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Energy Stew – Gender roles and eroticism interview – 03.09.18

What would life be like without so much sexual heat in our society? We likely wouldn’t even be here if that urge wasn’t so strong. It’s unfortunate the urge also can make us nuts. Maybe if we were much more in our heads and not so much in our bodies we would have a safer world. We sure need a …

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Energy Stew – How important is pleasing others? – 01.12.18

How well do we get along with others?What are our social strategies for being successful in life? Who do we become when we need to bend when speaking to and relating to others? Barbara Berger is a personal boundary expert and will help us understand how to be true to ourselves in our own ways. Not everyone holds to the …

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Replenish Me – 01.04.18

Shari Khan, for more than 25 years, has worked with hundreds of people to support them in developing the right skills and behaviours to succeed at work. Although her educational background is in Chemistry, she says, it is what” got me interested in relationships and reactions.” Put two different substances together and watch them change colour, fizz, or even let …

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Energy Stew – Can you always be true to yourself or is your life about too many compromises? – 12.01.17

Can you always be true to yourself or is your life about too many compromises? How do you find the path to own your whole life and find fulfillment? Of course we need to compromise and consider others so how do you make the best choices for yourself? Hear what Barbara has to say about how to live more authentically. …

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A Just Cause Radio – The Right to Protest Under Fire in America – 10.15.17

The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks our AJC Radio Hosts will be discussing and giving their insight about the Right to Protest with our guest Nico Perrino, Director of Communications for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) and host of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast. Nico graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington (IU) with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and history. Download this episode …

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Research shows how reading for pleasure can improve your life

Research by the University of Liverpool’s Centre for Research into Reading, Literature and Society (CRILS) has found that people who read are more likely to be satisfied with their lives. The study, headed by Dr Josie Billington, explored the emotional, social and psychological benefits to adults of regular reading for pleasure. Commissioned by Galaxy chocolate on behalf of Quick Reads, a programme …

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How The Politics of Memory Affects Us All – Sam Osherson Ph.D.

“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”  Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun. This year brings a 50th anniversary commemoration of the Vietnam War sponsored by the Pentagon, complete with a website, interactive videos, and a $15 million price tag for taxpayers. Cost overruns are to be expected. Commemoration? Is that quite the right word to describe a war, particularly …

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Wendell Berry on Climate Change: To Save the Future, Live in the Present

I. [2013] So far as I am concerned, the future has no narrative. The future does not exist until it has become the past. To a very limited extent, prediction has worked. The sun, so far, has set and risen as we have expected it to do. And the world, I suppose, will predictably end, but all of its predicted …