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Episode 38 “Family Vacations”

Research shows that Family Vacations are excellent for a child’s development and mental health. Thinking back on my childhood, I have countless memories of my family vacations, and I am confident that it had a significant affect on my social skills and overall mental health. It makes sense. When families get together, away from their...

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Episode 37 “Talking to Kids About Death”

Death can be a confusing subject for kids to understand. Depending on their age, many kids have a difficult time understanding the concept of permanence. That is, the idea that someone or something is gone and never coming back. On Monday of this week I lost my grandfather and my wife and I were discussing...

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Episode 36 “Resilience” ft. Dr. Deborah Gilboa

Resilience is defined as the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. As a parent I struggle with this with my kid. When I see him hurt, or about to get hurt, I want to make it better. We all want to make it better. But are we making it worse by always running to...

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Episode 35 “Virtual Reality”

Virtual reality (VR) is an experience taking place within simulated and immersive environments that can be similar to or completely different from the real world. While VR has been typically thought about as a form of entrainment, a means to escape the real world and enter into a different reality, scientists and researchers are now using VR as...

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Episode 34 “Darkness of Comedy” ft. Paul Gilmartin

Laughter is indeed the best medicine, but what is it about the comedic mind then lends itself to darkness? Many comedians suffer from mental disease including depression and substance abuse, but when they walk on stage, their only job is to make people laugh. So interesting. To talk about this fascinating topic on Episode 34,...

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Episode 33 “Sick Of Drinking”

Drinking alcohol has been associated with serious physical and mental health risks, so any news showing drinking to be on the decline would be warranted. As we move into this era of wellness and mental health awareness, people are becoming less likely to go out with their friends to have a drink and a whole...

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Episode 32″ Are You A Burnout?”

Burnouts used to be something completely different when I was growing out, but nowadays, being a burnout is steadily in the rise, and on today’s show we talk about what is going on. Being a “burnout” is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. And while we...

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Episode 31 “Grudges Will Kill You”

Grudges will kill you and I wish I was joking. Research has shown that people who hold grudges are more likely to suffer from an adverse cardiovascular event and are at more risk for heart disease. And in addition to this lovely fact, on the way to this accelerated death because of the grudge you...

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Episode 30 “Ask These Questions”

Over the past few weeks I have listened to your questions and in Episode 30 I discuss one of the most frequently asked…How do I know when my kid is having a problem?   Join me as I discuss an article that lists the 14 questions to ask our kids… many of these can apply to...

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Episode 29 “Too Soft”

A high school in Ohio just announced it will be removing the valedictorian and salutatorian awards from graduations as part of their overall effort to improve student wellness. Rather then use these labels, the school is moving to a more broader based award system, similar to colleges, that award multiple students, rather than 2, based...

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