Love Finds A Home and Love Takes Wing” – about a frontier town devastated by an unknown illness and a young woman who must stand up for those who need her help the most, even if it means standing alone.
About Patricia Raskin, M.Ed.
Patricia Raskin, M.Ed, is the producer and host of the award-winning Positive Living™ radio program, and owner of Raskin Resources Production, Inc. She is a media coach and sought-after motivational speaker with headquarters in Newport, RI. Patricia is the author of Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living, and Success, Your Dream and You. As the founder and passion behind positive media programs for the past 25 years, she has hosted and produced television programs on FOX and PBS affiliates, and on the radio on WTKF and the NPR affiliate Public Radio East in North Carolina. Currently she hosts and produces internationally acclaimed on-air, online and on demand radio talk shows. Famous for their prestigious and national line up of guests, Patricia’s Positive Living™ programs can be heard on voiceamerica.com and on Southern New England’s leading radio station, 630 WPRO-AM and 99.7 FM and around the world at www.630wpro.com. For more information, log onto www.patriciaraskin.com.
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