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Neuroscience research has led to a new understanding of how early childhood experience, especially parent-child attachment, affects neural connections in our brain, in turn shaping the way we think, feel and behave in later relationships and situations. But, as UCLA psychiatrist Dan Siegel discusses with Marti & Erin, our “mind” is more than our “brain,”…

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healthier ways of eating and living guests Kerry Larson & Chris Knutson

When Kerry Larson decided to embrace the idea of cleaner, healthier living, he didn’t do it halfway. He and his family not only changed their ways, but Kerry also set out to create the kind of grocery business that would help other families make similar changes, especially in communities that had few such options. In…

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self-compassion guest Dr. Shilagh Mirgain

We’ve all heard the question, “What kind of world are we leaving for our children?” But Dr. Shilagh Mirgain, a health and sport psychologist at the University of Wisconsin, turns that question on its head and asks, “What kind of children are we leaving for our world?” Whatever the ages of your children, don’t miss…

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mindful parenting guest Matthew Sanford

Matthew Sanford was a strong, healthy young man when a devastating accident turned his world upside down. Paraplegic and suffering unimaginable loss, Matthew couldn’t have known what a rich and productive life lay before him. But 33 years later, Matthew is father of a 15-year-old son, a sought-after public speaker and teacher of yoga to…

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Read about a group of high school kids’ experiences “unplugging” and participating in an overnight outdoor wilderness program in this Mpls. St. Paul Magazine article by Beth Dooley. Check out the green Science Says to Go Play Outside box on pg. 73 for ways Marti says kids may be suffering due to less time out…

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