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Stories we grew up with Denise Fayne

Stories we grew up with Denise Fayne

Author Richard Kearney says in his book On Stories “Telling stories is as basic to human beings as eating. More so, in fact, for while food makes us live, stories are what make our lives worth living.” Isak Dinesen says, “To be a person is to have a story to tell. —” Author  David Denborough, Ph.D., writes  “Who we are and what we do are influenced by the stories that we tell ourselves…There are many different events in our lives, but only some of them get formed into the storylines of our identities. Whatever storyline we have about our lives…
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Love heals the wreakage with Dr. Sarah A. John.

Love heals the wreakage with Dr. Sarah A. John.

“It’s true that, depending upon which community to ultimately decide to call a second home, you might just be the only medical professional available to meet the needs of multitudes.  The more remote the community in a developing country, the less likely it is to have a Western-trained medical professional.  You are likely to be very welcomed in your new community, but you should also expect to be viewed as an outsider and treated as such until you’ve established yourself and proven your abilities.  You’ll need to work with the community’s healers and find common ground in the provision of patient…
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Perfectly Good with Dannielle Nkojo

Perfectly Good with Dannielle Nkojo

“Legacy is about life and living. It’s about learning from the past, living in the present, and building for the future. Did you know that: The best place to plant a young tree: is in a clearing in an old-growth forest and not an open field. Why Tyra, I’m glad you asked. Ecologists tell us that a young tree grows better when it’s planted in an area with older trees. Now, this is the good part. The reason, it seems, is that the roots of the young tree are able to follow the pathways created by former trees and implant…
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Transformation is More than a Word with Millie Harris

Transformation is More than a Word with Millie Harris

Author Richard Kearney says in his book On Stories “Telling stories is as basic to human beings as eating. More so, in fact, for while food makes us live, stories are what make our lives worth living.” Isak Dinesen says, “To be a person is to have a story to tell. —” Author  David Denborough, Ph.D., writes  “Who we are and what we do are influenced by the stories that we tell ourselves…There are many different events in our lives, but only some of them get formed into the storylines of our identities. Whatever storyline we have about our lives…
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You are More than You’ve Become with Kerry Hannon, Author, Speaker, Expert

You are More than You've Become with Kerry Hannon, Author, Speaker, Expert

How to Make a Winning Transition. Career transition is a process. No rash moves. Don’t get hung up on the daunting thought that you’re reinventing your career. You’re redeploying your skills. Changing careers can be challenging, and scary. The key to success is to be prepared and resilient. I can help you take concrete steps toward building a career you love. Join the Frankly Speaking with Tyra G conversation in the studio with Kerry Hannon.
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A Courageous Conversation about Human Trafficking with Bill Woolf

A Courageous Conversation about Human Trafficking with Bill Woolf

Bill Woolf had been a police officer for ten years and was a detective with Fairfax County Police Community Resources Division, tasked with investigating all forms of human trafficking in Fairfax County. He was named 2012 Gang Investigator of the Year by the Virginia Gang Investigator’s Association and received the Virginia Attorney General’s Award for Excellence. Recipient of the 2012 Milton Thrasher Award for Superior Excellence in Gang Prevention, he actively sought to form and foster collaborative relationships with agencies and service providers outside of his department in an effort to comprehensively combat the issue of human trafficking. Joins us in a courageous…
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A Better You with Sherrll Moore-Tucker

A Better You with Sherrll Moore-Tucker

SHERRELL MOORE-TUCKER is a best-selling author, speaker, and wellness expert who focuses on wellness as a lifestyle!  She specializes in educating communities about stress and trauma and how it impacts the mind, body, and spirit.  Through talks, workshops, conferences, and retreats, she shares various holistic modalities, products, and movement therapies that can be used as tools for living well inside and out. Sherrell is a proud military veteran who fights for the well-being of others draws upon her more than 10 years of experience in Human Resources, Yoga & Natural health, and her adventures in the military when delivering impactful and…
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Surviving Human Trafficking with Susan Young

Surviving Human Trafficking with Susan Young

Danielle Douglas was 17 years old, a freshman at Northeastern University, when she met the trafficker who forced her into two years of sex slavery. Her mother Jamie spoke with UNICEF USA about the factors that made her daughter vulnerable — and what parents need to know about trafficking in the United States. Jamie Chesman: We definitely had some mother-daughter angst. She didn’t always give me a lot of information about her life or interests. I think that a lot of our daughters feel like they’re ready before they’re ready — she definitely felt that way. We dropped her off, carloads full of things from Bed…
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Choose to take the next step.

Choose to take the next step.

“It really only takes a small shift every day that over time amounts to enormous change. People don’t suddenly heal and start living their ideal life overnight—their daily rituals (tiny steps) play a massive role in making it possible for them to create the life they sincerely want to live. You can choose to develop daily rituals that point you in the direction of creating your ideal life—or rituals that keep you firmly anchored to your present situation.  Make the decision.  Make the commitment.  Then take the next tiniest step forward in the direction you choose to go. Honestly, that’s…
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Six words that can save marriages.

Six words that can save marriages.

“Because Battling over a household chore? Your request is more liable to be fulfilled if one magic word is used: because. Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer found that people are more willing to comply with an appeal if you simply provide a reason—any reason. But  We’ve all been told not to use the word “but” for an apology (as in, “I’m sorry, but…”), which comes off as an excuse and feels like a less-than-sincere mea culpa. In a series of experiments, however, psychologists Sandra Murray and John Holmes discovered the word can have a magically protective effect in relationships. They had couples…
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