February 27

March 20

Things to Remember When You're Overthinking - This week's show I think most of us can relate and that is overthinking.  We all get in a place of getting stuck in our yesterday and worrying about our tomorrow and that leads us to overthinking and losing our now moment.  Mary and Kristie take a look at some things to practice to get ourselves unstuck and stop when we get in that overthinking cycle.

March 13 

Future Shows:

March 27

Filters of emotion-Dr Michelle Omera.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Interview-history of the underground railroad and path to freedom.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Interview-Slavery today.  There are more than 27 million people currently enslaved today around the world more than anytime in human history

9/11 Memorial Interview - Mark and Kristie talk a tour of the 9/11 memorial and have a very in depth interview of what the memorial purpose is and how they continue to honor those that lost their life that day in World History.

Candles, Holocaust Museum and Education Center interview.

Mark and Kristie interview Eva Kor and holocaust two survivor and embrace her amazing story of life, surviving, and the importance of forgiving. They will also give everyone a overview of the museum right here in Terre Haute, Indiana.  

​Meaning of Life Series - Christianity


Living on Purpose Series - guest Sister Bernadine


​​Minimalization and Intersectionality​​


In our life and interesting places series - Peru


​Being realistically happy in an unrealistic world - guest Pat Sharp

April 3

The Wall - Mark and Kristie interview Dr. Betty Bruther, a medieval historian and tackle the idea of separating people throughout history by literally building a wall.  This has been done over and over again and they will look at if building the wall separating the USA and Mexico is likely to be successful based on other civilizations throughout history success or failure.

Today's guest is therapist Ron Bernard and he takes us through a journey of relationships.  When an elephant acting like an elephant and we desperately want it to be a giraffe.  How wanting to change someone is never going to make up happy.

Enrichment of Life with your Pets - Mark and Kristie have guest Dr. Jennifer Finnegan to talk about how having pets in your life can improve your quality of living. They talk research and real life stories of how sharing your life with four-legged friends improve your overall health and leads to a happier and longer life.

Betty turns 100 - Mark and Kristie interview Betty Wolf, who just celebrated her 100th birthday.  Betty enlightens all of us that life is really not all about us and how so many things have changed over the last 100 years and what things have stayed the same. Very interesting and fascinating conversation with an incredible woman.

​Fake News - In our current state of affairs in this country, Mark and Kristie take a different look at "fake news".  They have guest Wesley Bishop, an American Historian.  This show takes a look at some of those things about America that we believe to be true but that are not.  Example: That Columbus discovered America when in fact he never set foot in the USA.  And some new things that are completely different from our high school history class.  Which leads to the question of "fake news" and what is "real news" . . . and do we really know the difference?

​March 6