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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"This is my challenge. now Go out and do something For somebody with special needs. And i don't mean necessarily volunteer for an organization. You know somebody who has got some special needs in their life hang out with them cheat him like a brother assisted them. Bren and i think you can met. We can make a big difference in and if one person proves to me that They've they've followed up on that. I will feel like a champion. Like i did something really worthwhile. Roy you know and the other thing is these. These kids have eight. It's an unlawful end. Never ending unlimited com ability for compassionate. Love they have a lot to teach us absolutely amazing. So you know what. I'm to tell you something funny. So are at one of the middle schools. We have here. John panera is from newark. And i do you know him under the guise jumping era. Okay i could close my eyes. And i feel like i'm talking to him right now because you guys sound so much alike favorite people at a actually. We just went into the studio. He actually recorded the third book for me. We did it in his studio so yeah because he lives about ten minutes from my house and he's just absolutely amazing and do you. Did you see his announcement that he's going to be taken over a leg of A label in nashville. Well good for him. I know that's what he wants to do right. But you know. I think he'll i think you do a great job at it. He's he's he's a super guy so well i wish you great success him and we are A little over time. But i'm i'm happy with that Please consider coming back whenever i if avenue books to talk about or just to have more conversation about this stuff. Because i think it's really important to keep continual having these conversations and again you know. We touched one person. And maybe they'll touch the next person and carry it down the line but ince up because no matter how difficult it seems. Sometimes it's not at all. Yeah so let's do it again. Let's come back on and just keep having these conversations. Because that's that's a big part of it is having those conversations absolutely. I appreciate your time here. Wish you great success and thank you for today. Thank you so much. I really appreciate being here in this opportunity. Mary elizabeth jackson folks. The book is called a series called the pool issue series. I didn't even ask her about. I know she talked about. She said the you know silly name for kids but Whether there had been any because my initial reaction was thinking about winnie the pooh and a wonder if there was any initial reaction from the folks at disney. About just that word but that is really really small potatoes in the conversation. I'm glad we had the conversation with it but I hope you got something out of that. Hope you check the books out and Again if you have Children with special needs in life adults with special needs in your life You know please take fresh that..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"It's really hard to see those sometime. Some people sometimes people can't find a blessing anywhere at all. But what where's your power in this. Where do you have control. where do you fit. What is your purpose here. One of the greatest gift we ever have in life is to be able to raise a child. And i and i say that with compassion for people who cannot have children But they may be able to take care of someone else's child were Maybe they have a a niece or nephew. They can help with or they ended up. Adopting the being in that place of nurturing a human being into the world to help them grow up to be able to give to the world and not take away is is a very powerful place to be. Sure your Your empathy with people. Who can't have children. But i think that's also another careful that you have to just kind of look while you might have been part of your plan to have children but it's not part of god's plan for you if if If you believe in god or whatever the universe is not lifespan. So that there are other ways you can adjust to that and still have A fam- a a parental relationship Adoption or through teaching or whatever that. That's just another curveball. That i think we have to just. And i know it's a really tough lesson to say while this an not say. Wow this sucked. This happened to me and and refrain that now while this happened to me. Now what can i do was it. And how can i grow with it now. Can i learn from it is. It's really hard lesson for all of us to learn at any aids makes you tougher and it makes you stronger does in. It's the it makes it builds those blocks of a build says box up inside of you. That make you who you are because it's easy to quit quitting a super easy right accepting the challenge in finding out..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"The that experience of wondering how how a child experiences the world weather special needs are not Just so it would seem to be a challenge for an adult it just to to be able to write you know. Sometimes it's hard enough to have conversation with the child never mind never mind right for them specifically I think it's because i have a son you know i. He's eight years old now and there's been eight years of being in that world immersed in learning helping in growing and so it's i guess that's why it's easy for me at this time now. If i decided twenty years from now to try to do this. I i don't know that it would have the same effect or even be close to the thing you know what i mean. Is it fair to say that. This was not when you were young. I mean really young at high school and an aspirational college. Whatever those years where you're kind of looking at your life and and thinking how it's gonna turn out what you wanted to do with. Your life is fair to say that. This was not part of the plans. It's very fair to say. I had no clue no clue at all. I had no clue. I would have children that had disabilities. I mean when. I got married in ninety three. I was told i couldn't have children so we didn't have kids for seven years. And so my children are miracles. All three of them. And i did lose one. All three of my kids were complete miracles so that to me changes a lot of changes things for me. My job is a mother and apparent is is different and i take it seriously. It is my job as law. I m being author an entrepreneur and you know a live streamer in an advocate. All of those are very important to me But no my you know. I love psychology. And i loved up. I was a dancer. From the time i was three until about twenty four i group in orlando my first job. I dance at disneyworld. That was the direction. I was going singing dancing acting film tv. That's where i was going. Well my first job was at disney world too and it just it was just open when what you there. I worked in the magic shop Doing magic tricks to help sell magic tricks. So the magic citing all my god. You have no idea how exciting. That's that's all of this story. I'm responsible for the fbi rating disneyworld. Thank you But the reason. I asked about your your life plan. I think the reason so many families break up or are extremely stressed about this. When whenever.

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"This in my home. I get to experience that live in that world every day. So i get to see what what works in what what helps were doesn't help. I mean i'm not perfect at any this. But i've taken my own experiences and research and things that i personally think are important to to add into all of that to be able to write about things that are helpful or engaging or educational You know because even the child who is non verbal still needs to understand social skills right so we have to teach them that. I was working on an e book series It's with an organization out in california. We've not gotten past the first book yet in had an illustrator thing. But it's the keys excellence instead. The first one. I'm writing about his integrity will. Integrity is even challenging to teach typical get so. How do you talk about integrity to a child who is non verbal or they have a low iq. So you have to. You have to be creative and learning what to do and how to be able to engage in an en- communicate with somebody on that you know so all of those things come into play and i tried to go into that place of Feel like to be a child. You know whereas the child's understanding what makes them what makes them tick. What makes them who they are. You know that wonder of that age is just. I think it's way more fun than the grownup world. Kind of way too serious. I agree but it's hard for me to get back into that mindset which and to be honest I think we've had one other Author of children's books on here but they weren't really focused on children with special needs and so for to write for chill. I don't think i would be able to do it. And and i've been writing my whole life for for adults. Even when i was a kid so i if it would be a real challenge for me to write for child because i just i..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Them out and And hang out with them just to have some kind of normalcy in his life but it was frowned upon by the people who are in charge of taking care of him when they found out where we were taking root taking them to bars and stuff but he wasn't. He wasn't getting involved in bad things he was just joined the band and socializing with people and dancing and being treated like a normal person would wanna be true. Just a regular guy people in look at him. Always jason's autistic. Oh jason part of the band is part of their entourage. And so i thought that was a good thing but the the people in charge of taking care of them did not agree with that and don't want him going out and i think that's a big problem for us. Is that a lot of the people who are in charge of a and and charged with The care of people who are have these conditions later in life Don't recognize that real need for them to feel uman normal and part of everybody's life and not different Even though they have special needs in not they're not different. They're not they shouldn't be treated as as somebody who can't go out and have fun with adults is own aids even though he doesn't look at their own age can't can't do math. Problems are in can't You can't write an essay on the same level. They can that that doesn't mean he shouldn't be able to enjoy the same lives that they can't get your your take on that. What do you think we were doing the wrong thing by him by taking him out. No i don't think so. At all. I mean i can understand them being upset if they thought he was getting drunk. And you know some kind of trouble mischief. I understand him. Being upset to get drunk watson and ten years i have to. They went to kenya's but he regretted. And i think that was a lesson. He learned on himself that he would never let that happen again. You probably thought it was like in spongebob. 'cause my my my kids are theater. Give my girls that we just got spun. Fall the musical which is really funny. But you know there's the song the best day ever than probably was his song in his head you guys but you know. I think where there were in that the the caregivers are at is that that stigma still of it's right or wrong. There's that judgement they're in. Our society still does that. If you come into the world elihu shorter than the other limb or your face looks a little different or you can't walker you can't talk. It's judged as wrong and it's not wrong it just is what it is is so how do we work around this. What can we do. How can we teach this person. I mean my middle daughter I to non verbals. So i was like okay. How and a teacher her alphabet. Because she can't say the words she would talk like this metric That's daughter talk and we thought it was cute own language. And she's the okay mommy that was about it right This is for him. You anything right so we were like. Oh that's kind of cute. She has her own language. You know should we thought you'll grow out of it. But i didn't realize how far behind she was that she was developmentally delayed because i could see some genius than what she was doing..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Then educate yourself because then you're more empowered when you know what's really going on and then when you can see the things that might be used to help that child that's just gonna only i can't do anything else but in power you right well you would hope you would really hope but yeah i mean you know i had. We had that ribbon cutting last week. And just touching on what you're talking about. A one of the directors a for autism tennessee. There were gonna. She was going to come to the ribbon cutting for the sensory room and she messaged me and said you know. I can't come because i can't get a babysitter for my daughter and her daughter is older but she still requires hair. Full-time care when mom's not there so this stress is probably an understatement. All the families. And i know many families with with children of special needs Only one Managed to stay together. And i thought that was a real real tragedy. But i understand the stresses that can cause that too often though it's it's In my opinion. And it's very sad to say this but too often i. It's a blame. It comes into one parent blaming the other for this situation. I wanna ask you about something that is probably of a higher calling than either of your you you you are. I can kind of Talk about but it's on my mind because of a political i column i read this morning where It's all about why. Why so many people believe in conspiracy theories in lies and stuff like that and it it. It started out by saying we're told lies from birth and big lies. All allies apparent fetus with lies but one of the ones. It pointed out which i thought was really curious that people believe that. Everything happens for a reason we're taught that and There's something good in something to be. Learned some some reason. This situation happened in our lives. I don't want to say to us. It happened in allies and we need to react to it. Adjust to it. Learn from it grow with it. I think that's an important thing but the author was was saying that is a ball why it's not necessarily it's totally untrue. Which i kind of i gut level. It hurt me to to hear that. Even though i think i suspect they might be onto something there. I do feel like all the things that happen to us. In in in our.

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"But i have a friend who's a comedian and he talks about this stuff because people react to the language and our work that he used but he right away he uses it with the intent to get people to react and say oh really you care about those people so much the other with you tonight. I'll come how come you didn't take him out with you tonight. How come in part of your circle. How come they're not part of your world. How come you. Don't take them to social gatherings. With and i think that's important for children so you'd mentioned i don't want my kid playing with them because i don't want to catch. It's so important for quote unquote normal children to play and socialize with autistic and down syndrome children and people with all sorts of disabilities to kind of accept them and let them first of all feel like they're wanted normal part of part of society. Just one another person which is what they really wanna feel deep inside that. I'm not an outcast. I'm not different. I'm not so different that you can't. You can't be like mayo. Be with me that moderate and then they so. I think it's healthy for the people who aren't who are affected by a condition as it is for the people who have that condition gray absolutely a hundred percent. I mean it caught so might each one so my too oldest have had children that have you know either artfully autistic or non verbal or. Something in there classrooms when they were young so it taught them to have that understanding and compassion and it taught them to be helpful. You know the teacher took turns having the children help. Whatever child it was that needed help and kids like to feel important. But it's also important for a Okay so my little guy like he didn't even understand how you put legos together right and we take for granted. A child can understand how to put a toy together. He didn't know how we had to be taught how to do something. So they can be in classes a nets the purpose of having the integration of the. You know children that are typical. Non typicals By societies verbiage in the classrooms together so that they can you know they can say okay so this is what i do with a lego..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Proud of that will have some positive effect on the world You know the library here. my eight year old son and i the first tuesday of every month. He wasn't with me today to do it. But we've gone and we do. These live videos now with our local library and we do either a craft or a science project experiment. It's easy enough for any child to do and we try to use things that are at home that you know you don't necessarily have to go out and buy but you could get them easily if you need. They're easy for all children to do Because children u. We learned from nine different avenues in our life and we we For child all that tactile stuff in all feeling in the sensory in that visuals in everything helped him learn if they can't learn one way they can actually absolutely learn a different way. Just kind of put all that together. But you know things like that. Are i think we need more of things like that for kids but having my son there it shows other children. What he's doing okay. I could do that to you. Know or i want to do that as well. And so We've been through a mini. He's been in the he's been in. Ot speech therapy since he was eighteen months old and he's eight and he still going strong in those in that world And i come in therapist Because they really can make such a great difference in a child's life but you know my grandmother she would. She was a religious woman. She would take my mother and put her in the car. In on sunday she would drive into the poor areas of where she lived and she would go into different homes and the men who were drunk she would go in there and she would make a pot of coffee and feed them breakfast and drag him to church. She was a kicker little tiny. Greenie was so. I just love that about her and my mom grew up. She would stay in the car. Because this would have been in the nineteen forties and.

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"It is absolutely terrifying to let that child go out into the world. And someone take care of your child for you and talk about helicopter. Parenting in psychologists and therapists. You know really are very the. There's the negative talk about being that kind of parent but you put yourself in the shoes of a child who cannot tell you happening to them and tell me that you would do something differently than being more of a type of helicopter parent because this is your child and so i. Unfortunately my daughter in our family have had the experience of someone abusing our child in a public school setting okay. It's not something. I talk about very often but it is the truth and it went on for eight months because my child could not explain to me what was happening at that time so when i tell you these things happen in why they're ever allowed to happen ever. I do not understand. And when you're a person who has that ability to affect law to change to write law why would you not stand up for something like that. Well i think a lot of people like me I applaud what you do. And i wish i had more power. We get frustrated. I think part of this isn't for everybody who doesn't get involved and try to try to make the world better place in anyway. But i think a lot of us just feel really frustrated that anything we try is basically what we feel. Powerless rollers to make a change palace to have any influence on things that the whole world should recognize our our problems. We need to solve. But we end up For one reason or another just letting ideologies whatever it is getting the way of having constructive conversations about things and then taking action. You know anytime you talk about any kind of legislation. That's going to be opposition. Whatever it is even if it's the noblest causing your mind and you know you're doing the right thing. There's gonna be a line of people waiting to resist you and stop it..

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"You want all children to feel welcome to come. And so that's gotten a lot of I would say press in in Attention and so for my community. Where i live we have a lot of advocates here and so i think those conversations we just have to keep having them you know. Don't you think we have to keep having that we have to keep educating people you know i have another show that i do that's a special needs. Tv and part of that is to provide that information resources in interviews and I have a doctor that i want to interview. And so he can talk about all the data and research that he's done. You know that that just bull give people more information and and really these platforms that we have. The technology is just fantastic. It's way that we can reach people all over the world you know. I'm i agree with you that it's it's great that we can. We can reach. I don't feel like. I have any influence on anything i mean the more i do this and the more You know. I make myself feel good about the conversation with bringing to light and getting some exposure to ideas like this. But then i look around. I feel really frustrated. It came up the other day in basically a very different conversation that a guy who was his name was forest river susana by mental. Which is kinda funny name. I love it. He sounds like an after your forest rivers. I said wow you have. Your parents must add a really But we were talking about my whole thing is is is the the divisiveness that we have where we can't even have conversations about things that matter without turning really ugly and i just tried to use whatever influence i thought i might have to get people to turn off People that wanna think for you Ideas on television cable. tv news. i think is really device. But just get away from that. And start critically thinking for yourself. And i haven't seen and even in my listenership and the people who write to me and in the chat rooms and all that stuff doesn't feel like i'm making a dent and that feels really frustrating you feel like you're making Progress with with sharing this information and not just sharing it but that it's resonating and people are Kind of not engine. Not just word. Play saying yes. We agree with you but demonstrating that they actually get it that. That's really that's really tough and you've hit on a really important subject and and your feelings about it are very validated. Because it's true. I mean you feel like you make some headway and maybe you've touched one person or two people or five people and that's better than nothing but there are those times you feel like okay. You're banging your head against the wall. I mean i began and this will relate to what you're talking about. I began a journey in two thousand ten. My world was changed forever in two thousand eight two thousand nine with my middle daughter. So i have to. I have three kids in two of them. Were non verbals okay And so there was something that happened in the years. Two thousand eight two thousand nine to my middle daughter. That set me on a different path is an advocate in slash mama bear okay and i began in two thousand ten on a journey of trying to get cameras in classrooms to protect children. Now that has been an uphill battle that the mountain. You can't ever reach the top. And i actually just recently Sent an email trying to get that conversation started. Can we get this on the agenda for next year to even be considered talk about. We have five states now in the united states who do have legislation and bills for cameras in classrooms. I do think the cameras need to be. There is a parent of a nonverbal child..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"They are why they're made the way they are. They're made for specific reasons. All of us are in like you said we're all better than just okay. We do have those powers strength inside us instead. That's one of the one of the next book that have coming out is all about that about kids who were heroes. You know how we all have superhero inside of us. Feel like we're making an. I know that's kind of like a very broad question but when you look at us society today do you think we're making any progress in this area of some ways we are. I think some ways we are seeing so much happened in our world not just with the pandemic but with so many issues being brought to life and to light. Excuse me. I believe that there are. We have areas in places where yes more awareness is happening. you know. Kids are not going to all of a sudden. start coming into the world in like a cookie cutter. You know just like a certain way and there's no issues as gonna keep happening so we as a society world have to grow and change with what's happening and the in our children that are coming in because they're our future so we've got to prepare them and get them ready. I i would say locally what you know when you are a this is part of your life. One of the best things you can do is become an advocate. An advocate for this out into the real world and in your community And i'll give you an example. So i partnered with our local library here and what we've done a conversation that started back last year you know. She turned into the library. Sensory friendly now. We've created an area of resources for families to come in if they are looking for services for a child or someone in their family or someone. They know you know those. The that information material is there. That's available for them to find answers hopefully Or lead them to something that might find answers for them and then we have just opened a sensory room mike last wednesday. We just cut the ribbon with the mayor and the chamber president and the board of directors for the library. And so we have. We have a sensory room for children now the library..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Not the middle grade. Reader cheers from heaven. You mentioned my bio. And that's more for kids ages. Eight to twelve this series here starts with little little tiny ones you know and then it goes to toddler in this goes into elementary school and about accepting who you are no matter how you came into this world because you're not broken even though the world thinks you're broken and so it's very important for us to teach our children that if you came in with some kind of disability you're still okay you're still okay and one of the most important things in the world for a child is to note there okay. Even if somebody on the street said they're not or somebody at church or somebody in their school or one of their peers. You know that's their opinion. And that's their problem. Because really you know your your design the way you are when you come into this world and Each has i am statements in there I'm a big believer in starting that language out really young children and helping them to feel empowered early on in the third book. That just came out june second. Oh the wonder of me. That one is all about the corky. Weird awkwardness of being a child at that age. Like four to eight and the silliness of it is well. I really think it's important to to right from the viewpoint of a child so that you can talk to them in their own language because then they learn and they they're going to be more engaged than if we talk down to them you know that's just not are not should be designed that way But in the third book. I spent some time in the back of that book explaining how i've used my life. How empowering i feel that they are have taught my children and then i have written some in there for adults to start that conversation with their children and use them for themselves as well so Our early understanding of processing of emotions. I think is so so important. Me to And thank you for doing that. and i understand that you had personal Something to to gain in doing that for your but it's it's still a great thing that you doing. I want to Challenge you a little bit. It's not in a bad way. Because you and i agree that You know you wanna make everybody feel okay but i think better than okay I have a high functioning and Can you do yourself. Yes awesome And i also volunteer a lot to a lot of Stuff with different groups and performed at a school that was only for autistic children and children with down syndrome. And i'm going to start crying now. Like a big city Crime with you. I was playing the song that i wrote called Nobody else's like me and the the whole idea behind you're not okay. You're not okay. You're better than okay. You're gifted you'll everybody has a special gift in something that celebrate and it's really a very simple song. It's very dumbed down for children. Make it easy melody. Remember for children to really grasp onto..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"The pharmaceutical companies are interested in using his books in the video for education for children because each book focuses on something You know ones that. They'll think the latest ones all about vaccine so he did do all the research and he did you know he did get in touch with the medical medical association to get that legit correct information for children so He no i think what he's doing is really amazing. The fact that he has got that connection and that the pharmaceutical mcdermot and visor are interested in what he's doing in his focus. Really amazing so. That's super interesting. And i i would love to even have that conversation with anybody and i don't wanna go there today about the whole this because i feel like there's a double edged sword there I agree that it's great to be able to Educate children in that kind of way and Glad that somebody with some money is behind it. But when i hear the pharmaceutical companies i just think about you know. It's so much dirty money there that it. It's kind of a weird. Gotcha me like yeah. I would do that But they'd have to be some stipulations on where the moral ground would be an exactly It's it's like taking money from from the mob some way deal with pharmaceutical company but interesting stuff to make a deal So what what is the What really motivates and inspires you to write for children Well heart of it comes from my son. He he is you know the a lot of the inspiration is from him and the situation that we have with him. I am also special needs Especially disabilities advocate here in where i live and Ambassador advocate for autism tennessee. So i had him very very late in life and there were some problems and there were problems near the end for him and for me as well and they i was really born out of that period of time of recovery that he survived an ice survive so it literally was kinda i jokingly say i.

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Welcome in mario's with jackson to the minute tv podcasts. Very elizabeth welcome. Can i call you mary. Lily yes you know why. It's funny because when i was looking to do the author name and everything. There were mary. Jackson's that no mary-louise jackson size at all right. That's what i'm doing because we you don't to be. You know all the way down at the bottom of the list for people to find you so you know one of my and i complain about a lot of things. I think i'm a natural blonde complainer. But one of my biggest complaints about doing this job is people with names that are hard to pronounce. Now your name is not hard to announce. But i bet you There's a phone book full of mary jackson's -olutely. I know i was trying to make things easier. I kinda gone with impurity period jackson. D one of those author. That people do but i did not so well. There's a thing three names makes you a very important person One name makes you a super important person view just by. Mary and everybody knew who they were talking about that. Would that would mean you. Like you know. On on the cher madonna jesus and gandhi level one to get divorced like that so and there are a lot of mary's in the world. It's a very common name a lot of mary's in my family and love elizabeth's in my family. My wife is elizabeth anyways so much for the name game silly way to start the program Do i have it right. Do you do a. I don't want to call it..

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth jackson" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Acres and contains over one hundred seventy thousand people. It split into western in eastern internment. S- the list of long-term residents here. It's actually pretty impressive. And some of them provide excitement. Even in death karl marx. The german philosopher is buried here and his gravesite is prone to regular and vicious attacks once in the nineteen sixties. Someone painted yellow swastikas on his massive. Greg greg stone which is topped by a bronze bust of him with a message. That said marks is a nazi lover. In doors adolf eichmann comb on people. The guy was jewish. And the nazis were will before his time and another instance someone set off a pipe bomb at the gravestone and actually made a failed attempt to cut the head off of the bust. The cut can still be seen to this very day. What is wrong with people. I mean i feel like. I asked myself this question far too. Often i digress data if we were to look at the northwestern wooded area this is the original form at the cemetery first opened in eighteen thirty nine as part of a plan to provide the area with seven. Large modern cemeteries that would of course be called. Hold on wait for it. The magnificent seven these would be located around the outside of central london. The graveyard said tach to individual churches had long been unable to deal with the amount of burials and got to the point where the deceased were being handled with disrespect architect in entrepreneur. Stephen geary can actually be thanked for the overall design. In case you were wondering a may twentieth eighteen thirty nine highgate. West cemetery was dedicated to saint james. But the reverend charles james bloomfield the lord bishop of london fifteen acres were consecrated for the use of the church of england in two acres. Were set aside for dissenters writes a barrier were sold for either limited period or in perpetuity. The first burial was elizabeth jackson of little windmill street. Soho a may twenty sixth highgate like the others in within the magnificent seven soon became a fashionable place for burials and was much admired and visited the victorian attitude toward death and its presentation led to the creation of a wealth of gothic tombs and buildings. Now it occupies spectaculars south facing hillside site slightly downhill from the top of the whole of hiking itself next to wallow park in eighteen fifty four. The area to the east of the original area across swain's lane was bought to form the eastern part of the cemetery. Both the cemeteries are still used today for. Burials but these areas are closed to the public. Most of the open unforced at area in the east cemetery still has fairly few graves on the cemetery. Grounds are full of trees shrubbery wildflowers. Most of which have been planted and grown without human influence. The grounds are e. haven for a multitude different birds and small animals.

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