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Episode 162: Grateful Kids
November 25, 2014 05:33 PM PST
Join the conversation as we celebrate Thanksgiving week with a conversation about gratitude - how to show it, how to grow it, and how to know it when you see it. We’ll share tips from Making Grateful Kids author Dr. Jeffrey Froh and listen to a few grati-tunes to get us into the holiday spirit.Episode 161: Smoking During Pregnancy
November 21, 2014 03:51 PM PST
Join the conversation as we tell you about the number one modifiable risk factor for pregnant women in Sarasota County: smoking cigarettes. We get the statistics from our local Healthy Start Coalition and hear from three experts that can tell us how women can reduce the risks of exposure to smoking and to second and thirdhand smoke, for themselves and their babies. Our guests are Jeanette Robinson, Tobacco Program Manager for the Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County; Chip Schaaff, Licensed Mental Health Counselor who practices clinical hypnosis for smoking cessation; and Shavon Clark, is a Healthy Start Care Coordinator that works with at-risk moms.Episode 160: Fall Membership Drive
November 11, 2014 07:55 PM PST
Join the entire Maternally Yours Collective (including former co-hosts Cheryl and Carmela!) for WSLR's fall membership drive spectacular!
Between the three of us, it takes about 60 hours of hard work to produce a month of content for Maternally Yours. We are volunteers--paid by spiritual fulfillment and not by U.S. currency. However we do ask that you support our station, because without their building, electricity, station manager, tower, signal, soundboard, microphones, computers, equipment, and LPFM license--we would not be here. Those things all take money to maintain, and unlike NPR stations, we don't get a penny from the government, it is 100% from YOU.
Community Radio allows us to connect YOU with the people and resources you need to make informed decisions throughout your childbearing years.
WHAT A GIFT.
Now it's your turn!
After you've supported us, SHARE your good deed on facebook and twitter so people know that you support independent media, informed consumerism and evidence-based maternity care.
You all keep us going, it's as simple as that. THANK YOU.
Gratefully and Maternally Yours,
November 04, 2014 10:34 PM PST
Join us as we consider the experience of women who combine motherhood with military service. We learn about what it is like giving birth in a military hospital setting and breastfeeding while in active duty.Episode 158: Musical Mamas
October 29, 2014 12:29 AM PDT
Join the Conversation as we talk to musical mamas Twinkle Yochim and Ari McManus about motherhood and music and listen to songs written by mamas for their children.Episode 157: Birth in the News
October 21, 2014 11:00 PM PDT
Join the Conversation and Ryan and Laura speak to David Figlio of Northwestern University, Julia Chinyere Oparah of Mills College, British midwife Lizzie Norton, and Farah Diaz-Tello about birth in the news!Episode 156: Chiropractic for the Childbearing Year
October 15, 2014 08:10 AM PDT
Join the Conversation as we explore the use of Chiropractic Medicine in pregnancy, during the postpartum period, and for newborns and infants. We will be joined by guest Dr. Melissa Harmon, DC of Sarasota Family Chiropractic who will explain the nature of chiropractic care and how it can be beneficial for mamas and babies during the childbearing year and beyond.Episode 155: The Stories of Midwives
October 08, 2014 07:10 AM PDT
Join the Conversation as we hear from two authors who will share the deep, the funny, the unexpected, the soul shaking stories of women becoming midwives. We are joined by Elizabeth Jarrett Andrews, author of the novel Hannah, Delivered, as well as midwife Carol Leonard, author of the autobiographical Lady's Hands, Lion's Heart: A Midwife's Saga.Episode 154: International Babywearing Week
September 30, 2014 11:14 PM PDT
Join the Conversation as we celebrate International Babywearing Week. We explore why wearing your baby in a carrier facilitates bonding, supports breastfeeding, and combats baby blues and postpartum depression, how to wear your baby safely with confidence, and where to celebrate International Babywearing Week in your community.Episode 153: Absent Fathers
September 23, 2014 06:36 PM PDT
Join the Conversation as we discuss the complexity of growing up fatherless. Social science research shows that children do better in two parent households, yet one in three American children live at home without a dad. We'll hear the personal accounts from both a male and female adult who grew up in a household without a father and learn about the profound ramifications of lifelong parental rejection. Film maker Justin Hunt will share about his documentary "Absent" that highlights the pandemic of absent fathers in America.
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Maternally Yours: The Conversation about Pregnancy, Childbirth and Early Motherhood. Tuesday nights at 6:00 on YOUR Community Radio Station, WSLR 96.5 LPFM, www.WSLR.org.
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