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Natasha NOW!

Natasha NOW!

By Natasha Sherman
Natasha Sherman, Life Success Coach, TV Host & Producer, infinitely curious, thought provocateur - has conversations about subjects that have meaning for most of us; happiness, what it takes to survive the seemingly unsurvivable, consciousness-raising, addiction, wrongfully convicted, death penalty, healing, etc.
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Loss of a Son From A Drug Overdose
Stephanie Oswald lost her son January 27, 2017, due to an overdose of fentanyl-laced heroin. His addiction started with opioids for pain after an accident and surgery. Stephanie is on a mission to change the course of the epidemic of death due to opioids.
29:12
June 21, 2022
Domestic Violence - Signs to Watch for and Sources of Help
Donna Zytko, Counselor & Advocate at Womanspace in NJ, shares important information and insights. Domestic violence is not just physical.  It can be verbal, psychological, even financial.
28:27
June 07, 2022
The Opioid Epidemic - One Father's Story
Larry Mihlon, former Chief of Police of West Long Branch New Jersey talks about his son's heroin overdose. His son was one of the lucky ones who was resuscitated. Larry talks about the trauma, lessons learned, and his mission to raise awareness.
28:16
May 17, 2022
Death Penalty - 1st hand account
“No one can speak personally about conducting and being personally responsible for killing people in the name of society better than I can," says Frank Thompson, former Oregon State Penitentiary Superintendent. Riveting, compelling and eye-opening from someone who personally participated in executions.
27:44
May 03, 2022
KGB Spy in America - Part 2
Interview with Jack Barsky, former sleeper agent of the KGB  who spent 10 years as an undercover agent in the US. He was captured by the FBI in 1997.
27:49
April 26, 2022
KGB Spy in America - Part 1
Interview with Jack Barsky, former sleeper agent of the KGB  who spent 10 years as an undercover agent in the US. He was captured by the FBI in 1997.
26:55
April 12, 2022
Dating
A funny, open, and engaging conversation - 4 people share perspectives, experiences, and challenges
27:44
March 23, 2022
What the Akashic Records/"The Book of Life" Can Tell Us
Cheryl Harrell talks about reading the Akashic Records .  In theosophy and anthroposophy, the Akashic records are a compendium of all human events, thoughts, words, emotions, and intent ever to have occurred in the past, present, or future.
26:58
March 09, 2022
Precognitive Dreaming
Dale Graff, author of "Tracks in the Psychic Wilderness - An Exploration of ESP, Remote Viewing, Precognitive Dreaming and Synchronicity" talks about precognitive dreams.
27:47
February 22, 2022
The Immigrant Experience
The immigrant experience can be harrowing, delightful, challenging, filled with joy, etc. Everyone's story is different but hearing the different stories is what has us connect and relate and learn. This interview is with two brothers of Afghan descent.
27:20
February 09, 2022
Autin Wright
Conversation with Jamaican-born sculptor, Autin Wright. Autin talks about his work, his process, his journey, and his 26 years at the Seward Johnson Atelier.
46:32
January 18, 2022
Alternative Treatments for Cancer
Conversation with Dr. Carlos Bautista who opened his internationally acclaimed Immunity Therapy Center in Mexico in 2007 with the goal of providing the highest quality medical care, using alternative multiple holistic cancer therapies that are the most effective, more natural, less aggressive, and individually customized.
26:29
January 04, 2022
"Proof of Heaven"; Dr. Eben Alexander's Near Death Experience
After decades as a physician and teacher at Harvard Medical School and elsewhere, renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Eben Alexander thought he knew how the brain, mind and consciousness worked; until he had a transcendental near-death experience. His books "Proof of Heaven" and "The Map of Heaven" have collectively spent more than 2 years atop the New York Times and international bestseller lists.
28:33
December 21, 2021
Weight loss through surgery; one person's story
Carl Archer, an elder law attorney, was 500+ pounds and how he could engage with life became more and more limited.. He reached the familiar "sick and tired of being sick and tired" and chose surgery. He talks openly of the wins, the challenges, the processes, and the impact on his life.
28:13
December 07, 2021
Traumatic brain injury; a conversation with Chiropractic Neurologist Dr. Vincent Kiechlin.
As well as addressing traumatic brain injury, Dr. Kiechlin discusses simple ways to keep our brains healthy.
26:43
November 16, 2021
Being Gay, Being Transgender; Free and Open Q & A
Free and open Q & A with William Placek, a gay man and Seth Rainess, a transgender man.  Questions range from the issue of what public bathrooms you get to use, to "coming out", to the significance of pronouns, and the very real impact of friends and family support.
27:46
November 02, 2021
Being Gay, Being Transgender; Two Personal Stories
Interview with William Placek, a gay man and Seth Rainess, a transgender man; their very real stories of grappling with what it takes to live in the world as gay and transgender and, ultimately their personal “victories”.
27:08
October 19, 2021
The Cure for Hate
Tony McAleer, a former member of the white aryan resistance and co-founder of the nonprofit group "Life After Hate", uses the prism of his own experience to examine what draws young people to hate groups. In his book "The Cure For Hate: A Former White Supremacist's Journey From Violent Extremism to Radical Compassion" Tony details his own journey from middle class doctor's son to violent white supremacist before the spiritual change that finally allowed him to leave hate behind.
26:48
October 05, 2021
Surviving a Mother's Murder
Murder of a family member and the journey to forgiveness ... Stephanie Cassatly's mother was murdered in a hold-up when Stephanie was 18. Years later she shared her story, her journey to forgiveness, and talked about her soon to be released book "Notice of Release."  Since this interview her book "Notice of Release: A Daughter's Journey to Forgive Her Mother's Murder" has been released.
26:54
October 05, 2021
Wrongfully convicted of rape and murder at age 16. (Part 2 of 2)
Jeff Descovic was a victim of the legal system at its worst; and, it can happen to anyone.  In this interview Jeff shares the frightening step-by-step events that ended with him spending 16 years in prison for a crime he never committed.  He is one of the "lucky" ones who was exonerated.  He has since passed the bar exam in New York and works to exonerate the wrongfully convicted, but his "start story" is worth hearing if only as a warning.
27:44
September 05, 2021
Wrongfully convicted of rape and murder at age 16. (Part 1 of 2)
Jeff Descovic was a victim of the legal system at its worst; and, it can happen to anyone.  In this interview Jeff shares the frightening step-by-step events that ended with him spending 16 years in prison for a crime he never committed.  He is one of the "lucky" ones who was exonerated.  He has since passed the bar exam in New York and works to exonerate the wrongfully convicted, but his "start story" is worth hearing if only as a warning.
26:51
September 05, 2021
Beating the Odds - An African American in the South during Jim Crow.
Eugene Marsh grew up as an African-American in the south in the Jim Crow era.  He became the first African-American to integrate an all-white high school in 1965.  He served in Vietnam and upon returning ended up living in the streets.  Because he never gave up, his story is a profoundly inspiring one of beating the odds.
26:38
August 17, 2021
Guest Anita Moorjani, Near Death Experience
Anita Moorjani, author of "Dying to Be Me" was dying of cancer, her organs failed, and she was in a coma when she entered into an extraordinary near-death experience (NDE).  She returned, and was cancer-free within weeks.  She shares her story, her insights, and a very powerful message.
26:40
August 05, 2021
Guest Tommy Rosen, Addiction Recovery Expert
Conversation with Tommy Rosen, yoga teacher, addiction recovery expert with 29 years of continuous recovery from drug addiction, and author of "Recovery 2.0..Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life."  His book is described by expert Gabor Mate M.D. as "what I unreservedly regard as the best book I have ever read on the subject of recovery from addiction." Tommy defines addiction as ANY BEHAVIOR you continue to do despite the fact that it brings negative consequences into your life.  We all have those.  Tommy shares knowledge, insight, information and wisdom.
28:18
July 20, 2021
A story of complete recovery from scleroderma - still considered incurable
Jane Grecsek's life has been devastatingly altered by scleroderma (A group of rare diseases that involve the hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissue).  In many people, scleroderma also harms structures such as blood vessels, internal organs and the digestive tract.  This was the case with Jane.  Scleroderma is considered incurable.  Amazingly, after at least 20 years she found something that worked.  Her recovery has been miraculous - full and complete recovery/reversal.
26:31
July 08, 2021