Friday: On The Other Side
MyNDTALK - Conquer Your Stress - Dr. Kathy Gruver

Kathy Gruver discusses the history of the stress response and how it affects us today. Learn practical tips for decreasing the body's reaction to stress and how you can use simple techniques to increase your health by lessening your tension. This conversation is a treasure trove of easy methods you can do at home and also gives a multitude of choices of professional therapies you can incorporate into your life. 
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MyNDTALK – Schizophrenia - A Parent's Perspective - Doris and Morgan

There is so much that is both known and unknown about the experience of Schizophrenia. The Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance is doing much to educate while providing hope and support. Those who are often in the unspoken background of this illness are the parents - the caregivers. Meet Doris and Morgan - two parents – two different households - two different sons - whose daily lives include their staunch support and devotion to their children who live with schizophrenia. After listening to their stories, visit sardaa.org for more information, resources and support.
MyNDTALK –[ Schizophrenia - A Parent's Perspective - Doris and Morgan

There is so much that is both known and unknown about the experience of Schizophrenia. The Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance is doing much to educate while providing hope and support. Those who are often in the unspoken background of this illness are the parents - the caregivers. Meet Doris and Morgan - two parents – two different households - two different sons - whose daily lives include their staunch support and devotion to their children who live with schizophrenia. After listening to their stories, visit sardaa.org for more information, resources and support.
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MyNDTALK - Cancer Survival - Dr. Stan Goldberg

When someone says "I have cancer," what will you say? More importantly, what will you do? In Loving, Supporting, and Caring for the Cancer Patient, Dr. Goldberg offers specific ways of going beyond the response of "I'm so sorry," and practical behaviors that will ease a loved one or friend's journey. Based on Stan's own cancer journey, thirty years of counseling and coaching people living with cancer and their loved ones, and as a bedside volunteer in four hospices over eight years, Stan shares poignant accounts of clients and patients, personal reflections, and age-old stories filled with infinite wisdom.
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MyNDTALK - Wired for Dating: - Dr. Stan Tatkin

Everybody wants someone to love and spend time with. Searching for your ideal partner is a natural and healthy human tendency. Just about everyone dates at some point in their lives, yet few really understand what they're doing or how to get the best results.  Psychologist and relationship expert Dr. Stan Tatkin offers powerful tips based in neuroscience and attachment theory to help you find a compatible mate and go on to create a fabulous relationship.
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MyNDTALK - Parents Can Learn to be Screenwise - Dr. Devorah Heitner

Are you worried that children are addicted, detached, distracted because of their digital devices? Digital Expert Dr. Devorah Heitner believes that technology offers huge potential to our children—if parents help. Dr. Heitner explains that parents have gained wisdom throughout their lives that is relevant and an urgently needed supplement to children's digital savvy. These skills can help set children up for a lifetime of success in a world fueled by technology. Children need mentoring, not just monitoring!
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MyNDTALK  - The Heart & Science of Yoga - Dr. Leonard Perlmutter

The American Meditation Institute founder Leonard Perlmutter shares his extraordinary knowledge of the world's oldest and most practical mind/body medicine. Leonard gently leads the listener to a realization of the profound wisdom and power that already possessed. Leonard shares wisdom, teaching stories from the world's great spiritual traditions, breathing practices, techniques for accessing intuitive wisdom, and more. As modern medicine rediscovers and systematically documents the physical, mental and emotional benefits of Yoga, millions of Americans from all walks of life are incorporating the timeless practices of this ancient science into their lives. Whether you are a beginner or a long-time student, Leonard provides loving support and valuable insights to advance your understanding, deepen your practice and nurture your Self-transformation. Yoga Science promises that through the process of personal experimentation you too can access an inner reservoir of creativity to make every relationship rewarding no matter what.
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MYNDTALK - The OCD Circus - Kirsten Pagacz

It's like the meanest, wildest monkey running around my head, constantly looking for ways to bite me." That was how Kirsten Pagacz described her OCD to her therapist on their first session when she was well into her 30s--she'd been following orders from this mean taskmaster for 20 years, without understanding why. Initially the tapping and counting and cleaning and ordering brought her comfort and structure, two things lacking in her family life. But it never lasted; the loathsome self-talk only intensified, and the rituals she had to perform got more bizarre. 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 -The Skeleton Code - Ken Massey

Early in life, we learn to exaggerate our positive personal qualities and hide or deny what we consider our failures and weaknesses. The Skeleton Code is a satirical look at the many ways we protect our public personas by closeting our personal secrets, an ultimately self-deluding way of life. As a parody of the self-help "success" genre, this conversation presents facetious strategies about how to cover up our silly and scandalous secrets before turning to The Skeleton Cure.
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MyNDTALK - Vibes From The Screen - Bob Moss

Bob Moss introduces the listener to the elements of film, filmmakers' techniques, and how to find the meanings portrayed. This fun and dynamic conversation will teach you about the use of sound, light, colors and more. From these glimpses, you will gain a better insight into recognizing the themes communicated through the images and sounds of a film. The proven result is greater film enjoyment.  

Whether a beginner or an experienced viewer, Bob Moss, author of Vibes from The Screen, will add to your appreciation of film and tools used to influence your perceptions. In other words, learn to view your favorite film with a thoughtful, critical eye!
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