Healthy Relationships
Michael Gazzaniga in his landmark book The Social Brain (1985) recruited a group of patients who had been treated with a Corpus Callosotomy, a surgical procedure intended to drastically reduce the effects of chronic epileptic seizures by splitting the brain of the patient at the corpus callosum. Gazzaniga observes that…

MyNDTALK On Demand!

Thursday, February 19, 2015
Although we're 19 years old - March 31, 2015 marks MyNDTALK's 1 year anniversary as a daily program ~  Thank You for joining us on this exciting journey! Dr. Brewer'sMyNDTALK  is available to you 24x7... either right here at the home page  orClick on 'Listen' Scroll to a content page…

Elder Tax Information

Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Elder Care Tax Breaks Updated January 28, 2015 Important Disclaimer: This information is provided by Care.com/Home Pay. MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer, Inc. joins Care.com in stating : "As with any tax rules and regulations, there are numerous exceptions, exemptions and nuances. When calculating tax breaks for eldercare, it’s strongly…

Giving Moments

Friday, December 2, 2016
Let's make this 'Giving December'  As you consider where to invest your charitable investment -  consider including MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer Inc.  - an Award winning daily podcast bringing the world of relationship health and mental health to the broader community - every day - Changing Lives - 1!…

Peace

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Today I write about peace.  In this circus of a world we inhabit where not a day goes by without the death of someone's dream, or the shredding of someone's hopes, I think about peace.  The peace of taking a minute out of your day, and sitting still.  Taking in…

The Truth About Aging

Friday, January 9, 2015
Depression is not an automatic requirement of aging, however if you are feeling depressed, you don't have to just live with it - get help. You can feel better. Sex does not have to end on your 29th birthday - but you might slow down by your 89th birthday.  Your…

Self Esteem

Sunday, April 20, 2014
Self-esteem can be one of those elusive things that you never quite see but know when it's missing. Or maybe you can see it. You can see healthy self-esteem in your own resilience. You can see self-esteem in your problem solving skills, your ability to take responsibility for your own…

Managing Change

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Change is often a scary thing. Change you choose and change that chooses you can be equally scary. Join the human club. Human beings usually find themselves struggling with at least some anxiety when it comes to thinking about and dealing with change. Change usually represents a loss of some…

Healthy Risk Management

Sunday, September 14, 2014
When To Take A Risk And How To Think About Risk TakingYes, it's true. Taking risks can be risky business! But that does not mean that it should not be your business. Risk taking is often the stuff of which productive human passion is made. The first time you went…

Facing The Joyful Stuff

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Some of us have been taught, in one way or another, that it is not safe, maybe even scary, to really experience joy.And so we learn to spend our lives waiting for the "other shoe" to drop. By so doing, we are in fact, only living half our lives. This…