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Breaking the Bone on Toxic Relationships

5/24/2019
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Adam Klugman and Kristin Walker discuss codependency, narcissism, and toxic relationships. A visionary creator, gifted facilitator, and charismatic speaker, Adam is an American thought leader on mission to cultivate The Human Brand. With his keynote ìBrand It and They Will Come and attendant workshops, Adam is changing lives by distilling decades of his success into a program of personal brand building that teaches how we can all make a bold claim on our unique, human core value in a way...

Duration:00:50:58

What IS Trending in America?

5/23/2019
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Join the host of America Trends podcast, Larry Rifkin! New to Mental Health News Radio network but not new to broadcasting. Tune in as we discuss what his podcast is about and why it is vital that YOU tune in. Larry Rifkin has mastered the language of television and radio over his career in both. Now, he turns his attention to podcasts, which he believes can incorporate some of the best of both media to create a new form of communication with an audience. He wants to imprint his personality...

Duration:00:54:39

Passion and the Middle-Aged Woman

5/15/2019
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Join Dr. Kristina Hallett, Dr. Lisa Day, and Kristin Sunanta Walker for a discussion about PASSION! At an age where women used to be considered "old" we are experiencing an incredible awakening for empowered women. Middle-age is now a place of rebirth, fire, passion, and rediscovery. Tune in to listen to these three powerful women as they discuss their journey into Middle-Age. Dr. Kristina Hallett is a board certified specialist in clinical psychology and a Fellow of the American Academy of...

Duration:00:57:36

Social Media Addiction: Bleeding on the Internet

5/14/2019
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Social Media Addiction is very real. What is the impact this addiction has on those already genetically predisposed to and suffering from other addictions? How can you help a friend, your family, a coworker pay attention to the signs? Tune in as close friends, Stephen Kavalkovich, of Rescue the Rescuer and Kristin Sunanta Walker get real about how this addiction has impacted their lives and what they do to support each other through rough times. It is the brave and strong who face their...

Duration:01:05:26

Is Narcissism Psychological Viagra?

5/14/2019
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One of the most damaging psychological mechanisms a narcissist may use in his/her tormented tool chest is sex. THE PROMISE OF IT THE MECHANICAL ACTION OF IT THE WITHHOLDING OF IT We carefully use the word sex in relation to what happens because, to the narcissist, the beautiful act of making love is an impossibility. Sex is one of their most powerful weapons of your mass destruction. If you are a highly-empathic person with an abundance of compassion, an intoxicating imagination, and issues...

Duration:01:02:58

Narcisstinction: How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse

5/13/2019
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Our guest Brandon joins us to talk about how to survive the narcissistic apocalypse. His book Narcisstinction: How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse is a science fiction book about how to defend yourself from narcissists. https://narcissistcombatarmy.fireside.fm/ Brandon refers to himself in his writing and his podcast as Chad the Impaler and has a fresh look at how to combat narcissists in your life!

Duration:01:02:04

White Collar Crime and Mental Health

5/10/2019
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Dan Wise joins us to discuss his journey within the federal prison system and his efforts to bring awareness to the mental health of families and individuals facing this journey also. Dan Wise founded RDAP Dan, Federal Prison Time Consulting LLC in 2015, after successfully navigating the Federal Prison system, culminating in his early release. Dan created a proprietary Success Method, combining the strengths of an experienced Prison Consultant and a Registered Coach to guide his clients...

Duration:00:33:35

The Healing Room: Processing B.S.

5/8/2019
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Seriously. Life throws a lot of B.S. your way. Some of it you bring in yourself. The rest is just part of being a human being. Navigating how much you take on especially when you are dealing with grief is a lifelong process. Join Martha Juchnowski and Kristin Walker as they start out slow and then ZOOM into the swan dive towards our internal and external B.S. Martha is a registered nurse, psychic medium, and spiritual healer.

Duration:00:49:32

The Healing Room: We Don't Have to Suffer

5/7/2019
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This is the third episode with Martha Juchnowski where we continued the discussion about her grieving process from the passing of her son. In this episode Martha talks about how we do not need to suffer as much as we believe we do. There are paradigm shifts as we move through grief that are important lessons for our lives. Martha is a registered nurse, psychic medium, and spiritual healer.

Duration:00:45:28

Made of Millions: Finding Solace from OCD and Intrusive Thoughts

5/6/2019
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Our guest, Aaron Harvey, started an organization - Made of Millions Foundation - after living most of his life with intrusive thoughts that he later found out was a type of OCD (Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder). “Made of Millions Foundation provides a community to those dealing with mental health issues,” said Aaron Harvey, Co-Founder and CCO of Ready Set Rocket and Founder of Made of Millions. “Our partnership with Health Media Network allows us to empower patients with insight, relatable...

Duration:00:36:29

Spiritual Healing through Laughter with Dr. Jeffrey Gurian

5/2/2019
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What a wonderful surprise discussing comedy, mental health, spiritual healing, and happiness with the lovely Jeffrey Gurian. Joining us from New York, Jeffrey takes us on a journey through his eclectic career and why laughter has played such an important role in his life. Jeffrey Gurian is a comedy writer, performer, director, author, producer, doctor and Healer. He’s written material for comedy legends such as Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, George Wallace, Phil Hartman, Richard Belzer,...

Duration:00:41:50

Men and Sexual Abuse: All In Recovery Radio

4/29/2019
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Joe Mitsch joins us today to talk about sexual abuse and how it impacts the addiction treatment world. Joe works in the field of addiction treatment and lives a sober life today after many years of struggling with addiction. He is one of the hosts of All In Recovery Radio. The All In Recovery Podcast strives to uncover and interpret all aspects of addiction and recovery. Using a mix of humor and passion Mike and Joe ask and answer the hard questions some are too afraid to speak on in hopes...

Duration:00:43:34

The Soul of Video Content with Director Nick Cavalier

4/27/2019
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Director Nick Cavalier joins hosts Frank King and Kristin Walker to talk about his work and filming tough subjects. He was the director of the documentary Down Again. Kristin had interviewed Chimaira frontman Mark Hunter, the subject of Down Again, on our show. That film is an exploration of the connection between mental illness and creativity. The film explores the catharsis of making music and art and how the result affects the fans. What we wanted to check in with Nick about was how he as...

Duration:00:52:25

Superhero Therapy With Dr. Janina Scarlet

4/26/2019
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Dr. Janina Scarlet is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, an award-winning author, and a full-time geek. A Ukrainian-born refugee, she survived Chernobyl radiation and persecution. She immigrated to the United States at the age of 12 with her family and later, inspired by the X-Men, developed Superhero Therapy to help patients with anxiety, depression, and PTSD. She has been awarded the United Nations Association Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award for Superhero Therapy....

Duration:00:24:19

The Hopeless Idealist: Ellie Krug on Human Inclusivity

4/24/2019
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Join author, activist, and wonderful human Ellie Krug for a discussion about idealism, the human condition, vulnerability, and what it means to be inclusive. In 2009, while an Iowa civil trial attorney with 100+ trials, Ellen (Ellie) Krug (pronounced “Kroog”), transitioned from male to female. She later became one of the few attorneys nationally to try jury cases in separate genders. From 2011 to 2016, she served as the executive director of Call for Justice, LLC, a Minneapolis legal...

Duration:00:40:47

Roundtable With Dr. Paul Meier: How to Weather an Existential Crisis

4/22/2019
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Join Dr. Paul Meier and Kristin Sunanta Walker as they discuss the times in your life when you are knee deep in an existential crisis, learning to say no, and being supportive of others without codependence. Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of Meier Clinics, a national non-profit mental health organization. He is also New York Times, Best-selling author, international speaker, and practicing psychiatrist.www.meierclinics.com

Duration:01:09:05

HollyWORLD: Narcissism, Celebrity and Our New Culture with Adam Klugman

4/19/2019
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Join Adam Klugman and Kristin Sunanta Walker for a discussion about what is happening and what has happened to our culture. Narcissism is on the rise and it's spreading like wildfire thanks to social media. How is this affecting our culture and why is this strikingly similar to old Hollywood culture? Visit our after show discussion at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtHxwFtIjYI. A visionary creator, gifted facilitator, and charismatic speaker, Adam is an American thought leader on mission to...

Duration:00:59:38

Martha Juchnowski: Moving Through the Journey of Grief

4/18/2019
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This is the second episode with Martha Juchnowski where we continued the discussion about her grieving process from the passing of her son. In this episode Martha talks about how when we grieve we must take our time. She talks about how she had to face strong emotions when dealing with her son's estate and burial arrangements. She also discusses how meditation helped her process some of the more difficult feelings that came up.

Duration:00:59:53

Why Life Gets Better After 50 with Jonathan Rauch

4/16/2019
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Jonathan Rauch, author of The Happiness Curve; Why Life Gets Better After 50... Why does happiness get harder in your 40s? Why do you feel in a slump when you’re successful? Where does this malaise come from? And, most importantly, will it ever end? Drawing on cutting-edge research, award-winning journalist Jonathan Rauch answers all these questions. He shows that from our 20s into our 40s, happiness follows a U-shaped trajectory, a “happiness curve,” declining from the optimism of youth...

Duration:00:30:44

Imposter Syndrome with Cody Gauthier

4/14/2019
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In this episode Kristin and Frank King interview Cody Gauthier about Imposter Syndrome. Imposter Syndrome is when someone doesn't feel worthy of the things that they worked hard to accomplish. Through therapy they can start to learn to feel like they're enough. Cody Gauthier, ACSW joins the discussion because he works in the trenches providing individual therapy for children, adolescents, and young adults. He specializes in treating adjustment difficulties, anxiety, depression, substance...

Duration:00:48:44