Steps to Self Care - Mark and Kristie take a look at the very important topic of self-care. The topic of self-care is something that we all struggle with and leaves us a feeling of hopeless and feeling stuck.
8 Powerful habits of emotionally strong people
2020/1960's Civil Rights Similarities - Mark and Kristie have a very interesting conversation with Dr. Betty Bruther on the similarities between our current civil rights movements and reasons for them. The demographics may have shifts a little but the movement and reasons for it are the same.
Pandemic and the Arts - Mark and Kristie talk with Dr. Eppic-Harris on the arts and how they have helped us get through this difficult pandemic and also how they are suffering and may have a hard time recovering.
Police Form Reform - Dr. Bishop addresses the surrounding America being unjust to certain populations of Americans and how the police department needs to be reformed or disbanded in America.
Protesting in America - Dr. Bishop is back and gives us a lesson on protesting. How has it worked throughout history and how to move forward as a country to battle racism and an unjust America.
Importance of Gratitude - Neuroscience reveals that gratitude literally rewrites your brain and allows us to live in a happier and healthier place. Gratitude is so important to having a good quality of life.
Loneliness - Loneliness is systemic issue within our country. Mark and Kristie take a look at what loneliness is and research surrounding the topic.
Combating Loneliness - Guest Mary Pivarunis gives some tactics on how to combat the issue of loneliness.
Due to the stay-at-home order for Indiana we are unable to record so we are going to spend the next few weeks replaying some of our favorite shows.
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