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Rachel Macias has experienced two different instances of sexual assault: once when she was 7 and again when she was 16. Some major topics covered:-how experiences of sexual assault/harassment affect sexuality-the way trauma is non-linear & some days are more triggering than others-the difficulty in trusting others after being assaulted-losing faith in the legal system to handle sexual assault cases appropriately
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We had the pleasure of meeting Kelley Koehler at her massage studio – a space that resonates with intention, warmth, and mindfulness. As she welcomed us, it was clear that Kelley has undergone a remarkable transformation. She radiates a sense of self-love and maturity that contrasts vividly with the person she was not too long ago.Kelley's roots trace back to suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her father's occupation as a racecar driver and her mother's self-absorption marked her upbringing. The divorce of her parents during her third-grade year led to a series of moves orchestrated by her mother's quest for work opportunities. From Arkansas to Wisconsin, the family navigated small towns as her mother hustled for a better life.The shift from her Wisconsin small town to the bustling urban environment of Houston during her teenage years was a jarring experience. Kelley, who had been accustomed to being the center of attention in her small-town schools, suddenly found herself a small fish in a much larger pond. Coping with this culture shock and the ensuing struggle to fit in, Kelley turned to alcohol, drugs, and other means of self-soothing.However, her life took a different direction. She left home at 17, and by the time she turned 18, she was in rehab. Surprisingly, her challenges weren't centered around drugs or alcohol; instead, she realized that her core issue was codependency and the need to learn how to navigate life independently from the influence of her narcissistic mother.Kelley's journey included six marriages and six children. The cumulative experiences brought her to a moment of profound self-discovery. Now, in this beautiful chapter of her life, she has embraced self-love and has surrendered to her own identity. She has learned to stand strong in her individuality and no longer seeks someone or something external to complete her. Join us as we bear witness to Kelley's inspiring transformation, a narrative that unfolds with each step she takes through The Jar.For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Gary Lineker speaks to the Tottenham head coach Ange Postecoglou. They discuss his upbringing in Greece and how that led to his love of the sport. Postecoglou also reveals how his early playing days have influenced his coaching philosophy, and talks about his intentions for turning Tottenham into serial trophy winners. TIMECODES 03:00 His upbringing, his father and how his love of football developed 09:10 Early career, including his time in Amsterdam 13:00 Changing the mindset at Tottenham 14:35 Coping without Harry Kane 20:30 The importance of James Maddison and Son Heung-Min 26:00 His goals and aspirations at Tottenham
Unlocking Success: 8 Essential Lessons Every Parent Should Instill in Their Children Here is your *Secret Sauce Formula* for RAISING SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN! The new episode of The Impactful Parent gives 8 lessons parents should teach their children (and HOW to teach those lessons) to grow a successful and well-balanced child! ---- LINKS MENTIONED IN THE RECORDING https://theimpactfulparent.com/app Download the FREE Impactful Parent App! Available on Apple and Android App Stores. FREEBIES from episodes included! Apple Store: https://theimpactfulparent.com/ios Android Play Store: https://theimpactfulparent.com/android https://theimpactfulparent.com for more FREE Resources and paid programs. https://theimpactfulparent.com/50things for Life Skills to Teach your child before they leave the house. https://theimpactfulparent.com/20waystocope for Coping techniques to teach your child https://www.youtube.com/ For a video on how to teach your child HOW to apologize properly. ---- Rate, Review, & Subscribe! "I love Kristina and all the FREE tips that she has to offer! Thank you for making my parenting journey better!"
Your Needs Are Worth Attending To just as you ARE. You don't have to fall into the the common tendency that many Christian women do, of comparing themselves and their situations to those of others or where they wish they were already. You don't need to judge your own needs and experiences. You are unique, and your life journey is unique and valuable, and it is important to recognize and prioritize one's own needs without comparing them to others. Effective coaching meets you where you are, as you are, and pays attention to you, your story, and your needs. To learn more about why Michelle's upcoming 12 Week Coaching program can be a great experience for your and your needs and goals, listen in. To learn more about the upcoming 12 Week Coaching Program go to: Empowerment Oasis - Free Sample (mentalhealthforchristianwomen.com) https://linktr.ee/michellecroyle
Best-selling author Kris Carr is one of my nearest and dearest. We go way back to my talent agent days (I represented her). Kris's newest book, I'm Not A Mourning Person: Braving Loss, Grief, and the Big Messy Emotions That Happen When Life Falls Apart, is a beautiful read. I could not put it down, and I lived a lot of this book with Kris as it was happening. If you are experiencing grief of any kind, whether due to the loss of a loved one, the loss of your former self, or the loss of a job, I think you'll enjoy this heartfelt conversation. Read the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/543
“Why do I have to deal with change?” The answer is, because change is inevitable. Whether it's a new client, a new boss, a new piece of software, a discontinuation of your favorite coffee flavor… change is a part of life. Coping with, and adapting to, those changes are crucial for happiness and success in work and in life. Whether you are someone who embraces change or dreads it, the way in which you accept it will increase or decrease your stress levels. Change can trigger powerful emotions. For some, change makes them feel as though they are out of control, that they are being dragged toward a very steep rock face or cliff, toward which they have no control. Tune in tomorrow where I will share three mindset adjustments to help you cope with change and maybe even learn to embrace it for even greater success. Subscribe to my high-value proven business success tips and resources Blog (https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) Take advantage of all the complimentary business tips and tools by joining the Free Silver Membership on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/inner-circle-store/. Want more from The Accountability Coach™, subscribe to more high-value content by looking for me on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ and on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries, or by going to https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/accountabilitycoach.com/id290547573. Go to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com to check out for yourself how I, as your Accountability Coach™, can help you get and stay focused on you highest payoff activities that put you in the highest probability position to achieve your professional and personal goals, so you can enjoy the kind of business and life you truly want and deserve. I'm the author of many books, including, Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, The Guide to Stopping Procrastination, and the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, The Roadmap To Success with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, and more. Check out my proven business accelerator resources by going to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne BachrachThe Accountability Coach™
"It's okay to not be okay, and no one ever has to go through hard things alone. There is ALWAYS someone willing to listen." Seattle-area high school senior Luz sits down with Megan Reibel from Forefront Suicide Prevention to candidly destigmatize the conversation around suicide. Megan shares her own mental health journey and discusses her work on the frontlines of suicide prevention. In addition to covering prevention methods like locking away firearms and potentially lethal medications, Megan dives deep into the life-saving steps of L.E.A.R.N.; Look for signs, Empathize and listen, Ask directly about suicide, Reduce the dangers & Next steps. Help is available 24 hours, speak with someone today by calling 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, with English and Spanish language assistance. More about L.E.A.R.N.: intheforefront.org/learn-saves-lives/ Teen Link: www.teenlink.org/get-involved/ Safer Homes Coalition: saferhomescoalition.org/ King County Suicide Prevention Week of Action: allpreventsuicide.org/
Andrea welcomes Dr. Carolyn Rubenstein to discuss the many nuances of anxiety that can show up in our lives. Dr. Rubenstein, PhD is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Florida specializing in anxiety, burnout, and perfectionism. She particularly enjoys helping anxious overachievers experience greater ease by finding worth in being, not just doing. She created Perfectly Human a new online course for anyone struggling with perfectionism, self-criticism, and procrastination. Her course also provides a strong foundation of skills for those of us looking to build more resilience, presence, and enjoyment into our lives. Andrea and Caryolyn share thoughts that will empower you to achieve a heightened awareness of your anxiety and equip you with the tools to cope with its manifestations.Follow Dr. Caroline@carolynrubensteinphdhttps://perfectlyhumancourse.com/The key moments in this episode are: 00:02:00 - Dr. Caroline Rubenstein's background, 00:07:17 - Recognizing anxiety, 00:11:40 - Levels of anxiety, 00:12:48 - Normalizing anxiety, 00:14:24 - Recognizing Shifting in Anxiety, 00:16:21 - Spiraling Thoughts and Coping Strategies, 00:19:42 - Taking Action and De-escalating Anxiety, 00:24:08 - Collecting Coping Strategies, 00:26:54 - Taking Back Control from Anxiety, 00:28:32 - The impact of anxiety on personal growth, parenting, and success, 00:35:10 - How anxiety affects relationships, 00:38:51 - Supporting someone with anxiety, 00:39:47 - Coping skills for dealing with anxiety, 00:42:28 - Modeling Emotions for Children, 00:45:29 - Allowing Children to Express Emotions, 00:46:48 - Finding Coping Strategies, 00:48:31 - Listening vs. Fixing, 00:50:12 - Taking Control of Anxiety, Make it Simple is sponsored by Athletic GreensVisit drinkag1.com/simple to get a FREE Free One Year Supply of Vitamin D3+K2, 5 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Follow the Make it Simple Podcast@make.it.simple.podcast Have a suggestion for a topic click HEREHave a suggestion for a guest click HEREFollow Andrea on Instagram@email@example.comTraining & Coachinghttps://www.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.com/linksVisit Andrea's Websitewww.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.comProduced by Light On Creative Productions
What habits get in your way at work? Are there any instances in the workplace that may be limiting you? Are you comfortable sharing your achievements and discussing how you specifically generated a result? Would you rather let your accomplishments speak for themselves? This habit of being reluctant to claim your achievements may resonate more with women. However, this episode is for everyone. Not only did these habits resonate with me, but I also became keenly aware of how our organizational structures can make it difficult for women to break them. Today's guest is best-selling author, speaker, and leadership coach Sally Helgesen. Sally was cited by Forbes as the world's premier expert on women's leadership and was inducted into the Thinkers 50 Hall of Fame. Her latest book, Rising Together: How We Can Bridge Divides and Create a More Inclusive Workplace, offers practical ways to build more inclusive relationships, teams, and workplaces. It examines the behaviors most likely to get in the way of successful women as they move forward in their careers. In today's episode, we examine how Sally's early experiences working in corporate America sparked her journey of becoming a women's leadership expert. We dive into the beliefs that can provide a foundation for habits that get in the way of women's efforts to rise. We also discuss her new book, Rising Together, and what we can do to build better work cultures of belonging and inclusion. Let's get some integrity in our spines, bring our attention to this moment, and learn from Sally Helgesen. Key Points: We cannot control what others think; we can only control how we act. It is essential to have honest conversations. Communicate what you're interested in. Being reluctant to talk about your aspirations doesn't serve you. Making a simple request is not always leveraging. It can be a chance to give others an opportunity to feel good about themselves. Set boundaries based on your values, and learn to say no without elaboration. During difficult situations, build awareness of your reaction and find a path where you can move more productively. Episode Highlights [00:56] Getting to know Sally Helgensen and her passion [02:44] Sally's Origin Story [07:38] Looking at exclusivity from both the individual and organizational standpoint [10:15] What keeps Sally going [11:52] Building awareness on beliefs that lead us to resist growth [17:54] Taking responsibility for getting your work noticed [25:49] Building relationships in the workplace and getting over the either-or thinking [30:28] Coping with the disease to please [31:00] Overcoming either/or thinking [38:58] How to give people the benefit of our goodwill [49:21] Managing diversity and creating psychological safety in the workplace [58:23] The most impactful advice for Sally Resources "The Female Advantage: Women's Ways of Leadership" by Sally Helgensen www.amazon.com/Female-Advantage-Womens-Ways-Leadership/dp/0385419112 “How Women Rise” by Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen "Rising Together: How We Can Bridge Divides and Create a More Inclusive Workplace" by Sally Helgensen www.amazon.com/Rising-Together-Divides-Inclusive-Workplace/dp/0306828308
David M. Allen, MD, author of Coping with Critical, Demanding, and Dysfunctional Parents joins us to talk about critical, demanding, and hateful parents. David is professor emeritus of psychiatry and former director of psychiatric residency training at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN. He is also author of the book How Dysfunctional Families Spur Mental Disorders. He has carried out research on personality disorders, is a psychotherapy theorist, and is former associate editor of the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. He is also the author of three other books for psychotherapists, as well as numerous journal articles and book chapters. Visit our website at www.newharbinger.com and use coupon code 'Podcast25' to receive 25% off your entire order. Buy the Book: New Harbinger - https://bit.ly/43PZ6tV Amazon - https://a.co/d/fTJZwBe Barnes & Noble - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/1126903463 Bookshop.org - https://bit.ly/44NlDc7 This podcast is edited by Jesse Fankushen.
In this heartfelt episode of 'A Journey from Separated to Divorced,' we dive deep into the challenges and triumphs faced by those who didn't initiate their separation. Join us as we explore the uncharted waters of life as a 'non-initiator' in separation and discover valuable insights and strategies to cope with the unexpected. From navigating emotional turbulence to finding your strength amidst the storm, our conversation offers guidance and inspiration for anyone facing this unique journey. ---------- Great news! now you can find everything you need in one spot! Want that chapter checklist just visit www.JosieFalcon.com want to listen to this podcast off of apple, visit www.JosieFalcon.com what to know about my services, you guessed it visit www.JosieFalcon.com And you know what, if you saved my old web address, no worries, it redirects, so feel free to keep going to www.HeavyPagesPodcast.com ! you can email me at HeavyPagesPodcast@gmail.com If you want to just send me a quick note, you can find me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/heavy_pages_podcast/ And lastly, If you would like to interact with me and share with others please join my Facebook group "Separation, Breakup and Divorce Support" https://www.facebook.com/groups/sbdsupport/ Thanks for listening, catch you on the next one! *This Podcast is created from my old journal writings. The events are portrayed to the best of my knowledge and memory. While all the stories in this podcast are true, some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of the people involved.
Karla Mans Giroux, a holistic health coach with a remarkable list of accomplishments that make her a beacon of inspiration and knowledge in the world of health and wellness. Karla's dedication to helping individuals on their health journeys is exemplified by her impressive certifications, including those from the Wisdom of the Whole Coaching Academy and the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaches. Her expertise extends even further as a certified Radical Remissions Workshop Facilitator and Speaker.Karla's specialization lies in empowering and educating those on a cancer journey, offering them invaluable insights and guidance. But her reach goes beyond cancer support; she's equally passionate about assisting individuals in achieving prevention, maintaining general health, and pursuing longevity.Her role as Co-Director at the Radical Remissions Project is pivotal in driving positive change and facilitating the Coach Training Program. Furthermore, Karla is a distinguished speaker and will be a part of the upcoming Cancer Revolution Summit, set to take place from September 21st to 26th. On this Episode: Introduction to Karla Mans Giroux1:37 Karla Mans Giroux's Battle Against Breast Cancer4:49 Coping with Stress Amidst a Cancer Diagnosis8:46 Navigating a Cancer Diagnosis and the Importance of Support15:49 Building the Right Healing Team Around you23:08 Practical Guidance for Incorporating Dietary Changes into your Health Journey26:26 Releasing Suppressed Emotions for Holistic Health39:10 Finding Your Strong Reasons for Living49:37 10 lifestyle factors identified in the radical remission researchShow Links:Link to Karla Mans Giroux's websites: www.healthnavs.com to book coaching or attend an eventwww.RadicalRemission.com for the Healing Story databasehttps://cancerevolution.events/Contact me at: Karla@HealthNavs.comFollow Ketones and Coffee PodcastCall to action for listeners: Follow ketones and Coffee Podcast on Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/keton.esncoffee ), Youtube ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsZZmBEenvZnU8tA1npAODA ), and Lorenz ( https://www.instagram.com/ketocoachlorenz ) for updates and new episodes.~~~~~~Estrella by Audiorezout is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.~~~~~~ Go to ketocoachlorenz.com and use the contact form to get your Free Consultation!Support the show
"I have been at the inception points of three companies-Intuit, Netflix and Mozilla Firefox. And now I'm just trying to give back as many lessons as possible” Jim Cook Jim Cook shares his front row experience as first finance hire at streaming giant Netflix. He reveals the finance business partnering lessons learned from supporting fellow co-founders Marc Randolph and Reed Hastings building the company from obscurity to one of the biggest brands in the world. How did finance at Netflix contribute to the design of the first red envelopes? What are his lessons that can transform your FP&A? In this episode: Coping with unrealistic budgets experience at fast-growing startups What it's like as Finance Hire #1 at Netflix Rebirthing the browser market at Mozilla Firefox Lessons from M&A and IPO at Intuit Lessons to deliver blockbuster FP&A The FP&A as CEO The power of a “listening tour and finance partnership” Using your voice in FP&A What storytelling really means for a finance professional Two strategic finance moments that changed the game for Intuit and Mozilla Links from the Show Netflixed by Gina Keating (Amazon) That Will Never Work, Mark Randolph (Amazon) Netflix versus the World. (Full Documentary, YouTube) Five lessons I learned from Netflix – Jim Cook Contact Jim Cook on LinkedIn Email jimCook@benchboard.com
You are powerful because God is powerful, and His Spirit resides in you as you are a Christian Woman. However, life, hurt, pain, disappointment, insecurity, and other things can get in the way of you feeling and living in that power on a daily basis. If you know that you want to change, improve your life, get unstuck, and break free from the things that hold you back so that you can go from merely surviving to thriving in your personal life, mindset, emotions, self-care, parenting, and spiritual growth and service to God and others, what is stopping you? Today's episode shares 5 Reasons You May Not Be Ready to Take Action Toward Your Goals. Listen in. Registrations are Open Now! To join the Empowerment Oasis Coaching Program or get a free consult session to see if it is for you, follow the link below. michellecroyle | Instagram, Facebook | Linktree
Jock Brocas, Author, Publisher, Researcher and Evidential Medium discusses the topic of grief and its impact on individuals and society. Jock shares his personal experience with grief and emphasizes the importance of integrating it into our lives rather than trying to recover from it. He explains there is a societal fear and discomfort surrounding grief and how it affects our ability to support those who are grieving. Jock offers insights on empathy versus sympathy and encourages engaging with those who are grieving. He also discusses the transformative power of grief and the importance of leaders in the automotive industry supporting their team members who may be grieving. Jock shares his simple model for coping with grief and emphasizes the power of choice. It's our hope that this conversation will inspire you to approach grief with empathy, understanding, and acceptance. Jock Brocas, Author, Publisher, Researcher and Evidential Medium. jockbrocas.com Show Notes Watch Full Video Grief as a Journey (00:04:03) Jock talks about the different aspects of grief and how it affects various areas of life, including work and relationships. Grief as Integration (00:05:52) Jock explains that grief is not something to recover from, but rather something to integrate into our lives as a natural aspect of life. Engaging with Grief (00:06:07) Jock discusses the importance of engaging with those who have experienced loss, asking them to share stories and memories of their loved ones instead of offering empty platitudes. Fear and societal expectations surrounding grief (00:08:40) How fear and societal expectations contribute to the discomfort and avoidance of discussing grief. The need to include and support those who are grieving (00:11:11) The importance of including and supporting individuals who are grieving, rather than disconnecting from them out of fear. Finding Purpose in Grief (00:18:09) Exploration of how grief can become a transformative experience, leading to the discovery of purpose and a desire to serve others. Traumatic Grief and its Impact (00:23:03) Explanation of different forms of grief, including traumatic grief, and how it can be a result of experiencing a shocking or inexplicable loss. The Traumatic Grief Experience (00:25:28) Discussion on the personal experience of traumatic grief and the long-term effects it can have. The Impact of Grief on Leadership (00:26:21) Exploring how leaders in the automotive industry who are grieving can make wrong decisions and negatively affect the company and its employees. Tips for Coping with Grief (00:29:28) Advice on expressing grief, keeping the relationship with the loved one alive, and making the choice to continue living and transforming one's life. Beliefs and living in the present (00:34:23) Exploration of the importance of allowing beliefs to change and living in the present moment. Cultivating personal growth (00:34:41) Metaphorical explanation of how Jock sees himself as a gardener, planting seeds of personal growth and leaving it up to individuals to cultivate their own growth. Thanks to our Partner, NAPA Auto Care Learn more about NAPA Auto Care and the benefits of being part of the NAPA family by visiting https://www.napaonline.com/en/auto-care
Navigating Difficult Conversations: Communicating Honestly in Relationships Being assertive with medical providers can be hard; does one disclose an autism diagnosis? I discuss the importance of vulnerability, as well as the challenges of transparency and balancing honesty and privacy. My birthday came with expectations and disappointments, and some unexpected healing. I explore the challenges of talking about personal experiences without hurting or offending others, and I discuss the importance of self-regulation, and using fidgets in public. HIGHLIGHTS 1. Navigating medical gaslighting and asserting oneself in medical situations. 2. It talks about the challenges of managing expectations and coping with disappointment. 3. Heartwarming messages from loved ones on a birthday are shared. 4. The importance of vulnerability and finding one's voice in groups is discussed. 5. The challenges of transparency and balancing honesty and privacy are explored. 6. Coping with rejection and overcoming feelings of unworthiness are shared. 7. The importance of self-care and prioritizing one's mental health is discussed. 8. Navigating difficult conversations and communicating effectively in relationships is explored. 9. Experiences with neurodivergence and having high expectations are shared. 10.The challenges of holding things more lightly and moving with things are discussed. 11.Experiences with medication and the decision not to take it are shared. 12.The challenges of talking about personal experiences without hurting or offending others are discussed. 13.Experiences with group dynamics and navigating relationships are shared. 14.The challenges of feeling excluded and not belonging in groups are discussed. 15.The importance of finding one's identity and belonging is explored. 16.Coping with disappointment and managing expectations are discussed. 17.The importance of self-reflection and learning from mistakes is explored. 18.The challenges of navigating relationships and communicating effectively are discussed. PODCAST HOST Patricia was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, but is now exclusively providing coaching. She knows what it's like to feel like an outcast, misfit, and truthteller. Learning about the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), then learning she is neurodivergent helped Patricia rewrite her history with a deeper understanding, appreciation, and a sense of self-compassion. She created the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive to help other neurodivergent folks know that they aren't alone, and that having a brain that is wired differently comes with amazing gifts, and some challenges. Patricia works online globally working individually with people, and she teaches Online Courses for HSPs that focus on understanding what it means to be an HSP, self-care, self-compassion, boundaries, perfectionism, mindfulness, communication, and creating a lifestyle that honors you LINKS HSP Online Course--https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/hsp-online-groups/ Online HSP Course Materials (no group included) https://patriciayounglcsw.com/product-category/hsp-classes/ Receive the top 10 most downloaded episodes of the podcast-- https://www.subscribepage.com/e6z6e6 Sign up for the Newsletter-- https://www.subscribepage.com/y0l7d4 To write a review in itunes: click on this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/unapologetically-sensitive/id1440433481?mt=2 select “listen on Apple Podcasts” chose “open in itunes” choose “ratings and reviews” click to rate the number of starts click “write a review” Website--www.unapologeticallysensitive.com Facebook-- https://www.facebook.com/Unapologetically-Sensitive-2296688923985657/ Closed/Private Facebook group Unapologetically Sensitive-- https://www.facebook.com/groups/2099705880047619/ Instagram-- https://www.instagram.com/unapologeticallysensitive/ Youtube-- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOE6fodj7RBdO3Iw0NrAllg/videos?view_as=subscriber Tik Tok--https://www.tiktok.com/@unapologeticallysensitiv e-mail-- firstname.lastname@example.org Show hashtag--#unapologeticallysensitive Music-- Gravel Dance by Andy Robinson www.andyrobinson.com
In this episode of "Coping," Kevin and Kathy delve into the concept of labeling emotions productively and destructively in the context of grief. They introduce a helpful tool, the Feelings Wheel, to aid in identifying and expressing emotions, which can help you to explore and acknowledge feelings related to grief. Kathy: Welcome back for another episode of “Coping”. Kevin: Last episode, we talked about ways we can begin to get our grief out, and we talked about the method of linking, linking our losses and the way that our brain naturally does that. Kathy: Yes, if you recall, we discussed the benefits of linking as well as externalizing our inward grief. And in this episode, we're gonna talk about another way we can begin to get the grief out. Kevin: Recently, we purchased a gift for our daughter and that gift is a label maker. She's become so preoccupied with this label maker, assigning all the different things in her room, especially her desk area, making sure everything in her room is neat and tidy, and she knows exactly where it is because of these labels that she's making. So in today's episode, we're gonna discuss this idea of labeling and see how it relates to our grief. Let's get started. Kathy: Yes, so when we were thinking about ideas for our daughter's birthday, she had come across a vintage label maker at her work, and then became very interested in an idea of having one herself. So that's what she's been doing since she's gotten it, making labels and labeling everything like around her room and all of that. Kevin: That's right. And you may be like our daughter obsessed with cleaning and organizing and even own a label maker yourself. I guess the question really is, "how does labeling relate to our grief?" Well, let's start with the definition of labeling. Kevin: Labeling is the simple act of noticing and naming something. I'll say that again. Labeling is the simple act of noticing and naming something. So for example, our daughter, she labels a bunch of things in her office. Like what? What do you see her labeling? Kathy: So she's labeling boxes and just items so that she knows what's in different things and then creating labels for all of us to put on our things as well. Kevin: Exactly. So the label maker is making it easy for her to know at a glance where something is. She knows what it is. She can notice it, name it and grab it right away. Kathy: Right, exactly. I have a question for you. Do you think labeling is always helpful? Kevin: You know, when it comes down to it, I think there's really two types of labeling. First, there's this productive labeling, which we'll call "naming", where you're naming something. This is pretty common in talk therapy where you're encouraged to name the emotions that you're having by noticing them and naming them and helps you get some. control back over those emotions perhaps, but there's also a destructive labeling and we'll call that "shaming." Kevin: So the biggest difference between naming and shaming is its effect on us and how we're using what we're labeling. So destructive labeling or shaming, Webster's dictionary says it's "assigning something to a category, especially inaccurately or restrictively." So this kind of labeling leads to prejudice and marginalization of entire groups of people, where we're using the labeling as a way to marginalize people. This is really like the root of racism, sexism, any anti-LGBTQIA views. It's really at its core, naming something or a people group as a way to shame and to "other" them. This shaming as it relates to grief is called grief shaming. Kevin: Grief shaming is the act of blaming, minimizing, or judging one's expression of grief. And this is pretty common in society. We've all heard this or experienced this in some way, but let's take some time to break it down a little bit. Kathy: I know we've all experienced some of these moments and phrases of grief shaming. Some of them sound like, "well, you weren't even married." "I thought you'd be over it by now." "Miscarriages happen all the time" and "you're still wearing your wedding ring." "Why are you so upset? You didn't even get along with your mom." Or simply grief shaming of silent treatment when a statement is made and there's dead silence. Kevin: What you can see from these phrases, not only does somebody who's grieving have the difficulty of the loss and the grief experience, they also have on top of that the negative experiences of others' negativity and comments or distance that can build their experience of shame and grief being harder than just the actual experience itself. Kathy: Right. Kevin: What I think it's also important to name here is that grief -shaming can also be initiated by us, that we shame ourself in the midst of our own grief, that we judge and blame and criticize ourselves for our experience of grief. Now, self -shaming is the act of blaming, minimizing, or judging one's self -expression of grief. So, you can take those same phrases that somebody's directing at you externally, and you can externalize those things and say things like, "why do I still feel this way?" "I just need to move on. We weren't even that close. Why am I sad that they're gone? Wait, am I sad enough?" Or "others had it way worse than me." My grief is nothing in comparison to what they've been through. Kevin: That type of labeling, it can be unproductive and really stunt your healing experience. You're placing this judgment and criticism on it, which really can stunt it and prevent it from being processed, as we've discussed in other episodes. Kathy: Yeah, both seem to be a cutoff, a cutting off of either you're being cut off by someone or you're cutting yourself off, not allowing yourself to process or have the feelings. You're not giving, there's no permission. Kevin: Yeah, it leads to unresolved grief symptoms in the body, in the mind, the heart, and the spirit. Kathy: Right. So when it comes to loss, what's the other side of this? What does productive labeling look like? Kevin: So one way we can productively label is by naming our feelings. Like I said before, naming feelings is something that we learn in therapeutic relationships where we're called to notice how we're feeling, how something made us feel, reflect on it, and name the emotion attached to it. Kevin: This term in psychology is referred to as affect labeling. In other words, putting feelings into words. Studies have shown that affect labeling reduces activity in our brain's amygdala. That's the part of the brain that has that fight or flight response. It really helps lessen the intensity of any experience, especially as it relates to grief. There's this one psychologist, Dr. Matthew Lieberman. He's a professor, but also an author of a book called, "Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect". Kevin: He says, “putting negative feelings into words can help regulate negative experiences. In other words, naming our feelings won't put the brakes on that emotion, but will help us get into the driver's seat of the experience.” I love that quote. So good. Kathy: It's very helpful. But I know as an introvert that I always have a hard time naming my feelings. So that all sounds excellent, but for most of us, I think that we don't know how to access that tool of naming our feelings. Do you have any tools or strategies? Kevin: Yeah, I think that's a good point. I think whether you're introverted and you're not really sure what you're feeling, because the emotions are so intense. For extroverts like I am, sometimes you're feeling so many different things you can't quite pin down one feeling. You feel like you're feeling all of the feelings all at once. And so in our workshops we have used a tool called a Feelings Wheel. It's been such a helpful tool for us in our own individual lives, but also in the times that we've taught on the Feelings Wheel to help you articulate the specific emotion that you're having and then describe for yourself how you're feeling, but then also use that language to connect with other people to name how you're feeling. Kathy: Yeah, this Feelings Wheel is fantastic. It really helps. You go from that -- you start in the center and it will give you some main feelings and then you can work your way outward to identify more specifically what you're feeling and it really helps to name what we're talking about today, the feelings. Kevin: Yeah, exactly. And we've found this to be so helpful in our workshops. We want it to be a resource for all of you. So we're gonna put a link in the notes of the podcast so that you can get to it pretty easily but you can also just Google Feelings Wheel and I hope that it can be as useful of a resource to you as it has been for us. Kathy: Yeah, that would be excellent. Kevin: Yeah. All right, so let me just give a summary of what we talked about so far: When we notice and name our feelings, we connect our head, our thinking selves with our heart, our feeling selves. And this language, the naming of our feelings, the productive labeling, gives us language that allows us to articulate our experience to ourselves, but also to others. But most importantly, it gives us language to affirm the experience that we're having. When we can see the words on the page that describe exactly how we're feeling, it can be a very affirming experience. Kathy: Thanks, Kevin. This is super helpful. So to end this episode, we wanted to give you some time right now to think through your feelings as related to your grief. So would you pause with me a moment? Take a few moments to pause. Kathy: And I want you to narrow in on one particular loss for this exercise. Which loss is most prominent for you right now? in your life. I want you to begin to think now how it makes you feel. Why is the loss so heavy for you? Does the loss make you feel sad, angry, fearful? Sit with your loss for a moment and think about the main feelings that arise for you. you It's okay to have more than one feeling as you think on this loss. Kathy: Finally, give yourself permission to sit with the loss and the feelings that come up for you. you. If you need extra support and help with this process, feel free to reach out to us at Be Well, and most of all know that you're not alone. Thanks so much for joining us for this conversation, and whatever you may be coping with today, blessings to you.
In this episode of Real Men, Real Conversations, Jimmy takes the mic to talk about pornography. There's a lot of shame and guilt around porn and that causes people to veer away from those conversations. Listen in to learn what pornography is and what it isn't so you can take the steps to become the best version of you.
@taylorawelch discusses the conflict between potential and control with his good friend, Keith Yackey on the Married Game podcast. He reflects on areas of his life that he cannot control and how it creates an open loop. Taylor also introduces his son, Harrison, and shares the story behind his name. IF you enjoyed the show please leave us a review to help push this message to more listeners around the world!Please visit Taylorawelch.com to access all of Taylor's socials and content Text Taylor: 615-326-5037Chapters: (02:19) Keeping track of two.(03:10) Baby's impressive growth.(06:39) Wrestling with walking away.(09:14) Ups and downs mentally.(14:09) Systems vs personal failure.(17:25) The battle of commitment.(19:31) Controlling what you can.(23:58) Coping with fear of death.(26:30) Priorities and significant threat.(29:44) Mirror neurons and happiness.(32:14) Re-growing body parts from genetic tests.(37:19) Apathy.(39:11) Skipping levels and getting frustrated.(42:25) Propelled by wanting to keep up.(45:15) The Lie of Importance.(49:36) Obsession and desire in success.(53:44) People staying in the bottom 97%.(55:11) Mental gymnastics and improvement.(58:34) Blow up with consulting memos.
Themes: Toxic Masculinity, Challenging Gender Norms, Vulnerability, Weakness, Strength, Fatherhood, Brotherhood, Purpose, Belonging, Authenticity Summary: Our society has often perpetuated a narrow and rigid definition of masculinity, which can lead to harmful stereotypes and expectations for men. However, a growing movement of men is actively debunking these traditional notions, recognizing that true strength lies in authenticity and emotional openness. In this episode, I jam with my good buddies Stefanos, Connor, and Dan about masculinity. We share about our experiences as men growing up and in relationships, share revealing statistics about men today, explore male vulnerability and emotional authenticity, speak about our experiences in fatherhood, the impact of all of what men experience on their relationships and personal growth, and so much more. This is a jam-packed episode so sit back, grab a snack, and let's explore the multifaceted world of modern masculinity! Discover: The journey to redefining masculinity and embracing vulnerability How opening up and sharing your struggles can help you connect with others on a deeper level Using your vulnerability as strength and your voids as values Debunking gender norms on masculinity and how that leads to toxic masculinity 00:00 Intro 02:16 Where are all the good men? 11:39 Toxic masculinity 14:48 Coping from the lack of a masculine role model 19:10 Isolation and men being providers and protectors 24:38 Vulnerability in men 29:06 Feedback in relationships 42:10 Connection with perfectionism 46:25 The pressure on men to provide 52:16 Journey to becoming a father 1:07:50 The influence of role models 1:23:54 Biological and cultural factors in defining masculinity 1:30:04 Identity and morality 1:34:35 The best thing a man can do Links: Stefanos Sifandos: Website: http://coachwithstef.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StefanosSifandos Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stefanossifandos Instagram @stefanossifandos: https://www.instagram.com/stefanossifandos/ TikTok @stefanossifandos: https://www.tiktok.com/@stefanossifandos?lang=en Connor Beaton: Men's Work book: https://mantalks.com/book Connor's Website: https://connorbeaton.com/ ManTalks Website: https://mantalks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mantalks/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2exoyYcKLknC5IWiwdAihQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManTalks.ca/ Dan Harrison: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedanharrison/ Website: https://www.soulfulsalescompany.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soulfulsalesco Sponsors: Hatch Restore 2 | Go to hatch.co/markgroves to get $20 off and free shipping Organifi | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% off sitewide at organifi.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! Today, we're excited to welcome Ryan Zajic – a senior legal content developer at UWorld and a licensed attorney in the state of Nebraska, and Dr. Janani Krishnaswami – a certified physician in preventative medicine, internal medicine, and lifestyle. We're talking about the very important topic of mental health for law students and those studying for the bar exam, and in the legal field in general. Thanks to Themis Bar Review, the gold standard in bar exam preparation, for sponsoring this episode! In this episode, we discuss: How our guests got involved in the bar prep world What the results from The 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being show What are the primary challenges that students face while studying for the bar? Coping mechanisms you could try if you find yourself struggling during bar prep How Themis and UWorld have developed their programs with mental health and success in mind What our guests would do differently if they had to take difficult exams at this time in their life Resources: Themis Bar Review (https://www.themisbar.com/) UWorld (https://www.uworld.com/) UWorld Legal (https://legal.uworld.com) The 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being (https://thebarexaminer.ncbex.org/article/summer-2022/2021-survey-of-law-student-well-being/) Podcast Episode 57: Using Mindfulness Techniques in Your Bar Exam Preparation (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-57-using-mindfulness-techniques-in-your-bar-exam-preparation/) Podcast Episode 211: Building New Habits While Studying for the Bar Exam (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-211-building-new-habits-while-studying-for-the-bar-exam/) The Power of a Positive Mindset (https://barexamtoolbox.com/the-power-of-a-positive-mindset/) Why Being on Top of Mental Health Is So Important When Studying for the Bar (https://barexamtoolbox.com/why-being-on-top-of-mental-health-is-so-important-when-studying-for-the-bar/) How to Proactively Develop Good Mental Health Habits During Bar Prep (https://barexamtoolbox.com/how-to-proactively-develop-good-mental-health-habits-during-bar-prep/) Getting Mentally Ready: Let Go, Relax, and Get Out of Your Own Way (https://barexamtoolbox.com/getting-mentally-ready-let-go-relax-and-get-out-of-your-own-way/) Download the Transcript (https://barexamtoolbox.com/episode-231-sustaining-mental-health-during-bar-study-and-beyond/) If you enjoy the podcast, we'd love a nice review and/or rating on Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-pass-bar-exam-less-stress/id1370651486) or your favorite listening app. And feel free to reach out to us directly. You can always reach us via the contact form on the Bar Exam Toolbox website (https://barexamtoolbox.com/contact-us/). Finally, if you don't want to miss anything, you can sign up for podcast updates (https://barexamtoolbox.com/get-bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-updates/)! Thanks for listening! Alison & Lee
“For me, brave is a constant self-reinvention. Brave is surrendering…having the courage to surrender and look at the truth.” – Colette Baron-Reid Meet the fabulous Colette Baron-Reid, the superstar spiritual intuitive, author extraordinaire, and the genius behind those oh-so-amazing oracle card decks that we all know and love. We're diving headfirst into Colette's mind-blowing journey – from tackling those pesky addiction demons to embracing the cosmic dance of spirituality, creativity, and transformation. Hold onto your sparkly hats because Colette spills the cosmic tea on personal growth (heck, yeah!), the mind-blowing importance of tuning into your inner GPS, dancing through life's challenges, and how your artsy mojo can zap healing vibes into every nook and cranny of your wild, wonderful life. In this episode, we talk about… Inheriting survival trauma in the womb from ancestors who were Holocaust survivors. Coping with the the trauma of sexual violence through life-threatening drug addiction. Focusing on potential and creativity to address disconnection from spirit and suffering. Understanding manifestation beyond material acquisitions and the importance of self-actualization. Colette Baron-Reid (she/her) is a bestselling author, internationally acclaimed Oracle expert, spiritual intuitive, personal transformation thought leader, business strategist, artist, and educator. She is the founder of The Oracle School Experience®, OraclePalooza® and the DreamQuest Platinum Mastermind and a member of the Transformational Leadership Council. She is also the host of “INSIDE THE WOONIVERSE”, a weekly podcast series which features her in authentic, intelligent and playful conversation with some of the world's most interesting sages, scientists and celebrities. With her infectious laugh and warm and intelligent personality, Colette's conversations are inviting, hilarious and always thought-provoking. Author of 15 best-selling Oracle card decks, with over a million sold worldwide and 7 books published in 27 languages, Colette's greatest joy is teaching people they can have a direct and personal dialogue with the Universe to help them create their most fulfilling lives. Connect with Collete: Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube. Listen to her interview with Neeta on the Inside the Wooniverse podcast. Get FREE access to “Get on Your Bird” Meditation for Releasing Anxiety & Stress. Purchase her most popular oracle deck for divination, Wisdom of the Oracle. Visit colettebaronreid.com to join her newsletter or learn about her membership. If you loved this episode… Listen to Episode 154: From Crisis to Creation: Surviving Near-Death, Embracing Motherhood & Braving Entrepreneurship with Amber Lilyestrom. Apple | Spotify Follow it up with Episode 84: How To Find the Magic in the Messy Moments and How To Fly Forward Past the Challenges With Dr. Neeta Bhushan. Apple | Spotify Episode 69: The Mind-Body Connection, and Examining Trauma Through the Energetic Body with Ashley Turner might be for you. Apple | Spotify Discussion Question: What do you need to let go of to fulfill your talents, reach your potential, and manifest the life of your dreams? Join the conversation on Instagram @thebravetable! Hey loves! Take just 2 minutes and find what YOUR emotional type is by taking my FREE quiz here → theemotionalreset.com/quiz For a weekly dose of my hacks, tools, & tips to emotionally reset, join my 27,000 newsletter here at → yourweeklyreset.com If the only thing you do today is head over to iTunes, we would love your support in allowing us to expand and GROW! Please consider taking just 5 mins to write us a 5 -star review. It would mean the world, and allows us to get even bigger guests. When you do, please send a screenshot of your juicy 5-star review to email@example.com and we'll send you a FREE GIFT of my 12-month self- care calendar.
Hey filmmakers podcast family, we have on two amazing guests in director and writer Ian Puleston-Davies and returning legend Terri Dwyer to talk making Bolans Shoes which in is UK cinemas now! They sit down at the Everyman cinemas in London the night after their premiere to discuss making the film with Giles Alderson and guest host Nina Kristofferson! They also discuss: Working with your friends, why we make films, the fear we possess and imposter syndrome. As a debut director why it's important to work with experienced crew and why it is okay to ask for help. Dealing with reviews and winning awards. Coping with issues on set and having a back bone. Believing in yourself as a filmmaker and why being a dictator is the worst trait. BOLAN'S SHOES in OUT NOW in UK CINEMAS - link to where you can watch. https://www.buffalodragon.co.uk/theatricalrelease/ TRAILER for BOLANS SHOES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DI9QzAloico DISCUSSED ON THE POD Nina Kristofferson sings Billie Holiday link https://www.nkproductions.co.uk/#tickets SAG Podcast https://thefilmmakerspodcast.com/business-of-film-iv-how-is-the-sag-strike-affecting-you-as-creatives-filmmakers-and-directors-more/ COURSES Want to learn how to finish your film? Take our POST PRODUCTION COURSE special OFFER only $33 for Septemeber https://cuttingroom.info/post-production-demystified/ SUPPORT ‘SIGNS OF LIFE' Kickstarter Campaign from Joseph Millson https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/care-film/signs-of-life-0?ref=backertracker&utm_medium=web&utm_source=backerkit PATREON Big thank you to: Serena Gardner Mark Hammett Lee Hutchings Marli J Monroe Karen Newman Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on film-making? Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! SUPPORT THE PODCAST Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced, edited and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Marketing Huw Siddle Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Music supplied by – Music Bed Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Salisbury had a fairly accurate view of just what Britain could and couldn't do on its own, given the limitations on British power itself, but also the blocks caused by domestic political opposition . He equally had a clear notion of just what massive damage the new generations of weapons might do in a war in which both sides had them, essentially a war between great powers. Finally, he also understood that the point of empire wasn't sentiment, it was business. All this made him deeply suspicious of the Jingoist spirit of many who wanted to push Britain's imperial interests ever further forward. Instead, however much the Jingoes might criticise him for it, he preferred to concede to rivals in areas where he felt no vital interest was at stake. On the other hand, where such an interest was on the table, he was more than prepared to fight. He'd decided, in particular, that given his colleagues' fear of taking on Turkey, the best way to protect the Suez Canal, the vital link to India, was through Britain's control of Egypt. But Egypt depended on the Nile, and that river ran through Sudan. That's why, while Salisbury avoided war over West Africa, or over holdings grabbed by other powers in China, or with the US over the Guyana-Venezuela border dispute, he stood firm over Sudan and sent Kitchener in there to win his victory of Omdurman and then against the remaining Mahdist forces as he swept southwards. Control of the Nile Valley was a goal he felt Britain could achieve and which would be key to its imperial interests. So it was worth fighting for. Even, as we'll discover next week, when that brought him into conflict with a great power. Illustration: The main gate to the munitions depot in Quingdao, after the German occupation, in 1898. From the Bundesarchiv of the Federal Republic of Germany. Music: Bach Partita #2c by J Bu licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-No Derivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License.
In a world where suffering is inevitable, we seek to maximize pleasure and minimize pain. This mindset raises important questions about the role of faith in challenging times, echoing the story of Job. It underscores the need for a faith that remains relevant during suffering, offering hope and meaning in life's trials.Scripture: Job 1:1-22Sermon Preached by Chris Lewis on September 17, 2023.→ Check out more sermons
Nikki's BFF Taylor McGraw stops by the pod in her full "cashew" form. Nikki had a devastating experience in a Beverly Hills dressing room and makes sense of it with the support of her friends. Brian shares how he copes with self hate. After watching Monday Night Football with Chris, Nikki seems well on her way to being one of those overly excited sports fans screaming at the top of her lungs. In The Final Thought, Brian talks about how Aaron Rodger's injury put a damper on his trip to Dallas. . Subscribe to Big Money Players Diamond on Apple Podcasts to get this episode ad-free, and get exclusive bonus content: https://apple.co/nikkiglaserpodcast Watch this episode on our Youtube Channel: The Nikki Glaser Podcast Follow the pod on Instagram for bonus content: @NikkiGlaserPod Leave us your voicemail: Click Here To Record Nikki's Tour Dates: nikkiglaser.com/tour Anya's Patreon: patreon.com/anyamarina Brian's Animations: youtube.com/@BrianFrange More Nikki: IG More Anya: IG More Brian: IG More producer Noa: IGSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Coping with the stressful parts of life, and then Brian and Aubrey both have strong words for Christians who peddle in conspiracy theories: what you're doing is hurting your witness. And to end the week: a list of our Top 5 Fall Things that perfectly encapsulates each personality, and Good News from the week. Follow The Common Good on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Hosted by Aubrey Sampson and Brian From Produced by Laura Finch and Keith ConradSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Greenberg, ESPN, goes through his mental process watching Rodgers being carted off of the field during Monday Night Football. Mike said he is NEVER going here again, and if you saw where he watched MNF then you know exactly where this is. Has he bounced back at all? Is there something that would help make him feel better about this whole situation? How does he feel about Zach Wilson being their QB and his level of confidence? What’s the ceiling for Zach Wilson, in Greenberg’s opinion? Which QB does Greenberg think Coach Saleh should grab for this season? What’s another reason that NY Jets’ fan’s spirits couldn’t be any lower?
When a man struggles with pornography, identifying the root cause and the source of the urges and triggers is critical. Without knowing what's driving, the urges and the behavior, most solutions will fail. Unless you correctly diagnose the issue, you're flying blind when it comes to addressing it. In this episode, I share with you the two specific categories, from which urges and triggers stem. Tune in as I share:
Amanda didn't get the emotional support she needed growing up or for decades into adulthood. In fact, she was treated as if she was the source of her problems. In her twenties she became bulimic. In her thirties she estranged herself from her family and has been feeling better ever since. What does it take to turn your life around to being one that works for you, regardless of whether others approve? How can you start seeing relationship toxicity and responding differently when it's all you've known and haven't been able to see it for what it is? Find out why blood isn't thicker than water and how sometimes the best choice is to cut yourself off from those who continue to hurt you. Bio My journey to becoming a personal growth coach started with my own struggles. Throughout my teenage and adult years I went through multiple toxic and dysfunctional relationships. Now I'm a self-professed practitioner of self-care! A BABE—Balanced, Authentic, Babe, Extraordinaire. Today my life is like 31 flavors of Baskin Robbins ice cream. The younger version of me was obsessed with reading books and watching movies about the guilty—I wanted to be a criminal prosecutor/crown attorney (depending on what country you're living in). I didn't have the grades for it so I got into real estate development for the next 25 years. Now, I'm a personal growth coach, yoga junkie, girlfriend, shopping-fiend to rival Julia Roberts, obsessive dog lover, and a secret demo/reno expert. After years of therapy and self-exploration, I discovered something called Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). This tool helped me reprogram my subconscious mind, release negative emotions and thought patterns, and heal emotional wounds I didn't know I had that had been caused by my past experiences. Then I realized that my lived experience, both personal and professional, could help others. I bet you're wondering great, but what qualifies this “BABE” to be a coach? I have a BA in Social Science from the University of Western Ontario. I'm a certified Avalon Empowerment Trauma Aware Transformational Coach and Master Practitioner in Evolved NLP, Quantum Time Release, Quantum Change Process and Hypnotherapy. I've completed a course in social impact awareness and am currently working toward certification in Quantum Change Process Level 2. If you've never tried coaching before…it can change everything in a matter of months. In my own journey, I've experienced more physical and mental shifts than in more than 20 years of traditional talk therapy. I share my experience and training with others struggling with toxic and dysfunctional relationships, working with women (and some men), helping them start living their best lives by their rules and on their terms. My clients learn to take responsibility for their lives and all of their relationships. They learn how to set boundaries, say heck “no”, and communicate effectively. They learn to understand where their subconscious patterns and behavior came from and use new tools to positively change their lives. Guest Info. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=626876186 https://www.instagram.com/amandakirklandcoach/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-kirkland-ab81736/ Julie's Info. Julie@courage-ignite.com https://www.courage-ignite.com/ https://linkedin.com/in/julie-browne-courage-ignite https://www.instagram.com/juliebrownecourageignite/ https://facebook.com/juliebrownecourageignite Podcast — Bold Becoming Book — Masters of Change—if you're not already on my mailing list, sign up here so you'll get the email when Masters of Change is available for purchase. Music — Happy African Village by John Bartmann --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/julie-browne/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/julie-browne/support
In today's episode I talk about the 4 year anniversary of my fathers passing 9/14/2019. I always say grief is weird, hard to explain but those who understand know the feeling of loss. A feeling like someone special is missing the party and we are secretly hoping they walk through the door but subconsciously know that won't ever happen. Tea With D began because I needed a space to escape and express my emotions through a creative outlet. I rewind time and go back to that fateful day I received a call that would change the course of my life forever. The days leading up to the passing and the state of mind I was in. With a new perceptive 4 years later, a lot can change. From the day he left this earth and how I've coped ever since. I touch on things that are rarely discussed in society in terms of death/loss. In the hopes that someone grieving can relate and not feel as alone. My hope is to remind people that everyone is going through something they don't talk about, so be kind not only to others but yourself. Thank you Tealovers, your support and love means more to me then you will ever know!Interested in following my curated life where I post my adventures?!Instagram: diane.christine.ocanto
Episode 272: The Snobs rant, rave, mention in passing and briefly discuss these things: Gaby is reading "Outsmart Your Anxious Brain: 10 Simple Ways to Beat the Worry Trick" by David A. Carbonell, Gaby's early anxious/embarrassing experiences, medications for anxiety and depression, John Wax and Wayne, Enrique's small hands, the first time Gaby got mad at Enrique, to discuss or not discuss real problems on a "board game" podcast and more. Enjoy!! To Join Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bgsnobs For merch: https://sirmeeple.com/collections/board-game-snobs For questions, comments or general adulation: Send voice memos to firstname.lastname@example.org Special thanks to Ben Maddox for the intro and outro. Check him out for further podcasting goodness at https://fivegamesfordoomsday.com/ and his fantastic YouTube videos for Dice Tower, "Design Notes" at The Dice Tower's Design Notes with Ben Maddox
Biting is a common behavior observed in infants, toddlers, and 2-year-olds. However, the reassuring news is that as children develop self-control, acquire problem-solving skills, and they typically outgrow this behavior. While biting incidents can be distressing for everyone involved, it's essential to approach them with patience and understanding. In this episode, we'll explore the reasons behind this behavior, how to manage it effectively and provide you with valuable insights to navigate this aspect of child development confidently. Topics Discussed: Biting as a typical behavior Why do children bite? Outgrowing biting behavior Coping strategies for parents and caregivers Seeking professional help Click here for the full show notes. Check out all the parenting goodness at Nurtured Noggins - free resources, blogs and videos that answer your biggest questions about parenting. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ann-mckitrick/support
When Clint Hatton's son died in an airplane crash, he needed to deal with overwhelming grief and pain. His story gives key insights on what to do when life punches you in the gut. Clint is a pastor, global influencer, speaker, transformational coach, and the author of "Big, Bold, Brave - How to live courageously in a risky world." You can reach Clint at his website bigboldbrave.us.Some of the highlights Clint shares:Turning to alcohol at age 12 to cope with early childhood trauma (father's affair, mother's alcoholism and multiple suicide attempts & injury that ended a sports career) Addiction to alcohol and meth Example of friends who turned to God to help cope with problemsBecoming a pastor and turning his life to GodNew trials as his wife has a miscarriage, two premature births, etc.The agony of learning that his teenage son died in an airplane crashDealing with questions like: What do we do now? Why me? Why would God do this to us when we're trying to be good? What do you do with the pain? How do we break the news to the other children? How do we help our children deal with the grief and pain when we're also dealing with grief and pain?Practical advice for coping and grievingThe power of allowing yourself and others feel their feelings (don't suppress or deny)Making the choice to live life fullyHow to overcome fear and live big, bold, and braveAnd morePlease share, subscribe, leave a rating and review, visit the Linda's Corner website at lindascornerpodcast.com and/or follow on youtube, facebook, instagram, and pinterest @lindascornerpodcast. Thanks!Also please visit the Hope for Healing website at hopeforhealingfoundation.org for free resources to increase happiness, build confidence and self esteem, improve relationships, manage stress, and calm feelings of depression and anxiety.
As we continue to observe our thought patterns we recognize their importance in creating our personal reality. Join us as we experience opening up to present moment awareness and discover how our thinking seems to have a life of its own.
This episode is sponsored by KyurMD– technically advanced medical apparel. In this episode, Dr. Dimitrios Tsatiris and Bradley discuss the relationship between anxiety and high achievement, especially within the medical profession. They explore the physical and psychological aspects of anxiety, highlighting the importance of self-awareness and communication with loved ones in managing anxiety. Dr. Tsatiris shares practical coping mechanisms, including body scanning, deep breathing, and cognitive strategies to address anxiety-related sleep issues. The conversation also touches on the significance of gratitude as a tool to counter anxiety and offers guidance for individuals facing specific anxiety triggers. Looking for something specific? Here you go! [00:01:00] Defining anxiety and its evolutionary roots [00:03:00] Modern anxieties vs. ancestral threats [00:05:00] High functioning anxiety and its impact [00:07:00] The importance of self-awareness [00:08:00] Addressing anxiety's subtle effects on daily life [00:10:00] Coping with anxiety as a physician and parent [00:12:00] Balancing work and family life [00:14:00] Coping mechanisms for anxiety, including body scanning [00:16:00] Cognitive exercises to manage nighttime anxiety [00:18:00] The role of gratitude in countering anxiety [00:20:00] Dealing with the fear of impending challenges [00:22:00] Validating anxiety related to genuine threats [00:24:00] Applying reason and logic to anxiety [00:26:00] Coping with physical vs. cognitive symptoms of anxiety About Dr. Dimitrios Tsatiris: Dimitrios Tsatiris, MD is a practicing board-certified psychiatrist specializing in the field of anxiety management. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of psychiatry at Northeast Ohio Medical University. He studies and writes about the interface of anxiety and achievement. His popular Psychology Today blog “Anxiety in High-Achievers” has been read by more than 500,000 readers. He is passionate about empowering people to break free from the shackles of anxiety and develop a healthy relationship with achievement. Through his work as a psychiatrist, writer and speaker, he seeks to fulfill this mission. His work has appeared in Psychology Today, Health.com, PsychCentral, NAMI, Thrive Global, KevinMD and the White Coat Investor, among other publications. He has spoken at CME conferences, academic institutions and society meetings. He has also given a TEDx talk on the subject titled “Why Success Won't Make You Happy.” Dr. Tsatiris graduated Summa Cum Laude from John Carroll University and obtained his medical degree from the University of Toledo. He completed his psychiatry residency training at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident. Upon graduation he received the American Psychiatric Association Resident Recognition Award. Dr. Tsatiris believes in the importance of psychotherapy for mental health treatment and has completed additional psychotherapy training at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center. Dr. Tsatiris enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children. He also keeps close ties with family in Greece and has fond memories from his childhood there. Learn more about Dr. Tsatiris on his website. Did ya know… You can also be a guest on our show? Please email me at email@example.com to connect or visit www.physiciansguidetodoctoring.com to learn more about the show! Socials: @physiciansguidetodoctoring on FB @physicianguidetodoctoring on YouTube @physiciansguide on Instagram and Twitter