Motherhood Talk Radio Welcomes Susan Haid, Creator of the Peace Out Project

Sandra Beck, Christy Holly, Motherhood Incorporated, Motherhood Talk Radio, Rick Swanson, Susan Haid, Lily's Truth, Helping Teen Girls,Toginet, ItunesSusan A. Haid, BSN, RN, MA  is an internationally recognized author and teacher of empowerment materials for adults and children.  She writes core, cutting-edge books, DVD’s and educational programs that facilitate the emergence of one’s full potential.  She places a special focus on empowering children, understanding that now is the time to bring forth fresh, new teachings to the world of children.  However, because there is a definitive, strongly infuential connection between adult and child, her materials are deeply empowering for adults and caregivers as well. She promotes the use of innate creative abilites as a path to one’s highest potential, allowing one’s natural visionary and imaginative attributes to unfold.

Her book & DVD series Lily’s Truth is beautifully illustrated by reknowed artist Craig L. Davis.  This special series is currently offered in a school-based setting via a colorful and lively theater format where kids can imagine, play and express themselves while learning core empowerment concepts to last a lifetime.  She has also recently introduced the Peace Out Project, an exciting, dynamic and engaging creativity-based peace promotion, bully prevention program.
Her various other works include Bloom, Smokin’ Hot Mama and The Gift.

Her newest initiative THE PEACE OUT PROJECT™: A hip, interactive, kid-friendly program that builds peaceful relationships through awareness, balance and creative expression.   The PEACE OUT PROJECT is designed not only to inspire but to create the platform for conflict resolution and positive change for kids, paretns, caregivers, teachers, schools, communities and beyond.

“I make learning as close to imaginative play as possible, and I aspire to tap into the creative genius and exceptional nature of every child!   You can be anyone you choose.  Do you dare?  Throw convention to the wind, don something magical and step in to a stunning reality of our own making.  Here, we create a magnificent moment in time together!  You will be forever inspired.”  ~ Susan A. Haid

Motherhood Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Christy Holly and Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.  Motherhood Talk Radio would like to thank our guest who have spoken with respect to motherhood on the following topics: women’s issues, parenting, relationship advice, personal growth, divorce, marriage, dating, weddings, relationships, health care, pet health, crafting, beading, relationship advice, cooking, family matters, care packages for soldiers, nutrition, child adoption, children with brain injuries, children’s advocacy, autism, cancer, eldercare issues, child care issues, personal growth and parenting issues.

Motherhood Talk Radio Welcomes Susan Haid, Creator of the Peace Out Project

Susan A. Haid, BSN, RN, MA

Susan is an internationally recognized author and teacher of empowerment materials for adults and children.  She writes core, cutting-edge books, DVD’s and educational programs that facilitate the emergence of one’s full potential.  She places a special focus on empowering children, understanding that now is the time to bring forth fresh, new teachings to the world of children.  However, because there is a definitive, strongly infuential connection between adult and child, her materials are deeply empowering for adults and caregivers as well. She promotes the use of innate creative abilites as a path to one’s highest potential, allowing one’s natural visionary and imaginative attributes to unfold.

Her book & DVD series Lily’s Truth is beautifully illustrated by reknowed artist Craig L. Davis.  This special series is currently offered in a school-based setting via a colorful and lively theater format where kids can imagine, play and express themselves while learning core empowerment concepts to last a lifetime.  She has also recently introduced the Peace Out Project, an exciting, dynamic and engaging creativity-based peace promotion, bully prevention program.
Her various other works include Bloom, Smokin’ Hot Mama and The Gift.

Her newest initiative THE PEACE OUT PROJECT™: A hip, interactive, kid-friendly program that builds peaceful relationships through awareness, balance and creative expression.   The PEACE OUT PROJECT is designed not only to inspire but to create the platform for conflict resolution and positive change for kids, paretns, caregivers, teachers, schools, communities and beyond.

“I make learning as close to imaginative play as possible, and I aspire to tap into the creative genius and exceptional nature of every child!   You can be anyone you choose.  Do you dare?  Throw convention to the wind, don something magical and step in to a stunning reality of our own making.  Here, we create a magnificent moment in time together!  You will be forever inspired.”  ~ Susan A. Haid

Motherhood Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Christy Holly and Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.  Motherhood Talk Radio would like to thank our guest who have spoken with respect to motherhood on the following topics: women’s issues, parenting, relationship advice, personal growth, divorce, marriage, dating, weddings, relationships, health care, pet health, crafting, beading, relationship advice, cooking, family matters, care packages for soldiers, nutrition, child adoption, children with brain injuries, children’s advocacy, autism, cancer, eldercare issues, child care issues, personal growth and parenting issues.

Motherhood Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck, Christy Holly and Rick Swanson present Tracey Costan of Best Belly, June 28

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Tracey first started taking belly dance classes in 1998 at Anisa’s School of Dance in Sherman Oaks. From the very beginning, she fell in love with music, the costumes and the dance itself. With no prior formal dance training she trudged along trying to keep up with all the dance moves and the timing  but after a few months, I got the hang of it and was taking up to 3 classes a week.

She eventually started performing in restaurants and bellydance events throughoutSouthern Californiawhile always taking dance workshops at UCLA and at the dance school by visiting professional dancers from around the world. She danced even through her pregnancies and eventually moved out to Acton 5 years ago and began teaching classes out of her home.

“I have been teaching enrichment classes at the local schools for 2 years now and enjoy teaching  this age group. I try to incorporate  a unique style of modern Egyptian, Arabic and Spanish dance moves into my choreographies. I like using a variety of music, dance moves and musicians for performances. My goal is to teach this very feminine, beautiful and difficult dance in a community that has never experienced this before,” Tracey shared recently.

Motherhood Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Christy Holly and Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.  Motherhood Talk Radio would like to thank our guest who have spoken with respect to motherhood on the following topics: women’s issues, parenting, relationship advice, personal growth, divorce, marriage, dating, weddings, relationships, health care, pet health, crafting, beading, relationship advice, cooking, family matters, care packages for soldiers, nutrition, child adoption, children with brain injuries, children’s advocacy, autism, cancer, eldercare issues, child care issues, personal growth and parenting issues.

Motherhood Talk Radio Presents Lisa Kamen, Harvesting Happiness – Aug. 31

Lisa Cypers Kamen, Lisa Kamen, Harvesting Happiness, H-Factor, H-Factor Where is Your Heart, Motherhood Talk Radio, Sandra BeckIndependent filmmaker Lisa Kamen produced the 10-minute short, “A Passage Through India—Diamonds in the Rough,” for her bachelor’s degree and used it successfully to raise funds for the Sulaxmi School for Girls in Lucknow, India, which her family now supports. While biking through Northern India, Kamen was struck by how, even in the presence of extreme poverty, the Indian people could express joy and genuine happiness. This is the genesis for Lisa’s master’s thesis in Spiritual Psychology—a documentary film she is co-creating with her nine year-old daughter, Kayla, who operates the camera. Together they explore the hypothesis that every person, regardless of socioeconomic level, age, ethnicity, career, health, or life circumstances, possesses happiness or the means to feel happy. Their endeavor to discover possibly universal keys to human happiness leads the duo on an entertaining, deeply touching documentary adventure.

Using the spontaneity of man-on-the-street style interviewing, Lisa and Kayla ask prospective interviewees to contribute their heartprint to a G-rated documentary film exploring the nature of happiness. Mother and daughter have logged hundreds of interviews to date, filming all kinds of people, each for about 60 seconds, responding to one question that elicits the essence of happiness and joy for that individual. These one-minute heartprint interviews have been filmed in diverse locales around India and in the United States including Central Park, Ground Zero, bus stations, homeless shelters, fire and police stations, schools for the deaf, independent living centers, jail, hospitals, houses of worship, a funeral home, people in commuter traffic, in lines, in labor, in escrow, and in debt—and the filming continues…

The film’s point of view is through the eyes of nine year-old Kayla. Her unique perspective—literally about four feet from the ground—means a low camera angle combines with high energy and humor. Her presence, suited up with professional camera equipment and headset, monitoring her sound levels and video, seems to soften interviewees, making their revelations especially genuine. A second camera operator captures the interchange between interviewee, Kayla, and Lisa, accentuating the multiplier effect of happiness on others.  Experts and lay people alike see ample evidence that wealth, fame, and material goods don’t produce real happiness. In “H-Factor…Where is Your Heart?” real people from all walks of life illustrate—in humorous and heartfelt ways—what does.

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Motherhood Talk Radio Presents Beverly Allen-Ananins, diversity trainer and consultant, June 29

Beverly Allen-Ananins is President of Zia Diversity Training and provides training and consulting of diversity services for the workplace and healthcare settings.  She is also a skilled Trainer of Trainer for healthcare diversity trainings and workplace diversity issues and developed the “Systems of Cultural Care” program.  Her focus on Multicultural Management and Organizational Development arose from her years in the healthcare field and management positions. 

She received her Masters of Arts in Social Justice in Intercultural Relations Degree with a concentration in Human Resource Development and Diversity Training from The School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont Beverly has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Anthropology from Eastern New Mexico University.

Beverly was born in New Mexico though lived in many states as well as South Korea and South Africa.  It was after living in South Africa during apartheid that her life was changed with a yearning to make a difference in how people treat each other and her pursuit of Social Justice that continues to drive her today. 

Beverly Allen is also addressing health disparities by working as the Grant County Community Health Council Coordinator in Grant County New Mexico.  Recently she completed a community assessment and is working on how social determinates affect community health and is part of her current work in Social Justice for this rural border community.

Beverly shares her life with her husband Tony from Liverpool, England and three children (Amelia 5, Jude 3 and Lennon 1).  Being a full time working mother is a challenge and she seeks non-traditional solutions to make it work.  Giving speeches with a baby on her back, carrying a breast pump to meetings and dealing with a stay at home dad at the end of the day are some of the daily issues that make Beverly’s motherhood perspective unique, funny and fulfilling.

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