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RareGem media features ten broadcast networks of positive programs and podcasts for business, lifestyle, inspiration, education, community, sports, youth, faith, health and entertainment. More at at www.oneraregem.com. Shows include #1 iTunes rated health podcast, The Model Health Show with Shawn Stevenson.
 
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The best of our very best, all in one more episode. Featured in this episode:* Finding Our Breath in the Midst of COVID with The CollectiveSTL [Eps010]* Where We Go One, We Go All with PotBangerz Dr. Cathy "Mama Cat" Daniels [eps002]* The Impact of COVID on Black Male’s Mental Health and Well-Being with Etoya White [Eps009]* Turning On the Power in…
 
The best of our very best, all in one episode. Featured in this episode:* A Clear View of COVID Vaccines with Dr. Stephen Liang [eps001]* Your Pregnant Well-Being and Baby with Dr. Cherese Collins [eps005]* Safe Housing During COVID and Beyond with Chris Krehmeyer [eps003]* Hearing the Voices of our Youth with Ciearra Walker [eps008]* What’s best f…
 
People want to be in community, to access their breath joyfully and to breathe freely. Ericka and Dr. Terry Harris, Co-Founders of The CollectiveSTL, create community around yoga, wellness and literally the way we breathe.Por RareGem Productions
 
What does it mean for young people to make decisions about vaccinations and their health? Ciearra Jefferson “CJ” Walker, MPH at St. Louis Integrated Health Network says we need to create space for our youth to ask questions and be heard, rather than present them with one-sided mandates.Por RareGem Productions
 
So a chiropractor and a trauma surgeon walk into a bar... No punch line for this one, but Dr. LJ Punch, a trauma surgeon and Dr. Xavier Tipler, doctor of Proficient Chiropractic, both manage the way trauma shows up in the body. The docs discuss what they've witnessed this last year with COVID and what the virus does to the bodies of the people they…
 
For Sean When risk is the only choice [eps 004] examines how differently-abled people navigate the world and their valid concerns with COVID, health and immunity. Dr. LJ Punch discusses the challenges, considerations and choices with TEDx speaker and advocate Sean Gold.Por RareGem Productions
 
Dr. LJ Punch talks with Mama Cat, Founder of PotBangerz, about how preparing healthy food for those in need in the Black community protects their health and well-being, especially during COVID.Por RareGem Productions
 
"We, as women tend to keep our emotions inside and tend to take care of everybody else and leave ourselves last. So we don't do a good enough job of self-care at all. Now, with the pandemic, a lot of us have gotten lost."Dr. LJ Punch talks about Women’s Health, OBGYN and Pregnancy in the Era of Covid with Dr. Cherese Collins. Many specialties looki…
 
SURPRISE! In this bonus episode Marissa has Valentine's Day on the brain and doesn't quite understand what all the fuss is about (2:25). James is feeling grateful for his health after undergoing oral surgery earlier in the month that left him both weak and feeble (6:15) For the fight of the week our hosts debate on whether or not an apology is actu…
 
This week, a recent celebration of life has Marissa reflecting on the true strength of love (4:45). James spends time pondering the quote “addictions are reactions to emotions we can’t handle”(12:03). The fight of the week is sparked by an impulsive gift James bought their daughter leaving Marissa feeling as if he had gone behind her back (15:50). …
 
This week Marissa spoke a lot about what wasn’t on her mind (2:39) before eventually deciding that ultimately, she couldn’t stop thinking about Christmas (8:13). James has spent his week reflecting on yet another quote, and you must ask yourself, are you really surprised? (13:40) This week’s fight of the week was sparked by a simple 2 letter word b…
 
This week Marissa has a serious case of travel fatigue and finally knows what Dorothy meant when she said ‘there’s no place like home,’ (3:50). James gets sappy and opens up about how home is no place without Marissa (8:22). For the fight of the week, the hosts spend time talking about the new reality TV show, ‘Put a Ring on it’, and whether or not…
 
This week Marissa is thinking about the double standard of leaders in the faith community (3:34). James expresses his concerns surrounding professional sports and the effectiveness of their COVID policies (12:40). Still in a honeymoon phase of sorts, the hosts didn’t have a fight to discuss this week. While it isn’t required to spend a lot of money…
 
This week Marissa has 2020 on her mind and she’s asking the question we all have been wondering: what even was this year? (2:45) James spends time reflecting on the quote “wisdom is seeing tomorrow’s consequences in today’s activities” (8:17). The hosts sit down with financial expert Cathey Williamson of the Williamson financial group to answer the…
 
This week Marissa has single-ness on her mind and wonders what it truly means to be single (2:25) while James is thinking about rebounding and how people on social media seem to quickly jump from one relationship to the next (9:22). In the fight of the week Marissa expresses her frustration surrounding the treatment of her car and they reach a reso…
 
This week Marissa is thinking about gender roles and how they factor into the success of a relationship (13:22) while James has found another quote to spend time reflecting on (13:22). The fight of the week is so fresh it continues briefly as they spend time reflecting on angry chew pt. 2 (18:14). For the big idea, James touches on 5 things to watc…
 
This week Marissa struggles to get her life together (3:17). A recovering work-aholic, Marissa is still searching to find the perfect work/life balance as her new exercise bike that was supposed to help collects dust in the living room. James spends time reflecting on the Ralph Waldo Emerson quote, “envy is ignorance and imitation is suicide,” (11:…
 
This week Marissa schools James on poop protocol (3:13) while James is focused on transitioning to the one true indicator of old age: bifocals (8:19). The fight of the week deals with the couples’ differing definitions of proper restaurant etiquette (10:44). James goes deeper into 3 major benefits of conflict in relationships (21:30) and tasks list…
 
This week, Marissa has a recent question trending on social media on her mind (1:46). What seems to be an easy choice for both the Dr. and Mrs. leads into an even larger discussion surrounding the stigma with engagement rings altogether. James has his mind focused on the current state of academia and what the current switch to majority online schoo…
 
This week Marissa has a bone to pick with major television shows and the way they portray first ladies (1:41). Honestly, she’s over the constant angry black woman stereotype and other microaggressions this role perpetuates. James is grappling with something a little heavier this week: to buy or not to buy… Jordan’s that is (11:20). He’s thinking ab…
 
This week Marissa is experiencing ‘bride brain’. Yes, apparently it’s a real thing and she is ready to get her brain back after the vow renewal (2:02). James, of course, has something philosophical on his mind and has spent the week reflecting on the quote “what you hold in your mind shows up in your life” (5:43). James and Marissa then sit down wi…
 
This week Marissa is thinking about football (2:05). Previously an avid fan, Marissa hasn’t been tuning in for the past few seasons as a way to stand in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick and his protests. With the uncertainty surrounding COVID, she wonders if football is coming back at all, and even if it is, will she watch? James spends time recall…
 
This week Marissa can’t stop thinking about dancing, something she needed y’all to know that James can’t do (3:33). James spends time reflecting on the stupid tax paid throughout his life, most recently a $3,000 watch he just had to have during last season (7:25). The Fight of the Week this week started out focused on the shoe carpet, something Mar…
 
This week Marissa has home renovations on the brain (2:46) and James dives deep into feelings of uncertainty surrounding the upcoming school year for their rising college junior (7:10). The fight of the week is centered around differing opinions on the need of a professional organizer in their home (9:40). James dives deep into this week's big idea…
 
Welcome back to another season of the Life, Love, and Leadership podcast with Dr. James and Marissa Paine! Since it’s been so long, the Paine’s start this episode off by refreshing your memory, or introducing you to the typical rundown of a podcast episode (1:41). Marissa speaks candidly about adjusting to the family’s “COVID normal” (7:53), and ne…
 
This week, the Dr. & the Mrs. begin the 'Best of' series rewind for season one, and rehash some of the seasons most talked about shows. In this episode, you'll get updates on the infamous watch, and hear new discoveries about why marriage is so hard.Por RareGem Productions
 
How much money will I need to retire comfortably? Ask Chris...Christopher Harrell of CKHFinancial on "Bethalto Today" w/ host Stephen ByesIndependent Financial Advisor, Christopher Harrell focuses on building wealth, retirement planning and helping his clients establish a legacy that will transfer wealth from generation to generation. Qualified, Ch…
 
This week, the Dr. & the Mrs. talk about 'How to Recover From the Loss of a Relationship'; offering tips, tools and strategies to get back on track. In the What's on Your Mind segment, Marissa talks soul-mates and shares her thoughts on the idea of being self-partnered. Finally, in the Fight of the Week, James & Marissa battle it out to determine i…
 
This week, the Dr. & the Mrs. talk about how to 'Regain Your Rhythm' when life has infringed upon your relationship; offering tips, tools and strategies to get back on track. In the What's on Your Mind segment, Marissa talks about conflict among the Royals, and helps us to understand that conflict is normal, natural and to be expected. Finally, in …
 
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