Janice recounts the journey of an African-American woman from rural, segregated Mississippi through academia, corporate America, and politics. Dr. Ellis tells her story.  Learn how she triumphed even when, more often than not, the ugly realities of racism and sexism tried to deter her from achieving her well fought, well earned goals. Her story is an inspiration to all women of all hues. 
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MyNDTALK - Girls and Gangs – Dr. Dana Peterson

When we hear of gangs, we think of boys and men.  When we think of girls and gangs - we often think of them as girlfriends of gang members.  And while that may be a part of it, is that all of the story about girls and gangs? Dr. Dana Peterson shares her research and some startling truths about girls and gangs
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MyNDTALK - The Fix - Sharon Leder

Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Eight-year-old Sara Katz huddles under the covers, listening to her parents' muffled arguments and fighting the sleep that inevitably brings her bad dreams of her terrifying Shadow Father, a heroin addict. 
Is my daddy not a good father? Is it my job to fix him?
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The story is old - the story is new - the story is constant. Our capacity to see people through the lenses we create has, does and will continue to have a devastating impact on all of us. Ester Lawson was born in England and ostrasized because of her mixed race heritage. Learn about the 8 year old who was arrested and deemed a criminal all because Mum was Black and Dad was White.
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The obsession with food and weight is often a symptom of something deeper. Learn how to identify and heal the root causes so you can stop battling your weight and start enjoying your meals, your body, and your life—without succumbing to crazy diets or exercise plans. 
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When a disillusioned New York attorney decides to leave the law, buy a lipstick-red convertible, and hit the road, she doesn't expect to wake up in a hospital room with a malignant brain tumor and a prognosis of one year to live. Or that ten years later, she'll be competing in a grueling triathlon.
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What do you do when your partner of many years suddenly tells you 'I'm outta here!'.  After you allow yourself the grieving time that is right for you - you might make a decision to find a new love.  Today's guest discusses her experiences of looking for love online.  
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There was a time when Aimee's life was OK.  She decided she wanted something different for herself. But then life changed in ways she could never have imagined. Aimee Ross candidly takes us through her journey of despair, loss, trauma, and healing. Aimee proves that from darkness can come new light, new love, and a renewed purpose for life.
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In this gut-wrenching conversation of anxiety, loss and steadfast love, Lori shares her personal struggle to regain her relationship with her children severed by the Disconnection Policy of the church of Scientology.  As she discovered, she is not alone in her sad circumstance. Many other families have fallen victim to what Lori considers the manipulative powers of Scientology and its practice.
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MyNDTALK - A Bridge - CeLillianne Green
Poetic Primer On African and African-American Experiences
In what is both a conversation and a poetry reading you will meet CeLillianne Green - an author, a mediator, an attorney but above all, a powerful creative spirit with wisdom to share...

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