Generational trauma is the idea that the traumas that occur in our life can be passed down from one generation to the next. Through cultural examples in this episode Dave and Greg discuss how we know what we know, how we develop our core beliefs, and the effect those beliefs have on our lives and on future generations. Follow Modern Therapist's Guide to Nothing on social media:Instagram: @moderntherapistsguidetonothingTwitter: @MTGN_PodcastIntro and Outro music by 13th Ward Social ClubFollow on Instagram at @13thwardsocialclub and visit https://www.13thwardsocialclub.com/
Intergenerational trauma is something that has plagued my family and I'm trying to change it, but it feels like a burden to bear. Growing up, having to keep secrets and not having my basic needs met has made me evaluate how that's impacted my parenting today. I have many things to work through with many different types of therapies at my disposal, but it will take time to wade through this generational trauma. Key Takeaways: [1:22] Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs [6:36] Physical safety in the hierarchy [7:33] My emotional needs and trauma bonding [8:19] Analyzing my past self and generational trauma [14:13] Growing up the message was that women were less than men [17:36] Hyper independence and people pleasing [22:27] Having to keep secrets as a child was damaging [25:00] Love and abuse in the family [27:09] Passing on trauma to my children: nature or nurture? [31:25] Giving our children what we didn't have growing up [32:40] How grief impacted my parenting [34:57] Having issues with boundaries, hypervigilance, and intrusive thoughts [36:29] I'm working to heal intergenerational trauma [38:00] Medical side of psychology [38:55] EMDR and how it helped me [40:13] Somatic healing: how the mind and body connect [44:09] Trauma causes growth [44:38] People tell me I'm too honest about my story [45:56] The process of wading through trauma Resources: It Didn't Start with You Connect with Barb: Website Facebook Instagram YouTube The Molly B Foundation
Tita's Thots is back post Thanksgiving holiday blessing you all with a special episode with the one and only Nina Gosiengfiao. Nina is a fellow Pinay, actress, singer, writer, and comedian. You can find her work in Grey's Anatomy, This is Us, and most recently, an upcoming episode in The Sex Life of College Girls (Tita's current fave show). In this episode, Nina and Trish dive deep into discussions around the Filipino culture, what it's like being a Filipina in Hollywood, and the sexual secrets of their families. These two have a lot to say about decolonization, generational trauma, healing, and Filipino representation! Thank you, Nina for being so open about your experiences as a Filipina American actress, and inspiring us fellow Pinays to pursue our passions, no matter how unconventional they are to our culture! Follow Trish on IG and TikTok: @TitasTh0tsPodcast GET 10% OFF LELO WITH CODE: THOTS10 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/titasthotspodcast/support
Join Dave and Greg as they revisit the Billy Milligan episode, and view the story through the lens of someone who was there. Billy's sister Kathy and her Daughter Amber join us from their podcast “Family Drama” and we discuss what it was like growing up in a house filled with unrelenting, horrific trauma. We also discuss how books, documentaries, and ….podcasts…get many elements of the story wrong. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did. Follow Modern Therapist's Guide to Nothing on social media:Instagram: @moderntherapistsguidetonothingTwitter: @MTGN_PodcastIntro and Outro music by 13th Ward Social ClubFollow on Instagram at @13thwardsocialclub and visit https://www.13thwardsocialclub.com/
Deborah Driggs is known for her acting, dancing, and modelling, she is also a top-rated insurance professional and was even a playboy centerfold! Deborah now focuses her time and passion on helping women break through negative self-talk, take on challenges and build themselves the lives they deserve. Deborah joins Dawn to talk all about her mission, the journey that got her to where she is today including her success in the acting world as well as her struggles with addiction. KEY TAKEAWAYS Deborah and Dawn both worked as flight attendants for Airlines in the 1980s. They both learnt how to deal with frightening emergencies and how to remain calm under immense pressure. Following some work modelling in Japan, Deborah decided that on her return to the U.S. she wanted to work in commercials, and this is exactly what she did. She recognized this as a pivotal moment in her life. After having a successful career in commercials, print and some bit parts, Deborah was given an opportunity to have a lead role, but she needed to take some acting classes to be hired. Deborah met her husband and got married in 92', she had her first child in 93' and her final acting role was in 98'. She was in a new era of her life. Deborah struggled with alcoholism most of her life, she now recognizes that this was part of the generational trauma that she was carrying. After the breakdown of her marriage, Deborah fell deeper into her addiction and even contemplated suicide. She entered rehab and managed to stay sober for a while but after getting a new job she convinced herself that she wasn't an alcoholic and she began drinking again. To most, things looked great for Deborah. But she was miserable, she was just good at putting on a mask. If you aren't living your authentic self, then regardless of money or status you have nothing. Deborah discovered she needed to tackle her issues and trauma head on, it was only this that allowed her to heal, from her trauma, suffering and addiction. She now helps others do the same. BEST MOMENTS “If there's a struggle there's a problem and in that problem, there is a beautiful solution” “That was probably the most pivotal moment of my life, I knew I was on the right track” “Everything that people said I wouldn't be able to do, I just found a way to do it”“I do have a bit of success anxiety” “Everything looked good on the outside” “I believe that generational trauma exists” "I had to experience a lot of different healing journeys" CONTACT METHODhttps://firstname.lastname@example.org ABOUT THE HOST Dawn Rishárd, M.A. with 20 years as a Licensed Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Systems, I empower people to release the past, open their hearts, and receive the love they desire. I have a soft spot to help women struggling in their marriages as I did. As an Intuitive Healer, I help unlock Self Love, Clarity, and Connection, despite the challenges. I am an expert at restoring people's intimacy in life and love.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's History Story - Racists Poisoned This Black Farm - But her Comeback Made Them Sick There are some wounds that no amount of antiseptic can heal, and these open wounds have, for generations, left Black folks traumatized. The antidote is right under our noses, however. Today's guest will teach us how to harvest our healing through harvesting the land. Yonnette Fleming, aka Farmer Yon, (is a Guyana-born and Brooklyn-based healer, urban food justice farmer, and educator. She's authored the book titled “A Time for Healing: Recipes for Health and Reconnection to Mother Earth,” and is the V.P. of the Hattie Carthan Community Garden. She is on a mission to bridge the gap between generations to unite in exchanging historical knowledge for sustainable living and health. Black History Year (BHY) is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school and explore pathways to liberation with people who are leading the way. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com — most people donate $10 a month, but every dollar makes a difference. If this episode moved you, share it with your people! Thanks for supporting the work. The BHY production team includes Tareq Alani, Brooke Brown, Tasha Taylor, and Lilly Workneh. Our producers are Cydney Smith, Len Webb for PushBlack, and Ronald Younger, who also edits the show. Black History Year's executive producers are Mikel Elcessor for Limina House and Julian Walker for PushBlack. 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
Em and Mo discuss generational trauma in women. Listen in as they breakdown a Tracee Ellis Ross TED talk, touch on feminism and the Salem Witch Trials, and share experiences and behaviors that women have in common across age and race spectrums. As always join us on Instagram Live Tuesday nights 5:30 PST | 8:30EST to break down the episode and shoot the sh*t. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twogirlsshootingthesh1t/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twogirlsshootingthesh1t/support
in this week's episode, i chat with poet dominique rossi about managing anxiety and panic attacks, how writing can help your mental health and getting started with it as a beginner, generational trauma & mental health, and much more!plus, we give you a small step to try out this week!about dominique:Dominique Rossi is a lawyer and political advisor. She has previously worked as a journalist and a domestic violence survivor advocate. Her articles have appeared in magazines including Bitch, Adbusters, and Northwest Travel. Rossi's hobbies include international travel, reading and embroidery. Originally from Chicago, she now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her partner, dogs, and chickens.Her book, Salt Chorus Her Instagramwelcome to small steps to self-love with bestselling mental health writer, shelby leigh! every episode has a small step for YOU to take on your self-love journey. tune in for today's small step and screenshot this episode and tag me on IG @shelbyleighpoetry with your favorite takeaway. i'd love to hear!be sure to subscribe for more episodes like this! if you enjoy the podcast, leaving a rating and review is an incredible way to support the podcast and future episodes. thank you so much for listening! resources from shelby:· PREORDER MY NEW BOOK· check out Shelby's mental health poetry books· Free self-love poetry print· Join the poetry club· Get help with marketing as a writerconnect with shelby:· Instagram: @shelbyleighpoetry· YouTube: Shelby Leigh Poetry· TikTok: @shelbyleighpoetry· Twitter: @shelbyleighpoetLeave a voice message to be featured in future episodes!
As Founder of The ParenT(w)een Connection, Clarissa is driven to help adults with teens & tweens in their lives have better relationships with those creatures who seem like aliens have taken over their bodies and brains. She believes that the more supported & knowledgeable the adults are, the better we can connect with and advocate for the kids in our lives, and ultimately, we'll lose fewer young adults to suicide. Fun Fact: I am not only an only child, I'm also an only grandchild! In this episode Melissa and Clarissa discuss: * Why do some teens don't act with their current age and what's the reason * Differentiation vs Individuation * Preteenagers secretly paying attention to Adults due to Identity Crisis * Learning how to stop Generational Trauma in the family * Foundations of CONNECTION - an acronym that helped Clarissa deal with Teenagers that solves all types of problems that a Teenager has. The Reawakened Mom Circle has officially launched. We would love to have you join us in the sacred space HERE. You can find me at: Website FB IG Youtube The Reawakened FB Group You can find Clarissa at: Website: https://www.parentweenconnection.com/ Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/groups/parentweenconnection Enjoy the conversation!
KVI's John Carlson digs into the story of the Seattle non-profit awarding over $1.3 million to CEOs and leaders of other non-profits to go on sabbatical or vacation for up to three months due to "multi-generational trauma".
Self-love is the best love. You deserve more of it in your life. Here are 5 self-love practices to improve your self-appreciation and self-worth - and free self-love positive affirmations and journal prompts to work on! We will discuss:Learning to love yourselfDaily Gratitude Practice to improve self-esteemReframing negative experiences into positive onesFinding the silver liningEncouraging body-positivityBecoming more body positiveBody image issuesBecoming more body neutralComplimenting yourselfEnding negative self-talkPromoting positive self-talkSpeaking to yourself kindlySelf-love positive affirmationsSelf-love journal promptsNighttime routinesSelf-care routines and ritualsHonoring yourself and your feelingsPutting yourself firstSetting boundaries in your lifeSaying no to others Episodes and Articles Mentioned:Self-Love Positive AffirmationsSelf-Love Journal PromptsWhy You Need a Daily Gratitude Practice to Improve Your Mental HealthSelf-Love Positive AffirmationsOvercoming Imposter SyndromeHow to Overcome PerfectionismHealing your Inner Child and Breaking Cycles of Generational Trauma with Cynthia NgoyWhat Does Reparenting Mean and How to Begin Reparenting Your Inner ChildPost-Traumatic Growth and Overcoming Abuse with Nichole MylesSelf-Care Ideas and ActivitiesYou can find today's show notes on Root and Rise Blog. Get Social!Follow Root and Rise Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.Watch on Youtube. Special credit to Purple Planet Music for the background track, https://www.purple-planet.comI'd be so honored to have you join me each week in a live group call on the Peanut App. If the thought of having to talk to a group makes you want to bury your head in the dirt, don't worry! Your participation is absolutely not required - you are more than welcome to just listen in on the live pod. Click to join the Root and Rise Peanut Group!
#20 Today's episode is all about generational trauma healing and things I wish I knew on my journey. Hopefully this helps anyone currently on their healing journey!Also, I'll be guest speaking at the 10 Day Manifestation Activation Challenge from November 28-Dec 9. You can sign up here: https://www.ohhmyannie.com/a/2147523725/tVDwMZUB
What if we put ourselves first on our list of priorities?For some parents, this might be a crazy or even slightly controversial idea! But for today's guest, Lindsay Roselle, it has made ALL the difference in her ability to give her best to her family, her work, and even herself.Her reasoning? She and her partner are the ones who have to shoulder the load. If they're not feeling strong, then the whole system won't work. Lindsay is a growth and performance coach for high-achieving women looking to find harmony between their desire to succeed and their devotion to motherhood. She's also the host of the MotherLoad Podcast and a mom to two little boys.Lindsay and I talk about generational trauma (including how she was confronted with this at a plant medicine retreat); her morning journaling practice, the Dark Hour; and how prioritizing ourselves first can make all the difference in how our system works.Resources & LinksYou can learn about Lindsay's Ayahuasca retreat and motherhood journey on her podcast, the MotherLoad Podcast and follow her on her personal Instagram and her podcast Instagram page.Some of the books we mentioned: The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael Singer; Greenlights by by Matthew McConaughey; and Patriarchy Stress Disorder: The Invisible Inner Barrier to Women's Happiness and Fulfillment by Valerie Rein.Learn more about Project: Mom and follow us on Instagram at @projectmompodcast.Do you want to share your motherhood journey on the podcast? Email me at email@example.com.
Brandon talks with Alisa Stamps (LCSW) & Kasey Jarvis (LMFT) about authenticity, generational trauma, & healing from narcissist abuse. Plus they discuss, therapy modalities, helping kids be authentic, perfectionism, awareness, challenging core fears, and much more. Alisa Stamps - Website - Instagram Kasey Jarvis - Website - Instagram Podcast - Am I The Crazy One? If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource. Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When your inheritance is abuse and neglect, the lasting effects of trauma run deep from generation to generation. Listen in as Sven counsels Hunter, whose family disowned his grandparents for abusing his father, only to find himself the target of the same pattern of cruelty at home. Trapped between alienation from his father and his desire for acceptance, Hunter must choose between living with the trauma or facing the fear of being alone. When your father threatens suicide and blames you, where do you turn? Sven unlocks the impact of Hunter's troubled past and helps him chart a way forward in this complex case. Explicit content.
On today's episode, Samson Odusanya tells a powerful story about how he found himself in the midst of a journey he had taken outside of his comfort zone. From questioning every narrative he learned growing up, he began to retrieve his most authentic self through somatic therapies and dedication to his enlightenment journey. The journey to rediscovering his authentic expression began as an E.R tech in the medical field, where he was exposed to death and began to take a different perspective on life. Leading with curiosity and eager to begin to unfold the meaning of life he stumbled upon an experience he shares that sent him headfirst into his healing journey and now the Wellness Specialist position he holds today. Samson is a breathwork facilitator, a force, a world-class dad, a wellness expert and most of all a loving servant to those around him. In this episode we talk about: - Ways to express emotions in a healthy way, and how men can begin to permission themselves to be fully expressed - How childhood memories shape our reality today - Generational trauma/energy passed down that is not ours to own, but to experience and process/let go - Changing direction with intention creates trust within ourselves - Finding your breath, your body, and freeing your mind Samson on IG: Samsons_strength Britley's IG: Britleyann ANNOUNCEMENT: I finally have openings for private coaching! Current ways to work with me include 1:1 and group coaching through a 6-month transformational container. The methodology I lead you through is based on the fundamentals of Consciousness, Quantum Physics, Neuroscience, Somatic Therapies, Energetic Awareness, Trauma-Informed Embodiment, Quantum Meditation & Transformational Breathwork. This curriculum leads you to liberation, resilience, connection, and power. If you're ready, book a discovery call on my website: Divineyourlife.co.
Do the holidays tend to trigger you and fill you with stress? Listen in while I chat with my sisters Brooke and April about how we have started to heal generational trauma and bring our family closer together to enjoy the holidays free of stress. Meet April Benincosa: April is the heart of the family and an embodiment of the lover archetype. You'll often find April hosting family parties and sharing love and positivity everywhere she goes. She uses her outgoing personality to create safe spaces filled with love for people to heal and carries her energy through her career of owning five salons. Meet Brooke Benincosa: Brooke is the youngest and the warrior archetype of the family. She has been a registered nurse for 10 years and has extensive knowledge in somatic body work. She is passionate about helping people release trauma in the body to allow them more space to heal and step into their power. SHOW NOTES: https://darcybenincosa.com/mindset/benincosa-sisters/
#034: “When we heal ourselves, we heal the past, the present, and the future.” ― Steven D. FarmerToday's interview is our returning guest, Dr. Ivonne Ferandell-Villarino D.C.. Do you ever feel you carry generational trauma and don't know how to heal it? Do you find yourself stuck in the same pattern with either personal partners or business partners, that never work out? How can family constellation work help you heal from emotional, generational, or business trauma? In today's interview, we dive into:Dr. Ivonne's origin story.Family Constellation Therapy 101.Difference between Therapy versus Family Constellation Therapy.The Netflix show: Another SelfHow family constellation can help with your business.Action step you can take if interested in family constellation work.Join our Boom Vision family and hit subscribe! Follow me on Instagram @benjaminyeh If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:https://www.benjaminyeh.com/ep-34-family-constellation-w-Dr-Ivonne
Generational trauma examples Generational trauma is the traumatic events that have a ripple effect across generations. What happens to one person has an impact on their children and that impact continues to affect generation after generation until somebody sees it and heals it. Today I am sharing a quick chat with Nita which clearly shows how trauma is expressed and shared through families. Nita's Mom went through incredible trauma as a child and her feelings of abandonment meant she was never able to connect with Nita's needs and emotions. As a family they never acknowledged the terrible things that happened and they never spoke about anything. The belief was, that if we ignore it, it will go away and so Nita abandoned her own needs and the cycle is perpetuated. If you have a story to share for this podcast please connect with me at www.instagram.com/mybigloveproject or send an email to email@example.com. I would LOVE! to connect with you.
Chriselle is back from some of her exotic travels and we catch up on what's been going on with our lives. We dive into a very interesting topic, Generational Trauma. What are some of the traumas we were brought up with and how we do not want to pass them along to our children. We also share what we are doing to raise the best humans we possibly can. Be a part of our community and follow us HERE: www.instagram.com/bumoparent To connect with Sara Sohn: https://www.instagram.com/mommasohn To connect with Chriselle Lim: www.instagram.com/ChriselleLim Come visit us at BumoWork: https://www.bumowork.com Go to www.kiwico.com/bumo to get your first month free on any crate line Produced by Dear Media Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
Lily Trieu is the daughter of Vietnamese refugees and grew up in Southwest Houston, Texas. Currently she serves as the Interim Executive Director of Asian Texans for Justice, a statewide nonprofit with a mission to connect Asian and Pacific Islander Texans to meaningful civic action to build personal and political power. This month we talk about her Chinese-Vietnamese heritage, family journey and pivot from more than a decade experience in corporate life to education and advocacy. Referenced Materials in the Episode: Asian Texans for Justice ATJ Instagram "Minority Rule: How 3 Percent of Texans Call the Shots for the Rest of Us" - Texas Monthly "Ahead of elections, Asian American and Pacific Islander organizers try to break down language barriers" - Texas Tribune Asian American Organizations in AustinFollow us on Instagram: @AsianinATX Follow us on TikTok: @AsianinATX
Today, we're discussing the Netflix Series "Killer Sally" Do we live in a society that turns victims into villains? Are we doing all we can to understand how Trauma and Abuse affects our families, churches, schools and communities? What is Trauma? Trauma is a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. An emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape, abuse, or natural disaster. How to cope with Trauma Talk to a few trusted people, open up about your struggle, seek online support groups, read self-help books or practice small acts of self-care such as meditation, breathwork, yoga and exercise can help you regain some feeling of control.”Find a therapist Get Started (betterhelp.com)Online Psychiatric Medication & Mental Telehealth Services - Rx Anxiety, Depression & Insomnia Treatment | Cerebral Triumph Over Trauma Scripture: II Corinthians 2:14 Now thanks be unto to God, who always causes us to Triumph in Christ.... Books I'm reading on my healing journeyIt Didn't Start with You! - How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes who we are, & how to end the cycle. https://a.co/d/f22BoLkHome Coming- Thema Bryant https://www.amazon.com/dp/059341831X/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_i_TE4YHJQ63FA21362FP79The Body Keeps the Score - https://www.amazon.com/dp/0143127748/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_i_HXH4RMNC329DT7VPQ5WGTrauma & Recovery https://www.amazon.com/dp/0465061710/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_i_WSW2K3RTE6A3CYWMZ250My social Networks TIKTOK- https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdXBhyrM/FB-https://www.facebook.com/eve.mcnairIG-https://www.instagram.com/mseve_mseve/STUDIO E BOUTIQUE-https://studioeboutique.com/Discount Code -TriumphDr. Kia EverettDr. Kia Worldwide (drkiaworldwide.com)833-646-3342Want to Support the show financially? Use this link! Support the showSupport the showSupport the show2 Corinthians 2:14 Now thanks be unto God, who always causes us to Triumph!
Is Childhood Trauma real? Do you believe how a child was treated growing up can impact their livelihood? On this episode we talk to mental health expert Dr. Monique Thompson, DHA, LPC, LPC-S about how to unpack childhood trauma. Dr. Thompson also gives us tips on how we can deal with generational trauma as well. Follow Dr. Monique Thompson https://doctormoniquethompson.com/
"The most life changing conscious thing I did was, when interacting in my relationships, I would ask myself 'Am I answering from love? or fear?' " - Courtney Hanson [22:57] How to heal the mother wound and set boundaries with toxic family members will allow you to release the pain bottled up inside. And you will start attracting healthy women into your life. We all desire connection and love, and you can experience that when you heal the core mother wound. Today I share a conversation with Courtney HansonInstagram: @thesweetestlittlelifeFollow us on IG @ravenscottshow & DM "free gift" to gain instant access to the FREE How to set Powerful Boundaries workshop. Here are some key moments:[8:27] Life & parents sometimes put you in a victim identity to fit in[10:25] You may carry blame from the wrongs your parents did[17:19] Generational Trauma[23:47] Somatic Healing moves it out of your body[25:18] Get comfortable with the uncomfortable[42:15] She share 3 exercises to release the pain"I carried all this blame of I'm not good enough. "Courtney Hanson is a best-selling author, podcast host, yoga instructor, reiki master, hypnotherapist, trauma-somatics healer, and inspirational speaker. She helps women remember their soul's purpose and return home in their bodies. www.thesweetestlittlelife.com Yoga Retreat Link: https://www.tourhero.com/en/epic-adventures/costa-rica/hot-springs-warm-beaches-costa-rica-yoga-with-courtney-373574?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=hero&utm_campaign=wellness-courtney-202211Free Therapy Session: https://calendly.com/thesweetestlittlelife/therapy-session?back=1&month=2022-08Better Help : Empath get 10% off your first monthGet FREE Empath & The Narcissist PDF through Dec 31 ' 22 Book : Claim with code LEAVE How to Leave the Narcissist Workshop & Your Human Design chart: SHOP Grab Human Design chart and more FREE Gifts on the website Ravenscott.showUnbrokencon FREE ticket Michael Think Unbroken podcastMadhvi - Emotion Code FREE Inquiry CallMusic YouTube Library: Believe by Neffex
Therapy, bisexuality, religious trama and knowing how to stand in your power. This week's #GoDoFly guest Epifania brings in the fire and the rawness in this two-partner. Alongside host Ariadna, they also talk about healing your inner child and teen, including what it was like dealing with emotionally unstable parents. They also add a few of their favorite things that have helped their journey into self-love and empowerment too. This is one of the most healing two-parters yet!
Angie joined Shawn at the Quarter Place Celebration October 15, 2022. She was there gathering footage and working on an upcoming story she is doing on Generational Trauma. Look for Angie on VPM's hit show Focal Point in December 2022 (vpm.org). However today for this interview she was the one answering questions and she was thrown a few curve balls by Shawn A. Barksdale. For more about Red Hill TV visit www.redhill.org or call them at 434.376.2044.
Join Dr. Paul Meier, mental health counselor Michaela Neff (formerly Sheets), and Kristin as they talk about Shame. Some of the topics covered are:How is shame different than guilt?What is Toxic Shame?The shame you carry.Shaming others.Generational shame.This episode is part 1 of a 3 part series on shame.For more information about Michaela, please visit her at https://www.meierclinics.com/directory/michaela-sheets/
"A good family is like potting soil, letting a group of people flourish together." Dr. Larry Wissow, Director of Child and Adolescent Psychology at Seattle Children's, joins our student host as we take a closer look at Positive Family Connections in this episode of Coping 101. Listen and learn as they explore the evolving definition of Family and the gender roles within, intergenerational trauma across different communities, how addiction can impact individuals and their families, and the vital importance of easy, frequent conversation. Presented by C89.5 in partnership with Seattle Children's, Coping 101 is an ongoing series led by students in Nathan Hale High School's Radio class that destigmatizes mental health from a teen's perspective, made possible with support from Crisis Connections, Carter Subaru, Hansmire Builders and Audian. No matter our age or background we all face challenges, and there are healthy ways to cope. Get started with more episodes, and find resources to help you improve your family connections, online at c895.org/coping101
In Part 2 of our Guest's episode, they dive in deeper about their childhood, and how their Father's treatment affected both them and their sibling. We also explore how their abusive upbringing shaped them as a parent, and the steps they took to right their own wrongs while continuing to navigate through life today. Host Information: Instagram: Dr Ramani's IG - @doctorramani Facebook: Dr Ramani's FB - @doctorramani Twitter: Dr Ramani's TW - @DoctorRamani YouTube: Dr. Ramani's YT - DoctorRamani #NavigatingNarcissism I want to hear from you, too. Have a toxic topic you want me to explore? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I just might answer you questions on air. This podcast should not be used as a substitute for medical or mental health advice. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical advice, counseling, and/or therapy from a health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issue, or health inquiry, including matters discussed on this podcast. Navigating Narcissism is produced by Red Table Talk Podcasts. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jada Pinkett-Smith, Fallon Jethroe, Ellen Rakieten, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Also, PRODUCER: Matthew Jones, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Mara De La Rosa. EDITORS AND AUDIO MIXERS: Devin Donaghy and Calvin Bailiff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Time to break the shackles off my feet so I can HEAL or whatever MARY MARY said... This really should have been the title but we were playing...Randomness asideThis episode is about breaking generational curses, cycles, etc so that we can break free of trauma and usher in the lives we desire.The agenda for this episode: As always, is to DIC' it down, which stands for:Define, Impact, and CopeThis conversation we define what the term generational curse is on google and to us, possibly identify a “curse” we are dealing w/ personally. Then discuss the impact of these “curses” on our lives and how we intend to cope. We make each section clearly know so that you can follow along and have this conversation with us, with others, with yourself, so feel free to pause where you see fit to give you time to write, journal, or just reflect…or just keep listening…do you!OH, and if you vibe...we tribe!Business Email: email@example.com Comments/share Mess: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @itsamesssispodcast Facebook: itsamesssispodcast Twitter: @itsamesssis YouTube: It's a Mess, Sis! (search for us!)
On this weeks episode I talk about cycles, and generational cycles and trauma that I've noticed and been working on breaking. Thanks for being here! If you aren't following me on social media please do! Id love to connect! Please subscribe to my podcast. Give it a 5 star rating, a written review and share on your socials to help spread the conversation! Follow me in INSTAGRAM www.Instagram.com/Chaunceyellis Tiktok www.tiktok.com/chaunceyellis YouTube. https://youtube.com/c/BellezzaByCpLashes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Breaking generational trauma is the name of the game, let's go! Tune in to this week's #GoDoFly guest, Epifania, coming from Venezuela all the way to Spain. Host Ariadna and guest Epifania uncover layers of healing in this two-parter episode! Talking about everything that comes with being the odd one out in the family to standing up for what you believe in and breaking the “cookie-cutter” bubble and life. Ready to feel empowered? This is the episode for you!
Are you the cycle breaker of your family? Have you felt like you do not fit in? Does your way of seeing things cause your family to be uncomfortable with you? Are you trying to shift your life's current patterns and dynamics for healing? Being a cycle breaker is challenging. Having a connection or a belief in something greater than yourself helps. It does feel like a soul calling or purpose and is a path to inner peace. Guided Imagery to support you by connecting you with your Spirit Guide
This week I bring on my dear friend Francis Mariano. We play some games, talk about generational trauma, and debate whether or not we were in a cult for a period of time. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loudpodcast /support
On Becoming A Prodigal Parent: if a prodigal is wastefully extravagant or lavish, then how can parents of prodigals become prodigals themselves? … GUEST Michelle Van Loon … author of 5 books, including “Translating Your Past: Finding Meaning in Family Ancestry, Genetic Clues, & Generational Trauma," "Becoming Sage: Cultivating Meaning, Purpose, & Spirituality in Midlife,” and “Born To Wander: Recovering the Value of our Pilgrim Identity" … She blogs at michellevanloon.com and theperennialgen.com. The Soul of the Helper: Seven Stages to Seeing the Sacred Within Yourself So You Can See It in Others (new book) … GUEST Holly Oxhandler … associate prof and associate dean for research & faculty development at Baylor Univ's Diana R. Garland School of Social Work … For over a decade, Dr. Oxhandler has developed tools to assess mental health care providers' integration of clients' spirituality in treatment, helping professionals' infusion of their own faith in their work, and clients' views toward discussing their spirituality in mental health care … She co-hosts the weekly podcast CXMH: A Podcast on Faith and Mental Health … lives in Waco, TX w her husband & 2 kids. The three iterations of Halloween from Samhain to Secularism ... GUEST Rev Jay Slocum. DOES THIS MAKE SENSE? Did the pandemic change people's personalities? (Vice)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Themes: Social Media, Self Love, Self Worth, Hollywood, Trauma, Mental Health Summary: This week I'm joined by one of the most versatile actors in Hollywood, Zachary Levi, with critically acclaimed roles in TV, film, and on Broadway. You may recognize him from his career catapulting role as Chuck Bartowski in the hit NBC series, Chuck, from his recurring role on Amazon Studios' Emmy winning series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, or from his recent roles in American Underdog, the Kurt Warner Story and the 2019 blockbuster hit, Shazam!. In this episode we jam on the addictive nature of social media, the problems Hollywood and reality TV perpetuate, plus Zachary's emotional journey through a lifetime of crippling anxiety and depression and how a breakdown led him to ultimately find joy, gratitude, self-love and acceptance. Discover: The irony of social media and how it's both one of the biggest contributors to mental illness today AND a useful platform for amplifying awareness for such conditions The profit over people model of Hollywood and how it's affecting the mental health of those working in the industry as well as viewers How reality TV is modeling an unhealthy approach to relationships and body image Zachary's mental, emotional and spiritual breakdown and how it ultimately led him to find joy, gratitude, acceptance and purpose The beautiful ripple effect that comes with doing the inner work, facing what you're most afraid of and integrating your wounds 00:00 Intro 00:37 The irony of social media 02:02 Being a parent now 05:38 Is social media safe for kids? 10:02 Media is designed to be addictive 15:18 The problem with Hollywood & reality TV 22:30 Altering your appearance 29:51 Money is not the root of evil 33:16 The breakdown 46:34 Getting the role of Shazam 55:39 Healthy love not being modeled 1:03:44 Therapy Links: Instagram | @zacharylevi Twitter | @zacharylevi Book | Radical Love: Learning to Accept Yourself and Others Sponsors: Open | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 30 days free at withopen.com/createthelove Cozy Earth | Use code GROVES for 40% off sitewide at cozyearth.com Cured Nutrition | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% all products at curednutrition.com/createthelove Organifi | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% off all products at organifi.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I catch up with Janey Lee Grace and she tells us all about Family Constellations Therapy and how it is used to heal generational trauma. In this episode, we discuss: - what Family Constellations Therapy is - examples of how this therapy has worked for people - what this has to do with a sober journey - details about Janey's next Family Constellations event! If you would like to get in contact with Janey to join The Sober Club or do sign up for her next Family Constellations event, please use the below links: www.thesoberclub.com Instagram: @janeyleegrace https://imperfectlynatural.com/family-constellations-transformed-my-life-join-me/ If you want to contact me to ask more about my group coaching, my one to one coaching packages or to add yourself to the wait list for my upcoming course: 'Stop Drinking. Start Manifesting' Please email me at: thrive@coachingbyanneka Insta: @coachingbyanneka www.coachingbyanneka.co.uk
Episode 2 of The Winchesters hit hard on the concept of monstrous parents, generational trauma, cycles of abuse, and finding yourself. From La Tunda, to Mary's relationship with Samuel, to John and Millie's fractious interactions, Chrisha and Catherine delve into and unpack the big and difficult concepts that this episode tackled.The Winchesters audio clip credits: The CWSupernatural audio clip credits: The WB; The CWMusic clip credits: "Altitude" by Claude Perraudin; "Aquarius" by The 5th Dimension; "Teach Your Children" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and YoungFollow us on Twitter @TheFangirlBizJoin our new Kofi Discord community at $1/month, and check out the other perks we have at higher tiers:https://ko-fi.com/thefangirlbiz/tiersSupport our podcast by buying our new merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/thefangirlbiz/shopThanks for listening!
Martina Tam is joined by Cyndi Carnaghi-Collins and Dr. Neelofar K. Butt in our new Soul Focused Radio podcast. Cyndi has been featured in a previous episode on Soul Focused Radio. Neelofar K. Butt, MD is currently working at Westmed Medical Group, a Summit Health Company. In this new episode the three women come together to have an amazing discussion about healing from childhood trauma. They start by sharing what trauma means to them and how trauma can present itself in our lives today. Cyndi shares with our listeners how trauma is anything that threatens our lives. She prefers this broad definition because trauma can be spiritual and physical. Neelofar K. Butt, MD goes into more depth on how trauma can show up physically. She explains how epigenetics has improved the study of generational trauma over time. Scientist have found that trauma can change how the body reads a DNA sequence.The second segment of this podcast is about the importance of validating and holding space for others to express their traumas. Martin and Neelo share how they are not trained to hold space to understand their patients as physicians. They were never trained to hold space to be more understanding and make genuine connections with their patients. Trauma shows up in our body and will stay there if we do not give it the attention it needs. If our doctors were able to understand why our bodies are stressed they could care for us better. We hope this podcast can help someone on their healing journey, and we encourage everyone to try to hold more spaces for healing. Thank you for taking the time to listen, and join us next week for another podcast on childhood trauma.
Hey, everyone! Thanks for your patience in waiting an extra day for the show this week. Seems like everyone is having a weird week, myself included. Mercury must be in reverse cowgirl again or something. ANYWAYS! Here are the questions covered in this episode: How can I help my parents heal and set boundaries without ruining my own mental health? I am losing energy and motivation to search for jobs. What can I do? As always, you can send me questions to the show to email@example.com and find the show notes at http://duffthepsych.com/episode323 This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp head over to http://betterhelp.com/duff to get 10% off your first month of online therapy!
Our Guest's Father was considered the more affectionate parent, however, he was both physically and emotionally abusive towards our Guest, their brother and their mother. Listen to Part 1 of this two part episode to hear about the childhood trauma our Guest endured, and the steps they are taking to move through the abuse; and work through its generational impact. Host Information: Instagram: Dr Ramani's IG - @doctorramani Facebook: Dr Ramani's FB - @doctorramani Twitter: Dr Ramani's TW - @DoctorRamani YouTube: Dr. Ramani's YT - DoctorRamani #NavigatingNarcissism I want to hear from you, too. Have a toxic topic you want me to explore? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I just might answer you questions on air. This podcast should not be used as a substitute for medical or mental health advice. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical advice, counseling, and/or therapy from a health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issue, or health inquiry, including matters discussed on this podcast. Navigating Narcissism is produced by Red Table Talk Podcasts. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jada Pinkett-Smith, Fallon Jethroe, Ellen Rakieten, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Also, PRODUCER: Matthew Jones, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Mara De La Rosa. EDITORS AND AUDIO MIXERS: Devin Donaghy and Calvin Bailiff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Krystal shares her artistic journey with us and how writing and jewelry-making allowed her to express herself and create a strong relationship with her Cambodian culture. Creativity is incredible healing and engrained within our ancestral roots, I believe every one of us has access to this.Krystal's Bio:Krystal M. Chuon is a 2nd generation Khmer-American artist and writer, author of two chapbooks, and is currently exploring acrylic earrings as a new creative medium. She's been drawing and writing since she was a child and translates the pride she's always had for her culture into her creations. Her work is aimed at generating visibility, spreading joy and knowledge, and making others feel proud of their heritage. Her second book, In the Land of Monsoons, is available now.Follow her on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/themealeacollection/Follow her on Medium:https://krystalmchuon.medium.comShop her jewelry, clothes, and more:https://mealeacollection.comhttps://www.bonfire.com/store/the-mealea-collection-merch/Contribute to her latest project:Krystal is creating a self-care/healing journal for the Cambodian community, to be a part of this, access the link belowhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1vQVsx668WSh2vIEvNo1zztrfD5Hs9VkXQsvfg_G9vXE/edit?pli=1Buy her books:Purchase In the Land of Monsoons on Amazon: https://amazon.com/Land-Monsoons-Krystal-M-Chuon/dp/B09MYXTFWZPurchase Follow the Mekong Home on Amazon:https://amazon.com/follow-mekong-home-Krystal-Chuon/dp/1726313794Purchase Voices of a New Generation: Cambodian American in the Creative Arts: https://khmergenerations.org/product-page/voices-of-a-new-generation-cambodian-americans-in-the-creative-artsSupport Sincerely Miss Mary latest initiative to bring her trauma-informed writing modalities to schools:Contribute to her Crowdfunding campaign:https://ifundwomen.com/projects/sincerely-miss-marySelect from various campaign rewards from a digital poetry book to Write & Release Workbook, 60-min creative coaching, virtual writing power hour, and more:https://ifundwomen.com/projects/31082/support/124250#edit-reward-124250Support the show
Today, this is what's important: Being old, generational trauma, catching up with Kyle, the dudes getting snubbed, impersonating the Always Sunny cast, The Emmys, Adam Levine, Halloween weddings, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of The Aligned Podcast, Ali Ofstedal, Quantum Healer, Astrologer, + Mentor downloads eclipse wisdom to help us navigate this powerful time. She describes the current energy climate, and how we can harness the medicine available to us at this time. She discusses her own calling to work with women through ancestral healing, which came from her own female lineage. Where does this eclipse land in your own personal chart, and how can you work with this energy? SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Ali's Mentorship Program: Learn More Jessica Meils - Session Waitlist: Sign up here ------------------------------------ Thank you to everyone who has sent us lovely e-mails, Instagram messages, and reviews. We are so grateful for you! Also, please leave a 5 star rating and review for us on iTunes so that we are more viewable for future listeners. We are appreciate your support and could not do this without you! Let's stay connected! Follow us on Instagram: @thealignedpodcast Email: email@example.com Podcast Hosts | Ali Ofstedal, Intuitive Healer, Astrologer & Mentor | Website: www.aliofstedal.com Instagram: @aliofstedal Work with me: Book A Session Ali's 1:1 Mentorship Program | Jessica Meils, Spiritual Medium, Mentor & Intuitive Healer + Womb Shamanism | Website: www.jessicameils.com Instagram: @peoplecallmejess Work with me: Book A Session Jessica's 1:1 Mentorship Program
Reset sits down with author Stephanie Foo to discuss her memoir What My Bones Know. The book details Foo's struggle with Complex PTSD, a little understood disorder. She explores her childhood trauma, the impact of C-PTSD on her life and others, and how she found recovery.
Todays Guest is Brian Anderson. He is a Husband, father, and co-founder & executive director for Fathering Together, a non-profit empowering dads to be agents for positive change. He has 8 years under his belt with fatherhood and over fifteen years with servant leadership. Today Brian wants to share his message with people and encourage them on their journey of growth. IN this Episode we discus;
October 10th is World Mental Health Day spreading education and awareness on the importance of talking about mental health, and seeking help needed. Centered on this theme, this DACA Series episode is dedicated to sharing about Andrea's personal experience with mental health and generational trauma within her family. We hope that through this personal story you find comfort in knowing that you are meant to be here, there is a purpose for you, and all things are possible through God!Disclaimer: This is a personal story. Trigger warning is advised.Scholarships for Undocumented StudentsVisit: TheDream.us for more information about the scholarships available. Application round starts November 1st, 2022!The National Scholarship & The Opportunity Scholarship is providing up to 80K to cover your tuition, fees, and (room and board) for Bachelor's Degree.Check out the podcast Instagram page @thepricklythingspodcast. Connect with me on the show by sending a DM or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow the Prickly Things PodcastInstagram: @thepricklythingspodcastTik Tok: TPT Podcast
This is an interesting pod episode listeners. I interview six clinicians from the amazing California therapy practice, Salinas Counseling. Salinas Counseling is run by Rosa Salinas, is located in Redlands, CA, and specializes in providing cultural competence for each and every one of their clients first before diving into clinical interventions. We discuss everything from the definition of generational trauma and the decolonization of mental health to movies like Encanto and Turning Red, how gender plays a role in reaching out for help, and how representation in the therapy room matters wayyyy more than some people think it does. I mean 86% of mental health professionals are White. This is a discussion we've been needing to have. Enjoy! In this episode of the HUMAN First podcast, Dr. Courtney discusses: Meeting the 6 members of Salinas Counseling and why they got into the mental health space. Defining generational trauma and decolonization Decolonization of mental health takes in account many other people's cultures Humility is important. Salinas believes “we are not the expert on the person in front of us, but we want to learn.” How movies like Encanto and Turning Red are helping break generational trauma Talking about trauma is so hard when we are taught to do the opposite “family” and the protection of it is more important that truth or healing How gender plays a role in repressing your feelings and later not reaching out for help Reparenting yourself to avoid becoming the parent you had to parent You can love and critique aspects of your culture The military and police culture also impacts how much or how little people believe in therapy The importance of having representation inside the therapy room How you speak, dress, and present yourself can be the difference of feeling welcome or feeling uncomfortable in a space How do we start the process of getting therapy or going to therapy with someone? It only takes one person to break that cycle of generational trauma What it means to be relatability in a world that sets you up to fail 86% of mental health professionals are white The balance between being mindful about disclosure and relating to them to help You don't have to be in a crisis to reach out for therapy You can find Salinas Counseling online at: IG: https://www.instagram.com/salinas_counseling/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/salinascounseling Learn more about Salinas Counseling's offerings at: https://www.salinascounseling.com/ Dr. Courtney Tracy's additional offerings: Instagram: @the.truth.doctor TikTok: @the.truth.doctor Twitter: @_thetruthdoctor Exclusive YouTube Show: The Truth Doctor Show Healing texts: USA & Canada (424) 228-9525 Website: www.thetruthdoctor.com This podcast is not therapy and does not provide personalized clinical advice. The purpose of this podcast is to provide mental health based entertainment and psychoeducation
Dasha's family was controlled by her emotionally invalidating narcissistic dad. It was the cult of her father. And unfortunately for Dasha, she cracked under the pressure of mixed messages, expectations, and keeping herself small. However, a funny thing happened to Dasha while she battled depression, a light burst through those cracks. And Dasha finally began to take the necessary steps to live a life free from the family and her dad's controlling thumb. Brandon talks to Dasha about her narcissistic father and his emotionally incestuous relationship with her Aunt Lena, her views about his abusive romantic relationships, being abandoned by her mom, smear campaigns, mixed messages, emotional invalidation, the cult of family, gossip as currency, depression, stonewalling, finding autonomy, neglect, generational trauma, scapegoats, golden children, family dynamics, competition, financial abuse, animal abuse, perfectionism, being voiceless, not allowing emotions, anxiety, reactive abuse, nitpicking, rejection, suicidal ideation, rage, the silent treatment, lies, gaslighting, eating disorders, breaking free, and much more. *** TRIGGER WARNING - This episode discusses animal abuse and suicidal ideation. *** If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at email@example.com To take a free Enneagram Test, click here. Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource. Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A renowned speaker and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including addiction, stress, and childhood development. Dr. Maté has written several bestselling books, including the award-winning In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction, When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection, and Scattered: How Attention Deficit Disorder Originates and What You Can Do About It. Be sure to check out Gabor's new book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture, that goes on sale 9/13/22!In this episode you will learn,The difference between primary and secondary trauma.The five things every parent needs to do for their children.Why suppressing your anger is doing more harm than good.The parts of yourself you need to integrate to feel whole.For more, go to lewishowes.com/1319Check out Part 1 of Gabor's Interview here! https://link.chtbl.com/1303-podCan You Make Money and Also Be Spiritual? w/ Jay Shetty: https://link.chtbl.com/1298-podWhy Emotional Agility Is The Most Important Skill You Need To Know w/ Susan David: https://link.chtbl.com/1297-pod