Life, Experiences & Lessons Learned….
“MY MOMMY HAS MS”
Bridget & Caitlin Anderson
Thursday, 7 pm Eastern/5 pm NM
“Caitlin Anderson was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS) in September of 2006. At the time, her daughter Bridget Simpson was just 5 years old and beginning kindergarten. Caitlin and her husband David Simpson decided to tell Bridget about MS right away. You see, since Bridget was 2, her best friend Marigold’s family also had lots of experience with MS. Marigold’s uncle is living with MS as well, although his condition has moved into a fast moving Secondary Progressive. This family, fondly known as the Andersimps, had been volunteering for the NMSS for a couple of years before Caitlin was diagnosed herself.
Join us as Caitlin and Bridget share a conversation about children’s experience living with a parent who has been diagnosed with MS. Bridget will share her thoughts, read a book written for her by her mom’s cousin, and answer questions gathered from Multiple Sclerosis websites and forums.”
“When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens Wide:
Life Coach & Motivational Speaker
“Hi, I’m Caitlin Laura Anderson: first born, left-handed, Scorpio, year of the Snake, Unitarian Universalist, PhD, life coach and consultant, wife, mother, and since 2006 living with Multiple Sclerosis.”
There are many other categories I’d rather claim membership in … loyal friend, listener, problem solver, artist in training with lots of interests, spiritual in my own way, queen of connecting people and ideas, intentional parent …
These days Multiple Sclerosis raises her head more often than I’d like. Primary Progressive MS is almost the smallest of the four “kinds” of this autoimmune disease. Or shall we call it a condition? It’s chronic and relentless. I do my best each day. That’s all anyone can ask or expect.
Am working on the metaphor of living with “the companion of a chronic illness.” How’s that for a nice way to think about it?
My goal in work and life is to help others maintain (or find) balance – and specifically, focus on what keeps each of us centered. What keeps YOU centered?”
-Caitlin Anderson caitlinanderson.com
mslol radio Presents…
“The Show Must Go On”
Host Amy Gurowitz Interviews KRISTIE SALERNO KENT
Since childhood, Kristie Salerno Kent dreamed of a career in the entertainment industry and received her BFA in Theater from Syracuse University.
She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999 and her lifelong dream of a stage career in theater seemed out of reach. After several years of denial, Kristie decided that the word dreams may end with an M and an S but her dreams don’t end because of her MS.
She is now a Singer/Songwriter/Producer and the CEO of her own production company, Whirlaway Productions, LLC. Now she combines her passion for music and the arts with her desire to help others. In October 2006, Kristie fulfilled one of her dreams by writing, recording, and producing her debut solo CD, “Believe”.
-National Multiple Sclerosis Society
A film by Kristie Salerno Kent about living with MS.
Multiple Sclerosis a Life of Learning Presents…
“…meet some peeps who are living & loving & thriving with their guide dogs as well as the peeps whose life mission is to make the smart canines available to the many who can benefit from the. You’ll hear how lives improve starting with that first scratch behind the ears.
Learn what these pups can do to help with the many challenges PWMS deal with every day and prepare to have those heart-strings pulled, when they tell us about the unconditional love they share with them. How cool is that? A pupper that can help you with your daily tasks and soothe your emotional needs… And they don’t even hog the remote!
If you have a “tail” to share, we’d love to hear from you”
-Host Amy Gurowitz Founder and President of MS SoftServe MSsoftserve.org
FROM DIS-EASE TO LIVING MINDFULLY:
A JOURNEY BEYOND ILLNESS
What umbrella do you stand under? What box do you put yourself in? What gifts have you been given? Join me as I interview Kathy Carlisle, diagnosed with MS -Multiple Sclerosis – 3 years ago, for a powerful discussion on mindful living, moving out of dis-ease, and getting curious about your life…
Kathy Carlisle is a photographer, entrepreneur and catalyst behind the Live Everything Mindful community. She is inspired daily by her three incredible children (12, 9, and 7) and her rock of a husband, that is continually curious about the new person that she becomes each day. Three years ago she set out on a journey to heal herself of Multiple Sclerosis and what she found was a spiritual journey that has lit her life on fire. She continues to use her photography skills to tell inspirational stories and inspire others to embark on their own journey inward. She is passionate about building a community full of keys to unlock one’s potential through curiosity.
About Host Edie Summers
I have studied and trained in alternative health for 18 years. I was a wellness consultant, lecturer, and broker in the natural foods industry for 7 years. As a broker, I represented over 30 lines and serviced 50 chain and independent stores in Utah. Some of my clients included: Alacer, BHI, Herb Pharm, Greens Plus, Nature’s Secret, Renew Life, Nutrex, Nutribiotic, and Weleeda.
I have training in wellness coaching, corporate wellness coaching, stress management, energy healing & medicine, herbs, superfoods, nutrition coaching, natural foods, HABA care, food psychology, personal training, and fitness coaching – I was a professional dancer for 10 years. I have advanced training in wellness coaching through WellCoaches, which is connected with the Institute of Coaching, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. I am a freelance writer and have written copy for a corporate wellness journal for an international insurance brokerage. I currently write for MindBodyGreen.com ~ http://www.mindbodygreen.com/wc/edie-summers
I teach dance at the Beaverton Healing Center, where I also offer individual and group wellness coaching.
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“…a show about all disabilities, insurances and which health supplies and which insurances pay for you to get these supplies, such as canes, wheelchairs, chair lifts, braces, etc… We will also discuss various places that sell these healthcare supplies and how much something will cost… More to come…
Please come join us…(310) 982-4253 is the call in number for everyone including the guest…You can embed the show on your website, you can listen directly from your website… you can download the show to your computers, you can listen to an archive of the show on the Joseph Joeygiggles Aquilino” -Joseph joeygiggles Aquilino
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by Susan Violante
Interview with Karen, a Multiple Sclerosis patient for over 10 years. Get the inside scoop on living with a chronic illness from a patient perspective. Listen to Karen’s inspiring attitude towards her condition and life! For more information about MS visit www.nationalmssociety.org or www.montelms.org
Penelope lives with Multiple Sclerosis. A truly inspiring story. She takes everyday as a blessing and tries to make the most of it. She hopes to bring joy to the world and help as many charities as she can.
-A Brand New Internet Radio Show
“Welcome to the beginning of the NEW YOU!”®
by Host Jeff Cadwell and Trish Robichaud
If you or someone you know has recently been diagnosed with a chronic illness we are sure you will find this book to be a valuable resource for years to come.
The book offers both insight and support while guiding you through the different emotional stages that are natural when you learn that you have a chronic illness.
“After The Diagnosis: The Journey Beyond” was written by authors who have walked down this path in their own life and want to let you know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE on your journey.
A Guide to Sex, Love and the Female Mind
Host of Conscious Discussions &
Author of “Towards Understanding”
Chris Tatevosian joins us to share his personal journey with Multiple Sclerosis– which you’ll hear us referring to as MS during today’s interview – and we’ll discover the amazing u-turn his life took when he discovered the wonderful legacy; his book: Life Interrupted.
We are going to learn all about his experiences with the book and we’ll touch on his blog as well.
by Chris Tatevosian
Life Interrupted: It’s Not all about Me, is a candid and humble memoir about one young man’s diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis and how his ‘poor-me’ attitude cost him his marriage. Chris hopes others might learn from his mistakes to communicate more effectively and not allow disability and low self-worth to destroy relationships. Chris also writes about his faith in God, and his new wife, Jane, who he married in April of 2007.
by Author Lillian Brummet
Follow the author as she battles her past demons, raises her voice in anger, discovers self-awareness and recovers from an intense relationship bordering on obsession. You will witness the healing, as she becomes aware of the value of her life and falls deeply in love with a wholesome man. Finally, able to see beyond herself, she starts to question society and endeavors to understand others. She discovers a love for nature and a dedication to the health of the Earth.
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