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Tom Paladino developed a treatment process whereby he is able to administer the scalar energy reverse-phase angle harmonic of a pathogen, thereby causing that agent of infection to disassemble or fall apart. His Pathogen Cleanse currently disassembles over 400,000 pathogens for humans and animals. The Nutrient Therapy delivers essential nutrients to the cells of humans and animals. The Chakra Balance harmonizes the body for humans and animals.
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From Seattle to Kent, the Portland State University grad Dee Lew is a lyricist who rocks the mic with slappin beats, intellectual rhymes and a humble attitude. With the ability to take fans from the club to the smoke session, Dee Lew's balance is what will make him a factor in the game for years to come.
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I find that is truly a choice to be content with who you are at this moment in time. To be satisfied with your progress, and happy with your goals. Knowing that happiness is in the here and now and not in the things or people that may come. It has taken me a while to figure out, even in the riches of life, how things and people will never make me happy, but that happiness comes with knowing myself, what I like, enjoy, and being pleased with who I am.
Obviously we can, as people, put up a front, but when we go home we see the real person, the person who, at times, we don’t want others to see. This is where the choice comes into play, whether or not we will continue to hide and protect the person we really don’t like ourselves.
It begins with us. Truly if we begin to love ourselves, be happy with ourselves, then this will translate to the people around us. Decisions are hard to make, especially the difficult ones, but in knowing where you want to go sometimes things and people must be left behind.
Moving forward means growing up, and as we all know, we don’t wear the same size shoes or clothes anymore. We don’t play with the same toys, or eat the same foods anymore either. With this in mind, as we mature, we outgrow our current surroundings as well. Don’t be afraid to let go. Growth has, and will always be one of the greatest mysteries in life and a necessary event we need to experience.
Jourin Hannah was born on March, 8, 1990 in Richmond Virginia. He started getting into music around the age of 15. Jourin Plays both guitar and keyboard and has developed many styles over the years. At age fifteen Jourin Stared playing keyboard and later guitar at 17. He currently has three solo albums “Passions” “Center of Our Love, and "Love Revelations". He also has a single with vocals called “Can’t Live Without You” and an upcoming album” Love Revelations”. Jourin’s main Styles include Smooth jazz, Dance, Pop, and Rnb. His major influences are Sade, Kenny. G, Earth Wind and Fire, Grover Washington Jr, and many others. Jourin opened for Lil Mo in 2015 with an NBC "The Voice" star "TSoul". Jourin Hannah has always had a strong passion for inspiring other people with good music.
ED BROWN OFFICIAL, HICKORY NORTH CAROLINA BASED R&B SENSATION IS SET TO TAKE FLIGHT IN 2018 BY SIMPLY BRINGING THE WOW FACTOR TO HIS AUDIENCE. ED'S SMOOVE STYLE IS A WARM COMBINATION OF THE OLE SCHOOL MIXED WITH NEW SCHOOL. ED GREW UP LISTENING TO STEVIE WONDER, AND JODECI AND MANY MORE. SINGING IN CHURCH GAVE ED THE TOOLS AND HE HAS NEVER LOOKED BACK. NOW FOCUSING ON HIS DEBUT SINGLE ENTITLED: IT'S ALL GOOD FEATURING GREYSTORM ( THE RE-MIX), WRITTEN BY ED AND WELL KNOWN PRODUCER ARTIST GREYSTORM, RELEASED UNDER THE LABEL STREET SAVY RECORDS / UNIVERSAL MUSIC DISTRIBUTION ON APRIL 20, 2018 AND IS AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE!!! WORKING WITH PRODUCER GREYSTORM, LOOK FOR ED'S DEBUT E.P ENTITLED ONE MORE SEASON, WHICH IS NOW ALSO AVAILABLE, AS WELL ON THE STREET SAVY / UNIVERSAL MUSIC DISTRIBUTION. FOLLOW ED BROWN OFFICIAL ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, SOUNDCLOUD, AND FACEBOOK UNDER ED BROWN OFFICIAL AND VISIT ED'S OFFICIAL WEB-SITE @WWW.EDBROWNOFFICIAL.COM, WHERE YOU CAN HEAR ALL THE LATEST MUSIC BY ED AND HIS DEBUT VIDEO TRAILER AND FULL LENGTH VIDEO DIRECTED BY BOBBY WASHINGTON.
Childhood sexual abuse makes its way into the “Me Too” movement with Rosenna Bakari’s remarkable story
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – A new voice is entering the national discussion to make sure that adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse can be heard. Dr. Rosenna Bakari is launching her remarkable memoir about living in silence along with a new We2 mission to bring survivors and listeners together. Activist, educator and poet Rosenna Bakari shares her personal experience with incest, growing up in a home in Philadelphia where family members abused her as a child and how she is now empowering fellow survivors to live openly and heal.
In “Too Much Love Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse”, Bakari writes with pure honesty, sensitivity and, last but not least, inspiring strength. She hides nothing from her readers -- the good, the bad and the ugly. Her effort to love when there is much reason to hate is truly remarkable. The memoir, which marks Bakari’s fourth book, gives an intimate glimpse into what it’s like to live as an adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse and why she decided to break her silence.
“We were never supposed to talk about this, so we didn’t know how,” she says.
Bakari founded a nonprofit organization, Talking Trees, in 2010 as the first of its kind to encourage survivors of childhood sexual abuse and incest to live openly. The organization began as an online community and has since evolved to include an annual conference for members across the United States.
Rosenna Bakari earned her Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 2000, several years after receiving her M.S. in counseling from the State University of New York. She earned her B.S. in psychology from Cornell University in 1984. Her professional career includes drug and alcohol counseling, psychiatric technician, college campus therapist, and teaching at community and four-year colleges. Bakari is currently the executive director of Talking Trees, Inc., a nonprofit empowerment organization for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. As the founder, she has grown the organization to over 5,500 international followers that gather online daily to read her updated post for discussion. In addition to creating online resources to support survivors, Talking Trees, Inc. holds a National Safe Space Day Conference every April 15 to celebrate the resilience of survivors. Talking Trees, Inc. is the first organization to encourage and support survivors living openly to heal. Her newest book “Too Much Love Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse” releases on April 12, 2018.
About the Book
“Too Much Love Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Silence About Childhood Sexual Abuse”
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Memoir | Biography
Rosenna Bakari’s memoir is a UV light that reveals the blood stain of silence - presenting irrefutable evidence that harm has been done in spite of the squeaky-clean surface. Rosenna’s effort to live as if the abuse never happened supported her approach to personal and professional trials, seeing them as obstacles to be overcome, rather than permanent barriers. However, all of the systems upon which she relied deepened her pain. To her dismay, achievements of marriage, financial stability and earning her Ph.D. continuously bumped up against her childhood trauma as she hid thoughts of suicide and accumulating health concerns. She weaved through bitterness and anger in a world that seemed hell-bent on breaking the spirit and believes others can too because trauma should not have the final word.