Part 1: This week my guest is Jennifer Weissner. Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and certified Sex Therapist and she talks about a program she helped to created called Girls on Fire, which is provides information about healthy sexuality, relationships and consent for those who identify as female, ages 14-18. This is a FREE event that happens annually in Portland, Maine.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about going dancing at Bubba’s Sulky Lounge in Portland, Maine and her realization that everyone is welcome to be themselves there after meeting a few men who enjoy dressing as women!
Part 1: We are joined by Rebecca Hobbs, Executive Director of Through These Doors, a domestic violence resource center that serves victims and survivors in Cumberland County, Maine. Rebecca will help us understand what domestic abuse is and how to recognize it if it’s happening to someone you know and also find support for yourself if you are in this situation.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a poem she heard on a Dr. Wayne Dyer program and written by Valerie Cox called “The Cookie Thief” to help raise awareness about judgement and making assumptions.
Part 1: Deputy Fire Chief Steve Sloan with the Westbrook, Maine Fire Department joins us to talk about fire prevention and fire safety. Did you know it’s better to sleep with your bedroom door shut instead of open? Find out why and learn other tips on how to keep your family safe on this show!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda discusses the book, The Complaint Free World by Will Bowen, and how becoming aware of and eliminating complaining, criticizing and gossiping can have a positive effect on your life!