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Stories: Happy Brain with Loretta Breuning

Do you or someone you know deal with a addiction and not sure why or how it started or wondered why runners run and what makes a runner high. Well this episode is a very interesting one. I talk wtih Loretta Breuning of the Inner Mammal Institute.

We talk what makes a addition an addiction, we talk about runners high and we talk abit about the brain and we also get to know her her.

So sit back, relax and grab your favorite beverage…

Stories Anxiety and ASD Edition

Are you someone who deals with anxiety or know someone. Well todays show is a interesting one. I talk with Alec Baynes from Anxiously Yours. He is a podcaster who deals with ASD and anxiety and we talk about he deals with that and his ASD at the same time. We learn a lot about him and maybe a little more.

This is going to be a very interested show.

So sit back, realx and grab your favorite beverage.

What Do I Do Now: Middle School Ep. 2

Gina Mitchell, teacher of 8th graders for 17 years and mom to Sam Mitchell, Autism Rocks and Rolls podcaster, talks to Ms. Karen White, a middle school special education teacher for over 25 years. This is the second episode in the trio of “What Do I Do Know: Middle School.” The conversation goes in a different direction because this information pertains to the middle school parent whose child has been diagnosed with autism. Mrs. White talks about what to do if a child is diagnosed late in the game, what questions to ask, how to work as a team, and that help is truly out there in the public education school system.

What Do I Do Now: Elementary Ep. 1

Gina Mitchell, teacher of 8th graders for 17 years and mom to Sam Mitchell, Autism Rocks and Rolls podcaster, talks to Ms. Keisha Blais, an elementary special education teacher for 20 years. The educators jump into the topics of, when an elementary school child is diagnosed with autism or other PDD disorders, what should be done now? The conversation turns to steps to take within the school system, who to talk to, what an IEP meeting looks like, and what kinds of questions might be asked.

Mother, Teacher, Advocate: Answering Questions about Autism

Join in and listen to an amazing conversation between Kristin and Gina Mitchell, the mother of Sam Mitchell who is the host of Autism Rocks and Rolls. Kristin and Gina discuss the various differences between raising a child who is on the spectrum, while at the same time appreciating all the wonderful things that come from those same differences. Gina’s history as a teacher has given her an upper hand when dealing with the red tape that comes from having a child on the spectrum at times. At the same time, it’s also allowed her to become Sam’s biggest advocate. Here she shares what she is an expert in…their own personal story.

Gina Mitchell is Sam Mitchell’s mom. Sam Mitchell is the creator and host of the podcast Autism Rocks and Rolls and the CEO of the Non-Profit Autism Rocks and Rolls. Gina has been Sam’s #1 fan well, really since birth, but especially since Sam has spread his wings and shown the world what he’s got. She is currently a teacher of 8th-grade students and has a bachelor’s degree in English/Social Studies Education, a Master’s degree in Education, and a Gifted and Talented Education degree. Gina has been a teacher for 17-years and still is. However, her second job is working at Autism Rocks and Rolls with Sam. Here, she works in marketing, networking, writing, editing, producing, and really, just doing a lot behind the scenes. When Sam’s life mission became helping others, it became hers too. Her favorite pastimes are listening to crime and detective podcasts, music and crazy dancing with her family and students, leisurely swimming, reading books, building Websites, traveling, meeting new people, playing with her dogs, and shopping for bargains.

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Stories Rock & Roll Edition

In this legendary episode of Stories. i sit down and get to know a muscian, Cody Lee. This is a guy who picked up and moved from Boston to Champiagn, IL to Chicago. Played with some of the most legenday people and even played at some of the most legendary places like CBGB.

So sit back and take a listen a I dive into the life of a music legend. We will find out why the move and much more and we talk abit about wher his love of music came from and where he sees himself in the future.

We get into the questions and see where than see where he plans to be in futures time.

Cody Lee is a legendary player who has played with such people as: Peter Green. He also was a roadie for Osibisa with fellow Green acolyte Snowy White, later in life he got the oppertunity to jam with another legendary rocker, Mississippi Fred McDowell. 

Cody started out in Boston and wound up here in my hometown Chicago.  He is definately one of the greats and it was a honor to sit down with this legendary bassist and see what makes his mind tick.

You can find out more about Cody and listen to his music in the link below

https://codyleesongs.com/home

New to MHNR Network!  Introducing Inside the Aspergers Studio!

Meet Reid Miles, a writer, a traveler and a lover of life, brings his podcast Inside the Aspergers Studio to Mental Health News Radio Network.

“I’ve always felt like a storyteller, but it takes time to learn what your words have to offer. I want to be a beacon of hope, a light at the end of the dark tunnel to let others know that I want to be here to be your guiding light.” – Reid Miles

Reid Miles is the host of Inside the Aspergers Studio a podcast that he began to help support his blog Aspergers Studio, began in 2018.  Reid decided he wanted to reach more people after beginning his blog, and began his voyage into podcasting.  He has since pulled in three different podcast themes within his podcast Inside the Aspergers Studio.

  • Inside the Aspergers Studio – the main show episodes

  • The Reiding Room – these are episodes in which Reid talks about subjects that he wants to share his thoughts on

  • Stories – these episodes are where Reid gets to know different people and allows them to tell their story.

Reid’s goals within all of his podcast episodes are to focus on honesty, the meaning  of the topic, connection, community, and often even some of the more difficult aspects of life.  He uses his podcast to help others like him get through the day.  He makes an effort to ensure that his listeners not only don’t feel alone, but also that they may pick up some pointers to assist them in similar situations.

About Mental Health News Radio Network

Mental Health News Radio Network hosts over 70 podcasts dedicated to all aspects of mental health. It is the world’s first and largest podcast network dedicated to all things mental health.

About Reid Miles

Reid Miles, diagnosed with both ADHD and later in life, High-functioning Autism, is the founder of the Aspergers Studio blog, and the founder and host of his podcast, Inside the Aspergers Studio.  He began his blog at 47 years old in 2018 feeling the need to share his adventures and advice with others who are similar and in some of the same situations as he has been.  He has since voyaged even further into podcasting to reach more of an audience.  Reid has obtained a Bachelor’s degree online and has furthered his education with a Post Graduate Certification which he received while traveling abroad.

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My Sister is Autistic and I Have Questions!

Join Reid Miles of The Asbergers Studio and his guest Cesi who has a sister on the spectrum. Reid does his best to answer her questions so she can improve their relationship and better understand her sister!

You can hear more of Reid Miles on Inside the Aspergers Studio here:
https://www.mentalhealthnewsradionetwork.com/our-shows/inside-the-aspergers-studio/
Reid’s blog is available on his website here:
https://aspergersstudio.com/

Season 2 Episode 10: Suicide Prevention & Comedy with Frank King

In today’s show, I sit down and have a chat with one funny guy, Frank King. We talk about how he got to where he is today, talking about trying to help those who feel their lives aren’t worth a lot. 

He gives us a peak into his life and how knew he was destined to be a comedian, started when he was in grammar school. He also talks about how he plan to build himself up again to get back into body building. He even showed me a picture of himself at 64 all muscled up. 

He talks about how he was in a snow storm and his car was having a problem and that three thoughts were going through his head “I can either repair, get a new car, or kill himself” Well we know the outcome.  He is now going around using his humor trying to help those who are going through the same thing he was. 

He is incredibly funny, we laughed so much. through the show. He says his favorite word is FUCK, and says “Come on, I am a comedian”

He talks about Chronic Sucide Idleation. and talks about his best compliment was when Johnthan Winters says he was funny when everyone else in the crowd thought he was funny.

Talks about how Leno was a great person to work for.  He has done numerous Ted Talks and is just one hell of a funny guy.

You can find out about him at the link below.

Frank King Suicide Prevention Speaker

Season 2 Episode 8: ADHD Edition

On this very special episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio, I talk to Dr. Ned Hallowell. We learn about him and how he manages his own ADHD.

He answers questions like, is ADHD and Low Self Esteem related to one another. He talks about how if you poor performance in life and know it that relates to yourself esteem. We talk about what he tribuets his success too and answers some quetions about memory and himself and also gives advice on focus and most important answers the question of is there a difference between adult and youth ADHD.

This was one facinating show with lots of facinating facts.

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