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Headlined Show, Responder Resilience March 27, 2024

Join us in this unprecedented behind-the-badge episode as we focus on the heartbreak of infidelity with law enforcement veteran, author, and coach John Kelly. We investigate betrayal, affairs and rebuilding shattered trust in first responder marriages. John brings a wealth of knowledge on smashing the cycle of self-destruction and maintaining healthy relationships in high-stress first responder professions.

In this candid conversation, we explore early signs of trouble in marriages, and the addiction to adrenaline-inducing behaviors like infidelity. Discover practical steps to enhance communication with loved ones, the importance of a support network of friends and colleagues during tough times, and the essential steps of making amends, seeking forgiveness, and rebuilding trust post-betrayal.

Don't miss this enlightening episode with John Kelly, a beacon of wisdom and hope for those seeking redemption and renewal in the face of broken relationships.

This episode is made possible by R.E. Lawlor Graphics and Printing, where raising money has never been so easy. Call 203-748-4144 or visit https://relawlor.com

👁️‍🗨️ Premieres Weds. March 27 at 7pm ET— ⫸ Watch replays anytime thereafter
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Headlined Show, The Sports Doctor March 27, 2024

Dr. Denise McDermott, Holistic Adult & Child Psychiatrist, Podcaster & Contributor to my book #HeySportsParents returns along with Christine Blanchette, Host, Producer of British Columbia’s ‘Run With It’ & other TV shows. Then, it’s 'The Sport Doctor Is In' with some Bob Gajda wisdom and your questions and emails!

Headlined Show, Financial Fitness with The Money Doctor March 24, 2024

Guaranteed 8% plus income is on sale right now. Learn if this 30% bonus strategy could be right for you! Ben Braverman from SMS joins The Money Doctor once again to give you the behind the scenes scoop!

Headlined Show, Shadow Politics March 24, 2024

Guest Dorie Ladner - A REBROADCAST OF AN APRIL 2021 INTERVIEW.

I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Ms. Dorie Ladner on Shadow Politics nearly three years ago. To honor Ladner's memory, we will replay that interview next Sunday. Dorie was a very special lady on a very important mission of integration and voting rights. Tune in to listen to this interesting discussion where Dorie shared her historic perspective and the wisdom of her years of experience in the Civil Rights Movement.

Headlined Show, Responder Resilience March 20, 2024

Ready to take your career to the next level and achieve that long-awaited promotion?  We welcome Al Pratts, Deputy Chief and Chief of Special Operations at North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue and delve deep into the intricate relationship between the first responder promotional process and mental health. Learn valuable insights on preparing for the promotional process and discover challenges faced by responders before and after being promoted, shedding light on how leaders play a pivotal role in shaping the well-being of their subordinates.

We navigate the emotional landscape of leadership, discussing how the increasing responsibilities that come with climbing the ranks impact one's emotional well-being. Don't miss out on this thought-provoking episode that promises to offer a fresh perspective on a crucial aspect of first responder dynamics.

This episode is made possible by R.E. Lawlor Graphics and Printing, where raising money has never been so easy. Call 203-748-4144 or visit https://relawlor.com

Responder Resilience Guest, Chris Moore April 03, 2024 Fire Captain, Author, Speaker, Advocate

Chris Moore is a Captain with the Chesapeake Virginia Fire Department with over 30 years as a first responder and he is also a national touring speaker. Chris Moore is the son of a Norfolk, Virginia Police Officer and began his own public safety career in Virginia Beach, Virginia as a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT in 1993. As a volunteer, he put in as many hours as possible, picking the brains of the career members and soaking it all in, in hope of one day becoming a career firefighter. In 2000 Chris' dream became a reality as he was offered a job with the Chesapeake Virginia Fire Department as a firefighter paramedic. Chris has served in a variety of assignments including Firefighter Paramedic, Field Training Officer, Recruit School Instructor, MDA Fill the Boot coordinator, Foam Team, PPE Team, Fire Lieutenant and he currently serves as a Captain and a key member of his Departments Behavioral Health and Peer Support Team. Chris has served all over the diverse city of Chesapeake, by providing responsive and caring service to protect and improve the quality of life of others. He has also deployed on various task forces for aid in his home state of Virginia and deployed to Louisiana after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Chris has received numerous awards and commendations for his selflessness, bravery, commitment and dedication to the fire service. He most recently received the Fire Chiefs Medal of Commendation for his personal work and vulnerability in the field of first responder mental health and wellness. Chris was formally diagnosed with post-traumatic stress related to his years of service in 2018. In 2020 he decided that helping other first responders by sharing his journey in a completely open, honest and transparent format was another way of giving back and he started speaking at conferences and symposiums across the country. This let other first responders know that there is help out there as well as hope. He received his PTSD service dog, Lewis, in the summer of 2020. He is also a published writer in Fire Engineering Magazine, has been on numerous podcasts and news stories and is in the renowned documentary PTSD 911. Chris is also an alumnus of Save a Warrior. Chris is a dedicated advocate for awareness, prevention, education, training on Post Traumatic Stress and First Responder Suicide Prevention. Chris continues to candidly share his journey with PTS and speak to, not just fire but all public safety agencies across the United States, with the hope of ending the stigma behind mental health in the public safety community.

The Sports Doctor Guest, Dr Cathy Subber April 03, 2024 Chiroropractic Physician, Owner of Naperville’s Advanced Care & Founder of Branch Moms.

Since the opening of Advanced Health of Naperville (AHN) in 1999, Dr. Cathy has helped patients of all ages and types of symptoms reach their optimal health. She is a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and one of the first doctors in the U.S. trained in cranio fascial dynamics and cranial treatment.

Her appreciation for and interest in chiropractic care came from being a patient herself. Following a springboard diving injury at age 17, she struggled to do daily activities without pain and sometimes couldn’t get out of bed. Traditional treatments were ineffective and by chance, someone asked if she had ever seen a chiropractor. After a few adjustments, her back issues were 95% better and her daily headaches, which she had since she was 13, were gone. Making chiropractic care a career choice was an easy decision.

After 24 years as a practitioner, Dr. Cathy transitioned to overseeing the practice in spring of 2022. Her focus is on ensuring AHN’s team of doctors, therapists and staff maintain the practice’s reputation of being a welcoming and happy place where patients receive the care they need to heal.

She’ll also be devoting more time to running The Branch and Socket. The Branch is a moms’ community with more than 55,000 members. It offers online connections, local events, networking groups, information sharing, opportunities to volunteer, and a place to call home. Socket is a weekly podcast hosted by Dr. Cathy on which she and her guests cover a variety of life and self-care topics that invite listeners to plug into gratitude, confidence, and happiness and unplug from the people and things that no longer serve them.

The Sports Doctor Guest, Mary Mitchell April 03, 2024 Chicago Sun Times Award-Winning Journalist & Senior Advocate

Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mary A. Mitchell was born Mary A. Duncan on May 23, 1949, in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Mitchell’s mother, Carrie Williams Duncan, and father, Joseph Duncan, struggled to raise ten children in Chicago Public Housing’s Dearborn Homes and Clarence Darrow Homes. Mitchell, the eldest and a twin loved to read as she helped raise her siblings. Mitchell attended Einstein Elementary School and Wendell Phillips Upper Grade Center. At Dunbar Vocational High School, Mitchell joined a girls group called the Exquisite Ladies Club, which put emphasis on good grades, not having babies and service. Graduating from Dunbar in 1967, Mitchell was hired by Peoples Gas as a mailroom clerk. Starting at Wilson Junior College in 1968, Mitchell transferred to Chicago Teacher’s College (Chicago State University) that same year. 

Mitchell became the first African American legal secretary at a major Chicago law firm, Seyfarth Shaw, LLP; she eventually quit her job as a secretary after twenty years of service. Taking writing courses at Columbia College and encouraged by Carol Holtz and P.J. Bednarski, Mitchell landed a successful internship with the Chicago Sun-Times in 1990. Graduating with her B.A. degree in journalism from Columbia College in 1991, Mitchell was hired full time by the Chicago Sun-Times. Covering educational issues, Mitchell’s five part series on Chicago Vocational High School earned her an award from the National Association of Black Journalists. From 1993 to 1995, Mitchell covered City Hall reporting on Operation Silver Shovel. Since the start of her column in 1996, Mitchell, like Carl Rowan and Vernon Jarrett before her, has attracted a large and diverse readership. Mitchell also cultivated a substantial national following via the Internet, receiving an average of 900 e-mails per week from readers. 

Mitchell was the recipient of numerous journalism awards, including the Award of Excellence from the National Association of Black Journalists, the Studs Terkel Award from the Chicago Media Workshop, and the Peter Lisagor Award from the Chicago Headliner Club. Mitchell was a frequent guest panelist on television and radio programs; a president of the Chicago Association of Black Journalists; and a member of the Association of Women Journalists.

Financial Fitness with The Money Doctor Guest, John Sosville March 31, 2024

Shadow Politics Guest, Senator Joseph Lieberman March 31, 2024 United States Senator and Attorney General of the State of Connecticut

UNITED STATES SENATOR JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN

Senator Joseph Lieberman served in the U.S. Senate for 24 years. Lieberman was chairman of the powerful Homeland Security & Government Affairs Committee. In 2000, he was the Democratic Party's vice presidential nominee and ran on a ticket with Al Gore in one of the closest elections in America's history. Prior to taking office in Congress, he served as the attorney general in the state of Connecticut and as leader of the Connecticut State Senate. During his tenure, Senator Lieberman helped shape legislation in virtually every major area of public policy including national and homeland security, foreign policy, fiscal policy, environmental protection, human rights, health care, trade, energy, cyber security and taxes.

Sen. Lieberman was a champion of DC statehood and introduced the New Columbia Admission Act in the Senate to provide statehood to the citizens of the District of Columbia. As well as introducing the bill, he advocated for it and is still a strong supporter of our efforts to become the 51st state.  He is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions. In 2015, he received the Winston Churchill National Leadership Award. In addition to practicing law, Senator Lieberman is honorary national founding chair of No Labels, an American political organization composed of Republicans, Democrats and Independents whose mission is to “usher in a new era of focused problem solving in American politics.”

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