We talk with Ryan Hanlon, with National Council for Adoption, about the largest survey of adoptive parents ever conducted. We talk about who adoptive parents are, the needs of the kids adopted, and so much more. In the episode, we cover:Who is adopting in the US? How are they similar and how do they differ from the general population of parents in relation to income and education level?What are the primary motivations for parents to adopt? Does it differ based on domestic infant adoption, international adoption, and foster care adoption?What type of special needs or diagnoses do adopted children have?How well are adoptive parents meeting these needs?How are adopted kids doing in school?What degree of openness or contact with birth families is common for infant adoption, intercountry adoption, and adoptions from foster care?How do adoptive parents view their relationship with birth families?How common are attachment issues in adoption and what factors contribute to attachment problems?How are parents meeting the needs of transracially adopted children?How satisfied are adoptive parents with the decision to adopt? Knowing what they know now, would they do it again?This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the show
Today's episode will discuss the importance of looking at our attachment style. Laura will also talk about how our attachment style affects our relationship to other people. Finally, we will discuss ways to help become more securely attached to yourself and God!
Today's episode brings you a totally new set-up: Dr. Becky in the guest seat. In anticipation of something *very special* coming to your shelves this September, Dr. Becky's book editor Julie Will steps into the role of host to share the full story behind “Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be.” As Julie asks what inspired the book, how it differs from other parenting resources, and where the “Good Inside” philosophy began, Dr. Becky's passion for thinking about parents, kids, and family systems will light you up, too. You'll learn the full story behind her journey from practicing “behavior-first” parent coaching to creating the Good Inside framework—including her “aha” moment in the middle of a session—and why she believes there's no one “right” way to parent. Yes, this is an episode about Dr. Becky's book… and it's also so much more. It's the story of a paradigm shift in how we understand ourselves and our kids. It's the story of a growing movement. Available on September 13. Pre-order your copy of “Good Inside” today at [https://www.goodinside.com/book/](https://www.goodinside.com/book/) and claim your exclusive gifts: an early release chapter and six sections of Dr. Becky's foundational workshop, Managing Meltdowns. Join Good Inside Membership: https://bit.ly/3cqgG2A Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Outschool's online learning platform has over 150,000 live interactive classes—it's the perfect way to keep your kids engaged in learning and fun all summer. And because there are classes every single day of the week, from morning to night, you can schedule your kid's classes to work around your schedule. Go to www.outschool.com/goodinside and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
A clear-eyed meditation on suffering: both what suffering is, and the mental source of suffering in our delusions of attachment, anger, and self-centered ignorance. We practice the antidotes to these delusions, giving us tools for a more balanced, less self-centered view of our experience that offers sustained stability and happiness through life's challenges and desires.16. Guided Meditation: Letting Go of SufferingTwo years ago, we created A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment to share the rich tradition of Tibetan Buddhist analytical meditation in a form that requires no belief beyond what science currently accepts. The first 40 episodes of the podcast gradually go through all of these topics, in order, beginning with appreciating the gift of our life and our place in the universe, and gradually moving up to cultivating boundless compassion for all beings and understanding the ultimate nature of our inner and outer realities. Over the next year, interspersed with new interviews, we are re-releasing updated versions of these topics.Support the show
Attachment is the most painful form of struggle. Attachment to a person, an idea, food, money, a negative belief… the list goes on and on. That attachment is driven by fear, and it's learned in childhood. You watched how love was given or withheld, and what you had to do in order to get it. Growing up you became attached to the way you saw the world, and your place in it. If you felt empty, you would become attached to whatever might fill you up. Struggle felt normal because that's what you knew. But when you choose struggle, you tend to attract more of it, creating a vicious cycle. And so it goes with attachment—the tighter your grip, the more it shows up. So how do you stop? In this episode I'll challenge you to really look at what you're doing, then ask yourself where it comes from (your childhood conditioning), why you are attached to it and what it keeps you from realizing. This will give you insight into your attachment so you can slowly break the patterns that created it. Choice by choice, action by action, you can get off the struggle bus.
In this episode, guest speaker Ren Russ talks about her challenges in dating and relationships with having an avoidant attachment style. Ren speaks to the complexities and the multidimensional nature of our attachment style(s). If you're ready to understand the fears that drive the avoidant's behaviors and how to become more secure, definitely tune into this conversation. ————————— Ren Russ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @blondelobotomy ______________ My Secure Self Academy: https://jessicadasilvacoaching.com/ ______________ Find me at: Instagram: @thejessicadasilva Tiktok: @jessicadasilvacoaching Coach with me: (book a free Clarity Call with me) at www.jessicadasilvacoaching.com Free Attachment Style Quiz: www.jessicadasilvacoaching.com
Dianne and Abby get a lot of listener questions about weaning the older baby.When we say older baby, we mean a year or more.There may be some challenges if you are planning to wean around a year. Listen up for more.If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to email@example.com. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:Weaning over 1 year [5:55]Dianne's PSA about weaning [6:17]Dianne's weaning experience [8:22]What's the average weaning age? [14:02]Techniques to try [22:01]Using foods to help [24:20]You might have an unhappy baby [26:51]Night weaning is hard [30:30]Replacing feeds with something else [31:40]Wean from nursing, but continue pumping [35:00]What will replace nursing? Another type of milk? [36:17] Episode is sponsored by Original Sprout and Idaho Jones Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out! https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/054-weaning-from-the-pump/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/you-reached-1-year-now-what/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/night-weaning-and-boundaries/ https://www.drjaygordon.com/blog-detail/category/Breastfeeding Set up your consultation with Diannehttps://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/ Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
Jason Van Ruler is a counselor, coach and speaker. You can check out his work below.https://www.jasonvr.com/https://www.solomonrecovery.com/https://www.instagram.com/jason.vanruler/?hl=enIf you enjoyed the podcast please rate, subscribe and share with your friends!Follow Scott on Instagram for more here. www.instagram.com/causingtheeffectpodcastYou can email Scott @ firstname.lastname@example.orgJust click below to subscribe to the YouTube channel!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDspmpM11TLZlqXv_bmV5jQ?sub_confirmation=1
In this episode, Karin welcomes Tiffany North, RN, CIEC, RN, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and creator of the Food Attachment Model™, to the show for the newest episode of Recovery Bites, “Secured Attachment With Food and Self”Join Karin and Tiffany for a conversation on Tiffany's Food Attachment Model™ and the four attachment styles, steps to healing one's relationship with food and body, the importance of mindfulness and intentional living, “ruptured attachment,” the intersection of eating disorders, substance, and alcohol abuse, setting barometers for success in recovery, and much more.Tiffany North is an RN, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and creator of the Food Attachment Model™, helping people with disordered eating finally find freedom, balance, and satisfaction. She helps clients to stop the binge/shame/restrict cycle. Her coaching focuses on secure attachment with self, body respect, through a HAES informed lens. With 22 years of sobriety, Tiffany feels that recovery has informed all areas of her life, especially her work as a nurse and a coach. Follow Tiffany on Instagram at @coachtiffanyrn and view her offerings.
What is meditation? What is attachment? It is time to nail down the basics! Originally recorded 08/11/22 And join our Meditation x Attachment Level 2 Fall intensive here: https://www.mettagroup.org/mxa-level-2-sept-2022-registration
Commentary to verses 23 – 28, which describe attachment as a hindrance, and dwelling in isolation as beneficial for developing concentration.
Our entire existence is made of different systems - all collaborating to keep us operating healthily on a mental, emotional, and physical level. But what happens when the systems don't operate smoothly? Just like any system, there can be conflicts that can make the process significantly more difficult. These "parts" are entities or "little beings" that live in our minds and manifest into physical or emotional reactions from traumatic events. Dr. Frank Anderson has spent decades of his life studying these parts and sharing his findings to help others utilize built-in resources like their "self-energy" to navigate their own traumas. Follow along as Sue Marriott and Dr. Anderson weave together psycho-pharmacology, trauma, neuroscience, attachment, and internal family systems.
Non attachment is appreciating things, people and circumstances as they are and not attaching an expecation to the outcome. This isn't something that is achieved overnight since trauma leads to attachment styles and issues. Things to help with non attachment are: meditation, acceptance, mindfulness and self love. The daily wellness practice allows you to love and appreciate withouth the need to attach yourself to an outcome. Become a patreon here! Follow the website for services and other socials www.thepositivityxperience.com
Many of us need to understand and know how everything is connected before we move forward into something new. But is there a cost to always maintaining the linear processes and habituation of the mind, even if we think that by doing so we've got more of the variables covered? In this episode, we're discussing breaking out of the box — releasing attachment to linearity. We'll talk about what to watch out for, and why this is so important for having our frequency resonance rise. The GFC (Group Frequency Calibration®) associated with this episode will help you to begin to release the distortion patterns that limit your ability to have a much higher perspective. Let's rise together! If you would like an opportunity to ask me questions in real time, join me when I go live on YouTube. Subscribe to the Spherical Luminosity YouTube channel and click the reminder bell to be notified when I am live: http://bit.ly/SL-YTSubscribe For the latest news about upcoming events and to be notified when sessions with me are released, subscribe to our newsletter: http://bit.ly/SphericalLuminositynewsletter
Sam talks about how using non-attachment and making external changes is one of the fastest ways to create huge internal changes in life and business growth.See the full show notes: www.thedirtyalchemy.com/blog/episode-130
NOT LIVE - PRE-RECORDED Are you an adult child of narcissistic abuse who struggles with silencing your inner critic? Today we will be discussing the NPD family dynamics that may have contributed to the negative voice in your head; the one that you cannot seem to let go of. Today's special guest, Psychotherapist/Hypnotherapist Christiana Davidson, will be exploring the unique family dynamic of love bombing, intermittent reinforcement, and discard, and offering ways to silence that destructive, critical voice in your head. Christiana Davidson is a Psychotherapy/Hypnotherapy specialist based in London, UK who helps adult children of narcissistic parents be free to live their lives with purpose and passion, with a particular interest in the effects of Narcissistic Parenting, Attachment and Co-dependency. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP). Christiana is available for online therapy internationally. For more information, please e-mail her at email@example.com.
Join Lindsay May in an insightful discussion on the sometimes wonderful, sometimes tricky relationship between mothers and daughters. Her guest, Mykelti Blum, is a licensed social worker, advisor of Bridging The Gap ministries and author of the book Braving Every Season: A Mother-Daughter Journey to Ditch the Tension, Create Connection and Brave Life Together In this episode, Mykelti pinpoints why the mother-daughter relationship is so significant and offers practical tips for: Dealing with expectations in a healthy manner Handling the tension between good intentions and being judgmental Understanding the importance of self-reflection and self-care She defines and explains how attachment styles and secondary emotions impact your interactions as a daughter, a parent, a spouse, and a friend. (see this link to learn your attachment style) And she emphasizes the importance of asking God to guide your journey and how to follow His prompts in response. Today's podcast offers nuggets of information that can be used in all relationships in your life! You can find Mykelti on her Website or Instagram.
We get back to the basics with a fun and sprawling conversation covering preliminary practices, aging, enlightenment, and more! Originally recorded 08/04/22 And join our Meditation x Attachment Level 2 Fall intensive here: https://www.mettagroup.org/mxa-level-2-sept-2022-registration
We're penetrating the untouchables this week. Strap in for a meandering dive into what rejection types are really up to. — (16:32) The rejection separateness in sexual 8 display /Rejection types having a fractional sense of personhood — (20:52) The micro-disengagements of rejection types / the intellectual intensity of 5s — (27:17) DG's instinct overlap schema for each rejection type — (30:17) The psychic structure of rejection is shaped by penetration / why 2's heart penetration feels so potent — (37:06) Self-pres independence vs rejection separateness / rejection dynamics in our families — (46:42) The cutting off of rejection is a retroactive amputation — (57:32) How micro-disengagement shows up in 2s — (1:05:48) Rejection types engage with controlling power dynamics — (1:18:54) Attachment has the most hope, frustration has medium hope, rejection sees hope as an extreme vulnurability Get John's book on the instinctual drives on amazon or barnesandnoble: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578784971/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_VZ3VZVEG0M1RY42AWN2T DAA — Discover the dark arts of enneagram typing. Learn how to see and identify types in classes on Andrew Tate, Kurt Cobain, Marina Abramovic. And get typed at enneagrammer.com Buy David's Trifix Booklet here: https://www.enneagrammer.com/store/trifix-venn-booklet-david-gray Call the Loveline with your comments and thoughts about the show at (323) 696-0647. Or you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us with a pre-recorded voice message
Do each of us believe deep down that we're just a little bit more important than everyone else? My happiness, my goals, my relationships? The root cause of our suffering from the Buddhist perspective is this belief, a delusion called ignorance, seen as the true source of all our suffering: from disappointment in the face of life's setbacks, to the dissatisfaction we can feel even when we get exactly what we want. It's a retelling of the Buddha's very first teaching, The Four Noble Truths: on suffering, its causes and antidotes, with a modern twist.Episode 15. Am I More Important Than Everyone Else in the Universe?Two years ago, we created A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment to share the rich tradition of Tibetan Buddhist analytical meditation in a form that requires no belief beyond what science currently accepts. The first 40 episodes of the podcast gradually go through all of these topics, in order, beginning with appreciating the gift of our life and our place in the universe, and gradually moving up to cultivating boundless compassion for all beings and understanding the ultimate nature of our inner and outer realities. Over the next year, interspersed with new interviews, we are re-releasing updated versions of these topics.Support the show
Independent play isn't just for our kids. It's for us, too. Let's be real: We all need a break from 24/7 caregiving to show up as the parents we want to be. But how do you actually help kids feel comfortable and confident playing alone—not to mention reduce your own guilt about not joining in? Lizzie Assa, the play expert behind the Workspace for Children, joins Dr. Becky on the podcast this week to discuss all things independent play. The two reframe what independent play means and explain why it looks different for every kid. Then, they model simple, actionable strategies to turn “quiet time” into a reality in your home (yes, really). You'll end the episode with tons of creative ideas for building your child's independence and a deeper understanding of your own relationship to imagination, too. For more, visit The Workspace for Children and use the discount code PLAY for 20% off of the Quiet Time and Independent Play Course here: https://www.workspaceforchildren.com Join Good Inside Membership: https://bit.ly/3cqgG2A Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Pre-order Dr. Becky's upcoming book, Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, at goodinside.com/book or wherever you order your books. Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Outschool's online learning platform has over 150,000 live interactive classes—it's the perfect way to keep your kids engaged in learning and fun all summer. And because there are classes every single day of the week, from morning to night, you can schedule your kid's classes to work around your schedule. Go to www.outschool.com/goodinside and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
As promised, the Braving Every Season mini-series is here! My new book, Braving Every Season, has many practical tools and components my mom and I discussed with the hopes of helping you in your relationships. Today, Mykelti breaks down an important topic that effects EVERYONE but is not widely known, attachment. She goes over what attachment is and how it's developed, the different attachment styles, and how your attachment style impacts your relationships. The two discuss their different experiences with attachment and encourage you to do some work exploring this area in your life as well. We know that you will enjoy this episode and hope you find it informative for your life.
Attachment styles not only affect our relationships with God and our family; they also affect our relationships at work. If we understand attachment styles of our co-workers, we can become more effective at collaborating with them or providing leadership for them.
Andrea Haskins is a lactation counselor with Childbirth International and a La Leche League leader who focuses on fostering parent confidence and restoring mamas relying on their instincts to parent. Some of the topics we cover this episode are breastfeeding, bed-sharing, weaning and combo feeding. Andrea shares research, statistics but most importantly talks about following your instincts in mothering. Connect with Andrea: https://www.instagram.com/instinctualmothering/?hl=en SIDS Enzyme Link https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352396422002225#! Safe sleep seven https://www.llli.org/the-safe-sleep-seven/ Paced Bottle Feeding https://www.mamanatural.com/paced-bottle-feeding/ Weaning info https://www.instagram.com/sebtheseries/?hl=en Connect with Elizabeth: https://www.miraculousmamas.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas/ Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play!
Has anyone ever suggested you should pump a bottle just so they can feed the baby?If this has happened to you (and likely it has) here are some other suggestions people can do to bond with your baby.It's a new baby…come on. Like there isn't stuff for someone else to do??? If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to email@example.com. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:Canada [2:33]The breastfed baby bond [8:05]Pumping a bottle so partners can feed [12:24]Skin to skin [20:42]Bath time [21:45]Diaper changes [23:29]Baby wearing [25:08]Tummy time [28:28]Bonding story [30:20]Attachment vs Bonding [32:15]When you have trouble with bonding [33:56] Today's episode is brought to you by Original Sprout. Original Sprout carries safe and effective styling, body and hair care products that are safe for babies and great for adults. Use code BADASS at www.originalsprout.com for 25% off of your purchase.Today's episode is sponsored by Idaho Jones! Breast pump bags designed to save you time and effort. Use code BADASS at www.idaho-jones.com for 15% off! Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out!https://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com/2021/02/07/how-to-achieve-bonding-and-attachment-with-or-without-breastfeeding/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/bottles-versus-breast/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/5-ways-we-are-set-up-to-fail/ Set up your consultation with Diannehttps://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/ Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
Renee Brown joins Lachie Stuart on The Man That Can Project Podcast.They discuss:1. Attachment styles in relationships - the different types, how to identify yours and your partners' and learn how to work together based on the attachment styles. - When is it formed? 1. Anxious (also referred to as Preoccupied) 2. Avoidant (also referred to as Dismissive) 4. Secure 2. Present moment awareness - the science behind mindfulness, some strategies on how to engage in the present moment in day to day life. 3. Values-based living - reflecting on values across the different domains in life and how to live by your values in everyday life.4. Good sense of the qualities, beliefs and standards for the Behaviours that are truly important to you.Join the Strong Men of Value Community on https://themanthatcanproject.com/strong-men-of-value/Listen to all episodes on audio:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/performance-coaching-the-man-that-can-project/id1313350766Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1nuxEoJPTgtfZKjWLkXnNw?si=449dc8d74a934183Get in touch in the comments below or head to...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lachlanstuart/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lachlanstuart1Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/lachlanstuartCheck Out My Website:https://themanthatcanproject.com/
Description: In this episode of An Informed Life Radio, hosts Bernadette and Xavier examine Governor's Inslee's COVID shot Directive, the OFM's proposed Rule to permanently mandate Covid shots and boosters for all state employees, and the unfolding Monkeypox policies and protocols. What do they have in common? Tune in to find out! Show information links: https://www.fda.gov/media/131078/download https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/smallpox-monkeypox.pdf https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2021/208627s006lbl.pdf https://www.cdc.gov/poxvirus/monkeypox/pdf/Attachment-1-Informed-Consent.pdf https://www.truthforhealth.org/patient-guide-e-booklet-download-page/? https://www.governor.wa.gov/sites/default/files/directive/22-13%20-%20State%20employment%20COVID%20vaccine%20requirement%20%28tmp%29.pdf https://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/law/wsrpdf/2022/14/22-14-104.pdf
We are excited to share an interview we did just a few years ago with Natalie Vecchione, on her podcast, FASD Hope. We primarily talked about the release of our latest book, Securely Attached, but wanted to share this interview and point our listeners toward this valuable resource. A Little More About Natalie... Natalie Vecchione, Co-Founder of FASD Hope and Host of the FASD Hope podcast series, is also a seasoned guest and conference presenter about the basics of FASD and life as a mom of a young adult son living an FASD. How To Connect With Natalie... Listen To The FASD Hope Podcast Follow FASD Hope on Facebook Follow FASD Hope on Instagram Also On The Show... Order our book, Securely Attached. Register for Road Trip 2022! Thanks for stopping by this week ;-)
Michael talks about the Fear of Loss. We act (or don't act) certain ways because we don't want to lose something. Buddhists call it "attachment" to things - we need to recognize and see what value that thing gives to our lives.About the Crushing Your Fear PodcastBioMichael Power is an Author, Speaker and the Host of the Crushing Your Fear Podcast. He is also an Entrepreneur who has started multiple revenue generating companies both in the US and Europe. He has learned to conquer Fear through leaving the past behind, learning from it and adopting Gratitude and a Positive outlook for the future. On his Crushing Your Fear Podcast, Michael explains "We live in a Society of Fear. Everywhere we turn, fear is there. Most people we know are affected by fear in one form or another. We ourselves are consumed by fear - we can't move forward - we won't take chances – we 'fear' what others may ‘think' of us - and on and on and on. Enough! There is another way. We explore different areas in society, flush out the manipulation and empower you to overcome fear. Our guests are experts and give you the insight and tools needed to identify and conquer fear. So join us and Crush Your Fear!"Michael PowerHostCrushing Your Fear Podcastmichael@crushingyourfear.comWebsite: http://www.crushingyourfear.com/Instagram: @crushingyourfearFacebook: @crushingyourfearTwitter: @crushingfearTik Tok: @crushingyourfearSubscribe to our Podcast!iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crushing-your-fear/id1465751659Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/craft-beer-storm/crushing-your-fearBlog: https://medium.com/@the_real_michael_power
All about the Coupling of an Anxious person and an Avoidant person.In this first part, I talk about what you need to know from the beginning to be successful + strategies for the Anxious type.Int he second part (the season finale!), we'll get into strategies for the Avoidant type and what you all need to be able to do together.If you're in a relationship where you find you and your Person flip-flop styles (you're anxious when they're distant, but distant when they're present) that is a common occurrence. Don't try to "make" yourself identify with just ONE of the roles if you find yourself genuinely in either at different times. Remember, Attachment is fluid and shows up differently in us depending on how we are interpreting "threats" (like rejection, abandonment, criticism, and blame) around us.Thank you for supporting the show!____$taychand PayPal DonationVenmo Donation1-on-1 waitlist@iamtaylorchandler
In this empowering first episode of The R Spot Iyanla talks to Ms. E., a breast cancer survivor struggling with body image post mastectomy. Worried about how a new suitor may react to her altered body, Ms. E.'s love life has been non-existent since her life saving surgery. Iyanla gives Ms. E. her voice back and invites her to get under the story she's telling herself about her experience. Ms. E.'s courage inspires Iyanla to share her own personal journey and how she fell in love with herself. Do you want to be on the podcast? Follow Iyanla on social media for the latest call-in information! instagram & twitter: @IyanlaVanzant facebook: @DrIyanlaVanzantSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Krispin talks with Dr. Blake Victor Kent who has authored several research articles about attachment. We talk about Biblical literalism, attachment, and what styles of attachment to God show up in different faith traditions. Check out Krispin's training for people in ministry here: Attachment & Spiritual Formation Also, you can find Krispin's book Attached to God wherever books are sold.
Episode 206 of Rendering Unconscious Podcast. Melissa Diaz is an artist, activist and a licensed, registered, board-certified art therapist. She holds a BFA in Painting from The University of Central Florida, an MPS in Art Therapy & Creativity Development from Pratt Institute and a certificate in Integrated Mental Health/Addiction Treatment. Melissa has 10 years of experience as a Creative Arts Therapist, working as a primary therapist, group therapist and program assistant director. She has utilized art therapy in a variety of settings, including inpatient and outpatient mental health, family shelters, schools and museums. Through these experiences, Melissa has had the opportunity to support, individuals experiencing difficulties with depression, anxiety, trauma, mental illness, developmental disorders, addiction, familial issues, life transitions, and stigmatization. Melissa practices an eclectic art therapy approach, utilizing Humanistic, Attachment, and Behavioral frameworks, tailoring each therapeutic experience to meet the client or group where they are at. Throughout all her work, she weaves in mindfulness practice and self-compassion. In addition to her therapeutic practice, Melissa founded Open House BK (est. 2010), a Brooklyn-based, community arts initiative that provides affordable pop-up events, emerging artist exhibitions, and therapeutic workshops. Open House strives to shed light on the arts and community as integral for social justice, personal healing and progress. https://www.instagram.com/openhousebk/ https://www.instagram.com/m_diaz_art/ Donate to Open House BK to help them become a New York State continuing education provider. https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=NKUW798V4LA8S&fbclid=IwAR3Db3_Ok0x_70Uk11Uc5TEN4qWWij0Zy07cJuChQr-OUdjZkJSH0-zw72o This discussion available to view at YouTube: https://youtu.be/xpVUd74vHdU Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by psychoanalyst Dr. Vanessa Sinclair who interviews psychoanalysts, psychologists, scholars, creative arts therapists, writers, poets, philosophers, artists & other intellectuals about their process, work, world events, the current state of mental health care, politics, culture, the arts & more. Vanessa Sinclair, Psy.D. is a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works internationally. If you enjoy what we're doing, please support the podcast at www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl For more info visit: www.drvanessasinclair.net www.trapart.net www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is “Let Her In” from the album “Night of the Hunter” by Vanessa Sinclair and Pete Murphy available from Highbrow Lowlife: https://vanessasinclairpetemurphy.bandcamp.com Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson for the intro and outro music for RU Podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: Art by Melissa Diaz https://www.melissadiazart.com
Time-out. Dinner without dessert. No screen time. If you're like most parents, you've reached your wit's end and threatened your kid with one (or all!) of these consequences. Then the next day… they're back to throwing blocks. How many times do you have to yell, “If you throw that block one more time, no ______!” What if we told you there was a better way? In this week's episode, Dr. Becky explores the problem with consequences and how you can parent much more effectively without them. Don't worry: This doesn't mean letting your kid “get away” with challenging or dangerous behavior. It means embodying your authority, connecting to your child, and teaching them the life-long skills they need to manage big feelings. If you love the Good Inside approach *and* struggle with the idea of no consequences, one thing is true: This episode is for you. Join Good Inside Membership: https://bit.ly/3cqgG2A Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Pre-order Dr. Becky's upcoming book, Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, at goodinside.com/book or wherever you order your books. Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Outschool's online learning platform has over 150,000 live interactive classes—it's the perfect way to keep your kids engaged in learning and fun all summer. And because there are classes every single day of the week, from morning to night, you can schedule your kid's classes to work around your schedule. Go to www.outschool.com/goodinside and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Karen welcomes Dr. Aimie Apigian for the conclusion of their discussion on a medical doctor's approach to attachment theory.
In this reflection, I introduce Season 5 by exploring three connection themes that surfaced over the break: Memorializing my dad; Maturing emotionally (regarding my family); and Redefining my friendship project. Supporting themes: Attachment theory; Love and unhealthy Attachments; The Self; The; Soul; Spirituality; Parents; and Siblings. Typology: INTJ, Ni and Si.
On this week's episode, I walk you through 10 signs that your date may have a secure attachment style. Attachment theory research has been evolving since the last 60s and I discovered its impact in my life about five years ago and have been working towards earned security ever since. Hope this episode brings you valuable information and reflection about how you show up when you date. After a couple of bad breakups in 2017, I decided to make a change and took ownership of my role in the ending of those relationships. I sought out new tools to understand myself through the Enneagram and Attachment theory. Subscribe to the podcast so that you never miss an episode that will give you the tools to show up authentically in modern dating. Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave me a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the Dave Glaser Community, and help others find the self-awareness they're looking for. Are you looking for support as you navigate modern dating with texting, social media and dating apps as a primary way that people connect and communicate? Are you looking to fix your relationships while receiving and contributing to the lives of others from around the world? Check out The I Believe group and join me today for a free week trial of the like changing program. Check out my Tiktok Page for a candid look into modern dating. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | YouTube For more episodes visit me at DaveGlaser.com | Instagram
The words bonding and attachment are common words, but what is the deeper meaning behind those words for new parents and their newborns or yet-to-be born babies? How can parents connect with their newborn in utero? How will the attachment before and after the baby is born affect the epigenomes, brain development, and future health of their little one? Laurel will take us on a fascinating dive into this topic to help us translate this information to our patients, students, and clients so that more new parents will understand the benefits of attachment to their new babies. Laurel Wilson, IBCLC, RLC, BSc, CLE, CCCE, CLD is a TEDx and international speaker, pregnancy and lactation specialist, consultant, educator, and author. Laurel is the co-author of two books, The Attachment Pregnancy and The Greatest Pregnancy Ever; original editor of The CAPPA Lactation Educator Manual; as well as a contributing author to Round the Circle: Doulas Talk About Themselves. Her passion is blending today's recent scientific findings with mind/body/spirit wisdom to highlight the magnitude and importance of the perinatal period. Spending 17 years as Executive Director for Lactation Programs for the Childbirth and Postpartum Professionals Association formed the foundation of her inquiry into the science of human milk. She has acted and still acts in many capacities locally and nationally promoting the belief that the journey into parenthood is a life-changing rite of passage that should be deeply honored and celebrated. Listen and Learn: The physiological and emotional process of bonding and attachment that occurs during birth & beyond What is epigenetics, epigenome, and microbiome and how are they connected? How epigenetics work in a human is based on the external reality of that person's experiences How the first 1,000 days of a baby's life and their external reality impacts their organ systems How most diseases are not DNA related but rather influenced by epigenetic impact What impact chronic stress, including weathering, has on future health How to teach parents to move away from stress when possible What full engagement means during pregnancy Resources & Mentions: https://motherjourney.com/index.html (Laurel's website with many more resources) Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health Kindred – One Family, One World Related Products from InJoy: Understanding Pregnancy Understanding Breastfeeding Understanding Your Newborn Understanding Fatherhood
Join PDS for free with our 7-day free trialhttps://university.personaldevelopmentschool.com/pages/7-day-free-trial-yt?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=7-day-trial&utm_content=yt-jul-14-22In this podcast, we talk about why people don't commit to you in relationships. Unsurprisingly this has to do with your own limiting beliefs and the relationship to yourself that is then mirrored with others. In this video, you will learn the things you may likely need to work on to build a successful and committed relationship. ---Never miss a life-changing lesson from Thais Gibson and the Personal Development School by hitting the subscribe button here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHQ4lSaKRap5HyrpitrTOhQ?sub_confirmation=1Public Facebook group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/461389461257253Do you know what your Attachment Style is? Take my quiz to find out now, and begin healing your relationships! Click here: https://attachment.personaldevelopmentschool.com/I'm Thais Gibson, welcome to my channel, and thank you for stopping by!This is a channel designed for you, to be used as a resource to create lasting transformation in your personal and professional life. Here you'll receive an ongoing series of personal development and spiritual growth videos for you to expand your awareness and find resolution and deep understanding within.Want to transform your life? If I did it, I know you can too!---#CommitmentInRelationships #AnxiousPreoccupied #PersonalDevelopmentSchool #PDS #ThaisGibson #AttachmentStyles #RelationshipAdvice #UnmetNeeds #CoreWounds---
Watch the YouTube episode: A guide to white tantric sacred sexuality based on the ancient universal principles of gnosis throughout all traditions. Discover how to really awaken the fires of Kundalini through avoiding orgasm in sex, and understand why this practice is the secret key to enlightenment and the divine awakening of consciousness. 0:00 - The Sexual Revolution & Healing the World 4:34 - Sexual Energy IS Kundalini: Don't Lose It! 7:42 - "Semen Retention" Is Just Preparation 9:46 - Yin & Yang Is The Electricity of Mother Nature 11:37 - Identification & Attachment to Passion & Lust 16:54 - Sexual Union Awakens the Sacred Fires 21:21 - Eternal Love-Making & The Honeymoon Period 25:07 - Sex Is a Double-Edged Sword: Don't Degenerate 28:02 - How to Do Tantric Sex: The Method 40:50 - How Often You Should Practice 42:46 - This is NOT "Non-Ejaculatory Orgasm" 44:46 - Prayer, Mantras, Showering & Contraception 47:28 - Speak to Your Partner Before Practicing! 50:41 - Kabbalah, Final Words & Reading Resources:
Prayer for Practicing Non-Attachment for her Daily Spiritual Espresso published on July 29, 2022, which you can access here: https://jenniferhadley.com/2022/07/practicing-non-attachment-at-the-peace-village/
Are you using knowledge or is knowledge using you? Using the Five Levels of Attachment for the backdrop of this series, I discuss how these attachments distort our reality. 1. The Authentic Self 2. Preference 3. Identity 4. Internalization 5. Fanaticism Level 5 - Fanaticism: At this level... "My knowledge controls my every action." Fanaticism: a rigid attachment to knowledge with an obsessive intolerance of opposing views. It is driven by the need to believe in something 100% even though that something's meaning is dependent on the agreement of others. Anything that contradicts or puts into question the sustainability of the belief is a direct threat, and the fanatic will believe the threat at any cost… Prejudice, intolerance, and violence are the instruments by which the beliefs are imposed onto the dream of the planet. The driving force behind fanaticism is not hate or anger, but rather an extreme form of conditional love for self and others. This is how any beautiful belief in the world can become lost in corruption, as knowledge controls a persons will for the sake of its own existence. Fanaticism is the complete loss of respect for another living being. When we no longer see an individual as a living being, and instead only an idea or a number. The image of oneself can become so distorted that one's own perception of their own humanity becomes lost. There is no awareness that a line has been crossed, only an illusion remains.
Mom rage is real. Have you ever let out a primal scream in your kitchen? Felt the urge to drop everything and sprint out the front door? Dr. Becky and fellow psychotherapist Anna Mathur are right there with you. And they're fired up to tell a new story about what this anger means: Mom rage is a sign of unmet needs. In this week's episode, the two share a raw, real conversation on parental rage—exploring how shame, self-blame, and societal expectations of selfless parenting run many of us, especially mothers, into the ground. They share thoughtful reframes on what it means to be a “good parent,” along with practical strategies on how to check-in with your needs before you burn out. Remember: When you show up for yourself, you're showing up for your family, too. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Pre-order Dr. Becky's upcoming book, Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, at goodinside.com/book or wherever you order your books. Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Outschool's online learning platform has over 150,000 live interactive classes—it's the perfect way to keep your kids engaged in learning and fun all summer. And because there are classes every single day of the week, from morning to night, you can schedule your kid's classes to work around your schedule. Go to www.outschool.com/goodinside and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Adopted teens — and their parents — often have a unique set of challenges throughout the adolescent years as the teen explores questions about their birth parents. Mark sits down to chat with some Heartlight teens, including a 16-year-old boy who was adopted at a very young age. He explains that he struggled to feel a real, genuine attachment to his adoptive parents, which led to fights in the home. Tune in now to hear his story! If you have an adopted teen in your family, check out Mark's FREE e-book, "Parenting An Adopted Teen," at bit.ly/3P8jn7i
Are you using knowledge or is knowledge using you? Using the Five Levels of Attachment for the backdrop of this series, I discuss how these attachments distort our reality. 1. The Authentic Self 2. Preference 3. Identity 4. Internalization 5. Fanaticism Level 4 - Internalization: At this stage... "my identity in the form of my knowledge gives me the rules and guidelines by which I live my life." Internalization describes a degree of attachment to knowledge where our identity becomes the model in which we accept ourselves. This is domestication through attachment. At this level our narrators have begun to set the conditions by which we domesticate our identity. They measure our acceptance and rejection of ourselves and others based on the beliefs we use to construct the mask of our identity. We will distort the information we receive to reinforce the conditions of which we expect from life. The narrators also serve our need to validate who we are in our personal dream, as well as the face we present to the world . Our knowledge is corrupted. Our sense of self is the personification of our beliefs and our will is subjugated by the need to fit in with the dream.. Thus our mask may not necessarily be in the form of our passion, but we will wear whatever mask we think we need to be accepted. At this point we've lost our sense of respect for self and others, and conditional love is all we know.
There's a lot of loss in the world these days, both in our individual lives and in our broader communities, and with those losses comes grief. Grief is one of the most challenging emotions to be with, and it can be difficult to offer generalized advice because everyone's experience of grief is profoundly unique. On today's episode of Being Well, Forrest is joined by one of the world's leading researchers on grief, Dr. Mary-Frances O'Connor, to help us better understand grief and grieving. They explore why grief is such a unique and intense emotion, how grief works in the brain, the problems with generalized models like the “five stages of grief,” and how we can learn to live with loss.About Our Guest: Mary-Frances is a neuroscientist, clinical psychologist, and associate professor of psychology at the University of Arizona, where she directs the Grief, Loss and Social Stress Lab, which investigates the effects of grief on the brain and the body. She's also the author of the wonderful book The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How We Learn from Love and Loss. Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction and disclaimer3:35: Mary-Frances' personal background6:55: Distinguishing grief from grieving9:20: Self-criticism, and the over-focus on recovery11:20: Grief isn't "something to get over"13:00: Attachment, and our neurological map16:00: Prediction error19:30: Complicated grief25:00: Spiritual practice, or having a worldview that incorporates death28:05: Is there a ‘normal' grieving process?35:25: Pathology, and normal human experiences46:00: Neurological overview of grief in the brain50:40: The Dual Process Model of Grief54:10: Sometimes distraction is okay56:15: Therapeutic practices and learning from grief1:01:00: Grief and its relationship to love1:03:40: Recap Rick's Grief and Loss Workshop: We all face losses in life, from separation and disappointment to shocking, even traumatic events. Join Rick August 13 and 14 for 7 hours of LIVE, online teaching focused on learning simple, powerful practices that help us come to terms with them, heal, and find happiness again. Use coupon code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off the registration price.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Bombas designed their socks, shirts, and underwear to be the clothes you can't wait to put on every day. Visit bombas.com/beingwell and use code beingwell for 20% off. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Ready to shake up your protein Ritual? Being Well listeners get 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/WELL.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
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Raise your hand if you have a child who likes to take charge. Now keep your hand raised if you've ever snapped “Stop being so bossy!” Hand still up? Well, Dr. Becky's is too. And here's the thing: You're not a bad parent. And your kid's not a bad kid. You have a good kid who has a hard time with flexibility. In this week's episode, Dr. Becky discusses how to help your assertive child build the skills they need without shutting down their strong sense of self. She offers a new framework for “bossiness” and, as always, pairs her big ideas with practical parenting strategies you can use in your home right away. Two things are true: You can love that your child knows what they want *and* teach them how to make space for what others want, too. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Pre-order Dr. Becky's upcoming book, Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, at goodinside.com/book or wherever you order your books. Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: ByHeart, is the first new infant formula brand in over 15 years to completely re-think, re-write, and reimagine what's possible. They took a five-year deep dive. Working with leading scientists and pediatricians to create a formula that gives your baby BOTH clinically proven benefits (like easy digestion, less spit up, softer poops) AND the cleanest ingredients. ByHeart is the first US infant formula to be Clean Label Project certified, so no corn syrup, maltodextrin, palm oil, or soy. Learn more at www.byheart.com and join their waitlist for new customers—opening soon! When you're able to order, use code GOODINSIDE15 for 15% off your first purchase or subscription plan order.
In this episode I talk about the one question to ask yourself that will help you move on. I talk about how to let go of attachment. 'But First, Inner Peace' is now available on Amazon! Follow me on Instagram: @case.kenny https://instagram.com/case.kenny Text me! 312-584-4002