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Lifting Heavy Things: Healing Trauma One Rep at a Time
Featured Speaker: Laura Khoudari  
When you think about healing from emotional trauma, do you picture Olympic-style weightlifters, loud clanking barbells weighing hundreds of pounds, or even that dusty pair of dumbbells tucked away in your closet?
Can the Pandemic Make Us Stronger? Endurance Athletes Tell Us How
Featured Speaker: Elizabeth Bernstein  
Dog mushers, sailers, Olympic runners. What do these athletes all have in common? Endurance. And today we're learning from them how to get through the rest of this ongoing pandemic.
Fierce Self Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power, and Thrive
Featured Speaker: Dr. Kristin Neff  
Have you been struggling this past year, wondering how you're going to get through it? Maybe feeling lost, down, shame blame, and guilt. Well, have you tried a little self-compassion yet?
Martha Teichen: Legendary CBS Reporter and Now, Author
Featured Speaker: Martha Teichen  

Martha Teichner has been a correspondent for “CBS Sunday Morning” since December 1993, where she’s equally adept at covering major breaking national and international news stories as she is handling in-depth cultural and arts topics. 

EMBR Labs: Helping You Cool Down In Menopause
Featured Speaker: Liz Gazda  
How did 3 guys in their 20s at MIT develop some of the most forward-thinking technology for women in menopause? 


Table For Five: A Father's Story of Life, Love, and Loss
Featured Speaker: Ted Yang  
As an about-to-be first-time father, Ted Yang felt he had it all: married to the love of his life, a fulfilling and lucrative career, and an instant family with triplets on the way.

It all changed in the blink of an eye with premature birth, a death, and years-long struggle to keep a child alive. 




Starting The First-Ever Online Clinic for Women in Menopause
Featured Speaker: Jill Angelo  
The M-word is back again this episode: Menopause. 



A New Way to Burn Calories at Your Desk
Featured Speaker: Joel Heath  
People have been trying for ages to make sitting at a desk for 8 hours a day healthier. Sitting on a ball, treadmill desks, standing desks, and more. Well, now there is another option: the FluidStance.



A Guide To Living The Life You Were Born To Live For People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday
Featured Speaker: Sedena Cappannelli  
As soon as we're born we begin to age. Then why are we in this country taught to avoid and resent aging from a young age?
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