Topics: Suicide, Adult Children, Bipolar, Alcohol, Separation Hosts: Chris Williams, Dr. Jill Hubbard, Marc Cameron Caller Questions: My daughter tried to commit suicide on Friday; do you have any recommendations for a long-term Christian facility? What do I do when my 25yo bipolar son is calling me names and screaming? My dad was an alcoholic and now I'm married to one; how The post New Life Live: December 8, 2023 appeared first on New Life.
Hey NoMeansNerds! It's such a great time to be a fan of this band! The new book as released and is in the wild, Dead Bob is out there KILLING IT on tour (with a wider tour coming soon), and the general feeling is one of 'hell yeah the NoMeansRenaissance is in full swing!' In that vein we're THRILLED to bring you an interview with Paweł Homiński and Anna Mach, who are responsible for the Polish translation and publishing of the new book by Jason Lamb, From Obscurity to Oblivion. Paweł and Anna join Matthew in his garage, where we get to hear about their story, and hear about the experience of getting From Obscurity to Oblivion out to one of the bands most fervent and loyal fanbases. Enjoy!
Join Kristin and Lorilee Binstock as they talk about CONSENT. What does consent look like in 2023? How do we give our consent when we were taught that our consent about anything doesn't and shouldn't exist? What is giving consent to and for ourselves look like? How had consent become a foreign language? As a childhood sexual abuse survivor who received treatment for PTSD later in adulthood, Lorilee learned that sharing her story allowed and even encouraged others to share their stories, giving them the courage to pursue treatment. After receiving the help she needed, she shares what she learned to potentially help others. Podcasting was the vehicle she needed to take her mess and turn it into her message. The first time Lorilee ever heard the term "trauma survivor thriver" was in mental health treatment. Her therapist introduced herself as such. Lorilee learned it is, "a person who is thriving after surviving a trauma." This is something she wanted to continue to strive for and made the podcast name choice an easy one. Lorilee is a broadcast journalism major from the University of Florida. After college she worked for CBS Radio News in New York before becoming a reporter, producer and morning show anchor in Virginia. After her mental health took a nosedive and she was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, she took a job in PR. When working with a client who was a sexual abuse survivor, she realized what he was saying resonated with her and that instead of bipolar disorder, she was struggling with PTSD. From there she was eventually able to get the healing needed to propel her to find her purpose and share her story as a childhood sexual abuse survivor and thriver.https://traumasurvivorthriver.com/
Josh Ritter is best known for his music, with eleven albums released over the past 24 years and concerts all over the world. He's also an accomplished novelist and painter. In this wide-ranging interview, Josh goes into great depth about his mental health and his evolving understanding of it. He discusses the religious and spiritual crisis of his adolescence and the depression that followed it. Josh also fills us in on the alternating high and low moods he's experienced in more recent years and how he has come to understand the condition known as bipolar II. On a lighter note, he also talks about the challenge of playing music to tourists in Scotland when “the Braveheart guys” show up.Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of Maximum Fun.Check out our I'm Glad You're Here and Depresh Mode merchandise at the brand new merch website MaxFunStore.com!Hey, remember, you're part of Depresh Mode and we want to hear what you want to hear about. What guests and issues would you like to have covered in a future episode? Write us at email@example.com.Help is available right away.The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988 or 1-800-273-8255, 1-800-273-TALKCrisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741.International suicide hotline numbers available here: https://www.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlinesThe Depresh Mode newsletter is available twice a week. Subscribe for free and stay up to date on the show and mental health issues. https://johnmoe.substack.com/John's acclaimed memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is now available in paperback. https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250209566/thehilariousworldofdepressionFind the show on X @depreshpod and Instagram @depreshpod.John is on X @johnmoe.
Welcome back to the Brain People Podcast! As it was recently Thanksgiving, Dr. K'dee Elsen and Dr. Daniel Binus will discuss gratitude. Why should it be cultivated? And how significant is it for our mental health? These are just a couple of the questions that will be answered in this episode. ✨ Click the link for FREE access to Dr. Binus's e-course on Psychiatric Medications - https://beautiful-minds-wellness.teachable.com/p/psychiatric-medications-with-dr-binus
It's the holiday season and all the new products and ads are popping up left and right.You know the ones! They're designed to make us think we'll never have this life-changing opportunity again.And those Playstation and Nintendo “launches” were successful because Mario Kart 64 was EVERYTHING!And now, small businesses launch using money and time to promote one thing. I used to be a launcher myself, promoting retreats and masterminds six times a year.I had spreadsheets and copy of emails, social media posts. I was constantly sharing my life online. It was exhausting.In this podcast episode, I'm joined by my marketing strategist, friend and client, Monica Schrock, on how we moved away from launching and towards a more sustainable life where we get consistent clients.For example, I'm not promoting anything but I:Just closed a deal with a company to film another course. I'm heading to Santa Barbara next week. This course is going live soon with a VERY WELL-KNOWN companySigned on a new 1:1 client, and have 4 calls already scheduled in December with others who want to work with usWorking on a contract with a 1 Billion dollar company to do executive coaching with their leadersMore important than these professional wins, personally:I DO NOT post everyday online because my business is NOT dependent on social mediaI've been able to settle into our new home making so many trips to Goodwill to donate things I don't useI'm doing Muay Thai (Thai Kickboxing) on a consistent basis again (at least 3x a week). This was a New Years Resolution that I was 11 months late in doing lolI've made more and worked less this year compared to last year which includes a 2 week vacation in Tanzania where I had no laptop, no wifi and had the trip of a lifetime climbing Kilimanjaro and going on a safariWhat We Cover in This Episode:The importance of consistency and simplicity to get clientsHow we've built a business not dependent on social media, and focused on referrals and actually being good at what you doUnderstanding conversion rates: Knowing lead-to-client conversion rates is key.If you would like to see how to work with me to create a more sustainable life where you can be more present with yourself and create your own checklist of success that's not created by society and loved ones, then schedule a complimentary legacy business and career review at elainelou.com/callRelated Podcast EpisodesEpisode 57. How to Work When You or a Friend is Neurodivergent (ADHD, Bipolar, Anxiety) with Monica SchrockEpisode 48. Smackdown: Marketing vs. Systems vs. Strategy - Which One Do You Need? with Monica Schrock and Juliana WiseEpisode 4. How to Start Being Less Dependent on Social Media with Monica SchrockEpisode 38. Part 2. One Year Later, How I Became Less Dependent on Social Media with Monica SchrockResources Mentioned: Connect with Monica Schrock Follow Elaine on Instagram Connect with Elaine on LinkedIn Get Elaine's GIFS + Gifts Newsletter
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains content around self-harm and suicide and brief mention of sexual violence against children.“They tried to ‘fix' my stigmas to make me like everyone else, rather than leveraging my gifts. I said, ‘screw that, I'm gonna manage my gifts.' And I started developing my gifts and ignoring the stigma.”— Tim NelsonIn this episode of What's In Your Toolbox: An Honest Discussion on Mental Health, Bobby Koven interviews Tim Nelson about his mental health journey. This conversation is raw and authentic, and at times may be triggering to some listeners. We have noted the timestamps for the triggering content.Tim Nelson is an expert problem solver, but he wasn't always able to use his dyslexia and dyscalculia to his advantage. Tim was diagnosed in his early twenties, but through the lens of stigma. And his late diagnosis prevented him from integrating into the mainstream school system.But as a creative problem solver, Tim chose to see his diagnoses as little annoyances rather than burdens, and followed the path of his dyslexia as a gift. In his youth, Tim developed seven skills that helped him navigate his childhood through learning disabilities and other mental health challenges. The skills are creativity, coaching projects, running programs, improving people, knowing oneself, understanding interactions and defining standard work. Developing these consistent skills was key in overcoming the challenges of dyslexia and dyscalculia, and the consistency has paid off, putting Tim in charge of some of the largest projects in the world. Tim has also put his RECOVER system into practice to recuperate from life events that had a massive impact on him. RECOVER is an acronym; R is receive help, E is exhibit compliance, C is care, O is outline a schedule, V is venture out, E is establish purpose, and R is reach for the stars.This episode discusses: ✔ How dyslexia and dyscalculia impact learning and education and self-esteem✔ The seven skills Tim developed to overcome dyslexia and dyscalculia challenges✔ Tim's RECOVER acronymHighlights: 00:01 Intro02:53 Meet Tim Nelson09:10 Tim's Gifts11:33 Growing up12:48 Tim's seven skills15:08 Diagnosing dyslexia and dyscalculia20:55 Leveraging gifts22:57 Bipolar diagnosis and mania23:52 TRIGGER WARNING: Self-harm and suicide26:42 Tim's RECOVER acronym28:30 TRIGGER WARNING: Sexual violence towards children30:59 Tim's Amazing Support Team33:28 TRIGGER WARNING: Suicide35:18 Tim's advice to othersAbout Guest:Tim Nelson is an expert problem solving coach, change agent, global diversity and inclusion ambassador and author and inventor.Links:Connect with Tim:LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-nelson-0270526Website https://onefivefifty.com/To get in contact or learn more about Living Jewishly: Visit our website: https://livingjewishly.org Follow us on Instagram: @living.jewishly Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2YEegjapKpQeXG6zh6tzw or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shalom!
Join me as we dive deep into the often-overlooked world of rest—specifically, mental and emotional rest. In a culture that glorifies productivity and the ability to push through, we explore the undeniable need for true rest in our lives. Contrary to the societal narrative, I challenge the notion that rest is merely a means to enhance productivity; rather, it is an essential component for our overall well-being.Drawing from personal experiences and coaching insights, we unravel the harmful mindset that associates rest with weakness. I share a transformative moment from my own life when a lack of rest led to a significant breakdown, highlighting the epidemic of sleep deprivation and exhaustion prevalent in our society.As we navigate the modern era inundated with constant stimuli and technological advancements, we discuss the impact of these factors on our ability to rest and recharge—both mentally and emotionally. The episode explores the struggles faced by many, especially women dealing with anxiety and the societal pressure to conform to unrealistic expectations of what rest should look like.We take a closer look at the relentless pace of our daily lives, where we often go from a hundred to zero without providing our brains the necessary transition to wind down. I share practical insights on achieving mental rest by giving our brains new jobs and engaging in high-intensity interval training (HIT). This approach provides a mental reset, allowing for a smoother transition into physical rest.Additionally, we explore the concept of emotional rest, acknowledging the importance of accepting and processing our emotions without judgment. I recount a personal experience from a recent skating competition, emphasizing the significance of allowing ourselves to feel and process emotions, even in challenging moments.Ultimately, the episode delves into the interconnected nature of mental, emotional, and physical rest, highlighting the importance of cultivating a supportive ecosystem for our well-being. Discover actionable steps to incorporate rest into your daily life and empower yourself with the understanding that true rest goes beyond the conventional narratives.Tune in to this episode and embark on a journey toward embracing rest as a vital component of a rich and fulfilling life.Get Amanda's FREE 3 Part Anxiety Audio Course here: https://amanda-hess-coaching.ck.page/anxietyBook a Strategy Session: https://amandahesscoaching.as.me/call
Frequentemente, na clínica, nos deparamos com casos complexos, que não conseguimos localizar em uma das categorias diagnósticas que facilmente identificamos nos quadros prototípicos. Temos nesta zona cinzenta, por exemplo, sintomas de humor com características mistas: depressão, ansiedade e agitação psicomotora fazendo parte da mesma síndrome. No episódio 257 do PQU Podcast, abordamos a evolução histórica e os diagnósticos diferenciais do Espectro Bipolar, conceito que tenta dar conta da complexidade dos casos não prototípicos que se situam na zona fronteiriça entre doença afetiva uni e bipolar. Convido a você, psiquiatra em formação, para acompanhar essa discussão e assim formar sua própria opinião crítica sobre o tema.
En este episodio hablamos de las amenazas del gobierno de Venezuela al Chigüire Bipolar, sobre el acercamiento de Desorden Público al chavismo e hicimos un blind test de Pirucream vs. Pirulin. Patreon: / pueblopeople Y por aquí le llegan al resto: https://linktr.ee/pueblopeople Creado por Oswaldo Graziani y Raúl Stolk
Gregg Martin, PhD, is a retired major general and a 36-year Army combat veteran, celebrated for his remarkable career commanding engineer units and holding prestigious roles such as president of the National Defense University, and commander of Fort Leonard Wood. An accomplished author, his book “BIPOLAR GENERAL: My Forever War with Mental Illness” candidly shares his journey. With advanced degrees from MIT, the Naval War College, and the Army War College, Gregg's indomitable spirit offers hope and inspiration to others, while he finds strength and joy alongside his wife Maggie in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Mark shares an incredible conversation from The Dr. Joe Show with retired Army Major General Gregg Martin, about his experiences with bipolar disorder from the manic peaks that propelled his career to the depressive troughs that have now inspired his dedication to aiding others in managing their mental health. Get your copy of Bipolar General: My Forever War with Mental Illness! This episode was originally heard on The Dr. Joe Show. Affiliate Links: Unleashing the Power of Respect: The I-M Approach by Joseph Shrand, MD
John and Ben are very excited to be joined by Psychiatry Resident Aryana Misaghi. Dr. Misaghi works as a training psychiatrist at a community clinic in coastal Georgia. She discusses harm reduction for people with substance abuse issues, the ongoing opioid epidemic, ketamine as treatment for depression plus lots more. This episode is full of information AND full of laughter. Enjoy and please spread the word! Become a Psycho: SupportTYPP.com. Follow John: jfodlovesyou.com. Follow Ben: @CornbreadBen. Listen to Aryana Misaghi's podcast: AppalachianCareChronicles.com.
Join Kristin and Lorilee Binstock as they talk about the "super fun" mental health journey through all things menstruation. As a childhood sexual abuse survivor who received treatment for PTSD later in adulthood, Lorilee learned that sharing her story allowed and even encouraged others to share their stories, giving them the courage to pursue treatment. After receiving the help she needed, she shares what she learned to potentially help others. Podcasting was the vehicle she needed to take her mess and turn it into her message. The first time Lorilee ever heard the term "trauma survivor thriver" was in mental health treatment. Her therapist introduced herself as such. Lorilee learned it is, "a person who is thriving after surviving a trauma." This is something she wanted to continue to strive for and made the podcast name choice an easy one. Lorilee is a broadcast journalism major from the University of Florida. After college she worked for CBS Radio News in New York before becoming a reporter, producer and morning show anchor in Virginia. After her mental health took a nosedive and she was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, she took a job in PR. When working with a client who was a sexual abuse survivor, she realized what he was saying resonated with her and that instead of bipolar disorder, she was struggling with PTSD. From there she was eventually able to get the healing needed to propel her to find her purpose and share her story as a childhood sexual abuse survivor and thriver.https://traumasurvivorthriver.com/
Alex Choi has been involved in various professional pursuits since graduating. He joined a consulting company and worked as a research associate before moving back home to Indiana to pursue medical school. Alex obtained a master's in biology and physiology to secure admission to Indiana University School of Medicine. He met his wife in the second year of med school and they have two children. After medical school, Choi joined a private practice in Indianapolis, where he became the managing partner and president of the Anesthesia Consultants of Indianapolis. Alex also received a master's in public health and policy management, which helped him become more involved in public policy issues. He was the physician leader for the division at IU Health until last year when he stepped down to go into pre-retirement. Alex left IU Health and joined another surgery center practice and was asked to be the Indiana Medical Director for the organization. He has been involved in various organizations, including the national society and state societies of organized medicine. He was diagnosed with bipolar disorder over a decade ago and has since recovered from it. This inspired Alex to partner with people who formed the Zionsville Alliance for Mental Wellness Exam, a nonprofit that helps people navigate the mental health network system. He talks about his experiences in police and has been involved in public policy, working on the transition team for governors and serving on the Zionsville Town Council. However, he decided not to run for reelection to focus on his family and watch his children grow up. Misconceptions about Bipolar Disorder Alex discusses the challenges and misconceptions about bipolar disorder, a mental health issue that is a spectrum. He emphasizes the importance of not stigmatizing anyone with bipolar disorder or any mental health issues. Alex shares his own experiences with rapidly cycling episodes of mania and depression, which can last months, weeks, or months. He emphasizes the need for support networks and the importance of understanding that bipolar disorder is a chronic illness that can be overcome with the right therapy, support, and medications. He has been open about his journey and has used his town council status to put messages out about mental health treatment for mental health disorders. His openness has encouraged others to seek help. A Governor's Role in Healthcare Alex has also worked on the healthcare transition team for two different governors and a new mayor. In the governors' case, he helped determine healthcare priorities for the state, discussing data and determining priorities. He had a one-sheet agenda and an open forum for discussing these topics. In the mayor's role, he became involved in the town's finances, overseeing the town's finances and overseeing the city's budget. The governor oversees the Department of Health and public health systems, which are interconnected and heavily influenced by Medicaid. In Indiana, the Medicaid system is administered by the governor's office through the Family and Social Services Administration, providing a safety net for those suffering from chronic illnesses or those unable to afford health care due to income or special status. As an unpaid lobbyist, Alex was involved in lobbying state representatives and advocating for better health care in Indiana. He ran for a state representative in a caucus election in 2015. Alex talks about why he wanted to be a state legislator and his efforts in that area, including pushing for the licensure of anesthesiologist assistants, a group of advanced providers, and establishing a program that graduates 24 anesthesiologist assistants annually to address shortages and anesthesia in the state. He talks about medical liability insurance in Indiana, and lobbying from the Trial Lawyers Association which led to increased limits on liability insurance costs. Despite these challenges, Alex believes that the state has made progress in improving healthcare policies and addressing the challenges faced by physicians and patients in Indiana. Expanding the Potential of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants Alex discusses the potential of nurse practitioners and physician assistants to perform additional procedures that current regulations prohibit. He acknowledges that these areas vary from state to state, and medical schools and residencies must adhere to strict guidelines. However, he believes that there is higher variability in what is taught in medical schools and residencies, which can lead to a lack of qualified clinicians. He believes that medical schools and residencies will continue to train physicians to more complex procedures and specialties, leading to a shortage of doctors for certain procedures or patient types. As a result, physicians will need to push towards greater involvement from nurses and physician assistants but also ensure proper oversight. Running a Political Campaign Alex talks about what he learned when running a campaign, which involves getting people to believe in oneself and their views. He found it challenging to run for office due to his full-time job and campaigning, but also appreciated the support of his family and friends. During his campaign, he faced opposition from the General Assembly, which passed one of the harshest anti-abortion laws after the DODDS decision. He had to navigate the public reaction and find a balance between advocating for pro-choice and expressing different views within a party. Influential Harvard Professors and Courses Alex shares his personal and professional experiences with several courses and professors. He attended a church near his freshman year and was an usher. While there, he found the sermons of Professor Gomes helpful and realized the importance of his involvement in student lives. Timestamps: 04:46 Bipolar disorder, treatment, and advocacy 12:14 Mental health treatment and government policy 18:52 Healthcare policy and legislation in Indiana 31:34 Medical professional scope of practice and campaign lessons learned 39:03 Mental health, politics, and career with former Indiana state senate candidate Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aschoi/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexander-choi-a4005b47/ CONTACT: Email:email@example.com
There isn't a specific diet that will cure bipolar disorder, but that doesn't mean what we eat has no impact on how we feel. In fact, our diet can directly affect how we feel, which can drive the symptoms of bipolar disorder in a myriad of ways. Join us as Gabe and Dr. Nicole share specific tips on ways to eat better — even when depressed. They also work to unpack all the reasons we believe what we do about food and how it ties together with a bipolar diagnosis. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the official episode page. Our Host, Gabe Howard, is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. He is also the host of Healthline Media's Inside Mental Health podcast available on your favorite podcast player. To learn more about Gabe, or book him for your next event, please visit his website, gabehoward.com. Our host, Dr. Nicole Washington, is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she attended Southern University and A&M College. After receiving her BS degree, she moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to enroll in the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed a residency in psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. Since completing her residency training, Washington has spent most of her career caring for and being an advocate for those who are not typically consumers of mental health services, namely underserved communities, those with severe mental health conditions, and high performing professionals. Through her private practice, podcast, speaking, and writing, she seeks to provide education to decrease the stigma associated with psychiatric conditions. Find out more at DrNicolePsych.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A highly realistic fiction about two bipolar people who fall in love while manic in a psychiatric hospital. Starring Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby with a cameo by Kay Redfeld Jamison 10/10 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/damien-riley/message
Anastasia and Leah are discussing their experiences when it comes to dating and when it has been the right time to share with a flame that you have Bipolar. Laugh along as they compare their dating faux-pas and explain their dating journey so far. Leah's Instagram: @leahcharlesking Anastasia's Instagram: @anastasiamclean Illuminate Mental Health: @illuminatemh The Bipolar Diaries: @thebipolardiaries_ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, we dive deep into the concept of being the boss of your brain – a skill crucial for navigating the challenges of neurodivergence. Contrary to common misconceptions, being the boss of your brain doesn't mean eliminating all negative thoughts or self-doubt. Instead, it's about understanding and working with the natural tendencies of our brains.Many of us, especially those who are neurodivergent, experience a unique relationship with our brains. It can feel like a constant battle with overwhelming thoughts and unhealthy coping mechanisms. The truth is, our brains are wired to identify problems and solve them, which can lead to a barrage of thoughts, creating anxiety and stress.In this episode, we explore the idea that some people have naturally still minds, while others, like many neurodivergents, have busy brains that tend to fixate on problems. The key is not to suppress the busyness but to redirect it in a way that promotes peace and productivity.I share insights from my personal experiences and coaching sessions, emphasizing the importance of giving your brain a job – a positive focus or goal. Whether it's aiming for a career milestone, enhancing relationships, or fostering personal growth, understanding the result you desire allows you to guide your brain toward supportive thoughts.Towards the end, I introduce a three-part audio training available at joinamanda.ca, designed to help you navigate your brain and handle anxiety more effectively. Being the boss of your brain is an ongoing practice, and with the right tools, you can transform your mental and emotional well-being.If you're ready to take charge of your brain and experience a positive shift in your life, don't miss this episode. And remember, you're not alone on this journey – we're in it together!
Continuing from the last episode, K'dee Crews and Amanda Anguish discuss helpful ways on how to forgive.__✨ Click the link for FREE access to Dr. Binus' e-course on Psychiatric Medications - https://beautiful-minds-wellness.teachable.com/p/psychiatric-medications-with-dr-binus
Bailey gets vulnerable about her own personal experiences with Bipolar rage - how they make her feel and behave along with how they affect those around her. Additionally, she reads an article that further validates how she's felt while also pointing out some hard truths. You'll leave this episode with more understanding about bipolar rage and, hopefully, feeling more empathetic to those of us who undergo these horrible episodes. SHOW NOTES: https://whatisheybailsdoing.com/2023/11/20/s4-episode-15-bipolar-rage-is-a-real-b-with-an-itch-show-notes/ WEBSITE: https://whatisheybailsdoing.com/ MEDICATION TRACKING CALENDAR: https://baileyswaydesigns.etsy.com/listing/1595242321 WIN OF THE WEEK: http://whatisheybailsdoing.com/win-of-the-week/ ETSY COUPON: https://baileyswaydesigns.etsy.com?coupon=JOY2023 SHOP: https://baileyswaydesigns.etsy.com SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://whatisheybailsdoing.com/support-the-show/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/distressedtojoyful.baileysway/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/distressedtojoyful_baileysway/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@whatisheybailsdoing
Topics: Boundaries, Self-Worth, Bipolar, Grandparenting, Friendship, Christian Walk, Adult Children Hosts: Steve Arterburn, Becky Brown, Dr. Jim Burns Caller Questions: With compassion fatigue, how do I care for others and avoid getting absorbed and pulled down? Will a brain scan help my bipolar husband stay even keel instead of making my life an emotional roller coaster? As grandparents, what can we do to The post New Life Live: November 17, 2023 appeared first on New Life.
The hilarious stand-up comic Olivia Flood-Wylie joins me to laugh and talk the current comedy scene, audience energy, meeting her sweetie in Amsterdam, our shared membership in the Bipolar gang, the perils of perfectionism, Dara Ó Briain, The Comedy Store, karaoke disasters, the legendary rudeness and inherent danger of Canadians and more. More Olivia! https://www.instagram.com/oliviafloodwylie/ Head over to https://www.patreon.com/CraigAndFriends Snatch up ad-free & early versions of these episodes, exclusive bonus episodes AND get in early on Movie Clubs. Add your questions, comments (and maybe be directed to certain places where certain films might be) while supporting the show.
Bill Wooldridge and Theo Thompson, School Counselors with decades of experience, Talk about the challenges families face when their kids get sick, and discuss some ways to deal with these difficult decisions.
Couch Talks is the bonus episode of You Need Therapy where Kat answers questions listeners send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Kat on Instagram: @Kat.Defatta Follow the podcast Instagram: @YouNeedTherapyPodcast Have a question, concern, guest idea, something else? Reach Kat at: Kathryn@youneedtherapypodcast.com Heard about Three Cords Therapy but don't know what it is? Click here! Produced by: @HoustonTilleySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Anastasia & Leah discuss the difference types of Bipolar especially between Leah's diagnosis of Bipolar 1 and Anastasia's of Bipolar 2. Is Leah misdiagnosed Bipolar 1 or has she slipped into Bipolar 2? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Giulia Lukach had her first manic episode, it seemed to come out of nowhere. She was in her late twenties, and had been married to her husband, Mark, for three years. “For him it was just so new because I've always been the happy girl,” Giulia told Anna in an interview in 2015. Her psychosis was dark and intense.“ The only thing she could talk about was the devil and that she needed to protect the world because the devil was inside her,” Mark said in their 2015 interview.In 2023, Mark and Giulia sat down with Anna again. In the intervening years, they had a second child, and after years without Giulia having a manic episode, they thought they were in the clear. “We had this quasi-pseudo-science theory that maybe by sharing our story with the world, that was becoming this like protective barrier,” Mark told Anna. In this episode, you'll hear parts of the couple's original 2015 conversation, and how their outlook has changed since, both in how they treat each other, and how they deal with the unknown. “I have been to war with myself and with my mind many times,” Giulia said, “knowing that my episodes can come at any moment – that's like high anxiety for me – and so I literally live in the moment now. I only live in today.”Also, side note: Will you be in New York City on Saturday, December 9th at 12:30pm? Come to a Death, Sex, & Money live event at Caveat, a cabaret on the Lower East Side, to celebrate the show's run at WNYC. We're calling it Four Interviews and a Funeral. Join Anna, the team, special guests, and dance along to live music. Tickets are available here.
JFOD and Ben explore the inner workings of the mind of the millionaire. Are there common traits that these folks all possess? JFOD and Ben also discuss 7 ways to bounce back from setbacks people may have in their lives. This episode also contains a lot of chat about the lifestyle of being a comedian. Enjoy and please share. Donate to the pod: SupportTYPP.com. Follow JFOD: jfodlovesyou.com. Follow Ben: @CornbreadBen.
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Join us on the From Adversity to Abundance podcast as we delve into the raw and inspiring journey of Gregg Martin, a retired two-star general battling bipolar disorder. Witness the highs and lows of his life, the resilience in the face of adversity, and the shocking twist that leaves him questioning everything. Will he find the strength to overcome? Don't miss this captivating episode that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Meet Maj. Gen. Gregg Martin, a retired U.S. Army general with a doctorate degree under his belt. His remarkable military career spans three decades, with serving in the Iraq War as a Brigade Commander being one of his many notable accomplishments. Yet, beneath the outstanding accolades and distinguished duties, lies Gregg's brave fight with bipolar disorder. His powerful narrative offers a unique perspective on mental illness, providing valuable insight for those navigating their own mental health journeys."To really recover, you have to take attributes of healthy living and anchor them into the foundation of the five P's: people, purpose, place, perseverance, and presence." Impact of Bipolar DisorderBipolar disorder significantly impacts an individual's life and can lead to periods of intense mania or debilitating depression. It's a chronic condition that requires lifelong management and support. The sharing of personal journeys, like Gregg Martin's, shine a light on the lived experience of bipolar disorder, bringing about much-needed awareness and understanding. Books and ResourcesBipolar General: My Forever War with Mental Illness (Association of the United States Army)A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness Connect with Gregg Martin:WEBSITE: www.bipolargeneral.comLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregg-f-martin-222735aa/ Connect with usWEBSITE: https://www.adversity2abundance.comYOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChYrpCUlqFYLy4HngRrmU9QLeave us a rating or review: https://www.adversity2abundance.com/reviews/new/ or hereGot comments, feedback or suggestions? We'd love to hear it! https://www.adversity2abundance.com/contact/ Connect with JamieLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-bateman-5359a811/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/batemanjames
We pulled the audio from one of our Twitter / X Space conversations for this installment of the podcast. A couple of followers of the project and I were talking about psychosis and spirituality. One guest, Sharaiz, hails from Pakistan and brings his unique cultural perspective to the table. Later, guest MC Front Run, joins as well to add to the conversation. There are no major content advisories for this installment of the show. Follow Bipolar Recorder on Twitter / X @BipolarRecorder Follow Hunter Keegan on Twitter / X @HHKeegan We're also on Instagram and Threads @BipolarRecorder Visit our official website to learn more about the BiIpolar Recorder project and support the show! www.bipolarrecorder.com
Bipolar Disease: Diagnosis and Management Evaluation and Credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MedChat59 Target Audience This activity is targeted toward primary care providers and advanced providers. Statement of Need This podcast will discuss the diagnosis and management of bipolar disorders with a focus for the primary care setting. Patients with these disorders are often seen in the primary care setting, although diagnosis can be challenging in that the prevalence is low. Objectives At the conclusion of this offering, the participant will be able to: Define bipolar disorder, including characteristics and prevalence. Describe the distinction between Bipolar Type 1 and Type 2. Discuss combordities that exist with Bipolar Disorder. Review management strategies for patients diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. Moderator Jim Frazier, M.D. Pediatrician Chief Medical Officer Norton Healthcare Louisville, Kentucky Speaker John J. Wernert, M.D., MHA, DLFAP Executive Medical Director Norton Behavioral Medicine Norton Healthcare Louisville, Kentucky Moderator, Speaker and Planner Disclosures The planners, moderator and speaker of this activity do not have any relevant financial relationships to disclose. Commercial Support There was no commercial support for this activity. Physician Credits Accreditation Norton Healthcare is accredited by the Kentucky Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Designation Norton Healthcare designates this enduring material for a maximum of .5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Nursing Credits Norton Healthcare Institute for Education and Development is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the South Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. This continuing professional development activity has been approved for .5 contact hours. In order for nursing participants to obtain credits, they must claim attendance by attesting to the number of hours in attendance. For more information related to nursing credits, contact Sally Sturgeon, DNP, RN, SANE-A, AFN-BC at (502) 446-5889 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Resources for Additional Study Screening for Bipolar I Disorder and the Rapid Mood Screener: Results of a Nationwide Health Care Provider Survey https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37115145/ Is it depression or is it bipolar depression? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33017361/ Norton Healthcare, a not for profit health care system, is a leader in serving adult and pediatric patients throughout Greater Louisville, Southern Indiana, the commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond. Five Louisville hospitals provide inpatient and outpatient general care as well as specialty care including heart, neuroscience, cancer, orthopedic, women's and pediatric services. A strong research program provides access to clinical trials in a multitude of areas. More information about Norton Healthcare is available at NortonHealthcare.com. Date of Original Release |Nov 2023; Information is current as of the time of recording. Course Termination Date | Nov 2025 Contact Information | Center for Continuing Medical, Provider and Nursing Education; (502) 446-5955 or email@example.com
Tomorrow is the observed Veterans day.. and Veterans, especially those who served in combat, have generally experienced more stress and trauma in their lives than non-Veterans, (Va.gov) which can lead to many struggles with mental health such as PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar disorder. John Ellis - Therapist with Numinus - previously served with the United States Air Force Reserves joins the show to discuss how to identify PTSD and resources for Veterans in the state of Utah.
"I'm Jas - a podcaster, engineer, and motivator for others with mental illness"Jas gets very candid in this episode about her bipolar diagnosis and how it changed her life. She speaks out about how important a proper diagnosis through the proper medical channels is. When we take a random online quiz to try and diagnose ourselves, we will likely end up with the wrong idea.>>> You do not want to be on all these medications IF you do not need to be on them. Episode Quote:Find the builder block habits that help you feel more like yourself and doing those every day, tracking them, and seeing how that affects your mood - so tracking your mood along with that. Tracking my motivation has been a game changer for finding out what actually keeps me motivated. Self Love Tip: Getting habits on track: she explains in this episode how it can be hard for some people to even complete daily habits like drinking their water, getting enough sleep, and how for her, it came down to starting the medications she needed to regulate that brain chemistry. She has insight to an AMAZING habit tracker, find out more by checking her out on IG at @the_bipolar_badass You can find her podcast, "The Bipolar Badass" wherever you are listening to this one. Other socials: thebipolarbadass - lemon8 and tiktok Find Audrey On IG at: @helloaudreyrose
In this episode, K'dee Crews and Amanda Anguish discuss the harmful impacts of holding resentment towards those in our life circles.__✨ Click the link for FREE access to Dr. Binus' e-course on Psychiatric Medications - https://beautiful-minds-wellness.teachable.com/p/psychiatric-medications-with-dr-binus
We have a hilarious guest on TYPP! this week. It's comedian Jake Silberman who has spent a majority of the past three years living in a van, as he tours the country performing stand up. We delve into the inner-workings of the psychology of the man who lives in the van. What's it like? How dark does it get? How does it feel to live outside of society? Are there any surprisingly positive aspects? Also in this episode, JFOD reveals a very embarrassing, yet hilarious (after the fact) interaction he had with one of his comedy heroes, Maria Bamford. Ben discusses how comedy has helped him cultivate a sense of purpose + lots more. Donate to TYPP: SupportTYPP.com. Follow JFOD: jfodlovesyou.com. Follow Ben: @CornbreadBen. Follow Jake Silberman: @TheComedianJake
Throughout his journey, Steve achieved significant milestones, with one of the most significant being his ability to hold down a job and establish a stable career. He has also become an advocate for mental health awareness, particularly within the bipolar community, and he continues to inspire others to seek help and take control of their lives. Steve's parting message was one of encouragement and empowerment. He emphasized that individuals dealing with mental health challenges are not alone and should not consider themselves victims. With the right support, treatment, and determination, they can regain control over their lives and thrive. Steve's story serves as a powerful reminder that resilience and self-empowerment are attainable even in the face of significant adversity. His journey inspires hope and encourages listeners to seek help, educate themselves, and tap into their inner strength to overcome challenges. About Steve 74 year old male, married for 50 years with 3 grown children, all girls. Spent a life time in the retail clothing business. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 22. As a normal energetic boy of 9, I never imagined the horror I would experience in just a few short months that would lead me into a life of despair dealing with bipolar disorder. Learn more from Steve at: http://authorstevewwilson.com About Theresa Inman A wife and a mother to two children and grandmother, Theresa Alexander Inman is a Parenting Coach, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Infant Toddler Development Specialist. She was introduced to the field of behavior analysis in 2007 after working in many capacities in the juvenile justice system. Her goal is to improve the lives of children and families by helping them strategize child develop skills to prevent or reduce the effects of possible delays while having fun! Theresa is also an author, having published “How Can I Help My Child Communicate?” in 2022. Connect with Theresa today! • Instagram | Theresa Inman • LinkedIn | Theresa Inman • BabyBoomer.org | Theresa Inman • YouTube | Parenting with Confidence • Tiktok | https://www.tiktok.com/@parentcoachtheresa • Spotify via Anchor.fm | Parenting with Confidence Website: https://www.theresaalexanderinman.com/ About Parenting with Confidence Parenting with Confidence with Theresa Alexander Inman presents you with answers if you are a tired and frustrated parent with a child diagnosed with a developmental delay. We aim to lift you up from the pressure of doing it right and provide you with the resources to set you and your child up for success! Please comment, share and download --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/support
This is the episode for you if you are a man living with bipolar or you love/care for a man who is. I am joined by Lee Formella, host of Benefits of Bipolar on YouTube, writer for the International Bipolar Foundation + NAMI newsletter & speaker for NAMI. Lee opens up about his experience going about asking for help and the challenges he has faced in this area from a male perspective. He describes the moment that moved him to prioritize this with his struggles with drinking and gambling. If you can relate to feeling like you need to have all the answers and feeling overwhelmed with thinking you need do this alone then Lee's story will give you hope. Lee went from living in survival mode from 15-35 and talks about the process of stepping out of this with the support of his family and girlfriend. Tune in to learn from a male perspective on what has worked for Lee when it comes down to learning how to Live Well Bipolar. Connect with Lee on Instagram here and on his website here.
Dealing with mental illness is a forever war, one with a ton of lessons to give if you are willing to receive them. We learn more about this profound subject with Gregg F. Martin, PhD, MG Army (Ret.), as he courageously recounts his unending battle against the relentless foe of mental illness. In this deeply introspective episode, Major General Martin shares the gripping narrative of his lifelong struggle with bipolar disorder, a condition that unknowingly propelled him to soaring highs of energy and creativity, only to plunge him into the abyss of depression. As he shares journey, we explore the vital importance of seeking professional help, the transformative impact of medication, therapy, and healthy living, and the five essential 'P's to anchor one's recovery: purpose, people, place, perseverance, and presence. Major General Martin's story underscores the pressing need to destigmatize mental health issues, encouraging open conversations and understanding, while offering hope to those who, too, wage their own eternal war against mental illness. Tune in for more!
We discuss Bipolar "Disorder", the Condition of Mania vs Burnout, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and MOREGregg Martin, PhD, is a retired major general and a 36-year Army combat veteran, celebrated for his remarkable career commanding engineer units and holding prestigious roles such as president of the National Defense University, and commander of Fort Leonard Wood. An accomplished author, his book "BIPOLAR GENERAL: My Forever War with Mental Illness" candidly shares his journey. With advanced degrees from MIT, the Naval War College, and the Army War College, Gregg's indomitable spirit offers hope and inspiration to others, while he finds strength and joy alongside his wife Maggie in Cocoa Beach, Florida.QUOTE: “Maintain an attitude of gratitude in ALL circumstances!” Alongside his military achievements, Gregg is an accomplished author, known for his book “BIPOLAR GENERAL: My Forever War with Mental Illness,” where he candidly shares his personal struggles and triumphs. He holds advanced degrees from MIT (a PhD and two master's degrees), the Naval War College, and the Army War College, in addition to his BS degree from West Point. Currently residing in Cocoa Beach, Florida, he finds strength and support in his loving wife, making the most of life's simple joys together. Gregg Martin's journey exemplifies the indomitable spirit, offering hope and inspiration to others facing adversity in their lives.Today's Top 3 Takeaways: Bipolar - Mania vs BurnoutLithium TherapySeasonal Affective Disorder Today's Guest & Resource Links: Visit - www.generalgreggmartin.comHis book is live on Amazon! - https://amzn.to/47iN7XTConnect with Gregg - https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregg-f-martin-222735aa Watch us on YouTube: https://youtu.be/XTDnWlxzFro Timestamped Show Notes: 05:00 – I wasn't diagnosed until I was actually in my 50s. So the background on this is looking back now in working with experts, psychiatrists, I now know that I was living on the bipolar spectrum from teenage years. So in, I always had a, what they call a bipolar brain. But at first, it was a very low level of mania.10:00 – Mania is really the opposite of burnout. Because with mania, you're going continuously up, up, up until you blow up and come crashing down to earth. So the manic side of the cycle is up up more and more energy, less sleep, more grandiosity, etc. Then I would say, what goes up must come down. So when you reach a peak level, and your brain is over producing these key chemicals, when it's time to go the other way, the brain stops producing as much, and it gets fewer and fewer of these chemicals. Then that's when you hit the burnout, you fall into depression, and your brain essentially begins to shut down. I mean, no energy, withdrawn, confused, you can't make a decision, can't get out of bed, can't go to work. That's where I think the burnout comes in. It's just the natural byproduct of the mania.20:00 - Scott, you've actually given me a good idea, and something to think about. Maybe we have a little more specificity in who is my buddy, in what area I've given down here. You know, all my friends that, because I've written about 25 articles in close to 100 talks, everybody knows, Martin has a bipolar disorder. What I've done is I've given them these little cards that showed the symptoms of mania and depression. I've talked to them and said, okay, look, read this, do you understand it, if you see me displaying any of these symptoms,...
Gregg Martin is a Two-Star Army General who served in the US Army for 35 years. Gregg's book: BIPOLAR GENERAL: My Forever War with Mental Illness, was published on September 15, 2023. Gregg joins us for a second time to discuss how his book is doing, updates on his mental health, everything he's been up to since our first interview, and so much more. You don't want to miss this interview filled with Gregg's authentic and raw battle with bipolar disorder. You can check out Gregg's website here: https://www.generalgreggmartin.com You can order Gregg's book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1682479188 Check out our First Interview – Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/going-places/id1534358929?i=1000524019139 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3UhX9vvrkIFoVFTdwxi3u8?si=471bb7b8bbd94031 Podbean: https://goingplacespodcast.podbean.com/e/gregg-martin-a-two-star-generals-war-with-bipolar-disorder/ TW: There is reference to suicidal ideation and severe mental health challenges in this episode. Gregg shares everything about his difficult battles throughout deep moments of mania and depression.
In this episode of 'Conversations With", Mental Illness advocate Shaley Hoogendoorn chats with Oliver Seligman, author of 'Befriending Bipolar: a patient's perspective'. Oliver is a truth teller and his book is a deep dive into his experiences with bipolar disorder, psychosis and eventually acceptance. I felt seen and understood because I could relate to many of his symptoms and stories. Although not uncommon in bipolar disorder, Oliver's experience with severe manic episodes and psychosis are dramatic and frightening. He describes in detail what it feels like to break from reality and live in a world that is not real. They discuss how easy it is to convince yourself that you no longer need medication and the fallout from trying to wean off without medical supervision. This is a real and raw conversation between two people that know what it is like to live with bipolar for many years. I think others will find themselves in Oliver's story and be inspired by how he after years of struggle he learned that he could not only exist and manage his bipolar disorder, he could befriend it in a way that helps him live a more peaceful and meaningful life. Oliver's story is a story of hope and perseverance. this is bipolar... To my listeners, Thank you for being here. If this episode or podcast means something to you, I would be forever grateful if you would favourite this account & follow/subscribe the ‘this is bipolar' podcast wherever you listen your podcasts so you stay up to date. It would also mean the world to me if you gave a 5 ⭐️ review- this helps the podcast reach those who need to hear it most. If you want to have deeper conversations and hear more from my guests and others, go to @this.is.bipolar IG page and become a subscriber. There is so many extras that come along with a subscription. Thank you for supporting me and this podcast.
"Welcome to our latest episode of Sisters-in-Service! Today, we have a special guest who has had an incredible journey from serving in the military to making a mark in the film industry. DeAnna was in the Air Force from 1988 to 1998, and then joined the Army Reserves from 1998 to 2009. Initially trained as an interior electrician, she later cross-trained to become a Graphic Illustrator (3V051) after 18 months. This became her field of expertise for the rest of her time on active duty.DeAnna was stationed at various locations around the world, including RAF Chicksands in the UK, Eglin AFB in Florida, Osan AB in South Korea, and Barksdale AFB in Louisiana.DeAnna is now a prominent figure in the local film industry in Louisiana. She wears multiple hats, working as an actress, locations manager, scout, and a producer. In 2020, DeAnna established her own production company called Bad Habitz Productions. Her journey in the industry began in 2006, and has since found solace and healing from her personal struggles, including PTSD, through their work in film.Driven by her own experiences, DeAnna founded Bad Habitz Organization, a 501c3 non-profit, in 2021. The organization's mission is to create a supportive environment for veterans to acknowledge and address their PTSD. Her aim is to achieve this by providing training opportunities in the entertainment industry, both in front of and behind the camera. Additionally, the organization assists interested veterans in applying for their veteran benefits, including disability benefits they may be eligible for.Bad Habitz Productions, LLC, is dedicated to producing high-quality films in Louisiana. What sets them apart is their commitment to hiring military veterans, with 60% of the cast and crew being veterans. This is made possible through the training programs offered by Bad Habitz Organization.Join us as we delve deeper into Deanna's inspiring journey and learn more about the incredible work they are doing to support veterans in the film industry."I hope this re-write captures the essence of your story for your podcast! Let me know if there's anything else I can assist you with.https://www.badhabitzproductions.comSupport the show
We are excited to announce that TYPP! has a new cohost! It's the very funny and insightful Ben Siy-Hian. Ben is a great comedian and good friend of JFOD's. They hang out all the time and make each other laugh a lot. So why not host the pod together? Sounds like a good plan. In this episode, they introduce Ben, they talk about how John is thriving while having Bipolar 1 Disorder, they discuss the stress of producing live comedy in NYC + lots more. Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/JFOD. Join the Newsletter: JFODnews.com. Follow John on social media: @jfodlovesyou. Follow Ben on social media: @cornbreadben
The 3 biggest lies that I told myself both prior to and after my bipolar diagnosis were these: 1. You will never find a partner who will truly love and accept you 2. You will never be successful in any type of job or career 3. You must keep this a secret and never tell people you live with bipolar There are many other things I held onto both due to self-stigma and discrimination I experienced early on in my journey living with bipolar. Tune in to hear me break down how I came to see these as lies and how I was able to prove them all to be false. If you have not already, please connect with and send me a DM after this episode to my Instagram here. Let me know some of the lies bipolar told you or some of the ones you are struggling with today. Love you guys, thank you for being here.
In this episode, we had guest "JASIEL NUÑEZ" who just signed to PESO PLUMA'S label "DOUBLE P RECORDS." He talked about struggles, not being able to drop music for 2 years, touring with PESO PLUMA, writing LAGUNAS, BIPOLAR, CORAZON FRIO, ROSA PASTEL, and more!