Show #12: Books that Changed Our Lives

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“Reading brings us unknown friends.” — Honoré de Balzac Fiction, non-fiction….philosophy, self-help…what books have changed your life? Randye, Nicky and Diana share a few in this special “just us” segment. The books we discussed (we brought so many more!) The … Continue reading

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Show #9: Love, Medicine, and Miracles, w/Bernie Siegel

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Our special guest for this show is Dr. Bernie Seigel. Bernie  has touchedmany lives all over the planet. In 1978 he reached a national and international audience when he began talking about patient empowerment. In his latest book ( his … Continue reading

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Show #8: The Commonality of Faith

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If all faiths share the idea of “love one another”, why do we get bogged down in whose idea about faith is “right”? We explore what faiths have in common with Dr. Brian Stiltner, Chairperson and Associate Professor of Department … Continue reading

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Show # 7: The Power of Purpose

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Leo Rosten said, “The purpose of life is not to be happy; but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you have lived at all.” Randye, Nicky and Diana talk about the … Continue reading

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Show #6: Juggling: Attempting the Work-Life Balance

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Work Life. Personal Life. Skills. Hobbies. Friends. Family. How do we juggle it all? Or do we? Randye, Nicky and Diana talk about striving for balance in this special “Just Us” Episode. Every six weeks, we go it alone, just … Continue reading

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Show #5: Critical Thinking

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What happens when we teach people “how we think”? The results can be amazing, from elementary school students to seniors. Out guests are Katayoun Kamyab, biomedical scientist and Instrumental Enrichment      ( “Brain Gym”) teacher; and Dr. David Martin, author of … Continue reading

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Show #2: Mental Illness, A Family Affair

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When mental illness happens, it happens to the whole family. In fact, at any given time, 1 out of 4 families in the US is dealing with major mental illness in one of its members. How to cope? What to … Continue reading

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