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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — NY — Robert Kesten opens the broadcast day this Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 10am EST. We engage in an introspection to the so-called political divide between Democrats and Republicans and question if either or neither is concerned about the public interest. Inquiry revolves over the rhetoric too often couched in double speak only to be revealed over time to be promises unkept? As Republicans wane in prowess and number, can the Democrats engage the public in concerns that impact them or will they remain aloof to the plight of men and women throughout the nation. Does the anger and injustice felt by many a concern by those elected to office? If so, how has it manifested itself in the past? In the present? Can America claim to be a nation of the People and for the People? Does the disparity within the nation’s demographic an outcome of a lackluster education, and thereafter an inability to earn a living wage? Have we become a nation of those financially stressed, and the financially secure, eviscerating A middle class, where political outcome is determined by money? If so, can this situation be corrected or will we find a backlash similar to the Yellow Vest protests that revealed themselves in France? If so, will this be an awakening or superflous rhetoric? This segment from 10-10:30am
Yonkers Insider Publisher / Editor Delfim Heusler attends the broadcast discusses the damage caused by Con Ed’s declaration that they will not take on new natural gas customers asserting natural gas supplies as limited. Juxtaposed to their premise, would it not be pertinent to suggest that rather than a paltry supply of natural gas, there is a lack of gas lines sufficient to accommodate economic development / housing requirements. Has Con Ed been deficient in building the required infrastructure of gas pipes? And we reveal the different political contests contemplated to be undertaken for elected office. This segment from 10:30-11am
Dr. Gregory Williams, author of “Shattered By the Darkness: Putting the Pieces Back Together After Child Abuse” is on the Administrative Leadership Team at Baylor College of Medicine’s OB/GYN Department located in the Texas Children’s Hospital at the heart of the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas. He has a PhD in counseling and is a well-known speaker and teacher.
We discuss his soon to be published book that will be available wherever books are sold or to order from the publisher contact: (800) 441-5569 or www.hcibooks.com
1) We learn the essence of his book.
2) And why he titled the book, “Shattered by the Darkness”?
3) We inquire If he can recollect the first incident of abuse and can remember if there was a catalyst that triggered his recollection?
4) Did he ever reveal that he had been abused during his childhood? Who did you tell? Why did he tell them? And how old was he when he shared the anguish that he came to realize was abusive of him and that he survived? When did he first recognize that what he endured was abusive?
5) What emotional hurdles did e have to overcome to find the strength to share his very personal trauma?
6) When did he tell what happened to him, and how did that individual or individuals react to his telling them of his trauma.
7) We learn if upon telling of his early life if he was rejected or accepted?
8) Was there a sense of self-loathing, and internalizing of his anguish that revealed itself somehow that became a wake up call for him?
9) Was the book painful to write; the anguish gut wrenching? When his book was completed did his reflection of the circumstances he endured release him of the past in a cathartic way? Did he always have intention to write a book? Did his process of reflection begin as a journal of tiny snippets of memory that eventually coalesced into a crescendo of complete and lucid understanding of what happened?
10) Dr. Williams personal trauma eventually became an epiphany that allowed him to eclipse the past and enjoy a future. Does he appreciate the many years it took him to permit himself to release those experiences? Did he forgive his molester?
11) How does one turn pain, hurt or negative events into something positive in a person’s life? Is there a course one undertakes or is it a self discovery that reveals itself when one becomes emotionally ready? Is there a cathartic key that one can cautiously open? What compels one to become so determined. Can self discovery begin, then become to painful? How did he find the wherewithal to persevere. How often did he begin the introspection process?
12) We inquire how he engaged a template that released fear and anxiety from his past. Can you explain some of those steps?
13) Upon reflection, did his professional life as a counselor, writer, and teacher, an unrecognized ingredient of strength that permitted him to come to emotional thrive despite his personal circumstance?
14) We inquire about Dr. Williams hosting a radio broadcast. We learn the name of your broadcast? And people may listen in?
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large speaks to the most recent national, and international concerns with commensurate analysis. This segment from 11:30am-12Noon.
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