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Fighting for Love

Fighting for Love

By Mari Frank
All of us experience conflict. Conflict is the result of differing pespectives. it signals a need for channge. Conflict in iteself can be a great opportunity for growth. This program will help our audience diagnose their conflict situations, and acquire the necessary tools for turning conflict into collaboration. I know of no other show that addresses fighting for love and conflict resolution in this way.
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Mari Frank Interviews Mark Waldman, Segment 2
Mari Frank & Mark Waldman Interview about Neuroconference
June 19, 2019
Mari Frank Interviews Mark Waldman, Segment 1
Author & Radio Host Mari Frank interviews Mark Waldman about the Neuroconference
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love Interview w/ Mari Frank & Allanna Pratt
   Intimacy Expert, Allana Pratt is a global media personality who awakens open-hearted, unapologetic living after heartbreak. Her own custody battle inspired vulnerability and courage that landed her a featured weekly column on the GoodMenProject, featured as an Icon of Influence, and as Guest Expert on Huffington Post, People Magazine, Forbes, The Jenny McCarthy Show among other national media. This Ivy League grad is the Author of 4 top selling books, has interviewed Whoopi Goldberg, Alanis Morissette and Dr. Bernie Seigel and Hosts the edgy Podcast “Intimate Conversations” where listeners learn how to find the relationship they deserve. A certified coach, Allana was asked by Leeza Gibbons to coach her during Dancing with the Stars. With over 4.5 million viewers on YouTube, Allana is the go-to authority when struggling to trust again after heartbreak. She offers private coaching and retreats to support her clients have thriving intimate relationships with themselves first, which naturally attracts their ideal partnerships. To learn more, please visit
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love with Mari Frank & Mark Waldman
Author & radio show Mari Frank interviews author Mark Waldman on this week's Fighting for Love segment. Mark Waldman is one of the world's leading experts on communication, spirituality, and the brain. He is on the faculty at Loyola Marymount University's College of Business and the Holmes Institute. He was a founding member and Associate Fellow at the Center for Spirituality and the Mind at the University of Pennsylvania. Mark has authored 12 books, including the national bestseller, How God Changes Your Brain, which Oprah selected as one of the nine "Must Read" books for 2012. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals throughout the world and his work has been featured in Time Magazine, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Investor's Business Weekly, and Oprah Magazine. He has appeared on PBS Television and NPR Radio and he received the Distinguished Speaker award from the Mind Science Foundation. Mark's latest book, Words Can Change Your Brain, teaches readers how to rapidly build trust and intimacy with others, and to resolve conflicts before they even begin. The Compassionate Communication strategies are part of Loyola Marymount University's Executive MBA program and have been taught to schools and organizations throughout the world.
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love Interview w/ Mari Frank & Rhys Thomas
   Rhys Thomas is a visionary author, speaker, trainer, and coach in the personal growth and energy medicine field. He is the founder of the Rhys Thomas Institute of Energy Medicine and the creator of the Rhys Method®, a powerful system self-discovery, transformation, and healing. The Rhys Method is taught exclusively at the Rhys Thomas Institute of Energy Medicine, through the Rhys Thomas Coaching Programs, and through his products and on-line programs. To learn more, please visit
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love Interview w/ Mari Frank & Edward Viljoen
   EDWARD VILJOEN (pronounced full-YOON) is the senior minister at the Center for Spiritual Living in Santa Rosa, CA. He is the author of the book The Power of Meditation, co-author (with Chris Michaels) of Spirit is Calling and Practice the Presence, and co-author (with Joyce Duffala) of Seeing Good at Work. He lives in Santa Rosa, California. 
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love Interview w/ Mari Frank & Paul Selig
   In his breakthrough works of channeled literature, author and medium Paul Selig has recorded an extraordinary program for personal and planetary evolution. Selig was born in New York City and received his master's degree from Yale. He had a spiritual experience in 1987 that left him clairvoyant. As a way to gain a context for what he was beginning to experience, he studied a form of energy healing, working at Marianne Williamson's Manhattan Center for Living and in his own private practice. In the process, he began to "hear" for his clients, and much of Selig's work now is as a clairaudient, clairvoyant, channel, and empath. Selig has led channeled energy groups for many years and published his first book of channeled learnings, I Am the Word, in 2010. Paul’s unique abilities have been featured on ABC News Nightline, Fox News, the Biography Channel series The UneXplained, Gaim TV’s Beyond Belief and the documentary film Paul & The Word. He has appeared on numerous radio shows and podcasts including Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and Bob Olson’s Afterlife TV.   To learn more, visit
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love Interview w/ Mari Frank & Patricia Albere
   Patricia Albere internationally known contemporary spiritual teacher and author of the new book, Evolutionary Relationships: Unleashing the Power of Mutual Awakening. She is the founder and director of the Evolutionary Collective and has worked with over 200,000 people in groups in the last 40 years exploring a new field of ‘intersubjective awakening’ and post-personal development.  Learn more at
June 19, 2019
Fighting for Love Interview w/ Mari Frank & William Ury
Author of Fighting for Love: Turn Conflict into Intimacy and radio host, Mari Frank interviews best selling author and speaker, William Ury. William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is one of the world’s leading experts on negotiation and mediation. He is currently a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Harvard Negotiation Project. He is co-author with Roger Fisher and Bruce Patton of Getting to Yes, a fifteen-million-copy bestseller translated into over thirty-five languages, and the author of Getting Past No, The Power of a Positive No, The Third Side, and, most recently, the award-winning Getting to Yes with Yourself. Over the past thirty-five years, William has served as a negotiation adviser and mediator in conflicts ranging from Kentucky wildcat coal mine strikes to ethnic wars in the Middle East, the Balkans, and former Soviet Union, and most recently in Colombia, where he serves as a senior advisor to President Juan Manuel Santos. With former president Jimmy Carter, William co-founded the International Negotiation Network, a non-governmental body seeking to end civil wars around the world. He has taught negotiation and mediation to tens of thousands of corporate executives, labor leaders, diplomats, and military officers around the world. During the 1980s, he helped the U.S. and Soviet governments create nuclear crisis centers designed to avert an accidental nuclear war. In that capacity, he served as a consultant to the Crisis Management Center at the White House. William is co-founder of the Climate Parliament, which offers members of congress and parliament across the world an Internet-based forum to address practical solutions for climate change. Time magazine described the organization as a “Google for global politics.” William is founder of the Abraham Path Initiative, which shines a light on the ancient path of Abraham, the legendary common ancestor of over half of humanity, celebrated for his kindness and hospitality toward perfect strangers. The initiative supports trails along this path and inspires walks that create unlikely connections across cultures, fostering local livelihood and global understanding. Christiane Amanpour calls the Abraham Path “an unprecedented initiative to break down barriers and foster communication in the most divided region of the world.” He has a popular TED talk about the Abraham Path, entitled “The Walk from No to Yes.” William is the recipient of the Whitney North Seymour Award from the American Arbitration Association and the Distinguished Service Medal from the Russian Parliament. His work has been widely featured in the media, including The New York Times, The Financial Times, CNN, and the BBC. Trained as a social anthropologist, with a B.A. from Yale and a Ph.D. from Harvard, William has carried out his research on negotiation not only in the boardroom and at the bargaining table, but also among the Bushmen of the Kalahari and the clan warriors of New Guinea.
June 13, 2019