In this episode, I share some reminders for the teachers that are feeling the weight of this year. Whether you're struggling to walk into your classroom or thriving as an educator right now. If it's your first year or 50th year, this episode is for you. These are reminders that all teachers, who are just barely making it through each day of this difficult school year, need to hear this year! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpress See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's guest on the Mitlin Money Mindset™ is Charles Becker, founder of 1940s Brewing Company. After a 30+ year career in the nonprofit world with the March of Dimes, Charles started a nano brewery on Long Island and is committed to producing top-quality craft beer. Charles chose the name to pay homage to his father who graduated from the brewing academy in the year 1940. 1940's Brewing Company is deeply rooted in tradition with a family legacy of brewing and dedication to quality beer. Founded in 2014, Charles has taken his brewery to the next level by creating brews that are mission-focused and help support mental health awareness and suicide prevention. Charles is making his mark in the craft brewery industry by combining great brews and great causes. This combination allows him to differentiate himself and his brewery in a very crowded industry. Listen in and hear how Charles has created a win-win using great brews, giving back, and doing something he truly loves. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Charles' path to Founding the 1940's Brewing Company [2:36] What differentiates 1940's brews from others? [6:14] Has the explosion of craft breweries in recent years affected business? [8:48] Is there still room for others or is it a crowded market? [13:13] The story behind the beer Never Alone IPA? [14:59] How Never Alone is supporting Mental Health Awareness and suicide prevention [20:16] Is drinking locally important to breweries like 1940's and others in NY State? [26:00] What is the key to success in keeping the flavor lineup fresh and new? [29:47] What are the next steps for the 1940's Brewery? [32:18] What Charles did today that put him in the right mindset for success [33:52] Resources & People Mentioned Orlando from 94.3 The SHARK Black Circle Project Choose Song Ashley Massaro Long Island History Facebook group Connect with Charles Becker The website On Instagram On Twitter On Facebook Bio 1940's Brewing Company is deeply rooted in brewing tradition. Owner Charles Becker choose the name to pay homage to his father, who graduated brewing academy in the year 1940 before beginning his long career of brewing. With a family legacy of brewing and dedication to quality beer, 1940's Brewing Company got its start in 2014. Brewer Jon Brengel joined Charlie to perfect the brewery's recipes and 1940's hit its stride. Today you can visit the 1940's brewing facility and tasting room on Lincoln Avenue in Holbrook New York to try a pint in our growing arsenal of delicious brews. Work Founder/Co-Owner at 1940's Brewing Company October 2013 - Present Former State Director of Operations at March of Dimes 1980 - June 2009 College Studied Accounting & Finance at Adelphi University MS Class of 1981 Studied Accountancy at LIU Brooklyn Class of 1975 Guests on the Mitlin Money Mindset Show are not affiliated with CWM, LLC, and opinions expressed herein may not be representative of CWM, LLC. CWM, LLC is not responsible for the guest's content linked on this site. Connect With Mitlin Financial podcast(at)MitlinFinancial.com - email us with your suggestions for topics or guests https://mitlinfinancial.com Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Linkedin Follow on Facebook Subscribe to Mitlin Money Mindset™ on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts
Jeanine and Mike are back in the pod. On today's episode they discuss the new Kevin Hart limited series on Netflix, called True Story. How fame is not really all it's cracked up to be and how difficult the pressure must be. They also recap the Thanksgiving Holiday..Jeanine shares why this holiday left her feeling sad. They discuss how to overcome sad feelings and negative thoughts.https://coaching.jeanineescobar.com
In this episode I sit down with a good homie of mine Greg Molina. We discuss his new project A Moments Notice. We also discuss new albums from Volumes & Imminence, as well as Deftones "Cannabis Collection." Intro Song: Endless Waltz by A Moments Notice (out Dec. 10th) Follow A Moments Notice: https://linktr.ee/Amomentsnoticeofficial Follow Stay Noisy: www.instagram.com/staynoisyca Featured Songs in the beginning: As Within, So Without: https://open.spotify.com/track/7nDxtAE0gCtnngG2ZGMblN Saltwound: https://open.spotify.com/track/4CEKw3mmkXen37Aciu67pL Demon in Me: https://open.spotify.com/track/5TC3mPMuAhrae5RNDnZno0 Volumes "Happier?" album: https://open.spotify.com/album/2A8YKx8YDBY5uCgVZJg6Oo?si=uBGXsSswRFe7RHa6d8M4Qg Imminence "Heaven in Hiding" album: https://open.spotify.com/album/39AMnevcJVGYVhCALp1kvQ?si=r5X9PeXHQiKVh_mZxU_XyA
Thanksgiving has come and gone and my wife wanted to be on the pod so we recorded just random answers to questions and had a few drinks. EnjoyIf you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
On this episode of Le Run Down we go across Canada with ultra runner and Mental health advocate, Skylar Roth MacDonald. Skylar loved playing all kinds of sports, playing soccer competitively until concussions forced him to retire. He found his love for ultra running while exploring the Canadian Rockies, and his passion, coupled with the tragic loss of his friends, inspired him to run across the country to raise awareness for mental health. News: https://thetyee.ca/Analysis/2021/11/20/Arrests-in-Wetsuweten/ (The Tyee - ‘We Want Her Out of Jail Today.' RCMP Slammed for Arresting Journalists) https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/11/17/antonio-may-six-deputies-indicted-murder/ (Washington Post - A man died at an Atlanta jail on ‘Taser Tuesday.' Now six deputies are indicted on murder charges.) https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/police-fired-24-shots-handcuffed-man-why-didn-t-they-n1264887 (NBC News - Police fired 24 shots at a handcuffed man. Why didn't they turn on their body cameras?) https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/police-montreal-pepper-spray-mental-illness-health-1.6243500 (CBC - After Montreal police pepper-spray man in mental crisis, advocates call for more training, support) Show: https://runningmagazine.ca/the-scene/meet-skylar-roth-macdonald-the-man-who-ran-across-canada-to-raise-awareness-for-mental-health/ (Meet Skylar Roth-MacDonald, the man who ran across Canada to raise awareness for mental health - Canadian Running Magazine) How to Help: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter - Ways You Can Help) https://blacklivesmatter-canada.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter Canada) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZH0xk5FqYJXwymoue-dnjqJEMj3FplF0Om8wdm8HZd0/edit (Montreal-Based Racial Justice Organizations) https://bailfunds.github.io/ (List of American and Canadian Bail Funds) Educational Materials: https://www.reclaimtheblock.org/home/#resources (Reclaim The Block - Resources and Downloads) http://criticalresistance.org/abolish-policing/ (Critical Resistance - Abolish Policing) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYn1EYMdFkqnY2I4I8FzaJoGqEGLdHi6v (Critical Resistance - Breaking Down the Prison Industrial Complex video series)
Trigger Warning: This episode discusses child sexual abuse and suicide ideation. Listener discretion is advised.Today's conversation is with Jennifer Nielson, creator and Founder of The Dig, a program developed to help people become emotionally resilient and reclaim their lives from trauma. Throughout this conversation, Jennifer discusses how her childhood sexual abuse led her into a journey of healing from her trauma and eventually creating a business to help others do the same.You can learn more about Jennifer and her work at The Dig at thedigmodel.com.Click here to learn more about the guest, and access the resources discussed in this episode.To learn more about the harms of pornography on consumers, relationships, and its larger societal impacts, visit FTND.org.To support this podcast, click here.As you go about your day we invite you to increase your self-awareness, look both ways, check your blindspots, and consider before consuming.Fight the New Drug collaborates with a variety of qualified organizations and individuals with varying personal beliefs, affiliations, and political persuasions. As FTND is a non-religious and non-legislative organization, the personal beliefs, affiliations, and persuasions of any of our team members or of those we collaborate with do not reflect or impact the mission of Fight the New Drug.
Look I don't remember a word of what I said on this episode because i was feeling overwhelmed over recording another mediocre episode. ENJOYIf you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
Rhett Bryan fills in for Jason. Rhett and Ramon recap a GARBAGE Thursday Night Football game but agree that the Patriots look really good. (The Pats face the Titans in two weeks.) Plus, the guys do a deep dive into AJ Brown's recent comments regarding mental health awareness.
Olivia Khoury and Ashley Greene Khoury joins Hello Beauty to talk about their recently launched reproductive and hormonal health brand, Hummingway. They are sister-in-law founders and Hummingway aims to empower women to take control of their health and hormones. With the brand's debut product, Cycle Soother, and educational platform, The Regular, Hummingway is a comprehensive approach to assessing one's health. The critical element of Hummingway's philosophy is to recognize the importance of getting to the root cause of one's condition to facilitate the most effective course of treatment.FOLLOW HUMMINGWAYHummingway's WebsiteHummingway's InstagramFOLLOW OLIVIA KHOURYOlivia's InstagramFOLLOW ASHLEY GREENE KHOURYAshley's InstagramFOLLOW HELLO BEAUTYHello Beauty's InstagramFOLLOW JOYCE PLATONJoyce Platon's Instagram
Welcome to another Healthy Bite. Well, this week is a big week because it is focussed on mental health. We are proud to be a Partner for Mind Medicine Australia's International Summit on Psychedelic Therapies for Mental Illness, taking place online from 19-20 November 2021. This is such an important initiative. Join me as I talk about mental health, antidepressants, and the option of psychedelic therapies in Australia. ---- You can also watch this episode at https://drronehrlich.com/ ----- TIME TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH? Join me in my online health programs. ----- CONNECT WITH ME You can ask questions via social media using my Instagram or Facebook or TikTok or YouTube page.
Got the chance to sit down with a good friend of mine who i talk to on the daily and harass over religion and crypto. Enjoy the episode.If you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
On the 42nd episode, we start off with how Odell Beckham Jr. has signed to the Rams and with it being Mental Health Awareness month, we discuss how we support our Mental health. When then discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse Case and the recent interview that Kanye "Ye" West has on Drink Champs. Lastly we close out the episode with our Playaz & Freakz of the week and Song of the day segment. Here is the time stamps: 0:00 (Intro) 4:31 (Odell to the Rams) 8:52 (Support Mentally Healthy) 29:59 (Kyle Rittenhouse Case) 38:18 (Settlement for Flint) 43:17 (Kanye on the Drink Champs) 58:49 (Playaz & Freakz) 1:15:38 (Song of the day) 1:27:18 (Closing Episode 42) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/area510/support
Jiutjitsu Worlds , driving 40 hours in 48 hours. and just little updates. enjoyIf you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
Sometimes a single conversation can make a monumental difference in the pursuit of wellness.In the first installment of our Solo Sessions episodes, Ben Evans shares his journey into becoming more aware of his mental health struggles and how connecting with others can be an opportunity for vulnerability and growth. Along the way, we also share some valuable mental health resources for people facing struggles and challenges... and we want to hear your ideas too! Reach out to us on Instagram or TikTok at @decodingthecreative with your best practices and invaluable insights regarding mental health betterment.
Ask Kati Anything podcast 87Audience questions:You've mentioned several times that a therapist shouldn't be working harder than the client, but what if they are? How do you address a client who has run out of motivation to get better? I struggle a lot with comparing myself to other people who seem more happy, successful, talented, and so on, than me. I know that ‘comparison is the thief of joy' but doing this is automatic to me, like a reflex. Being told not to compare myself to other people is like being I was recently diagnosed with Psychological Non Epileptic Seizures, can you explain what exactly this is and how something psychological can turn into the physical. Thanks Kati, have a great day! (video link: https://youtu.be/l9ZVJC6adAg ) I was wondering (and I hope this isn't too insensitive). It seems that everyone is struggling with their mental health to an extent. But if it's so common, why does my therapist tell me that it's okay that I can't just push mental health aside, when everyone else has to just get on too? Hey Kati! I have a question about therapists showing emotion in session. Last week I was talking to my therapist about my suicidal ideation and some rituals around attempting. Her response after I explained what was going on was that it makes her sad and she teared up and I feel like I don't know who I am. I'm so used to mirroring people and reflecting their emotions rather than actually feeling it that I no longer feel like me and at times I don't really feel like I'm real. I don't know what my values in life are, my desires, hopes or just in general Does attachment to your therapist always have to stem from childhood wounds? I am really attached to my therapist, but I don't have any history of emotional abuse or neglect in my childhood. My mom was present and there for me my whole life up until my twenties (a few years ago) when she left and wasn't there for me, and that's when my therapist came into my Hi Kati! Happy belated birthday
Today I got the chance to sit down with Jiujitsu and Air Force veteran Steve Portillo, one of my coaches. Enjoy the podcastIf you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
Bắt đầu hiểu bản thân và cảm xúc của chính mình, hiểu về phản ứng của não bộ và cơ thể khi căng thẳng để có chiến lược phù hợp, từ đó xây dựng một lối sống hoàn toàn khác để buông bỏ căng thẳng và lấy lại bình yên trong tâm hồn, đó là vài điểm chính từ chương trình miễn phí trên mạng 'Thử thách 7 ngày quản lý căng thẳng hiệu quả'.
Ask Kati Anything! podcast episode 86Audience Questions:1. Why do I feel like I failed at my illness? I had anorexia for several years and then morphed into bulimia. But I don't really feel like being bulimic and more like a "failed anorexic".It really keeps me from wanting to get better and makes me so ashamed...2. Is it possible for older teenagers (16-19yo) to be groomed? Also, is grooming always explicitly sexual, or can it be only vaguely sexual or even not sexual at all? Thanks for all you do...3. What is religious trauma and how do you know if you have experienced it? I am a part of the LGBTQ community and I am going to church, but it also conflicts my sexuality. I have looked up some of the signs/symptoms, but I am unsure because I am second guessing myself...4. Here, in The Netherlands, I am 30 years out of treatment because they didn't want to help me anymore. The reason why: because I was too complex and the risk of killing myself was too high...5. I am wondering if you have any suggestions of what to tell a friend when they ask how they can help. I have a wonderful friend who has been very supportive in listening to me talk about my anxieties and other mental health concerns... 6. We hear a lot about transference, but I haven't heard many people speak on Erotic Transference. What is a driving factor behind Erotic Transference? Have you ever had a client be open with you about theirs? & do therapists ever get Erotic Countertransference? 7. I want to stop living my life through the gaze of my trauma. After watching your videos and listening to the, 'The Place we find ourselves' podcast, I realized that I have experienced more trauma than I thought and... 8. Do you need a different type of therapy if you're autistic than if you're not? I recently spoke to a therapist because of self-harm and a worsening idea that everyone dislikes me even though I know I have no reason to think so... 9. I hope you're doing well? Why is it that when you ‘start' trauma work things seem to be worse? My psychologist got me to write out a list of events, scenarios etc of what has happened in my life that I would feel like I would blow... 10. What causes someone like myself to get stuck in (or with) suicidal ideation? Is it because I haven't worked through every aspect of the trauma? Or is it because I am constantly being triggered? Religious Trauma Video https://youtu.be/7HwSGXPKzw8Video of episodes https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs58xfxPpjVARRuwjH8usfwKati's books in stores now!TRAUMATIZED - https://geni.us/Bfak0jARE U OK? - http://bit.ly/2s0mULyAmazon Suggestions https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimortonONLINE THERAPY I do not currently offer online therapy. BetterHelp can connect you with a licensed, online counselor, please visit: https://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimortonI receive commissions on referrals to BetterHelp. I only recommend services I know and trust.PATREON https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/Opinions That Don't Matter! (2nd podcast)video https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs58xfxPpjVARRuwjH8usfwaudio https://opionstdm.buzzsprout.com/BUSINESS EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/katimorton)
We all have those days where we fall short of our vision of stoicness. I wasn't going to post this but i feel transparency is just as important for the podcast and I was having a really bad day.If you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
Join Everitt O'Neal and Mike Mercado as they open up about their mental health and what's its like to deal with ones mental health as a man in todays world. Its a very open, honest, and vulnerable episode of the Two Nerds of a Feather Podcast brought to you by Mercado Airwaves. Links: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mercado-airwaves/id1197066772?mt=2 https://open.spotify.com/show/6drV95Mt4foLzeQp90J7A1?si=0WdNH4XxT0aHtvTWBRaLTA https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL21lcmNhZG9haXJ3YXZlcy9mZWVkLnhtbA?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwio1LKu64fsAhXFa80KHfMJBLYQ4aUDegQIARAC&hl=en https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/231d98a7-cdaa-4d69-a62a-2c15e443bf94/Mercado-Airwaves https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/mercado-airwaves https://mercadoairwaves.podbean.com/ https://soundcloud.com/user-530853141 https://tunein.com/podcasts/Media--Entertainment-Podcasts/Mercado-Airwaves-p1187820/ https://gonemissingpodcast.podbean.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/mikemercado2333 ROKU CHANNEL- THE REWIND SPORTS :60 https://www.patreon.com/MercadoAirwaves https://mercadoairwaves.myteespring.co/ The Sports Cubicle 9pm-10pm Sundays WCPT820.com
How do you recognize if you are in a relationship that is entrenched in domestic abuse?Most women can go on in their relationships - marital or otherwise - without fully knowing and understanding that they are in fact abused or experiencing abuse in different forms.All the more reason why I make it my personal mission to always provide a platform where we can tackle topics and have difficult conversations that we might consider messy or uncomfortable - and the issue of domestic abuse is one stark example. Countless women have suffered long enough without seeing any glimmer of hope or receiving any type of support or opportunity for recovery.This week, I have Tracey Forde joining me. Tracey is a Trauma Healing and Mindset Coach, motivational speaker, and founder editor of the inspirational blog, plantedtoflourish.com. Tracey shares her own story of domestic abuse, the power behind acceptance and a strong mindset, and finding the courage to step forward and deal with the most difficult of situations. My conversation with Tracey prompted some important questions that we must ask ourselves as we start building a relationship or have been involved with someone for quite a while. Are we willing to listen to our instincts and intuition when it comes to our significant other, or do we drown out our inner voice telling us to slow down, take a beat, and get to know the person more? Are we sensitive enough to see the red flags in a relationship, or do we drop everything in the name of love even though the signs are all there? Oh, and of course there is more.A word of caution for those listening to this episode, this may be triggering and could drudge up painful, traumatic memories that you'd want to never think about again, so if you need to pause do so.In this conversation, we discuss:What exactly is a domestic violence relationship and what is it notHow abuse comes in various forms, not just physicalHow going backward helped Tracey to move forwardStaying alert, aware and active when it comes to preventing abuseIdentifying red flags for abusive behavior in someone you're currently datingEpisode drink: Lychee rose mimosaIngredients:Sparkling wineCanned lychee in syrupRosewaterConnect with Tracey: FacebookInstagramWebsiteConnect with Me:Is marketing your business making you feel less than opulent? Are you ready to create the opulent outcomes that you desire in your life and business?Schedule a complimentary discovery consultation via this link: https://calendly.com/cassandraalexisTune in to the Crowned Opulence Podcast on your favorite podcast app and join the conversation on Facebook and Instagram. Have a mimosa that you want to have featured or a conversation that you want to hear about on the show let me know at https://www.crownedopulencepodcast.com/Enjoy the show? I'd love to invite you to leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcast. It will help others like you find the show and be a part of these necessary conversations. I can't do it without you: leave a review on the Apple podcast here.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/crownedopulence)
Alison LaSov, a licensed marriage & family therapist, Co-Founder, and CEO of Advekit graces Hello Beauty to share how she decided to solve the issue of paying for therapy. Advekit works to make therapy accessible through therapist options. It utilizes a matching algorithm that provides patients with therapist options based on availability, insurance, and type of therapy. In tandem, their technology allows patients in real-time to share their insurance details and find out exactly what it would cost to see a therapist. Advekit handles the burden of reimbursement and paperwork so that patients can simply focus on receiving clinical care.FOLLOW ADVEKITAdvekit's WebsiteAdvekit's InstagramFOLLOW HELLO BEAUTYHello Beauty's InstagramFOLLOW JOYCE PLATONJoyce Platon's Instagram
Interview recording fell through so you get me on another solo cast this Thursday. If you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodleswww.LifeAlmostWithoutMe.com
You're not your mental health diagnosis. You're so much more.Susanna explores the thoughts around mental health and our perceptions around it. Although we may have anxiety, depression, or another mental illness, it shouldn't define us. When a new concept enters our world that can change us, question it. Learn to question everything before accepting what is presented as truth.Listen to why we should question everything, why we shouldn't accept everything presented to us as facts, and why we shouldn't embrace the stigmas around mental health during this episode.On today's podcast: What is this thing called mental health? What is my diagnosis really? What is anxiety really? What if you're living not from your mind but what you perceive? Are you listening and receiving from your body? What are you aware of?
Kimberly Ann Bell She is a passionate speaker and author of “The Epitome of Kimmy: Accept & Embrace It All". She is an advocate for Mental Health Awareness, and Through her work, she uses her personal life struggles to inspire others to never give up hope and she provides insight into the realities that lay hidden beneath the surface of our society. She covers topics like physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse as well as childhood abandonment, PTSD and healing from trauma. https://www.facebook.com/kimberlyannebell
Two different recordings in this one. Thanks for sticking with me. Go over finance and overall feeling low. Emotional finance hahaIf you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
Charmane and Ian tap back in for a part two. Ian allows Charmane to fan out a bit discussing her deep interest in music videos and the creative process from wardrobe, co stars, symbolyism and even slithery props. Ian originally from Oakland and as he likes to say he's old fashion and reps Oakland over the bay took a leap of faith and move to North Carolina. Some say such a move is neccessary but tune in to hear Ian's true opinion. October is Mental Health Awareness month and together they share some commonalities when it comes to therapy. Charmane uncovers some things you probably didnt know about this artist. Follow Ian on social media @Firstnameian Then you know the rest..... like share comment and tap in via instgram and twitter.
Summary: In this episode of the Tragedy Academy, we meet SFC Brandon Lloyd (Ret). Brandon is a multi-deployment combat veteran who has gained the willpower to overcome his PTSD that developed from the battlefield and childhood trauma. Brandon's story is one of courage and mental fortitude. He is a shining example that persistence, acceptance, and introspection are vital to conquering whatever life throws at you.Key Topics Discussed:
Trung tâm Pháp Luật Người khuyết tật Úc (ACDL) được thành lập vào năm 1994 với tư cách là một trung tâm luật đặc biệt và quan trọng, hướng đến một thế giới nơi người khuyết tật có thể tham gia vào mọi khía cạnh của cuộc sống, trong đó bao gồm những người mang điều kiện tâm thần khác biệt.
Interviewing Lisa (wifey) on the beginning of her Jiujitsu journey, the day i was admitted to the psych ward (4th time), and all an all my favorite episode. Enjoy it and be sure to look forward to the new Life Almost Without Me merch coming soon!!If you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channels below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
Greek-Australian psychologist dr Helen Kalambouka spoke about the 'silent pandemic' of violence in the family. Particularly concerning is the violence against women and their children and also against the elderly. - Κακοποίηση ηλικιωμένων, ψυχολογική και σωματική βία με θύματα κυρίως γυναίκες και παιδιά και εμφάνιση βίαιων φαινομένων για πρώτη φορά στις οικογένειες είναι ανάμεσα στα κύρια σημεία της συζήτησης με την ομογενή ψυχολόγο δρ Ελένη Καλαμπούκα.
On this episode of the Palmetto Guardian we talk with U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Camille Caldwell, South Carolina National Guard state command senior enlisted leader, about her new appointed position and her goals to break the stigma of mental health and how to integrate Soldiers and Airmen together. The Palmetto Guardian is hosted by Sgt. Chelsea Baker and Spc. Flonasia Neals with the South Carolina National Guard Public Affairs Office.
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The podcast continues to grow and its incredibly exciting to me to see it all play out. Don't be afraid to invest in yourself. Figure out what you want in life and just start making it happen. I'd never believe i would be in this spot in my life and its like all my dreams are coming to fruition because i just kept working on it. I want that for you all as well. See you Thursday morning!If you enjoyed todays episode be sure to support by following and liking the channel below for updates on upcoming bonus episodesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelifeofhuggs/Artwork by Jayckob Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/jayysdoodles
On this weeks episode of 2020 Psych, Claire and Dr. H discuss psychedelics and recreational use. What are the long term effects on the mind? Are there medicinal uses for these substances? All this and more is answered on this weeks episode. This podcast does not provide medical advice. It is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have heard in this podcast. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are our own and not the views of any organization, entity, or company we may be affiliated with. Follow us on instagram @2020Psychpodcast for more updates and to reach out with any questions.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/2020psychpodcast)
Lady Kendal JaggarPRESENTERLady Kendal Jaggar – known in the industry as LKJc is an advocate for Mental Health Awareness and Well Being. LKJ strives for excellence as a Freelance Current Affairs News Reporter, Travel Journalist, Travel Writer, Published Author and World Critic.LKJ has studied with Peter Carty regarding her travel writing and studied with the British College of Journalism as a Travel Journalist. LKJ has also studied with the NCJT regarding mobile journalism and writing for the web including media. LKJ has also participated in the Guardian Column Writing with ‘Owen Jones' and many others within the journalist industry.LKJ has also studied within the ‘Open University' with many courses to her name including “Coping in Isolation – Time to Think”, “Exercise and Mental Health”, “Exploring Issues in Woman's Health”, “Investigating Psychology”, “Homelessness and need” “Death and Medicine” &“Children's Rights”.LKJ has also studied with Continual Professional Development having achieved certifications in BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE level 1-6, Deaf and Awareness, Disability in the Work Place, Equality, Child Counselling, Challenging Behaviour in Young people, Child Psychology, Bereavement Counselling, Body Language and Mental Health Law.LKJ in her strive regarding her news reporting and other journalism areas decided to explore her mind and undertook further studies with Continual Professional Development taking further examinations in Criminal Procedures, Criminology, Advance Criminology, Forensic Science & Profiling, Forensic Psychology, Criminal Law, Contract Law, Tort Law, Wills & Probate Law, Family Law, Employment Law plus many more as she continues to feed her brain with knowledge to understand the ever changing and challenging world we live in.LKJ believes that we have to look at the problems completely unbiased also without pre-judgment, use the voice we have to speak words of support and hopefully advise once we have used the ear to listen.LKJ as a published author expresses how she truly believes the power of the pen can also unlock the freedom of your mind. LKJ empowers through her voice that we all have a life journey of meaning, and we are all in need at some point in our own life of the support. We need to know there is no shame if we fall; we have to learn to stand again and, no matter what our life journey has in store for us, know that there is an umbrella that will support us when the rain falls.@ladyjaggarhttps://womensradiostation.com/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/lady-kendal-jaggar-presenter-mark-stephen-pooler
In this episode, we are talking with Adam Powell, President and CEO for Communities in School for the Dallas Region (CIS) discussing the mental health of student! October is Mental Health Awareness month and Powell reveals that out of all of the young people CIS helped in the last school year, 47% suffered anxiety, depression or even suicidal ideation. RESOURCES: As anxiety and depression grow among Dallas kids, meet the man fighting on their behalf – Dallas Morning News Mental Health – Let's Talk About It – MentalHeatlth.gov National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) --- http://www.ymcadallas.org/causenetic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/causenetic/message
Ep 39: Anastasia, 29 from Orange County, lost her boyfriend suddenly just 9 months ago. Anastasia reached out to share her story, bring awareness to mental health issues and what it is like being in love with someone abusing drugs. We discuss her relationship with Alex, his struggle with addiction, what it was like living with an addict and how she has dealt with his loss and regret that she has from his death. Please follow @GriefUnfiltered on Instagram to connect with us; please DM or email me if you are interested in being interviewed!*Don't forget to subscribe, rate & review; new episodes premier every other Wednesday*
Summary:In today's episode of The Tragedy Academy, Jay welcomes actor, author, and former attorney Kirk Nurmi. Kirk has written numerous books on topics from the famous trial of Jodi Arias To pursuing a purposeful and fulfilled life by defending your greatness. Learn how he has taken on this treacherous journey of unfulfillment and feeling strayed from his Passion. Join us as he shares his moment of enlightenment and the transition of finally deciding to be happy!Key Points:
In this episode, I sit down with the wonderful Nidhi Tewari. She is a Mental Health Professional who has built an incredible following on the ClubHouse App. She has done incredible things in the mental health space. We chat about some tips and tricks if you want to seek out help and tips that she does that helps her. Excited to hear what you think! https://www.instagram.com/nidhitewarilcsw/ https://wellbeingspeaker.com
ep91 Arizona event coordinator & promotor Mimi aka RadOrDie in studio to discuss the Anti donut Donut Meet and the importance of mental health awareness in the car community. How difficult is it for school aged children in the pandemic era and are mobile devices ruining core communication skills. Nick Just the Tipp Keck stops by the studio to help answer listener submitted questions. Are you vaccinated? Is the United States the best country in the world? Did Acura fail on the 2017-2022 NC1 NSX? Connect with the show · Instagram.com/JhaePfenning & Jhae_Travels · Support us on Patreon.com/HardParkingPodcast · YouTube.com/HardParkingPodcast · Facebook · Twitter.com/JhaePfenning · Support This Podcast on Anchor · HardParkingPodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardparkingpodcast/support
Sharing our story, personal struggles, the culmination of a life of mental illness and the glorious blessings of remaining steadfast and true to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Also, church resources shared to help each of us as we endure this earthly experience with our many trials and storms. We can find peace that Christ has overcome the world and He too will help us to overcome the world, one step at a time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/LDSRPRLPODCAST/message
Episode 15 was full of laughs and important information, on top of us having another black woman contributing to this very necessary conversation with black men and mental health, it was our family, our blood, Sabrina Holland, who gave us insight on her own mental health and dealing with Covid/pandemic among other very important healthcare issues that we can all take part in solving. One of my favorite episodes so far and I hope y'all can take away good vibes from this episode among everything else. This podcast is important not just for men, not just for black men but for EVERYONE! If you want to be on an episode reach out to Tyree, Bryce or Travell and we will absolutely make that happen, no matter the distance or whatever it may be
Ask Kati Anything episode 85Questions:1. Is it “normal” to constantly talk to yourself? basically whenever i'm alone i'll be having full on conversations out loud to myself. feel like half the time it's just maladaptive dreaming and i'll be talking about something I...2. How do you treat trauma that you don't remember? I can hardly remember my childhood, but sometimes I have emotional flashbacks in response to certain questions in therapy. Without pictures or sounds...3. I hope you are doing well! Could you talk a bit more about emotional abuse? A few months ago, I realized that I was emotionally abused for 6 years during my teenage years. As I am trying to deal with it...4. When I was in high school I used to thought stop every emotional thought I had. I convinced myself I was emotionless when really all I did was repress everything. I always tried to use logic and facts to counter my...5. I have started seeing a new trauma therapist and have seen her for a month. I get on well with her and although I'm struggling to open up, she has been really reassuring which is what I need to hear. The problem I...6. How can I get more comfortable again with social contacts after 1.5 years of the pandemic? I have always been a highly introverted person with a rather limited need for close social relations. In principle, I am very...7. How can I deal with the anxiety of losing my therapist? I know she says she won´t leave but I´m still scared she will. Is there anything I can do to conquer that fear? 8. What advice would you give to a person who you care about, but not a patient, whose trauma includes therapy-derived traumas? Several episodes ago, you talked about a therapist you believe was acting unethically. 9. Can one sibling have problems while others don't? I'm a triplet. And I feel so left out with all events I have had to share with my other two siblings. Even through I had a hard enough time having family occasions because my one older brother molested me. I feel so stupid for caring so much about how I didn't want to...Video of episodes https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs58xfxPpjVARRuwjH8usfwKati's books in stores now!TRAUMATIZED - https://geni.us/Bfak0jARE U OK? - http://bit.ly/2s0mULyAmazon Suggestions https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimortonONLINE THERAPY I do not currently offer online therapy. BetterHelp can connect you with a licensed, online counselor, please visit: https://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimortonI receive commissions on referrals to BetterHelp. I only recommend services I know and trust.PATREON https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/Opinions That Don't Matter! (2nd podcast)video https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs58xfxPpjVARRuwjH8usfwaudio https://opionstdm.buzzsprout.com/BUSINESS EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/katimorton)
You clear your desk. You clear your kitchen. You clear your closet. What if we cleared ourselves? What does it mean to CLEAR? For the past 3 days I have been so exhausted to the point where I could fall asleep standing up. What is that? I got back up after clearing it. In this episode, I explain what it means to clear something from your life. Our bodies act like radio towers and are picking up thoughts, feelings and emotions all the time. We are infinite beings with infinite knowing. Consciousness is a choice and when we're living in tru consciousness, we are one with life. When we're living in pure, positive energy, we function from total perceiving, knowing, being and receiving. It's when we have the ability to transcend our limited circumstances and actualize unlimited possibilities. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox.Let's Connect:The Get Up GirlInstagramFacebookMonthly online fitness academy
In this episode, I chat with Emma Benoit who survived a suicide attempt at 16. She's using her painful experience to help others find hope in the darkest of days. Emma became extremely passionate about suicide prevention after her suicide attempt in 2017, the summer before her senior year in high school. At the time, she was a popular varsity cheerleader with a supportive family and lots of friends, but on the inside, she was filled with depression and anxiety, and had never told a soul about it. Her attempt resulted in a spinal cord injury but helped her find faith and purpose; and propelled her on a mission to use her painful experience and miraculous recovery to help others. Emma has shared her story through her blog at liferejuvenated.org in an effort to help other teens who are struggling. In early 2018, Emma began working on a documentary film called My Ascension, which is now complete and chronicles her recovery journey and advocacy work, while addressing the youth suicide epidemic. I'm so proud of Emma for dedicating her life to inspire and save others. Her story of hope, faith and love is super powerful. If you would like to share this episode, leave a review on Apple podcasts and that will help others who are struggling find Emma's story. Thanks for being here. Hugs, LorriFollow: https://bit.ly/ImDyingToTellYouInstagram and https://bit.ly/ImDyingToTellYouTwitter
Underneath It All Show NotesSeason 3, Episode 6 - Cultivating ContentmentIn this episode, Grizel talks about her search for everyday contentment, now that she is back home from the trail. This means spending a lot of time with family, working, cooking, and adventuring as a “weekend warrior”. While on a recent weekend trip, Grizel had the privilege of talking with a handful of strangers who share what their “contentment recipe” is for their own lives. This episode invites you to ask yourself the question, what does contentment look like for you?Resources from this episode: Underneath It All Instagram: @underneathitallpodUIA is listener supported. Join our PATREON to support the show and have early access to every episode! Follow Grizel on Instagram: @_grizel_A word about this season's sponsor: Salomon Predict Hiking BootPLEASE FILL OUT THIS SURVEY to give feedback about the podcast!! Additional Mental Health Resources:National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Sage Journals: Art, Nature and Mental HealthTara Brach episodes on Contentment Part 1, Contentment Part 2 Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It'll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Underneath It All is produced and hosted by Grizel.Theme music is by Passiflora. Additional Music was found by using Epidemic Sound. Podcast cover artwork designed by Hailey Hirst.