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The Psychology Behind Las Vegas' Mass Shooting

Sunday night a man holed up on the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel with ten rifles killed at least 58 and wounded 500 people enjoying a country music festival across the street. In a chilling scene, most people mistook the gunfire for fireworks as chaos ensued and heroic bystanders stepped up to help the wounded until police and ambulances arrived. In the wake of all that horror—horror becoming increasingly familiar. Former British Army Officer Chris Bird has some lessons to share as well as...

Duration: 00:59:25

NFL Controversy & How To Stay Strong In The Face of Adversity

Mainstream Mental Health Radio Topic: Weathering the Storm: How to Keep a Positive Attitude Amongst Change Featured Guest:Alton Pete / Retired Army, US Author of "Life is So Precious: There are so many things currently happening, both domestically in the U.S. and globally around the world that without a doubt has affect all of us in a very stressful and crazy way. It's sort of like a whirlwind, hurricane, tornado, thunder and lightning storm with a taste of sunshine coming...

Duration: 00:30:50

Secret Power Women Have Over Their Fathers

Secret Power Women Have Over Their Fathers According to award-winning behavioral expert James I. Bond, men have a rarely-mentioned quirk that allows their daughters to greatly influence them. Bond says, From Donald Trump to Barack Obama, Winston Churchill to Martin Luther King, Jr., Mark Twain to Paul McCartney, even Supreme Court justices and CEOs of major corporations, the influence of daughters on their fathers is often more profound than most people realize. But the real reason they have...

Duration: 00:48:40

The Psychology Behind Execptional Communication

What happens when Artificial Intelligence Learns to Abandon Humans? As artificial intelligence grows, its main goal is to learn what we like so it can sell us more products. The constant surveillance can seem like a personally intrusive and disturbing. But it's not the intentional thinking we associate with human intelligence. A person who spies on us is prurient, a person who gets a thrill peeking. But a technology that spies on us is running a program to push a new product into our amazon...

Duration: 00:44:28

Featured Guest Neale S. Godfrey

Neale S. Godfrey is an acknowledged expert on family and children’s finances with over 30 years in the financial field. Neale began her career with The Chase Manhattan Bank, joining as one of the first female executives, and later became President of The First Women’s Bank and founder of The First Children’s Bank. In 1989, Neale formed her own company, Children’s Financial Network, Inc., whose mission is to educate children and their parents about money. She is the author of 27 books that...

Duration: 00:37:20

Why Not Being Popular May Be Good for Long-Term Mental Health

Why Not Being Popular May Be Good for Long-Term Mental Health If you're the kind of person who has only a few close friends, you might feel envious of more popular people, those who seem to effortlessly maintain friendships with basically everyone. It might seem like they're always having fun, while you're left on the fringes. But in the long run, science says you might be better off. According to a recent study,...

Duration: 00:40:05

Opiod Addiction in the US is a now a National Crisis

Featured Guest Henderson Cooper Former LAPD Detective & Central Intelligence Agency doing Covert Operations overseas. Coop is President of Cooper Consulting International and a Consultant with Escape the Wolf, LLC. Both are organizations specializing in Risk Management, Cyber, Corporate and Personal security operations. Opiod Addiction in the US is a now a National Crisis Ultimately the most effective and responsible actions will come from the public and the medical community. The public...

Duration: 00:31:48

How Does Food Impact Your Mental Health?

How Does Food Impact Your Mental Health? Featured Guest #1: Pat Pattison Website: How can we present our best self in a job interview, recover from the pain of being fired, and become successful in our careers? Our first guest of this evening is Pat Pattison, an Executive & Transition Coach, TV Host, Author. As host of his “Remade in America” cable television show and a “reinvention” coach, Pat Pattison teaches people how to remake their careers into the ones they’ve...

Duration: 00:36:43

What Are The Mental Health Benefits of Martial Arts?

Featured Guest #1: Daniel Pessina What impact can martial arts have on your mental health? Master Pesina has been studying martial arts continuously since 1970, when he was introduced to Judo by his two older brothers. He has trained under many masters including Guo Jian Hua (In door student of Wen Jingming and Lui Yuhua), Zhu Baozhen (Luo Chengli, He Zhong Xiang, He Zhong Qi), Hu Jianqiang (Shaolin Temple movie fame), Wai Lun Choi (Lui He Ba Fa grandmaster), and Lin Jian Hua (head judge...

Duration: 00:34:26

Should You Still Be Friends With Your Ex On Social Media?

Featured Guest Cortney S. Warren, Ph.D. Dr. Cortney S. Warren, Ph.D.As the child of two college professors, Cortney was raised in an academic environment. In addition to attaining a formal education in the classroom, she traveled extensively, getting a “real-world” education. Before the age of twenty, Cortney had lived in Australia and Argentina and traveled throughout Central America, South America, Russia, Scandinavia, and Western Europe. Exposed to a diversity of cultures and lifestyles...

Duration: 00:30:04

How To Deal With Difficult People

Study Finds Millennials Aren't Ready For The 'Reality Of Life' & Suffer From Panic Attacks And Anxiety A study of 2,000 would-be students found many aren't prepared for university life More than half of millennials don't know how to pay a bill or the real costs of rent. Researchers warned that prospect of leaving home is worrying many millennials Around half are anxious at this prospect and 27 per...

Duration: 00:33:19

What Are The Mental Health Benefits of Reiki?

Are Smartphones Making Us Stupid? Study Reveals Smartphones Can Reduce Cognitive Capacity Cognitive capacity and overall brain power are significantly reduced when your smartphone is within glancing distance—even if it’s turned off and face down—according to a recent study. This new report from the University of Texas at Austin, “Brain Drain: The Mere Presence of One’s Own Smartphone Reduces...

Duration: 00:36:47

75% of Americans Feel The Current State Of Politics Encourages Violence

75% of Americans Feel The Current State Of Politics Encourages Violence According to a new CBS polls, Americans of all political leanings overwhelmingly say that the tone and level of civility in our political debates has been getting worse in recent years. These views are largely the same across ideologies, too, as about two-thirds of liberals, conservatives and even more moderates feel things...

Duration: 00:31:25

Do ‘Daddy’s Girls’ Become Successful Women?

Can a Single Injection Conquer PTSD? The Army Wants to Find Out The U.S. Army has commissioned a study to determine whether an anesthetic injection to the neck alleviates symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder—a treatment that, if proven effective, could be a big step toward easing an affliction affecting hundreds of thousands of troops who have returned from combat. The $2 million Army study constitutes the first large-scale randomized control research into use of the shots—called...

Duration: 00:38:24

Is Pornography Destroying Your Marriage?

More Than A Third of Teenage Girls Experience Depression Depression strikes far too often during adolescence, especially in teenage girls, a new study shows. More than a third of all teen girls in the United States wrestle with depression by the time they turn 17, according to new data regarding the state of children's' mental health. The study, which involved researchers from Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, examined reports of depression that began as early as 11 years of age...

Duration: 00:38:37

How does food affect our brain?

Stories covered this week include: Access to Mental Health Services Key to Reducing Youth Suicide Rates According to research from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, at least one in five teenagers will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. Suicide is now the second leading cause of death for young people ages 10 to 24. Advocates in Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) say a 2015 survey showed 13 percent of high schoolers and 16 percent of middle schoolers have seriously...

Duration: 00:41:50

A Psychological Discussion on Children Who Remember Their Past Lives

Stories covered today on Mainstream Mental Health Radio include: Overweight kids face higher risk for depression as adults As if it isn't tough enough being an overweight kid, a new study shows it could have long-lasting repercussions for psychological health, too. When compared with normal-weight kids who become overweight adults, overweight or obese youth in the study faced three times the risk of depression in adulthood, the research found. Overweight children do have a higher risk of...

Duration: 00:30:36

Featured Guest - Actress Kate Nowlin from Blood Stripe

Dr. John Huber ( is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health News Stories of Week New Show '13 Reasons Why' Worries Mental Health Experts “13 Reasons Why” is based on a 2007 young-adult book written by Jay Asher. It is about a high school student who kills herself and leaves behind 13 audio recordings that detail the events that led her to commit suicide. In the recordings, she describes her experiences with sexual violence, drug abuse and bullying. The...

Duration: 00:37:38

How The Power of Hypnosis Can Permanently Change Your Life

Dr. John Huber ( is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health News Stories of Week The Mindset Of The University Of Texas Attacker & How Victims Can Begin To Cope With PTSD What Brad Pitt’s Revealing Interview In GQ Magazine Says About His Mental Health Groundbreaking Study Reveals 93% of Veterans Charged With Crimes Do No Re-Offend If Given Adequate Mental Health Treatment Cruel YouTube Father & Stepmom Who Filmed Themselves Telling Their Nine-Year-Old Son...

Duration: 00:32:33

Adult Film Legend & Spiritual Teacher Hyapatia Lee

Dr. John Huber ( is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health How Poor Sleep Hinders Those With Anxiety & Depression Sleep deficits can make focusing, finishing assignments, and coping with everyday stress seem daunting. To make matters worse, people with anxiety and depression often have sleep problems. How to Respond Gracefully to Destructive Criticism Reacting to naysayers without compromising your self-worth If you’re someone who grapples with a harsh...

Duration: 00:39:08

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