Broadcasts/Podcasts
Tackling one of life’s great mysteries, Rabbi  Kamin examines the diverse ways we mourn the death of a loved one. ... Using his own experience of the 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. Rabbi Ben has created 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 die​s.
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The pace of modern life leaves little time to truly connect with our partners, yet the need for good communication is greater than ever before. During this conversation, you will learn how to communicate effectively through structured practices. You'll learn simple ways to keep the lines of communication open, become a better listener, understand and avoid your own and your partner's triggers, and solve common problems.
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No man is perfect; there is no such human. However, there are some men that you want to be on the lookout for.
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Post-Partum Doula Nataki Lee rejoins MyNDTALK to continue the conversation about the short and long-term emotional benefits to baby and mom when a post-partum doula is present. 
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In this self-help conversation with a difference, Dr. Kieran Settiya confronts the inevitable challenges of adulthood and middle age, showing how philosophy can help you thrive. You will learn when you should be glad you made a mistake. and you will be introduced to philosophical ideas about mortality. You will learn that living in the present is perhaps the best way to solve a 'midlife crisis'.

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Have you ever wanted relief from feeling discouraged? Worried? Irritated? Locked in habits that ultimately harm you? These negative states - depression, anxiety, anger and addictive habits--are the common colds of mental health. Like mild physical illnesses however, they can cause much distress and, if left untreated, can lead to worse difficulties. Listen to Dr. Heitler and learn to help yourself feel better. 
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Whether it is the loss of a parent to death or divorce; bullying; alcoholism or drug abuse in the home; mental illness in a parent or a sibling; neglect; emotional, physical or sexual abuse; having a parent in jail; or growing up alongside domestic violence, nearly 75 percent of us experience adversity by the age of 20. But these experiences are often kept secret, as are our courageous battles to overcome them.

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When we hear of gangs, we think of boys and men.  When we think of girls and gangs - we often think of them as girlfriends of gang members.  And while that may be a part of it, is that all of the story about girls and gangs? Dr. Dana Peterson shares her research and some startling truths about girls and gangs. 
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You might be worried about being a parent. Perhaps you are a parent. Maybe you never want to be a parent. You might be the person who desperately wants to be a parent.  Regardless of where you are/are not along the parenting spectrum - the notion that teens and parents battle seems to be a given.  Author and family therapist Neil D. Brown assures parents there are tools and methods to calm the potential storm. 
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Winners are not born. They learned how. You can learn how, too.

Winners don't have more stamina. They just have better ideas. They don't have higher IQs. They just have a great strategy.

People think that winning is meant to be hard. And, if they can't hack it, then they believe the good life is not meant for them.

Rabbi Baars explains that the reality is quite the opposite. 
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