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If you had heart disease, cancer, or another physical malady, would you let it run its course, or would you treat it? Physical illnesses can cause you to be less happy, less focused on the task at hand, and less productive. They can lead to increased absence from work or poor job performance. We seek treatment to feel better and to be happier and more productive, so we can live our dreams. Why is it then that when the illness is related to emotional, mental, or relationship factors that cause similar outcomes, we are more likely to hide and deny it, hoping it just goes away?" Does this make sense
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If you had heart disease, cancer, or another physical malady, would you let it run its course, or would you treat it? Physical illnesses can cause you to be less happy, less focused on the task at hand, and less productive. They can lead to increased absence from work or poor job performance. We seek treatment to feel better and to be happier and more productive, so we can live our dreams. Why is it then that when the illness is related to emotional, mental, or relationship factors that cause similar outcomes, we are more likely to hide and deny it, hoping it just goes away?" Does this make sense? 
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Listen - and learn ways to change your experience of parenting. (1) You don't have to reward or punish willful children to get them to cooperate.  (2) Aggressive kids are frightened kids, and there are simple tools to ease their fear so they don't need to lash out.  (3) Your willingness to just listen to crying or tantrums often is enough to heal a child's fears and hurts. (4) Safe play during which your kid becomes the boss can reveal his hidden feelings-- and heal them too. (5) Parents who regularly listen to one another's struggles, without judging or advising, often clear so much toxic emotion that their children benefit greatly. 
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MyNDTALK - Says Who - Ora Nadrich

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Many of the obstacles people face, are the result of their own negative thoughts holding them back. Often those thoughts don't even originate within them; they're the ideas or opinions of someone else---a critical parent or angry spouse, for instance---which they believe without questioning to see if they're even real or true. Since thoughts create beliefs---which then create behavior---negative thoughts are dangerous things to leave unchecked. You must question them, challenge them.
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How can you reconcile yourself with the lives you will never lead, with possibilities foreclosed, and with nostalgia for lost youth? How can you accept the failings of the past, the sense of futility in the tasks that consume the present, and the prospect of death that blights the future? In this self-help book with a difference, Kieran Setiya confronts the inevitable challenges of adulthood and middle age, showing how philosophy can help you thrive.
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Caring for an elderly family member can be overwhelming. But fulfilling life experiences are still possible for both caregivers and their loved ones, despite the stress and fatigue of caregiving.  In today's conversation, best-selling author Ann Kaiser Stearns explores the practical and personal challenges of both caregiving and successful aging. She couples findings from the latest research with powerful insights and problem-solving tips to help caregivers achieve the best life possible for those they care for―and for themselves as they age. 
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Learn to recognize the opportunity to pursue life’s true purpose and to embrace it both professionally and personally. Listeners will realize that profound success, down to the core of their soul, is achievable."
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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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