Thursday’s Morning Zone Line-Up
7:07AM MDT: Thomas Gagliano- Why Kids Become Bullies…Why do some children become bullies and others become their victims? The reason isn’t that difficult to understand once you see the fine line between being a bully and being a victim. According to Thomas Gagliano, “You see, before they became bullies many bullies were victims themselves. Take me for example. Before I was a bully I was a victim. Some terrible things happened to me when I was a young boy and because of this hurt, I developed a bully mentality and wanted the world to payfor what happened to me as a kid.” He’ll reveal six key steps to help adolescent children including how to make home a safe haven and allow kids the freedom to fail. Thomas Gagliano, MSW is a mentor, speaker and the author of “The Problem Was Me.”
7:37AM MDT: ASK – A – LOCAL- EXPERT SEGMENT…Travis Lingenfelter, Marketing Director from Pointe Frontier Retirement Community on the issues of aging and retirement.
8:07AM MDT: Dr5. Margaret Cochran, “Life is a Process of Becoming, But it is not Always a Becoming Process!” Dr. Cochran is a transpersonal psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, educator and author with more than 30 years of clinical experience. She is most often described by her patients as tough, compassionate and smart. She has a provocative message on her answering machine: ” Who are you, what do you want and how and when can you be reached? If you know the answer to these seemingly simple questions, be joyful, because most of us spend our whole lives working on the answers.” She takes a prismatic approach to therapy saying “I see things as a whole and acknowledge the intricate value of the parts therein. In our culture, we tend to value the rational and linear ways of exploring and thinking about the world above all else. But our senses need not be limited to just perceiving the three dimensional, corporeal world. Science has shown that everything is made of energy which we receive and interpret at various levels and to varying degrees.” Treating the Person, not the Diagnosis “Anything That Powerfully Affects The Body, Powerfully Affects The Mind,
And Anything That Powerfully Affects the Mind, Powerfully Affects The Body” Dr. Cochran works with her partner, board certified family physician David J. Waggoner, MD, at Saratoga Family Health Center. She stands out for a number of reasons, primarily because she takes a ‘whole person’ approach. Prior to recommending any treatment modality, she requires a complete lab work up on the patient and looks for the root cause of the presenting problem. She asserts that “For each person there’s a ‘secret’ healing formula. I am not interested in addressing people’s problems with preconceived notions. I am interested in discovering and honoring each individual’s particular personal ‘magic’. I use a systems perspective and work to consider the person in the context of their lives, rather than in isolation.”
9:07AM MDT : House Candidate, Skip Eshelman... I’m pushing for Wyoming to adopt the Alaskan severance tax system to cover roads. I figure the minerals lobby will be coming out against me
on that pretty hard. I want Wyoming to revisit tort reform and loser pays, the Texas
model. I’d like to see tax reassessments done away with I propose statewide aquifer protection so property owners are not dried up. Push to make charter schools a reality, and get vouchers for both charter an homeschoolers.