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Communal Narcissism with Dr. Paul Meier I

Join Dr. Paul Meier and Kristin as they discuss communal narcissism and its impact on all of us.

DEFINITION: According to this model, communal narcissism may be understood as an agency-communion characteristic; that is, communal narcissists’ agentic core motives (i.e., grandiosity, esteem, entitlement, and power) are expressed through communal means (e.g., helpfulness and trustworthiness).

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Just the Way You Are with Dr. Paul Wichansky

Kristin interviews Dr. Paul Wichansky with Mental Health News Radio Network’s film producing partner, Chas for an incredible story of resilience, positive attitude, and inspiration.

Dr. Wichansky has never let his attitude become a disability. He was born with cerebral palsy and have a hearing loss. He is an author, speaker, meteorologist, and humanitarian. He has worked hard
to transform obstacles into opportunities for self-improvement, and host inspirational programs designed to show his audiences, by example, how they can also do the same.

He is a motivational speaker who hosts programs that inspire confidence, growth, and opportunity. Topics include disability awareness, diversity, anti-bullying, overcoming adversity, and optimism and resilience.

The NJ Senate honored him with a proclamation for sharing his story with over a million children and teens, parents, educators, and other professionals during an inspiring 40-year speaking career nationwide.

An inspiration to many, you can find out more about him at

CoVid Collateral Damage, Students Mental Health and Suicide Risk

Join Dr. Lisa Day and The Mental Health Comedian, Frank King, for a discussion about suicide and teens during the pandemic.

1. What are Pre-Covid incidents of students Mental Health Challenges and Suicide
Risk? Has this increased since CoVid?

2. What are the contributors to the increased stress on student mental health and suicidal

3. What impact has CoVid had on students’ access to mental health services?

4. In what ways has technology contributed to monitoring student’s mental health?

5. How do we know if our children are struggling with suicidal thoughts?

6. How do we know if our children are struggling with suicidal thoughts?

7. What can families do to support students during this time? What do we say if we believe
our children are having suicidal thoughts?

8. How can we keep students healthy in the Digital World of Social Distancing?

9. How can we help our kids with adaptation and resilience?

10. How can we support our kids with re-integration?

11. How can we address the development of dysfunctional coping patterns that may have

12. What can we do to keep ourselves healthy to support the children in these
unprecedented times?


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