Transitions Tuesday
MyNDTALK - One Mission: Empowerment - Indred Alexander

Indred shares her path from little one to student, worker, wife, mom and then business owner. After a number of life's twists and turns -
Indred crafted her own life, her own goals, her own way of giving back to the community while growing her own professional and
financial security. An inspiring story for anyone who wants to go out on their own - and wonders if and how it can be done.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK  -  Loving in the Grown Zone - Alfred A Edmond

Feeling stuck in your relationship? Want to learn how to transition from ho -hum to healthy and grown? Too many people have surrendered to the belief that dissatisfaction, neglect, infidelity, abuse, disrespect, conflict, exploitation and betrayal are natural, normal, and unavoidable characteristics of romantic relationships and even marriage. Alfred A. Edmond Jr. and Zara Green say we are presented with a choice: relationships that  don't last and relationships that do - as long as participants are willing to endure suffering, mistreatment, and victimization, usually at the hands of one another. Alfred A Edmond, Jr. co-author of Loving in the Grown Zone offers a rejection of that thinking. ... Relationships are not a matter of luck or chance, but of intention, learnable skills and practices, and commitment to personal growth.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK - Grandparents As Parents - Sylvie de Toledo

Dr. Pamela Brewer talks with Sylvie de Toledo - Founder of Grandparents As Parents (www.grandparentsasparents.org) and two members of the organization, Sharon Jarkoff and Jacqueline Laird.  Grandparents becoming parents affects many women - many people. Listen to 3 stories about how to manage this complicated, multi-level relationship between grandparent, parent and grandchild.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK - Echo From Dealey Plaza - Part 2 – Abraham Bolden

The dream quickly turned sour. Bolden found himself regularly subjected to open hostility and blatant racism, and he was appalled by the White House team's irresponsible approach to security. In the wake of JFK's assassination, Bolden sought to expose the agency's negligence, only to find himself the victim of a sinister conspiracy. Abraham Bolden's story, The Echo from Dealey Plaza is the story of the terrible price paid by one man for his commitment to truth and justice.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK - Living A Blended Life - Samantha Waltz

Second and third marriages often succeed, which has led to increasing numbers of steprelationships--and all the ups and downs those relationships imply. In her conversation today, Waltz discusses the stories from writers who have found themselves in stepfamilies, whether by their own decisions or by the marriages of others. Many of the experiences highlight the shifting boundaries and structures of 'families,' including not only blood relatives and steprelatives, but also others who come to be considered 'one of us' through selfless actions and commitments.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK- St. Jude's Project - Catholic Charities – Kimberly Washington

When someone receives a diagnosis such as Huntington's Disease or another life-limiting illness - individual and family lives can change. How is the transition from one view of self to another managed? Enter Kimberly Washington, Lead Social Worker/Manager of the St. Jude's Project. The project supports patients and their families through the difficult decisions and emotions related to prolonged life-limiting illness. Under Kimberly's guidance along with the assistance of 4 much appreciated interns, clients are also assisted with the coordination of medical care, legal advice, as well as many other day-to-day community supports. For more information about this important program - 202-635-5951 St.JudeProject@CatholicCharitiesDC.org
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below

MyNDTALK - Sixty - Ian Brown

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
MyNDTALK - Sixty - Ian Brown

He is sixty. He is an old man. He is sixty he is still a young man. As Ian Brown's sixtieth birthday loomed, every moment seemed to present a choice: Confront, or deny, the biological fact that the end was now closer than the beginning. He was beginning to notice memory lapses, creaking knees, and a certain social invisibility--and yet, it troubled him that many people think of sixty as "old," because he rarely felt older than at forty. An award-winning writer, Brown instead chose to notice every moment, try to understand it, capture it . . . all without panicking. Sixty is the result.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK - The Next Happy -Tracey Cleantis

If you believe, you can do anything.' Although well-meaning, these intended words of inspiration can make us feel like failures. The reality is that no matter how positive our outlook or how tenacious our approach, our dreams simply do not always come true--and there is nothing we can do about it. When you learn to see what is truly in front of you - the world of options can open before you.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK - Future Tense of Joy - Jessica Teich

Bright and accomplished, with a loving family, Jessica knew she should be happy. But a violent childhood had left its mark. Jessica feared she would never be free of her past--until she discovered the obituary of a young woman, whose life was a ghostly echo of her own. Can Jessica discover what drove this brilliant young woman to kill herself? Will discovering the truth save Jessica from the issures tearing apart her own life?
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
MyNDTALK - A Short Path to Change - Jenny Mannion

Jenny Mannion joins Dr. Brewer to describe the techniques she used to identify and release old patterns and behaviors, navigate challenges, and stay in the present moment in order to maximize positive results. Intuitive healer Jenny Mannion shares her own transition to healing after years of chronic illness and demonstrates how it helped create her unique program. Whether your goal is to increase your positive energy, experience vibrant good health, or improve your overall quality of life, Jenny offers support and encouragement every step of the way.
To listen to this broadcast, click on the play button below
Page 1 of 12