- 20/08/2016When you have a purpose you still succeed even when the odds are stacked against you.
Don't switch off because athletics isn't your bag... this is far deeper and we can all have a real purpose, but few , yes few use it. Have you a purpose like this Olympian?Beyond the Struggle | One of the most iconic marathon finishes ever watch One of the most iconic marathon finishes ever watch in Rio Olympic 2016. Subscribe our channel for more interesting...
Comments22/08/2016 #10 Neville Gaunt#5 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD thank you so much for that link - forgotten it was there! Thank s again - you might like this too https://www.bebee.com/producer/@neville-gaunt/i-want-to-be-more-successful-but-don-t-know-how22/08/2016 #9 Neville Gaunt#6 Yes she does @Mamen Delgado and if you notice she has very little #behavioralwaste as in here https://www.bebee.com/producer/@neville-gaunt/i-want-to-be-more-successful-but-don-t-know-how22/08/2016 #8 Neville Gaunt#3 Thank you @Lisa Gallagher have you downloaded the book on here
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@neville-gaunt/i-want-to-be-more-successful-but-don-t-know-how21/08/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDGABRIELLA ANDERSON-SCHEISS Aug 5, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics Win! I remember her! More personal Interview here, Amazing! https://youtu.be/lBasZWjd92k View moreGABRIELLA ANDERSON-SCHEISS Aug 5, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics Win! I remember her! More personal Interview here, Amazing! https://youtu.be/lBasZWjd92k / MD standing by spoke to her & Excellent Neurologic Assessment & Clinical Exam Supreme! iBravó! Women On The Historic Scene! Close
- Producer20/07/2016Talking Teddy Bears/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / Preteens are facing issues that teenagers used to face. Our teens are homeless, taking drugs, dying of heroin overdoses city-by-city, and sleeping either in their beds worried about sexual predators that rape them, or...
Comments20/07/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDWasn't life so much more simple when we grew up as teens? Do we really realize what hurdles today's teens have to overcome just to survive past high school without life-long scars? Let us show compassion and be mentoring those who need it. We all need it.
- 10/07/2016I want to challenge everyone this week to get out of your comfort zone. You already have the gifts and talents that you need to be amazing and you probably have talents that have not yet been revealed. Believe in your dreams and listen to the song in your heart.
Comments15/07/2016 #2 AnonymousComfort zone? What's that? It's an awe inspiring thing indeed when you obliterate such things and then realize they never existed in the first place. Then Life becomes this magically enchanted adventure filled with wonder and dreaming is a moment by moment endeavour. 💖 -whispered the wind
- 08/07/2016“Those who can’t find time for exercise will have to make time for illness.”Healthy Bodyyourdream.smartlivingtoday.com
Comments31/07/2016 #5 Dale MastersWhat if...1) the connective tissue holding your abs together is weak, and you have a herniation in the front...AND 2) Your spine is crumbling, your disks are a mess, and your spine is being held up by bone spurs? I used to lift weights. I worked in physical jobs all my life. At one point I was on one end of a 300 lb bundle of steel...and helped to unload the entire truck. What do I do?? My legs are getting progressively weaken, and have a birth defect in my left shoulder that I'm told will regrow bone spurs over and over again as fast as they're removed! I am terrified.
- 12/07/2016Dogs, like humans, need physical exercise to keep their body healthy. Running with a dog helps keep both you and the dog in shape and also helps diminish negative canine behaviour such as barking, digging, and excessive chewing.Tips For Running With A Dogyourdream.smartlivingtoday.com
- 14/06/2016Beyond Blue is an Australian initiative to help people with depression anxiety to lead a better life !beyondbluewww.beyondblue.org.au beyondblue is the national initiative to raise awareness of anxiety and depression, providing resources for recovery, management and...
Comments14/06/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDDid my research, and yes.....resources are only for Australia inhabitants. Still, there are many educational booklets available, categorized however one would like to absorb information: topic, audience, and situation. For example, depression in "women" could lead to "Post-Partum Depression (PPD)" and depression in the 'elderly' could lead to a brochure on the importance of "Socializing" for good mental health. Excellent, superb site for doctors, nurses, social workers, case managers, charge nurses, and discharge planning. Just pure excellence!
- 25/06/2016C-Butterflies, precious people, my friends and much more...Argonne News Brief: Secrets of butterfly wings revealed with X-rays Scientists used powerful X-rays at the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne to get a unique look at the structure of the tiny crystals that make up the wings...
Comments25/06/2016 #2 CityVP ManjitIt is like Janine Benyus says in this video "imagine designing Spring". When we are trying to reinvent nature that is an exercise fraught in danger, but if we learn our designs from nature, that makes the greatest possible sense. https://www.ted.com/talks/janine_benyus_biomimicry_in_action?language=en
- 22/06/2016The world of Apps and Dating Sites gives you the chance to write and connect to women across the world, to help you make the introduction to the girl of your dreams – the one you have been searching. It is exciting to see a new note in your in-box from a girl with a sexy figure and words that are dedicated to your heart. It can even be like a narcotic. Let's face it – the average US guy will get maybe 1 response a week off of a traditional American Dating site. It is easy to fall to the safe path of writing notes for months on end; keep your heart safe at a distance while enjoying the new attention. This is not the path of men of action! I will help you get out from behind the computer screen, to quit being a Keyboard Casanova, to actually meeting the girl face to face. I will guide you through the steps to coordinate your travel, your lodging, provide translators, and local support that will help you to better understand her culture, language, and point of view. I can show you how to remove all the barriers and anxiety you may have about coming overseas to meet your girl.
Have you ever read a great book, and then seen the movie – and felt like they got it wrong? This is the trap that happens in prolonged letter writing. You build a fantasy that is not able to sustain a reality. It is best to find the girl, get introduced, meet & build your dreams together. I have been helping American men meet and marry foreign brides since 1990.Your happy ending is ready and real; but it takes courage. Your courage to book the flight, come, meet, and make a connection. Real life - away from the Keyboard.
So what is the down side to writing forever and only drooling over pictures? Have you ever met and fallen in love with anyone from Pinterest or Instagram? Do you even believe it is possible? Stop it - let me show you why you should get on a plane and meet in person.
Comments23/06/2016 #2 Randy KehoWow. @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD @Brian McKenzie. You should hear what the twisted voices are saying in my head.. I would have never imagined that Brian was a matchmaker. He usually sounds so bitter, having kissed his homeland goodbye, because he felt like a scapegoat being a middle-aged, white guy. When, all along, he's been trying to find them love, for heaven's sake. And the good doctor chimes in with words of encouragement and support, after giving the lovelorn a good tongue lashing. Isn't love grand? No, thanks. My gluteous maximus is getting on a plane next month to hook up with an insanely wealthy widower who lives on a gulf coast beach in Florida. If you don't hear from me, again, I've died and gone to heaven.23/06/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDI'm the first to comment? Why, this happens to millions of men & women a DAY! Women, vulnerable women "fall in love" with a man that doesn't have a cell phone to send pictures, "no camera on" his laptop, and is completely invisible. Yet women send Billions of $$$ overseas, wiring left & right, to a man she is "totally" in love with because he lost his wife in a car accident and has a son that needs a mother. OH! Tear at my INVISIBLE HEART STRINGS! Men! You are better than this! Get off your gluteus maximus and get on a plane. I did, and @Selim Yeniçeri and I are in love, getting married, and planning to spend the rest of our REAL lives together! Amen and thanks be to God above!
- Producer21/06/2016Latin Talks on Grassroots Talks RadioListen to a few of our latina co-host at they address issues surrounding quality of life and you will quickly discover that our issues don't have borders. We as human beings are short changing our selves when we think and act from a position of race...
Comments23/06/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Dr. Allen Brown, Absolutely as relevant for Latinas world-wide! My father raised us Latinas to not only be proud of our own brains, but to never think that we couldn't do something just because "we are a girl." This extents to race, ethnic groups, micro-cultures, gangs, and other groups of society. Let's help one individual at a time to be the best she can be, by giving her opportunity for education and a 2nd chance at a seemingly 'screwed-up' life. That bad experience can be used as fertilizer to provide nutrients and cause the emersion of the grandest garden of all! Let's just give others a chance! Amen!
- Producer16/06/2016"You'd better really think about that," she said. "Get an education."I miss my aunt Dorrie. She was one-in-a-million. She was born and raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and came to the United States as a war bride at the conclusion of World War II. My uncle was a supply sergeant in the United States Army,...
Comments18/06/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Randy Keho: I see the respect and honor you have for your Aunt Dorrie, and whether you realize it or not, you still have her within you. It makes you shine, and gives you that little sparkle that falls onto women like me. I saw it in your comment to @Rebel Brown before I even read this reminiscent piece. It is clear that you are a good man. I so much appreciate that you still shine, and don't worry. Aunt Dorrie looks down at you from the heavens, and she smiles.16/06/2016 #2 Oliver MoloneyWhat a wonderful story @Randy Keho, I grew up in Ireland and remember well the 'pub but not a pub' house atmosphere, I miss it sometimes. You could come downstairs and find your entire street in your living room sharing a pot of tae and eating all of the custard creams!16/06/2016 #1 Lisa GallagherThis was a very endearing story you shared @Randy Keho. If we could only learn and appreciate not only the lessons but the moments we experienced growing up- we'd be much better off earlier in life. Your Aunt Dorrie sounded like a fun lady. I miss the good old days, when neighbors actually were not just cohabiting next to each other but interacting as you described in your buzz. I'm assuming your parents balanced each other out well from what you wrote! Your experience in the Military I'm sure, was life changing. Kudos to you for going to College and pursuing your dream! Really enjoyed reading this.
- 17/06/2016Whether you like Hillary or not... this was a defining moment for women in the US. Here's my letter to younger women explaining why I, and many other Boomer women, feel that way.Why I Cried When Hillary Spoke - Rebel Brownwww.rebelbrown.com I cried as I watched Hillary’s speech last week. I know a lot of women who were in tears as we watched Hillary’s speech. It was a defining moment, the culmination of decades of hard work and head-banging to get to this single most important event....
Comments18/06/2016 #10 Rebel Brown#9 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD Ive had work stolen, chapters of books stoleb by supposed Gooroos, all slimy bottom of the rung dudes who conned their way to fame and fortune. I finally learned to just keep truckin ... Not worth the negative energy. And YES YES YES @Randy Keho is a gem!!!!17/06/2016 #8 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#6 OH YEAH! Not so long ago, the men were gathering together and submitting research presentations to National Congresses...withOUT my name or permission. And the saddest part? I was the Principal Investigator for the entire project. And complaining to Department Chiefs? I was tolerated and they shook my hand and then disgustingly wiped their hand to get my 'touch' off of them. Cut-throat to the bone, and beyond. It's ok...it just made me stronger.17/06/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#4 @Randy Keho: What an awesome statement of support and understated cheer! I get a mile out of that few sentences of encouragement, so thank you! You're definitely one of the 'good guys!" A few good men advanced my career, and they were mentors and fathers to me. I never would have been who I am without them. So thank you, my brother!17/06/2016 #6 Rebel Brown#3 I was in pre med and decided I didnt want to deal with the BS so I went into business and specificaly high tech. Was just the same as your experience @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD Difference is that the women who became the 'models' for high tech success are all thieves and cheats, lack integrity like you wouldnt believe and are generally clones of the worst males aspects around. But we are making progress and it feels like some of our younger generations don't necessarily appreciate where we've been. So- I thought I'd share some reality of less than 25 years ago. WOW. THANKS for the support!17/06/2016 #5 Rebel Brown#4 We seem to have become a nation of rude, angry people Randy. Or rather, the minority of loud, rude angry americans has become highly vocal and taken stage But that doesnt mean these folks are the backbone of america. I dont believe that. I think they are the loud minority while the silent majority groans. Still - whether ya love her or hate her Hillary winning this nomination is a HUGE win for women. So I WILL CELEBRATE. THANKs for the support Randy17/06/2016 #4 Randy KehoYou're absolutely correct.. Just remember, we elected our first black president -- twice -- and he still had to endure racism. We Americans can be a mean bunch. We're equal-opportunty bashers. Women will still endure sexism. Keep your chin up and lead by example -- not gender. I know you will.
Comments12/07/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 I just came back to this again, and love the gift you gave your daughter, my friend. It is a powerful gift, one that many never learn. We are all stronger than we think we are, and we can become empowered to be our own 'coach' through self-improvement and self-empowerment. People like @Selim Yeniçeri, @Leckey Harrison, @Dr. Allen Brown, @Randy Keho, @Brian McKenzie....we form a great circle.17/06/2016 #2 Pamela L. WilliamsA manager once told me early in my career; "Don't ever say to me; 'I don't know', tell me; I'll find out;" It stuck, I've not used the I don't know since. I raised my daughter to fake a smile when its hardest to do and eventually it won't be a fake. She posted a meme on Facebook one day about people who never seem to show the world their sorrows and she tagged me and said; My Mom is the Queen of this. Now that made me tearful, but in a good way.#117/06/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDOh, how this resonates with millions of young women and men! I'm sharing this to my 'Invisible Illnesses' Hives...and was already thrilled to see the first words "Problem-Solver" on your Profile Statement! Same as me! "Don't give me the problem without a suggestion on the S-o-l-u-t-i-o-n!" was my motto while teaching in the medical schools of Stanford, UPenn, and UCLA. OH! No one comes in with SOLUTIONS! I'm lovin' it!
- 17/06/2016Gender EquityGender Equity Join to discuss (1) how gender equity affects women at work and at home and (2) role models of women's leadership in business, politics, healthcare, education and
- Producer12/06/20164 Tips to Handle Woman Bullies in BusinessA number of my coaching clients are dealing with unreasonable women bosses who are just plain bullies in business. Most of the women I know have dealt with a nasty woman at some point in time or another. I've known some doozies myself. I've dealt...
Comments19/06/2016 #41 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#34 Oh, I'm brewing up something good, and you're the 2nd person who has called me the "Queen Bee!" WoW. Never thought I'd live to see the day. I feel like I just won an Award! You are too gracious...but thank you for giving me another surprise smile! God's best to you.17/06/2016 #39 Ali Anani#32 Being the first time I meet a lady with the name Aranda I have just checked what it means. AMong the descriptions I found this one "You have a bubbling, spontaneous nature and a happy-go-lucky outlook which helps smooth the pathway of life".Is that you @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. At least I find it consistent with what I thought of.17/06/2016 #38 Ali Anani#37 I only write when I feel the passion @Rebel Brown. I have so many ideas on the shelf. When I only have the passion to write and the feelings it has something to add to the reader I do. BTW_ rarely I have published more than one post a day. I don't have a calendar on when to publish. As soon as I have finished with the post I publish.. Posts of value will get their credit. I have few presentations which drew more than ten thousand views one year later. It depends if we think of the present value or the future value. With this I say I value your comment.17/06/2016 #36 Ali Anani#33 I find that my posts on Fridays are the least viewed. My post of today--even one of the most difficult to write- had less than fifth of views I normally get. So, you are smart enough to spread it out @Rebel Brown View more#33 I find that my posts on Fridays are the least viewed. My post of today--even one of the most difficult to write- had less than fifth of views I normally get. So, you are smart enough to spread it out @Rebel Brown. For me, the important thing is to breathe out what goes in my lungs and see what happens. Close16/06/2016 #32 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#25 I love that thought, and there has to be a mental process of choice behind the one who picked the photos....so I'd say, "Yes" Ali Anani, you're on to something. And what a continued inspiration, @Rebel Brown View more#25 I love that thought, and there has to be a mental process of choice behind the one who picked the photos....so I'd say, "Yes" Ali Anani, you're on to something. And what a continued inspiration, @Rebel Brown, especially because people say that I smile all the time, too. Looking forward to more articles! Close15/06/2016 #30 Ali Anani#28 I wrote once a post titled "Places not for them". I refered to people sitting in the front row to get captured by the TV camera. But then few ministers walked in and these people had to evacuate their seats. They appeared on TV camera being asked to move to the back rows. This topic interests me hugely @Rebel Brown15/06/2016 #28 Rebel Brown#26 Isnt it amazing that people are placed in positions of authority with little if any experience and skills? I see it all the time in my corporate clients. Men and Women. What bugs me is that in my experience, these are the folks that become the biggest bullies. My supposition is that it's because they know they don't have the skill set and are afraid they will be "found out." So they go on the offensive with anyone who HAS the skills so that they can distract and conquer. SORRY you had that experience. Been there too many times and NONE of us deserve it...15/06/2016 #27 Rebel Brown#25 There is Ali! The whole body language thing is actually unconscious programming from caveman days. Im going to post an article I wrote about it for you... along with my free ebook that explains how you can let your body talk to create immediate trust and rapport with everyone you meet:) Hows that????13/06/2016 #26 Randy KehoGood stuff, @Rebel Brown. After about two months, I resigned from my first job out of graduate school due to a female boss who was a bully. I should have known something was amiss when I was offered the job two weeks after it had already been filled. I was the second choice, but, what the hell, it was a great job with the medical school of a Big 10 university. I soon found out that this woman hadn't a clue of how to successfully manage her two-person press office, but she wasn't going to let that stop her. She was the butt-kissing type, and, to her, every doctor deserved a smooch on both cheeks. She couldn't understand why our press releases weren't getting into the local paper. Well, she demanded that every release contained the doctor's alphabet soup of a title behind his name. She simply couldn't offend a doctor. Well, I knew full well that newspaper editors, of which I had been one, don't play those games, There is a style book to follow (Associated Press, etc.). They just don't print what you give them and they don't have time to have some intern rewrite press releases. They go directly into the circular file. Nonetheless, she was relentless, even though I tried to explain to her what the issue was. She wouldn't believe me. Then, as I was sitting across from her desk, I saw it. On her bookshelf was a three-ring binder entitled, "How to Write Press Releases." She got the job through connections and was "home schooled." I knew it was a lost cause. I took a day off, accepted another job offer, and returned to be the second person to resign from the position in two months. She freaked out at me and called me an ungrateful SOB. I don't know whatever happened to her, but shortly afterwards, her husband was dismissed from his position as a school superintendent. He had ruffled the wrong feathers, too.
- 16/06/2016I thought this might need a great theme song for your new hive @Rebel Brown. An 'oldie but goodie."Diana Ross: Live In Central Park (1980) "I'm Coming Out" Clip from the DVD release of Diana Ross: Live in Central Park, out on DVD May 15, 2012 from Shout! Factory. More info:...
Comments16/06/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 @Rebel Brown, @Lisa Gallagher: Awesome, Inspiring, JUMP UP & DOWN Entry! Woo ~ Hoo! Lovin' it! Sharin' it! Can't get the song out of my head now...maybe I should sing, "It's a Small World..?" - no! "I'm Coming Out!" Here's to you, Rebel, and to all your continued success! @Alison Huntley, @Brigette Hyacinth, @Dr. Allen Brown, @Bill Stankiewicz, @Candice Galek 🐝, @Cristian Randieri, PhD -President & CEO of Intellisystem.it @C_Randieri, @Javier beBee, @Juan Imaz, @John White, MBA, @James McElearney, @Kirstie-Sweetie Louise, @Dale Masters, @Flavia Toro Rodriguez!
- Producer16/06/2016Why We're Failing Young Women Leaders Even the research says we're failing young women leaders. For example: Less than 15% of young women leaders see the executive women in their organizations as good role models. 55 % said they aren’t satisfied with the leadership development...
Comments26/06/2016 #41 Sarah Elkins#40 Thanks! I'm always glad to have company in the late bloomer category, @Rebel Brown. I wrote about finding my voice at 40 -- by singing in a rock band for the first time. It was a guest post on Whitney Johnson's website. If you search my name with the word dream, the post comes up near the top.26/06/2016 #40 Rebel Brown#39 Good for you @Sarah Elkins One of the most common ways we give up control is by failing to draw our boundaries and allowing rudeness, people to take advantage and more. I ONLY began drawing my boundaries about 5 years ago. I was a late bloomer. When I first started all heck broke loose around me. People didnt like it that I was standing up for myself. Associates self selected out of my life (Yes!) and Im now left with true friends who are my family. I'm proud of you!26/06/2016 #39 Sarah Elkins#35 I had a great moment two weeks ago, @Rebel Brown, one that was building for a few years and finally happened. A woman at work was telling me how angry she was about something (I'll post about it later). When she attacked with "you should have asked me", I said: "Well, (Name), you're not nice to me. If I have a choice, I'll ask someone else. When I come to you for anything, you're rude and dismissive, why in the world would I put myself in that position when I can avoid it?" She was left with her mouth hanging open. I simply called her on her bad behavior, without being insulting or emotional or angry. It was a highlight of my career... which is just a bit bittersweet.25/06/2016 #35 Rebel Brown#33 You're on @Sarah Elkins And yes, men do it too. But they aren't as catty about it. Ive watched em. Matter of fact and to the point. Slit your throat and move on. Women just get so darned emotional and nasty about it.... I've rarely had a guy take it to a personal level. Other than the twit ragers on social media:) Women - ALL the time.24/06/2016 #33 Sarah Elkins#28 Men do that too, @Rebel Brown, the backstabbing, etc. I just get so disappointed when it's a woman because I believe so strongly that we should be helping each other. And, of course, the answer to your comment#32 is that you are the face of change - if you are doing a good job, there will always be a few people who don't like you. This is the perfect topic for us - over a bottle of wine and some good chocolate.24/06/2016 #32 Rebel Brown#31 I have so many stories like that @Franci Eugenia Hoffman Its happened to me in every company I've ever consulted for. There's always one or two women who are threatened when I come in and they decide to show the world they can "beat" me. Which is really funny when you consider the owners of the company are the ones bringing me in. You'd think the women would be smarter... but then these women are always the ones who got their jobs without the skills to actually do them. So they are threatened and I guess just not that savvy. Pain in the butt for me though. Im focused on saving a business and they're playing with arrows. really?24/06/2016 #30 Rebel Brown#24 @Franci Eugenia Hoffman Here's a story for you. Im working to turnaround a multi billion dollar company that has dropped to half a billion in revenue,. NOT pretty. The in place teams were so resistant to change that the CEO and board told me to bring in my own people and get the job done. So I did. One of the women directors wrote a letter to the SEC and the CEO claiming I was hiring people without approvals and using favoritism to bring in a consulting team. Bascially tried to get me blackballed. She was extremely under-qualified for her job and obviously she was threatened. She got fired for it, but I had to deal with the SEC over the damned letter. As did my client, when we were in the midst of saving the ship. I still dont understand what she was thinking.... Sigh.24/06/2016 #29 Rebel Brown#23 @Randy Keho First, you're never in the way. 2nd, I could tell you stories that would make your hair curl... Woman after woman backstabbing me (I should say attempting) as I came into the company to consult. I even had one try to run over me in a parking lot. I've learned through the years that men seem to think women get along. In fact... women who have power and who are also insecure about that power will attack another woman with power faster than a duck on a bug. Its ridiculous and we all need to GROW UP and help others...24/06/2016 #28 Rebel Brown#26 @Sarah Elkins One of my biggest peeves is that women dont support other women. Instead, some women turn into cats and get out their claws. I've dealt with it all my life. Why women dont support other women is beyond me. Only thing I can determine is that these women are insecure., afraid they'll be found out and so they attack rather than share and teach.24/06/2016 #27 Rebel Brown#21 Absolutely @Laura Mikolaitis I spoke about that topic at a state SHRM meeting. Everyone got excited and I ended up having an overflow crowd in my breakout session. When they went back to their companies, their bosses told them "We dont do that." and that was the end of that. Amazing to me but then we resist change as part of our programming!23/06/2016 #26 Sarah Elkins#23 I have had very few professional women as mentors and guides. The majority of my experience with women in leadership positions where I've worked has been absurdly negative. That's why I reach out so much to women of every age, in every position, to encourage support, advocacy, and mentorship of each other. It has been a discouraging ride, to say the least, to see so few women in support of each other in my experience. Now, though, I'm finding all kinds of support (outside of my current position) by women of every generation and I'm gaining hope that we will continue to improve the way women lead and support each other!
- Breakout WomenBreakout Women We women know the truth, Everyday we face situations that test our confidence and our patience. We're smart and we know our stuff. Yet they still question our skills. While we're dealing with conflict, diversity, resistance to change and less than
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Comments16/06/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDThere are many that are witnesses of my faith in Christ, my ministry to the orphans & widows, and to everlasting hope in the Power of the Word of God. @Dale Masters, @Randy Smith, @Kirstie-Sweetie Louise, @Dr. Allen Brown, @Selim Yeniçeri. Stay with us as we stand in faith for all women worldwide. Things have to get better. With God, all things are possible, and love conquers all.16/06/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDSpirituality has been shown to lead to improved Quality of Life, decreased mental illness, and more socialization...For us women, especially those that are Believers and Followers of the Christ Jesus, you can take the world, and all its corruption. Just give me Jesus.
- I did not know how long I would live, or whether I would ever see my daughter grow up. So I wrote this book, Archives of the Vagina, A Journey through TIme, because I wanted her generation to have it better than we did. And isn't that what every mother really wants for her children?Archives of the Vaginawww.tatepublishing.com In 2012, the American College of Obstetricians and...
- ProducerPermanent Birth Control for Couples: Don't Let Your Woman Die About itMedical Disclaimer: Talk to your own doctors, please. This is not meant to be comprehensive advice or recommendations. Each woman is different, and you get individual choices. What are their options for the happily-married couple...
Comments06/07/2016 #8 Dale Masters@Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD I know the damage vaginal mesh can cause (albeit second-hand). It affected my anxiety level for almost 6 years, till a REAL surgeon (who is now my OB/GYN) fixed the problem. She did an excellent job, too. (If only I could remember her name. :P ) I have also boycotted Bayer for decades because of their history and affiliations.18/06/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#4 @Brian McKenzie: Thanks for the great input. On many levels, and in intricate ways, you are perfectly correct. Hat's Off to You! And P.S. for men who know that they would not do well with a "family," be yourself. Don't EVER let anyone change who you ARE. No one knows you but YOU. ~ and that goes for women, too.18/06/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#3 @Sara Jacobovici: Women die from permanent sterilization, and it's my job and duty as a person, a physician, and a researcher to bring the news out to the public in an understandable way. So many women can "read" and "understand" most of this article. It is quite scientific for lay people, but women are getting smarter ;-). And thank you, again. It is my pleasure. My essence.17/06/2016 #3 Sara JacoboviciImportant information and an important message @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. You write, "Research first, and make a comfortable decision for you." Research that will involve individuals who make up a support team or network. You are part of that team for all the girls and women out there. Thanks Margaret.16/06/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDIn the News for Years, and affecting the lives of millions of women worldwide: Hysterectomy, the Essure contraceptive coils, the Power Morcellator, Vaginal Mesh, and more. Let us not just sit and watch. Let us make things better for our daughters, nieces, and sisters.
- Gender EquityGender Equity Join to discuss (1) how gender equity affects women at work and at home and (2) role models of women's leadership in business, politics, healthcare, education and
- Gender EquityGender Equity Join to discuss (1) how gender equity affects women at work and at home and (2) role models of women's leadership in business, politics, healthcare, education and