Mission to Mobilization: Sheila Ford Murphy

Sheila Ford Murphy, CEO of Mission to Mobilization LLC, is dedicated to transforming individuals and communities by facilitating returning citizen re-entry, community integration and leadership development. Join this powerhouse of a woman in her efforts to grow the acceptance of so many of our citizens who for years have been mistreated and undervalued.

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The Money Queen's Guide - Cary Carbonaro

We all have a unique relationship with money. We strive for financial security to support our family, ensure we can retire comfortably, create independence separate from our partners, and along the way, buy some nice purses. As much as we are motivated to make money, we often do not consider the crucial relationship between what we do today and how it WILL impact our life tomorrow.
Learn how your emotions impact your financial decisions.

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The Science Behind 12 Step Recovery  - Dr. Joseph Nowinski

Twelve Step programs reportedly have been central to staying sober for millions of people around the world. But there was no science to the awareness. Today's guest, Dr. Josepeh Nowinski discusses the scientific  research and his own project - MATCH_ to explain how/why 12 step programs work. While 12 step programs have long since become a part of the fabric of our society - today's guest will teach you the science that explains how it works!  
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From the Child to The Caretaker

Aisha Jones is the primary caretaker for her mom who has Alzheimer's disease. One day, Aisha was living her life in another state, and then --- with almost lightening speed - Aisha and her brand new husband began their transition back to her home of birth and a completely different life. Learn about Aisha's life, the decisions she made and the life she lives today. And share resources if you have any.

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Unhitched: Dr. Judith Stacey
 
Countering the one-size-fits-all vision of family values, Judith Stacey offers readers a lively, in-person introduction to these less familiar varieties of intimacy and family and to the social, political, and economic conditions that buttress and batter them. 
Taking on prejudices of both conservatives and feminists, Stacey poses a powerful challenge to the belief that the nuclear family—whether straight or gay—is the single, best way to meet our needs for intimacy and care. Stacey calls on citizens and policy-makers to make their peace with the fact that family diversity is here to stay.
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Learn Mindful Eating : Dr. Nicholette Martin

Learning to eat differently without starving your body or your wallet is Dr. Nicholette Martin's approach. ... As the obesity epidemic continues to rage out of control and the number of people developing metabolic syndrome increases, more and more lives are at risk. We need to have a different relationship with food and what we call fuel for or bodies.
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MyNDTALK - The Power of Ideals

Thursday, December 31, 2015
The Power of Ideals

Authors William Damon and Anne Colby discuss The Power of Ideals and present a different vision, supported by a different kind of evidence. They examine the lives and work of six 20th century moral leaders who pursued moral causes ranging from world peace to social justice and human rights. Using several cases to illustrate how people can make choices guided by their moral convictions, rather than by base emotion or social pressures, authors William Damon and Anne Colby explore the workings of three virtues: inner truthfulness, humility, and faith. Through their portrayal of the noble lives of moral leaders, the authors argue that all of us--with ordinary lives--can exercise control over important life decisions and pursue ideals that we believe in.

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A Journey To Be Better - Dr. Eric L. Johnson

This conversation is intended to provide a guide to exploring a more meaningful life than we otherwise might have in its absence. There is no short cut to embarking on a journey that leaves the world better because we were here.  ... Hopefully this conversation encourages a pattern of inquiry that leads the listener to experience life with a joy that resonates from within. It is the intention of Dr. Johnson to support the finding of a deep sense meaning and peace that exists totally unconnected to the material world.
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Psychiatric Trauma & Survival - Dr. Annita Perez Sawyer

On The Other Side 
Glimpses into aspects life that may not appear to have a mental health impact - but! absolutely do.
Today's look 'on the other side of Psychiatric Trauma



In 1960, as a suicidal teenager, Annita Sawyer was institutionalized and misdiagnosed with schizophrenia. She suffered through a total of 89 electroshock treatments before being transferred, labeled as 'unimproved.' The damage done to her—and the questions left unanswered—have haunted her life ever since. And yet today Dr. Sawyer, a graduate of a prestigious university, is a well known and well respected psychotherapist. Smoking Cigarettes, Eating Glass is the chilling story of Dr. Sawyer's life and recovery  in her own words. 
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Doctor - Why Did I Get Sick?

This conversation is a must listen for professionals, teachers, parents, and healthcare providers. Dr. Roger Washington discusses how lack of sufficient sleep affects how we feel, how we think, and how we can stay healthy. ... For 30 years, Roger W. Washington, MD has studied why people get sick when they do. It turns out the cause of sickness is rather simple. In Lack of Sufficient SLEEP MATTERS: Decode The Root Cause of Your Illness, Dr. Washington gives the listeners the tools to understand why sickness often occurs after "stressful" circumstances. - How lack of sufficient sleep is the
cause of diseases such as migraines, IBS, PMS, fibromyalgia, and neuropathy. - How the onset of diabetes, which is supposedly genetic and environmental, could be delayed or even prevented with proper sleep patterns. A fascinating conversation to be sure!

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