Do people vote for the policy or the personality of the candidate?
Black women in America have a different experience than white women with the healthcare system as well as maintaining their own good health. Why and what needs to be done?
Dick’s guest is Lisa Peyton Caire, Founder and President of The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness.
What is fear? What is the difference between rational fears, irrational fears and phobias? How can you overcome your fears to be more successful and fulfilled?
Dick’s guest is Dr. Carla Manly, author of Joy from Fear: Create the Life of Your Dreams by Making Fear Your Friend.
Having both emotional intelligence and authenticity greatly enhance the likelihood of success in work and in relationships.
Dick’s guest, Roger Wolkoff, is a motivational speaker who specializes in helping organizations train employees to realize their highest emotional intelligence.
It’s a special skill to keep your cool around people who are cruel, obnoxious or just downright unpleasant. It can be done.
Dick’s guest Dr. Tina Hallis, author of Sharpen Your Positive Edge and expert in positivity, shares her 5 steps to deal with negativity.
Self esteem and self confidence are different. At the core of mental health and enjoying life is being comfortable in your own skin, i.e. self acceptance and self esteem.
Dick’s guest is Dr. Carla Manly, Ph.D. and author of several books related to self esteem and self acceptance.
A transgendered woman shares thoughts on training police departments and other organizations about transgender sensitivity as well as her life before and after her personal transition.
Dick’s guest, Ginger Baier, is a Transgender Health Advocate at the OutReach LGBT Community Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
The average American black family has 1/12 the wealth of the average white family. Some of the reasons for this might surprise you or even shock you. Recently, Congress has taken up the issue of reparations.
Dick’s guest, Kaleem Caire is a national leader in the K-12 movement. He is also a leader in the Madison community working to close the racial divide and inequities and spent 4 years as the president of the Madison Urban League.
How can hospital chaplains help those patients receiving a terrible diagnosis? Can they comfort the non-believers in a health crisis? What life lessons can be gleaned from their experiences?
Dick’s guest is Rabbi Yonasen Meadows, Senior Staff Chaplain at Unity Point Meriter Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.
Author Gregory Kotsaftis shares how his prison and post-prison experience changed him as well as sharing first hand what is counter-productive in our criminal justice system.