March 14 guest appearance

I’ll be one of the guests Monday, March 14, on “Together Again Radio” with relationship coaches Marsha Dean Walker and Jim Eastwood.  We’ll discuss discrimination faced by the older, long-term unemployed jobseekers.

The show begins at 6:30 pm Central time; I’m scheduled to join the discussion around 7:15.

This is a 90-minute live call-in show that deals with various aspects of relationships – health, emotional wellness, intimacy and  finances. This week kicks off a three-part series on gender, age and weight discrimination.

Also on the program will be psychologist and author Dr. Nancy Irwin, an agent of change who will offer some insight about the leaned behavior of bias.

Here’s a Monday program note for Gone to Texas.

Sharon will continue her discussion about living with temporal lobe epilepsy, particularly the frustrations, disappointments, and dangers of being the “hard patient”, which is someone who cannot take anti-seizure medication (AEDs) because they don’t work anymore.

That’s tomorrow at 2pm Central on the big blogcast (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/johndavidpowell/2011/03/14/7-surviving-wonderland–issues-facing-people-with-epilepsy)

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lwl-radio/2011/03/14/together-again-with-coach-marsha-and-coach-jim

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About John David Powell

John David Powell - Gone To Texas is a daily blogcast from ShadeyHill Ranch carried exclusively on Blog Talk Radio at www.blogtalkradio.com/johndavidpowell. We feature discussion of events in Texas and the world hosted by multiple Lone Star Award-winning journalist and author with 5 decades of news and broadcasting experience.
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