Broadcasts/Podcasts
Dr. Travers teaches us that from very early ages, some at two and three years old, trans children find themselves to be different from the sex category that was assigned to them at birth. How they make their voices heard—to their parents and friends, in schools, in public spaces, and through the courts—is the focus of today's conversation.
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If you are interested in working toward creating a healthier more meaningful life, this is the conversation for you.  Creating a life worth living by balancing acceptance and change can go far in experiencing the life you deserve.  This practical conversation for the emotionally sensitive person offers an easy way to track emotions and behavior and monitor your progress. 
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He was one of the young victims (most of whom committed suicide) in the notorious Boy Scout sexual abuse case that rocked Boston in the mid - '80s.  Eric Schneider is a survivor of ... abuse, alcohol and cocaine addiction, industrial poisoning, and a life of crime as a member of the infamous Whitey Bulger organized crime syndicate. At one time a professional bank robber, he is now a successful building contractor.
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“As I looked back over the landscape of my life, and the many setbacks I had endured, I saw that every loss also offered a gift, even if I didn’t recognize it at the time. Whenever I was called upon to loosen my grip on some cherished part of my life, I was consequently given the opportunity to start again, to create a new something of value . . . every ending carried the seeds of possibility, a chance to start over.” — Janine Shepherd

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She worked on a kibbutz in Israel, reported on uprisings in Central America and a financial crisis in Mexico, dodged rocket fire in Lebanon, and grieved the loss of her first husband,  who was killed only ten months after their wedding.
Even after her second marriage, to a U.S. diplomat, all the black-tie parties and genteel “Ambassatrix School” grooming in the world could not protect Lynda Schuster from the violence of war.
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There is one simple, yet powerful, question you can ask yourself. If you listen carefully to all your answers - truly listen - you can change your thinking, your life, your future. 
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A discussion about a mother’s sudden loss of a child and the impact on the family includes the true story of author and psychotherapist Dr. Gail Gross.  Gross discusses the successful navigation of transitions—the endings and beginnings of life. Dr. Gail also offers strategies for dealing with profound grief, and living beyond a devastating loss. 
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Just the thought of Alzheimer's strikes fear in the heart of many.  Somewhere between the myths and the fears, between research supported fact and fantasy lies hope and energy for an expanded understanding of this dreaded disease and what you can begin to do today to fight back!
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Caring for an elderly family member can be overwhelming. 

Ann Kaiser Stearns explores the practical and personal challenges of both caregiving and successful aging.

Stearns couples findings from the latest research with powerful insights and problem-solving tips to help caregivers achieve the best life possible for those they care for―and for themselves as they age.
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Learn how to improve your wellness and happiness.  Atherton Drenth explores ways to cut energy cords with negative influences around you, make your living spaces more peaceful, and fill your life with abundance. By changing your inner dialogue and the harmful beliefs that may have been ingrained in childhood, you can live the truth of who you really are. 
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