Broadcasts/Podcasts
With thoughtful consideration and understanding how to pay attention to what you already know, you can transform your relationships with colleagues, friends, all within your sphere! "Daniel Burrus, author of The Anticipatory Organization, teaches you how to separate the Hard Trends that will happen, from the Soft Trends that might happen, allowing you to jump ahead with low risk and the confidence certainty can provide. Accelerate innovation and actively shape the future—before someone else does it for you!
 
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Using real-life stories, scientific concepts, and awareness tools, Nancy Shapiro challenges the constraints of inevitable change and turbulent events with clarity, compassion, and choice.  Shapiro discusses such subjects as fierce self-care, power and conversation, and the difficult task of connecting with others when faced with our thousand-fold differences―providing convincing evidence that people stuck in fear or indecision can experience profound insights, break harmful habits, and move into their own wisdom by letting go of old beliefs. Nancy encourages listeners to reimagine and renew their lives and their place in the world by transforming patterns within thoughts, language, and behaviors―one person, one family, one community at a time.
 
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Girls in Gangs Dr. Dana Peterson

Thursday, December 7, 2017
Dana Peterson teaches and conducts research in the areas of youth violence, youth gangs and gang prevention, delinquency treatment, and sex/gender issues in delinquency and gang involvement. She is an Investigator on the “Process and Outcome Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training),” a multi-site longitudinal evaluation of a school-based gang prevention program." Dr. Peterson talks today about the existence and impact of girls in a gang.

 
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When he decided to become a pediatric surgeon, the field was in its infancy, struggling for esteem. Now, nearly forty years later, 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. Far too many find themselves frustrated and afraid.

Dr. Newman wrote Healing the Children to help guide parents—not just of sick kids but of all kids —and to share his knowledge of what children need to thrive. A deeply human story with a spectacular cast of young heroes and heroines you will be convinced that we still have a lot to learn from our kids.
 
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Bonnie Compton "provides guidance for mothers to reflect and dig deep to discover what is important to them from their own perspective. Only from that space can a mother discover how to be the best, most authentic parent for your child."  Learn the art and practice of being a truly wonderful, peaceful parent. 

 
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An introvert guide and manifesto for all the quiet ones—and the people who love them.  "Is there a hidden part of you that no one else sees? Do you have a vivid inner world of thoughts and emotions that your peers and loved ones can’t seem to access? Have you ever been told you’re too “quiet,” “shy,” “boring,” or “awkward”? Are your habits and comfort zones questioned by a society that doesn’t seem to get the real you? If so, you might be an introvert."
 
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Since the publication of Dr. Webb's first book about CEN Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect, many thousands of people have learned that invisible Childhood Emotional Neglect, or CEN has been weighing on them their entire lives, and are now in the process of recovery. Running on Empty No More: Transform Your Relationships will offer even more solutions for the effects of CEN on people’s lives: how to talk about CEN, and heal it, in relationships with partners, parents, and children.
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MyNDTALK - Healing From a Narcissistic Relationship - Margalis Fjelstad

When a relationship with a narcissist ends, the caretaking partner is often left confused, deeply hurt, and often still emotionally connected, while the narcissist seems to easily move on to the next relationship. Learn what to expect as the relationship unravels and how to cope with the fallout.

Presenting techniques for healing and rebuilding self-esteem and self-confidence, Dr. Fjelstad discusses the importance of developing emotional strength and encourages forgiveness and reconciliation with the past. Dr. Fjelstad also offers ways to increase emotional self-protection, quit caretaking in relationships, and become more independent and self-loving. Understand how ending a relationship with a narcissist may be the best thing that ever happened
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MyNDTALK - Grief and Recovery - Candyce Ossefort Russell

Loss can be brutal. Grief can be agonizing. And when you're grieving, everyone has an opinion \ about how you're supposed to make your way through the experience of loss. Even you might have ideas about how your grief process ought to go. Almost everyone thinks there's a correct way to grieve. But that's simply not true. What is true is that our society is death-phobic, and our collective fear of facing death and loss perpetuates some hurtful falsehoods about grief, like "grief takes a certain amount of time," or you need to do specific "grief work" to be okay." Candyce shares her personal journey and professional experiences during this conversation on MyNDTALK.
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MyNDTALK - Nurture the Wow - Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg

Every day, parents are bombarded by demands. The pressures of work and life are relentless; our children’s needs are often impossible to meet; and we rarely, if ever, allow ourselves the time and attention necessary to satisfy our own inner longings. Parenthood is difficult, demanding, and draining. And yet, argues Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, if we can approach it from a different mindset, perhaps the work of parenting itself can offer the solace we seek.
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