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Welcome to Life Transformation Radio. In this episode, Janet, Lorin Zitting, and I discuss the dynamic of change and human emotions. So if you want to change the way you look at things, understand how our emotional body can affect our physical body, and with these emotional feelings, we can experience the pure essence of life and remember who we truly are, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change Our emotional body is very real and affects our physical body in a very real way. Our emotions are giving us feelings and experiencing the pure essence of life. Remember who you truly are About Janet and Lorin Zitting Janet maybe 5'1, but she is huge. She lives with her heart on her sleeve with a big spirit. She says it like it is, but is kind and loving. She comes from a religious background with 44 siblings. She left that religion about 9 years ago to follow her heart on what she truly desires. Lorin is a Mindset Mentor, Emotional translation+integration, Narrative Recognition+Transformation, Manifestational Awareness+diminishing Doubt, Soul-connection Romantic Relationships, and Deep-Work More Information Learn more about the Zitting's by visiting Janet: @Manifestmoremagic Lorin: @LorinZitting Thanks for Tuning In!
Are You and/or Your Teen Emotionally Healthy?It's unfortunate that when most people refer to "Emotional Health", they are actually referring to the lack of emotional health. I hear people saying things like, "They have some emotional health issues," or, "They are struggling with emotional health." But, who actually knows what emotional health is?When I ask teens, "What do you think Emotional Health is?" they usually tell me one of two things. Either, #1 "It means you're happy all of the time," or #2 "You struggle with depression and anxiety." The truth is, neither of these is an example of emotional health. I teach that Emotional health is the ability to experience ANY and ALL emotions and identify and process them.Notice how emotional health has nothing to do with being happy all of the time? Notice also, that emotional health doesn't rule out uncomfortable emotions like depression and anxiety? Emotional health means that you are capable of experiencing the whole range of emotions, from happy to sad, from excited to bored out of your mind. Being able to experience any and all emotions is the first step in being emotionally healthy. What Are Feelings and Emotions?Feelings and emotions are energy and vibrations within your body. They can be uncomfortable, but they cannot physically hurt you.Here are some examples of how we identify emotions in our bodies; “I've got butterflies in my stomach,” or “I'm having cold feet,” or “It took my breath away,” and, “I've got the weight of the world on my shoulders.”Emotions are simply energy in your body. Your emotions are created by your thoughts. Scary FeelingsSometimes it can be scary to experience feelings. Much of what we do as human beings is in an effort to avoid feelings that we don't want to feel, like embarrassment, shame, guilt, boredom, and sadness. The thing is, none of these feelings can actually physically hurt us. They're simply uncomfortable. Emotions Aren't As Scary As We FearLet's look back at our imagined scenario of creepy eyes in the woods. I live in Utah, so the chances of those eyes belonging to a tiger are pretty slim. I've never seen a bear up close in the wild, so this is pretty slim too. And, I've been told that dragons don't exist, so it's not going to be a dragon. It's way more likely to be a rabbit, a deer, or some other harmless animal. The same is true about scary feelings. It's never as bad as we fear. Developing Emotional Health for YOU and Your Teen!Today, it seems like everyone wants to improve their emotional health or their teen's emotional health. It's become kind of a buzzword. I want to share with you some simple things that YOU can do to improve your own emotional health and how this will impact your teen's emotional health. First of all, you have no control over your teen's emotional health, but you do influence their emotional health. So, if you want your teen to improve their emotional health, improve your own and trust that that will have a positive impact on their emotional health!Call to ACTION!Come join me in the Firmly Founded Parent Membership! The price is getting ready to go up, and we're making it better than ever!JOIN HERE!
Welcome to season five of The Shine Podcast. This season is going to be focused on leaders and topics related to how we continue to move through the challenges and the complexity that we are all navigating in our workplaces, our home life and the greater world. In today's episode, I will share what I know about the science on triggers, why they are caused, and where they're coming from. I am going to offer you a few helpful practices on how to calm emotional triggers that you can use in your life and share with others. My goal is to help you learn how to cultivate a strong inner game that will enable you to navigate triggers skillfully. The inner game rules the outer game, and the six qualities of the inner game that I've identified and highlighted in my new book really support one to navigate triggers skillfully, create healthy boundaries, and then have the brave exchanges so that the patterns that cause the trigger are minimized, and/or maybe even uprooted. SHINE Links: Leading from Wholeness Executive Coaching Leading from Wholeness Learning and Development Resources Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World by Carley Hauck Contact Carley Hauck Book Carley for speaking Sign up for the Podcast! Carley on LinkedIn Resources mentioned in this episode: “How to Deal With Anger at Work” by Carley Hauck The Imperfect Shownotes Carley Hauck 0:01 Hi, my name is Carley Hauck. Welcome to another episode of the SHINE podcast. This is the first interview of season five, which will total out 2021. And for those of you that are just joining, I'd love to give you a little backstory on the SHINE podcast and how it came to be. It started in May 2019, where I was finally sharing lots of interviews that I had previously conducted with incredible leaders as part of the research for my new book, which I spent almost five years writing and debuted this year, February 23 2021, Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World, my publisher is Sounds True. And I have been really delighted by the response of people to the book, but the podcast continues to go strong. And the podcast is really about the intersection of three things: conscious, inclusive leadership, the recipe for high performing teams and awareness practices. And I go into the science, the spiritual perspective, and then the actual application of this into your life. I will be facilitating two to three episodes a month. And before I tell you about our topic today, I'd love if you could go over to Apple podcasts, hit the subscribe button. And if you love this episode, or any previous episodes that you might want to tune into, if you could write a positive review, it helps so much. And it supports people to find this podcast. Thank you. This particular season is going to be focused on leaders and topics related to how we continue to move through the challenges and the complexity that we are all navigating in our workplaces, our home life and the greater world. We are in a spiritual and collective awakening, I am sure. And I hope that this podcast will be the light that will support you to shine your light. Our topic for today is how to calm emotional triggers at work and in life. And this is going to be by yours truly. Carley Hauck 3:10 Has this ever happened to you? Listen to some possibilities. You're at work. You had an experience where most of the day was off, maybe you woke up late. meetings were suddenly canceled, rescheduled but you were prepared. Other folks were expressing impatience, frustration, and communication processes were not easy. And you felt triggered. This might have happened at home. You could be navigating challenging children, you're working from home. They're at home too. Maybe you have a sick parent in your life, you're feeling under the weather yourself. Or perhaps you're navigating flash flooding, or smoking fires due to climate change. And it's throwing your inner calm and balance off. You feel triggered. What I'm speaking to is pretty normal. And especially in a highly complex and always changing workplace and world. We are all navigating so much right now. We have been and it's been highlighted in the last 18 or so months since the beginning of the pandemic. Many of our so-called freedoms have been taken away. We're still wearing masks in most public places. We've been more socially isolated than any other time. And as a result are being forced to be on technology more than ever to meet our social needs and to be high performing leaders at work or just folks at work. Being connected to screens and technology is not something that we should be on this many hours a day. Why? Because when we look at our hunter gatherer ancestors, they were living in community, living in deeper harmony with the land with their food systems. They were engaging in regular exercise, dance song, and expressive arts. Now we are a far cry from living like that. But our nervous systems aren't used to this much arousal. And what I mean by arousal is, when we are on our technology, our devices, these EMF that we're pretty much bombarded with all day long. Guess what it does to the body? It raises our blood pressure or heart rate, and therefore, our arousal, our nervous system response, and we may be perceiving things to be stressful when they actually are not. It is easier under the conditions we are living in to become more triggered, versus calm and responsive. Carley Hauck 6:21 And so in this episode, I will share what I know about the science on triggers, why they are caused, where they're coming from, and a few helpful practices that you can use in your life, and also share with others. I have been teaching and leading a certain practice around triggers for the last few years, and I have shared it with thousands of folks and leaders in reputable companies. It's also listed in chapter two of my book. And in fact, just about a week or so ago, I shared this particular practice on a training that I facilitated with leaders on increasing empathy and emotional intelligence with some amazing folks at Capital One. To tell you why I know a lot about triggers and why I developed this practice, I needed help with triggers. I needed help with my own triggers. And so this is where it began. I was dating a man, this was in 2017. We were in a relationship for a few months, and we were deepening into intimacy. And guess what, when intimacy happens, and the veils start to come down, you're going to trigger each other, there's going to be conflict, conflict is part of relationship, it's part of life. And if you're not having conflict in your relationships, then there's probably not a deeper connection. And conflict doesn't have to end the relationship. In fact, by having the relational skills to navigate it with care and wisdom, it can create more trust, more psychological safety, more intimacy, more connection, more collaboration, even more innovation. So back to this relationship experience, my partner was triggered. And he did and said some things that then created triggers in me. I am always up for staying in the midst of difficulty and staying in relationship and repairing. And, you know, trying to heal, that's just my orientation. I am a person that really values harmony. And it was a real struggle to do that in our relating. Because he would get triggered, he would go into avoidance, I would get triggered, and I would freeze. And then I wasn't able to do or say the things that would hopefully calm him down, calm myself down. And it was horrible to watch myself. And the relationship ended. And it was meant to end, we wouldn't have been good partners or people for each other. And I knew that shortly into the relationship but you know, it was only a few months you're figuring it out. Again, conflict is normal and it's normal at work, and it's definitely normal in dating. Conflicts and triggers will arise but it can actually be something that helps you to grow closer, if you have the skills like I'm going to share with you in this episode. Carley Hauck 10:09 So I developed this practice that I'm going to share with you in a couple minutes. Because I can only choose how I respond, I don't have control of the other. But in the moment that I feel scared, I feel triggered, I can choose how I want to respond if I have awareness and if I have the tools. And so shortly after I developed this practice, I wrote an article on this process. And the article is called “How to Deal With Anger at Work”. And it was with the digital magazine conscious company, which is now part of socap. In 2018, this was one of the top 20 articles read that year. I felt very proud of that and thought, wow, lots of people need help with triggers, so it felt really lovely to be able to be in service in that way. So what is a trigger? I've been saying this word a lot, a trigger is in current time, or a cue, or an event that re-stimulates sensations of the past trauma, it can be a word, it can be a verb. For example, a loud voice can be a trigger, a person's fear of being controlled or overpowered. That may have come from early childhood experiences. Additionally, another trigger could be a lack of response, you know, you reach out to someone, or you're trying to have a communication and there's no response. And that could actually create a trigger of abandonment or neglect, so to speak. And so in the midst of the pandemic, we are becoming more comfortable speaking about trauma, and you heard the definition that I spoke to it could be something that's happening in current time, a cue or an event that really stimulates sensations of the past trauma. So we are becoming more comfortable talking about trauma, talking about mental illness in the workplace, it has always been here. But due to the increased pressure, the social isolation I was talking about before, and the large challenges we were navigating at work and in the world. The symptoms that maybe we were suppressing, maybe we were covering with unhealthy coping mechanisms like alcohol or shopping, or who knows, that can only be pushed down so long before it starts to fester and come to the surface. Carley Hauck 13:02 And so I want to just preface that if you notice that you've been more triggered recently, in your life, this might be an important time to do some deeper inner work to go into, why is this happening more and more. Most of us have emotional healing to do. And that often affects what we are triggered by. And if we don't acknowledge what is causing the trigger, then those patterns continue and we won't be able to heal or navigate them with more skill. And I speak from experience here one I noticed myself, I've been more triggered recently, in the midst of the pandemic, I have been navigating some very uncertain and complex challenges, more so than normal. And I won't get into all of that. But just to just a preface. I am there with you if you're feeling this too. And prior to my work and leadership and organizational development consulting, I was going through a very rigorous training, thinking that I might want to be a full time therapist but I actually decided that I wanted to do coaching and consulting more and was already starting to do that. But along the way I I went through lots and lots of supervised hours. As a marriage and family therapist intern in the Bay Area of California I actually conducted over 3,000 supervised hours as I was learning how to be a therapist, but I was also working as a coach and getting supervision as a coach. I worked specifically for an entire year with men who had deep levels of PTSD and trauma who had been living in San Francisco's in the 80s, and had contracted HIV and AIDS. And so I bring that up because I have worked deeply with folks that are suffering from trauma. And I also worked with families and couples, and was watching the attachment trauma. Now I bring up attachment trauma, because it actually is related to triggers. So trauma can also have lasting effects in our nervous system in our bodies, if the traumatized person doesn't have an opportunity to process the event, to talk about the event, or be comforted by someone else, right after the event. So we can imagine if this is stemming from childhood, and we didn't have the words and we didn't feel safe to talk about it, and we didn't feel soothed by that experience, then we're probably still holding it. So these are all things to think about when we are thinking about triggers. And one of the things I also just wanted to preface here and I don't have any answer, before I move into this process is I have worked with a lot of companies and leaders in the last decades around reworks. And reworks, for the most part, are not done very skillfully. The communication I find very harsh, it's not caring, people will have been working at a company for 20 years, maybe 10 years, maybe eight years. And suddenly, they're laid off, they didn't see it coming. And the family at work that they've been a part of that they've been putting their life force, their energy, their love their service, and is no longer there. And there were many layoffs in 2020. That can be traumatic for folks. And I'd really love to invite workplaces and leaders that are listening, that let's create a different way of treating our people and caring for our people. When we tell them that it's time to go. No, there's this process that happens where when someone is getting laid off, they immediately don't have access to their computer or their files. And some people don't even get a chance to like, gather emails or documents. And I just don't think it's the most effective practice or process. So I don't have the solution. But my question is, can we design a more compassionate and caring communication process for those that are being asked to leave their current role or their workplace that is honoring and respectful. And I imagine I will have a podcast interview on that topic another day. Carley Hauck 18:10 But now I'd like to go into the next part of this interview, which is on how cultivating a strong inner game is going to enable you to navigate triggers skillfully. So the inner game is the body of work that I've been developing and teaching for over a decade with 1000s of folks, leadership positions, individual contributors, and students at Stanford University and UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. The inner game rules the outer game. And there are six qualities of the inner game that I've identified and that I highlight in my new book that I believe really support one to navigate triggers skillfully, create healthy boundaries, and then have the brave exchanges so that the patterns that cause the trigger are minimized, and maybe even extinguished. So I value leading with authenticity. So I'm going to share with you all, how I got triggered the other day, and then how I used the six inner game skills to help me come back into balance and have the brave exchange. So I had scheduled two interviews for Friday of last week, and I was prepared for them, and they were on my schedule, and I was looking forward to them. The first interview was canceled due to a really challenging scenario with this particular leader that I was going to be speaking to. This client leader actually shared with me that she needed to reschedule our interview because there was a threat at her child's school and she recognized that she needed some space before having a call she she wasn't actually in the right headspace and so she asked to reschedule and so I really appreciated her cell phone In his her communication, her, her ability to notice she was triggered, she was not in a good place to talk. And so I honored her. I said, of course, please take care of yourself. And yeah, just reschedule when it's good for you. So that was the first cancellation of the day, it was totally fine. And then next, I had a podcast interview that I had scheduled about a month ago with a friend and colleague of mine, and I was very excited to have the conversation. And I had sent the, you know, Google Calendar and the zoom link, and we had corresponded about it. And the time arrived, I was on zoom, I was waiting. And there was five minutes that had passed, and I didn't see the guests. So I, so I texted this person. And then I emailed, then there was no response. I waited another few minutes. And because I know this guest, personally, I called them, there was no response. I texted, I sent these Zoom links again. And now it's getting to be around 15 minutes. And I was like, Okay, I guess this isn't happening today. I don't know what happened. But in the moment, I felt confused. I noticed I felt frustrated, there was some impatience, there was disappointment. After about 25 minutes, there was still no response, there was no acknowledgement. And I wasn't too triggered. But I definitely noticed I was triggered. And I'm going to share with you a process very soon to help you understand how triggered you are. I accepted that there was some fluke, and I decided, you know what I'm triggered, I'm going to go take a break, I'm going to come back into balance, and I need a break. Anyway, I've been on my computer a lot today. So I noticed that in all these feelings that came up, that there was a need to be acknowledged, there was a need for greater respect, there was a need for efficiency so that my time had been honored. Carley Hauck 22:19 And I also noticed that there was a request from myself that if we were to reschedule, to do this podcast interview, again, that I would want to make sure that this person was available and capable of responding. You know, maybe 30 minutes before the interview, or even afterwards, just in case there was a technology glitch, or scheduling glitch, so that this didn't happen again. But the no acknowledgement after text after emails after, you know, a call, I thought that was really odd. And I would want to make sure that they were available, their phone was on, they knew, you know that they needed to be available, just in case anything happened so that we were in communication. So I'm going to break down the process that I went through, that corresponds to the inner game. So self awareness is the first of the six inner game skills. So again, I was aware that I felt triggered. How did I know this, I was aware of the sensations in my body. My heart rate was higher, my blood pressure, I noticed I felt irritation, I was aware of some of the feelings that I already named. Emotional intelligence is a second inner game skill. And that comprises four dimensions- self awareness, which I already spoke to self regulation, which is this ability to regulate one's nervous system. So I noticed I was feeling triggered, I needed to take some deep breaths, I needed to take a break and shake it off, so to speak. Social awareness is another component of emotional intelligence, and then relationship mastery to our parts of the inner game, and to our parts of the outer game, which you'll see show up when I go into the conversation that I want to have. And so again, in my self regulation, I was breathing deeply. I actually went and sat outside in the sun, and I was really enjoying the sun because where I live right now in North Carolina, there has just been so much rain and so much gray weather, and I'm not used to it. So having this break in the middle of the day to get a little bit of sun poking through the clouds was actually a really beautiful gift. And then the third inner game practice is resilience and we can think of that as growth mindset. So the thought that I had while this was happening is I wonder what happened. Why? Why is this happening? Right? Which is coming from more curiosity versus why are they doing this to me? Why did this happen? So I had this sense that there's a reason why this is happening. And you know why? Because I was supposed to do a solo podcast on this topic. That's why it allowed me to use my experience as a teachable moment. For triggers for this first episode of Season Five. The fourth inner game practice is well being. So again, I took time to pause, I even sang a song in the car as I was driving to get out into the sun and singing helps me to calm down. I walked barefoot in the grass, I unplugged from technology, so I could really lower my arousal state. And I calm down. Love, that's number five. I was able to turn towards myself with compassion, Carley, you've had like, two people cancel on you today, and your schedule has gotten a little rocked, right? It's a little unpleasant. I offered myself care. And then I offered compassion to this other person, I hope they're okay, hope everything's fine. And so if I'm not able to bring that inner game of love, and compassion, and even forgiveness towards myself, first, it's really hard to put that out into the world and into my relationships. And the number six, the inner game of authenticity. When I moved into owning what was true for me, what were my feelings? What were my needs, and even going a layer deeper, I actually acknowledged that the trigger stirred some old emotional triggers for me that I've had due to childhood experiences, where I often felt like I was, you know, having to be super responsible, holding everything down, taking care of others, and there wasn't a lot of mutuality, there was sometimes not even communication. And that often then has me feeling a bit triggered, you know, like, I'm not being respected, I'm being neglected. And why do I have to work so hard, you know, to be able to get someone to meet me in this place. So that was coming up for me too. And I was also really recognizing my request, if we were to reschedule again. So that is coming from the inner game of authenticity. And if this person wasn't able to, you know, agree to some of my requests, in order to schedule another podcast interview, then it's not the right fit, and nothing personal, it's just, this is a process, it's not going to work for me again, and I don't want to have a repeat performance. So about an hour later, I actually did hear from this person, and they apologize, my name that they thought they were on, you know, Pacific Standard Time, even though all my communication and our Google calendar invite was on Eastern Standard Time, I brought attention to what I did to coordinate the interview to create efficiency. And then I actually had the brave exchange and I named my parameters and the agreement in order to reschedule this interview, and support this person with their new book. So this was honoring myself, my time, my boundaries. And by doing that I can be much more compassionate and forgiving with this person's process. Carley Hauck 29:15 So that is the way that when we cultivate these six inner game qualities of self awareness, emotional intelligence, resilience, well being love and authenticity, it supports us to have the brave exchange to navigate our triggers more easily because we've developed the skills to relate even in the midst of conflict, even in the midst of trigger. So I told you that I was going to give you a process to try and here it is: are you ready? This is the first step because we have to understand that we're triggered before we can actually relate skillfully to triggers. This is coming from chapter two in my book, and I'd love for you to just bring your attention inward. Just bring your awareness to your body to your breath. Kind of digesting everything I've shared, but letting it all go. Maybe move your fingers, your toes, your neck, shoulder circles back, whenever it feels good to just come into the body. This is only going to take a few minutes. So don't do this while you're driving. If you're walking, see if you can, you know, just pause to be still. And now just recall a time that happened recently where you felt triggered at work at home. And bring to mind the situation and go through this process with me. On a scale of one to 10, see if you can identify the number of trigger one being I feel calm. 10 being I am about to lose it. Can you recall? What was your number? Next, identify your emotions, there might be many: fear, anger, patience, disappointment. All feelings are welcome. Now turn towards your body. What bodily sensations are you aware of is there a tightness constriction, an irritation. And just notice where it's taking up space in your body, your hands, your belly, your head, is it a lot of space is in a little bit of space. And trying to stay in the body, don't go into story. And next, try to identify what the narrative is about this situation this person did or said or this happened. And we can have lots of narratives and they can either bring us up or they can bring us down. And if you recall, the experience that I shared, I was able to stay in curiosity. I wondered what happened. But I welcome you to really acknowledge whatever narrative is true. Well, what is your narrative about the situation right now. And notice that you probably have a need from this person from this situation. What need do you have right now that would support you to come into greater balance, maybe you have a need for a break. First, maybe you have a need for connection for respect for whatever it is love for you to just acknowledge what that need is, honor it. And then bring your awareness back to your body back to your breath. Maybe do a little movement, a little shaking. So that process can take a couple minutes. And it's really helpful for you to go through so that you can start to understand your patterns and be able to have choice over your response in the moment that you're triggered. Carley Hauck 34:45 And I wanted to share just another piece that when you're first identifying the number on a scale of one to 10. If you're at a five or higher, I would invite you to really pause at that moment. This is not the time to have the conversation. Because in that range of trigger, you've usually left your heart and you're pretty much in your head, which means you're in a more fear based place. If you're in your heart, you're still coming from love, you might still be coming from care, compassion, forgiveness, you're able to really hold space for your experience and the other. But when we're too triggered, we're in attack mode, because that's how our nervous system is wired, we are going to be in fight flight, or freeze versus the, you know, more relaxed care and befriend space. And so you're human, it's okay, if you're above a five, go take good care of yourself, do what you need to do to shake it off, and then identify what your need is. And so one of the ways that we can communicate that we're triggered, so that we're actually able to salvage and have care for the other, especially if this is in the midst of another person, is we just acknowledge it, I feel triggered, or I'm not in a good place to talk right now. The other thing that can happen is that we're in dialogue or relationship with someone else who's triggered, and they may not actually even be able to say that they're triggered. So that's also a really wonderful time. If you're aware that this person's triggered, and they're coming from fight flight, or freeze, which means they're withdrawn, they're attacking, or they're just kind of frozen, that you might also interject and say, What do you think about us taking a pause, taking a break, and revisiting this in 15 minutes, or Let's reschedule to another day, right. And you don't necessarily have to say, Hey, I think you're triggered, because that could create more of a trigger for the other person, but you just offer a pause. And if that person isn't able to hear it, you can still take it, because that's you honoring you, and that's you holding healthy boundaries. So I hope that all this information was helpful to you. And you can grow your inner game, so that you can be a conscious leader at work life in the world. And that inner game will support you to navigate triggers more skillfully. And there are a couple ways for you to cultivate a strong inner game, and to also continue these types of practices. One is the podcast. I believe this is Episode 48. So all of the podcasts interviews that I have done, I'm sharing practices, I've interviewed leaders, and they're talking about the challenges they've had and what they've utilized to really grow their inner game and navigate their own complexities at work and at home because we bring our whole selves wherever we go, you know, it's not compartmentalised. As I was sharing earlier, our childhood experiences impact, what triggers us at work, and at home. You can also get my book in hardcopy or an audiobook is available. And I would love to support you with the wonderful stories of leaders in the book and incredible science and the practices that you can apply to your life. You could also book a free consultation with me and we can develop a specific training for your organization, team, or leadership. I also love creating large scale learning and leadership development programs with these foundational skills embedded. And the links for the book. And booking time with me will all be in the show notes. Carley Hauck 39:20 Before I say farewell for now, I'd like to invite one more invitation. It's so important that we start to understand the patterns of what triggers us. And so as you go about your day, you might start to explore what are the patterns of things that are causing me to feel triggered at home, at work? Here are some examples at work. Do I get triggered in group meetings? If so, why? And my one-on-ones with my supervisor. Do I get triggered when they do or say certain things? Why is this potentially related to old experiences in my childhood or my family of origin are another experience that reminds me of this? Do I feel triggered when I am ignored, or when I feel a lack of belonging or trust? Where's that coming from? So, just really being curious. There's no judgment here, because we all have it. But if we can start to understand the root of it, and we bring caring, and loving awareness, we can start to shift our response and create new healthy patterns on the inside, and less on how we show up on the outside. Before we part, I am going to share my heart's desire. This feels a bit vulnerable. And I've never used the platform for this purpose, but it feels timely, and we live in a virtual connected world. I am in a wonderful place in my life, where I am seeking a conscious inclusive human being who has a deep commitment to learning growth and using relationship as spiritual practice. This person, like me, has devoted time and energy for many years with teachers, programs, healers, therapists, coaches, to develop and cultivate the inner game skills I've been speaking of: self awareness, emotional intelligence, empathy, growth mindset, leading from love, forgiveness, authenticity. And they are excited and ready to engage in skillful relating and navigating conflict with health, and patients, and responsiveness. And as I had shared earlier, how I came to develop this practice for myself on navigating triggers was due to the ending of a relationship. But throughout my entire existence of this life, I have yet to find a person that can stay. That has the skills for this type of relating. And I'm at a place where I will not date anyone that does not have the skills, I do not want to go through the pain that has occurred by not being met in these basic capabilities of relating, they feel basic to me. I'm aware, they're not for everyone. So if you are listening to this, you feel a sense of resonance with me with this image of relating. And you're excited to explore beautiful partnership, and supporting one another to be the best versions of ourselves in service of a more just inclusive and regenerative world, I would love to hear from you. Please reach out. conversations are always a great way to start. And I'm always in the mindset that we are always learning and growing from each other. And I'm always willing to see how we can support each other even if it's not, you know, moving towards what I'm calling in this particular message. If you are also listening to us and you know, an eligible, single cisgendered heterosexual male who fits this description, and you would like to reach out and introduce us, I would be delighted to hear from you. It's all about introductions and supporting one another, to grow into our best selves with the right community opportunities. So thank you for hearing my heart's desire. And as always, I so appreciate you being part of the podcast community for listening in. And until we meet again, be the light and shine your light.
Join Mary and her very special guest, Robert Murray. Hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, Rob graduated from Stellenbosch University before moving to the United States in 2002. His professional journey led him to complete a Master's degree in Social & Civic Entrepreneurship, and he is currently completing a Doctorate in Transformational Leadership. Rob is the CEO and co-founder of Transformed Leader, a leadership research, coaching, and consulting company that helps mission-driven organizations and leaders address and overcome their greatest challenges. Rob is a highly effective and experienced change agent for personal and professional growth amongst executives and corporate culture. He is the host of the “Talk of Change” Podcast opening up conversation around his work and research to drive emotional intelligence and transformative change. Join Mary and Rob as they discuss the importance of developing a common emotional language that invites you into deeper mind and heart integration and greater emotional intelligence. ON THIS EPISODE WE WILL DISCUSS… - Why starting with radical honesty is the 1st step to healing - How our childhood emotional blueprint impacts our adult life - The 3 ways to relate to your emotions - What is an “emotional mindset” - Learning to speak the language of the heart - Rob's 12 Core Emotions - The importance of connecting your head and your heart - How each emotion has a “gift” and each emotion has a “shadow” - And more! — SEASON 3: In this 8 part series we will be talking about Feeling To Heal in order to Live Fully Alive --- Rob's Website: https://www.transformedleader.com Rob's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robmurraysa/ Rob's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmurraysa Text Me: https://maryhyatt.com/text Follow Me On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maryghyatt/ Full List of Episodes & Show Notes: https://www.maryhyatt.com/show Subscribe to My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/maryhyatt
Anger is an emotion experienced by almost everyone and can lead to big trouble. Are we better off eliminating anger from our emotional repertoire? How is that possible to do? Dick’s guest, Dr. Michael Edelstein is a long practicing psychotherapist and author of the award-winning book “Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life.”
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In this podcast I talk a bit about my Past/Future life regression sessions experiences. Bullet points of this episode. . Sunamulisuim . Emotional detox . Permission Higher self . Past lives . Soul contracts . Life reviews . Lessons ect . Intergalactic Council . Soul group . Questions for higher self . Future lives . Different planets . Different beings . Hybrid kids . Hybrid program . Body scan with Reiki Namaste Hazel
Contains language and themes not suitable for work or children. The first 40 minutes of the show are dominated with an emotional discussion about the Jon Gruden incident. Aldo believes that Gruden should have been forced (although, officially he re-signed) out of the NFL, while Dan feels the offenses were long ago and society should take that under consideration. Things get heated when "White Privilege" is brought up. The last 90 minutes contains fun Bears and Packers talk!
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Do you picture yourself and your children begging on the streets if you dare to leave?Are you overwhelmed at the thought of making ends meet as a single mom?Do you wonder how you'll pay for groceries, much less legal fees, if you escape?One of the biggest fears for women in abusive marriages is that they won't survive financially.And it's a fear based on a lot of truth. But it's not the final say. Hear from a woman who's been there, done, and literally wrote a book on it. So don't turn back. If you feel financially trapped, this podcast covers: Smart tactics for squirreling away money without escalating the abuse in your relationship Safe maneuvers to keep the peace while you're preparing to leave A strategy for keeping the lights on when there's more month than money A valuable list of resources for women in your exact situation Lydia Dominguez's story of running, returning, and finding freedom from abuse for good Read or download the transcriptIf you are a Christian woman who thinks you may be in an emotionally destructive marriage, learn more at https://flyingfreenow.comI'll send you (free!) the first chapter of my book, Is It Me? Making Sense of Your Confusing Marriage, which has an assessment to help you figure out if your relationship is abusive or not. All you have to do is hop on my mailing list. You can also find out about our online education and support program for women of faith at https://joinflyingfree.comAnd finally, if you are a divorced Christian woman who wants to take back her life and get healthy, lose weight, have amazing relationships, get things done, build a business or career, and even find a good man (if you want one) - check out Flying Higher.
The boys get together to discuss the celebration of World Mental Health Day, and then also discuss Indigenous People's Day and how it is a rebranding of Columbus Day because he was bad. The boys take a stance on the viral TikTok mystery over this "couch guy" and determine if he is cheating or not. Also discussed is the whistleblower that is not a female ref, but actually a person that works at facebook, who came on a major network to say that facebook is so bad that people need to be censored on the platform to protect people. Definitely not to use to silence any dissenting opinions. Follow the IG page: @TooWokeBoys Email the show: TooWokeBoys@gmail.com Donate to the show on Venmo/ Cashapp: TheSlutFund Give a FIVE STAR REVIEW for the show on iTunes (fun ones will be read on the show) Share a screenshot of the show on your IG and let everyone know YOU ARE AN ALLY @JeffZenisek @MalcolmKelner Come see Jeff in TAMPA FLORIDA October 14-17 at Sidesplitters comedy club! Get tickets here! https://ci.ovationtix.com/35578
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Do you ever find yourself upset because someone else is upset? It's easy to take on someone else's emotions. Today we're looking at how to set boundaries so you don't spiral down the negative plughole of someone else's big emotions. Plus how negative emotions can help you discover what you do want. Road Map to Healthy You Workshop Wednesday at 9.30 am Eastern Time. Find out more here: https://www.drorlena.com/workshop Book a Call with Dr Orlena https://bookme.name/drorlena/healthy-you-healthy-family-scholarship-program
Have you ever tried to start a new habit only to find yourself quitting after a week? Every day, we make thousands of decisions that will either help us to achieve our goals or set us back. In this episode, Sarah discusses how to develop healthy LONG-TERM habits. If you're struggling to form and maintain positive habits in your life, listen to this episode for a tried and true process to get you there!You can also check out other podcast episode and blogs in relation with today's episode: - Practical Tips For Creating Your Dream Life Podcast - https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/46607067/download.mp3- How To Develop Your Ideal Day Blog post - https://crossfitmorgantown.com/how-to-develop-your-ideal-day/- Building Momentum Podcast - https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/45849470/download.mp3- Motivation Shmotivation: Why Motivation Sucks Blog post - https://crossfitmorgantown.com/motivation-shmotivation-why-motivation-sucks/Reach us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Sarah-R-Rowan-Giosi/149800892/Instagram: @cf_morgantown @sarah_giosi
Rachel's Bio: My undergraduate degree is in creative writing, and I was a newspaper copy editor for 14 years, most recently at the San Diego Union-Tribune. In 2010 I switched careers and went back to school to get my masters in Marriage & Family Therapy. I am trained in EMDR, and my practice focuses on helping creative people — writers, artists, and musicians. I also regularly facilitate 12-week groups on the book The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron. I have been involved in several local choirs in San Diego over the years, and most recently I've even been dabbling in improv.https://www.rachelmoorecounseling.com/We discuss: uses of EMDR to manage pain and traunafinding meaning and fun managing feelings of guiltvisualization and how to heal the mind with the bodyIf you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline800-273-TALK [800-273-8255]1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433]Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
Lisa is joined by Lynnis Woods Mullins, CHC,CPI,CLC is founder and CEO of PraiseWorks Health and Wellness to share some practices to help you achieve total wellness of mind, body, and spirit. At the age of 51 Lynnis decided that after twenty-five years in the field of Human Resources as professional and Manager it was time to make a change. In 2009, Lynnis made a decision to pursue her true calling which is holistic education! “I wanted to pursue my true calling of educating women on how to achieve total wellness of the mind, body and spirit through holistic practices and fitness.” Lynnis moved forward and created PraiseWorks Health and Wellness, a company that helps women over 40 achieve total wellness for their mind, body and spirit through holistic practices, nutrition, fitness, and spiritual renewal.Lynnis's main mission is to educate women over 40 on the importance of achieving total wellness for the mind, body and spirit. PraiseWorks Health and Wellness targets all areas of a woman's physical, spiritual and emotional needs through holistic coaching services, holistic products, workshops, seminars, virtual fitness classes, fitness DVD's, radio shows, podcasts, retreats/events that promote wellness for women over 40 and publishing an e-magazine.Lynnis's company PraiseWorks Health and Wellness publishes a mind, body, spirit e-magazine Wellness Woman 40 and Beyond, produces the hit radio show “The Wellness Journey-LIVE!” and the new podcast series “Our Journey to Wellness Moments” Both shows in total have over 100,000 listeners in less than five years. PraiseWorks Health and Wellness has also produced a low impact Praise Dance Fitness DVD, and a new holistic stress reduction program DeStress The Mess a coaching program that features several products using various methods from virtual coaching to one-on-one coaching. PraiseWorks Health and Wellness recently released the e-book “DeStress The Mess-Minimizing The Impact of Stress on Your Body, Maximizing The Joy In Your Life” Lynnis currently completing her book “I Never Stopped Dancing, My Journey to Emotional and Spiritual Wellness”. Lynnis is also a featured columnist for the popular e-magazine Women's Voices, is a regular contributor to the on-line wellness center Fitness Mattrz, and is a Wellness Trainer and Consultant for the Masters of Business Acumen Women's Training Center.Lynnis is achieving her dream of moving PraiseWorks Health and Wellness into National and International markets. She has over 150,000 followers on the internet through her combined social media. She receives invitations to speak, invitations for radio appearances and invitations as an expert writer for various magazines and newspapers around the country, and abroad. Lynnis has been featured in several publications, television, and radio programs. Lynnis has received recognition for her work in the community in the area of Health and Wellness. Lynnis was recently nominated for the 2013 National award of Community Activism for Health by WEGO for her work in the area of education of women over 40 about wellness. Lynnis has been awarded the Extraordinary Woman Award by Sac Culture Hub and is a charter member of Sacramento Women's Chamber.
Alright guys!! Today we're continuing our conversation on Cookie Lyons -- the RIDE or DIE chick none of us wanted to be. As much as we LOVE Cookie Lyon, we are SO NOT here for how (on so many occasions) she was willing to RIDE or DIE for Luscious. So, I think it's safe to say that for this Black Superwoman, her kryptonite is definitely her ride or die characteristics. One of the characteristics of the Black Superwoman Syndrome is feeling obligated to help others even when that "help" is not being reciprocated. Tune in now as we start uncaping, unmasking, and unhiding THE Cookie Lyon. During our conversation we cover: How Black women unknowingly fall into the trap of being the ride or die Being trapped in an "emotional prison" within relationships What keeps us staying &/or going back to unhealthy relationships Emotional abuse and what it looks like How childhood trauma causes us to settle in relationships The importance of reciprocity in relationships And of course, Natty and I we're pretty transparent with our "ride or die" experiences. So tune in today's episode and if resonates with you and you're ready to start your journey to healing , please join us in the Sista Circle of Healing HERE. We also love to have you join us in in the Shades of Strong Facebook Community where you can connect with other Black women have open and honest discussions about things that concern us individually and collectively. This is safe space where we can lean on each other in times of trouble and unrest, and dance with each other in times of celebration. Other Episodes in This 30 - Day Series Day 8 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding, |Is Cookie Lyon an Angry Black Woman Day 7 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding, |Kick People Pleasing to the Curb Day 6 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding | Ten Whole Years of People Pleasing DAY 5 People Pleasing A Harmless Act of Love or a Mental Health Risk? Day 4 Uncaping Unmasking Unhiding | Why We Become People Pleasers Day 3 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding |The Side Effects of the Black Superwoman Syndrome Day 2 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding | When Love Becomes Kryptonite Day 1 -- Uncaping, Unmasking, and Unhiding the Strong Black Superwoman Superwoman Must Die | Slaying the Strong Black Woman Syndrome Superwoman Quiz Are you a perfectionist, master performer, people pleaser, or people prover? Take this 4 minute quiz & get a breakdown of your superwoman archetype & how you can use this knowledge to start healing from the Strong Black Superwoman Syndrome.
Emotions are the gateway to the heart. When we use words that communicate emotion in our home, the environment changes. In this episode, Josh and Christi talk about why it's important to understand the difference between emotions and feelings, especially for the intimacy in our marriage and how we connect with and guide our kids. Josh and Christi talk about: The difference between emotions and feelings.Our six core emotions and how to discern what they mean for us in our day-to-day lives.How naming our feelings helps us label our emotions.The role of emotions in "guarding your heart."How congruence can help us "be at home" with ourselves again.How to use emotional awareness to become a more connected spouse and parent. Show Notes: JOIN THE KIDSEQACADEMY WAITLIST! On-demand courses to help your child manage big feelings in a little body. Each course in KidsEQAcademy teaches your kids the life skills they need to develop emotional intelligence. ORDER A COPY OF WHAT AM I FEELING? What Am I Feeling? offers a biblically grounded way for children to verbalize their feelings, develop empathy and self-control, and understand their wonderful God-given emotions. LOOKING FOR MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COACHING? We offer a transformative coaching journey to help your family build a rock solid marriage, create healthy rhythms between work and home, and set values that drive how you make decisions. ENROLL IN YOUR FAMILY PURPOSE TODAY! Your Family Purpose is our online family series that helps you make a step-by-step plan to create a family of connection, celebration, and purpose.
Behind our physical fears are our emotional fears. We are afraid of what people are going to think, afraid of what we will feel if our fears come true. This week we learn about dealing with these emotional fears - understanding where they come from and how to deal with them.
Heller #Opinionaterz! On this episode (183), Ty talks #DaveChappelle, #AborationLaws, #FacebookBlackout, #DeontayWilder, #TysonFurry and much more! #MVPOfTheWeek: #MinnesotaSupremeCourt#ClownsOfTheWeek: #MiladRouf & #DaytonOhioPoliceThe Opinionated Topic Of The Week: Ty gets personal in talking about a instagram post by comedian Tony Baker that dealt with 'being okay' and having the ability to 'Emotionally Multitask' which is NOT an easy thing to do. Let's Talk. Shop & Cop Merch Now! 10% Off | Promo | THCNETWORKhttps://the-thc-store.creator-spring.comBecome a part of The T.H.C Family! Join Our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/creator-homeFollow us on Social Media:Instagram:www.instagram.com/tob__podcast/ Follow our Podcast Network: www.instagram.com/thethcnetwork_www.twitter.com/thethcnetwork_Follow Ty on Social Media:Instagram:Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/THCNetwork)
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/222/29 God gave us emotions for a reason and they're a big part of what makes us human. But Dr. Tony Evans says they also make us vulnerable, and in this lesson, he'll talk about how to find healthy ways to reconcile our feelings and our faith.
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This is the moment that Link has been thinking about ever since Lily was born. Listen to Link look back at his emotional family trip sending his daughter off to college in this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode Chris talks Self-Acceptance with new co-host, his editor, Cortney Donelson. He then talks about the opposite of that, self-critique. This is the demon that can lead you down a path of insecurities and self-destruction. He then talks about how you can learn to go from acceptance to loving yourself and how that then spills out to other people and how we treat them. Tune in to see Self-Acceptance Through a Therapist's Eyes.
Dr. Daniel Goleman and Amrit dive deep into developing emotional intelligence, with focus on leadership. They talk about self-awareness, how to manage your emotions, self-motivation and empathy, how to handle a relationship, and creating stability within yourself. They also converse about the impact of emotions on you and others, developing focus, types of focus, performance vs. stress levels and “good work”.Dr. Daniel Goleman is a psychologist, science journalist, lecturer, and the author of the best-selling book Emotional Intelligence amongst others. He is also the host of First Person Plural podcast and Key Step Media publisher, co-director of Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations, co-developer of the Goleman EI, and former science journalist for the New York Times.Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to recognize and manage your own feelings and to recognize and respond effectively to those of others. This tool with four domains helps you be more successful in all aspects of your life. Self-awareness (keystone of EI), to recognize and understand how emotions help or hurt what you do. With this tool you have a sense of how others see you, a sense of your strengths and limitations which gives you self-confidence, and clarity on your values and sense of purpose.Self-management, to handle your emotional reactions, control impulse, and to recover from life's upsets.Once you have mastered these skills, relationship management flows in naturally leading to leadership and interpersonal effectiveness.Some stress is vital, but too much can shut down your brain's ability to work well. This is a “frazzle state” that can be balanced in many different ways. Meditation is an excellent option. Get your own PSI stress/renewal balance here: ttps://www.keystepmedia.com/shop/psi/#.YVtXJppKi1s Tune In: Welcome Dr. Daniel Goleman to Inspired Evolution!: (00:00:00)What is Emotional Intelligence?:(03:20)The importance of self awareness for EI: (03:46)Venting when you're angry prolonging your mood: (06:41)Performance vs stress levels: (13:51)The importance of focus in present times: (21:23)Moving into self-motivation: (28:50)The importance of empathy: (32:06)Emotional stability linked with focus: (44:00)Different types of focus: (47:19)The importance of mindfulness for self-awareness: (49:27)Deep vs wide approach to mindfulness: (52:16)Connect with Dr. Daniel Goleman:Website: https://www.danielgoleman.info/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/danielgolemanJoin the Inspired Evolution Community:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspiredEvolution/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/inspired_evolution/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/InspiredEvolution/ Website: https://inspiredevolution.com/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/inspiredevolution. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Relationships are a process not an outcome. Think about it, what would happen if it was an outcome? When would you know you've accomplished your goal? At what point is it time for the next? Imagine I told you, you maxed out on what you can get in this marriage? Thank goodness it's not an outcome! With that being the case, focus on the intention, not the outcome. In this couple-therapist episode, we get a really interesting perspective on what it's like to be married as a veteran. There's trauma, there's emotion and a whole lot of strength. But what does it actually take? There's a lot of understanding, conversation and connecting with who you truly are. Your spouse is not here to define for what it means to be a "man" or a "lady", that's yours to discover. Just remember no judgement! Steven is a U.S. Military combat veteran who has been hand-picked to consult with some of the most influential people in the world (rock stars, singers, actors, business leaders and politicians) to turn around their business and how to expand their brand, build value and loyalty and develop strategies for increasing beneficial relationships for increased revenue and achieving true Quality of Life (QOL). Steven is a best-selling author and has a new book that was just released with his partner and co-author Lane Belone, (Special Forces Green Beret veteran) with the title Unleash Your Humble Alpha Steven has trained, coached and participated in leadership roles in nearly every capacity: historical leadership of European Royalty, Military Combat Operations leadership, political leadership in Europe and the US, spiritual leadership from the Natives in North and South America, monks in Europe, having turning around hundreds of around the world. Leadership from nearly all walks of life, all synthesized into what he calls Humble Alpha Leadership. Connect with Steven: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenekuhn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StevenKuhnOfficial/ Website: https://qolenterprises.com/ First and foremost, Dr. Michael Moats describes himself as a father, a husband, and a friend. His passion as a clinical psychologist lies in working with clients who are learning to redefine their lives and create new meaning, especially those dealing with grief and loss in its many forms (i.e., death, divorce, job loss, recent move, natural disaster, war.) Michael recognizes that every experience creates an opportunity to learn, to grow, and to heal, and he frequently utilizes nature, stories, and his general sense of awe and intrigue to bring psychological concepts into every relatable approaches to living. Connect with Dr. Moats: drmichaelmoats.com Dr. Michael Moats is the co-author of the newly released book "Sunrise through the Darkness" which can be found on Amazon, major retailers and right here: www.universityprofessorspress.com A vivid, grueling, step-by-step return from the dead to the living… A true story of faith, hope, and love from a man who survived 9/11 at the World Trade Center. Will inspire you, especially those without hope and those who seek to help others in jeopardy. —Oliver Stone, film director, producer, and screenwriter, Director, Platoon and Born on the Fourth of July Connect with ST: www.lifepixuniversity.com
Ambiguous grief is often related to loss and pain experienced by loosing a loved one who is still living, or the loss of a place or experience that has been destroyed or taken away. We all grieve places that are gone or forever changed, people that we no longer see, or ways of life that will never be the same. Today we talk about acknowledging and healing through the process of ambiguous grief, as well as our own experiences with it. Check out our Art Immersion Healing Workshops, private parties available. Follow the Badass Ladies Club IG: @thebadassladiesclub FB: Badassladies Club Tiktok: thebadassladiesclub Youtube: The Badass Ladies Club Come to Costa Rica with us on a Badass Retreat! https://www.blcbadassretreats.com Check our our online store at http://www.badassladiesclub.com
Möchtest du dein Essverhalten ändern und langfristig abnehmen? Ich habe früher oft versucht meine Ernährung umzustellen und habe viele Fehler gemacht. Am Ende habe ich zu- statt abgenommen. Heute gebe ich dir wertvolle Inputs, damit du deine (Ess-)gewohnheiten erfolgreich ändern kannst und dein Wohlfühlgewicht erreichst. Du erfährst… … warum Diäten und Ernährungspläne nicht funktionieren … warum Essen deine Bedürfnisse nicht dauerhaft erfüllt … warum Körper, Geist und Seele eine große Rolle spielen ALLE LINKS Kostenlos für dich: Mein Online-Workshop (hier klicken) Alle Shownotes unter: https://bit.ly/3imHuAT Folge mir bei... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.med.mareike.awe Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/mareikeintueat Bewerte meinen Podcast: Podcast bewerten (hier klicken) Podcast abonnieren auf iTunes (hier klicken) Podcast abonnieren mit Android (hier klicken) Empfehle meinen Podcast weiter (hier klicken)
Avoiding heartbreak and disappointment by recognizing when someone is attempting to use you as an emotional band-aid and when YOU may be using someone else as an emotional band-aid. We share personal stories of times we've been used as emotional band-aids and also times we've pursued relationships not realizing that we ourselves were entering the relationship to fulfill some sort of void or to repair some sort of brokenness. ► Bonus Episode: SDP 69+ | "I'm Over You" - Dealing with Disappointing Breakups ► Get Access to ALL the Bonus Episodes & More by Becoming a Supporter! YouTube Membership ► https://bit.ly/SUPPORT-SDP Apple Podcast Membership ► https://bit.ly/SUPPORT-SDP-APPLE Spotify Membership ► https://bit.ly/SUPPORT-SDP-SPOTIFY ► Stripped Down Podcast Socials: Instagram: https://instagram.com/strippedownpodcast Tiktok: https://tiktok.com/@strippeddownpodcast Myles' Socials: Instagram: https://instagram.com/myleshass Tiktok: https://tiktok.com/@myleshass Dion's Socials: Instagram: https://instagram.com/dionrom3 Tiktok: https://tiktok.com/@dionrome
Hey Pride, in this Ep I talk about my experience with potentially getting shadow banned on social media. I also dive deep into my new battle with depression and facing the emotional incarceration I've put myself into. Hopefully someone out there can relate to this EP and you find it useful to know you are not alone! Support the show: Programs: szatstrength.net HD muscle: Code: "szatstrength" Apparel for your brand: Foreverfierce.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/szatstrength?fan_landing=true
This week the ladies discuss emotional abuse. Sometimes people are experiencing a form of abuse that they don't even realize because it can show up in so many different ways. The ladies share their own personal experiences with emotional abuse as well as signs and things to look for in those type of situations. The ladies also discuss how emotional abuse doesn't just happen in romantic relationships but can appear in any type of relationship. Tune in and feel free to share any of your own personal experiences with emotional abuse with them. As always the DMs are always open. Also the link for the home girl hang out is here!! Click the link below to leave your email address so you can receive your invite to the first Mindful B.S. Hangout! We can't wait to see y'all there! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XX7RLRB
NAD is a supplement. Similar to testosterone, if we are not producing enough, we want to supplement it. Well, NAD enhances the ability of Vitamin B3 to support cellular healing in the body. This is a naturally occurring element in the body in which production can decrease for several reasons. Substance abuse or any abuse the body suffers could potentially erode the production of this in our body, as well as aging. I am talking with Mike Godfrey and Stephanie Rose who are working together on a research project entitled “Perceptions of Mental Health and Recovery after Receiving NAD Treatment: A different Approach for Recovery and Withdrawal.” Although I do not support an abstinent-only approach, NAD seems to be a route for those that want abstinence. Withdrawal is painful no matter how you slice it, and when it comes to stimulants there has previously been no help, or harm-reductive approach, to detoxing. NAD is not only being used to detox people from stimulants but for those who are ready to leave their MAT (suboxone/methadone) behind, as well as alcohol. Not everyone is going to want to move into abstinence but for those that are interested in that route, NAD seems to get people to a place where they can step into sobriety with a mind that is thinking clearer than otherwise would be possible. Since doing this interview I have been taking NAD, I have not experienced any noticeable shift in my thinking or behaving. However, it should be noted that I didn't take any tests to see the level of NAD I was producing, so it very well may have been a wash. I do have an MRI coming up in Dec for my MS, if I have significant shrinking in my legions or if it aids in any way I can detect, I will definitely let you know. The center doing the research is Incura in North Little Rock Arkansas. https://incura.life/ @incura.life on Instagram Dr. Stephanie Rose bio https://uca.edu/healthsci/facultystaff/rose/ Questions: Would you try NAD if you were in a position to face detoxing? Where do you see NAD treatment, taking the information you have heard here, being able to offer benefit. Is NAD offered in your treatment facility? The Recover Yourself approach is a path to your total wellness: Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual (however you define that). If you have pain or a major diagnosis, spiritual misgivings, or are easily emotionally disrupted, you are not whole. We give up on ourselves so easily. As children, we lived under the influence of our parents and that, for many, continues from one relationship to another. There is a you that you will be, which you have never known, that you can Recover To. Contact me when you are ready to step into that. o Patreon https://www.patreon.com/RecoverYourself o Instagram https://www.instagram.com/martinjon/ o Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MartinJonRecoveryMentor o LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/martinjonarts/ o Link Tree https://linktr.ee/martinjon o Venmo: MartinJon_Garcia --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/martinjon/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/martinjon/support
Emotional affairs almost always lead to pain. They are a betrayal of trust and an escape from the conversation you should be having in your relationship. Sometimes you have to bring up the hard truths so that those involved have an opportunity to find solutions or closure. Either way, it's easier to deal with a hard truth today than string someone along until it comes out in another, more painful way later.
Happy Satiated Saturday! I have seen over the years when healing your relationship with food, there is a point many realize when it's not really about the food anymore. The focus on what, when, and how you're eating came in as protection. This protection was keeping you safe from addressing other areas, beliefs, perspectives that may have felt too emotionally intense to look at where focusing on your food actually felt safer in your body to ruminate on. Healing your relationship with food can be experienced as in service to creating more emotional space to process, digest, assimilate, what your body has been emotionally holding on to. When you have been dieting, restricting, and focusing on food for years and years there can be many emotional reactions that arise in the process of shifting your focus away from food to attend to other areas of your life that need healing.In this week's episode, I will discuss the stages of healing your relationship with food and what you can expect on a food healing journey. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/the-emotional-stages-of-healing-your-relationship-with-foodYou get to trust you're always exactly where you're meant to be. Your healing path will unfold the way it needs to and this is an adventure that can be enjoyed every step of the way. If you're ever looking for more support on this food healing journey, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get set up with a free 20 minute Connect Call! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxThis episode is brought to you by Kajabi. If you're someone who has been wanting to share your wisdom in a self created online program, start your own podcast, send out emails, Kajabi is your one-stop shop. Kajabi is an all-in-one platform to create and scale your knowledge. Get a special 30 day trial here! https://app.kajabi.com/r/7zLtW92X/t/yxukwczfSpecial thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.comSupport the show (https://account.venmo.com/u/stephaniemara)
Emotional blackmail can often be very subtle but it is like a disease in any relationship - learn how to identify when it is happening and how to stop it.... Learn more about our online consultations, events and shopYou may not be aware that you are the victim of emotional blackmail, or you may even be using some emotional blackmail tactics yourself and not even realise it!But, if left unchecked, emotional blackmail is very destructive. This is why it's essential to know when emotional blackmail is happening in your relationships, the reasons behind it, and how you can stop it from harming your relationship and impacting your health and happiness.Episode highlightsIn this episode your hosts, husband and wife team, David James Lees (ordained Taoist monk, emotional and spiritual health teacher and therapist) and Alexandra Lees (wellbeing coach and feng shui consultant) reveal: Why emotional blackmail is so common and how to identify when it is happening.The main reasons people experience emotional blackmail in their relationships.How our childhood experiences affect whether we use emotional blackmail or become a victim of it in adulthood.How our inner child is involved in emotional blackmail.How to stop emotional blackmail in your relationships and learn to communicate authentically with your partner.Other related episodes on our YouTube channel that will help you:Our ‘Love and Relationships' Video Playlist Growing Up In a Dysfunctional Family: Dysfunctional Childhood Survival & Recovery How to Create Healthy Relationship Boundaries Feeling Needy In a Relationship - ‘Save Me Syndrome' Explained How to Overcome Fear of Confrontation - Confrontation Anxiety Explained Reparenting Your Inner Child (Part 1) (Part 2) Is there a question you'd like answered on the show? Submit hereJoin our free Wu Wei Wisdom Community Facebook support group Book an online Golden Thread Process & Inner Child Consultation with DavidBook an online Feng Shui Consultation with AlexFollow us on Instagram: @wuweiwisdomSign up here to receive a relaxing guided meditation gift, plus our weekly newsletter + offers via email-Disclaimer: This podcast and any associated teaching and comments shared are not a substitute for professional therapy, mental health care, crisis support, medical advice, doctor diagnosis, or professional healthcare treatment. Our show episodes provide general information for educational purposes only and are offered as suggestions for you and your professional therapist or healthcare advisor to consider and research.Music by Earth Tree Healing
On this episode, we sit down with A Kids Co. founder Jelani Memory. A Kids Co. is a multimedia company focused on diverse storytelling with a mission to empower kids of all ages. These stories dive into complex subjects like anxiety, systemic racism, addiction, and money. In this episode, we discuss emotional disclosure, investing in friends you can trust, and setting healthy boundaries when it comes to tough conversations. Check out A Kids Co. here And as always you can find us on Instagram @kitkeenan and @cynthiarowley
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are rejoined by Nicole Antoinette. We get an update on how her Colorado Trail hike went, including some very unexpected turns, we learn more about her entry into van life, and what advice she'd give to others looking to do the same, and chat about her new book which she is reluctant to call a book, How to Be Alone, an 800-mile hike on the Arizona Trail. Perhaps it goes without saying, but for those who were fans of Nicole's first appearance on the show, this one will not disappoint. We wrap the show with Chaunce butchering the pronunciation of Wisconsin town names, a quick education on the bark beetle problem facing the American West, an exciting announcement about a not-yet-fully-fledged Backpacker Radio sponsorship for one lucky 2022 thru-hiker, a triple crown of stereotypical dog names, and much more. Enlightened Equipment: Save 10% off of Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Stock Torrid Jacket with code “thetrek10” here. Organifi discount code: Use code “backpacker” at organifi.com/backpacker for 20% off your purchase Vital Farms: Check out vitalfarms.com to learn more about where honest food is raised Goodr: Use code “backpacker15” at checkout to save 15% off your first order at goodr.com/backpacker15 [divider] Interview with Nicole Antoinette Nicole's Instagram Nicole's Food Post Nicole's New Book Nicole's Gear List Time stamps & Questions 00:05:04 - QOTD: What's your favorite fall activity? 00:08:26 - Wisconsin hiker meet-up updates 00:10:15 - The Mammoth Hike challenge 00:11:01 - Introducing Nicole Antoinette 00:13:03 - How did the Colorado Trail compare to the Arizona Trail and PCT? 00:13:47 - Why was the Colorado Trail the most joyful hiking experience? 00:16:27 - Emotional base weight impacts your hike 00:18:43 - Beginners on the Colorado Trail 00:21:05 - Tell us about hiking with your partner 00:24:05 - How did you handle your partner's injury mid-hike? 00:28:45 - What did everyone else's journey look like from that point forward? 00:32:36 - Hiking with your partner 00:35:19 - Did you have a favorite stretch or day on the Colorado Trail? 00:38:40 - Altitude sickness on the Colorado Trail 00:43:29 - Social media's impact on preparing for a thru hike 00:46:26 - Anything else you'd want to share about the Colorado Trail? 00:48:06 - Hiking with a frameless pack 00:54:50 - Why did you move away from veganism? 00:58:08 - Any go-to, vegan thru-hiking foods? 01:01:30 - Did you experience any health changes when you re-introduced animal products? 01:04:31 - Do the symptoms of endometriosis go away immediately after you start hiking? 01:06:21 - How often are you living in your van? 01:06:48 - What year did van life start? 01:06:55 - What motivated you to get into van life? 01:09:03 - Talk us through the non-obvious pros and cons of van life 01:13:52 - If you could go back and give yourself van life advice, would you change anything? 01:18:13 - Did you retire a podcast? 01:18:26 - Tell me about the new podcast 01:22:07 - Nicole's book 01:29:55 - Thank you, Nicole! SEGMENTS Wisconsin Town Names Trek Propaganda Triple Crown of most stereotypical dog names If you were to get a restaurant logo tattoo in exchange for free food, what Denver restaurant would you pick? Mail Bag 5 Star Reviews Gross or Not Gross Zach's photo of a white substance [divider] Check out our sound guy @Paulybooyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Ausen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Patrick Cianciolo, Brandon Spilker and Matt Soukup. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Cynthia Voth,, Emily Brown, Mitchell, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven, TraskVT, Lindsay Sparks, Liz Seger and Lisa Douglas.
Join sisters and Celebrity Matchmakers, Alessandra Conti and Cristina Pineda as they share their secrets about love and relationships to you! In today's episode, they discuss moving on after the end of a relationship, the social media blackout of 2021, and answer a Sisterly Advice: Manswers edition question about if women view men as guys they would f*** OR marry. They also break down the Sex and the City Episode, “Sex and Another City” and debate physical vs. emotional attractiveness. "When it comes to bags, men, and cities, is it really what's outside that counts?" All this and more! Subscribe so you don't miss anything, and follow us on social media: @matchmakersinthecity @datinginthecityshow @matchmakeralessandraconti @matchmakercristinapineda
How many physical environments have you been to that have gotten you emotional? Where was it? Why did you get emotional? What season of your life was it? I completely got emotional at Lake Cotton near Buena Vista, CO in the mountains as the yellow flickering Aspen leaves were changing. It was almost a transformative experience just being there. One of the most powerful environments I've ever been in. Even felt closer to God there. Where do you feel most grounded? Most centered? It can be a state of mind & spiritual state, but also a physical environment. What environment do you perform the best in? What environment brings the best out of you? Another episode where I discuss this topic is Ep. 155. Visit EQGangster.com for our FREE EQ101 Course where we provide an overview of emotional intelligence & discuss the 4 deadly sins of emotions. Ep 155 What Makes You Come Alive? (Red Lodge, MT) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/eq-for-entrepreneurs/id1497445408?i=1000529412276
We are always looking for ways to improve our show. Before we get into today's episode, will you please take a moment to fill out our short listener survey ? One of the many comments I hear as a professional organizer is “I wish I could afford to hire someone like you!” The truth of the matter is that getting organized does require time and a level of intentionality, but it doesn't have to cost a lot of money. Dave Ramsey says “where a person spends money is a reflection of their priorities,” and I have seen that play out in my own life. If someone handed me $500 I would rather go out to a nice dinner with friends, or put it towards a home improvement project. Whereas someone else might want to go on a shopping spree or put it towards a vacation. There's no right or wrong answer, it's simply a matter of priorities. Even if no one is handing you a stack of Benjamins, if you want to get organized, I assure you that you can do it on a shoestring budget. The greatest organizing tools I have to offer you are vision, strategy and a plan of action. Today I am going to walk you through my exact process that I do with my clients. It's completely free, the only investment is your time. You can always add the fancy bins later if you so choose. Before you begin, I want you to ask yourself 2 very important questions: “Do I want less stuff or do I just want to know where my stuff is?” “What's more important to me, stuff or space?” When we look at IG or Pinterest, there's one common theme-LESS. Lots of white space, in between shelves, hanging rods, under cabinets. Which leads me to point #2- I recommend using social media for inspiration, but be mindful of trying to keep up with the Jones. You can accomplish much of what you see online with stuff you have in your home, or inexpensively-you don't have to have a custom closet and bins from the Container Store to have an organized space. Before you dig in, come prepared with the essentials: Bins to sort Bags to donate Post-its or label roll to temporarily label categories Music/podcast to keep you motivated Pick one space to declutter and set a limit on how long you are committing to stay there (ie: until this space is done, for 20 min, 2 hours…) The time doesn't matter as much as following through on your commitment. 5. Here's where my 4 pile method comes into play. As you are emptying the contents, sort the items into these piles: KEEP (in that space only) DONATE RECYCLE RELOCATE (anything you want to keep, but doesn't live in the space you are organizing. This can mean it's going to a different room, or going into memorabilia, or getting returned to someone.) 6. Once you're done, now it's time to ZONE, Corral, Contain. This is where you can get creative, and figure out what products will make you feel good about your space--remember, an organized space needs to accomplish 2 things: HOW IT MAKES YOU FEEL HOW QUICKLY CAN I FIND WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR? Regardless of where you are in your life with age or financially, you are capable and deserving of living an organized life. I'm here for you every step of the way! XOXO- Laurie LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE TAKE THE LISTENER SURVEY SBO Partners FREE CHECKLISTS & RESOURCES Please support us! FOLLOW TOL t o have new episodes downloaded each week! REVIEW Social influence is the most impactful way to help others find our show! Struggling with Clutter? Click HERE to take our FREE clutter quiz! Stop feeling like a Hot Mess! HOT MESS: A Practical Guide to Getting Organized is my witty little survival guide that helps you get to the root of your clutter. Learn about the 3 types of clutter, Physical, Emotional, and Calendar, along with how to avoid the 5 Clutter Pitfalls. Now is the time to reclaim time, find freedom, and feel empowered from the “stuff” that is holding you back. Available on amazon , barnes & noble or wherever books are sold. Connect with Me WEBSITE | FB | IG | PINTEREST