Compassion moves guilt and EVERYTHING is an opportunity for compassion, says @drkimderamo. Your body is your teacher AND your healer. Your internal guidance system. Your mind can live in the past and future but your body only lives in now, and now is truth so therefore.... Your surrendering truth to not be abandoned. Your surrendering health along with that truth. You only learn from lessons you pay for. The art of playing through. The self improvement hamster wheel. The 'Fight' against diseases does not heal. Switch guilt/shame for hope/optimism. Ground the body in nature to restore body function, says @clintober. Play by play of @undergaro's recent colonic. RGF Bonus: RGF Retro Matchmaking continues. This week @poojanayyar and @thekelseymeyer weigh in on Tony Manero from #SaturdaynNightFever while their moms weigh in on #JimMorrison. Bye Betches.
Bethany Hart was pregnant when she received a devastating diagnosis. She lost her baby, Hallie, as well as her fertility. Now cancer-free and an advocate for other survivors, Bethany shares how she created the family she'd dreamed about before cancer.
From her Norwalk, Connecticut headquarters Anne Grossman, founder of Rebel Daughter Cookies bakes up much more than cookies. She also bakes up, as her website says, “Women empowerment and giving yourself permission to indulge and savor every bite.” Here's the story behind the cookie. Rebel Daughter was the nickname given to Anne by her Mother. Always pushing the boundaries, always doing what she was told she couldn't do, Anne was really rebelling against any limitations put on her and always urging others to do the same. To not be pigeon-hold or stifled and to flourish as we were all born to do was her mission. She came from a rather conservative family who played by the rules and so asking questions and challenging the status quo made her stand out as rebellious, a trait that would carry through to her company. Started in November, 2019, Rebel Daughter Cookies was the perfect challenge for Anne. Mother of two with absolutely no official culinary background, this impossible, unachievable goal was the perfect ceiling for Anne to break through. And in addition to all those hurdles, COVID hit the company right away. Even though Anne had no formal culinary training, she did grow up in the kitchen cooking and baking with her Mother and Grandmother. It was her curiosity added to her determination that gave her a scientific approach to producing her amazing, indulgent and unique cookie product line. As she says, for some cookies she gets the recipe perfect in three tries, others take 20. Her chocolate chip walnut cookie, for example was born trying different ingredients, adding more of some, less of others and having her husband be the one-person taste panel. After testing cookies about every other day, he said, “This is it, you've got the recipe” and a new cookie was born. Naturally, her cookie recipes “rebel” against the status quo and if go to her website, you will see testimonial after testimonial saying her cookies are far and above the most famous brand names around. There are about 9 or so flavors currently and all sold online. The packaging also reflects the care, craftsmanship and quality of the cookies and is truly stunning. It wasn't easy getting the packaging where it is now, either. Anne started with FedEx boxes, then wanted to improve the looks and searched around for a manufacturer. This was during COVID and of course, everyone had supply problems, delays, shutdowns and the whole story. But Anne persevered and found a west coast company that could produce the quality and quantity she needed in a reasonable timeframe. If you're thinking of a unique gift, you should take a look at her site. The cookies are large and creatively decorated. And for new mothers, there are even three special lactation cookies formulated just for them. Whether or not you are a rebel daughter or have one in your family, order some up and indulge without guilt.
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Guilt and Shame are universal emotions. Guilt is defined as 'I have done something bad.' Shame is seen as 'I am a bad person.' How do you recognize these emotions in your life? How do you move past these emotions? Join us today as we bring awareness to two emotions that no many people talk about. ****** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yournext50podcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/yournext50podcast/ ------------------------ CONNECT WITH SYLVIA OTVOS, Visibility and Business Coach Go to https://so-vibrant.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylviaotvos/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SOVibrantVisibilityCoach ----------------------------------- CONNECT WITH JENNY MITCHELL, Executive Coach and Fundraising Coach Website: https://www.chavender.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/chavender-research-initiatives-inc./about/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JennyChavender
Summary: Michael Simpson was a Christian from birth — but wouldn't consider his Christian experience personal until he found freedom in Christ in adulthood. The pressure to “be a good Christian” was heavy. Shame gripped Michael for over a decade as temptation and the need for affirmation ran rampant but living as a lukewarm Christian allowed Michael to avoid accountability.In a beautiful reveal, God brought Michael out of his captivity — and Michael learned what freedom could be. That's not the end… as the Israelites wandered in the wilderness, Michael fell into former patterns. But that didn't stop God from lovingly pursuing him through blessings and friendships. Praise God that old Michael died — and new Michael has been united with Jesus. Keywords: Lukewarm Christianity / Shame / Lust / Lies / Manipulation / Affirmation / Guilt / Confession / IdentityExternal Resources:Facebook Group: Love Reality | Gospel Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/3768526659826520
In today's show, we're talking to a woman burdened by her mother-in-law's guilt trips and a firefighter-in training wondering how to mentally prepare for the trauma of the job. And we have special guest Rachel Cruze joining us to discuss why people (like her) fall for conspiracy theories. https://peterattiamd.com/conspiracy-theory-theories-july-20-1969/ Lyrics of the Day: "Truth" - New Order Let us know what's going on by leaving a voicemail at 844.693.3291 or visiting johndelony.com/show. Support Our Sponsors: BetterHelp DreamCloud Churchill Mortgage Resources: Own Your Past, Change Your Future Questions for Humans Conversation Cards Redefining Anxiety Quick Read John's Free Guided Meditation Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts anytime, anywhere in our app. Download at: https://apple.co/3eN8jNq These platforms contain content, including information provided by guests, that is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. The content is not intended to replace or substitute for any professional medical, counseling, therapeutic, financial, legal, or other advice. The Lampo Group, LLC d/b/a Ramsey Solutions as well as its affiliates and subsidiaries (including their respective employees, agents and representatives) make no representations or warranties concerning the content and expressly disclaim any and all liability concerning the content including any treatment or action taken by any person following the information offered or provided within or through this show. If you have specific concerns or a situation in which you require professional advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified professional expert and specialist. If you are having a health or mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately.
I Feel Awful welcomes our first guest, Julia Krasniuk. And we are talking about being a leader in emotionally overwhelming times - choosing something outside of guilt. https://www.linkedin.com/in/julia-krasniuk-57129791 www.christinesachscoaching.com www.jumpcoaching.co www.catharinaschneegass.com www.robertkuangcoaching.com/ #ifeelawfulpodcast #Mesientoterriblepodcast #Ichfühlemichfurchtbarpodcast #我感觉很糟糕 #disruptthecomfortable #sachscoaching #jumpcoaching #catharinaschneegasscoaching #robertkyangcoaching #insidejob #executivecoach #leadership #challenges #practice #podcast #microcontent #asianamerican #colombia #germany #china #femalepodcasters #chinesepodcasters #personaldevelopment #leadershipstyle #mindsetshifts #ukraine
Warning: This episode contains uncomfortable and necessary truths that will ultimately set you free. Today we're talking guilt, doubt, and the myth of “enoughness.” None of these plagues are going anywhere, anytime soon. AND we have the opportunity to tap into DFSTAG to take those initially wobbly steps toward strutting into a life we so desire. More good news? You're not alone. We've got a LOT of unlearning to do, but we get to do it together! I'm going to clue you in on the tools to help dig deeper, the questions to ask for clarity, and even throw in a history lesson on why breathing is an important place to start. Are you with me? Resources mentioned: Set a reminder for Grown Up Gap Year Early Bird Access! Get Tiffany in your Inbox! Got a question? Ask Tiffany! Get Tiffany's free Radical Delight Kickstart For detailed show notes head to https://tiffanyhan.com/podcast/
I'm joined by a special guest on today's episode – Julie Lamb. Julie is a licensed therapist and life coach that helps individuals break through their own internal glass ceilings that stop them from reaching the next level in their business and career. Her business has allowed her to not only show her daughters what is possible, but also allowed her to "retire" her husband from corporate America even during the pandemic. Her goal is to show others that the goals they want to achieve are possible and even able to exceed their own expectations. Julie and I talked about building a business your way and working through imposter syndrome. No matter where you're at in your business, I guarantee you'll have more trust in yourself after listening to this interview. We discussed: Finding the solution inside of yourself vs looking for it in others Challenges Julie has faced along the way Guilt that all moms feel for building a business Connect with Julie on Facebook and Instagram. Download Julie's workbook on ways to eliminate imposter syndrome. Connect with me outside the podcast! Join us for the Accelerate Your Freedom challenge. All this week we're creating groups that will bring you clients on demand…anytime, anywhere. If you've ever even thought about starting a Facebook group, this is for you. Continue the conversation in the Market Like a Boss Facebook group. Download Your First 100 Starter Bundle to help you create a Facebook group & add your first 100 members in just 30 days! Listen + Subscribe on ITUNES or STITCHER I'd greatly appreciate a podcast rating and review so that this podcast can reach more women! Search for the podcast in your podcast app (Like a Boss) Scroll down and click 5 stars Tap “Write a Review” & enter a brief review Press send
Steven and Meg are podcasting again after completing 15 concerts and they're glad to be back! Today, they explore guilt tripping and its negative consequences. Steven explains how to avoid taking those long guilt trips. “Kinetic believers, living successfully and free from guilt trips, don't measure their performance of life according to society estimations of being wrong or right. Kinetic believers are moment minded and long-term success is based upon the eternal core of success in the moment. In other words, their thoughts, words and actions are in harmony. For example, if your desires in life are constructed from either self induced guilt trips or negative influencers, you will manifest circumstances that divert your day-to-day life from your purpose for living. Guilt trippers form beliefs by observing negative influencers. The substance of those skewed imaginations stagnate, reduce and diminish life. Sickness and disease also result from diminishment. One who's living with confidence in their original purpose, not only successfully manifests healing and strength for their bodies, but advance prosperity, peace joy and happiness in every area of life. A vision of perfected health, perfected wealth and vitality is imagined with clarity and absent from guilt tripping. What's really cool and a great confidence builder, is that quantum physics has revealed that every single human being, every creative creator, while having a natural experience on the earth, has a built-in advantage. Regardless of how big ones vision, imagination and aspiration may be, each person has the substance of belief necessary to manifest their best life.” Connect with Steven Canyon: Text “KINETIC" to 844-844-0049 Website - https://stevencanyon.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/stevencanyon/ Clubhouse - @stevencanyon and @megancanyon Facebook - https://facebook.com/stevencanyonco Update Description
As stated in the intro of the show I'm offering 40% off throughout the month of May for a 4-pack of one on one coaching sessions. Head over to www.nicobarraza.com to learn more and book.This week's guest doesn't need an introduction but I'm going to give him one anyways, Mark Groves has built a following with his straight to the point self-help and relationship advice. Starting the Mark Groves Podcast and @CreateTheLove years ago where he has engaged with some of the brightest minds in the understanding of self, love, life, and purpose.Today, Mark is a human connection specialist, speaker, writer, motivator, creator, connector and collaborator. All. The. Things. As a bridge between the academic and the human, Mark invites people to explore the good, bad, downright ugly, and beautiful sides of connection.As he puts it: “My brain and heart are home to a lot of relationship nerding-out. Here's the deepest truth I (currently) know: I'm not here to eff around on this planet during this lifetime. I don't want to ‘kinda' do things. I am here to rock the boat. I'm here to share my truth.”Mark's purpose? Empowering individuals to step into their power, transform the way they relate to themselves and others, and create authentic change – for a life + love they'll look back on with a resounding “f*ck yes.”Learn more and connect with Mark via his websites https://markgroves.com/ https://createthelove.com/You can tune into the Mark Groves Podcast anywhere you listen to podcasts and follow him on social media @CreateTheLove. He is also a co-founder of the Mine'd app which you can learn more about on Instagram @doyouminedI hope you enjoy this conversation with Mark. Until next week!Warmly,Nico Barraza
Feel guilty for wanting to take a vacation, but stressed out about spending too much time in the clinic? It's like you can't win... That's where this podcast comes in - listen as I discuss how to create an even work, life balance and OVERCOME the guilt that comes with being a business owner. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Read more Marketing Tips Articles: www.paulgough.com/category/paul-gough-blog/ Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for Daily Videos: www.youtube.com/channel/UCFRPdBgTAvHlMrZjBRdxFuQ Check out Paul's No.1 Best Selling Physical Therapy Business Books: www.paulgoughbooks.com
We're back! Maybe! Or Maybe Not! Only time (and our fragile mental health) will tell. There has been a lot that's changed for both AJ and Bronwen, and they intend to dig through all the nonsense and garbage moments for your listening pleasure. This week, AJ catches us up on 3 out of the last 14 months, and both hosts lament the lack of fan mail during their year-long hiatus. Follow us on the socials!@shamecast_official@bronwen_gale_art@AJ_stalloni_artDrop us a line! firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
Main point: God's Word helps the believer to understand guilt and know how to deal with it biblically through genuine repentance.
Have you ever experienced teacher guilt? Chances are that you have because it is very real and very common. The truth is, teachers have such big hearts! We want to help everyone. Whether that's our team, our admin, our students, or their families, we are always there, even if it's at the expense of our own happiness or our time with our family. Teacher guilt is often the result of things like the pressure to not let anyone down, not wanting our team to think we are lazy, or not wanting to add on any work for anyone else. Sound familiar? We are so worried about everyone else, but what about us? What can we do to overcome that? In this episode of Real Teach Talk, I'm sharing how you can conquer teacher guilt for good.You can choose teacher guilt or you can choose family guilt because by saying yes to everything the admin asks of you, you are saying no to your family and mental health. Do you really want to do all those extra tasks? You might be surprised about what actually happens when you start prioritizing yourself. Tune into this episode to learn more about why it's time to start prioritizing yourself, setting boundaries, and why saying no to extra tasks may actually pay off in the long run. I would love to connect on Facebook: facebook.com/EasyTeachingTools & Instagram: instagram.com/easyteachingtools!Resources Mentioned:Join the Easy Teaching Tools Primary Teachers Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/easyteachingtoolsprimaryteachers/Join the 3 PM Teacher Training Waitlist: https://easy-teaching-tools.ck.page/4af1eee7e9Show notes available at easyteachingtools.com/episode2
Let me perceive forgiveness as it is. Let us review the meaning of "forgive," for it is apt to be distorted and to be perceived as something that entails an unfair sacrifice of righteous wrath, a gift unjustified and undeserved, and a complete denial of the truth. In such a view, forgiveness must be seen as mere eccentric folly, and this course appear to rest salvation on a whim. This twisted view of what forgiveness means is easily corrected, when you can accept the fact that pardon is not asked for what is true. It must be limited to what is false. It is irrelevant to everything except illusions. Truth is God's creation, and to pardon that is meaningless. All truth belongs to Him, reflects His laws and radiates His Love. Does this need pardon? How can you forgive the sinless and eternally benign? The major difficulty that you find in genuine forgiveness on your part is that you still believe you must forgive the truth, and not illusions. You conceive of pardon as a vain attempt to look past what is there; to overlook the truth, in an unfounded effort to deceive yourself by making an illusion true. This twisted viewpoint but reflects the hold that the idea of sin retains as yet upon your mind, as you regard yourself. Because you think your sins are real, you look on pardon as deception. For it is impossible to think of sin as true and not believe forgiveness is a lie. Thus is forgiveness really but a sin, like all the rest. It says the truth is false, and smiles on the corrupt as if they were as blameless as the grass; as white as snow. It is delusional in what it thinks it can accomplish. It would see as right the plainly wrong; the loathsome as the good. Pardon is no escape in such a view. It merely is a further sign that sin is unforgivable, at best to be concealed, denied or called another name, for pardon is a treachery to truth. Guilt cannot be forgiven. If you sin, your guilt is everlasting. Those who are forgiven from the view their sins are real are pitifully mocked and twice condemned; first, by themselves for what they think they did, and once again by those who pardon them. It is sin's unreality that makes forgiveness natural and wholly sane, a deep relief to those who offer it; a quiet blessing where it is received. It does not countenance illusions, but collects them lightly, with a little laugh, and gently lays them at the feet of truth. And there they disappear entirely. Forgiveness is the only thing that stands for truth in the illusions of the world. It sees their nothingness, and looks straight through the thousand forms in which they may appear. It looks on lies, but it is not deceived. It does not heed the self-accusing shrieks of sinners mad with guilt. It looks on them with quiet eyes, and merely says to them, "My brother, what you think is not the truth." The strength of pardon is its honesty, which is so uncorrupted that it sees illusions as illusions, not as truth. It is because of this that it becomes the undeceiver in the face of lies; the great restorer of the simple truth. By its ability to overlook what is not there, it opens up the way to truth, which has been blocked by dreams of guilt. Now are you free to follow in the way your true forgiveness opens up to you. For if one brother has received this gift of you, the door is open to yourself. There is a very simple way to find the door to true forgiveness, and perceive it open wide in welcome. When you feel that you are tempted to accuse someone of sin in any form, do not allow your mind to dwell on what you think he did, for that is self-deception. Ask instead, "Would I accuse myself of doing this?" Thus will you see alternatives for choice in terms that render choosing meaningful, and keep your mind as free of guilt and pain as God Himself intended it to be, and as it is in truth. It is but lies that would condemn. In truth is innocence the only thing there is. Forgiveness stands between illusions and the truth; between the world you see and that which lies beyond; between the hell of guilt and Heaven's gate. Across this bridge, as powerful as Love which laid its blessing on it, are all dreams of evil and of hatred and attack brought silently to truth. They are not kept to swell and bluster, and to terrify the foolish dreamer who believes in them. He has been gently wakened from his dream by understanding what he thought he saw was never there. And now he cannot feel that all escape has been denied to him. He does not have to fight to save himself. He does not have to kill the dragons which he thought pursued him. Nor need he erect the heavy walls of stone and iron doors he thought would make him safe. He can remove the ponderous and useless armor made to chain his mind to fear and misery. His step is light, and as he lifts his foot to stride ahead a star is left behind, to point the way to those who follow him. Forgiveness must be practiced, for the world cannot perceive its meaning, nor provide a guide to teach you its beneficence. There is no thought in all the world that leads to any understanding of the laws it follows, nor the Thought that it reflects. It is as alien to the world as is your own reality. And yet it joins your mind with the reality in you. Today we practice true forgiveness, that the time of joining be no more delayed. For we would meet with our reality in freedom and in peace. Our practicing becomes the footsteps lighting up the way for all our brothers, who will follow us to the reality we share with them. That this may be accomplished, let us give a quarter of an hour twice today, and spend it with the Guide Who understands the meaning of forgiveness, and was sent to us to teach it. Let us ask of Him: Let me perceive forgiveness as it is. Then choose one brother as He will direct, and catalogue his "sins," as one by one they cross your mind. Be certain not to dwell on any one of them, but realize that you are using his "offenses" but to save the world from all ideas of sin. Briefly consider all the evil things you thought of him, and each time ask yourself, "Would I condemn myself for doing this?" Let him be freed from all the thoughts you had of sin in him. And now you are prepared for freedom. If you have been practicing thus far in willingness and honesty, you will begin to sense a lifting up, a lightening of weight across your chest, a deep and certain feeling of relief. The time remaining should be given to experiencing the escape from all the heavy chains you sought to lay upon your brother, but were laid upon yourself. Forgiveness should be practiced through the day, for there will still be many times when you forget its meaning and attack yourself. When this occurs, allow your mind to see through this illusion as you tell yourself: Let me perceive forgiveness as it is. Would I accuse myself of doing this? I will not lay this chain upon myself. In everything you do remember this: No one is crucified alone, and yet no one can enter Heaven by himself.- Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles, Lesson 134
Hey Y'all! It has been a crazy couple of months for ol' Jimbob (lots of life stuff) so this episode was recorded a little while back and is finally making it to your ear holes. It is still hilarious though! Jim and Pat get deep and talk about toxic family traits, religion, being drunk at concerts and the POV of Jesus Christ himself. There is also so much more! We always appreciate the patience and for everyone to not let us fall into the deep dark realm of obscurity so enjoy and POD ON.
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The word racism carries a heavy burden, and the thought of dismantling it has even more weight. Our guest today, Rev. Dr. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery tackles this subject with finesse and instills hope that it is possible to achieve racial equity. She leads the charge against fear, guilt, and shame that often comes with addressing racism. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery is an ordained minister and licensed psychologist who invites people into transformation through the journey of sacred intelligence: tapping into one's internal source to make intelligent choices that manifest the good of humanity. She helps leaders discover how their sphere of influence can change the status quo and dismantle racism. She is the author of Sacred Intelligence: The Essence of Sacred, Selfish & Shared Relationships and her new book is titled: Dismantling Racism: Healing Separation from the Inside Out. Rev. Dr. Curry Avery is the pastor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, MA and the host of Dismantle Racism on talkradio.nyc. Visit https://www.sacredintelligence.com. Get the book "Dismantling Racism" at https://amzn.to/3wQ5TXv. Check out Sister Jenna's new book, Meditation: Intimate Experiences with the Divine through Contemplative Practices. Listen to the Om Shanti album by Sister Jenna on Spotify. Visit www.americameditating.org and if you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us.
Around Missed Workouts and Challenging Beliefs with Paul Dermody This episode first aired 23 Sep 2019 Want to get my weekly newsletter? https://briankeanefitness.com/newsletter/ Paul Dermody joins me for today's Q+A format episode. It's a bounce-back fly on the wall conversation based around the questions below. We take turns answering and then bounce back and forth to add more context to why we think or believe it is that way. Enjoy. If you could eradicate one product/craze/fad/person from the fitness space, what would it be? Successfully lost weight but now I keep binging badly, tips to stay on track and maintain? How to get over the guilt of missing a workout, I think I might be addicted? Who do you follow or watch for mindset inspiration? What is the number 1 thin you do every day without fail?
This podcast by Cindy Jacob Southworth, an AACC Certified Relationship Coach and part of the Women World Leaders Leadership team, teaches us about why boundaries are important and the symptoms we may suffer when we don't set and keep boundaries in our relationships. ******** Welcome to Celebrating God's Grace, a Women World Leaders Podcast. I am your host Cindy Jacob Southworth, an AACC certified relationship coach with Breakwater Ministries and part of the Women World Leaders leadership team, and I am coming to you from Cindy's Porch. Today I want to talk to you about why boundaries are so important, but first, let's go to God in prayer. Father God, you are a good good Father. Speak to our hearts today about identifying our gifts and talents and using them in a way that is pleasing to you dear Lord. Help us to overcome the roadblocks that keep us from setting boundaries in our relaitonships. Show us your way today Father, in Jesus' name, Amen. On my previous podcast I talked about setting and keeping Boundaries in Relationships. I want to continue that conversation today to help you understand why boundaries are so important. I want to help you identify symptoms you may be having because you are not setting and keeping healthy boundaries. “For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” Ephesians 2:10 (NLT) God will set us on a path according to our gifts and talents. When we know what those gifts and talents are, we don't have to conform to the pressures around us. We can say “No” to the things that aren't utilizing our gifts and talents and say “Yes” to the things that do. When we have boundary problems, it conflicts with the path God has for us for our gifts and talents. A God-given desire becomes our passion. “In his grace, God has given us different gifts for doing certain things well. So if God has given you the ability to prophesy, speak out with as much faith as God has given you. If your gift is serving others, serve them well. If you are a teacher, teach well. If your gift is to encourage others, be encouraging. If it is giving, give generously. If God has given you leadership ability, take the responsibility seriously. And if you have a gift for showing kindness to others, do it gladly.” Romans 12:6-8 (NLT) Functional Symptoms when Boundaries are not kept (check all that apply): We will often see the following symptoms in a person who is not utilizing their gifts appropriately or setting boundaries so that they can operate in their gifts: _____ The inability of someone to complete a goal, or task. I lack follow-through. _____ Extreme disorganization. Boundaries have to do with internal structure. If I don't have good limits in my life, then I will become very unstructured. _____ Low energy. This leads to burnout. I'm doing what I'm compelled to do, and not doing what I feel called to do. _____ Problems of concentration. An intrusion in my mind – I start to focus, and I just can't stay there. So many things are taking up space on the inside. There's no mental space to work. Perhaps you are doing too many things; this limits your ability to do a few things well. We have to say “no” to the busy so we can say “yes” to our passions. “You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don't give reluctantly or in response to pressure. ‘For God loves a person who gives cheerfully.'” 2 Corinthians 9:7 (NLT) You have to say “no” to the good things, so you can do the best things. Clinical Symptoms of Boundary Problems (check all that apply): _____ Depression. Hope deferred makes the heart sick. _____ A state of loss. We lose a sense of self and we actually feel grief. _____ A feeling of resentment. We experience toxic physical symptoms. _____ Feelings of rage. We explode because we feel cornered. _____ Obsessive-compulsive problems. _____ Compulsive behaviors (over-eating, drinking, etc). “A person without self-control is like a city with broken-down walls.” Proverbs 25:28 (NLT) What does a boundary do? Boundaries keep good things in, and bad things out. Boundaries keep the love of God in and keeps out what people may want to take away from you. Boundaries help us to withdraw. In some situations, you may be overwhelmed. Boundaries help us to know when something is wrong or evil. Boundaries function as a protection of freedom. The person who feels controlled by others feels like a slave. They don't make the choices that are right for them for fear of letting someone else down. What does a boundary look like? There are different kinds of boundaries. Personal boundaries. These boundaries focus on your personal space, and physical safety. It includes your preferences for touch, like who gets to hold your hand, or hug you, who gets to be physically intimate with you and how much. It includes how much time we will spend with others vs. with ourselves, taking care of ourselves. Emotional boundaries. This is your ability to empathize with others without being consumed. It requires us to have boundaries with our time. It's ok to walk in another person's shoes, but we must know when to step out of their shoes. We can't allow their emotional stuff to affect our emotions, so we have to learn how to detach. Also included here are topics that you decide you don't want to talk about regarding your own personal relationships. Some things that are talked about between husband and wife need to remain between husband and wife. Cognitive boundaries. This is your ability to hold on to your own beliefs and thoughts, without changing them for other people. As Christians, this means that we don't compromise what we know the word of God is telling us about maintaining our principles. Included here are conversational boundaries – we get to decide what topics we will discuss with others and which ones we won't. Hot topics are those that center around religion, politics, and sexuality. It is ok to refrain from topics that you don't feel comfortable talking about. Environmental boundaries. This is our ability to share our physical space with others. We determine who gets to go into our drawers, use our hairbrush, get something from our purse, or use our cell phone. We decide who we might share our passwords with or have access to our personal information. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Why is a boundary important? If you want to accomplish the BIG MISSION in your life, you are going to have to say NO to people. We need to say NO to protect the stewardship of our time, talents, and resources. People who have good boundaries say NO when they need to say NO. Sometimes we have to say NO to the good so we can say YES to what's best. “I'm so busy” is heard frequently by those who do not keep boundaries. They are giving themselves away to “empty calorie” people. In the meantime, they are not reaching their personal or professional goals. They often can't define their mission… but they are BUSY. What are the obstacles that keep us from having boundaries? The fear of loss of relationship. If I set limits or disappoint you, then I will lose the relationship. “As long as you stay around, I'll never tell you no.” The fear of conflict. We engage in “conflict avoidance.” We fear their anger. We are people pleasers. We want people to be happy with us, so we choose their happiness over our own. We allow them to guilt-trip us and manipulate us so we don't have to fear their disappointment or rejection. Guilt is the gift that keeps on giving. We don't set boundaries because we don't want to feel the guilt. “I'm afraid I will damage you if I say no”. “I'll discourage you if I say No.” “If I say no, they will get depressed.” “A person without self-control is like a city with broken-down walls.” Proverbs 25:28 (NLT) The most essential tool that you have is the ability to say Yes and No. Remember that when you are saying YES to something, you are saying NO to something else. Make sure that you aren't always saying NO to your own personal needs in favor of other people. People will get disappointed and even angry when you don't do what they want you to do. That's because they have their own agenda. You can't allow their anger to control you. Boundaries are designed to take care of you. They are designed for you to exercise self-care. When we think of self-care, the first thing that comes to mind is our eating habits and exercise, but self-care is much more than that. Self-care is how you treat yourself. It includes balance in your life, rest, relaxation, and companionship. Self-care can be really hard, and often we don't exercise healthy self-care until something pushes our limits to the breaking point. Our inner compass will keep saying NO so we can say YES to ourselves. We just need to listen to our inner compass - The Holy Spirit. We discover that other people can take care of the things that we thought only we could take care of, but there is only one person who can take care of me – and that is me. Focus on choosing your responsibilities and limit your time. Ask yourself: Is this really my responsibility? Can someone else do this? Am I about to say Yes to something that the person is fully capable of doing themselves? Do you do something you love each day? Make a list of the things you love to do, and make sure you are making time to do those things. We all have things that we must do, things we want to do, and then things we love to do. Make sure you keep a balance of the three. Reach out and build a web of resources. Find people who will support you. I would love to hear from you, so drop me an email at Cindysporch@gmail.com Send me your ideas for relationship advice. Thank you so much for joining us today—as we celebrate God's grace in our lives, in this ministry, and the world! Join us each Monday, Wednesday and Friday as we explore together God's extravagant love and your courageous purpose. Visit our website at www.womenworldleaders.com to submit a prayer request, and support the ministry. Don't forget to sign up for a free subscription to our Voice Of Truth Magazine. Check out upcoming events in June 2022 in south Florida. From His heart to yours, we are Women World Leaders. All content is copyrighted by Women World Leaders and cannot be used without express written consent.
Scoot talks to Dr. Roy Salgado from the University of Holy Cross Mental Health Counseling Department about the importance of treating mental health like we treat our physical health, and about destigmatizing therapy and other treatments
Athena and Mims create a safe space for considering the fears and concerns that go hand in hand with parenting. What are the voices within in those scary unpredictable moments and how do we surface from the darkness with grace? Reach out with Torn Moments or Mends to firstname.lastname@example.org - Listen, Follow, Subscribe and Share the podcast. @tornmlb on IG, Facebook and Twitter. Choose Grace, Torn Tribe! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/torn/message
This week's episode is unlike any other episode we've ever aired to date. Coleen is a wife, mother to seven, former operations manager, author, motivational speaker, and more. Her whole life was turned upside down a few years back when her 25 year old daughter was hit by a car in freak Los Angeles traffic accident. After suffering major brain injuries and a brutal road to recovery, this mother and daughter duo inspire people to never give up, teach them how to deal with grief, guilt, and anger, and how to not only deal with life's hardships, but recover, grow, and prosper. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to this weeks episode of the Remarkable People Podcast, the Colleen and Lauren Murphy story! GUEST BIO: Colleen Murphy is a wife, mother of seven, author, and public speaker. In 2013, tragedy struck Colleen's family when her second oldest daughter, Lauren, was hit by a car and suffered severe brain damage. Colleen's main focus became helping piece Lauren back together again. With the help of specialists from all over the country, her family and friends, as well as her strong faith, she was able to do just that. Today, Colleen and Lauren speak together as a team, inspiring thousands of people by sharing the details of Lauren's tragic accident, never-give-up attitude, and miraculous recovery. Colleen lives just outside of St. Louis, Missouri with her husband Dave. She spends her free time fielding countless phone calls from her children as they deal with the challenges of adulting and assisting her husband via FaceTime as he struggles to find things at the grocery store. EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video Guide SHOW NOTES, GUEST CONTACT INFO, SPECIAL OFFERS, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Guest Contact Info:Website: https://murphysdontquit.com Facebook: Lauren Murphy Recovery PageInstagram: @murrphysdontquitGuest Special Offer(s):Resources Mentioned: EPISODE CORE THEMES, KEYWORDS, & MENTIONS:Irish Catholic family, hit by a car, New York City marathon, brain damage, physical therapy, patience, OCD, anxiety, laugh, good sense of humor, community, prayer, thankfulness, perspective, never be satisfied, keep moving forward, neuro fatigue, aphasia HOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST:Subscribe, Rate, & Review us on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite Podcast PlayerShare the podcast or specific episodes with your family, friends, and co-workersSponsor an Episode or Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you and people like you around the world!HAVE A QUESTION?Click Here to Connect with David THE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER: While we are very thankful for all of our guests, please understand that we do not necessarily hold, or endorse the same beliefs, views, and positions that they may have. We respectfully agree to disagree in some areas and thank God for the blessing and privilege of free will.Support the show
When we get through painful experiences, both in our lives and in our work, how do we tend to look back on those experiences? This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy discuss how we can begin to see failure as a necessity, and look back on difficult moments with gratitude instead of shame.
Hebrews 2:5-9Andrew and Edwin take a look at the sacrifice, atonement, and propitiation Jesus offered. In a very real sense, He died so we don't have to. He did this for you. Praise the Lord!Read the written devo that goes along with this episode by clicking here. Let us know what you are learning or any questions you have. Email us at TextTalk@ChristiansMeetHere.org. Join the Facebook community and join the conversation by clicking here. We'd love to meet you. Be a guest among the Christians who meet on Livingston Avenue. Click here to find out more. Michael Eldridge sang all four parts of our theme song. Find more from him by clicking here. Thanks for talking about the text with us today.________________________________________________If the hyperlinks do not work, copy the following addresses and paste them into the URL bar of your web browser: Daily Written Devo: https://readthebiblemakedisciples.wordpress.com/?p=9657The Christians Who Meet on Livingston Avenue: http://www.christiansmeethere.org/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TalkAboutTheTextFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texttalkMichael Eldridge: https://acapeldridge.com/
Today, Lisa Welsher, Founder of Empowered by Emotions, joins us to talk about emotional intelligence and how we navigate through our emotions. Among many other thought-provoking revelations, Lisa affirms that emotions are neutral and that there is no such thing as negative emotions.For more than 30 years, Lisa worked with multiple Fortune 500 companies, like Goldman Sachs, Sony, TacoBell, Mcdonald's, and Merck, helping them improve their teams' performances. In March 2020, Lisa founded Empowered by Emotions to empower people with master-level emotional intelligence.Our conversation revolves around using emotional intelligence to generate positive responses from our teams at work and our families at home. Lisa describes and explains the three possible reactions to emotions, what she means when she affirms that negative emotions don't exist, and how to engage with our emotions to get the best out of them. We also talk about fear and anxiety, guilt and shame, and the three myths around emotions. Some Questions I Ask: Tell us about your journey from being a management consultant to Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years and then owning a software company to the point where you focus on emotional intelligence? (3:25)Explain a little more about what engaging with your emotions means or what it looks like (7:42)How can we be more emotionally intelligent at our jobs and at home? (30:36)In This Episode, You Will Learn:The benefits of learning to engage with our emotions (6:42)What are the three responses to emotions (11:03)There is an emotion behind every action we take (14:36)How engaging with our emotions look like. A practical example (25:35)How we can use emotional intelligence to shape our kids' bahevior (36:16)Guilt is good. It helps build our morals (43:05)Resources:Empowered by Emotions websiteBook: Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQConnect with Lisa: LinkedInLet's Connect!WebsiteLinkedInInstagram FacebookEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Parenthood is all about making choices. Deciding on formula or breastfeeding, which brand of diapers are best for my baby or what foods should they be eating. These choices can leave us all wondering if we're doing the right thing for our kids. Tune in this week on Me Before Mom as Bert talks about a struggle all moms deal with on different levels, "Mom Guilt".Matriarch Digital Media (matriarchdm.com) produces this and other podcasts that understand, encourage and uplift women.
As each of us goes deeper on our journey toward healing and transformation it is also necessary for us to go deeper in our relationship with God.Each Tuesday we will dig into another scripture and allow God to help us to get to know more about his character, our relationship with him, and how his word can be applied to our healing journeys.In today's episode, we will be talking about how to allow God to free you from unhealthy guilt in your process of healing from narcissistic abuse. Want to learn more?http://www.ronicacormier.com
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Cognitive Distortions - Should Statements - How the "shoulds" are keeping you in a cycle of guilt, shame, anxiety, inadequacy, and depression, and how to reframe this toxic thought pattern PSYCHOLOGY & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: In today's episode, we talk about "should statements" - they are the seemingly harmless things we tell ourselves in our mind that are connected to what we think we SHOULD be doing or MUST do, that we are not. This self-pressure not only does NOT motivate us, but instead lowers our self-esteem and fills us with negative emotions. We will discuss the very simple way we can break this habit and re-claim control of our lives and choices. I hope you find it healing and helpful!✧ If you haven't already, please subscribe to our channel where we cover all topics having to do with self-growth and emotional well-being such as anxiety relief and management, mindfulness, psychology, philosophy, personality theory, forgiving ourselves, overcoming procrastination, moving forward, positivity, self-care and acceptance, taking inspired action, mental health, living in the moment, motivation, cultivating joy and much more! Thanks so much!
In today's episode, we discuss the importance of rest and overcoming homemaker guilt on the days when your to-do list is more ambitious than your energy levels. Thank you for tuning in! MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Red Leaf Coffee DAILY DELIGHTS Shannon- Drybar Detox Dry Shampoo Vanessa- Magnesium Baths using Ancient Minerals Magnesium Flakes Shannon's Instagram @shan.vantrease Nessa's Instagram @nessa.black
Ryan talks about why guilt doesn't help.Magic Spoon is an adult version of what you loved as a kid—without the sugar, carbs, or guilt. Go to magicspoon.com/DAILYDAD to grab a variety pack and try it today. Use our promo code DAILYDAD at checkout to save five dollars off your order.Sign up for the Daily Dad email: DailyDad.com Follow Daily Dad: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Tricia (also known online as Your Joyologist) is an ex rock-and-roll roadie and current life coach, podcast host, author, and speaker who I've known for at least a decade now. We chat about all the ways it's unhealthy to hold ourselves to “shoulds” instead of acting on our true wants. If you sometimes struggle with shame, guilt, and rumination over what you could have done differently in the past, Tricia has some advice for you. Find the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/401