Women's Wednesday
MyNDTALK - Bounce Back Better - Maya W. Tyler

After Maya W. Tyler - a young wife and mother - experienced the tragic loss of her husband, she felt the pain, depression, and anxiety that so often accompany a major loss. But years of grieving have finally brought her to a place where she accepts the changed contours of her life and embraces the future with hope and enthusiasm. Tyler's candid voice brings perspective and energy to the difficult process of grieving. This is a 'don't miss' conversation for anyone and everyone who has experienced loss.
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MyNDTALK – Philanthropy Advisor - Dr. M. Starita Boyce-Ansari

Starita Boyce-Ansari's expertise lies in many areas... philanthropy advising, strategic planning, fund development, and program design and evaluation. Starita has led a range of institutions through periods of growth and revitalization, culminating in organizational advancement, responsive philanthropy, innovative programming and financial stability. In today's uncertain times - Dr. Boyce-Ansari's guidance is particularly invaluable.
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MyNDTALK - A Song in her Heart - Maryanne Fiorentino

Adopted at an early age, moved to a new country, and experiencing significant mental health challenges, today Maryanne talks about her challenges, her joys and her singing career. You will be touched by her strength of spirit and the beauty of her voice!
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MyNDTALK - Healing Multiple Sclerosis - Ann Boroch

Even though MS is widely believed to be unbeatable, Ann Boroch, certified nutritional consultant and naturopath, has developed a breakthrough treatment protocol that is having dramatic results.

Ann describes how she cured herself of MS using complementary medicine, the real causes of MS, case histories of those who have triumphed over multiple sclerosis, and a comprehensive conversation about how to develop your own treatment plan.
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MyNDTALK - Creativity and Meticulous Talent - Marita Golden

Marita Golden, internationally known and celebrated - multi-talented, multi-faceted award winning author, essayist, lecturer, and so much more - joins MyNDTALK to discuss her life, her love of writing, and her upcoming novel, The Wide Circumference of Love - a story of an African-American family and their love and devotion in the face of Alzheimer's disease.
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MYNDTALK - Girl Walks Out of a Bar - Lisa F. Smith

Lisa Smith discusses her formative years, her decade of alcohol and drug abuse, divorce, and her road to recovery. Smith describes how her circumstances conspired with her predisposition to depression and self-medication in an environment ripe for addiction to flourish. When her close-knit group of high-achieving friends celebrate the end of their grueling workdays with alcohol-fueled nights at the city's clubs and summer weekends partying at the beach the feel-good times can spiral wildly out of control. Girl Walks Out of a Bar is a candid portrait of alcoholism through the lens of gritty New York realism. Beneath the faÇade of success lies the reality of addiction.
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MyNDTALK – Listen - Patty Wipfler

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
MyNDTALK – Listen - Patty Wipfler

Over the years, Patty learned that a key component of healthy parenting and a happy childhood, is the act and the art of listening. Patty discusses five simple, practical skills even the most harried parent can use. These tools will help parents strengthen their connection with their child and help build their child's intelligence, cooperation, and ability to learn as they grow. As you listen to Patty's conversation, you will learn many things, including:
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- Parents who regularly listen to one another's struggles, without judging or advising, often clear so much toxic emotion that their children benefit greatly. Learn these concepts and more as you listen to Dr. Brewer's conversation with Patty Wipfler!
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MyNDTALK - Leaving the OCD Circus - Kirsten Pagacz

By high school she was anorexic and a substance abuser―common "shadow syndromes" of OCD. By adulthood, she could barely hide her problems and held on to jobs and friends through sheer grit. Help finally came in the form of a miraculously well-timed public service announcement on NPR about OCD―at last her illness had an identity. Leaving the OCD Circus reveals the story of Pagacz's traumatic childhood and the escalation of her disorder―demonstrating how OCD works to misshape a life from a very young age―and explains the various tools she used for healing including meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy, yoga, exposure therapy, and medication."
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MyNDTALK - Befriending The Wolf - Milly Diericx

Milly Diericx nearly died in a full-blown Lupus attack. But she not only survived - she learned to thrive. In these pages, she reveals the keys to her survival, how she reframed what was happening to her, and the practical ways to alleviate common physical symptoms and emotions related to this disease. Milly offers a comprehensive guide to alternative methods of healing for this pervasive ailment. ... Milly has dedicated her life to trying alternative healing modalities, speaking clearly and honestly about them and their efficacy.
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MyNDTALK - Insight, Passion and Energy: - Dr. M. Starita Boyce Ansari

Dr. M. Starita Boyce Ansari is a blogger and leader in the field of philanthropy and nonprofit management with expertise in the areas of philanthropy advising, strategic planning, fund development, and program design and evaluation. Starita's successful turnaround management strategies have been featured in The Chronicle of Philanthropy. A champion for social justice, Starita's dedication and commitment to providing equal access to health care, education and economic opportunity led to her becoming a Leaders of Change, National Urban Fellow.
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