Thirty-eight million men are marching into their retirement years largely unprepared for what aging really entails or what to do with the next twenty-five years of unprecedented longevity gifted them by science and medicine. Boomers, of course, believe that they will conquer this stage with exercise, attitude, and nutrition. As their problems and defeats multiply , however, aging men and I are one of them now discover that they are lost once again in an unknown land longing for another great story to guide them home." Author John C. Robinson.
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Marianne Clyde’s Zentivity provides a fresh look at a serious and growing problem in the workforce: stress. Her innovative and simple tools for addressing stress and emotional triggers get right to the core of an issue. I tried one of the exercises and in an instant, I released an old belief that I hadn’t even realized was active. I felt great. Anything that helps us gain balance and calm and to communicate effectively is a tremendous asset. I encourage everyone in the business to use these tools. They work!— Shari J. Goodwin, Business and Leadership Coach, Founder, Jaeger2
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MyNDTALK - The Sun Is Gone - Jodee Prouse

Wednesday, December 20, 2017
This is not a partial glimpse of addiction—it is the whole story. It begins with a violent childhood that bonded two children together forever, perhaps setting the stage for what was to come. Jodee’s younger brother Brett became an alcoholic. And she the sister of an alcoholic.

With extreme candor, no shame, and in the hope of helping other families get help for themselves as well as their loved ones, Jodee Prouse sheds a bright light on the often-disturbing reality of the progression of alcoholism and what goes on behind closed doors.

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Within every community, toxic people can be found hiding in families, couples, companies, and places of worship. The cryptic nature of psychological abuse involves repetitious mind games played by one individual or a group of people.

Psychological abuse leaves no bruises. There are no broken bones. There are no holes in the walls. The bruises, brokenness, and holes are held tightly within the target of the abuse." Shannon Thomas discusses the very possible experience of healing. 
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If you grew up with an emotionally immature, unavailable, or selfish parent, you may have lingering feelings of anger, loneliness, betrayal, or abandonment. You may recall your childhood as a time when your emotional needs were not met, when your feelings were dismissed, or when you took on adult levels of responsibility in an effort to compensate for your parent’s behavior. These wounds can be healed, and you can move forward in your life. ... By freeing yourself from your parents’ emotional immaturity, you can recover your true nature, control how you react to them, and avoid disappointment. 
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(When will I be good enough?)

"Have you ever wondered, “When will I be good enough?” Like millions of other women, educator/author Barbara Jaffe was faced with that question, but for her, as a “replacement child,” the barriers to acceptability were higher than for most of us. Barbara, like many others, was born to fill the vacancy left by her little brother, who died at the age of two.

Barbara tells the multitude of listeners who have been “replacement children” for many reasons, that they, too, can find hope and healing, as she did.
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MyNDTALK - Defiant - Janine Shepherd

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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 anew something of value . . . every ending carried the seeds of possibility, a chance to start over. —Janine Shepherd
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MyNDTALK - Midlife Kieran Setiya

Monday, November 13, 2017
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MyNDTALK - Compassionate Caregiving - Cynthia Orange

In a time when tens of millions of people provide care for family members, older adults, and people with special needs, we should all be experts at it. Instead, we often struggle with caring for others while taking care of ourselves. Cynthia Orange shares valuable care suggestions throughout—from how to navigate difficult conversations to what contact numbers to post on the refrigerator." This conversation is a must - listen for you and those you care about.
MyNDTALK - Achieving Love and Wholeness - Cheryl Rice

A compelling memoir recounting one woman’s journey through grief and a profound feeling of bun worthiness to wholeness and healing. It begins with the sudden death of Rice’s mother, and is followed by her foray into the center of mourning. With wisdom, grace, and humor, Rice recounts the grief games she played in an effort to resurrect her mother; her efforts to get her therapist, who she fell desperately in love with, to run away with her; and the transformation of her husband from fantasy man to ordinary guy to superhero."  Cheryl's is a stunning story filled with hard truths, wisdom and warmth and hopefulnes
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