The Living Happiness Radio Hour

Tom's show, The Living Happiness Radio Hour, is a joyful exploration of all things Positive Psychology. Part of Health Connections, LHRH appears occasional Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m. on AM950, the Progressive Voice of Minnesota. Tune in from anywhere on your computer or download the app at AM950. Please join the conversation by calling 952-946-6205 during the live broadcast.

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May 2018, Tom Glaser is a guest on Dr. Chris Frykman's Vibrant Potential Podcast

Full Heart Living is all about connecting. How do we most often connect? In conversation, of course! In "Rediscovering the Art Of Conversation," Tom tells you how to have deeper, more satisfying talks. (October 28, 2017)

Join in the laughter as Tom, Laurie Beth, and callers explore Full Heart Living for singles. Just in time for Valentines Day! (February 11, 2016)

Tom and Patty's guest is Josie Robinson, author of The Gratitude Jar. This podcast explores her striking journey, transforming from depression and alcohol abuse through the practice of gratitude. She developed a simple process using the acronym THANKS. "My life turned into a living miracle," she says. (December 17, 2016)

Tom, Patty, and organizational consultant Peter Bailey explore how harnessing the 4 domains of emotional intelligence (Self-awareness, Self-management, Social Awareness & Empathy, and Relationship Management) empower us to increase satisfaction in the workplace. (August 20, 2016)

Guest Dr. Jean Larson explores the essential role spending time in nature plays in our wellbeing. "We innately have this understanding that our health and wellbeing are tied to being in nature, but we’re so divorced from the natural world that we’ve lost all sight of it," she says. (June 11, 2016)

Tom Introduces Full Heart Living. What did he learn from interviewing the happiset people he knows? "Happiness is our birthright," he says. "And a few simple steps can bring us much more of it." (April 23, 2016)

Health psychologist Dr. Kristin Dahl and Tom Explore the Art of Cultivating Self-Love. "How are we able to show up in a loving way with ourselves, even during a difficult experience?" she asks. (February 13, 2016)

Author and life coach Kristy Sweetland on the Art of Receiving. "We can’t learn how to give until we know how to receive," she says. (December 19, 2015)

Mary Hayes Grieco explains her magnificent 8-step Forgiveness process. "What Grandma knew, studies now prove," she says. "Forgiveness heals." (October 24, 2015)

Author and researcher John Elfers, PhD, LMFT, explores Sacred Sexuality.  How can sex be a spritual--or even a religious-- experience? Listen in to find out. (August 15, 2015)

Hannah Lieder, founder of Minnesota Swims, recounts her captivating tale of losing her only son to murder. In a profound example of resilience, she went on to find meaning in foster parenting and in founding a nonprofit that aims to make it possible to teach all Minnesota children how to swim regardless of income. (June 13, 2015)

Want to to cultivate more joy in your life? Henry Emmons, MD, bestselling author of The Chemistry of Joy, explores how.  (May 2, 2015)

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Alex Iantaffi: All Gender Health: Beyond Mars and Venus. "Gender is bigger than you think, he says. "And here’s why." (February 28, 2015)

Patty Hlava, author of Living Gratitude and Cultivating Gratitude www.gratefulmindbody.com. "Gratutude is visceral and relational," she says. Listen in to discover both how and why. (November 22, 2014)

Andy Weisberg, author of Laid Off and Crazy Happy www.andyweisberg.com. Here how he achieved great joy--even after being laid off. (August 9, 2014)

Naturopathic physician Nathan Horek on What Is Self-Care www.twincitiesholistichealth.com. "Self-Care is the most sustainable medical tool I can provide," he says. (March 8, 2014)

Intention guru Ann Drew-Yu www.anndrewyu.com. "We need to ask the right questions," she says, "and that’s what intention asks of us." (Februay 1, 2014)

Chef and bestselling author Debbie Johnson on her cookbook Fun with Gluten-Free, Low Glycemic Food. Find out how delicious gluten-free can be. www.debbiejohnsonbooks.com  (November 9, 2013)

Kyoko Katayama of skyheartmountain.com on Mindful Living and Conscious Dying. “Conscious dying leads to mindful living," she says. (August 24, 2013)

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Sheila Duddy and Anna Roberts from Twin Cities Death Cafe. "Talking about death helps us appreciate life." (August 17, 2013)

Superwoman Sheila St. James of TV's "Shape Up with Sheila" explored engaging under-represented populations in health and wellness. Why is wellness promotion of particular importance for multicultural folks? (June 1, 2013)

KSTP weather guru Ken Barlow explores destigmatizing mental illness. Ken recently went public with his longtime struggle with Bipolar. Pete Feigel, President Emeritus of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)-Hennepin County also participated. (March 16, 2013)

Elaine Arons, PhD, author of The Highly Sensitive Person. What does it mean to be an HSP? How can HSPs cope with their often misunderstood trait and what are the often hidden benefits? (January 12, 2013)

Tom's first guest was Henry Emmons, MD, author of The Chemistry of Joy. Listen in to learn how simple practices like mindfulness can help you achieve more joy than you thought possible. (November 17, 2012)


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