Join Jeanie Cisco Meth and host Aaron Huey as they talk about bullying in today’s culture.
When Jeanie was a young girl, everyone knew she was different. When she got into school, the labeling began. She had so many learning disabilities and physical differences she stood out. She had dyslexia, she couldn’t talk very well, she was legally blind, by the eighth grade she was six feet tall, she was a cancer survivor, and the list goes on. She was told she would never amount to much. She remembers sitting in the classroom with her parents and her teachers listening to the discussion about her dismal future. Jeanie and her parents had different ideas. Delbert and Martha, Jeanie’s parents, did not spend so much time, money, emotional stress battling childhood cancer with her just to give up now. They knew she would find a way.
When Jeanie got into high school she decided she was not going to let someone else tell her how her future would go. She sought out the tools that helped her graduate high school then she went on to college. She was the first in her family to graduate from a four-year university.
Jeanie used her learning patterns to help others become successful as well. She went on to become a high school teacher and helped many students find their true path in life. When a fellow teacher asked her to teach what she had learned about helping students, Jeanie designed courses to do just that. Jeanie then decided to take what she is teaching and make it available to a larger audience. One of her main courses is called Bully Proofing You: Taming the Bully Between Your Ears.
She has found success or a lesson in everything she has ever tried to do and accomplish. She loves teaching people who want to improve and make a difference in and with their lives. Jeanie is the majority owner in two very successful businesses and teaches people from all walks of life how to create the life they desire. Her passion and enthusiasm will have you filled with excitement while you learn how to create your own incredible life.
Recovered addicts can make the BEST mentors for the youth who struggle with drugs. Why?
Aaron and Nate discuss how parents can find help to get their kids from addiction to mentorship.
Nate Wilson is from Woodland Park, Colorado about 30 mins west of Colorado Springs. Nate is a personal trainer and health coach and soon to be author. Nate has been clean off of meth and heroin for 9 years now and quit drinking for about 2 1/2 years now.
He blogs on his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fitnessandaddictionrecovery
Host of Beyond Risk and Back podcast and founder of Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Center, Aaron Huey, speaks to parents at a middle school about how to help their kids with anxiety. It’s hard to teach a child anything without modeling it themselves. What kids learn from their parents is what they do and what they don’t do. You as a parent have to take a look at your own life. Working through your kid’s anxiety with them helps them process the feelings, develop endurance, and not feel so alone.
In Which Way?… Mother and daughter tell parallel stories about trauma and its impact on the generations that follow. Jann Simmons’ story is a heart-wrenching account of an orphaned child who suffered brutality at the hands of her mother, as well as many others. As an adult, Jann’s mind was closed to the horrors of her abuse, betrayal, and abandonment until the day they all came flooding back to her conscious mind. That awareness began a 40-year transformation from a passive victim to resilient warrior.
As a young teen, Shari struggled to make sense of her mother’s pain, but as a career mental-health therapist, she began to understand her mother’s journey and learn how trauma affects the brain. She offers strategies in this book for those suffering from past or present trauma or for those who love someone who is suffering. Both women tell their stories and drive home the fact that the choices we make can lead to self-hatred and resentment or to a life of courage, healing and beauty.
Which Way? is an unforgettable story of love and transformation that will resonate with mothers, daughters, trauma survivors, those who love them and those who’ve made a career out of helping them heal.
A 150 BILLION dollar a year industry, Human Trafficking has silently become one of the biggest crimes in the world.
Aaron interviews Detective Aoki and Detective Heule from Colorado Springs Police Department’s Human Trafficking Division to help listeners understand how this is happening in our backyards and what we can do to help put a stop to it.