Broadcasts/Podcasts
Daniel A. Miller
The Gifts of Acceptance

"Recognizing the benefits of acceptance isn’t difficult. Yet the reality of accepting an unexpected job loss or financial setback, a friend’s betrayal, a child’s struggle with addiction, a serious illness, or even the annoying traits of a loved one can be extremely challenging. Daniel shares his journey.
Challenging? Yes! Rewarding? You decide!
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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.
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A medical degree. A wife. Children. A career. A full life. Things were good. He was happy with his life - but - he knew something was missing. 
And then he met someone - and then everything was different.
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As an NFL player - he felt on top of the world.  Until he didn't. When he left the NFL things changed.  An almost debilitating bout with depression could have been his undoing.  But! He is here today to share his remarkable story and all that he is doing to help young people. 
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Can art actually help alleviate feelings of burnout?
Dr. Shawn C. Jones thinks it can, and he uses Renaissance paintings as a framework to explain how medical professionals can manage fatigue. Through an appreciation of the beautiful world around us, we can reconnect with our feelings and experience gladness, anger, fear, sadness, hurt, and all the feelings that call you to full living. Your emotions are a reflection of your heart’s desire―don’t lose touch with them."
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Can art actually help alleviate feelings of burnout?
Dr. Shawn C. Jones thinks it can, and he
uses Renaissance paintings as a framework to explain how medical professionals can manage fatigue. Through an appreciation of the beautiful world around us, we can reconnect with our feelings and experience gladness, anger, fear, sadness, hurt, and all the feelings

that call you to full living. Your emotions are a reflection of your heart’s desire―don’t lose touch with them.
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Have you wondered what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms really are and how you or a loved one can help get treatment? There are over 20 suicides per day in the United States due to military-related PTSD, and it does not need to be this way, in this conversation, you'll learn why... 
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Who is this man who, determined to serve his country, went on dangerous missions, suffered a severe injury and still held to his dream? From early in his life, James Pierce knew two things.  He wanted to serve his country - and one day become a Park Ranger. With specialized training, courage and determination James Pierce has managed to do both.
(Photo: James Pierce at the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial NPS Photo)
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Columbia University (New York, New York) Professor Jeremy Dauber shares his journey as he traces the origins of Jewish comedy and its development from biblical times to the age of Twitter. ... Dauber traces the ways Jewish comedy has mirrored, and sometimes shaped, the course of Jewish history.  ...  origins of Jewish comedy and its development from biblical times to the age of Twitter. ... Dauber traces the ways Jewish comedy has mirrored, and sometimes shaped, the course of Jewish history.  ... 
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