Topics discussed include health and wellness, changing issues through the life spectrum, eating disorders, body image, substance abuse, the affordable care act, and where to find support as either a person with a concern or someone who wants to help another.
Each guest shares the mission, services, and new initiatives of her organization.
What if there were a magic pill that could make you happier, turn you into a better parent, solve a number of your teenager’s behavior problems, reduce racial prejudice, and close the achievement gap in education? Well, there is no such magic pill-but there is a new scientifically based approach called story editing that can accomplish all of this. It works by redirecting the stories we tell about ourselves and the world around us, with subtle prompts, in ways that lead to lasting change. In Redirect, world-renowned psychologist Timothy Wilson shows how story-editing works and how you can use it in your everyday life.
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“In 2011, U.Va. professor of art Kevin Everson premiered his work at the Toronto International Film Festival, had a solo exhibition of his work at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and received a fairly gushing review from New York Times art critic Holland Carter. Collected here are five of his most recent films.Chevelle is a document of a discarded vehicle’s ultimate crushing fate. Ten Five in the Grass is his take on a cowboy film. The Tombigbee Chronicles No. 2 is comprised of three short films exploring individuals from Everson’s parents’ hometown of Columbus, Mississippi: Rita Larson’s Boy, Early Riser, and Chicken.”
Josh Holland is an editor and senior writer at AlterNet. He joins Coy to discuss politics and policy in the Obama administration, the “real” American class war, and why even Ronald Reagan wouldn’t be conservative enough for today’s GOP.