In The Opposite of Hate, Kohn investigates the evolutionary and cultural roots of hate and how incivility can be a gateway to much worse. Sally travels to Rwanda, the Middle East, and across the United States, introducing us to former terrorists and white supremacists, and even some of her own Twitter trolls, drawing surprising lessons from dramatic and inspiring stories of those who left hate behind. “The opposite of hate is connection.
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Author Denise Alexander Pyle invites us to consider the power and the promise of living by the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule - the ten and the one- as we journey through life. ... No matter your religious or spiritual background, The Power of 1(0) offers a pluralistic, universal message that can encourage you to pursue your true purpose and attain true joy.  Another potential tool along your path towards emotional wholeness?

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Dr. Joseph Shrand is the Founder and Creator of Drug

Story Theater. The program takes teens in the early stages of recovery from drugs and alcohol, teaches them improvisational theater, and helps them create their story. "Incorporating brain science, DST teaches how young people get addicted and how the adolescent brain is neurologically wired for addiction. Amazingly, the treatment of one becomes the prevention of many.  Don't miss this conversation - might you wish to bring DST to your area?!
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"Military veterans with PTSD are in crisis. Tragically, 20 veterans commit suicide each day, representing 18% of all deaths by suicide among adults in the U.S. Veterans desperately need new and alternative treatments to relieve their distress and enable them to resume healthy, productive lives.
The Man O’ War Project is a groundbreaking research study to determine the effectiveness of equine therapy to treat veterans who suffer from PTSD.
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About 16 million Americans experience a major depression each year, and at any given time about one in ten adults is taking antidepressants. There are many different ones, in what can seem like a bewildering variety.  Dr. Wallace B. Mendelson makes sense of the many treatments for depression and shows that understanding how antidepressants work can help in making better decisions.
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Dr. Travers teaches us that from very early ages, some as young as two and three years old, trans children find themselves to be different from the sex category that was assigned to them at birth. How they make their voices heard—to their parents and friends, in schools, in public spaces, and through the courts—is the focus of today's conversation.
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On the Psychological Side - African American Experiences
MyNDTALK - Poetic Primer on African and African-American Experiences - CeLillianne Green
Both a conversation and a poetry reading, meet CeLillianne Green - an author, a mediator, an attorney but above all, a powerful creative spirit with wisdom to share.  CeLilliane discusses her walk from focusing primarily on her life as an attorney - to her life as a multi-talented poet.  Called upon to create and present her poetry across many venues... don't miss this poetic treat!
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On the Psychological Side - Disappointments
Jay Barnett - A Man - A Mission 

A former NFL player, when that part of his life ended - for a time his joy ended.  Through hard work and perseverance Jay Barnett has completed an advanced degree, has an acting career and has become a role model and resource for young people worldwide.
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Policing Black Bodies goes beyond chronicling isolated incidents of injustice to look at the broader systems of inequality in our society—how they’re structured, how they harm Black people, and how we can work for positive change. Learn about ... the school-to-prison pipeline, mass incarceration and the prison boom, the unique ways Black women and trans people are treated, wrongful convictions and the challenges of exoneration, and more.' The authors point out that by pretending not to see race we actually strengthen, rather than dismantle, racist social structures. Policing Black Bodies is a powerful call to acknowledge injustice and work for change.
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95 million adults have a step relationship ... . 
Samanta Waltz, editor of Blended,  explores stepfamilies from the inside out through the perspectives of thirty writers who know what it’s like first hand. The journeys range from the first encounters between new step-relatives, to marriages, honeymoons, daily experiences, and divorces.  ...
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