Casual — the Golden Globe®-nominated Series is Back for Season Two on Hulu Ric Speaks with the Show’s Star, Comedic Actress Michaela Watkins

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Casual — the Golden Globe®-nominated comedy series from Oscar®-nominated director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air) returned for its second season on Hulu. The critically acclaimed series (already renewed for a third season) centers on Valerie Cole, a divorced mom and sex therapist (Michaela Watkins) who rediscovers herself while living with her brother Alex […]

Say Goodbye to Depression: Surefire Tips to Create More Joy and Vitality with Less Stress and Depression with Dr Susan Smith Jones

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Whether it’s holiday time, summertime or any time of the year, for many people, depression can set it and overwhelming stress can take over, so what we eat is significant if we want to avoid them. Our special guest, Dr Susan Smith Jones discusses what lifestyle choices and foods contribute to depression, and also what […]

From Crisis to Calling: Finding Your Moral Center in the Toughest Decisions

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Sasha Chanoff is the founder and executive director of RefugePoint, a humanitarian organization that finds lasting solutions for refugees in life threatening situations. Sasha faced a life and death decision during a US sponsored rescue operation in the Congo to evacuate massacre survivors that ultimately led to starting RefugePoint. He previously consulted for the UN […]

“Resting Places” A woman’s journey of self-discovery and spiritual awakening. The seventh and latest novel from Michael C. White

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Michael C. White is the author of six previous novels: Beautiful Assassin (Harper Collins, 2010), which won the 2011 Connecticut Book Award for Fiction; Soul Catcher, which was a Booksense and Historical Novels Review selection, as well as a finalist for the Connecticut Book Award; A Brother’s Blood, a New York Times Book Review Notable […]

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