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MyNDTALK - Shift Towards Love and Success - Deborah Sandella

Emotions are invisible, taken for granted and dismissed much of the time--a paradox given they are some of the most powerful forces on Earth. Deborah Sandella uses cutting-edge neuroscience research and her revolutionary Regenerating Images in Memory (RIM) technique to show how blocked feelings prevent us from getting what we want, and she introduces a process that bypasses logic and thinking to activate our own emotional "self-cleaning oven." Learn how to let go of old feelings and traumatic memory at a deep, cellular level makes people feel and look younger, lighter, more energized, and less burdened.
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MyNDTALK - Balancing Act – Dr. Adele Ryan McDowell

This is a must listen conversation for anyone who finds themselves in the midst of a balancing act or 2 or 20! Learn to broaden your view,
recast your expectations of yourself. "Balancing Act is an indispensable resource for handling stress and strain. It is practical, comforting, and humorous mind-body wisdom ... you will find reflections, meditations, and coping strategies grounded in psychoneuroimmunology, cognitive behavioral, transpersonal and positive psychologies, big picture spirituality, and humor to help you make it through the day - as well as the night.
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MyNDTALK - Change Your Relationship with Anxiety - Georgia Dow

Georgia's expertise in the treatment of anxiety is filled with understanding and steps you can take right now. Georgia Dow, MA, has over 20 years of experience in teaching and counseling. With degrees in Psychology and Education, a Master's degree with Distinction in Art Therapy as well as two-time Canadian Jujitsu Champion, Georgia specializes in treating anxiety and stress management for both children and adults at The Montreal Center for Anxiety and Depression.
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MyNDTALK - Inherited Family Trauma - Dr. Mark Wolynn

Even if the person who suffered the original trauma has died, or the story has been forgotten or silenced, memory and feelings can live on. These emotional legacies are often hidden, encoded in everything from gene expression to everyday language, and they play a far greater role in our emotional and physical health than has been understood.
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To Fool the Rain 
Haiti's Poor and Their Pathway to a Better Life: Steven Werlin

How many of us understand a life in which $1.25 per day per person in a household is 'only' considered poor? It is those who have less than that - the ultra-poor - with whom Steven Werlin says he has 'the privilege' to work. Steven is able to be a part of the growth and sustenance of many of the poorest women in the world.

To Fool the Rain thoughtfully chronicles Steven Werlin's journey with Fonkoze, Haiti's largest microfinance organization. The Fonkoze mission is to provide financial and non-financial assistance to its clients in order for them to move from ultra poverty to self-sufficiency 
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MyNDTALK - Preparing Your Child For The World Ahead - Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek

In just a few years, today's children and teens will forge careers that look nothing like those that were available to their parents or grandparents. While the U.S. economy becomes ever more information-driven, our system of education seems stuck on the idea that "content is king," neglecting other skills that 21st century citizens sorely need.

Dr. Hirsh-Pasek offers solutions that parents can implement right now. Backed by the latest scientific evidence and illustrated with examples of what's being done right in schools today, this book introduces the "6Cs" collaboration, communication, content, critical thinking, creative innovation, and confidence along with ways parents can nurture their children s development in each area.
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MyNDTALK - End Excessive Worry - Kathryn Tristan

We all worry. It's a natural part of living. A biologically built-in mechanism, worry was designed to help us. Where do we go wrong? For millions worldwide, worries are eating away at our sense of security, our feelings of well-being and ultimately downsizing our happiness while supersizing our stress. We are worried about our jobs, our families, our relationships, just about everything. Hear from scientist and ex-anxiety sufferer Kathryn Tristan about her conquest over her own excessive worry.
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MYNDTALK - Post Traumatic Growth Jim Rendon

Most survivors of trauma--whether they live through life-threatening illnesses or accidents, horror on the battlefield, or the loss of a loved one--can suffer for months, even years. But recently, psychologists have discovered that PTSD, or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, is only a piece of the whole experience. With the right circumstances and proper support, many trauma survivors also benefit after a terrible experience. They emerge stronger, more focused, and with a new perspective on their future.
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MyNDTALK - Make Your Life Your Own - Karen Casey

Karen Casey shares her story and the story of others who have suffered from codependency. Based on the insights and tools she's discovered during her many years of sobriety to address codependency, Casey discusses the steps of detaching from a bad situation: admitting the attachment, surrendering the outcome, forgiving, and focusing attention on what works. She describes how to pay attention,= be aware, and take care of self while letting others -- husbands, family, and coworkers--become accountable for themselves.
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MyNDTALK - 7 Steps for Health, Love and Success - Dr. Deborah Sandella

Emotions are invisible, taken for granted and dismissed much of the time, quite a paradox, given they are among the most powerful forces on Earth. Emotions can inflame wars, induce death, inspire invention, and control stocks. Deborah Sandella uses cutting-edge neuroscience research and her revolutionary Regenerating Images in Memory (RIM) technique to show how blocked feelings prevent us from getting what we want, and she introduces a process that bypasses logic and thinking to activate our own emotional "self-cleaning oven." Using imagination, color, and shape to visualize feelings and get straight to the root of longstanding problems, she teaches us to move destructive feelings such as fear, anger, hurt, resentment, and envy out of the body. Letting go of old feelings and traumatic memory at a deep, cellular level makes people feel and look younger, lighter, more energized, and less burdened.
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