MyNDTALK - A Journey Through PTSD - Marc Raciti

"Retired Major Marc Raciti discusses his experience through Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a veteran of the United States Army. Marc talks about his journey, from the beginning of his realization there was a problem, to the moment he found the courage to get well.  His hope is that he will be able to inspire others to want to get well, and to help those who continue to suffer
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When he decided to become a pediatric surgeon, the field was in its infancy, struggling for esteem. Now, it is at the forefront of exhilarating new discoveries in everything from cancer research to mental health care. But few parents know how to access the best care for their children. ... Dr. Newman wrote this book and talks about guiding parents—not just of sick kids but of all kids. A deeply human story with a spectacular cast of young heroes and heroines, Healing Children will convince you that we still have a lot to learn from our kids. 
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Author Dr. Kelly Cresap takes a look at the psychological underpinnings of the long-running television series, Breaking Bad. "Among the edgiest of shows ever aired, "Breaking Bad" now faces an insidious new archenemy: being liked to death. On the one hand, people have settled for what’s impressive about the series while missing what’s unprecedented.  "A Love-Hate Guide to ‘Breaking Bad’" shines a flashlight on places even the most obsessive fans have overlooked. It crosses the spectrum from loving, to hating to provoke new ways into the series. Whether you are a fan of Breaking Bad - or never watched a drop - this conversation will tickle your brain cells! Don't underestimate the power of television!
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Many people believe that gangs are made up of violent thugs who are in and out of jail, and who are hyper-masculine and heterosexual. The Gang’s All Queer author, Vanessa Panfil, introduces us to a different world. Meet gay gang members whose gay identity complicates criminology’s portrayal and representation of gangs, gang members, and gang life.  Dr. Panfil shares the results of her research and understanding of how gay gang members construct and negotiate both masculine and gay identities through crime and gang membership.
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Brian's young life experiences certainly could have led him awry and did for a time. Drinking and drugs became a routine part of his young existence that he carried into adulthood.  Anything and everything could have gone wrong with his life and often did.  But he fought back. Hear his story and be encouraged.
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An urgent and powerful discussion with Larry Ruhl, author of Breaking the Ruhls.  Larry candidly discusses the painful and traumatizing reality of childhood sexual abuse, a scourge on too many neighborhoods, often hiding in plain sight. Millions of victims remain silent, buried under the weight of their own undeserved guilt, shame, and addiction. As an advocate for survivors of sexual abuse, Larry Ruhl discusses how only by sharing can we begin to heal. 
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Since the late Stone Age, approximately 10 percent of humans have been left-handed, yet for most of human history, left-handedness has been stigmatized. In On the Other Hand, Howard I. Kushner traces the impact of left-handedness on human cognition, behavior, culture, and health.
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Bill Fletcher, Jr., described as an "unyielding voice for justice" discusses the labor legacy of Dr. King - yesterday - today and tomorrow. ~~~
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Take time to listen to listen to today's conversation with the goals of Martin Luther King Jr., in mind - met? unmet?
Democracy Betrayed "An urgent wakeup call for a country in crisis, Democracy Betrayed is a timely and deeply important conversation" about the future of America.~~
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