How do we reconnect with our loved ones, and ourselves, during times of global crisis? On this episode, Dr. Solomon is joined by renowned psychotherapist and author Esther Perel to puzzle through this pressing question. You may recognize Esther's voice from her celebrated TED talks, which have garnered more than 30 million views. Her bestselling books delve into topics of desire, infidelity, and sustaining mystery and excitement in long-term relationships. Together, Esther and Alexandra address a nuanced listener question about whether to move forward with a relationship that has fallen flat during the COVID-19 lockdown. They also share information about Esther's upcoming conference, Sessions Live, which is dedicated to therapists, coaches, and other professionals who help people navigate the complexities of modern relationships. Reimagining Love listeners can get a discount on their Sessions Live ticket by using the code “reimagininglove” at checkout: https://sessions.estherperel.com/sessions-live-2021Mentioned in this episode:Terry Real:https://terryreal.com/UCSF burnout study:https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2021/04/420231/frontline-health-workers-across-us-faced-unique-stressors-during-covid-19The Wild Edge of Sorrow by Francis Weller:https://bookshop.org/books/the-wild-edge-of-sorrow-rituals-of-renewal-and-the-sacred-work-of-grief/9781583949764Adam Grant on Languishinghttps://www.ted.com/talks/adam_grant_how_to_stop_languishing_and_start_finding_flowLisa Fortuna:https://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm/profile/lisa-fortuna/Rachel Botsman:https://rachelbotsman.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Live your life the way you want to. Manage stress better. Be more resilient and enjoy meaningful relationships and better health. We all want that. Such life leads to better choices, better jobs, loving romantic partners, more rewarding careers, and decisions that are fully aligned with our aims. What stops us from getting all that is the complexity of our brain and the complicated way in which the external world comes together. The misalignment between the internal states we experience and the external circumstances we encounter often leads to confusion, a lack of clarity in our thinking and actions that are not consistent with our professed values. David Amerland's new book Intentional is a game plan. It helps us connect the pieces of our mind to the pieces of our life. It shows us how to map what we feel to what has caused those feelings. It helps us understand what affects us and what effects it has on us. It makes it possible for us to determine what we want, why we want it, and what we need to do to get it. Resources mentioned in this episode: Intentional: How To Live, Love, Work and Play Meaningfully The Sniper Mind: Eliminate Fear, Deal with Uncertainty, and Make Better Decisions Find out more at DavidAmerland.com. The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.
Discover why you can't heal without a spiritually connected loving adult, and what to do when you get triggered into your ego wounded self. Becoming a trustworthy loving adult is essential for healing yourself and your relationships, and you become trustworthy as you learn to love yourself and share your love with others.
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Podcast 265: An Extreme Leech Phobia: Once Bitten, Twice Shy! Today's podcast features the treatment of an extreme leech phobia in real time, using live leeches. Dr. Danielle Kamis, a clinical psychiatrist practicing in Los Altos, California, is our courageous patient, and Dr. Matthew May, a frequent guest on the Feeling Good Podcast, conducts the treatment, while David and Rhonda observe and comment. If you ever saw the famous Humphrey Bogart movie, “African Queen,” you know how terrifying leeches can be. But why in the world would anyone working in downtown Los Altos, California, need or want treatment for a leech phobia? Danielle is an extremely brave and adventuresome young professional woman who loves traveling to remote places around the world (Danielle is an extremely brave and adventuresome young professional woman who loves traveling to remote places around the world. She has had a keen interest in global health work and has spent a significant amount of time doing research with indigenous population in the pre-Andes mountains of Argentina. She has also spent time living with tribes deep in the Amazon forest as well as the jungles of Sumatra. These experiences have transported her back in time to better understand the core components of humans in our most natural state. She described a terrifying experience while exploring in a jungle in Sumatra, where the leeches not only invade the water, but can also drop onto you from trees. After hiking through the beautiful, lush landscape for some time, Danielle began screaming and sobbing in terror when she noticed that her foot was bleeding because of a leech that had just detached itself. This was understandably embarrassing, and she realized that she needed to overcome this fear before going on another jungle adventure. In today's therapy session live leeches will be placed on Danielle's skin, and she will be encouraged to surrender to the anxiety and make it as intense as possible, rather than running away or trying to control or avoid it. This is an extreme form of exposure called “flooding.” It can be incredibly effective, and often works quickly, but requires great courage on the part of the patient and therapist, as well as a high degree of therapist skill. To prepare for today's exposure session, Danielle obtained four live leeches, which she kept at her apartment. She said that even looking at the leeches slithering around in the water and thinking about them biting her made her fear instantly jump to 9.5 on a scale from 0 (not at all) to 10 (the most intense anxiety). She asked Matt if he'd be willing to do the leech exposure first. Matt agreed, since we never ask our patients to do anything that we wouldn't do, ourselves. This modeling by a trusted friend or therapist can be a useful tool in the treatment of anxiety. Danielle carefully removed one of the leeches with a spoon and placed it on Matt's forearm. After crawling around for a minute or so, the leech attached itself and begin to engorge itself on Matt's blood. Danielle watched in fascination and fear, and then it was her turn. She bravely placed a second leech on her forearm. She was afraid it was going to be extremely painful, but was surprised when it was just a mild feeling of sandpaper on her skin. Over a period of about ten or fifteen minutes, with episodes of nausea and profuse sweating, Danielle's anxiety gradually dropped from 9.5 at the start all the way to 1, and she felt triumphant. You can see some photos and videos of the session here, including our lunch prior to the session at the Phoa Cabin in downtown Los Altos. It is a favorite local spot that features tremendously tasty Vietnamese food. (LINK) Teaching points in today's TEAM-CBT session include the following: Avoidance is one of the major causes of all forms of anxiety. When you avoid or try to escape from your fears, they will always intensify. Exposure is a powerful treatment tool for anxiety, but is not a treatment per se, and there are many additional tools with powerful anti-anxiety effects. I (David) use at least 40 tools in the treatment of anxiety, but exposure must always be included in the mix. It is probably impossible to cure any form of anxiety without exposure. All patients and most therapists resist and fear exposure. Patients fear exposure because of the intense anxiety they must endure and their belief that something terrible will happen if they don't avoid their fear, and most therapists are also afraid that the patient is too fragile, or the procedure is too extreme, and something terrible will happen. However, I (David) have never had a bad outcome when using exposure. I am convinced that poor therapy skills, and not exposure, cause negative outcomes in the treatment of anxiety. Excellent empathy is extremely important in treatment of Anxiety. Danielle mentioned the importance of her trust in Matt, and in his modeling of the exposure in the treatment. I (David) strongly agree with this, as I have had to use exposure in the treatment of my own fears and phobias and have also benefitted from doing exposure with someone I trust and admire. Once you've beaten a phobia, and no longer fear the thing that once caused terror, fears have a way of creeping back in, especially if you do not continue to face the thing our feared. To prevent this, ongoing exposure is needed. Although Dr. May treated Danielle for this problem successfully in the past, Danielle's intense fear of leeches had returned during the COVID pandemic. While some form of relapse is almost always inevitable, the good news is that facing your fear frequently can massively reduce the frequency and intensity of relapses. Danielle seemed pleased with her session and agreed to do ongoing exposure on her own every day with the leeches as homework. The next day, we received this email from Danielle. Hello! I had a fantastic time yesterday with you and I am so grateful for all of your support and guidance. Thank you so much for taking the time to help me overcome my fear and help others do the same! It was so wonderful and special seeing you all again in person. Here are some awesome photos from the session as well as our lunch at the Phoa Cabin, and this link contains two videos. Rhonda, Danielle, Matt, and David
“Conversation means being able to disagree and still continue the discussion." ― Dwight MacDonald Is it possible that rather than avoiding discussions around faith and spirituality, we might actually benefit from choosing to listen, prod, ask, debate, disagree and have healthy, constructive and mutually enriching conversations together?
“Residential segregation not only affects opportunity, it alters politics”. That's one of the claims of my guest today, Georgetown scholar Sheryll Cashin. In this episode, we discuss Cashin's new book, titled White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality. She describes her own upbringing as a daughter of civil rights activists and how this has animated her own work; how affluent white spaces are not only separate to low-poverty areas, but require them; the group of people she calls Descendants, whose ancestors were enslaved, and who live today in low-opportunity spaces; and what it means for white people to have “cultural dexterity”. We end up talking about what love has to do with pretty much all of this. Sheryll Cashin Sheryll Cashin is a Professor of Law, Civil Rights and Social Justice at Georgetown University working on topics including race relations and inequality in the United States. She is the author of several books and numerous articles including commentary for the New York Times, the Washington Post, and is currently serving as a contributing editor to Politico. Cashin is also a board member of the Poverty and Race Research Action Council. Previously, she was a law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and worked in the Clinton administration as an advisor on urban and economic policy. More Cashin In this episode, we discuss Cashin's new book, titled “White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality” Cashin is a contributing editor of Politico Magazine, and she recently wrote a piece on this same topic, titled “It's Time to Dismantle America's Residential Caste System” She is also the author of Loving, Place Not Race, The Failures of Integration, and The Agitator's Daughter. You can follow more of Cashin's work on her website or on her twitter, @SheryllCashin Also mentioned Cashin referenced Richard Rothstein's book, “The Color of Law” We discussed the work of Raj Chetty that looks at the socioeconomic composition of neighborhoods. This paper on housing vouchers illuminates the issue: “The Effects of Exposure to Better Neighborhoods on Children” We mentioned the work of bell hooks, particularly her book “All About Love” The Dialogues Team Creator: Richard Reeves Research: Ashleigh Maciolek Artwork: George Vaughan Thomas Tech Support: Cameron Hauver-Reeves Music: "Remember" by Bencoolen (thanks for the permission, guys!)
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Loving neighbors might be easy. Loving and seeking the highest good for my enemies definitely is not. Why might I want to participate in this activity?We are supposed to be involved in reflecting, resembling, and representing Jesus on this earth. We are supposed to be bearing His image and here, doing what He did. Why? I'd say first, because He said so. Second, because by bearing this family resemblance activity, we demonstrate we "get it" that He did the same for us. He loved us when we were enemies.The big reason, though, is that these Godly and godly kindnesses may lead to repentance. It is the impossible thing that God has been doing for centuries. By loving, we are demonstrating to His enemies the good news of reconciliation. It is actually EVANGELICAL. Share this podcast with your worst enemy today. Make a comment. Like the podcast. Subscribe fully. bewithme.us
Jules Costa is a Brazilian content strategist, entrepreneur and digital nomad at @JulesOnTap on Instagram. Jules started out living paycheck-to-paycheck as a freelance copywriter and often struggled to make ends meet. It was only after they realized their own worth and time, quadrupled their rates, and implemented zero-based budgeting (when your income minus expenses equals zero) that their life began to change. Jules now balances their business and travel with their goal of FIRE. On their Instagram, Jules shares value-packed personal finance and business tips for freelancers. Their ultimate goal is to see freelancers stop working for pennies and start valuing their time and skills. Loving this episode? Leave us a review (we read them all!) if you're listening on Apple podcasts & be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube! Want to kickstart your financial journey? Download our free 14-page guide covering all the topics you need to start making your dinero moves, just visit yoquierodineropodcast.com/start. From money mindset, to budget basics, we've got you covered. Partners mentioned in this episode: BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month! Squarespace - The all-in-one platform to build a beautiful online presence. Free 14-day Trial. No Plugins Necessary. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yoquierodinero/support
Loving greetings and welcome to the topics of October's Sunday talks which, by the way, you can listen to any other day of the week as well. Our theme of the month is “The Heart of Wisdom.” Did you know the word “wisdom” is mentioned 222 times in the Hebrew Bible? Obviously, developing wisdom is […]
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If you're ready to never have a “bad” hair day again and want to know how to truly love yourself from the inside out then you won't want to miss this episode. Emily has created a coarse on how to never having a bad hair day and loving your reflection from the inside out in only 8 simple steps. For more information on the coarse email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources Mentioned in this episodeThe Four Loves - C. S. LewisShow Notes:Marriage is the original covenant between a man and a women to go on an adventure for a lifetime.In the creation narrative, God addresses aloneness well before he address sinfulness.Practice being the type of spouse you want to become now.When you are saying your wedding vows, you are making a declaration not a promise.Loving your spouse with a familial love prepares you to grow your family.A family's capacitiy is only bound by its ability to love.Loving your family well has generational impactsYou must love your spouse as an image bearer of God.All loves make sense under the authority of God's kind of love.Before you can have healthy horizontal relationships you must first have a healthy vertical relationship.Connect with SLU:InstagramRegistar for SLULearn more about The LIFT TourLearn more about YPSConnect with our HostsBrent's InstagramBrent's TwitterJeff's InstagramJeff's Twitter
Personal love for God is the highest motivational virtue in our life. This is what motivates us to obey God. “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all of thy heart, with all of thy soul and with all of thy mind. This is the first and the great mandate” (Matt 22:37-38). If you are prejudiced you are not loving God because the people you hate are people Jesus died for. “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son” (John 3:16). “And this is the mandate we have from Him, that he who loves God must also love his brother” (1 John 4:20-21). Loving and obeying God is a choice you make. Click for Full Transcript If the hotlink doesn't work copy the full link, below, and paste it into your search engine finder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/v3slpkmr2mxwvk8/337-Love-for-God-transcript.pdf?dl=0 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-hughes/message
Does your body trust you? In this solo episode, Ash shares her own health journey and opens up more deeply about her anxiety and the messages this health concern has sent her throughout the years. Your body is sending you signals and it's up to you to tune in and listen to what it is trying to communicate. If you suffer from brain fog, constant sore throats, or allergies Ash offers a few at-home and in-office options to pursue and what these symptoms may mean. While Ash has been working through healing her Lyme disease she has gone through many tests and life shifts in order to feel well and healthy and is sharing all of her recent findings with you. Here is a place to wake up and tend to your health! In This Episode, You'll Learn: How to take care of your body in a way it begins to trust you. What leaky gut is and how it may be impacting your body. Ways to eat gluten-free or dairy-free that still taste yummy. What supplements and vitamins to take for optimal health. Resources: EverlyWell Food Sensitivity Tests Apply code FRIEND15 at checkout for your 15% off. Parsley Health CASPER Are you dreaming about getting better sleep? Head on over to Casper and check out their selection of amazing mattresses. They even have mattresses that offer a durable base for optimal support and breathable foam to keep you cool at night. The Wavee hybrid is Ashley's mattress in NY and she is LOVING it! This mattress is known for supporting body aches and reducing back pain while you sleep. Get your own at http://casper.com and use code ASHLEYS21 at checkout. Act fast because this discount is only good through the end of the year (2021). BEAM Are you ready to feel deeply hydrated? Beam's elevate hydration powders makes it easy to not only get the electrolytes your body needs but also get digestive balance, enhanced energy, and help with recovery. Every elevate powder is made with a supercharged stack of electrolytes, and there's never any added sugar or artificial sweeteners. Visit beamorganics.com/youturn to get 35% off your own variety pack of electrolytes! CAKE Publishing Do you need a writer or publicist to support your business? Visit cakepublishing.com to get your next ghostwriter, copywriter, or publicist.
On today's program, we look at the new social media platform Gab. It's become home to a number of Christian leaders and others who have been kicked off of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other mainstream platforms. And we also look at the strange case of Pastor Saeed Abedini. Free Pastor Saeed was a rallying cry for evangelicals five years ago. But his ex-wife now says we didn't know the whole story. We begin today with the latest on the missionaries that were kidnapped in Haiti. Before we go. Just a reminder that there's a quick, easy, and FREE way you can support this podcast, and that is to give us a rating on your podcast app. The more ratings we get, the more attention we get from search engines, and that helps new listeners find us. And, by the way, when you give us a rating, leave us a comment, too. I read them all. The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Steve Gandy. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, and Casey Sudduth. Writers who contributed to today's program include Christina Darnell, Anne Stych, Kim Roberts, Steve Rabey, Bob Smietana, Yonat Shimron, Jack Jenkins, Kathryn Post, Michael Ray Smith, Rod Pitzer—and Warren Smith. Special thanks to The NonProfit Times, Religion UnPlugged, and WORLD for contributing material for this week's program. Until next time, may God bless you.
Loving father and husband, Jonathan Johnson excitedly joins the podcast detailing his personal fatherhood experiences. Having the luxury of both son and daughter, Jonathan, expresses the varying disciplines especially when it comes to discipline. We converse on the difficulties of being more than stern with our daughters because of how we feel about them. Glossing over sports and a multitude of other topics as we talked about our love for our children. www.justjelleshop.com - Check out his jelly company website and buy some jelly! If you're interested in sharing your fatherhood experience email email@example.com or send me a direct message. Facebook: Elliott Quinton Instagram: elliottquinton_ Twitter: elliotquinton_ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eloquintforfathers/support
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Love is the power of connection, the eternal glue that reminds us that we're much loved aspect of the Divine Light. Yet over time, we've become persuaded to believe that we're not worthy of such love or that certain personality traits are unacceptable. Enjoy the meditation, collecting all those unlovable parts, reclaiming the truth that love is your birthright. Only enjoy the meditation when you're in a place where you can comfortably close your eyes ie not while driving or operating machinery.
Sometimes we forget how magical and divine we are. Maybe you've been in your head about work, or a creative project... or maybe a huge transition is coming up... this is when the inner critic likes to turn up the volume and have us feeling a little less than. Well my friend, tune in. This is the empowering meditation you might need to get you feeling like yourself again. It's about 12 minutes, can you make time for you? Perfect. Let's get started.And don't worry, there's no wrong way to do this. Congrats on showing up for yourself!Loving our meditations? Join us for one of our online weekly classes at The Lion's Den.--Thank you to Roxanne Atienza for our beautiful brand new podcast cover art! Roxanne (@rabbiitonthemoondraws) is an empathy-driven art director, designer, and illustrator based in Richmond, VA. Check out their shop which includes AAPI and Filipinx empowered apparel, accessories, and prints. We are honored that Roxanne blessed our podcast with their wonderful talents._____Feedback/Questions? email@example.comDonate to our campaign and stay connected:Donate to our IFundWomen CampaignLauren DeVera - Open for 1:1 Coaching + MentorshipLauren DeVera on InstagramLauren DeVera on TwitterThe Lion's Den | Weekly Dance, Yoga + MeditationOnline and IRL Events in DC/MD/VAThrive and Thread Online:InstagramTwitterFacebookBTS Talent:Produced by Jessica MilleteMusic by Ngawang SamphelPodcast Cover Art by Roxanne Atienza
Happy Humpday loves!! How are you all doing? Today we sit down with the amazing Mike, who's a brand director for amazing brands but his real why and we get real, raw & deep on all of this! We cover: Branding and Building a Revolution within that Body Positivity, Mike's own journey within that and how to Honor Your Body and Be Truly Happy Infant Loss, Being a Parent and much more Breaking Through Limiting Beliefs Tune in to be inspired, get deep on our body struggles and building our own revolutions. Thanks to Kitcaster for supporting the show! Check them out more here : https://kitcaster.com/everythingwithaly Follow Mike at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-vavak-298401200/ https://www.facebook.com/mike.vavak.3 https://skyeswimwear.com https://www.instagram.com/SKYEswimwear Check OUT the interview ALI did with SKYE SWIMWEAR!! https://skyeswimwear.com/blogs/blog/myskyebody-ali-levine STAY TUNED for our GIVEAWAY this week and if you want to SHOP these amazing suits use CODE : Alilevine30 for 30% off while it lasts!! AND HERE'S ALI: www.alilevine.com Follow: https://www.instagram.com/everythingwithalilevine https://www.instagram.com/alilevinedesign Don't forget to follow our podcast Instagram too!! If you're loving Everything with Ali Levine, please leave us a 5 star review, and write why you LOVEE the show! WE love you and appreciate the love!! The REVIEWS mean SO much to us and help others find the show!! DM Ali @Alilevinedesign and say hi and follow! Ali LOVES to connect with her community!! SCREENSHOT this episode if you LOVE it and Tag US so we can Share it!!
The statement, “I am loved, so I love without reservation” requires us to remove all constraints on the way we love. If you're prone to withholding love until certain expectations are met—whether that's toward yourself, your spouse, or others—you'll fail to enter into the life of love God intends for you to experience. In this episode, mama Lisa Bevere shares how God taught her to live loved and how that empowered her to overcome a six-year eating disorder and the fear of abandonment.
Brie Ahrenholz has always been passionate about kids, and she followed that passion right into becoming a teacher. Her gifting has been obvious as people who have experienced her as their kids' teacher rave about her with all 5 star reviews. Brie has a huge passion to see the uniqueness in each child and to see them thrive into who they were created to be. In this episode, Willow chats with Brie about life, faith, pursuing your dreams and calling, overcoming struggles and the unique way in which she sees kids and is used by God to bless them. We know her story and perspective will impact yours.
Loving the show? Write a review, give five stars and share your love on social. Help get the word out about this organic, orgasmic tennis podcast. Support The Ready Play Tennis Podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/readyplaytennis. Connect with us! E: firstname.lastname@example.org IG & TikTok: @readyplaytennispodcastl A rescheduled Indian Wells event comes to a close with two new champions emerging. Paula Badosa marched her way through a tough draw, beating four top 20 players on her way to the final against two time champion Victoria Azarenka. In perhaps the match of 2021 on the ladies side, Badosa took all the blows Azarenka had, taking the third set tiebreak 7-2 to take her first WTA 1,000 title. Other notable performances include Ons Jabeur, making her way through to the semis and becoming the first Arab women into the Top 10. For the men, after the dust settled and the new guard of Zverev, Medvedev and Tsitsipas were ousted at the QF stage, that left Cameron Norrie to come through in his sixth final of the season with his first Masters 1,000 title. Honorable mentions go out to Grigor Dimitrov for out Medvedev'ing Medvedev, coming back from a set and double break. And Taylor Fritz, who has returned from knee surgery to some stellar results, including this week at his home event in California. The guys discuss player vaccinations as Djokovic wishes to keep his status secret in light of revelations that it may be required to play in Melbourne in January. Holger Rune shares his anger regarding the frozen ATP rankings that have held him outside the Top 100 when he should be in the 60's.
Carrie is joined by Hospice Nurse Julie to discuss all things death and dying. Both Carrie and Julie are passionate about normalizing the conversation around death and when they met through Tik Tok, Carrie knew she had to have Julie on the show. Find out the difference between Palliative and Hospice care, what the "death rattle" is and so much more! You can follow Julie on Instagram and Tik Tok under @hospicenursejulie #hwcarepodcast #thecareprojectinc #hospice #palliativecare #death #terminaldiagnosis
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Loving kindness and compassion are two strong currents that run through the entire Buddhist path • they are directly intertwined with the two sides of meditation practice: shamatha, or taming the mind, and vipashyana, or cultivating insight • there is a lot of cruelty in the world, and things like loving kindness and compassion are often seen not as signs of strength, but as signs of weakness and vulnerability • but in the dharma, loving kindness and compassion are seen as the most powerful forces there are • loving kindness begins with meditation practice, with making friends with yourself • this quality of friendship is not based on struggle or striving; it's the core of who we are • just as settling down, taming the mind, and being still can lead to greater friendship and understanding of ourselves; the other aspect of meditation, vipashyana, turns our attention to others • that stream of compassion for others is the same energy, just directed outward • the radical teaching of the dharma is that this force of compassion is the strongest force, the most reliable force there is • it is stronger than all of the aggression, anger and hatred that we find around us.
This episode is a part of Veronica Grant's Worthy in Love Podcast Tour. Every day for two weeks, the tour featured an episode from a variety of podcasts on how to actually feel worthy in love. Veronica has specially curated this list of podcasts to ensure that you get the most actional, BS-free support to help you feel more worthy in love. Fear and love might feel like opposites but they actually are more connected when you think. The truth is, when you allow someone to love you, you are also allowing them to hurt you because at some point. LOVE feels scary and causes people to be fearful of losing it. All of these fears on top of the trials and tribulations that go along with dating in LA make it scarier than getting a bad perm, and ultimately can cause you to feel unworthy of it depending on how badly you were hurt. This is why we dove deep into the worthiness wound, how entertainment and content affect our self of self worth, ways to feel more confident on a date, why people need to pony up with a reason when rejecting someone rather than ghosting, and how taking a time out from dating can get you closer to your goal. Worthy in Love Podcast Tour: veronicagrant.com/podtour Podcast prior to It's Complicated: Amy Smith @ The Joy Junkie Podcast thejoyjunkie.com/lovepodtour Keep it Complicated with Jen and NotJen: Host Socials - @jenifergolden, @laurenleonelli, @complicatedshow Shop our store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/complicatedshow Support - https://www.patreon.com/itscomplicated --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itscomplicatedpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itscomplicatedpod/support
Have you experienced multiple losses of loved ones? Every individual grieving process teaches us something new and enhances our appreciation for life. In this episode, I am excited to be joined by Emily Thiroux Threatt. After losing her first and second husband, her sister, her father, her mother, and more family members, Emily has experienced an overwhelming amount of grief in her life. Despite her losses, Emily has shared what she has learned about the grieving process and how she still lives with optimism and joy in her book, Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief: A Comprehensive Guide to Reclaiming and Cultivating Joy and Carrying on in the Face of Loss. Writing throughout her grieving process taught Emily about the different lessons that each loss taught her and helped her to move forward in her life. Today, Emily is on a mission to comfort and support those that are experiencing grief and to guide them towards happiness through her support groups and her upcoming podcast. Tune in to learn what Emily learned about grief from losing both of her husbands and how her experience can help you love and live your way through grief!Some Questions I Ask: What was it like for you to witness your beloved walking through that? (12:04)What happened when he got that first diagnosis? (29:34)What were the differences between the journeys of your first and second husbands? (34:32)In This Episode You Will Learn Emily's recent losses of loved ones (10:31)Emily's grieving process after her first husband passed away (18:36)The details of Emily's loss of her second husband (26:21)About Emily's book, Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief (45:06)Connect with Emily: WebsiteFacebookLinkedInInstagramTwitterPinterest Let's Connect! The Grief Recovery MethodInstagramFacebookJoin the Grief Recovery Now Facebook Group See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#029: Today, I sit down with Texas-based landscape photographer and personal coach, Brie Stockwell (www.creativemindscoach.com), to chat about how a personal coaching experience set her on a journey to learn landscape photography, learning how to fail well and using it as a growth experience, moving past fear, self-doubt, and comparisonitis, and much more. Enjoy!Loving the podcast? Please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts (outdoorphotographyschool.com/apple-podcasts). It only takes a minute, and ratings and reviews are extremely helpful in getting the word out about the show, convincing hard-to-get guests, and are greatly appreciated by me! I read each and every one of them, so thank you!* Episode 29 Show Notes: outdoorphotographyschool.com/episode29* Submit a question for Tidbit Tuesdays: speakpipe.com/OutdoorPhotographyPodcast* Confused about where to focus in landscape photography? Download your FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy Ebook! (outdoorphotographyschool.com/hyperfocaldistance/)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brendapetrella)
Many parents WANT to love parenting, but they find themselves disenchanted with much of what parenting entails when they are actually in the trenches of it. In this episode, Felica discusses parenting with Rachel Nielson, creator and host of 3 in 30: Takeaways from Moms. She offers us wonderful tips and insights into how to find the joy in parenting when you feel like its not easy to find. BOOKS AND LINKS Simplicity Parenting // Kim John Payne Spiritual Serendipity // Richard Eyre RELATED EPISODES Why Boundaries Are Key to Wholehearted Living How to Develop a Peaceful Routine with Kids // Felica Allen from Find the Magic Podcast How to Fall Back In Love With Motherhood When It Feels Hard // Tessa Brown How to Coach Your Children Through Their Big Emotions With Geogia Anderson from knowhowmom.com EPISODE SPONSORS Nurished supplements is our sponsor this week and we are so excited to share them with you! They create whole food supplements for adults and kids. Our favorites are their super food juices and MIGHTY chocolate milk. They taste amazing and give us peace of mind as parents to little ones. They are organic and have dairy and plant based options available. Check them out HERE and use code FINDTHEMAGIC15 for 15% off your order. https://nurished.com/collections/all-products Our Journal: Are you feeling lost, unanchored or listless in your days? We use our daily planner and journal to align our core values with the tasks we do each day! You can learn more about it HERE Thank you for the kind reviews! We appreciate them so much. Here is how to leave a review for us on iTunes: Open Find the Magic in the podcast app Scroll to the bottom of the page Click on write a review Tap the stars to rate us and then write us some feedback:) Hit SEND Review of the week from brun.hanna: A Must-Listen Podcast for ANYONE Taralyn, Felica and Katelin and their guests bring so much wisdom in every episode. I always feel encouraged and empowered with actionable steps and tools and I recommend this show to literally everyone I know! Thank you!!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findthemagic/support
On Episode 197 of You, Me, Empathy, Katya Lidsky and I explore creating boundaries in an enmeshed and codependent family, feeling like you have to earn love and living, the tender and difficult pairing of a highly sensitive person with an eating disorder, and why loving an animal is one of the most available portals for self-healing in the world. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Trigger Warning: Eating disorders mentioned in this episode. Empathy Links: The Animal That Changed YouKatya on InstagramKatya's websiteSenior Pet Support GroupOphelia's Tangerines by Katya LidskyCourn Ahn DesignYou, Me, Empathy on InstagramFeely Human on InstagramWant to write for Feely Human?Buy pins, t-shirts, stickers, and more!Sign up for the Feely Human newsletterGet bonus episodes of the podcast every month on PatreonMusic for You, Me, Empathy by David Grabowski
Thank you for joining us today! In part 2 of "Love Thy Neighbor," Pastor Samuel challenges us to love those different from you. If you haven't already, please rate and consider subscribing to this podcast.