Dr. Levette Dames discusses the findings of her study looking at the impact of positive versus dysfunctional thinking and spirituality on breast cancer patients and their recovery.
And October is National Career Month. Our guests, Carol Minnis, Head of Guidance Counselling, C.V. Bethel Senior High, and Cpl. Leonardo Burrows, Police Training College, discuss the importance of children being encouraged to have and pursue their own career goals and dreams – even if those differ from their parents’ goals. But we also discuss the need to balance this with the realities of the career deficiencies and future needs of the country, and to encourage today’s youth to pursue careers to fill those specific posts.
Plus, “In the News”, reaction to the govt.’s detailed outline of all the associated costs for January’s Gambling Referendum – all except for the costs of payments to the foreign consultants hired ahead of that poll.
We also talk about American actor/comedian Craig Robinson; his arrest here in Nassau after being found in possession of marijuana and ecstasy, his fine of only $1000, and his ridiculous claim that he didn’t know ‘weed’ was illegal in The Bahamas.
We discuss Works Minister DPM Philip Davis’ “explanation” as to why New Providence has been allowed to become overgrown with weeds and bushes.
And we talk about Cable Bahamas’ legal action against URCA over the regulator’s decision to deny requests to increase basic cable TV rates.
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