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The pain of childhood wounds from a parent’s abandonment, neglect or abuse can linger into adulthood and be very challenging to overcome. If you’re finding it difficult to heal those childhood wounds and feel stuck, unhappy and that life is limited with few possibilities for you, join me, Dr. Balin A. Durr, MD, a Board-certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist with more than 20 years of experience, to learn how to heal your wounds, find your joy and happiness, and create the Life you long for.

Millions of people found the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic difficult to deal with. This was especially true for children, teens, and young adults; and sometimes, it resulted in depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts.

Imagine being told by 5 neurologists that you were going to die from a brain tumor in 6-12 months, and there was nothing they could do to help you. Faced with this shocking, devastating diagnosis at 33-years old, my special guest, Sandi Gold, was racked by fear; but in the next moment, she was enveloped by “this incredible love” energy coming from her art work. At that moment, she chose love over fear, chose love energy to guide her healing and lead her to health practitioners that listened and supported her approach, and chose to trust her body’s wisdom to heal.

If you’re sick and aren’t finding help or healing from traditional medical approaches, then discover the cutting-edge healing potential of energy medicine and the 528 Hz frequency, also known as the love frequency and the healing frequency.

My special guest, Leonard G. Horowitz, DMD, MA, MPH, a best-selling, award-winning author and filmmaker discusses energy medicine and the 528 Hz frequency—what it is, where’s it’s found, how it works, and how to tap into it to create and sustain health, how to live in love.

Racism has a profound negative impact upon our mental and physical health. It affects children and adults, leading to illnesses like diabetes, high blood pressure, and an increased the risk of cancer.

The divorce rate in the U.S. is still greater than 50% for first marriages and greater than 70% for third marriages. While divorce is painful and may bring up feelings of loss and grief for some, it’s a train wreck for others!

My special guest, Cherice N. Carter, CDC aka the Divorce Coach, discusses approaches and tools to navigate this oftentimes difficult process in a way that leaves everyone feeling as safe and whole as possible. So, while you might not get through divorce unscathed, divorce doesn’t have to suck!

The history of African-Americans is complex, nuanced, rich and full—one of courage, strength, and resilience side by side an ugly, painful history of a proud, diverse people’s unyielding struggle for liberation against the yoke of inhumanity. Our resistance and refusal to submit to oppression beckon us to embrace black history as a journey of power over pain.

There is a spiraling crisis of African-American male teachers and students in this country. African-American boys and young men are suspended and expelled at much higher rates than their peers of other races, and up to 50% of children expelled from preschool are African-American boys, even though they’re only 20% of the students.

Each and every one of us want to matter! We want to be seen for who we truly are, and we want to be heard. When we feel invisible, it’s painful! We tell our stories in an effort to be understood, to be valued, to know that we matter. We tell the story of our loved ones and the society for the same reasons and to leave a legacy of our values, standards, accomplishments, hope, and resiliency for the inevitable hard times and losses. Storytelling enables us to see ourselves in each other.