Friday: On The Psychological Side
What can a fully impotent, chemically survivor of two cancers and his post-menopausal partner possibly share about sex, intimacy, and relationships? Everything! - including a world filled with extraordinary emotional, sexual and spiritual intimacy most couples cannot even fathom possible. 
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​MyNDTALK - A Guide to Self-Care​ - Dr. Jeffrey B. Rubin

Discover how to cultivate the garden of relationships while nourishing your true self. In this crazy, chaotic world, we desire lasting intimacy: a close and deep-rooted relationship with someone who cherishes us—or, indeed, with ourselves. But too often being in an intimate relationship means we have to compromise or lose, vital aspects of our personalities. How can we avoid sacrificing our own self-care to get the love we want?
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MyNDTALK - Winning in Family Court - Toby Kleinman

When domestic abuse and children are involved, divorce and custody can be the epitome of high-stakes conflict and frustration and all too frequently protective parents lose custody of their child to a named abuser. Domestic Abuse, Child Custody, and Visitation helps mental health professionals, attorneys, and lay readers navigate the judicial process so that decisions are truly made in the best interest of children. Toby Kleinman reveals how the puzzle pieces of the judicial process fit together -- judges, attorneys, mental health experts, children, spouses -- and how to overcome many of the obstacles they will confront along the way. Toby Kleinman & Daniel Pollack have created an essential read for mental health professionals and lay people involved in divorce and custody, family court judges, family law attorneys, and mental health professionals involved in domestic abuse and custody matters.
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MyNDTALK - Living with a Loved One's PTSD Shock Waves - Cynthia Orange

Cynthia Orange and her husband Michael discuss their journey and the journeys of others who have learned to live with the challenges and scars of trauma and the "shock wave" effects of PTSD.

An important book, a powerful conversation, and an important resource!   Pamela Brewer Executive Producer/Host Transitions
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MyNDTALK - I Have a Purpose - Carmen Ashe

Carmen has always been a fighter. She fought to escape the control of her dominating father, carried the dark secret of an abusive family member, and was beaten by a boyfriend who would rather see her dead than let her go. Her mother can’t protect her, and Carmen knows that she is the only one who can save herself.

All that changes when she meets Tony. From their first conversation, they know that they’ve found something special in one another. But when a confrontation with a family friend sent Tony to prison, Carmen was forced to make a difficult choice. Would she give up the love of her life, or risk everything to save her marriage?
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MyNDTALK - The Secret Lives of Introverts - Jenn Granneman

Jenn Granneman discusses the 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.

MyNDTALK - Zentivity - Marianne Clyde

Thursday, October 5, 2017
MyNDTALK - Zentivity - Marianne Clyde

Why is it then that when illness is related to emotional, mental, or relationship factors that cause similar outcomes, we are more likely to hide and deny it, hoping it just goes away? This doesn't make sense. If we simply addressed the issues up front and learned techniques to help ourselves and our employees overcome them, we would see direct results in enhanced job performance, a more positive outlook, and focused productivity. ... Marianne Clyde offers clear strategies that are easy to understand and implement so that you can see immediate results in your workplace: better relationships and performance, as well as increased productivity.
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MyNDTALK - On the Other Hand - Dr. Howard I. Kushner

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.

In this comprehensive history of left-handedness, Kushner asks why left-handedness exists. He examines the relationship - if any between handedness, linguistics, and learning disabilities, reveals how toleration of left-handedness serves as a barometer of wider cultural toleration and permissiveness, and wonders why the reported number of left-handers is significantly lower in Asia and Africa than in the West. On the Other Hand tells a comprehensive story about the science, traditions, and prejudices surrounding left handedness.  Indeed, in many ways - On the Other Hand is a metaphor for all the isms to which we allow ourselves to fall victim.
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MyNDTALK - Healing from Hidden Abuse - Shannon Thomas

Within every community, toxic people can be found hiding in families, couples, companies, and places of worship. The cryptic nature of psychological abuse involves includes mind games played by one individual or a group of people. Psychological abuse leaves no bruises. There are no broken bones. There are no holes in the walls. The bruises, brokenness, and holes are held tightly within the target of the abuse." One of the painful components of psychological abuse is the harmed person's difficulty with finding support both from within and without. Without physical scars to 'prove' the abuse - the abused person often has trouble identifying the abuse and/or getting the support so needed and deserved. This conversation will serve to broaden your understanding of the existence of different kinds of abuse in its many forms.
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Child/Teen Suicide & The Internet - Dr. Loretta Brady

It is critically important that parents and children wisely and diligently monitor internet usage. In a world where we are inundated with social media options and multiple "games" to be played - be mindful not to allow your child or yourself to be caught up in a childhood game that could ultimately lead to death! Do not underestimate the potential for a negative internet experience.  Learn the signs and behaviors of which to be mindful – protect yourself - protect your children. Please.
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