Suicide Recovery
Join Dr Pamela Brewer in a fascinating discussion with Kevin Hines, one of the few Golden Gate Bridge suicide survivors, and Kevin Briggs, a California highway police officer who worked much of his career trying to prevent suicide attempts from that bridge. This is the story of two men whose paths should never have crossed - but thankfully, did.
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Dr. Robert S. Rosenberg shares his expertise as a sleep specialist with Dr. Brewer as they discuss Dr. Rosenberg's book - "Sleep Soundly Every Night, Feel Fantastic Every Day"  Learn about the potential connection between sleep and several mental health diagnosis including ADHD, depression and anxiety. How much sleep should your child be getting, you? Hear about the critical impact of poor sleep experiences on your emotional and psychological health. Did you know some people cook while sleeping? Don't miss this edition of MyNDTALK!
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Dr. Brewer responds to listener letters about hoarding, secret relationships, and rape on college campus.

Resource specialist, Lisa Evergin provides a military resource report.

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Expanded Forgiveness - Expanded Freedom 

Forgive And Be Free is a thoughtful examination of the value and process of forgiveness from the expanded view of Ana Holub, author of "Forgive and Be Free - A Step-by-Step Guide to Release, Healing & Higher Consciousness
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Dr. Brewer discusses concerns from MyNDTALK listeners about racism among high school youth. She also entertained concerns from listeners regarding suicide prevention.

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Join Dr Pamela Brewer in a fascinating discussion with Kevin Hines, one of the few Golden Gate Bridge suicide survivors, and Kevin Briggs, a California highway police officer who workd much his career trying to prevent suicide attempts form that bridge.

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Breaking Free!
Meet Jennifer Gauthier and hear about a childhood of struggles and an adulthood of giving back.
Jennifer Gauthier is the CEO of Lead4Life, Inc. Lead4Life, Inc (L4L) is an emerging non-profit serving youth and adults in the criminal justice system. L4L’s mission is to empower individual’s using strength-based initiatives to improve their quality of life. L4L promotes mental health through direct services, advocacy, and education to enhance their ability to make healthy choices.
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Don't Let Depression Be Your Recession

Join Dr. Brewer as she talks with Melvin Jackson, Jr. about depression in the African American community - and in his family. Melvin talks about the loss of his father to suicide - and the support that helped him through.

You may know Melvin from HBO's "The Wire" or CW's "Everybody Hates Chris" - after this conversation you will know him as so much more!  For more information about his career: www.MelvinJacksonJr.com
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Dr. Brewer talks with Yasmin Anderson-Smith, Founder of "Every Girl Can" (www.everygirlcan.org) about her life and the lessons/experiences of her life  that compelled her to create Every Girl Can. "Every Girl Can ™ is a fun, creative, interactive program to help girls prepare to be everything they can be. Every girl who participates fully in the program will learn how to sharpen their personal image,improve self-esteem, and self confidence and communicate the right messages. Every girl will also learn important skills in personal grooming, etiquette and civility and how to project a positive image."
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Join Dr. Brewer and her guest, Dr Robert Wicks, Author of Perspective - The Calm Within The Storm. In a world where living in the moment is often considered the least desireable place to be; in a world where allowing yourself to be fluid and compassionate is often frowned upon, Dr. Wicks offers a way to reduce your stress, increase your emotional strength and lighten the often anxious, negative load so many of us carry.
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