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LOA Today – 05.04.17

Focus: it’s the most important part of applying the Law of Attraction. When we don’t get what we ask for, it’s because we allow our focus to wander to what we don’t want, rather than what we do want. This week we talk about our own struggles with maintaining focus and discuss some of the techniques we use to regain our …

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Progressive Commentary Hour – 02.14.17

Gary chats with PRN host Beatty Cohan on the top of LOVE, They duo go over the topics of Why are relationships so challenging? A Valentine’s day look at the state of love in the world, and in American culture in particular. How is the lack of love contributing to our culture of fear, resentment and hate, intolerance and social divisions? And how does the our culture climate politicize relationships and stifle social empathy, kindness and compassion.Our guest is Beatty Cohan — a psychotherapist for 35 years and a nationally recognized expert in marriage and relationship therapy and sexual dysfunction counseling. Her work also includes treating early child abuse, sexual assault and substance abuse. Beatty has been a columnist, a public speaker having given hundreds of presentations to national organizations, colleges and universities, a radio talk host, and a resident psychotherapeutic expert for major television networks.

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LAURA BOLT – Do you suffer from Election Stress Disorder? Your campaign obsession is part of a psychological epidemic — and it may be hurting your health

We all know the old adage: “Don’t discuss politics, sex or religion and everyone will get along just fine.” That may work for sex and religion, but with political stakes — and antics — consuming the news cycle and our psyches like never before, it seems that election anxiety might have gone from an unpleasant dinner topic to a legitimate psychological disorder. …

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Study finds consistent link between violent crime and concealed-carry gun permits

The first study to find a significant relationship between firearm crime and subsequent applications for, and issuance of, concealed-carry gun permits has been published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. The paper, “Firearm Violence and Effects on Concealed Gun Carrying: Large Debate and Small Effects,” found there is a consistent link between violent crime—especially crimes that involve guns—and an increase in the …

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Maylin Rodriguez-Paez – A Diet For Your MIND

Not eating seven fruits or veggies a day on a regular basis? Here’s another really good reason to rethink that strategy, according to recent research. This particular study emphasized that the intake of fruits and vegetables was clearly linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The results were published in the journal,Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association. …