Conversations with Lizz Sommars
'Conversations' - 8/25/13
'Jump-Starting Boys', Pam Withers. 'Pilgrim's Wilderness', Tom Kizzia.
40%. Male. Due in part to poor grades earned throughout middle and high school . We're going to talk up the issue of falling sons. With Pam whether -- him as a parent and an award winning
'Conversations' - 8/18/13
'The Lost Bank', Kirsten Grind. 'Headhunters on My Doorstep', J. Maarten Troost.
He -- South Pacific island travels in his in connection to Robert Louis Stevenson . Hello Martin thanks for coming on the program today out yeah. What you like to travel to south -- visiting obscure and hard to get two islands following the path that Robert Louis Stevenson took in the late eighteen hundreds. My guess undertook that adventure in the South Pacific after a stint in rehab. Newly sober and searching for -- new reason to be excited about life he immersed himself in the world I'm Robert Louis Stevenson . Deciding to follow Stevenson's journey on a trip that took him to places like the mark cases to Haiti Samoa -- body just to name a few. What's it like to recover from addiction while -- venturing across the seats were gonna find out. Martin truth is a travel writer and of course Robert Louis Stevenson fan he was a consultant for the world bank and lived in the Netherlands the Czech Republic Canada Fiji then I want to among other exotic locations before settling down near Washington DC he's third book in the South
'Conversations' - 8/11/13
'The Silver Cloud Diet', Dr. John Salerno. 'Dropping Acid', Dr. Jamie Koufman.
we'll talk about these in just a second eating the quote unquote good foods that you write about. But also cooking from scratch -- like your mother grandmother used to give exact correct. There's no question
do I was preserve food and its consequences. So some of the good foods quote and quote that will help to reduce acid reflux in your -- detox diet would be a couple examples. Well first
'Conversations' - 8/4/13
'Headtrash', Tish Squillaro. 'Finding Home', Sally Ooms.
and your child but I particularly enjoyed speaking with the man from Sri Lanka who now at live in Iowa. And he came over at supporting exchange student but -- had to go back to Sri Lanka and he was just determined these clinics from the United States . So he worked for four years in and getting his -- hold. Experience and he went to school to get a degree
'Conversations' - 7/28/13
'The Universe in the Rear View Mirror', Dave Goldberg, Ph.D.
get rid of that randomness. Quantum mechanics sort of has. Random component hard wired into it. And even now would it it means that it the most fundamental level. There's sort of a monkey in the
'Conversations' - 7/21/13
'The Bliss Experiment', Sean Meshorer. 'To Sing Frogs', John Simmons.
next houllier will be the first sure that we have kids moving higher education . If you would like to learn more about the work of my guest today John Simmons you can go to this web
'Conversations' - 7/14/13
'The New World of Work', Terri Maxwell. 'Slouching Toward Adulthood', Sally Koslow.
job when they graduate in there might be fewer. I'm not admonishing art history majors we need actually to make it but let's just say there might be -- history majors they're people who. Specialize in
'Poisoned', Jeff Benedict. 'The Wonder of Aging', Michael Gurian.
'Conversations' - 6/30/13
'Child Sex Trafficking', Phil Martin, Breanna Stewart.
they are exposed to pornography young gains. They had a lot of domestic violence tents and their families divorce just a lot of contributing factors that over course of their lifetime. Brought them to this point
of poverty hunger homelessness. Drug addiction and pornography which you mentioned earlier domestic violence . How that all plays a role in how someone becomes victimized by this industry. I think that it just -- to --
into anybody's past you're gonna see you know divorce you're gonna see domestic violence -- gonna see maybe they were teen runaways and they're addicted to drugs or something like that and so that really led
'Conversations' - 6/23/13
'Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself', Dr. Joe Dispenza. 'Full Rip 9.0', Sandi Doughton.
locked in the failure and -- not doomed by your genes are hard wired to be a certain way for the rest of your life you can in fact. May change stick by understanding the dynamics of how your brain works and retraining to work differently. He says lasting change is not a dream. Doctor -- spends -- studied biochemistry and neuroscience and pulled the doctor of chiropractic from life university in Atlanta. He is a private practice here in the Puget Sound area he writes about this subject in about breaking the habit of being yourself. And his website
in changing bad habits. Well they used to say the brain was hard wired you know they yeah you get to be 35 years old and that's it you're you know -- personality -- a finite