Wonder’s Journey Releases Quiet Time Collection

I spy bottles made from upcycled BPA free plastic bottles, hand dyed rice, and high quality hand picked trinkets.

DENVER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, July 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The brand new Quiet Time Collection from Melody Johnson of Wonder’s Journey releases July 24, 2019. Known for helping busy parents avoid screen time struggles by providing engaging screen free play materials, Johnson’s new line consists of her favorite and most popular I spy bottles.

For the first time, Johnson has created an entire product line of I spy bottles ranging from DIY kits to bottles designed to aid in letter and number recognition. Created to be portable and quiet, Johnson’s fresh collection contains high quality interesting trinkets that children love to look for. Two different sizes give busy parents the flexibility to slip a smaller bottle into a purse or backpack for some quiet time on the go, or to use the larger bottle for some down time at home.

The collection will be exclusively sold on the website wondersjourney.com where the limited products are expected to sell out by the end of the season.

Bottles also come in a variety of rice colors, to create the perfect bottle for each little learner, regardless of skill or gender. White rice makes it easy to find the trinkets, while the rainbow or single color rice presents more of a challenge. The letter and number trinkets featured in several bottles make learning letters and numbers fun.

Her collection also includes sets and storage boxes to make collecting and storing I spy bottles even easier.

Each individual I spy bottle has its own name. A few examples are:

The Essential
Alphabet Soup
The Essential Mini
Count with Me
The DIY Essential

The Quiet Time Collection ranges in price from under $10 for a la carte DIY materials to $60 for a three bottle bundle and storage box.

Johnson is excited to introduce her fans to this new product line collection full of low tech options designed to turn learners into leaders.

CONTACT INFO

For more information about the Quiet Time Collection or for an interview, please send inquiries to hello@wondersjourney.com. Media high-res photos available upon request.

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Melody started designing screen free toys after she was faced with a very real problem. Everytime she went out to dinner with her husband and young daughter, she saw kids of all ages glued to screens. So she started making toys for her daughter to play with while they were out, and decided to start offering those creations to other, like minded parents. After years of creating screen free toys by hand, Melody’s products started gaining notoriety amongst the parenting community.

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Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation offers Live Webcasts with Spiritual Master

LAGUNA HILLS, CALIFORNIA, USA, July 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation offers live, bi-monthly webcasts with spiritual Master Louix Dor Dempriey.

The Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that offers spiritual training, counseling, guidance, and education through various sources, including worldwide webcasts, held live on the first and third Thursday of each month from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. PST.

During these webcasts, Louix offers meditations, discourses, and addresses questions that are submitted by people worldwide. He provides an enlightened perspective on a diverse range of topics of general and personal concern—including parenting, relationships, money, employment, and health—to help people attain greater peace and happiness in day-to-day life. He also shares many simple and practical tools for spiritual growth and emotional healing, such as chanting, mantra, meditation, as well as educational and illuminating discourses on myriad subjects.

All webcasts are recorded and available for future viewing to all those who register.

Louix’s teachings are non-denominational and open to all walks of life.

About the Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation

The Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to sharing the teachings and humanitarian works of Louix Dor Dempriey. Its mission is to help people remember and restore their inherent divinity, and to walk in this world as unconditional love.

Louix Dor Dempriey is a spiritual Master who has dedicated his life to helping other people attain self-mastery in all areas of their lives, so that they, too, can experience true joy and inner peace, regardless of worldly circumstances. Louix's darshan, as well as his illuminating discourses, meditations, and ceremonies, have invoked profound transformation in thousands of people worldwide. With grace and humor, Louix imparts timeless wisdom in contemporary, practical teachings—that transcend all faiths, paths, religions, and cultures. He resides at Prema Drala Ashram in Laguna Hills, California.

For more information, please visit: http://www.Louix.org.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), explained by North Carolina attorney Janet P. Reed in a new article

Janet Reed Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Reed Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, family lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, family lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, family lawyer in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, family lawyer in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, lawyer in North Carolina

Alternative dispute resolution refers to dispute settlement outside of court. In a new article, Janet Reed, Esq. explains some of the issues in layman’s terms.

ADR processes are a compelling alternative to court trials. They not only allow for quick settlement of disputes and are less costly, but also increase the chances of finding a solution…”

— Janet Pittman Reed, lawyer in North Carolina

JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are you stuck in a dispute, but do not want to get into the hassle of a court case? You should go for an alternative dispute resolution! Alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, is an umbrella term used for methods of dispute settlement outside of the courtroom, with the help of a neutral third party.

Since ADR programs are more expeditious and less costly than court cases, they present viable alternative solutions for dispute settlement. Attorney Janet Reed, based in North Carolina, has published a comment that reviews related issues. The complete article will be published on her Blog at https://janetreedesq.blogspot.com/

In view of the increasing costs of lawsuits and the time it takes to settle a dispute through litigation, ADR programs present viable alternative solutions. They are not only more expeditious and less costly, but also allow for more creative solutions that may be outside the court’s jurisdiction.

Unlike court cases, which are generally adversarial, ADR programs allow the disputing parties to better understand each other’s position. As a result, they are more likely to collaborate and reach a mutually acceptable solution.

Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

While there are many ways to settle disputes outside of the court, mediation and arbitration are the most commonly used methods.

What is Mediation?

Performed by a neutral third-party – a trained individual – mediation is an informal process to facilitate negotiations between the disputing parties and help them reach a consensus. The role of the mediator is to help both the parties break the deadlock, explore their options and find a mutually agreeable solution. For this, the mediator may talk to the involved parties together or separately.

While mediators can facilitate the process by providing options for possible solutions or by guiding the disputants, they cannot enforce anything. Also, they have to stay impartial throughout the process. Although the ADR method can be used for all non-criminal cases, it is generally preferred when the disputing parties have some kind of a relationship between them and they do not want to ruin it. Since a mediator can help the parties communicate without getting emotions involved, they are highly likely to reach consensus in nondestructive manners.

Mediation can be a better choice than litigation in case of a dispute between business partners, family members, neighbors, landlords and tenants, and labor issues with the management. It has also been increasingly used for divorce cases and to settle issues related to child custody.

Since mediation is generally voluntary (it is mandatory in some jurisdictions) and non-binding, both the disputing parties should be willing to negotiate, cooperate, and/or compromise. Mediation will not be effective otherwise.

What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is a simplified version of a court trial. Headed by a neutral individual or a panel, the process of arbitration involves hearing the claims of both sides, reviewing evidence, and then issuing a decision. Unlike mediation, the verdict issued by the arbitrator, called arbitral award, can be binding or non-binding.

In case of binding arbitration, the disputants lose their right to a court trial and have to accept the decision of the arbitrator. In non-binding arbitration, the disputing parties can go for court trial if the arbitrator’s decision is unacceptable for them.

While the process sounds like similar to court proceedings, arbitration gives more power to the disputants. In arbitration, the disputing parties mutually decide the guidelines of the process as well as choose the arbitrator. In cases where both the sides do not agree on one arbitrator, each party selects one person. The two arbitrators will then elect another individual. This is done to ensure neutrality of the decision maker. The disputants also have the choice to either hire lawyers to speak for them or they can choose to present their cases themselves. Arbitration hearings generally last for a few days to maximum a week.

Final Word

ADR processes are a compelling alternative to court trials. They not only allow for quick settlement of disputes and are less costly, but also increase the chances of finding a solution that is acceptable to both the disputing parties. While there are many different methods of alternative dispute resolution, such as case conferencing, neutral evaluation, parenting coordination, and conciliation, mediation and arbitration are most commonly used.

Janet Pittman Reed, Attorney in North Carolina

Janet P. Reed is an attorney in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and handles Family Law cases such as Divorce & Separation, Personal Injury, Traffic, Criminal Law, Driver’s License Restoration Services, and Civil Litigation cases.

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Dr. Gene Lingerfelt reveals benefits of walking in the blessing of God

Dr. Gene Lingerfelt

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Faith Christian Center's Dr. Gene Lingerfelt offers insight into the Bible, God's blessing, and His wonderful plan for every man and woman.

ARLINGTON , TEXAS, USA, July 12, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — “God has a wonderful plan for everyone’s life, no matter their background or what they might be facing,” according to Dr. Gene Lingerfelt, founding and senior pastor of Faith Christian Center in Arlington, Texas. “God wants every man and woman to be saved. If you will give your life to Him, accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, and submit your life to the Word of God, you can experience God’s best and walk in the blessings of God.”

“Many people have been wrongly taught about God. They’ve wrongly heard God is out to get them or God is doing awful, evil things, like giving people cancer,” explains Dr. Lingerfelt. “God has been misrepresented for a long time and that’s why in America so many people have turned away from God.” “They have been wrongly taught God wants them to be a failure or that God is opposed to their success.” Dr. Gene Lingerfelt explains, “Nothing could be further from the truth!”

According to Dr. Lingerfelt, “God is a good God and He has a good plan for each and every person.” “That plan will not automatically happen in your life, however,” explains Dr. Lingerfelt. “There is a success pattern for life in the Bible, God’s Word, but every man or woman must make the choice to embrace that pattern for success.”

“Action is often the missing ingredient for success,” explains Dr. Lingerfelt. “Some people take no action and too many are taking the wrong actions. The key to success is to DO what the Bible says to DO and to live your life according to the success pattern we see in the Bible.”

According to Dr. Gene Lingerfelt, “God wants every individual to fulfill their full potential in life. Because of what Jesus did for us on the cross, we can be forgiven of our sins, we can become a part of the family of God, and we can live this life as the sons and daughters of God.”

“In the Bible, it's possible to learn how to walk in the blessing of God,” Dr. Lingerfelt explains. At Faith Christian Center, he and son Austin help individuals to discover God's plan.

“We teach them how to apply the Bible to their everyday lives, so they can walk in the blessing of God,” adds Faith Christian Center co-founder Dr. Lingerfelt. “We want to see everyone be a success in life!”

Faith Christian Center is a non-denominational, Full Gospel church in Arlington, Texas, located on 73 beautiful acres. Dr. Gene Lingerfelt and his son Austin share what they call a positive, motivational message in every service on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.

According to the pastor, the Bible covers every subject–life, family and marriage, parenting, child-raising, finances, and more. “Every answer for life,” he claims, “is in the Bible.”

“God has truly given us,” Dr. Lingerfelt adds, wrapping up, “a success formula, in His Word – the Bible.”

Dr. Gene Lingerfelt and his wife Sue founded Faith Christian Center more than 35 years ago. After 40 plus years of marriage and 35 plus years of faithfully pastoring Faith Christian Center, Dr. Gene and Sue Lingerfelt have earned a reputation for practical and relevant teaching from the Bible. Dr. Gene Lingerfelt is also known as a pastor to men and he is well-known for his teachings and books on finances and success. For more information, visit FaithChristianCenter.com.

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Citizens Commission on Human Rights Exhibit Sounds the Alarm on Increase in Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers

Visitors study one of the displays at the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit in Old Sacramento

Visitors study one of the displays at the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights brings traveling exhibit to Sacramento to warn parents of sharp increase in psychiatric drugging of infants & toddlers.

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 6, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Alarmed by the fact that more than 1 million 0-5 year olds in the U.S. are prescribed psychiatric drugs, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) of Sacramento took their message directly to local parents. CCHR, a non-profit, non-political, non-religious mental health watchdog group, brought its traveling exhibit to Old Sacramento over the 4th of July weekend with the aim of warning thousands of parents about the dangers of these drugs.

The exhibit, “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death” provides extensive documentaries that highlight psychiatric violations of Human Rights done under the guise of help.

“It is especially appropriate to host the exhibit this weekend when we contemplate and celebrate our freedoms in this country and renew our commitment to preserve them,” said Jim Van Hill, Executive Director of Sacramento’s CCHR chapter. “The increase in drugging of toddlers and even infants, is extremely dangerous and is just one of psychiatry’s violations of Human Rights.”

Despite the fact that psychiatric drugs are so powerful that they carry over 380 international drug regulatory warnings, IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, reported that 274,804 babies, 370,778 toddlers and 500,948 preschoolers have been prescribed them in the U.S. The report also found that 1,400 infants were on ADHD drugs.[1]

This sharp increase is incomprehensible given the lack of evidence that they are even remotely safe for this age group. Dr. Thomas Insel, director of the National Institute of Mental Health stated, “There are not any good scientific data to support the widespread use of these medicines in children, particularly in young children where the scientific data are even more scarce.” [2]

The drugs being prescribed to children include ADHD drugs, antidepressants, antipsychotics and anti-anxiety drugs. They have been known to cause serious adverse effects such as heart problems, psychosis, death, suicide attempts, cardiovascular problems, and addiction. This is just a small sampling of the serious effects these drugs can have.[3]

Claudia M. Gold, M.D. believes the appropriate approach to raising children who are encountering difficulties is to parent them, not to drug them.

Dr. Gold said “Mental Health Disorder are big words to put on a small person… Based on my years of clinical experience as a pediatrician, together with evidence offered by contemporary research in developmental psychology, genetics and neuroscience, I believe that supporting parents’ efforts to understand their young child’s experience of the world, to help him or her to make sense of whatever particular vulnerabilities he or she has, without labelling him or her with a disorder, is a better approach.”[4]

Children have never been diagnosed and drugged at the rate they are now and society did fine in raising its children. Why are psychiatrists and doctors suddenly insisting that old-fashioned parenting is insufficient? Especially since no “medical” or scientific test exists that proves any child has a “mental disorder” or “mental illness.” In fact, the tests are subjective and based on a checklist of symptoms.[5]

According to Dr. Thomas Dorman, and many other physicians, the reason is a morally bankrupt strategy that the psychiatric industry is using to line its pockets with insurance payouts.

“In short, the whole business of creating psychiatric categories of ‘disease,’ formalizing them with consensus, and subsequently ascribing diagnostic codes to them, which in turn leads to their use for insurance billing, is nothing but an extended racket furnishing psychiatry a pseudo-scientific aura. The perpetrators are, of course, feeding at the public trough,” stated Dr. Thomas Dorman, internist and member of the Royal College of Physicians of the UK, Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of Canada. [6]

“This harmful drugging of children is criminal,” Van Hill said. “What better time than the 4th of July to make people aware of this threat to their children’s freedom and the future of our country. Let’s work together to start regulating psychiatry and develop saner, safer approaches to mental health.”

For more information, CCHR Sacramento invites you to call them at (916) 447-4599 or go to their website at http://www.cchrca.org.

CCHR was co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus Dr. Thomas Szasz at a time when patients were being warehoused in institutions and stripped of all constitutional, civil and human rights. For more Information you can visit them at their website at; https://www.cchr.org/

[1] IMS, Vector One: National (VONA) and Total Patient Tracker (TPT) Database, Years 2008-2013, Extracted 2014.

[2] https://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/23/world/americas/23iht-drugs.3642084.html

[3] “Sound the Alarm: More than 1 Million 0-5 Year Olds in the U.S. Prescribed Psychiatric Drugs,” https://www.cchrint.org/2016/09/08/1-million-0-5-year-olds-prescribed-psychiatric-drugs/

[4] https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/child-in-mind/201103/psychiatric-disorders-in-young-children-be-very-careful

[5] “The Difference between a medical diagnosis and a psychiatric diagnosis,” https://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-disorders/psychiatristsphysicians-on-lack-of-any-medicalscientific-tests/

[6] https://www.cchr.org/quick-facts/disorders-voted-into-existence.html

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Catherine Gruener of Gruener Consulting and Encouragement Parenting to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

ELMHURST, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, July 5, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the famous words of E. E. Cummings, “It takes courage to grow up and become who we really are.” Woefully, since early childhood most of us lose ourselves in the journey of life identifying with others instead of what’s blooming inside our hearts and souls. Unbeknownst to us, we lose all sense of purpose and ability to be genuinely happy. One exceptional woman is changing all that through her incredibly impactful work.

Catherine is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Certified Positive Discipline Educator and owner of Gruener Consulting and Encouragement Parenting.

“In the counseling division of my practice I utilize person-centered, evidence-based methods and Adlerian depth therapy which are remarkably effective,” says Catherine. “In my Encouraging Parenting division my evidence based strategy focuses on the Empowerment of parents through experiential trainings, workshops, seminars, and online classes. My objective is to expand my teachings so everyone can have a wonderfully fulfilling and joyful life.”

In her early youth, Catherine decided to go into neuropsychology because she yearned to understand the human soul and how our brains makes us who we are authentically. Catherine strongly believes there is a huge distinction between our soul and brains.

“I envision myself as more of an educator,” says Catherine. “As an avid problem solver I instill in people how to resolve issues and teach them the problem solving process.”

According to Catherine, people are born into the world with certain unique strengths but as we mature we lose ourselves in other people’s identities and whimsy taking us further away from who we are genuinely are meant to be.

“My objective is to help get people back to their true natures with extremely effective parenting tools and strategies that are heart centered,” says Catherine. ““What I have learned over the years is the most monumental impact I can make is inspiring and reassuring parents and their children to profoundly connect with one another by recognizing the value of our true selves.”

Catherine helps parents remove blocks that have obstructed their way opening the door to their own gifts. That way they can more effortlessly contribute to the world the way they are intended to, creating harmony within themselves and the universe.

“Through parenting we help kids tap into their unique skills and capabilities that is distinctively theirs,” says Catherine. “Some kids excel at writing, reading, math, or the art, some are caretakers, others are comedians. Value and embrace who you are because we need all of these traits in our society in order for us to thrive as a whole. Recognize how we belong and how are we significant.”

Through her invaluable workshops, Catherine stresses the importance of encouraging kids to feel confident enough to be able to open up to their parents wholeheartedly, so they can actually help guide them through life’s journey. It’s about solving problems cohesively.

“Healthy relationships between parents and their children offer further opportunity to heal,” says Catherine. “When we are everything we need to be we are happy, healthy, and whole and that’s what I do with people. I help them get back to who they truly are. I literally have the coolest job in the world.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Catherine Gruener in interviews with Doug Lewellyn on Monday, July 8th at 12 p. m. EST and with Jim Masters on Monday, July 15th at 12 p. m. EST

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If you have any questions for our guest, please call (347) 996-3389

For more information on our guest please visit www.gruenerconsultingllc.com and www.encouragementparenting.com

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