I AM CREATING LEARNING THROUGH SONGS. I NEED MENTORS AND PARTNERS.

Daily brain cleaning will enable you into becoming wisdom.

Identitfy with your mind and with it; heal your brain into emotional health.

Know the Level of Your brain You Are Living From.

Know and Harness the Difference Between Your Brain and Mind.

Identify with the mind and with it heal the brain.

use the Brain and Mind to Improve Each Other.

A song is more than a thousand words. Making education a pleasure and a more likely home run.

Creating educational songs to effortlessly embed lessons into the focused as well as the unfocused students. As well as to easily attract and get the uneducated get educated without effort.”

— Sajid Khan

RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ, UNITED STATES, May 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Internet education is now being enhanced with 6 minute videos that visualize the lessons making it easer to digest the subject matter better. As they say a picture is worth a thousand word. Thus with videos learning takes place through the ears as well as the eyes. This internet innovation needs to be brought down into regular classrooms. Just imagine a computer screen as the black board with the teacher instead of writing with a chalk is sitting at a computer writing and explaining the lesson with his fingers. In this corona world order this might just become an innovative necessity.

I would like to add creating learning through songs for several reasons. Songs last longer in memories and thus lessons are easier to remember. Lessons wrapped in music will attract more focus, thus students will pay much more attention. For my particular subject of teaching the science of the art of living not only is there a need to educate the student, there is a need to educate even those who have left the school behind and have missed the education boat.

Just imagine teaching the sciences of life by reducing whole books into a few very short topics through musically appealing songs. Take the topic of upbringing. There is a need to ensure every student to be well prepared for future parenthood and an equally necessary opportunity to teach parents who have missed the wise parenting education. Dragging every uneducated into the classroom will be difficult and logistically impossible. Yet it is imperative that all parents need to be experts in following the path of wise parenting.

Teaching through the ears as well as the eyes, that is soothing to both. Making education a pleasure and a more likely home run.

I have produced two songs that explain the most vital knowledge that needs to be learned by students and the uneducated alike:

Upbringing:
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Wisdom.
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Our education system is geared towards providing the expertise to earn good money. There is no universal effort to teach how to save and invest money. As a result most people in America earn good money but almost half end up without any savings let alone with any investments.

Again America is an emotionally challenged country because our experts lump the brain and mind as the mind. Thus we have cutting edge mind education while brain education is not only missing, the brain is miseducated.

Our education institutes must note that it is brain education that generates emotional health (EH) that is the foundation of health, education, society, relationships, happiness etc.

Along with short videos I have a plan to create educational songs that will create an emotionally healthy America and the world.

I need partners and mentors.

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Mental Health Month: A Marketing Campaign to Fuel the Psychiatric Industry

More than 7 million U.S. children are being prescribed psychiatric drugs and hundreds of thousands of these children are between the ages of zero to five.

More than 7 million U.S. children are being prescribed psychiatric drugs and hundreds of thousands of these children are between the ages of zero to five.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

Millions of children are given psychiatric labels for normal childhood behavior and prescribed psychiatric drugs that drive them to commit violent acts and suicide.

Millions of children are given psychiatric labels for normal childhood behavior and prescribed psychiatric drugs that drive them to commit violent acts and suicide.

The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane?

The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane?

Psychiatric treatment is one of the most lucrative businesses in the world according to IMS Health with global sales reaching $76 billion a year.

Too often a person seeking help is simply given a script for a psychiatric drug with dangerous side effects. This isn’t help. This is business, business built on the pain of others.”

— Diane Stein, president of CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, May 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since 1949 the month of May has been touted as Mental Health Month for the stated purpose of educating people on mental health issues. However, the real motive behind this marketing comes into question when messages such as “the 7 biggest parenting mistakes that destroy kids’ mental strength” and “Homeschooling is ‘Dangerous,’ It Gives Parents ‘Authoritarian Control’ Over Kids” are being pushed. [1,2]

During Mental Health Month, the call to action was for a million mental health screenings to be completed. Individuals interested in learning more about mental illness are driven to websites where they can take a series of quizzes called screening tools which are marketed as the quickest and easiest way to determine if someone is experiencing “symptoms” of a mental health condition. [3]

“According to those pushing for more mental health screenings, most of the people who take these quizzes have never been diagnosed with a mental illness making it the perfect generator for new business,” said the president of the Florida chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR).

With global sales reaching $76 billion a year, psychiatric treatment is one of the most lucrative businesses in the world and according to IMS Health, a company that provides information, services and technology for the healthcare industry, there are over 78 million people taking psychiatric drugs in the United States. [4,5]

“All too often a person seeking help is simply labeled and given a script for a psychiatric drug with potentially dangerous side effects,” said Stein. “This isn’t help. This is business, business built on the pain of others.”

Additionally, as reported in Scientific American, 1 in 6 American adults reported taking a psychiatric drug in a 2013 study and currently more than 7 million U.S. children are being prescribed psychiatric drugs and hundreds of thousands of these children are between the ages of zero to five. [6,7]

The targeting of children for mental health screening is of grave concern to CCHR, a watchdog organization that investigates abuse committed in the mental health industry, who believes that parents are not properly informed of their rights in these matters.

In response, CCHR created a Parental Rights Guidebook for Florida parents which lists out rights in easy to understand terms. This free booklet is available for download on the CCHR website and the campaign to inform parents of their rights has now reached over 140,000 via social media. To learn more, please call 727-442-8820 or visit www.cchrflorida.org. CCHR also operates a hotline to report mental health abuse and this hotline, 800-782-2878, is open despite COVID-19 restrictions.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information please visit www.cchrflorida.org.

Sources:
[1] A therapist shares the 7 biggest parenting mistakes that destroy kids’ mental strength
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/25/biggest-parenting-mistake-destroys-kids-mental-strength-says-therapist.html
[2] Harvard Prof Calls Homeschooling ‘Dangerous,’ Says It Gives Parents ‘Authoritarian Control’ Over Kids https://floridacitizensalliance.com/liberty/harvard-prof-calls-homeschooling-dangerous-says-it-gives-parents-authoritarian-control-over-kids/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI95rRrOjS6QIVCLLICh0m9gDqEAAYASAAEgKE5_D_BwE
[3] https://www.mhanational.org/mental-health-month
[4] Total Number of People Taking Psychiatric Drugs in the United States https://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/people-taking-psychiatric-drugs/
[5] Psychiatry: Hooking Your World on Drugs https://www.cchr.org/cchr-reports/psychiatry/introduction.html
[6] MENTAL HEALTH: 1 in 6 Americans Takes a Psychiatric Drug – Antidepressants were most common, followed by anxiety relievers and antipsychotics https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/1-in-6-americans-takes-a-psychiatric-drug/
[7] Number of Children & Adolescents Taking Psychiatric Drugs in the U.S. https://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/children-on-psychiatric-drugs/

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It Is Time To Digitize Our Parenting Skills

Two international authors working together for the online safety and protection of children globally

Two Authors On A Mission

An Insidious Health Crisis For Our Children

Police have warned they are listening to the chatter among predators. Predators are bragging about how easy it is to access their prey online – our children.”

— Charlene Doak-Gebauer

LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — “My kids are online all of the time. I just found a nude picture of my daughter. I can’t believe it. When I asked her about it, she laughed and said everyone is doing it! Calm down!”, said a frustrated and concerned parent of a 9-year-old child.

Author, Charlene Doak-Gebauer, warns this type of situation is far greater than parents and caregivers realize. When speaking in schools, she explains that children aged six to 18 consider sending “nudes” to be a joke. Law enforcement will explain this situation is not a joke, and can meet the definition of producing and distributing child pornography under most criminal codes, globally. Because the parents own the digital device contracts, they are in possession of child pornography, even though the pictures are of their child. She explains “Envision this – the police come to your door at 6:00 a.m., go through your house and seize all computer equipment because your 9-year-old child has been sending nudes to an unknown. You could be viewed as a perpetrator until proven innocent. Do you want to have this conversation with police?” True story – London, Ontario, Canada.

The Internet has provided a “virtual buffet” for predation, by unknowns, but also peers and “peer victimizers". Peer victimizers are the fastest growing group of predators, and can be the most damaging. Too often children have sent nudes in confidence to a “friend”, only to find their pictures have been broadcast throughout a school and a community. This causes anxiety, depression, suicide, and other emotions. “With today’s apps and digital devices, one nude picture in a school of 1,000 can circulate within minutes, less than an hour”, says Doak-Gebauer. “We are all fearful of COVID but we have to remember our children online. Police have warned they are listening to the chatter among predators. Predators are bragging about how easy it is to access their prey online – our children.”

Charlene Doak-Gebauer, a computer and network specialist in education, has developed a Theory of Digital Supervision for supervising children while they are on digital devices, which is designed to aide the digitization of parenting. It is written in user-friendly language for all to understand and apply. Her newest release “The Internet: Are Children In Charge?” provides parents and caregivers with the knowledge and tools they need to supervise digitally, a complete and interesting resource for Digital Supervision. Also included in her book are interviews with police, a lawyer, and therapists, who have worked in the area of Internet child exploitation; and, interviews with victims of Internet child exploitation. Doak-Gebauer explains, “My book is written to be user friendly and without complicated technological verbiage that would confuse parents and caregivers”. She emphasizes it is time to digitize our parenting skills.

Doak-Gebauer warns, “Children are being given too much ownership for their decisions, particularly online. An eight-year old has little choice as to what to have for dinner, and yet they are supposed to make the right choices while communicating online. They lack the life skills and maturity to do so effectively. We have to supervise on digital devices.”

Therapists are seeing children as young as six years old who have pornography addiction issues. The pandemic crisis and the possible long-term effects of online negative experiences, has given Doak-Gebauer an even greater determination to help parents and caregivers in their challenges to protect children online.

Charlene Doak-Gebauer, from Canada, is an Author, global speaker, Founder and Chair of the Canadian Federal charity Internet Sense First, and Founder and Chair of the AICET Council (Anti Internet Child Exploitation Team). She has teamed up with Global Keynote Speaker & Inspirational Thought Leader, Holly Dowling, from the United States of America. Holly is Founder of "Extraordinary Pivot: Turning Chaos Into Calm", focusing on personal and family mental well being – separating professional life from home life for mental health. Doak-Gebauer says “Holly is a dear friend and a true leader in thought and inspiration. When I asked her to join me in helping families cope with the online challenges for our children, she responded ‘yes’ without hesitation. We are proving borders are surmountable when it comes to working together.”

Doak-Gebauer emphasizes we should all practice solidarity without borders for the online safety of our precious children. Together, the authors emphasize – “protection of children should be nonpartisan, without borders, and unified globally”.

Holly’s book “Hollyisms: Let Your Light Shine!” provides parents with inspirational and spiritual quotes to help them in their emotional struggles, as families cope with challenges. Dowling explains, “In addition to helping adults, this book can be used to educate children regarding positive emotional approaches to so many challenges, allowing their light to shine.”

Dowling and Doak-Gebauer believe their two books together are excellent for parents, grandparents, and all caregivers. Both books are useful in households to help combat the challenges families are facing. The authors agree it is important to learn how to digitally supervise children for online protection, and have strong spirit at the same time.

Doak-Gebauer is Founder and Chair of the AICET Council, which has international members, representing Canada, the United States, and Spain. Members of the AICET Council contribute their expertise regarding the three parts of Doak-Gebauer’s Theory of Digital Supervision. Charlene – “I developed the AICET Council because I wanted to have an international team of experts who would expand on my Theory of Digital Supervision”. Holly and Charlene both present as part of the AICET Council. Reading their books further explains their determination and dedication to the safety of children. The mandate of the AICET Council – “Solidarity without borders for the online safety of our children globally”.

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BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD'S DADS PREMIERES GLOBALLY ON APPLE TV+ JUNE 19

Apple TV + Dads

DIRECTED BY Bryce Dallas Howard (directorial debut) including Judd Apatow, Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick Harris, Ron Howard, jimmy Kimmel, Will Smith and more

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, May 15, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — "Dads" is a heartfelt and humorous documentary that celebrates the joys and challenges of parenting in today's world. Featuring six extraordinary fathers from across the globe, this film offers a firsthand glimpse into the trials and tribulations of modern-day parenting through revealing interviews, rare home-movie footage, viral videos, and hilarious and thoughtful testimonials from some of Hollywood's funniest celebrities, including Judd Apatow, Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick Harris, Ron Howard, Ken Jeong, Jimmy Kimmel, Hasan Minaj, Conan O'Brien, Patton Oswalt, Will Smith and more. Making her feature directorial debut, Bryce Dallas Howard also offers an intimate look at the dads in her own family, including remarkable interviews with her late grandfather Rance, her father Ron and her brother Reed.

"Dads" is part of Apple's exclusive, first-look deal with Imagine Documentaries. The film is produced by Nine Muses Entertainment, in association with Dove Men+Care.

DIRECTED BY
Bryce Dallas Howard (directorial debut)

CAST
Judd Apatow, Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick Harris, Ron Howard, Ken Jeong, Jimmy Kimmel, Hasan Minaj, Conan O'Brien, Patton Oswalt, Will Smith, Kenan Thompson Rance Howard, Reed Howard, Glen Henry, Robert Selby, Thiago Queiroz, Shuichi Sakuma, Rob Scheer, and Reece Scheer

PRODUCERS
Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Michael Rosenberg, Justin Wilkes, Walter Matteson, Bryce Dallas Howard

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Kelly Mullen, Giles Morrison, Meredith Kaulfers, Marc Gilbar, Sara Bernstein

MPA RATING
PG

RUN TIME
81 minutes

ABOUT APPLE TV+
Apple TV+ is available on the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices, as well as at tv.apple.com, for $4.99 per month with a seven-day free trial. The Apple TV app will be available on Sony and VIZIO smart TVs later this year. For a limited time, customers who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod touch can enjoy one year of Apple TV+ for free. This special offer is good for three months after the first activation of the eligible device.*

*One subscription per Family Sharing group. Plan automatically renews until cancelled. Restrictions and other terms apply; visit apple.com/promo for more information.

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Unselfish Kids Wins Award for “Outstanding Book of the Year”

Unselfish Kids book

Timely inspirational coffee table book to help us emerge from the effects of COVID-19

TRAVERSE CITY, MI, UNITED STATES, May 12, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 2020 Independent Publisher Book Awards, one of the largest book awards contests in the world, has awarded Unselfish Kids by Paul D. Parkinson and Sammie Parkinson the Outstanding Book of the Year, Peacemaker. Over 4,000 books were reviewed by this year’s judging panel, made up of experts from the fields of publishing, reviewing, bookselling and libraries. “We feel that given all that is going on in the world right now, this is a very timely recognition of a universal message that resonates with all people”, say the authors. “The recognition belongs to the children whose stories are shared in the book. They are real-life heroes for our time.”

Quotes, Endorsements and Appearances
Earlier this year, Cat Bowen of the parenting website Romper.com called Unselfish Kids “The most inspiring book you’ll read this year” and noted the book will “inspire you to change the world”.
Unselfish Kids was released on December 3, 2019 (“Giving Tuesday”). On that date, the book and its authors, along with three of the children from the book, were featured on the Today Show with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush-Hager. (The Today Show segment can be viewed here.)
Jack Canfield, Co-Author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series says, “The stories of Unselfish Kids will warm your heart and inspire both kids and adults to reach out and make a difference in the lives of others.”

Unselfish Kids’ powerful message resonates today
Unselfish Kids is the ideal book for our time, with its 40 short stories of children making the world a better place. Included with each story is a full-color photo. “We spent over a year and a half collecting stories highlighting the selfless and charitable acts of children all over the country”, says Co-Author Paul D. Parkinson, whose first book Unselfish: Love Thy Neighbor As Thy Selfie became a top-selling coffee table book.
“I can’t think of a better book for parents and children to read together during this unique time, with 95% of the kids in the country out of school, and so many challenges facing people young and old. Our hope is that each person will create their own plan to do their part”, says Co-Author Sammie Parkinson. “Unselfish Kids shows us that we all have a part to play in making the world a better place. Our hope is to inspire readers of all ages, moving them to action.”

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Six Ways To Help Autism and Special Needs Families During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Author Deanna Picon Offers Six Ways For Families, Friends And The Public To Support Autism And Special Needs Families During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has created new challenges for all of us, but it has been especially hard for families with special needs children and adults”

— Deanna Picon

NEW YORK, NY, US, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Raising a child with a disability, while trying to balance work and family responsibilities is no easy task for even the most dedicated parents, under the best of circumstances. Managing all aspects of a special needs child care, while sheltering in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, is even more stressful and time-consuming.

“The coronavirus pandemic has created new challenges for all of us, but it has been especially hard for families with special needs children and adults,” said Deanna Picon, founder of Your Autism Coach, LLC and author of The Autism Parents' Guide To Reclaiming Your Life. "During this difficult time, any act of kindness given by family, friends and the public would be deeply appreciated by special needs families.”

The necessary structure, routine and services for special needs individuals have been severely disrupted, causing additional stress and responsibilities in these family households. In most cases, special needs children have lost access to school and academic programs as well as physical, occupational, speech and behavioral therapies. Many adults with disabilities aren't able to attend day habilitation, vocational and recreational programs.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 54 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder.

"Special needs parents courageously face autism and all the enormous challenges and responsibilities that accompany it on a daily basis. They may be your best friend, your cousin, your neighbor or co-worker," says Picon. "During this pandemic, they’ve assumed even more tasks and duties with full time caregiving, home schooling and managing the challenging behavioral issues of their children."

Family and friends can apply these easy tips to make a huge difference in the lives of special needs parents throughout the year:

1. Keep in touch and be supportive. Special needs parents often feel alone and isolated, so it's really beneficial to let them know you're there, if they need you. With the pandemic, a majority of families are feeling even more isolated and anxious. Many parents are worried about the long term effects of the pandemic on their children including regression of hard-won skills. Text, email or call to just say "Hello". You can also use Skype, FaceTime and other social media platforms to stay in touch and lend support.

2. Listen without judgement. Allow special needs parents to vent, cry and blow off some steam. No one expects you to solve their problems or provide solutions. A friendly face or supportive voice on the other end of the telephone works perfectly.

3. Help with everyday tasks. These days, there are long lines everywhere you go. It’s common to spend one to two hours waiting to enter essential businesses like supermarkets, banks or pharmacies. Many parents aren’t comfortable bringing their children out of the house for fear of a meltdown or possible virus exposure. Others can’t leave their special needs child alone at home while running essential errands. If possible, offer to shop for some groceries for these families while you do your own shopping. It'll save parents much needed time and energy.

4. Send a meal. A pizza pie, box of chicken or any take-out meal from local restaurants can make everyone feel good and valued. Not only would you be helping these families, you would also be supporting local businesses who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. Many restaurants are now providing free delivery services.

The public can also support special needs families in various ways:

5. Express your support. Donations to local and national autism organizations are always welcome and appreciated. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, many fundraising events such as autism walks, have been cancelled or postponed. These organizations need the public’s help more than ever to support special needs individuals, families and the autism community. You can also purchase goods and services that contribute to autism-related causes.

6. Increase public awareness. This is a perfect time to learn more about autism and other disabilities. Watch a TV news report, read an article or go online to gain a better understanding of these conditions. Start a conversation with a friend or family member.

Your Autism Coach, LLC provides personalized guidance, comprehensive support programs and seminars that address the concerns of special needs parents. 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 2018 “Top Parental Advice Writer” and 2015 “Top Life Coach Writer” Awards from Autism Parenting Magazine.

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Monica Nicoll of Resilience Counseling & Training Center to be Featured on Close Up Radio

NORTH CONWAY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNITED STATES, April 17, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — We go through a lot in our lives, relationship break ups, the grief of losing a loved one, illness, stress, and other traumatizing life events and our childhoods that set our unique pathway of suffering or towards resilience. When we are able to eventually bounce back, and genuinely recover from setbacks not allowing it to crush our spirit, this is resiliency. Being resilient improves our ability to deal with life’s difficulties, remain calm and rational, and discover successful solutions for a joyful more well adapted life.

Monica A. Nicoll is a top-notch Counselor for over 30 years and owner of the Resilience Counseling and Training Center treating children and adolescents as well as adults, Marital/Couples and Family Counseling, and author of Key to Chivalry and Key to Calm.

“When you are able to bounce back and overcome adversity, to acknowledge that healthier internal voice within you, that’s key to building resiliency and resiliency is the core for living a more fulfilling, happier life,” says Monica. “It becomes easier for us to set positive goals rather than hide or go into isolation.” There is a solution to everything. Our internalized voice has been filled with software and can be limiting. The goal in resilience therapy is to reset to a belief in ourselves and find productive life fulfilling solutions.

When clients enter Monica’s office they are affably greeted not only by soothing music and plush comfy couches, but by her delightfully adorable pooch Shelby who gives doggy kisses and tremendous comfort to clients, especially the children. Monica’s strong heartfelt connection with young people gives them a sense of belonging and comfort.

“I bring my clients from discouragement and despair to building a strong foundation for individual, marital and family life,” says Monica. “I encourage them to authentically get to know themselves, believe in themselves, and how they can contribute fruitfully to each other and society.”

Monica says you can only move forward when you listen to your positive, internal voice and that’s the resilience factor. And when people are able to work through life’s problems and become stronger they come back to a loving place more rapidly and freely with a general sense of balanced well-being. For the couples she counsels, resilience is key to loving one another and bouncing back together by not holding on to anger.

Monica’s parenting books and children’s fairy tales, Key to Chivalry and Key to Calm provide parents with practical tools and solutions to help young people develop emotional and social intelligence while reading to them.

“When I work with families I remind them how we are human and are expected to make mistakes, and how challenges are part of life,” says Monica. “So many people feel discouraged, have self -fulfilling prophecies and we want to get beyond that and give them the ability to find solutions and never give up even when we face dark times and family crisis.”

Continually developing ways to mentor and teach others is Monica’s purpose and passion. She provides international training, teaches at Plymouth State University, and holds workshops that are really a way to touch people’s lives and teach them to inspire others by being role models.

Monica also recommends healthy ways to naturally heal from stress that can cause us to become physically ill and an emotional wreck. Whether it’s yoga, meditation, journaling, running, exercise do what brings you peace and makes you authentically happy.

“I wholeheartedly believe in the notion that we can spread love if each one of us contribute,” says Monica. “We can find our dreams and don’t let that internalized voice ever hold us back from reaching for the stars. Bring that resilience and allow yourself to develop growth and you can full and you can fully live the life of your dreams.”

Close Up Radio will feature Monica Nicoll in an interview with Jim Masters on Tuesday April 21st at 2 p.m. EST.

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Erasing Family Documentary About Child Custody After Divorce Premiers April 25th on Vimeo On Demand Special Screening

Erasing Family Documentary will be premiering the film online on Saturday, April 25th to coincide with Parental Alienation Awareness Day.

Erasing Family Documentary will be premiering the film online on Saturday, April 25th to coincide with Parental Alienation Awareness Day.

It took years for the filmmakers to find young adults willing to go on camera to tell their stories as many did not want to talk about being brainwashed to hate a parent after divorce, due to shame.

It took years for the filmmakers to find young adults willing to go on camera to tell their stories as many did not want to talk about being brainwashed to hate a parent after divorce, due to shame.

A special phone number for those who might need emotional support after watching the film has been set up. The number to text between 8:00 am and 10:00 pm (EST) is (865) 4-FAMILY (865-432-6459).

A special phone number for those who might need emotional support after watching the film has been set up. The number to text between 8:00 am and 10:00 pm (EST) is (865) 4-FAMILY (865-432-6459).

Erasing Family starts its Exclusive Screenings through Vimeo on Demand on April 25th, 2020 with a Q&A with Director Ginger Gentile at 8pm EST on www.facebook.com/erasingfamily.

Erasing Family starts its Exclusive Screenings through Vimeo on Demand on April 25th, 2020 with a Q&A with Director Ginger Gentile at 8pm EST on www.facebook.com/erasingfamily.

Ginger Gentile rose to prominence in Argentina with her activism & previous feature directing credits Erasing Dad (Borrando a Papá) and Goals for Girls (Mujeres con Pelotas); for her work in reuniting families, Gentile was named an Architect of Change by Maria Shriver.

Ginger Gentile rose to prominence in Argentina with her activism & previous feature directing credits Erasing Dad (Borrando a Papá) and Goals for Girls (Mujeres con Pelotas); for her work in reuniting families, Gentile was named an Architect of Change by Maria Shriver.

COVID-19 pandemic has created isolation from loved ones; a reality too familiar to families erased by the divorce courts.

Erasing Family brought me to tears as Ginger Gentile's brilliant production looks through the eyes, hearts and words of children as their childhood is erased, as one of their parents is erased.”

— Dr. Warren Farrell, co-author (with John Gray) of The Boy Crisis.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, April 16, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Activist filmmaker Ginger Gentile’s groundbreaking documentary Erasing Family premiered in the middle of a sold-out screening tour just as the Coronavirus pandemic began in the U.S. Based on the immense success of its tour, Gentile will be premiering the film online on Saturday, April 25th to coincide with Parental Alienation Awareness Day.

“We were in the middle of a sold-out community screening tour with over 25 cities when the Coronavirus pandemic shut us all inside. Many are isolated from loved ones, missing holidays and not being able to visit in a hospital, a reality too familiar to families erased by the divorce courts,” said Gentile director of Erasing Family.

"Erasing Family the film documentary is even more essential in this dangerous and life-changing COVID-19 pandemic. The potential for alienating children from the non-custodial parent has increased tenfold. It is certainly time for our society and yes, parents, to come together for proper co-parenting to increase the mental wellness of our children," added Dr. Jeff Gardere, author and expert better known as “America's Psychologist”.

“The film has one of the largest organic audiences, as half of all families go through divorce and over 25 million parents in North America report being erased from their children," said Gentile. Similar subject matter propelled the 2019 movie A Marriage Story to an Oscar-nomination, but Erasing Family features real people with their actual, very personal and at times gut-wrenching stories.

The film follows young adults fighting to reunite with their broken families. It took years for the filmmakers to find young adults willing to go on camera to tell their stories as many did not want to talk about being brainwashed to hate a parent after a divorce, due to shame. Family courts are often overwhelmed with cases, and few protocols exist to help these families, forcing them to fight for custody instead of helping them to be co-parents. Yet there is a happy ending as these broken families are being reunited on screen, which will inspire other children to reach out to their own erased parents. It also highlights how showing the reforms to make separation of the parents healthier is urgently needed.

"Joint Custody is still not the norm, and many bar associations oppose making it the default option as there is a lot of money to be made in custody battles," said Gentile. "Right now, only one state, Kentucky, has such a law passed in 2018."

Ginger rose to prominence in Argentina with her activism and previous feature directing credits Erasing Dad (Borrando a Papá) and Goals for Girls (Mujeres con Pelotas). For her work in reuniting families, Gentile was named an Architect of Change by Maria Shriver.

The film has over 26,000 followers on its Facebook page as “erased” parents see this film as their last hope to communicate with their children. More than 300 backers raised over $450,000.00 in crowd-funding to finance the film, and their heartfelt messages to their estranged children are seen in the end credits.

A special phone number for those who might need emotional support after watching the film has been set up. The number to text between 8:00 am and 10:00 pm (EST) is (865) 4-FAMILY (865-432-6459).

“Erasing Family brought me to tears as Ginger Gentile's brilliant production looks through the eyes, hearts, and words of children as their childhood is erased, as one of their parents is erased. This film wisely refrains from taking sides but leaves us with the indelible impression that if we don't wish to leave a child behind, we need to not leave a parent behind,” quoted Dr. Warren Farrell, co-author (with John Gray) of The Boy Crisis.

Gentile met President & Co-Owner of Glass House Distribution, Tom Malloy, through a Father’s rights group on Facebook. After screening the film, Glass House immediately made a deal to sell the film worldwide.

“A film like this is so important because it doesn’t favor one side or the other but focuses on the damage inflicted on children from misguided egos of parents and calls for social change. We knew we had to do our best to get this film out into the world,” says Malloy.

Erasing Family starts its Exclusive Screenings through Vimeo on Demand on April 25th, 2020 with a Q&A with Director Ginger Gentile at 8 pm EST on www.facebook.com/erasingfamily. Tickets are available at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/erasingfamily. The film will be released to VOD platforms everywhere, including Amazon, Tubi, and YouTube this upcoming summer.

More information including resources to help families can be found at www.erasingfamily.org. Follow Erasing Family on social media on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @ErasingFamily.

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Handling The Emotional Struggles Of Parenting, Now During The COVID-19 Crisis: A New Article Collection From Supportiv

Parenting During Covid-19

Parenting During Covid-19 // Image by Alexander Dummer

Supportiv’s new collection of articles provides tips and how-to’s for adjusting to relentless parenting challenges, especially in the face of a global pandemic.

It’s hard to find confidence in your abilities as a parent when society is facing a giant, unpredictable threat.”

— Helena Plater-Zyberk

BERKELEY, CA, USA, April 16, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Supportiv, the peer support network, has published a fresh collection of articles, providing tactical suggestions for day-to-day emotional challenges of parenting, a particularly poignant topic during shelter-in-place. Supportiv supplements articles and tips by matching users into real-time, topic-specific peer groups for anonymous support for whatever’s on your mind – from family pressures or loneliness, to anxiety, depression or stress relief.

Pre-COVID, parenting was already a uniquely demanding 24/7, 365 job. But now, the role has become even more all-encompassing and overwhelming.

“Parenting instills a sense of emotional responsibility toward children all the time, but that responsibility feels especially heavy right now. It’s hard to find confidence in your abilities as a parent when society is facing a giant, unpredictable threat. We can’t control what’s happening in the world, and we can’t even control the chaos of kids stuck in the house. But we can tackle emotional issues in effective ways. That’s what this new article collection addresses,” says Supportiv co-founder Helena Plater-Zyberk.

The new Supportiv collection includes articles on parenting struggles which have always existed, but whose solutions are much more pressing in the face of a global pandemic:

Teaching Your Child Self-Advocacy Skills
Why Setting Boundaries With Your Kids Is Worth It–Here’s How
Why Is My Teen So Mean To Me?
How To (Not) React When Your Kid Pushes Your Buttons
My Child Has No Friends. What Do I Do?
How To Talk To Your Kids About Your Mental Health
How COVID-19 Shows Us To Bond With Our Families
Lonely Empty Nesters: Adjusting To Me-Time

Pouria Mojabi, Supportiv co-founder, speaks more to the societal changes impacting parents without respite:

“All types of families are impacted by COVID-related changes. Parents working from home have to concentrate and find balance to perform their jobs while taking over the role of teacher, entertainer, and IT person. Parents risking their own safety in essential professions must now scramble to find affordable childcare (while worrying about bringing the virus home). Parents who have lost their jobs due to the economy must figure out how to support the family while attending to their kids. COVID-19 has placed superhuman expectations on parents in all situations.”

Find topics that speak to your personal experience at supportiv.com/parenting, with new content and new peers to connect with on each visit.

Supportiv has already enabled over 300,000 users to feel less lonely, anxious, stressed, misunderstood, and hopeless through its moderator-guided chats with AI-driven content and resource recommendations. The peer support network is available instantly, and free for your first 24 hours, at www.supportiv.com.

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New $3 E-Book Offers Practical Work From Home (WFH) Tips and Game-changing tools for leaders and parents

FAST READ BOOKS Launches new publishing imprint with timely book for everyone. Learn how to manage stress, practice resilience, lead virtually, improve sleep.

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — With over a billion people worldwide working from home during the Covid-19 global pandemic, both companies and employees are navigating a new reality and looking for help to thrive now and beyond.

A new book, WFH: Working From Home: A Thrival Guide For Challenging Times offers game-changing tips and tools to help leaders and individuals thrive during this difficult time of sudden change, set up a home office, manage stress, practice resilience, manage your brand/reputation and effectively lead virtual teams. The book also gives holistic advice to help with sleep, self care and parenting.

WFH: Working From Home: A Thrival Guide For Challenging Times is a $3 e-book and $5 paperback written by Linda Newlin, MCC and published by Fast Read Books, a subsidiary of Luna Madre Publishing.. All Fast Read books are priced at less than $5 and are designed to be read in around an hour.

Newlin has worked with thousands of leaders and their teams in global organizations over the past 30 years to increase their leadership skills, shift cultures, enhance emotional intelligence and build high performing teams. “This book is filled with scientifically-proven methodologies and tools that can help people develop new habits and practices that will sustain them now and into the future,” adds Newlin. “I want to help people move away from the negative mindset of what this is doing to you, and shift to consider what this might DO FOR YOU? This global experience of working from home is ripe with opportunity. What if you got more sleep? What if you finished all the guilt and should lists haunting you? What if you practiced radical self-care?”

WFH: Working From Home: A Thrival Guide For Challenging Times features:

• Steps to Shift Mindset and Focus
• The Power of Validation
• The Neuroscience of Stress
• Resilience Practices
• How to Effectively Lead and Develop Your Team Remotely
• Home Office Set Up and Efficiencies
• Creative and Resourceful Parenting

About Linda Newlin, MCC

Linda is a Master Certified Coach, consultant, facilitator, HR strategic partner, speaker and singer/songwriter with more than 30 years’ experience in human resources, career management, recruiting, leadership and team development. She has worked with companies such as 3M, Microsoft, Merrill Lynch, Booz Allen, Genentech/Roche, T. Rowe Price, PacifiCare Health Systems, Blue Cross, Comp USA, Hallmark, PWC and other Fortune 100 companies globally. She was also a coach and teacher for the Hoffman Institute and co-created the Inner Work of Leaders course while on faculty. www.Cultivate.Solutions

Newlin’s other books include Drop It: A Coach’s Secret to Productivity Presence and Possibility (2015) and a series of books and validation journals for children and teens: Growing Up Whole: A Child's GuideBook.

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