A how-to and what-to-do program where skilled hosts welcome guests and callers to practice empathy, mindfulness, and effective communication. Do you want tools for connection, conflict resolution, and compassion for self and others? We explore skills, knowledge and resources to empower you to connect across differences.
Sundays 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
This is a collaborative program where skilled hosts welcome guests and callers to practice empathy, awareness, and authentic and effective communication. Our intention is to provide skills, knowledge, and resources that empower listeners to effectively connect across differences so that we can all work together to create a world that works for life.
Hosted by Nancy Kahn, Timothy Regan, and Marlena Willis.
Host Timothy Regan welcomes local Nonviolent Communication leader and trainer Meganwind Eoyang, to bring you into the experiences of healing and empowerment that happen for people in prison where she and her team lead Nonviolent Communication training groups with the Safer Communities Project of BayNVC. Many people are being released from prison different than they … Continued
Host Timothy Regan welcomes David Morton, Founder and Director of Men Against Violence. This episode is designed just for you if you are a man who does violence – if you hurts your family, your intimate partner, your children, and yourself. There is a way out. The violence in your family can stop with you. … Continued
“Can We All Just Get Along?”, how Rodney King’s question can serve as personal invitation for all in 2020 Talk It Out Radio – Sunday, December 29, 7:00 pm, on KPFA Radio (94.1 FM Berkeley and beyond, or live stream at kpfa.org): Host Nancy Kahn shares tools for getting along with others. She explores … Continued
Host Timothy Regan shares detailed guidance on how to forgive, in 3 parts: How to forgive yourself How to seek forgiveness and make amends How to forgive someone else Forgiveness is a process of deep understanding and acceptance. The application of empathy and Nonviolent Communication can lead to authentic forgiveness that is permanent, life-saving, and … Continued
How can we have the clarity of mind and freedom of heart to deal wisely with the difficulties we face, such as climate crisis? Host, Marlena Willis, talks with Buddhist teachers, Thanissaro and Kittisaro, about their journey to engaged Buddhism and how meditation practice can give us tools to make positive change in our world. … Continued
Healing From Social Toxicity: Re-establishing the Value of Support in Community Host Nancy Kahn talks with Ted Marsh, who’s life’s purpose as a visionary community elder and activist, is to inspire and collaborate with elders in living the values of support, collaboration and alliances together. Ted shares his awareness of how we have been … Continued
Host Timothy Regan invites listeners to help unpack a powerful principle given to us by the nonviolence movement of Martin Luther King, Jr. This principle is: “Attack forces of evil, not persons doing evil.” In other words, “direct all of your wrath, your fury, your outrage, and your passion at systems and conditions that harm … Continued
Tonight’s show invites us to take personal inventory of our personal and professional relationships to explore the warning signs of an emotionally abusive relationship. How do you know if you are in an emotionally abusive relationship in your personal life or at work? Our host offers the warning signs and patterns of emotionally abusive relationships; … Continued
Host Nancy Kahn is joined by Dr. Barbara Morrill who presents Part II of our series on the life of Etty Hillesum. Etty was a young Dutch Jewish woman of twenty-seven, who found an inner path to liberation, and ‘union with the ground of her being’ in the face of the horror of her times, the … Continued