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Run4PRs
160. Finish Races Stronger! Learning to negative split

Run4PRs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:48


Have you ever gone out HARD in a race then crashed & started slowing down? It's super painful right? Not only physically but it's hard on the ego! Starting a race FAST then slowing down is called “positive splits”. We often find that the opposite approach of starting slower and finishing faster allows for athletes to push harder at the end of the race & gain confidence resulting in faster times! This type of approach to starting SLOWER and finishing FASTER is called NEGATIVE SPLITS

The Feis Fit Podcast
Getting Mentally Prepared For Nationals With Scott Doherty!

The Feis Fit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 40:52


You practice, train, and do everything you can to prepare for competition day. Competition day finally comes, and you start to FREAK OUT!Did you do enough?Should you have practiced even more?Will you suddenly forget your steps on stage?If this sounds like you or you just want to maximize your performance on competition day, this episode is for you! Scott Doherty is a U.S.-based Irish Dance World Champion originally from Boston, Massachusetts. Scott was trained by the world-renowned Rita O'Shea, her daughter Lisa Chaplin, and the amazing team of teachers at the O'Shea-Chaplin Academy of Irish Dance. Scott's story is unique - going from one of the last competitors in his age group to Senior Men's World Champion in less than 5 years. He considers himself lucky that his hard work paid off and led to success in competitions as well as touring the world with many shows including Riverdance and Lord of the Dance. More recently, Scott started his own production company creating shows such as Rockin' Road to Dublin, Christmas in Killarney, and many more to come!

Yogahealer Podcast
Bone Health, Ayurveda, Osteoporosis and Making Decisions from Your Intuition

Yogahealer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 42:23


Podcast Intro: What does it mean to put your wisdom into action? What does that mean exactly, and what does it have to do with time? What does this have to do with growing up or getting older? Our bodies should get smarter over time. For wisdom to be embodied, you have to live it, which means you have to do the things you know. In many ways, we're stuck in allopathic ways of thinking and beliefs. We live in a culture where allopathy is the norm. It's hard to see things from someone else's point of view unless we've somehow risen above our own culture and understood other cultures on a cultural level. Only then do we have the freedom to choose. What you'll get out of tuning in: Can you trust yourself? What's a woman's I Ching? How can you give yourself your own parameters? What's your keystone habit? What happens when you tell people what you're excited about? What do you believe about health? Links/CTA: Check out FREE Workshops at Yogahealer.com Highlights: Cate recommends the book “A Woman's I Ching” by Diane Stein. Cate likes Diane's language about when you don't know these uncertain times. Cate shares her experience with Indy when they're on the beach to work out.  Cate reminds everyone to expand their awareness of physiology to understand what other cultures believe about how the body works. Timestamps: [01:33] Laser Coaching [06:58] Articulate your own beliefs?  [11:01] A new power to trust yourself [11:48] Big factor that comes up often with decision-making [14:22] Limiting Speech [21:52] Live the wisdom that you know [22:31] The Vedic Tradition [25:56] Mentally and Physically go inward [28:50] Habits that slow you down [30:26] The nervous system is in the bone marrow [33:14] Beliefs about healing traditions [34:41] Hardest things about belief Quotes: “If someone's always been rebelling against our culture, it really changes things rather than if someone's felt like overwhelmed by culture in the past, and that culture steered their decision making and that's ended up in a place that has been lackluster on the personal empowerment front, left something to be desired.”  “The idea of saying I will not be discussing this, thinking about this. Because my tendency throughout my life has been to be quiet. Just sit there and be stubborn not to do what people want me to do. But just think about the fact that I'm doing that too much, not just settle with it. Think about it too much. Think about it, okay, I'm stubborn, I'm not doing this thing because the only way I can have control over anything in my life is by not doing the thing.”   “From the Vedic tradition, they were very clear about these teachings. If your mind is spinning, you are burning the depth of integrity of your immune system. You're either dispersing it or you're burning it. And so what does this mean? This is so fascinating how resting with ease and full awareness is the practice. It's a choice. It's a habit.” “Where the senses go, the mind goes. We have to choose, we have to be careful about how we do our sense of organ self-care, and we have to be careful about taking the time that has nothing going on. So that the mind can unwind a bit.”   “You take something if you pull a card like that in the I Ching. And now as a time of waiting, that's how you are able to take action still. So it's not procrastination. It's a conscious engagement with tabling something and building deeper energy in the process.”

Audience
We Need Podcast Critics - with Keelin Peterson

Audience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 29:27


Keelin Peterson runs the website Mentally a Magpie where she reviews podcasts. She joins Audience to discuss what she looks for in a podcast and how thoughtful, objective criticism can help podcasting. Links: Connect with Keelin mentallyamagpie.com @IAmKeelinIt Podcasts Mentioned goodniks.org 20k.org iheart.com/podcast/stuff-you-missed-in-history-cl-21124503/ theringer.com/gene-and-roger-podcast Castos castos.com/integrations/stripe

The Tennis Files Podcast
TFP 256: How to Mentally Prepare For Your Matches with Dr. Larry Lauer

The Tennis Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:01


On Episode 256 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with Dr. Larry Lauer, a mental skills specialist for USTA Player Development, about how to mentally prepare for your matches. Dr. Lauer earned a PhD in science, exercise, and sports psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He was previously the Director of Coaching Education and Development at the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports (ISYS) at Michigan State University. Dr. Lauer also was an assistant coach and mental coach for Michigan State Men's Tennis, helping the team reach the 2013 NCAA tournament. Dr. Lauer was a sports psychologist consultant for USA Hockey's National Team Development Program. He currently co-hosts the Compete Like a Champion Podcast with Johnny Parkes.   On the show, you'll learn a step by step process for how to prepare mentally for your matches, how to achieve the optimal performance state, how to figure out your ideal match temperature, the power of visualization and journaling, how to create a pre-match plan, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Larry! Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! Larry's Bio  Compete Like a Champion Podcast  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Positive Affirmations
8 Signs You're Mentally Breaking Down

Positive Affirmations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 9:21


Stacy Westfall Horse Podcast
Episode 188: Moving faster or slower than your horse; physically and mentally

Stacy Westfall Horse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 21:33


Are you willing to be out of sync with your horse to make progress? In this podcast, I talk about the idea of moving faster or slower than your horse as a concept that exists both physically, and mentally.  When physically riding a horse, it makes sense that you could be  'ahead' of the horse's motion, ‘with' the horse's motion, or ‘behind' the horse's motion.  When riders learn how to ride, they are taught to move with the horse at all times. What if the next level of learning happens when you aim for another position? I also share how this ‘ahead', ‘with', ‘behind' can also show up mentally when working with your horse. A listener shares a success story that illustrates how getting ‘ahead' can bring a horse into a state of being ‘with'…and it feels truly amazing. 

The Virtual Couch
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do - Amy Morin, LCSW

The Virtual Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 43:50


Tony discusses Amy Morin, LCSW's article "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do." https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/what-mentally-strong-people-dont-do/201501/13-things-mentally-strong-people-dont-do Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's “Magnetize Your Marriage” virtual workshop. The cost is only $19. You'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ

KGO 810 Podcast
Nikki Medoro - Helping physically and mentally exhausted California firefighters

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 12:43


Wildfire season runs almost all-year round in the West, and CalMatters.org's Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Julie Cart examines the compelling stories of several firefighters who give up any sense of a normal family life to help save people's lives and homes. The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro talks with Cart about the help that's needed for these human beings who have sacrificed so much. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FiberCast
Mentally Gone Conversations Ep. 31 w/ Mathew A. Silva - WRITING A BOOK | MENTAL HEALTH | DEATH

FiberCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 95:00


Mentally Gone Conversations Ep. 31 w/ Mathew A. Silva - WRITING A BOOK | MENTAL HEALTH | DEATH #mentalhealth #depression #motivation #inspiration #creativity #author In this episode I had the pleasure of meeting and sitting down with Mathew A. Silva, who recently wrote and published his first book titled "The Truth Behind A Smile". We touched on a plethora of topics including: creativity and the importance of art, our relationship with life and death, toxic masculinity, mental health, Mathew's writing process and much more!... Be sure to check out and support Mathew by purchasing his book! Mathew's Instagram: @ mathew.da.silva @ mathewasilva Mathew's TikTok: @ mathewasilva urchase his book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B4CGF248?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 Mentally Gone's community is almost 1 million strong on TikTok, come join Gabriella and I! Mentally Gone TikTok: @ MentallyGoneStudios Mentally Gone Podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentallygonestudios --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentallygonestudios/support

Swami Mukundananda
How To Boost Your Mental Energy In 1 Hour

Swami Mukundananda

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 12:19


How to Boost your Mental Energy in 1 Hour? A Life-Changing Audio on what one hour a day can do to unlock the full power of your Mind. Listen Fully !! We all want to do our best work every day, for which we need to be mentally fresh and charged up every day. How to do that? Listen more to learn as Swami Mukundananda explains it in detail - The Power of Thoughts !! Action item: How do you plan to recharge yourself Mentally every day? Share your thoughts in the comments and inspire others.

ElkShape
Body slamming the monkey on your back

ElkShape

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 67:58


Caje Golden and his good friend Billy won the Alaska bear trip with the elk shape team and Hunting Fool. We are going to motivate you all to go hunt black bears in Alaska. This trip is all about great views with some great people. Jerrod Lile CEO of Hunting Fool has been on this hunt multiple times and showed us the ropes. He was also responsible for the internment as you will hear. Caje is a die hard bow hunter with lots of reps in the field. He has done this from being a hunting guide in Montana. The hole team lived on a boat for five days. Fish in the morning and hunt the later part of the day. With twenty hours of light you cane get a lot done. Some good shots were made and some not so good ones as well. Mentally once you know you have made a bad shot it is up to you to hold on to it or BODY SLAM it off. Caje Golden (@cajegolden) • Instagram photos and videoshttps://www.instagram.com › cajegolden Listeners of the ElkShape Podcast Exclusives: The Elk Collective - $25 off our Digital Elk Hunting Course - elkshapepodcast Wilderness Athlete 30% off your first purchase, discount code elkshape30   Vortex Wear - elkshape - 20% off Apparel Pnuma Outdoors - elkshape20 - 20% off first order Bakcou eBikes - elkshape - $300 off any bike order Northwest Retention Systems - elkshape - ElkShape Scout Model Only - free shipping & handling, 5 Day Lead Time   Black Ovis - elkshape - 10% off (some exclusions apply) Black Rifle Coffee Company - elkshape - 15% off onXhunt - elkshape - 20% off Elite Membership Buck Knives Spypoint Trail Cameras Sheep Feet - elkshape - 10% off Jimmy Kits First Aid - elkshape - 10% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Law School
Tort law (2022): Principles of negligence: Reasonable person (Part Two)

Law School

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 12:00


Personal circumstances. The legal fiction of the reasonable person is an ideal, as nobody is perfect. Everyone has limitations, so the standard requires only that people act similarly to how "a reasonable person under the circumstances" would, as if their limitations were themselves circumstances. As such, courts require that the reasonable person be viewed as having the same limitations as the defendant. For example, a disabled defendant is held to a standard that, by necessity, represents how a reasonable person with that same disability would act. This is no excuse for poor judgment, or trying to act beyond one's abilities. Were it so, there would be as many standards as there were defendants; and courts would spend innumerable hours, and the parties much more money, on determining that particular defendant's reasonableness, character, and intelligence. By using the reasonable person standard, courts instead use an objective tool and avoid such subjective evaluations. The result is a standard that allows the law to behave in a uniform, foreseeable, and neutral manner when attempting to determine liability. Children. One broad allowance made to the reasonable person standard is for children. The standard here requires that a child act in a similar manner to how a "reasonable person of like age, intelligence, and experience under like circumstances" would act. In many common law systems, children under the age of 6 or 7 are typically exempt from any liability, whether civil or criminal, as they are deemed to be unable to understand the risk involved in their actions. This is called the defense of infancy: in Latin, doli incapax. In some jurisdictions, one of the exceptions to these allowances concern children engaged in what is primarily considered to be high-risk adult activity, such as operating a motor vehicle, and in some jurisdictions, children can also be "tried as an adult" for serious crimes, such as murder, which causes the court to disregard the defendant's age. Mentally ill. The reasonable person standard makes no allowance for the mentally ill. Such a refusal goes back to the standard set in Menlove, where Menlove's attorney argued for the subjective standard. In the 170 years since, the law has kept to the legal judgment of having only the single, objective standard. Such judicial adherence sends a message that the mentally ill would do better to refrain from taking risk-creating actions, unless they exercise a heightened degree of self-restraint and precaution, if they intend to avoid liability. Generally, the courts have reasoned that by not accepting mental illness as a bar to recovery, a potentially liable third party, such as a caregiver, will be more likely to protect the public. The courts have also stated the reason that members of the public are unable to identify a mentally ill person, as they can a child or someone with a physical disability. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support

Diary of a Mad Black Man
DE 138: 7 Things to Stay Mentally Healthy

Diary of a Mad Black Man

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 24:18


. Learn More: DiaryofaMadBlackMan.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diaryofamadblackman/message

Seema Says
Learn how to take advantage of hardship and become mentally free

Seema Says

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 23:33


No one else has the power. Don't you know that you are a slice of the sun?

SAVAGE MIND PODCAST
PART 2) MENTALLY STRONG, RESPONSIBLE, DISCIPLINED PEOPLE!!

SAVAGE MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 49:34


THIS SOCIETY CATERS TO THE WEAK, SOFT, UNDISCIPLINED, THE LAZY....THE VICTIM MENTALITY!!! THE LESS THAN 10% ARE OFFENSIVE!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/savage-lifestyle1/support

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer
IS KETAMINE SAFE? - Treatment Resistant Depression - Mentally STRONG

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 17:33


Ketamine and Esketamine (Spravato) are approved for use in treating refractory or treatment resistant depression and suicidality. Have you been considering ketamine treatment and are wondering if it's safe, physically and emotionally?Is Ketamine safe? Dr. B has experience administering ketamine for different purposes over a long period of time starting when she was 17 years old in the army. Watch this video to hear all about her experiences and her opinion on whether the drug is safe for treating refractory depression.Ketamine treatments available at Mentally STRONG in Colorado Springs719-493-9555--Dr. Cristi Bundukamara, Ed.D, PMHNP-BC --- A Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and a Doctor of Healthcare Education has experienced unimaginable trials that have caused many feelings such as depression, anxiety, anger, & overwhelming stress. However, she has developed a new pathway to becoming Mentally Strong & Choosing to be Happy.  With purpose, Dr. B has developed the phases that were refined within the Mentally STRONG Method that she created and wants to share with you.https://www.facebook.com/Mentallystronginchttps://www.mentallystrong.com@drcristi_b

Society Owes Me A Gen-X Podcast: The 90s
P is for Phoenix Festival 1993

Society Owes Me A Gen-X Podcast: The 90s

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 73:18


The Phoenix Festival held Warwickshire, UK and put on my Mean Fiddler, it was the first of its name - blending indie rock with punk pop and offering a new experience for music lovers - with some mixed results. We dig in to the trials of a brand new fest, the cool bands that didn't get the recognition they deserved and how John Peel is frankly the centre of the universe. Mentally put up your old 2 man tent, put on a bucket hat, crack open a large can of cider and ENJOY. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/societyowesmeagenxpodcast/message

Poem-a-Day
Ava Hofmann: "Mentally missturbed"

Poem-a-Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 3:30


Recorded by Ava Hofmann for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on June 17, 2022. www.poets.org

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Biden is mentally incompetent. Victor Davis Hanson with Sebastian Gorka One on One

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 51:51


For this One on One, Sebastian talks to professor Victor Davis Hanson about the fatal implications of the West's current mindset of self-hatred, the historic incompetence of the Biden administration, and more; for the monologue, he plays several of the most damning clips of top Democrats openly expressing their hatred of America Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer
LIVE COURSE: Healing Through the Mentally STRONG Method - What is it? - Dr. B - 2022

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:52


Watch this video if you are interested in learning more about the Healing Through the Mentally STRONG Method live course in Colorado Springs.Next Course Date: Friday, July 15th 2022 - 9 am - 5 pmRegister: mentallystrong.com/events8 CEU credits available for licensed professionals.--Dr. Cristi Bundukamara, Ed.D, PMHNP-BC --- A Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and a Doctor of Healthcare Education has experienced unimaginable trials that have caused many feelings such as depression, anxiety, anger, & overwhelming stress. However, she has developed a new pathway to becoming Mentally Strong & Choosing to be Happy.  With purpose, Dr. B has developed the phases that were refined within the Mentally STRONG Method that she created and wants to share with you.https://www.facebook.com/Mentallystronginchttps://www.mentallystrong.com@drcristi_bhttps://www.youtube.com/c/drbmentallystronghttps://www.linkedin.com/company/mentallystrong

Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro
Bitcoin Price Analysis and Macro ft. Tone Vays - FED 98

Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 61:44


Fed Watch is the macro podcast for bitcoiners. Each episode we discuss current events in macro from across the globe, with an emphasis on central banks and currency matters. In this episode of the Fed Watch podcast, I get to sit down with Tone Vays, a true bitcoiner and long time price and macro analyst in Bitcoin. Our discussion ranges from the current conditions, to Bitcoin cycles, to broader macro topics including the state of Europe, Euro, and US politics. You can follow Tone on Twitter, instagram and YouTube. You can find the charts for this episode on BitcoinandMarkets.com/fed98. And watch the live stream on Bitcoin Magazine's channel. Current Bitcoin Market Conditions In the first segment of the podcast, Tone talks about the psychological state of the Bitcoin market. Paraphrasing: “I was around for the last two bear markets. 2013 was the classic bubble chart, you were mentally prepared for what's to come. 2017, again, the ICOs, it was an unreasonable exponential rise, so you were mentally prepared. I wasn't mentally prepared for this one. Because, when the top came in April 2021, we had an incredible amount of good news. Michael Saylor, Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey leaving Twitter to go all in on Bitcoin with Square (Block), El Salvador, then El Salvador buying bitcoin. “That turned into a sell the news event. 50% correction, no big deal. Everyone was mentally fine with it. Then, this is where it's all about your mental state. When we went back and broke that top, in November, that was THE breakout. Everyone thought we were going higher, I thought we were going higher. That fakeout in November was mentally brutal. We crashed back the $30,000 low, broke down to $20,000, and over the last 3-6 months people have been very very concerned. “This prolonged move has made people tighten their belts. Mentally, they feel like they were cheated and don't think bitcoin should be at these lows. Bitcoin was built for this world we are seeing right now with all the uncertainty. They are stealing bank accounts from not just individuals, like in Canada, but from sovereign countries. Bitcoin was built for this, but the price keeps going down. People are starting to throw in the towel. Everyone is saying lower, lower, lower. This is where I have to believe that the majority is always wrong.” Bitcoin Cycles I asked Tone about bitcoin valuation models and 4-year cycles, whether they are all broken and if we need to find a new model. He says he thinks models always fail. Stock-to-flow is theoretically correct in Tone's mind, but it cannot be successfully used as a technical indicator. As for the 4-year halving cycle, Tone believes that it is partly due to hype and partly due to actual supply shocks. That is my position here on Fed Watch as well. It has its own hype cycle, completely separate from the overall bitcoin hype. Kind of similar to how altcoins try to hype their hard fork upgrades, bitcoin accomplishes that naturally through the halving. However, I think the hype is lessening with each cycle, along with the supply shock aspect. That is why I now believe we have a 2-year cycle of sorts. A smaller effect from the halving, but which still causes an echo a couple years later. Tone insightfully points out that there is much less of a clear distinction between bull and bear markets. Price action in the years 2020 and 2021 do not lend themselves to a clear dividing line. Going forward therefore, it will become harder to delineate these cycles. Europe Crisis and Global Macro We started running up on our hard time limit before we got into the juicy stuff. So, hopefully we can have Tone back on in a few months to continue this discussion. But we did get Tone's opinions on Europe and the Euro. Paraphrasing again: “I will say that I have a very low opinion of Western Europe. It's nice, you go there it's safe, you can walk around the street, you feel fairly safe. It has remnants of collapsing capitalist society, as they hand over all power to the World Economic Forum. I believe that the WEF is too liberal socialists organization. They have too much control over politics. To quote Klaus Schwab, “we have penetrated the cabinets.” And they have. I think the path of the WEF is a very very dangerous path, and I short the future of Western countries that buy into its power. That's why I'm very bearish on Europe. I think the common currency will break up.” We talk about so much more, from bitcoin's correlation to stocks and altcoins, to monetary policy. This is one of my favorite episodes we've ever done on Fed Watch, so it is definitely a must listen. Check out Tone's twitter and YouTube channel. That does it for this week. Thanks to the watchers and listeners. If you enjoy this content please SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW on iTunes, and SHARE! Written by Ansel Lindner Economist, bitcoin specialist, and author of the Bitcoin Dictionary and the free weekly Bitcoin Fundamentals Report. Find more from Ansel at the bitcoinandmarkets.com

Narcissistic Abuse No More
6 Things Mentally Strong People Do

Narcissistic Abuse No More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 35:03


Helping people admit what they feel in order to heal from the effects of narcissism from a Biblical and Psychological perspective. Website: www.NarcAbuseNoMore.org Email: NarcAbuseNoMore@mail.com Donate at: www.NarcissisticAbuseNoMore.com or CASH APP - $evangelistklrch1975IT Iz FINISHED End Times' Ministries Website: www.ITIzFINISHED.com IT Iz FINISHED Email: ITIzFINISHED@mail.comWatch on YouTube at: Narcissistic Abuse No More

allmomdoes Podcast with Julie Lyles Carr
Helping Our Kids Stay Mentally Rested in an Age of Anxiety with Katy Boatman

allmomdoes Podcast with Julie Lyles Carr

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 33:49


A chat with her young niece made Katy Boatman realize just how much kids today struggle with anxiety and fear. So she did something about it.Katy joins The AllMomDoes Podcast host Julie Lyles Carr and talks about recognizing and addressing anxiety, stress, and exhaustion in our kids today, and how to equip them to apply the comfort and love of God toward their feelings. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3QgWZK1

Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod
434: How to Be Mentally Prepared for Anything

Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 43:14


Earlier this year, we talked about how to prepare yourself “logistically” for the challenges that might be on the horizon, such as the likelihood of a major recession, and supply chain issues that are causing shortages of everything from baby formula to microchips to paper, and most concerning - the coming food shortages that many have been anticipating.  But no matter how much logistical preparation we do, we can't be prepared for anything, because we can't predict the future.  However, there's an entire other aspect of preparation that we do have the ability to be prepared for anything, and that is “mental” preparation.  You've probably heard me say this many times over the years, no matter what your circumstances are, you have the ability to control your emotional state. While most people allow the world around them to determine how they feel (which often causes fear, anxiety, and depression)—you can learn how to maintain the optimal emotional state even when facing the most difficult circumstances. In today's episode, I'm going to give you three (3) strategies to be mentally prepared for ANYTHING—no matter what the world throws your way. KEY TAKEAWAYS ● How society conditions us to be emotionally reactive and how this holds us back. ● The beauty and power of taking total control of your emotional state. ● What really causes our fear and how to transcend it. ● How to practice choosing your optimal emotional state even when facing daily challenges. ● The magic of focusing your attention on what you can control–and only what you can control. Get The Full Show Notes To get full access to today's show notes, including audio, transcript, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit MiracleMorning/434 Subscribe, Rate & Review I would love if you could subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating & review. This will encourage other people to listen and allow us to grow as a community. The bigger we get as a community, the bigger the impact we can have on the world. To subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes, visit HalElrod.com/iTunes. Connect with Hal Elrod Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube

Athlete Maestro | Sports Education | Sports Psychology | Mental Toughness | Athlete Development | Mental Training | Master Th

Athlete Maestro helps you master the mental, physical and business aspects of sports. If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. MORE IMPORTANTLY: Join our exclusive facebook group for like minded athletes where we delve deeper into the episodes of the podcast, www.athletemaestro.com/group Sign up for any of my programs at athletemaestro.com/courses If you're a parent and you'll like to learn how to nurture your child's sporting talent sign up for my FREE MASTERCLASS athletemaestro.com/sportsparenting There are a ton of podcasts you could be listening to right now but you chose Athlete Maestro. THANK YOU. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Get the Athlete Maestro Daily Planner, www.athletemaestro.com/dailyplanner Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewe Thanks for tuning in.

Success to Significance: Life After Breaking Through Glass Ceilings
Being Completely Whole Mentally, Physically, Emotionally And Spiritually With Dr. Patricia Boulogne

Success to Significance: Life After Breaking Through Glass Ceilings

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 35:27


Many people watch television to relax and relieve stress. However, we never realized that this also affects our overall outlook in life and could prevent us from being completely whole and becoming the best person we can be. That is according to our guest in today's episode, Dr. Patricia Boulogne. She helps sick, overweight, and tired people to release lifelong weight problems, chronic diseases, and genetic disposition to restore energy and vitality and be completely whole, mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She emphasizes that you can be a better you with what you feed your body and mind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Vocabs101
8 Signs You're Mentally Breaking Down

Vocabs101

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 9:21


Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming
THE PREACHER DOG! CONFERENCE CALL CHRONICLES #5; MINDSET EPISODE #459

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 3:43


The Host Mr. Tony Fleming gives a perfect example of "Mentally strong people don't make the same mistake over and over!". This is hilarious; take a listen!

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer
PANIC Disorder - Demystifying the DSM - Mentally STRONG

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 6:22


PANIC DISORDER - Using the Mentally STRONG Method, we would take a Thought Map and we would say: Panic anxiety, last time you had a panic attack. What was going on? What about in the past when you had a panic attack? What was going on? You know, when was the first time you had a panic attack and what was going on? Did you ever have a panic attack or even anxiety in your childhood, right? These are the questions that we would ask to kind of see what the patterns are that brings on that physical symptom, because oftentimes once you get to that panic level of anxiety, we need to use a medication to kind of bring you down. And what happened is because there's such a physical rush of symptoms you kind of forget maybe what the trigger was, right? And so, sitting down doing that Thought Map and trying to find patterns around it. Because once you know what the internal button is probably a core connection that is being pushed when that happens you will have more control of it. And it feels, a panic attack feels like you're out of control, and that is a scary place to be. Nobody feels good in a panic attack. It is possible to deep breathe your way out of a panic attack. I can do that. But oftentimes, if you haven't had therapy and insight, knowing how to do grounding techniques, knowing how to calm yourself down, it might be very difficult to talk yourself or bring yourself out of a panic attack. But that is the goal is to bring yourself out of it, but I think what happens is that the fear fuels the fire. The physical symptoms of the panic attack. The fear of the panic attack fuels that fire, and so then that panic anxiety just gets worse, worse, worse, worse instead of having some insight and knowing how to calm that down, so you definitely need if you are experiencing panic attacks, you definitely need to get with someone who can teach you mindfulness. Deep breathing, grounding techniques, stimulating the Vagus nerve which can help the physical symptoms. For example, you have the biggest nerves in your neck. If you hum, that vibration actually stimulates the Vagus nerve, which is the biggest nerve. Is what would help you calm down. It is also a physical nerve of a calming nerve. These are, there are multiple techniques out there for learning how to bring down or manage your panic anxiety. But also figuring out what your triggers are so that you can decrease the intensity and the frequency in which this occurs. You know, if you're unable to do those things, you might have an underlying also generalized anxiety that you would need to treat with typically an antidepressant medication to get more neurotransmission in your brain. The more we have floating around, the more we can utilize to help us have control of our brain, so that's panic. If you are experiencing it, I know it is super scary, but make sure that you're trying to treat it from every avenue, not just medication so you can do this. --Dr. Cristi Bundukamara, Ed.D, PMHNP-BC --- A Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and a Doctor of Healthcare Education has experienced unimaginable trials that have caused many feelings such as depression, anxiety, anger, & overwhelming stress. However, she has developed a new pathway to becoming Mentally Strong & Choosing to be Happy.  With purpose, Dr. B has developed the phases that were refined within the Mentally STRONG Method that she created and wants to share with you.https://www.facebook.com/Mentallystronginchttps://www.mentallystrong.com

Mentally Gone
Mentally Gone Conversations Ep. 30 w/ Ferdinand Loperena - ONLYFANS | HUSTLE CULTURE | SOLIPSISM

Mentally Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 93:33


Mentally Gone Conversations Ep. 30 w/ Ferdinand Loperena - ONLYFANS | HUSTLE CULTURE | SOLIPSISM In this episode I had the pleasure of meeting and sitting down with Ferdinand Loperena for the first time and we touched on a plethora of topics including: hustle culture and it's toxic implications, motivation and the corny motivational speakers/gurus/videos, Passion and what success means to us, Solipsism and the egg theory, movies and the philosophical messaging they sometimes relay (Nihilism in Everything Everywhere All At Once), Some hot takes like Ben Affleck's Batman being better than Christian Bale's Batman and whether or not Marvel is satanic... That and much more! Be sure to check out and support Ferdinand and his clothing brand "Eunoia" Ferdinand's Instagram: @ fahhbaadeelop Ferdinand's TikTok: @ ahhbaadee Eunoia Website: https://www.eunoiaappareld.com Eunoia Instagram: @ eunoia_appareld Mentally Gone's community is almost 1 million strong on TikTok, come join Gabriella and I! Mentally Gone TikTok: @ MentallyGoneStudios Mentally Gone Podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentallygonestudios --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentallygonestudios/support

FiberCast
Mentally Gone Conversations Ep. 30 w/ Ferdinand Loperena - ONLYFANS | HUSTLE CULTURE | SOLIPSISM

FiberCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 93:33


Mentally Gone Conversations Ep. 30 w/ Ferdinand Loperena - ONLYFANS | HUSTLE CULTURE | SOLIPSISM In this episode I had the pleasure of meeting and sitting down with Ferdinand Loperena for the first time and we touched on a plethora of topics including: hustle culture and it's toxic implications, motivation and the corny motivational speakers/gurus/videos, Passion and what success means to us, Solipsism and the egg theory, movies and the philosophical messaging they sometimes relay (Nihilism in Everything Everywhere All At Once), Some hot takes like Ben Affleck's Batman being better than Christian Bale's Batman and whether or not Marvel is satanic... That and much more! Be sure to check out and support Ferdinand and his clothing brand "Eunoia" Ferdinand's Instagram: @ fahhbaadeelop Ferdinand's TikTok: @ ahhbaadee Eunoia Website: https://www.eunoiaappareld.com Eunoia Instagram: @ eunoia_appareld Mentally Gone's community is almost 1 million strong on TikTok, come join Gabriella and I! Mentally Gone TikTok: @ MentallyGoneStudios Mentally Gone Podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentallygonestudios --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentallygonestudios/support

SAVAGE MIND PODCAST
INTRO : FOR THOSE THAT ARE MENTALLY STRONG, RESPONSIBLE!!

SAVAGE MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 21:54


Something that is very clear throughout my life... is the fact that the more disciplined you are, the more responsible, dependant, reliable, resilient you are...THE MORE YOU HAVE YOUR SHIT TOGETHER THROUGHOUT YOUR LIFE (NOT FOR A PHASE) THE LESS PEOPLE CARE AND ACKNOWLEDGE YOU!! THE FOCUS & ATTENTION GOES FOR THOSE WHO WILL NOT.... NOT THOSE WHO CANNOT!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/savage-lifestyle1/support

Motivational Queen Michelle Podcast
Get out of jail (MENTALLY)

Motivational Queen Michelle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 15:55


Motivation.Michelle on Instagram follow me….. Support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motivationalqueenmichelle/message

Magical Soul Healing
Mercury enters Gemini | Tarot & Astrology Readings | All Zodiac Signs

Magical Soul Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 28:08


Mercury enters Gemini details Collective Tarot Cards: - The Magician (Mercury) - The Lovers (Gemini) Collective Themes: - Fun, detached flirting - Thought provoking convos/perspective taking - Playful banter/quips - Openness to try new things - Mentally feeling lighter/automatic downloads of ideas - Application of new insights to old ideas/ideas left aside *please note this podcast is not a substitute for support from a licensed mental health professional For questions and feedback, e-mail at Jessica.Mazzo@magicalsoulhealing.com If you like this podcast episode be sure to subscribe + write a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review. Doing this is a free way to show your support + gets me seen by other people who can benefit from my offerings Sign-up now to get the best of my episodes! Start exploring your spirituality, gifts, and inner psyche with me today. You'll get a lot out of these episodes, including tips and techniques to empower yourself so that you can live well. Subscribe to the Magical Soul Healing Podcast now! - Website / 1:1 Booking Calendar - The Empress Advice Line - Instagram / TikTok / YouTube, connect with me here! - VIP Package, for working together frequently - Mini Reading, quick and simple option for guidance and answers - Tarot Basics Course + Login, for beginners - Hello, Tarot Private Facebook Group, for increasing your skills and connecting with readers around the world - FREE Higher Self Workbook, to help you easily connect with your divinity - Venmo Donations / PayPal Donations / CashApp Donations / Amazon Wishlist - SoCal Interview, Meet Jessica Mazzo: Tarot Reader and Spiritual Mentor --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jessica-mazzo/message

The Egg Whisperer Show
How to Feel Mentally Well During Fertility Treatment with guest Marc Sherman

The Egg Whisperer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 19:38


Today, I'm delighted to be joined on The Egg Whisperer Show by Marc Sherman of Organic Conceptions, a company he founded after a 20-year career in corporate America. The idea came after he and his wife Erin struggled with infertility, decided to adopt, and then unexpectedly found themselves pregnant. Realizing that this phenomenon occurs regularly, they decided to conduct the first-ever research project to better understand the insights, patterns, and commonalities from similar stories. They partnered with Ph.D. Kate Webster and conducted a multi-year study that uncovered 9 key emotional transitions that were common across these stories, and that are required for conception. Their program, The Journey to Parenthood & Beyond, helps couples identify, name, address, and overcome the suffering involved when struggling to conceive, resulting in healthier patients and better outcomes. Listen on Dr. Aimee's website. You can find Marc Sherman's site, Organic Conceptions, here.   Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Join Egg Whisperer School Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates  Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer
When Grief Gets in the Way: Mentally STRONG with Dr. B

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 14:25


What can you do when grief gets in the way of your Personal Vision?Listen to this podcast to find out how Dr. B handles it when grief gets in the way.www.mentallystrong.com/grief--Dr. Cristi Bundukamara, Ed.D, PMHNP-BC --- A Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and a Doctor of Healthcare Education has experienced unimaginable trials that have caused many feelings such as depression, anxiety, anger, & overwhelming stress. However, she has developed a new pathway to becoming Mentally Strong & Choosing to be Happy.  With purpose, Dr. B has developed the phases that were refined within the Mentally STRONG Method that she created and wants to share with you.https://www.facebook.com/Mentallystronginchttps://www.mentallystrong.com

Take the Lead
How To Live A Balance Lifestyle | Spiritually, Mentally & Emotionally

Take the Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 7:42


#Balance #lifestyle #lifehacks Sign Up Now: https://thechosenparty.thinkific.com Exclusive Content: https://www.patreon.com/terachantelle Check Out The Latest Blog: https://www.terachantelle.com/post/embracing-living-consciously-single Social Media Digital Marketing Bundle Deal: https://www.terachantelle.com/shop Shop Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-3de609f8 Listen To The Podcast: https://anchor.fm/terachantelle Self-Love Manual available now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088VXM3SY [FREE] Join the party: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1386131678396280/about Let's Build The Brand: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One on One Session: https://www.terachantelle.com/book-online Content Creation: https://www.terachantelle.com/magic WATCH ROYAL PURPOSE: https://www.amazon.com/Royal-Purpose-Tera-Chantelle/dp/B085RJXMHQ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=tera+chantelle&qid=1590898526&sr=8-2 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support: https://paypal.me/terachantelle?locale.x=en_US -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONNECT MORE: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terachantelle/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/teraxchantelle?lang=en TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@terachantelle IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9960344/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Business Email: Terachantelle1@gmail.com ABOUT ME: Tera Chantelle is a Self-Love & Brand coach, author, film producer, writer, podcast/talk show host, and inspirational speaker who is passionate about helping others to believe in themselves and soar through their fears and hurdles. She is epitomized by creative thinking, brilliant intuition and insight. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/terachantelle/support

The Valleycast
What Year Are You Mentally Stuck In?

The Valleycast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 57:25


Hello, our little bottles of wine. WHAT YEAR ARE YOU?! Mentally, that is. We'd never ask your real age. Rude. Thanks to HELLOFRESH: Go to http://hellofresh.com/valleycast16 to get up to 16 free meals plus 3 free gifts. Want one of the LAST COPIES of Movie Movie Game? Get them while they're hot! Expansion sets too! https://themoviemoviegame.myshopify.com/ And keep sending us your photos of MOVIE MOVIE GAME! Ain't she BEAUTIFUL?! GET THE MOVIE MOVIE POSTER: https://store.dftba.com/products/movie-movie-game-poster Music/SFX: If you like our sounds, sign up for ONE FREE MONTH on us at Epidemic Sound! Over 30,000 songs: http://share.epidemicsound.com/n96pc Follow The Valleyfolk across the digital globe: http://twitter.com/TheValleyfolk http://instagram.com/TheValleyfolk http://facebook.com/TheValleyfolk Follow the group on their personal socials: Joe Bereta: http://twitter.com/JoeBereta http://instagram.com/joebereta Elliott Morgan: http://twitter.com/elliottcmorgan http://instagram.com/elliottmorgan Steve Zaragoza: http://twitter.com/stevezaragoza http://instagram.com/stevezaragoza Kevin Plachy: https://twitter.com/pakkap_ https://www.instagram.com/pakkap Shoot: Kevin Plachy Edit: Kevin Plachy I'm 48.

The
The 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss

The "Cake Doesn't Count" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 19:41


Written by Jenn Hand, Holistic Nutritionist, Board Certified Health Coach, NBC-HWC   If you've been in the diet world for any length of time, you know how frustrating the weight battle can be. But what if we're believing the wrong things about weight loss? After helping hundreds of women overcome late night bingeing and finding their normal, I know a thing or two about what works, what doesn't and what keeps us stuck! This blog is going to debunk the 7 biggest myths of weight loss and show you where to focus instead. I recently received an email from a blog reader who said: “Is it normal that this journey is mind numbingly frustrating at times? I feel like I've made great strides in the areas of “normal” eating. I've let go of dieting overall (although I do still overeat at times). But my weight hasn't budged. What is the big secret to losing weight?! How can I view this part of the journey in a different way? It can be incredibly frustrating when you've been desperately trying to find your “normal” around food but feel like you're not making any progress in the weight realm. There are so many “old tapes” we cling to and myths about diet and exercise that can keep us stuck. We're exploring all of this and more in today's blog!   Topics in This Article:    So What Are the 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss? The True Key To Weight Loss Three Areas to Focus On Instead of Weight How I Found My Happy Weight (Personal Story) What's Next? So What Are The 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss?   If you google “how to lose weight”, approximately 4 million different articles come up. Most of the advice is fad diets, unsustainable food programs and advice that doesn't consider our preferences, lifestyles and complicated relationship to food. Since we are not robots (It's not as simple as drink kale smoothies + run 5 miles = weight loss), our relationship to weight is complicated. Here are the top weight loss myths debunked:   Myth #1: Losing weight is a linear process   I wish this one was true! I can't tell you how many times I yearned for this process to be linear and straightforward.  The reality is, underneath our food and weight struggles is a lot of other stuff! (I.E. we don't trust ourselves around food, we feel out of control, we loath our bodies which impacts food choices, we try to be “good” all the time, we feel guilt over good vs bad foods, we don't know how to stop bingeing, etc) If you're feeling like this process is a few steps forward, a step back, a detour to the side, a missed step, and then questioning any progress at all? That's normal. You ARE making progress. It's just not linear. Sometimes seeds are planted and sprout down the road. Other times we need to hear something multiple times before it clicks. The beliefs that become ingrained in our minds from the diet world take some time to “unlearn” as we are strengthening the habits and beliefs that better serve us. (Read my "How Long It Took Me to Be a Normal Eater" here! I tell you the exact details of my diet journey.)   Myth #2: Carbs make you put on weight   Carbs get a bad rep when we're dieting. I work with so many women on breaking the “carbs are bad” food rule (that was one of my most stringent rules I tried to adhere too when I was trying to control my food!) Almost all of us have the “carbs make you gain weight” belief in our minds. But remember that vegetables, fruits, beans, peas…are all considered carbohydrates!  I'm a firm believer in all foods have their place. That doesn't mean you just eat noodles and bread every meal, but it means that working to find a balanced approach where you can enjoy a piece of pizza IS a part of the larger strategy in finding a comfortable weight. No food is good or bad; it's about finding what works and nourishes YOUR body instead of adhering to some prescribed plan. (And that usually includes finding a more balanced relationship to carbs! More on carbs here!)    Myth #3: Restricting is the best way to lose weight   So many of us have experienced “success” with this formula: Eat less + restrict sugar/carbs = weight loss. When we're working to find a more peaceful relationship around food, we cling to this old notion.  We think we'll NEVER find a comfortable weight if we eat normally. But sustainability is the name of the game. Restriction, in any form, leads to frustration, crankiness, and inevitably going off whatever “plan” we were trying to follow. (Followed by feelings of failures, guilt and blaming ourselves). The best way to restore our bodies weight equilibrium is NOT to restrict! (**Thanks a lot, diet world, for messing with our heads on this one!)   Myth #4: Food that tastes good is always bad for you    Have you ever bitten into a fresh garden grown tomato? Eaten watermelon on a hot summer day? Tasted simmering homemade spaghetti sauce hot off the stove? There are incredible whole foods that taste delicious and satisfying. In fact, I posted a poll in the Normal Eaters Club a few years ago and asked: If you could eat ANYTHING for your favorite meal, what would it be? The answers were not donuts, cake, cookies, and brownies. They were “my mom's homemade spaghetti”, “my grandma's roast chicken with potatoes”, “a meal from a restaurant I went to in Italy”, and “a Greek dish with cheese and dairy (that I've always told myself I couldn't have) that's been in my family for years”, among others. There are tons of foods out there that taste good AND are satisfying and nutritious. Sometimes it just takes a little bit of experimentation!   Myth #5: If you want to lose weight, go on a diet    The reality is that diets rarely result in long-term weight loss. Have you ever wondered why we keep going back, again and again, to diets? Because if we go on something, we inevitably go off, and so we keep searching for the next “solution” that'll be the one to last. But none of them DO last. (*A UCLA study found that almost 2/3 of people who dieted gained MORE weight back than they initially lost.) Diets are too hard to maintain. They are usually restrictive, signal to our bodies that we need to “keep fuel” instead of “burn fuel” and miss out on giving us all of the nutrients we need to thrive. Plus, diets make us feel like a failure and we usually get even more frustrated and disillusioned than before!  A more balanced, sustainable approach truly is what works for the long haul.   Myth #6: Eat less, move more   This one might be controversial, especially because most of our “success” around weight has been when we've eaten less and moved more.  But hear me out… When we eat less, we can move our bodies into “conservation mode”. This means that our bodies hold onto fuel instead of burning it, in fear it needs to conserve energy for the future. In addition to that, our relationship to food is complicated! Imagine a doctor telling someone who is overweight battling diabetes to just “eat less, move more”.  If it were that simple, millions of people wouldn't battle their weight. Food is emotional, mental and even spiritual. So much of our relationship to weight is healing the deeper beliefs, emotions, and habits that keep us stuck if we want the change to last.   Myth #7: All calories are equal   Counting calories might seem like a great strategy for weight loss. But I could eat 1600 calories of Oreos, bread, steak and donuts or I could eat 1600 calories of vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins. When we fixate just on calories, it misses the bigger picture of nutrition and health. Calorie counting gives us the illusion of control. It gives us a security that we can control what we eat. The reality is, like another other form of trying to control our food, it usually backfires. We go on and off the counting. We rebel at the end of the week and binge on the weekends. Instead of focusing on calories, it can be helpful to focus on balance (see below for more tips on where to focus!) If you prefer to listen to the podcast, check it out here:   Here Is the True Key To Weight Loss   So what is the biggest factor in weight loss?  The most mind numbingly annoying secret to weight loss... … is that it's actually NOT as simple as the diet world makes it out to be. Here is the short list of things that impact weight loss: Genetics Metabolism Hormonal imbalances Stress Seasons Thyroid/Adrenal Glands Gut health Sleep Food sensitivities/allergies And that's just the start! When we're sold this idea that it's OUR fault if we can't lose weight, it only perpetuates the feeling of blame and shame if we struggle. One of my favorite blog posts I've ever written is “The Secret to Lasting Weight Loss” (read it here). There is this deeper component to weight that's missing in the diet world. The real key to weight loss is that depth. Exploring emotions and mindset. Redefining food rules that don't serve us. Discovering what nourishes and satisfies us. Understanding our innate sense of worth (which can reflect out in how we eat). Learning the art of feeling emotions without turning to food. None of this is addressed in the diet world (which is why our “results” don't last!) So where do you start to begin to shift out of the “old” way of viewing weight?   Bonus Tips: 3 Areas to Focus on Instead of Weight   If many of our weight beliefs and myths of weight loss aren't true, where should we focus instead? Here are three areas to explore: Aim for health over weight   When we fixate on weight, we often miss the big picture of overall health. We want to spot reduce, get rid of our flabby bellies or thighs, and get down to a smaller size. What would it look like to focus on health instead? Explore what types of foods would feel nourishing and nutritious. Play around with different ways that you can move your body. Find new recipes to try. Restoring our bodies to their comfortable weight doesn't involve hating ourselves into change. Lasting shifts come from kindness, curiosity, and compassion in learning to let go of habits that don't serve us and replace them with ones that do. Here are some reflections to get you started: What would feel like a nutritious meal? What does it mean to be healthy? How does my body want to move? Where can I bring in more balance around food? How does it feel to explore health over weight? What is one healthy habit you want to play with? Look at the emotional & mental side of food   When I used to desperately try to “stop” the diet/binge cycle, I neglected a huge piece of the puzzle: my emotions and mindset. I ate when I was stressed, bored, had anxiety or felt angst. But I also ate because emotionally, I didn't know how to deal with life. Mentally, I was insanely critical of myself and hated my body (which would always cause me to overeat). Our thoughts and emotions play a critical role in how we eat. This is a big missing piece of any diet; it doesn't look more deeply into WHY we do what we do around food. Explore where your emotions and mindset play into how you're eating. This can be very eye-opening and insightful! Because when we get to the root of why we do something, we can address the real cause of the problem. Work on one habit a day   Often when we have a lot of things we want to change, it becomes overwhelming, and we shut down (and then don't change anything)! What can you focus on today or this week? Bring yourself back to just ONE thing you can change. It could be physical, mental, or emotional. This process is small daily habits that build up to big changes over time. (The opposite of what we learn in the diet world…we do XYZ to “get” a result. This path is learning how to create small shifts over time vs getting to the “end” for a result). Here are a few ideas to experiment with: Meal plan dinners for this week Moving your body for 10-15 minutes a day Eating a vegetable with dinner Trying one new fruit or vegetable 3x this week Packing your lunch for work Monday-Friday Say one nice thing to yourself in the mirror every morning The path to weight loss is all about letting go of the myths we believed, exploring more deeply our emotions and mental tapes and redefining our areas of focus!   How I Found My Own Happy Weight   I always hesitate to share my own "weight" story, as I think for some people, it can detract from the overarching goal: finding food freedom and being "normal". But I've had many women ask about my own weight journey and here are some of the things that helped me arrive at my body's comfortable weight: Putting Weight Second  I always had this desperate battle between wanting to lose weight but also wanting to stop dieting/bingeing. When the desire to stop bingeing/dieting moved into the "top priority", it helped me heal what needed to heal. That doesn't mean I didn't want to lose weight. It just meant that I was determined to learn how to stop bingeing, trust my body, figure out how to eat "normally", look at my emotions, explore body image, and do the hard inner work it takes to shift habits at a deeper level. Learning What My Body Needed  I've gone through a thousand different phases of how I eat over the years to learn more and more what works for my own body. This is important because we are not designed to just "follow" a plan. We need to learn what works for OUR OWN bodies! Each of us is different. Some people do better with more or less animal protein. Others can handle higher carbs (others lower). Some people need to eat more often than others. I've gone vegetarian, explored more vs less animal protein consumption, experimented with higher and lower amounts of carbs, eaten less dairy to see how it would impact my skin, played with amount of fat and fiber for satiation, and have learned to keep tuning in to see what my body is needing and wanting. This has helped settle my weight over the long haul. Hormonal Balancing I've seen natural health practitioners and used many holistic health remedies over the years. My belief is that often times our out of balance weight may be a reflection of an internal imbalance. So when I've had weight stuckpoints, I've turned to the natural health world to calm my adrenals (hormonal balancing) and to help my body come back into balance. (*This is my belief, so may not resonate with everyone!)   What's Next? More Resources For You There are a bunch of different resources for you to explore different aspects of weight in more depth: Can You Lose Weight without Dieting? Food Freedom Bundle How to Be a Normal Eater Book 3 Best Tools to End Emotional Eating (And the Quiz) "I Gained Weight and Feel Like a Failure" Work with Me I've been helping women like you become normal eaters since 2015. I've worked with hundreds of women, helping them to balance their bodies, let go of the scale, stop obsessing over food, and start feeling amazing again!  As an accredited health coach with a background in nutrition, I know how to support you into making real positive change that lasts. If you're ready to finally see a lasting change and experience true freedom, you can schedule a free introductory call with me.  Click here to schedule a free 15-minute introductory call to see how I can help you become a normal eater!

MINIMUM WAGE MAXIMUM RAGE
#41: MENTALLY UNSTABLE (but absolutely hilarious)

MINIMUM WAGE MAXIMUM RAGE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 82:00


Usapang mental health episodes at comedy journey, kasama ang isa sa mga rising stars ng Pinoy Stand-Up scene na si Andren Bernardo. Medyo dark ng onte pero wag kayong mag-alala, ok na kami pramis! Kinig na kayo! SUPPORT US THROUGH GCASH: 09088818474 OR JOIN OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/minwagemaxrage Sali kayo sa FB group namin: https://www.facebook.com/groups/217892880361054/ Follow us and tag us on our socials (SIGE NA KAILANGAN DAW NG EGO TO NI JEPS): Jeps Gallon (@jepsgallon) • Instagram photos and videos Jeps Gallon | Facebook Mak Navarez (@standupmak) • Instagram photos and videos Mak Navarez | Facebook

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer
SOCIAL ANXIETY: Demystifying the DSM - Mentally STRONG with Dr. B

Choice Mapping Makes You Mentally STRONGer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 5:23


Do you think you have social anxiety? Does one of your best friends or someone you really care about have lots of anxiety or anticipation about going out into social settings? Listen to this video. All right Dr. B here with our series on demystifying the DSM and the next one is social anxiety. I often hear people say, “Oh, I have social anxiety.” But to have social anxiety, remember anything in the DSM, the first criteria is that there's an impairment in function, like you're not doing things that you want to do because of these symptoms, and it's based on feeling a fear of scrutiny, feeling a fear, fear of being embarrassed socially that somebody will judge you that somebody won't like you, that there will be some sort of social catastrophe that goes on if you're in these social situations. This is not an introvert who prefers to process internally and then does social things, but they might feel drained after those social things. Oftentimes, we see a combination of that. We see an introvert who also has social anxiety, so then it becomes very difficult to face those fears of social situations. Again, if these things are impairing your ability to do what you want to do, let's say when we do the Mentally STRONG Method, we talk about our Personal Vision. Let's say your Personal Vision is to have good relationships with friends, and maybe an intimate partner. And you won't go out socially and you won't go meet people. Then you are actually blocking yourself from your Personal Vision. You know we can kind of joke, oh, what do you think these people are going to come knocking at your door? But reality is, and this is why in the Mentally STRONG Method we always talk about Personal Vision. What do you want for your relationships? And is this social anxiety holding you back? Anxiety can be treated. Social anxiety can be treated, but probably with a combination. If you really have this deep embedded fear, you cannot face it, you have anxiety symptoms when you try to face it, then we could do an antidepressant. That's the first line treatment for anxiety, to kind of balance out those neurochemicals, but you still have to make a choice to face that fear. Because the fear is not going to go away with a pill. But it does, if you are prone to anxiety and you truly have social anxiety disorder, medication can increase those neurotransmitters give you the ability to kind of face those fears and handle whatever happens because something could happen, and you could be ultimately horribly embarrassed in that in the social situation.  But we would challenge you here to keep going into those social situations, continue to challenge yourself, so that we can reach those Personal Visions. We can meet people that we can trust. You don't have to be an extrovert who loves social situations right, but we all need human connection. We all need to have a tribe of people that we trust. In those outer circles where we don't know those people, don't trust those people. We still need to be able to interact with them at the grocery store, and COVID has been the worst thing for people with social anxiety because they didn't have to go in. They did not have to challenge themselves for almost 3 solid years, they did not have to challenge themselves. And now we're coming out of that, and it's really hard because you've gone these three years you were able to work from home, you weren't expected to go to social situations. But challenge yourself in most social situations and challenge yourself as we slowly open up. I know a lot of people are choosing to stay at home for work long term. If that's you and you have social anxiety, you have to challenge yourself in a different social situation. OK, so a combination here of the treatment of social anxiety. Medication can be helpful, but you have to challenge yourself. You have to choose to face your fear. OK, you can do it.

Mindful Things
Gearing Up Your Kids for a Mentally Healthy Summer

Mindful Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 55:26


Jenn talks to Dr. Lisa Coyne about how to help our kids and teens take care of their mental health over summer vacation. Lisa shares ways to check in on our loved ones without being intrusive, explains the importance of putting on our own oxygen masks first, and answers audience questions about how we can all safely and happily enjoy our summer.Lisa W. Coyne, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, part-time, at Harvard Medical School, and is a senior clinical consultant at the Child and Adolescent OCD Institute (OCDI Jr.) at McLean Hospital. Dr. Coyne is the author of “The Joy of Parenting: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Guide to Effective Parenting in the Early Years,” a book for parents of young children.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: mclean.link/swk– Read the episode transcript: mclean.link/rt7- - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2022 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.

American Glutton
Amy Morin: Author of "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do"

American Glutton

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 72:32


Ethan is joined by Amy Morin, author of the book, “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do,” which has become an anthem read by more than 50 million people. Her TEDx talk, The Secret of Becoming Mentally Strong, became one of the top TEDx talks of all time after it garnered more than 16 million views shortly after its debut. Amy and Ethan dive into all of this and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Bill Whittle Network
Has this Nation Ever Suffered Leaders So Mentally Hobbled?

Bill Whittle Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 6:50


Moving Back to America, Week in Review: May 18 - June 2, 2022 Topic 1: Has the United States of America ever had a leadership corps in the halls of government that was so mentally hobbled. Would we settle for the mind of a Biden, a Harris or a Pelosi, in the pilot's seat on the flight deck of a passenger airline? Topic 2: In the aftermath of the school shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, a lot of understandable inaccuracy has emanated from politicians, media and ordinary folks. But much of the harmful non-sense has come from those who see such events as a sweet opportunity. And not one will address the real weapon. Bill Whittle's Moving Back to America is a production of our Members. You can see the full archive at https://billwhittle.com/category/shows/mb2a/

Speak Life Church
3 Things About Failing |Episode 235

Speak Life Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 33:42


  Plans fail. So what can we do about it?         But as for me, I will look to the Lord;      I will wait for the God of my salvation;      my God will hear me. Rejoice not over me, O my enemy;      when I fall, I shall rise; when I sit in darkness,      the Lord will be a light to me. I will bear the indignation of the Lord      because I have sinned against him, until he pleads my cause      and executes judgment for me. He will bring me out to the light;      I shall look upon his vindication. Then my enemy will see,      and shame will cover her who said to me,      “Where is the Lord your God?” My eyes will look upon her;      now she will be trampled down      like the mire of the streets. (Micah 7:7–10)   Karen Update:   Found out yesterday that my wife may never walk again.  She has some improvement in her arms but is still a quadriplegic.  She still has a feeding tube but is eating regular food too.  The therapist thinks she can go home now, and I am trying to prepare myself for what that will look like over the next few weeks.  Gotta get the house set up for long term care, and probably get a live in nurse.     Mentally, she is 80% herself.  She thinks she's ok, (with bouts of memory loss and dreams she remembers as real events ).  I know she is not.   Seeing how she has already survived 3 brain surgeries, two bouts with pneumonia, two blood clots and a usually fatal case of fungal meningitis, she might be dancing by Christmas, 'cause that is how we roll.  Thank you for supporting us.  https://gofund.me/a098f55b       Giving Links    https://giv.li/p2nj61 Zelle  - pastor@SpeakLifeChurch.net https://www.patreon.com/speaklifechurchpodcast You can support the ministry by check or money order by sending it to Speak Life Church, PO BOX 2, upper Marlboro, MD 20772     Rev. Kenn Blanchard  Kenn.blanchard@gmail.com pastor@speaklifechurch.net  240-200-0713    SHARE THIS!!     

Tales from the Heart
Episode 58: Balancing work/family/HCM while keeping fit (mentally and physically) with Dr. Martin Maron and Dr. Prem Shekar

Tales from the Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 62:03


In this episode of Tales from the Heart, Lisa Salberg,  Dr. Marty Maron and Dr. Prem Shekar discuss exercise and balancing work/family/HCM while keeping fit (mentally and physically). This episode was broadcasted live from the new Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) medical and surgical center.

The Benny Show
White House Insiders BACKSTAB Biden, leak reports that Joe is MENTALLY COLLAPSING as staffers FLEE

The Benny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 49:25


White House Insiders Backstab Biden as he Sees Exodus of Black Staffers, Clerks 'Alarmed' as Officials Request Cell Phone Records to find SCOTUS Leaker, and Jury Acquits Sussmann, But Prosecutors Prove Corporate Media Guilty

Very Vogue with Val Kleinhans
Staying Mentally Healthy As Men w/ Reginald Howard

Very Vogue with Val Kleinhans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 27:28


Reginald Howard stops by to offer the male perspective when it comes to mental health, and some insight on how mental health is affected in the black community. 

Finding Your Village
Episode 103: Being Mentally Healthy as a New Parent: Interview with Dr. John Delony

Finding Your Village

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 38:01


In today's episode, we are discussing being mentally healthy as a new parent. My guest to talk about this is Dr. John Delony, who is a mental health expert with two PhDs in Counselor Education and Supervision, and Higher Education Administration from Texas Tech University. Prior to joining Ramsey Solutions in 2020, John worked as a senior leader, professor and researcher at multiple universities. He also spent two decades in crisis response, walking with people through severe trauma. Now as a Ramsey Personality, he teaches on relationships and emotional wellness.In this episode we discuss: The importance of communityProcessing your experiences in life and then taking the next right stepWhere and how to find people to include in your community during the early days of parentingWhere to find JohnWebsiteInstagramYouTube How to get in touch with me: Get the Postpartum Online Class!Follow me on Instagram and on TikTokFind other episodes at: www.findingyourvillage.com/podcastSupport the show