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Have you ever noticed what you say to yourself when you make a mistake, or when you child gets mad at you, or when your ex texts you something nasty? Do you notice that you're kind and loving and compassionate with yourself? My guess is, you're like most of us who do the exact opposite of that, and instead become our own worst enemy, flinging self criticism and judgement around until we feel horrible and believe that we're a failure in every way. In today's episode I'm going to teach you the art of self compassion by breaking it down into the self compassion triad. By learning to be self compassionate, you'll be reprogramming your brain away from the self criticism default, to a new kinder version of you. In today's episode you'll learn:What self compassion is.How to evaluate your level of self compassion and a 24-hour challenge to bring that awareness into your consciousness.The self compassion triad, and how you can begin to implement each part of the triad into your own life. To schedule your free consult with me click here.To join the WAITLIST for the Becoming You Again Program click here. Make sure to follow and rate the podcast on your favorite podcasting app.For more information and full show notes go to:https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/post/the-art-of-self-compassion
In this episode of On Record PR, Jennifer Simpson Carr goes on record with Katharine Manning, author, and president of Blackbird DC, to discuss empathy in the workplace and how to support co-workers experiencing trauma. Learn More Katharine Manning is the President of Blackbird DC, which provides training and consultation on empathy at work. She is the author of The Empathetic Workplace: Five Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job. She has worked on issues of trauma and victimization for more than 25 years. As a senior attorney advisor with the Executive Office for United States Attorneys for 15 years, Kate guided the Justice Department through its response to victims in cases ranging from terrorism to large-scale financial fraud to child exploitation. Some of the cases she advised on include the Boston Marathon bombing, the Pulse nightclub and South Carolina AME church shootings, the uprising in Charlottesville, the Madoff investment fraud, and the federal case against Larry Nassar, doctor for the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnastics team. Kate now uses her expertise to help organizations prepare for and respond to the challenges they face involving employees and clients who may be in trauma. A member of the bar in Washington, D.C. and California, Manning also served as an attorney with the law firm Pillsbury Winthrop in San Francisco, where she represented Fortune 500 companies in class actions, insurance, and media cases.
‘Express don't suppress' Sam Moinet is the founder of Student Breakthrough. He is a speaker, teacher and student coach who helps students with their mental health and trains teachers to inspire children. Sam takes us on a journey through his life and how he had to transform his life which was full of anxiety and perceived failure to one that is now transforming and contributing towards the positive change of the education system as we know it! The pressure on teachers and students is immense, Sam has experienced both first- hand. Opening up about his own struggles has not only improved the lives of so many working and learning in the education system, but helped himself to find that purpose he was searching for. Resources:
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In this episode, guest Marie (name changed for anonymity) discusses her responsibilities as a caregiver for her parents who are emotionally and physically isolated. She touches upon how supporting their social needs and trying to protect her high risk parents from illness has impacted her marriage, caring for her two young children and trying to balance seeing her own friends and prioritizing life events. Visit us on our website:www.compassionincaregiving.comJoin our FREE Facebook community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/compassioncaregiverconnectionFor more visit our Instagram! @compassionincaregiving
In this episode I'll share with you not only 5 core tips on how to increase the pleasure factor during your midnight sex adventures. I also share my most recent experience, how to navigate not being in the mood for it and ways you can tap into your intuition and discern between routine and desire. Midnight sex is underrated and I know that after this episode, you'll be calling some of this midnight delight into your life. xo The Pussy FairyIncase you haven't heard; I created an online course for couples. If you are desiring to spice up you sex life, intimacy and have FUN! Tune in to get all the info and click the link to check out the course. This online couples experience will change the way you do intimacy and each other! https://www.azariamenezes.com/intimacy-made-easyCome find me in the Getting intimate Facebook group! Subscribe to my email list for a juicy gift at https://www.azariamenezes.com/your-pussy-is-a-portal-to-healing or come find me on Instagram @azaria.menezes and say Hi. I'd love to hear your questions so I can answer them on future episodes!
"Beth" was put in a tough position at work (her manager isn't helping either!) and she wants to know how to gracefully back out of being an emotional support person to someone at work! TBT is a wild, we did some learning with a stupid fact of the day and weird food habits!
An extra measure of grace is required as you adjust to this major transition in your motherhood. Listen to learn how to practice gratitude and focus on our needs. This will usher in peace. Would you like to know how to support your adult child? Grab my free guide, Five Ways To Support Your Adult Child Find more free resources or book a free discovery session with Pamela, Midlife Mindset Coach for Moms on her website.
If you drop this one thing, I can almost guarantee you'll have more fun in your sex life. There is a place and a time for it though.. In this episode I drop some gems on how you can make your sex life + the rest of your life a little easier by taking inventory of this 1 thing. We all need these simple reminders, but often times we don't think too deeply about them. So of course as the Pussy Fairy, Im here to remind you, myself and everyone who tunes into this podcast to ditch this one thing so we can all get back to what we are really here for: More Pleasure! xo The Pussy FairyIncase you haven't heard; I created an online course for couples. If you are desiring to spice up you sex life, intimacy and have FUN! Tune in to get all the info and click the link to check out the course. This online couples experience will change the way you do intimacy and each other! https://www.azariamenezes.com/intimacy-made-easyCome find me in the Getting intimate Facebook group! Subscribe to my email list for a juicy gift at https://www.azariamenezes.com/your-pussy-is-a-portal-to-healing or come find me on Instagram @azaria.menezes and say Hi. I'd love to hear your questions so I can answer them on future episodes!
On this week's Dear Dog, we revisit the important topic of understanding the differences between emotional support, therapy and service animals. Plus, we hear more about the smartest, cutest husky puppy in the world-Huckleberry! He's rocking his training btw! Join for all this and an update on Betsy's latest slew of rescue pups!
Episode 133 feat. Adam, SMac, Taylor and Toddy. Come send it with the boys, as we discuss, Almost being on the Bachelorette, Big Brother Uncut, Non binary warriors, Knife crime, The boys in blue, Euthanasia, Female prisons, Support animals, Greyhound pox, WorldStar, The porn flasher, Dylan Alcott's vibrator, Circumnavigating the globe, Texas, Fatwa pussy, The bully register, John Farnham, and much more... Please forward all complaints to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Topics discussed in this episode include Wes accidentally becoming a soccer coach, the Kingdom of God, the extradition and trial of Honduras' former President, the mental health crisis in our armed forces, Amazon producing curriculum for a high school in California, an emotional support alligator, the Donovan Mitchell trade, the latest Kevin Durant news, college football, a war between aliens and dragons, Bigfoot being implicated in a murder in Oklahoma, a review of the movie Nope, and the terrifying case of the Smiley Face Murders.
Dre' begins this episode with RNST about a humbling basketball experience. Also, commentary on the Jackson Water Crisis, Texas abortion laws, a pastor's DMs get him in trouble, an Akron minister sentenced for a sham funeral home business, and a WPDT about a unique emotional support animal. FTS Network: linktr.ee/fts_network
Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.When someone has done something wrong or treated us badly, we want an apology. Society has taught us that an apology is how we show remorse and ask forgiveness all wrapped up in the words, I'm sorry. So it makes sense that we'd want that from the person who is to blame for our hurt.In today's short episode, I'm helping Noemi understand where her power lies when it comes to feeling like she needs an apology. We can't make someone apologize for something but we can do something for ourselves that is much more powerful and supportive. For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
First of all you have permission to grieve. Join us for a conversation about grieving when your child leaves for college. This is the largest transition you will go through in your motherhood. Listen in and find out how to survive it. Grab my free guide, Five Ways to Support Your Adult Child To schedule a free discovery session with Pamela, Midlife Mindset Coach for Moms, visit her website. You'll also find more free resources for midlife moms.
After a week off I'm back and with a real special conversation around ancestral healing with Mina Aidoo. Tune into this conversation that sparked so many aha moment's and brings the real honest truth about how sometimes we need to go deeper in our healing through ancestral healing, the sexual healing journey as a whole and of course motherhood. Come and catch the vibe with us! " Hi I'm Mina, I am a Healer, Embodiment Coach, Artist, poet & trained professional dancer / choreographer. My story involves turning down a West End World Tour to find myself spiritually, drinking plant medicine, shaving my head, learning all about sacred sexuality, healing my mother wound, releasing a book of poetry and so much more.And my book ‘Inky Black Woman' went to Number one on the Amazon African Literature Chart. I now teach Women & Femmes how to access the hidden power of their bodies so that they can heal trauma, reconnect to their sexuality & sensuality, reclaim their wildest desires and fully step into their pleasure and purpose." Mina offers 1-1 Sessions, Groups and workshops. Click here to follow her on Instagram or find Mina's Link tree here xo The Pussy FairyIncase you haven't heard; I created an online course for couples. If you are desiring to spice up you sex life, intimacy and have FUN! Tune in to get all the info and click the link to check out the course. This online couples experience will change the way you do intimacy and each other! https://www.azariamenezes.com/intimacy-made-easyCome find me in the Getting intimate Facebook group! Subscribe to my email list for a juicy gift at https://www.azariamenezes.com/your-pussy-is-a-portal-to-healing or come find me on Instagram @azaria.menezes and say Hi. I'd love to hear your questions so I can answer them on future episodes!
Joie Henney joins Lisa Dent on Chicago’s Afternoon News to talk about how his unusual relationship with WallyGator came to be, and how the reptile eventually became his emotional support animal and internet sensation. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
Who is on your list for emotional support? Is it one person? A group? A select few that specialize in certain parts of your life? We'll share who is on our list while sampling two beers from Broad Leaf Brewing in Kentwood, Michigan.
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Squiz Kids is an award-winning, free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short podcast that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour.‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent)This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them.Fun. Free. Fresh. LINKSWally the emotional support alligatorhttps://edition.cnn.com/videos/us/2022/08/28/emotional-support-alligator-philadelphia-pennsylvania-ndwknd-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/atv-trending-videos/Are you a teacher and want to work for Squiz Kids?Send us an email, with your CV to email@example.comNewshounds: Register your interest in our new media literacy resource for classroomswww.squizkids.com.au/newshoundsTeachers: Did you know that you can access curriculum-aligned, differentiated resources related to each day's podcast episode with a Squiz Kids for Schools subscription? Check it all out with a FREE 30 Day Trial.Stay up to date with us on our Squiz Kids For Schools Instagram!Parents: Unlock a heap of bonus content with our Squiz Kids Subscriber Specials, only on Apple Podcasts. There's a 7-day free trial, and you'll get access to the whole back catalogue of Shortcuts, quizzes, and Squiz The World episodes.Stay up to date with us on our Squiz Kids Instagram!Got a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.When we get news from our ex sometimes we can feel confusing emotions. Samantha is asking for help figuring out why she's feeling conflicted with this news from her ex. Listen in as I teach her how to figure out what's really going on. Once you can get to the root of what's causing the conflicted emotions, then you can decide how you want to intentionally think and feel moving forward.For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
A woman is making headlines after claiming her alligator as an emotional support animal. Would you be cool sitting next to her on a plane???See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wolf and Starks wrap up the week ahead of the Steelers' third pre season matchup against the Eagles. The guys walk through the QB depth charts as well as a look at the newest Kenny Pickett Bobble Head and an emotional support animal that might eat you.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Emotional support can come in many forms, but THIS type of animal would probably give more people anxiety than comfort. Also, kids in some Missouri schools will be getting spanked now... That and more on today's show!
Is it a sign of a dystopia or just simply funny and entertaining videos? Depends on who you ask. A new Amazon show called Ring Nation is pulling together all kinds of funny and crazy moments captured on Ring videos. But critics say it goes way too far. We go In Depth into what they're saying. The California Air Resources Board is voting today to move ahead with the plan to ban gas-powered cars by 2035. We look into whether the electric grid can handle what would be a big increased demand for power. We also look into whether other states will follow along. New data is out on life expectancy. COVID was a big factor for a drop in the average lifespan across the country. We tell you where California ended up and which state saw the biggest drop. President Biden takes it upon himself to partially cancel student debt and make DACA permanent. But is it all legal? We may all have doubles out there. New research shows how much in common genetically we may all have with people we don't even know. Would you want a pet alligator? Can they even be pets? The answer is yes and one could win the title of America's Favorite Pet. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
My worst nightmare: a patient complaint. We share with you a story of triumph as one of our colleagues SUCCESSFULLY defended a complaint. We reflect on the lessons learned and how to manage complaints (including the emotional side). Dr. Gulshan Murgai spoke about a long and arduous case that was resolved in his favor, demonstrating that he has patience and determination in spades. We will also discuss the importance of attending risk management lectures and how to deal with this nasty situation you might face with unhappy patients. https://youtu.be/v342FiEete0 Check out this full episode on YouTube Highlights of this episode: The scenario that led to the patient's complaint 8:41Insurance-based scheme 16:40Patient's Complaint 19:07Legal narrative 22:08Dealing litigation emotionally 31:29Emotional help for dentists 34:45Importance of risk management courses 38:32Lessons from the case 41:27 Head over to Confidental for Emotional Support for dentists in distress. Connect with Dr Gulshan Murgai If you enjoyed this episode, you will also love 10 Habits of Highly Successful (and Most Valued) Dentists
We've all heard the talk about self care by taking a bath or getting your hair or nails done. This is all fine and good to do, but it's not what I'll be focusing on in this divorce self care episode. When we go through divorce, we need a different type of self care. Listen in as I talk about self care in terms of external and internal needs, why it's important for us to learn what these types of self care are and how we can show up for ourselves meeting all of those needs. In this episode you'll learn:What self care really means.The two types of self care and why they're both important to our mental and emotional health.How to show up for yourself filling your external needs.How to show up for yourself filling your internal needs.What will change for you and your life once you learn to provide these kinds of self care. To schedule your free consult with me click here.Make sure to follow and rate the podcast on your favorite podcasting app.For more information and full show notes go to:https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/post/divorce-self-care
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Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.Sherri wants to know if she will ever stop grieving. Listen in as I answer Sherri's question about grief and how to deal with it now and in the future when it shows up unexpectedly.For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
If you're ready to practice radical respect as a way to improve your connection with your adult child then tune in. Respect is the key for a healthy bond with our grownup child. Grab my free resource, 10 Things Moms Say That Frustrate Their Adult Children(And 5 Ways to Stop Yourself From Saying them). Check out my website for more free sources and help for moms with adult children
On this episode, Dr. Easley is joined by Marcelo Bonta, President of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion(J.E.D.I.) consultancy Marcelo Bonta LLC; as well as David Lamfrom, Vice President of the Regional Programs at the National Parks Conservation Association. The three discuss the importance of community and emotional support in helping address DEI issues in the … Continue reading Community and Emotional Support and DEI in the Conservation Movement: A Conversation with Marcelo Bonta and David Lamfrom →
When was the last time you relly talked with someone about loss? Or flexed your crying muscles? In this episode, Embodiment Artist, Emotional Fitness Co-Creator, and mother Cara H. Cadwallader joins us to share about her journey dealing with compounded grief after losing her life partner Burt to cancer at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares about her journey as a mother and a widow amidst a shifting world and addresses such important facets of grief, like the urge to judge ourselves and our reactions, the challenge of allowing ourselves to fully feel and experience our emotions, and the instinct to apologize for our feelings. Listen for inspiration to be open about your grief, flex your crying muscules, and go on the journey that you need after a loss. Resources: Learn more about Cara and her work here Learn more about the Mama Caravan and pre-order Cara's book The Mama Caravan: A Maternal Mental Health Map for Life After Loss here Read Cara's Huffington Post article “The Love of My Life Died From Cancer. Now I'm Struggling to Raise Our Son Through Grief” Join the Grief and Grace private Facebook group Enjoying the podcast? Support our production costs by donating here Receive your Free Grief Guidebook and find Jenn's work here Music by Daniel Plane: www.reelcello.com Podcast production by Caitlin Epstein
So uh, what's been happening y'all? Anything exciting? Anything dramatic? Join us as we recap the Leafs' off-season moves, quiz each other on some free agency moves, and review our pre-season predictions. Surprisingly not as humbling an experience as we thought it would be. Go us!
Incase you haven't heard; I created an online course for couples and shared about it on Instagram live. If you are desiring to spice up you sex life, intimacy and have FUN! Tune in to get all the info and click the link to check out the course. This online couples experience will change the way you do intimacy and each other! https://www.azariamenezes.com/intimacy-made-easy xo The Pussy FairyCome find me in the Getting intimate Facebook group! Subscribe to my email list for a juicy gift at https://www.azariamenezes.com/your-pussy-is-a-portal-to-healing or come find me on Instagram @azaria.menezes and say Hi. I'd love to hear your questions so I can answer them on future episodes!
In this episode of Work in Progress, my guest is Maria Heidkamp, director of program development and a senior research the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Long-term unemployment continues to be a long-term problem for the nation's oldest job seekers. In June, more than a quarter of job seekers over the age of 55 were out of work for more than 27 weeks, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job seekers aged 16 to 54 make up just only 19.1% of the long-term unemployed. "One thing we know about long-term unemployment is that it can just wreak havoc on older workers' motivation, their confidence, their self-esteem. Stress due to long-term unemployment can really interfere with people's motivation and also their executive functioning. Those are the very kinds of skills people need to undertake a successful job search," explains Heidkamp. Heidkamp led the Center's effort to design and implement the New Start Career Network, which has served over 6,000 long-term unemployed older job seekers since opening in 2015. The free program helped midcareer workers navigate the changing job market through online tools, job fairs, community partnerships, and career coaches. "I would consider our most innovative component (the) access to personalized coaching provided by trained volunteers. The coaches were not just talking about how to fix a resume or how to have a better LinkedIn presence. Those were important, but the coaches really were there to help with accountability and motivation and rebuilding their confidence. The empathy and compassion that the coaches shared with the job seekers was huge," she says. Many of the coaches themselves either knew people who had been long-term unemployed or themselves had gone through a stretch of long-term unemployment. The coaches helped the job seekers process their stress through a number of ways, improving their overall emotional wellbeing. "That could be as simple as taking a walk in nature or finding a project to work on where you maybe achieve some level of success. It may not be as a new job, but there might be something you've done that you can feel good about. "Some of the coaches specialized in helping provide structure and accountability, which some job seekers wanted, and maybe others were good with how to think about making some kind of career transition, so we also had coaches that provided different kinds and levels of support depending on what some of the job seekers needed." Now after seven years, the program is shutting down. "We hope that the lessons we learned can help others supporting this population across the public workforce system," says Heidkamp. "It is critical to provide emotional support to all job seekers, but in particular, to long-term unemployed job seekers. I think it was great for us to learn how wonderful volunteers can be. We had people we recruited through Rutgers' alumni associations, through the Governor's Office of Volunteerism, through United Way, or AARP, and others. "Some of them were professional coaches who just liked the idea of donating some time to help others were aspiring coaches who were working toward getting their coaching certification and wanted to use this as a way to foster their skills. But others had no coaching background whatsoever. "It was just a wonderful thing. We've got to find ways to build that into public workforce system programs, as well as the programs of community-based organizations." You can read the final report on the program from the Heldrich Center here. Early in the program, WorkingNation profiled one of the midcareer job seekers helped by the New Start Career Network, Joe Konopka. Heidkamp tells us she recently ran into him and he continues to thrive in the job he got after the personalized counseling. https://youtu.be/7qeRYJ6oUKk Episode 238: Maria Heidkamp, director of program development, Heldrich Center,