Broadcasts/Podcasts

MyNDTALK - On Pluto ¬- Greg O'Brien

Monday, September 17, 2018
Greg O’Brien, an award-winning investigative reporter, has been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's. He shares his ongoing journey in this story about living with Alzheimer’s, not dying with it. It is a story about hope, faith, and humor—a prescription far more powerful than the conventional medication available today to fight this disease.
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His beginnings were - let's say - typical of his time.  He had a mom and dad, siblings, school and friends.  Anthony says he was shy and not that attractive. But then things began to change. He discovered that singing was his friend.  What turned Anthony Gourdine into the world- famous Little Anthony of  Little Anthony and the Imperials? 
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Meet Chuck Green of Alpha-Maxx Healthcare Inc. Keenly aware of the importance and impact of the emotional, social, and physical health of pregnant moms on the delivery of healthy babies, Chuck has spent much of his lifetime working to save lives of the tiniest among us.  Dr. Green is making an important difference in the often-complicated world of maternal health care management.
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Has society's view of men changed? Is the male "role" in family and society now different? Or has it remained the same? A broad ranging conversation about the experience of parenting, particularly children of color, exploding social myths – and the importance of forgiving/healing self.
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A guide to personal and professional empowerment through civility and social skills by two White House social secretaries who offer an important fundamental message - everyone is important, and everyone deserves to be treated well. Part etiquette, part leadership, part personal empowerment, Authors Berman and Bernard offer a guide to developing social skills in order to build more successful relationships in life and at work.
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Rabbi Ben Kamin examines the diverse ways we mourn the death of a loved one. ...  Using his own experience of the heartbreaking loss of his father, he stresses the importance of not deferring the process of grieving at the risk of harming one’s physical, emotional, and spiritual health. An empathetic and simple spiritual guide that offers a path to acceptance and peace for those who must continue their life journey after a loved one dies.
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The most important things in life are our health and happiness. Yet most of us are neither healthy nor happy. We have been led to believe that if we think ahead and make the right choices, we can manifest our dreams. Yet despite our best efforts, we still have more disease and discontent than ever before. Is it possible that our essential ideas about life are flawed?
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Larry's story "... will resonate deeply with many who have experienced similar trauma, boundary violations, and abuse within the family, and struggle with the emotional and psychological effect. Ruhl mines his own experiences with sexual confusion, shame, PTSD, addiction and recovery, marital issues, career struggles, and therapeutic breakthroughs, while offering vindication on a range of issues and demonstrating it is possible to heal and thrive.
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John Allcock talks about the important things parents may wish they had been able to teach their kids, but couldn’t ― because they never learned them, or only learned them later in life. John says:Don’t be ruled by the tyranny of events.Pain is unavoidable; suffering is optional. We live in a sea of uncertainty ― but we already know how to swim. Don’t treat the present moment like it’s a shabby motel room.
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The streets of Brooklyn, New York became his first stage as he gathered under the street lamps to harmonize with friends, who later on became known as The Imperials. A teenage heart throb, he set the radio world on fire with his smooth, savvy voice that could sing three octaves and a falsetto. From the Friday afternoon sock hops, to touring Europe, Anthony's music has endured five decades. Today Anthony remains a thoughtful, seasoned performer. Little Anthony and the Imperials!
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