Warren Farrell calls Carey Linde's new book Dad: Win Without a Lawyer one of the most important books ever…

Carey Linde

Family law pioneer Carey Linde reveals 40 years of family law secrets to help divorcing parents who can’t afford a lawyer

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, October 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — New book ‘Dad, Win Without a Lawyer’ offers strategies to help divorcing parents survive court and become better parents

Family law pioneer Carey Linde reveals 40 years of family law secrets to help divorcing parents who can’t afford a lawyer

"Carey Linde is a brilliant attorney with not just the experience, but also the integrity, insight and courage to replace the best interests of his pocketbook with the best interests of our children. Dad: Win without a Lawyer is one of the most important books ever written for the millions of children whose dads either cannot afford to have an attorney fight for them in court or who do not wish to use their college education money to do so. "

Warren Farrell, Ph.D.
Author, Father and Child Reunion, and The Boy Crisis (co-author, John Gray)

VANCOUVER – September 29, 2017 – Just as the number of self-represented parties in child custody cases approaches 50%, comes Dad, Win Without a Lawyer, a new book by divorce lawyer Carey Linde. He pioneered shared parenting in Canada for fathers and revolutionized children's equal time with both parents.

Linde coaches fathers — or anyone caught in the psychological quicksand of any life shattering nightmare — how to recover their inner true self as the first step to succeed in the challenge ahead. The book offers up a toolbox of court tips, tactics, and strategies for fathers fighting to keep themselves meaningfully in the lives of their children.

“You wouldn't want to perform your own heart surgery, but you sure can do a great job – perhaps the best – speaking from your heart on behalf of your own children,” said Carey Linde, family lawyer and author of Dad, Win Without a Lawyer. “There is no person better at any fee. You are your own best advocate.”

Dad, Win Without a Lawyer was written with the self-represented father in mind. According to a Justice Canada Survey of Family Courts, an estimated 40% to 57% of parties in family court are self-represented. These parents are often not prepared to deal with the rigors and complexity of the court system. And almost all self-represented litigants overlook the crucial mental and psychological preparedness required to do well in a situation that, for many, is the most stressful event in their life.

“This book, though written for fathers, can also be of use to women who may find themselves in the same predicament,” said Carey Linde. “Outside of the courtroom, neither gender has a monopoly on being the most suitable parent.”

Dad, Win Without a Lawyer is organized into 4 parts. In part 1, Linde lays the groundwork to help the reader prepare themselves psychologically. Preparedness of person and mind is essential to success in court and post-separation in life. Parents have to become stronger and better than they have ever been. Part 2 delves into the inner workings of the ex-partner, their thought process, and what the reader can expect to encounter from him/her, including allegations of abuse, parental alienation, and other gotchas all too common in family law. In Parts 3 and 4, Linde explores the basics of family law, rules of the court, what judges do and don’t want to see, and legal procedures that readers will have to become familiar with. Most importantly, the author also reveals, for the first time, how the court system really works, including what the author calls the “Elephant in the Courtroom” — hidden biases that, if not navigated carefully, can threaten to undermine the entire case.

Dad, Win Without a Lawyer (322 pages, Amazon $29.99; Amazon Canada $24), available now.

About the Author
A lawyer for 40 years, Carey Linde pioneered the movement for equal-time shared parenting in the courts. He has been fighting for this idea before phrases such as “co-parenting” and “shared parenting” became popular.

Carey is a founding member of Canadian Lawyers for Shared Parenting. He is a past member of the Trial Lawyers’ Association of British Columbia, the American Trial Lawyers’ Association, Vancouver M.E.N., and of Seattle M.E.N.. He obtained his B.A. in psychology and obtained a law degree from the University of British Columbia, where he was the acting president of the student body 1968-69 and president of his graduating class in law school 1970.

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Addiction Warriors A New Doc Series and Educational Tour

Parents and families don't know what to do anymore. They are scared to death to lose their loved ones. They have tried everything and nothing is working.

Parents and families don't know what to do anymore. They are scared to death to lose their loved ones. They have tried everything and nothing is working.”

— Executive Producer Mark Ehrenkranz

MORRISTOWN, NJ, UNITED STATES, October 3, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — An ongoing episodic doc series is being developed with an accompanying tour that will feature game-changing addiction warriors taking radically different approaches to the malady. Addiction Warriors will expose the latest methods and the need for a paradigm shift with causal champions. The fundamental difference being non-judgemental acceptance versus fear and resistance. The funding for this project is through supportive donations by those who want to help it happen via www.addictionwarriors.org

The pursuits are being accomplished via a strategic and fiscal sponsorship partnership with Creative Visions. They inspire and empower worldwide creative activism. Kathy Eldon and her team has established a strong network of artists and media makers who are telling critical stories about problems that need to be solved. They support activists to pilot innovative arts and education programs affecting change.

The malady here has little to do with the substance or habit, whether it be sex, gambling, food, work or money. It has a lot to do with modernity, social pressures, cultural malaise, and substitutions for feeling trapped, isolated or riddled with anxiety. It has much more to do with fear, alienation, and overwhelming stress or loss. Psychological imbalances, brain illness, and overall discomfort in one’s skin cause individuals to self-medicate to escape, be more in control, and or simply wanting to feel better.

No one plans to get addicted from natural desires to get high, “cut the edge” or from to blowing off steam with a temporary escape. What ensues is the phenomenon of wanting, and the inevitable brain alterations which render habit, cravings and then the need. Millennials and Gen Z’ers may be particularly susceptible due to helicopter parenting, device addiction, and political correctness where everyone is a “winner.” Tempering feelings along with the intensity and increased pressures of the world severely challenges healthy coping skills and healthy dealing with rejection and disappointment.

The fact is that teenagers will experiment for a multitude of reasons and will want to experience forbidden fruits no matter what. Youths from ages 11-26 are undergoing emotional maturity and their brains are still forming. They are wired for indestructability, share a cavalier attitude, and know better than anyone older than them. They are coded to share a different reality which rejects healthy fear, loves drama, dangerous feats, and outrageous stories. Parents forbidding them to try drugs simply does not work. What they fill their minds with on-line only lowers the bar for further unhealthy behavior.

The visual style will be fast paced with contemporary youthful elements for maximum engagement. This doc series will consolidate and stylishly uncover the causes, cutting-edge research, and treatment of addiction from a street savvy point of view. The value of one addict helping another is unparalleled. The creation and execution of this content will directly appeal to audiences via a deeply seated connection. The material will be developed by recovering addicts with longtime sobriety, doctors, treatment professionals, recovering families, and other experts in the field. Everyone, especially parents, teachers, law enforcement and employers need to know the truths if their skills are to be productive. The activation of a touring road-show will be an effective method of outreach and education.

About the Team

Mark Bakshi, is the former Worldwide President of Feature Production at Paramount. Most recently, he served as executive producer on the critically acclaimed Foxcatcher starring Channing Tatum, Steve Carell, and Mark Ruffalo as well as the box office giant World War Z and the Brad Pitt starring Moneyball. Prior to Moneyball, he was a consulting producer on the animated feature Rango. He enjoyed a 14-year run at Paramount overseeing all live-action and animated theatrical releases. While there, he supervised over 150 feature film productions, including titles such as Indiana Jones and The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, Transformers, the Mission: Impossible franchise, Saving Private Ryan and Titanic. He also developed and produced for HBO and served as a production executive at Buena Vista Pictures and Walt Disney Television.

Mike S. Ryan is a veteran of the independent film community, who started out in the industry’s 1990’s heyday with films like Ang Lee’s The Ice Storm and Todd Hayne’s Far from Heaven. As a producer, he has been responsible for a remarkable group of films in the last five years, most made for under $3 million. Mike is an Independent Spirit “Producer of the Year” award nominee and one of Variety’s “Top Ten Producers to Watch” from 2007. Mike’s films have garnered nominations and prizes from the Academy Awards, Independent Spirit Awards, Gotham Awards and many more. JUNEBUG, starring Amy Adams, made its international premiere at Cannes in 2005 and went on to be one of the lowest-budgeted feature films ever nominated for an Oscar (Best Supporting Actress, 2005). He also teaches at Columbia, Emerson and in Berlin

Mark Ehrenkranz, has been producing The NY Film Critics Series® (NYFCS®) with Peter Travers of Rolling Stone Magazine and ABC-TV, for 21 years. He is also producing Turbulent Souls a full length feature film based on the memoirs of Stephen J. Dubner (co-author of Freakonomics ). He is the head writer on a new Rock-Doc Series INSIDE THE DEVIL’S PLAYHOUSE, The Last 100 Days of Historic Webster Hall and Untitled Sea Matthew Modine Sea Project. Mark and Mike S. Ryan are producing The Edison Papers. He recently produced Wayne’s World’s 25th Anniversary in theaters with Mike Meyers, Lorne Michaels, Rob Lowe, Dana Carvey and Director Penelope Spheeris.

Elaine Pasqua, CSP, is one of the most dynamic and effective speakers addressing positive choices for outstanding performance. Once described as “the biggest little thing I’ve ever seen,” this energetic and humorous dynamo, has been traversing the country for more than two decades, transforming the lives of more than a half a million people. Her expertise is in high-risk drinking, sexual assault, sexual health, and drug abuse. Elaine’s passion for making a difference has remarkably taken her from working with more than 600 universities nationwide, to numerous professional organizations, the military, and 30 pro athletic teams from the NFL,

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Tales of Modern Motherhood This Sh*t Just Got Real

Pam Levin

Opens Off-Broadway at United Solo Festival on Theatre Row October 2nd and 6th

Funny, endearing ‘Tales of Modern Motherhood’ explores reluctance of parenthood

This one woman show is witty, entertaining, poignant, real, raw, all in one; in short, it’s everything fine theatre should be.”

— Bonnie Priever Curtain Up

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, September 27, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Tales of Modern Motherhood: This Sh*t Just Got Real, written and performed by Pam Levin, is a brutally funny comedy about the uncertainties of becoming a parent, the FEAR of being a parent, and the reservations of why she didn’t just settle for a dog. It addresses the good, the bad and the ugly truth about what really happens behind closed doors and gives a very honest perspective on the hardest job in the world, PARENTING! Director, Mark Hatfield said Levin’s show is “like lassoing a tornado, wrestling an octopus and juggling chainsaws…then she whiplashes you with tender moments that will melt your heart…”

Pam is a native of Northeast Philadelphia and a veteran in the one-woman show genre. She toured the world with the AWARD-WINNING show, The Quiet Room and performed In My Own X-Rated Words, written by Fredrica Duke both OFF Broadway and in Los Angeles. Tales of Modern Motherhood is her first original work and has had a phenomenal run in Los Angeles, playing to sold out houses ending in standing ovations. Curtain Up says: "Pam Levin is a force to be reckoned with, leaving a legacy, sure to resonate and ring true with all the women (and men in their lives)."

The show makes it's East Coast Premiere at New York’s United Solo Festival on Theatre Row, October 2nd (SoldOut) and October 6th. Be sure to check the United Solo Festival website for added performances.

Tales of Modern Motherhood This Sh*t Just Got Real opens January 6th, 2018 at Whitefire Theatre in Los Angeles as the featured production at Solofest 2018.

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NorthTexasFamilies.org Delivers Families Access Most Comprehensive Database for Social Services and Resources

NorthTexasFamilies.org

Dallas’ 116-year-old nonprofit, ChildCareGroup, launches NTXF, a comprehensive mobile website database to connect families with resources and social services.

ChildCareGroup uses a holistic, two generation approach in our work with families. By providing quality early child education along with access to services needed to be healthy and self-sufficient.”

— Tori Mannes, CEO ChildCareGroup

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, September 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Children do better when parents do better. And when families succeed, the community thrives. This vision is the motivation behind NorthTexasFamilies.org (NTXF). Founded by Dallas’ 116-year-old nonprofit, ChildCareGroup, NTXF is a comprehensive database in the form of a mobile-friendly website connecting families with resources, services and benefits. NTXF provides information on community resources from: early childhood programs, education, parenting support, health, food, transportation, finance, work and legal services. There is no comparable tool in the area giving families a central access point to all of these services.
Prior to NorthTexasFamilies.org, families and service providers would become frustrated and discouraged trying to piece together accurate information on community resources that could help them build healthy and productive lives.
“ChildCareGroup uses a holistic, two generation approach in our work with young children and their families. Providing children with a quality early education is not enough; we must also ensure that their parents have access to the other services and resources they need to be healthy and more self-sufficient, stated ChildCareGroup CEO, Tori Mannes. “NorthTexasFamilies.org provides a solution for parents who need to find services for their families and for the social workers or case managers at area nonprofits who wish to refer their clients to other community agencies. We look forward to working with our nonprofit partners to expand the NTXF site and collaborate more strategically to improve the lives of North Texas families,” continued Mannes.
Established in 1901, ChildCareGroup's mission is to promote, deliver and expand the best early care and education programs for children, parents and early childhood professionals. Over the years, the organization realized that families face many separate but related challenges that impact their ability to achieve greater self sufficiency. For example, without reliable transportation and access to affordable child care, how can a parent sustain a job or pursue an education? The sharp decline in median income, lack of affordable housing and transportation has resulted in more neighborhoods with concentrated poverty.
According to Mayor Rawlings’s Task Force on Poverty, Dallas families are facing poverty.
• 31% of Dallas County children are living in poverty
• Over 50% of Dallas households make less than $50,000 per year (of which 28% make less than $25,000 per year)
• 48% of Dallas County residents have a high school diploma or less
• 61% of Dallas County households are single-parent homes

ChildCareGroup created the comprehensive database using the technology of Austin-based company, Aunt Bertha, and customized search categories to specifically serve families. Users may search the site by city, county, zip code or area of need. The search results provide program and contact information on service providers throughout North Texas. Funding for NorthTexasFamilies.org was provided by Carl & Florence E. King Foundation and Communities Foundation of Texas. ChildCareGroup will partner with providers throughout North Texas to continually update their information on the site so to better serve families and increase community impact.

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Over 121,000 Investigated Cases of Child Abuse and Neglect in North Carolina

Children’s Home Society of NC – Photography by Suzanne Tucker

Rebecca Starnes, VP Programs and Quality Improvement, CHSNC

According to Children's Home Society of NC early data shows over 121,000 investigated cases of child abuse and neglect during fiscal year July 2016 – June 2017

Too many families are struggling and under severe stress”

— Rebecca Starnes, Children's Home Society of NC

GREENSBORO, NC, USA, September 19, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Early data shows there were over 121,000 investigated cases of child abuse and neglect in North Carolina during fiscal year July 2016 through June 2017. State law requires individuals or institutions suspecting child abuse or neglect to report cases to the Division of Social Services (DSS) for investigation (G.S. 7B-301).

“The high number of children impacted by neglect or abuse indicates too many families are struggling and under severe stress,” said Rebecca Starnes, Vice President of Children’s Home Society of North Carolina. “Abuse and neglect can be the product of a number of issues facing families, including poverty, working multiple jobs to make ends meet, high levels of stress, unrealistic expectations of children, mental health challenges, or substance abuse.”

“DSS is an advocate and fail-safe for the more than 2.2 million children and their families in our state,” said Starnes. “This vital service is provided by dedicated and hard working staff in all 100-counties across North Carolina.”

DSS staff investigates and assesses all suspected cases of child abuse and neglect; diagnoses the problem with the family; provides in-home services to help keep families together; coordinates community and agency services; or, petitions the court for removal of the child from the home, if necessary.

Nearly 70-percent of the abuse and neglect cases were reported by educational personnel, medical personnel, law courts, and human services. Approximately 30-percent were referred by relatives, non-relatives, parents, or care providers. Child victims reported fewer than one-percent of the cases.

“There are different reasons for and levels of abuse and neglect,” said Starnes. “The hopeful news is that families have support. Parents can learn about their children’s needs and learn new, better ways to react. Parents can change their behavior, and even if they’ve had problems or challenges in the past, the majority can provide a safe, loving, and permanent home for their child.”

Following the investigation of reported cases in 2016-17, around 45-percent of the findings indicated that services were needed, recommended, or have been provided. Services were not recommended for 40-percent of the cases, and about 16-percent were determined to be unsubstantiated.

“Depending on the specific needs of children and families,” said Starnes, “Children’s Home Society and other organizations partner with DSS and provide a variety of options including intensive family preservation services (support and education in the home), family education programs, foster care, and adoption services.”

Demographically, the male-female ratio of investigated cases was virtually even at 51 to 49-percent. Almost 40-percent of the cases were ages 0 to 5, with 39-percent ages 6 to 12. Roughly 20-percent of the children were ages 13-17.

“Most of our abuse and neglect cases require intensive family preservation services,” said Starnes. “Teaming with DSS, our specialists work with the child and family daily, providing the education and resources they need to understand and overcome their problems and develop healthier family relationships.”

“The success rate of the intensive family preservation program is remarkable,” said Starnes. “Over 95-percent of the families completed the program. Six months following completion, 98-percent of the children are still in the home in a situation deemed safe by DSS.”

According to Starnes, abuse and neglect impacts rural and urban areas, crosses all socio-economic lines and includes every race.

Approximately 51-percent of the investigated cases of abuse and neglect last year were Caucasian. African-Americans made up the second largest segment with about 36-percent, followed by Hispanic at around 11-percent. All other races combined, including American Indian and Alaskan, were roughly 13-percent of the investigated cases.

“Partnerships with the staff of DSS are critical to achieving success for the child. One organization could not do the work alone,” said Starnes. “We all want children to be in safe, loving, and permanent families, and we’re working together to do what we can to help make that happen.”

Children’s Home Society of North Carolina helps support more than 20,000 children and families annually through a diverse array of services including adoption, foster care, parenting education, teen pregnancy prevention, and family preservation programs.

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Healbright partners with CoreHealth Technologies to bring online mental wellness courses to workforces around the world

Mental wellness programs can be delivered globally due to unique partnership between CoreHealth Technologies and Healbright.

The CoreHealth focus is on bringing the best wellness solutions to businesses, a perfect fit for the Healbright model.”

— Billl Belanger

BOSTON, MA, USA, August 23, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Healbright, a firm offering more than 300 videos led by mental health professionals on a variety of mental health topics, is pleased to announce its partnership with CoreHealth Technologies, a wellness technology company, to deliver mental wellness programs to workforces worldwide.
Healbright, which offers mental wellness videos designed to bring the many benefits of therapy into people’s homes via online videos has found “the ideal partner to work with,” according to Healbright President and Co-Founder Bill Belanger, pointing to CoreHealth’s standing as a leading workplace wellness portal reaching more than 2 million workers internationally.
"The CoreHealth focus is on bringing the best wellness solutions to businesses, a perfect fit for the Healbright model," said Belanger. "Our goal is to change the way people think about mental wellness by making therapeutic tools accessible to millions of people from home. This partnership will continue to serve that mission and is a testament to our culture's changing attitudes towards mental health."
“Healbright’s online therapy courses are a terrific addition to our network of third-party, best-in-class wellness partners. We continue to expand our network to provide organizations with innovative solutions to support employee wellbeing. These courses will assist employees with stress reduction, mindfulness, parenting, resilience, relationships and beyond – all seamlessly accessible via our wellness portal” says Anne Marie Kirby, CoreHealth Founder & CEO.
According to a recent study published in the journal of Abnormal Psychology, a stunning 80% of people will develop a diagnosable mental health issue at some point in their life. Despite the overwhelming prevalence of these issues, there is still an outdated stigma surrounding mental health interventions, a stigma that is costing businesses hundreds of billions of dollars a year. Healbright addresses this problem by focusing on mental wellness rather than fixating on mental illness, and provides evidence-backed therapeutic tools and guidance from licensed therapists.
ABOUT HEALBRIGHT
Healbright.com makes mental wellness accessible, affordable, and stigma-free. Healbright instructors condense the best practices in the mental health field into courses that are accessible to anyone, using the latest research in neuroscience, clinical psychology, and meditation. Healbright believes everybody can benefit from working with their mind, and psychology should not be limited to fixating on mental illness but should be equally concerned with cultivating mental wellness. For more information about Healbright visit www.healbright.com, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
ABOUT COREHEALTH TECHNOLOGIES
CoreHealth Technologies Inc. is the leading corporate wellness platform trusted by more than 1000 organizations, ranging from medium-sized businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises. At CoreHealth, we believe that developing the best employee wellness programs is all about giving wellness companies the right code, design and access to the latest innovations. With the most customization, integrations and reliability of any software in its class, CoreHealth’s powerful platform lets users focus on growing great companies. For more information, explore the CoreHealth website.

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Five Back-To-School Tips And Parent Guide For Special Needs Parents

Author Deanna Picon's Back-To-School Guide Offers Help For Parents of Special Needs Children At No Cost

This guide offers proven techniques to help special needs parents, not only survive and manage the school year, but look forward to an academic term with less stress and better results for everyone”

— Deanna Picon

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 22, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — During the hectic back-to-school season, parents of special needs children are often overwhelmed with the challenges of educating their child. Many feel that navigating the special education system and advocating for their son or daughter is a full-time job in itself. The tasks and responsibilities can seem never-ending at times.

"This complimentary booklet provides proven techniques to help special needs parents, not only survive and manage the school year, but look forward to a productive academic term with less stress, more enjoyment and better results for everyone," said Deanna Picon, founder of Your Autism Coach, LLC and author of The Autism Parents' Guide To Reclaiming Your Life. The guide is available at no cost, by downloading it, at www.yourautismcoach.com.

Parents can apply these and other tips from the "Having A Great School Year With Your Special Needs Child" guide:

• Get involved. One of the smartest and most effective things you can do for your child’s education is to simply be part of it. Get to know teachers, paraprofessionals, therapists and administrative personnel early in the school year. The teaching staff can offer advice on appropriate academic activities and lesson plans for your son or daughter. Therapists may help you develop some easy and practical activities you can do at home that will reinforce their work. If possible, attend school events, workshops and network with other parents.

• Develop a winning partnership. Your child's educators will be more helpful and involved when you come forward as an engaged partner. Tell and show them you want to collaborate. Be open, honest and approachable and they will be the same. Discuss best practices for communicating on a regular basis and building a successful team. Set realistic goals based on your child's abilities and needs. Meet periodically throughout the year to stay on top of everything.

• Know your rights. Your son or daughter is entitled to a good and appropriate education. If, for any reason, you're not satisfied with the IEP and other goals set for your child, you can seek to change the situation. Speak with the teaching team, school principal or other administrative staff to resolve these issues.

• Be the head cheerleader. Make sure you celebrate your child's achievements, no matter how small. Praise your son or daughter constantly and tell him/her you're proud.

• Have a good time with your child. Like any child, yours deserves to be a kid – to have some fun, enjoy the experiences of life and just relax sometimes. And you know what? You deserve that too. Don't spend every waking moment analyzing your child's behavior or trying to modify it. They get enough of it in school with constant observation and therapy. So have a good time. Do some arts and crafts. Take a day trip to the museum or go see a movie. Remember, every experience can create new learning opportunities.

Your Autism Coach, LLC provides personalized guidance, comprehensive support programs and seminars that address the issues and concerns of parents of special needs children. Now on Twitter (@yourautismcoach), look for the latest parenting tips and advice from Deanna Picon. She shows parents how to overcome the challenges of raising a child with special needs, while building a rewarding life for themselves. Deanna is the recipient of the 2015 “Top Life Coach Writer” Award from Autism Parenting Magazine

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Providing the Full Means For a Healthy, Wealthy & Happy World, Via the Creation of Viable, Effective and Efficient Data

Brain education is about actualizing your full emotional health power.

Wisdom education is brain cleaning education.

Wisdom Education is Brain Health Education; Where Wisdom Land is a Start...

Our Education System Has Cutting Edge Mind Education While Brain Education Is Under the Radar Screen.

Create your pure self by healing your brain through brain education.

Stop letting your emotional baggage rule your life.

Getting rid of the ills of society will require purifying big data, which includes useless, false, fuzzy, duplicate and unviable data.

I have figured out the full means of how to shift the task from teaching wisdom knowledge to an emotionally challenged mind to physically healing the emotionally challenged brain into emotional health”

— Sajid Khan

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 29, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — I have a step by step plan to make America and the world greater than ever before.

I have submitted the following for National Geographic's Chasing Genius challenge. Here is my submission, which outlines the creation of viable data by purifying big data:

TITLE OF IDEA

INVENTING VIABLE DATA INSTEAD OF USING BIG DATA, AS BIG DATA, CONTAINS FALSE, DUPLICATE, USELESS AND FUZZY DATA.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

THE WORLD WILL REMAIN A MESS AS LONG AS OUR SOLUTIONS ARE BASED ON FALSE AND FUZZY DATA. SO TO SOLVE THE ILLS OF SOCIETY OUR EXPERTS WILL HAVE TO FIND VIABLE, EFFICIENT AND SHORT-CUT DEFINITIONS FOR WISDOM, EMOTIONAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, BRAIN, AND MIND. I HAVE FIGURED OUT VIABLE DEFINITIONS FOR THESE AND MORE.

MY CHALLENGE ISSUE IS GLOBAL HEALTH.

DESCRIBE THE PROBLEM

CURRENT BIG DATA IS BURDENED WITH THE REAL PROBLEM OF FINDING SOLUTIONS BY WORKING WITH HALF BAKED KNOWLEDGE PARTLY BASED ON FALSE, DUPLICATE, USELESS AND FUZZY DATA. WE HAVE CUTTING EDGE MIND EDUCATION WHILE BRAIN EDUCATION IS NOT ONLY UNDER THE RADAR SCREEN, THE BRAIN IS MISEDUCATED. BRAIN ED. & MIND ED. ARE LUMPED TOGETHER AS JUST MIND EDUCATION. AS A RESULT, WE HAVE 40,000 BOOKS ON HAPPINESS THAT ALL UNSUCCESSFULLY TRY TO TEACH THE MIND HAPPINESS. EACH ONE OF THESE BOOKS FAILS, BECAUSE, WHEN THE BRAIN IS WIRED FOR UNHAPPINESS, THEN IT IS THE BRAIN THAT NEEDS HEALING. IT IS LIKE ASKING AN OXYGEN PRODUCING MACHINE TO GENERATE NITROGEN WITHOUT PHYSICALLY CHANGING THE MACHINE. TO CREATE PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS BIG DATA WILL HAVE TO BE REFINED.

DESCRIBE YOUR SOLUTION

OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM WILL HAVE TO BE REDESIGNED TO SHIFT THE FOCUS FROM TEACHING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO CREATING EMOTIONAL HEALTH. WE WILL NEED TO CREATE UNIVERSAL WISE PARENTING FOR THE YOUNG AND BRAIN THERAPY FOR THE OLD. WE WILL NEED TO CREATE A WHOLE NEW PROFESSION OF BRAIN HEALERS AND A BRAND NEW SUBJECT OF BRAIN EDUCATION. I HAVE FIGURED IT ALL OUT. PLEASE GOOGLE, 'SAJID WISDOM' TO REVIEW MY 1600+ PUBLISHED ARTICLES ON WISDOM, EMOTIONAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, HUMAN NATURE ETC. THE WHOLE PROCESS OF MAKING THE WORLD WISE BECOMES SIMPLY DOABLE BY PURIFYING BIG DATA.

TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOU

I HAVE DETERMINED WHY THE WORLD IS SUCH A MESS & WHY NOTHING CHANGES IN SPITE OF ALL THIS PROGRESS. I HAVE FIGURED OUT WISDOM AND HOW TO CREATE IT. WISDOM IS THE SMOKE WHERE EMOTIONAL HEALTH IS THE FIRE. BY FOCUSING ON EMOTIONAL HEALTH WISDOM WILL BE GENERATED EFFORTLESSLY. I HAVE COME UP WITH A WHOLE NEWER WISDOM-INDUSTRY. FOUNDER/PRESIDENT OF 4TH R FOUNDATION. I HAVE CREATED EMOTIONAL HEALTH APPS, CREATED CONCEPTS OF WISDOM HALL OF FAME, BRAIN POWER CLUB ETC. I HAVE INVENTED THE FULL MEANS FOR A WISE WORLD.

MY VIDEO: https://we.tl/fMryRF0CdS.

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NCJFCJ Recognizes Innovation and Impact With 3rd Annual Justice Innovation Awards

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) announced two honorees of the 3rd annual Justice Innovation Awards

Judge Connors has shown a remarkable dedication to implementing tribal and community court peacemaking principles to resolve cases. ”

— Bridget M. McCormack, Michigan Supreme Court

WASHINTON, DC, USA, July 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — (Reno, Nev.) – The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) announced two honorees of the 3rd annual Justice Innovation Awards recognizing the national Innovator of the Year and the Impact of the Year recipients: the Honorable Timothy Connors of the 22nd Circuit Court in Washtenaw County, Mich. and the Latin American Youth Center in Washington, D.C. The honorees were recognized at the NCJFCJ’s 80th Annual Conference highlighting informative presentations on current and cutting edge topics that inspired, provoked and precipitated discussions about issues facing the juvenile and family court system.

The Innovator of the Year Award honors an active, in-good-standing NCJFCJ member who has inspired, sponsored, promoted or led an innovation or accomplishment of national significance in juvenile justice, child abuse and neglect, family law and/or domestic violence. The Impact of the Year Award recognizes, from the Annual Conference-host state (Washington, D.C.), an individual, state/local court, law firm, advocacy group or service provider who has been instrumental in leading or implementing significant improvements or innovations which advance the mission of the NCJFCJ.

“It is our privilege to recognize the outstanding work of both Judge Connors and the team at the Latin American Youth Center,” said Judge Katherine Tennyson, NCJFCJ immediate past-president. “We honor their tireless commitment to improving the lives of children and families, especially those in our justice system. We hope that we can continue to raise awareness of the core issues that affect our nation’s families.”

Judge Connors serves as co-chair of the Michigan Tribal-State-Federal Forum, instrumental in drafting the Michigan Indian Family Preservation Act. In 2013, he was awarded a grant by the Michigan Supreme Court to determine whether tribal peacemaking values and practices could be implemented in a state court system. As presiding judge of the Washtenaw County Peacemaking Court, he has fostered the healing of important relationships among litigants in child welfare, family and probate cases by incorporating Native American peacemaking principles and philosophies in conflict resolution.

“I am forever grateful to the Michigan Supreme Court, the University of Michigan Law School, and now the NCJFCJ for opening this path of Peacemaking and restorative justice in state court systems,” said Judge Connors. “This path is the creation of the collaborative effort of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, the Native American Rights Fund Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative and the Michigan Tribal State Federal Forum to find common ground. This common ground greatly benefits our youth, our families and our communities. I hope all of our states will choose to walk this path together.”

“This is a great national honor that Judge Connors has received, and it is well deserved,” said Bridget M. McCormack, Michigan Supreme Court. “For many years, Judge Connors has shown a remarkable dedication to implementing tribal and community court peacemaking principles to resolve cases. In fact, his court was the first in Michigan to adopt the use of these principles, and his success in this area has prompted other states to take notice. His passion for applying justice in collaborative and innovative ways is nothing short of inspiring.”

“Judge Connors honors and respects the traditions of the tribes and tribal justice systems that provided the foundational knowledge and peacemaking principles for his court,” said Nikki Borchardt Campbell, Executive Director, National American Indian Court Judges Association. “We believe these restorative principles can be beneficial to participants when applied correctly and in the exact manner that Judge Connors has applied them in his court. His court and his approach are shining examples. We are proud of his work and his contribution to both state and tribal courts.”

The Latin American Youth Center’s (LAYC) mission is to empower a diverse population of youth to achieve a successful transition to adulthood, through multi-cultural, comprehensive, and innovative programs that address youths’ social, academic, and career needs. The LAYC works with every young person who comes through their doors, to help them develop the skills and self-confidence they need to make a successful transition to young adulthood. The LAYC offers bilingual programs and services designed to address the multiple needs of the young people and families in the community.

They have services to help youth achieve independent living, job training, substance abuse treatment programs, and a teen mom's program. Their areas of service include: Academics, with year-round tutoring and homework assistance, after-school programs, GED exam preparation and education, and college preparation and retention; Arts and Recreation, offering art and media programs, out-of-school time recreation, and mentoring; Job Readiness, with job preparedness and life skills training, job placement services, internships, and career exploration; Safe Housing, offering short- and long-term family-based and transitional living programs for homeless and runaway youth with special programs for young families and LGBTQ-identifying youth; and Health and Wellness, providing welcoming, non-clinical settings for sexual health education and HIV/STI/pregnancy testing and counseling, mental health and substance use disorders treatment, and parenting skills for young parents.

“The work we do at the Latin American Youth Center is truly a collaboration between compassionate District Court judges like the Honorable Hiram Puig-Lugo who committed to supporting our communities, the dedicated staff of D.C.'s Children and Family Services Administration, and LAYC's team of youth developers and social workers going above and beyond for each youth who comes through our doors,” said Lori M. Kaplain, president and CEO, LAYC. “Together, through innovative and community-based collaboration, we're able to make a real difference in the lives of our most vulnerable youth, in particular for youth of color and immigrant youth. We are truly humbled and appreciative of this award.”

“The Latin American Youth Center has a long and distinguished history of dedicated support for families in the Washington, D.C. area,” said the Honorable Hiram Puig-Lugo, Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Their commitment to service has helped countless immigrant and non-immigrant youth navigate the difficult journey from adolescence into adulthood. They are a valuable, integral and indispensable part of our community.”

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Andrew Newman's Children's Book Tells The True Story Of A Leopard Who Was Once Called 'The Devil'

Colorado-based author Andrew Newman has a new and deeply inspiring children’s book, a story entitled How Diablo Became Spirit.

BOULDER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, July 18, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Boulder, Colorado-based author Andrew Newman has added a new and deeply inspiring children's book to his Conscious Bedtimes Stories Club, a story entitled How Diablo Became Spirit. Based on a true story, his bedtime tale for kids ages five through 12 tells of Spirit, the black leopard, from Spirit’s own point of view. The story is based on the actual experience of Spirit, a black leopard who was rescued from a European zoo where he had been abused, and of Anna Breytenbach, a South Africa-based animal communicator, who helped Spirit to change his name and his life, which also changed the lives of those who care for him today.

"It's important for children to know the story of Diablo/Spirit because all young people can hear the animals inside their hearts. Most grown-ups have forgotten how; the world needs young people to remember and to speak up for the animals. That is how our planet's adults will make better decisions for all Earth's creatures," noted Breytenbach, speaking of Newman's upcoming book about her experience with Spirit. Videos of Breytenbach's and Spirit's amazing interaction have already been viewed over 10 million times on YouTube.

Beautifully illustrated by Alexis Aronson, this new book is part of the Conscious Bedtime Story Club collection, and a significant resource for parents seeking conscious parenting tools. This book will help children recognize and appreciate all life forms, including animals, as the sentient beings that they are. How Diablo Became Spirit ends with Spirit’s Secret Steps for communicating with animals.

Anna Breytenbach is a professional animal communicator who received advanced training from the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA. She has been practicing and teaching animal communication around the globe for 15 years. She's also the subject of the documentary film, The Animal Communicator, which has also reached over 10 million viewers online. Breytenbach's goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationship between human and nonhuman animals, on both the personal and spiritual level. She guides workshop participants to develop their natural senses and deepen their connection with all species in an honoring manner. In her communication and conservation work, she is inspired by her role as a voice for animals and natural environments.

Award-winning children's author Andrew Newman is a graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing; he has been actively involved in men's work through the Mankind Project since 2006. His additional portfolio of work includes publishing over 2500 donated poems as the PoemCatcher, volunteer coordination for Habitat for Humanity in South Africa and directing Edinburgh’s Festival of Spirituality and Peace. Newman's

Conscious Bedtime Story Club is a culmination of his training and experiences, and intended to bring parents and children into deeper connection and spiritual union with each other.

"Anna and I have been friends for many years," noted Newman. "We founded our friendship on our deep connection to nature, spirituality and healing. I attended several of her workshops and supported in some of her events. So it was a natural 'next-step' to bring forward the remarkable story of her work with Spirit." He added, "I loved the story of Spirit and felt it was worth the pilgrimage to meet this special leopard. I made a special trip to Jukani Animal Sanctuary in South Africa, where Spirit lives, to spend time there.  It was a very natural progression for me to ask Anna if I could write Diablo/Spirit's story. We share a goal to raise a generation of children who are more respectful of their natural surroundings and feel that bring the tools of animal communication in reach is an important step."

Newman's The Conscious Bedtime Stories Club is a collection of stories with wise and lovable characters who teach core life values to your children. Each of the 12 Conscious Bedtime Story Club books invites its readers to engage in mindfulness practices, beginning with Snuggle Breathing, which helps parents and children alike to share an experience of relaxation, presence and connection to each other and to the story. Each story ends with reflective activities and exercises to help children assimilate the lessons the stories present.

Newman strongly believes the last 20 minutes of each day are precious; his books use this important time to help children and parents grow consciously together in mind, body and spirit. How Diablo Became Spirit is available for purchase at www.amazon.com and at www.consciousstories.com.

The Conscious Stories Club References:
www.consciousstories.com
http://www.facebook.com/ConsciousBedtimeStories/?ref=br_rs
Anna Breytenback References:
www.animalspirit.org
http://youtu.be/gvwHHMEDdT0 The Story of Anna and Spirit
http://www.facebook.com/anna.breytenbach.1

Karen Stuth
Satiama Writers Resource
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