MyNDTALK - Being White - Debby Irving

Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Being White Debby Irving learns that her view of the world, based on her experiences of being white were very different from the truth
of the world in which she lived. Debby says "As I unpack my own long-held beliefs about colorblindness, being a good person, and
wanting to help people of color, I learn how each of these well-intentioned mindsets actually perpetuated my ill-conceived ideas about race." This might just be the conversation you share with your friends who "just don't understand."

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Healing the World   One Conversation at a Time : Dr. Mark Goulston

World renowned psychiatrist and thought leader Dr. Mark Goulston joins Dr. Brewer for a look at methods of dismanteling the power of negative talk and negative behavior for the betterment of a nation intent on peace vs. harm.
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Holistic Approach to Stress Management - Paul Huljich 

The modern world is a breeding ground for stress; it comes in many forms and has a variety of causes, but any kind of stress can greatly inhibit life and take a serious toll on both body and mind. For the growing number of people wishing to free themselves of mild, moderate, or severe stress, this conversation with Stress Pandemic's author Paul Huljich's will offer hope and new ways of thinking. Paul outlines a practical and effective approach to beating stress and achieving complete wellness. Huljich's strategies address the underlying habits and tendencies that cause stress, and he offers a comprehensive lifestyle solution designed to promote both
physiological and psychological strength and balance.

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 Emotional Survival for Caregivers: Dr. Barry J. Jacobs

Caring for a parent whose health is in decline turns the world upside down. The emotional fallout can be devastating, but it doesn't have to be that way. Empathic guidance from an expert who's been there can help. Through an account of two sisters and their ailing mother--interwoven with no-nonsense advice--Dr. Jacobs helps family members navigate tough decisions and make the most of their time together as they care for an aging parent. Jacobs urges readers to be honest about the level of commitment they're able to make and emphasizes the need for clear communication within the family. While acknowledging their guilt, stress, and fatigue, he helps caregivers reaffirm emotional connections worn thin by the routine of daily care. Perhaps it is time to stop trying to do more than you can - and make a decision to do what you are able. 

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Compassionate Friends: Beverly Hill and Kevin Wanzer

This re-broadcast is a request from many of you who have lost a child and wish support in your grief and your days ahead... The loss of a child is something no one should ever have to bear...and yet so many do.  This conversation with two who have experienced this pain will inspire you and reassure you — that even in the darkest of days... there exists compassionate friends.

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Healing When Healing Seems Impossible : Dr. Paul Coleman



Dr. Coleman offers a sensitive approach to overcoming loss. "Behind every tragedy and loss lies a tranquil reality just waiting to be found.   Learn about the Four Paths of Transformation--acceptance, inspiration, release, and compassion--to move past your suffering and discover inner peace. Learn to evaluate your current emotional state and how the hardship has impacted your life. With his guidance and insight, you will learn how to transform your pain into positive thinking, find perspective through charitable acts, and hone in on what you need to do to step into a brighter future. Whether mourning the loss of a romance, health, a loved one, or coping with any of life's upheavals, this conversation will help you to begin your own process of healing.
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Blended Families : Samantha Waltz

95 million adults have a step relationship according to a 2011 report... Blended explores stepfamilies from the inside out through the perspectives of thirty writers who know what it's like first hand. Sometimes funny, often poignant, and always deeply personal, the stories in Blended capture the essence of stepfamilies in all of their weird and wonderful varieties. The journeys range from the first encounters between new step-relatives, to marriages, honeymoons, daily experiences, and divorces." All of these stories are woven together by editor, Samantha Waltz - who also shares her  personal blended experiences with Dr. Brewer - today on MyNDTALK
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Easing Re-Entry For Returning Citizens: Sheila Ford Murphy

Sheila Ford Murphy is the CEO of Mission to Mobilization LLC - Transforming individuals and communities by facilitating returning citizen re-entry, community integration and leadership development.  Sheila authored The MTM Experience; simulating the life of a returning citizen and Resourced & Released; resourcing men & women released from incarceration. Meet this caring, compassionate CEO and learn about the path she took to do the work she felt called to
do.With a background in planning, fundraising and organizationaldevelopment, she has leveraged her expertise both locally and in service in India, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Mexico, helping individuals, communities and organizations develop the means for transformation. Some of Sheila's domestic efforts include working with the White House Faith-based Office of Community Service and several Minnesota-based community development projects.

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Compassionate Friends - Beverly Hill & Kelvin Wanzer

The loss of a child is something no one should ever have to bear...and yet so many do.  This conversation with two who have will inspire you and reassure you - that even in the darkest of days... there exists compassionate friends.



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Moving Through & Moving On: Tracey Cleantis

After multiple fertility treatments and years of hardship in her pursuit to have a child, Tracey Cleantis was forced to face this reality head-on. Yet, through this process and her work counseling hundreds of clients through the loss of their goals and aspirations, she discovered one simple truth: Sometimes there comes a time when the smartest, healthiest, and sanest thing to do is to let go of The original plan in order to find a new way forward toward happiness. And with this critical shift, a world of possibilities opens up to us. New,tangible dreams take shape.
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