What Your Momma Never Told You About Childbirth | Marianne Ryan | TEDxWilmingtonSalon







Pregnancy and childhood can be an amazing experience. Unfortunately there are ongoing physical problems that remain long after childbirth. Marianne explains why modern maturity leaves are too short and what recent mothers should do to ensure they fully recover a healthy body.

MARIANNE RYAN PT, OCS is a physical therapist, board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist and a mom. She has over 30 years experience treating pregnant and postpartum women in her Manhattan based physical therapy practice. Ryan is an award-winning author of the best-selling book, 「Baby Bod – Turn Flab to Fab in 12 Weeks Flat」 and is a former spokesperson for the American Physical Therapy Association. Marianne taught at Columbia University School of Nursing and New York University. She has appeared on dozens of national TV and radio shows and has been featured in Redbook, Fitness, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal. Marianne is passionate about helping women reclaim their bodies after childbirth and developed the online Baby Bod Coaching Program.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx



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F.D.S #121 – DEBRA ANTNEY – TALKS ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD & STARTS TEARING WHILE TALKING ABOUT HER DAD







On This Episode Of #FlipDaSCript, The Duo sits down with Debra Antney, for 3 hours & while filming a Tv Show, they touch on numerous topics, her childhood, her love life, her children & being in the music industry. BUT IN THIS CLIP, Deb gets into details about her father, growing up & the trials and tribulations of her childhood, while expressing the issues she went through. #PRESSPLAY



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The Truth About Growing Up Disabled | Dylan Alcott | [email protected]







Dylan Alcott wasn’t always a Paralympic champion. He grew up disabled, but it might not be what you think. In this engaging and funny talk, Dylan tells us what it’s really like growing up with a disability.

Dylan Alcott OAM is a Paralympic gold medalist, World Champion, Grand Slam champion and world record holder for both wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis. In 2008, Dylan won Gold at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic games at the age of 17, the youngest ever winner of a wheelchair basketball gold medal. In 2013, Dylan switched sports to wheelchair tennis, and in 2015 won his first grand slam title at the Australian Open. Dylan was born with a large tumor wrapped around his spinal cord, leaving him a paraplegic. He is a keen advocate for people with disabilities, and is an ambassador for the charities Starlight Foundation and Variety which help change the lives of kids with disabilities across the country. Dylan is also a music enthusiast, and is well known for his wheelchair crowdsurfing at music festivals.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx



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Time to Blossom: Accepting My Transgender Daughter | Elizabeth August | TEDxPasadenaWomen







Elizabeth August shares her story about the magnitude of a mother’s love. This young mom tells how she had to grieve the death of a son while simultaneously …



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Gary Opens Up About His Mom Leaving Him – A Million Little Things







Gary often uses humor to deflect serious issues, but Maggie has been pushing him to think about how his mother leaving their family in his youth has affected his relationships. Finally, Gary comes home and tells her the real story, with no jokes and no deflection. From 『mixed signals,』 season 2, episode 3 of A Million Little Things. Watch A Million Little Things THURSDAY 9|8c on ABC, streaming, on demand, and Hulu.



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