We hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving! We start off today's episode with a discussion on recent Target purchases and work life balance. Then, we're talking about emotional regulation: the ability to exert control over one's emotional state (either yourself or others). How can we be more conscious of our own emotions? Can we even name the sensations we're going through? What are some strategies, and which strategy is best? Enjoy!Follow us on Instagram @thecapricornerpodcast, Lynn @lynnwitz, and Destiny @caprikarmic. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to be featured.
It's getting WILD out there in these economic streets. Now is the time to pull up from a place of faith vs pretend we are acting from faith and avoiding what's going on in the world. This is a short, but sweet pep talk that'll help you consider how to thrive vs survive this possible economic downturn. Note - Episode mentioned - Episode 15: I manifested it: The life I wanted
If you really want to test your self-growth and practice all the tools you have been learning on your healing journey, just go home for the holidays! Am I right?Let this holiday season be a reminder that no matter how much you have grown or healed, you are never immune to being human. In today's episode, I share a personal example of how I showed up as my old self in a recent holiday gathering and how I moved through this. I give you three powerful steps to follow if you also find yourself reverting back to old patterns or behaviors when you go home this holiday season. I promise you aren't doing this growth thing wrong. I also promise these steps will make the world of a difference to help you move through it with grace and love for yourself and the people in your life. If you are wanting a women's group to come and celebrate your successes, share your struggles, and set intentions for the month ahead then come join my monthly group 'HELD'. You can register here. Let's Connect.Free guide: 5 ways to Stress Less: Get the guide hereCome find me on Instagram: @bridgetcovillCheck out my website and my offerings here
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Today is a short one because I intentionally don't want to overcomplicate something that tends to get over-complicated. Today I want to talk about self-regulation. You've probably heard this term, and have learned various ways to self-regulate when it comes to our regulating our emotional state to help us remain – like the classics of breathing or going for a walk. But today I want to specifically address various types of self-regulation as they relate to the type of arousal state you are in – because not all self-regulation practices are created equal. The more aware you are of you and your nervous system, the better off you will be when it comes to learning the skill of self-regulation.Schedule a free mini session: sammybeecoaching.comFollow me on Instagram: @sammybeecoaching
The world of cryptocurrency is infamously unregulated, but what happens when a major crypto exchange crashes, uprooting almost the entire crypto ecosystem, and there's no regulatory body in charge? You have the FTX crash of 2022. And it's hard to ignore the elephant in the room: why don't we have a regulation framework for crypto? It seems like an obvious solution, but as The Verge's Liz Lopatto (@mslopatto) and financial regulation expert Yesha Yadav explain, it's not as simple as it sounds. References: Sam Bankman-Fried tries to explain himself The collapse of FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried's shocking downfall How FTX played both parties and almost won Washington Man who cleaned up Enron says FTX is worse Binance to sell rest of FTX token holdings as Alameda CEO defends firm's financial condition Hosts: Jonquilyn Hill (@jonquilynhill) Credits: Sofi LaLonde, producer Patrick Boyd, engineer Libby Nelson, editorial adviser A.M. Hall, deputy editorial director of talk podcasts Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Doogles covers recent happenings in the South Korean bond market caused by a fiasco at Legoland. Skippy heads back to FTX coverage, including its assets/liabilities and bankruptcy filing. Speaking of fraud, Elizabeth Holmes gets sentenced. Doogles highlights Elon Musk's ultimatum and the Twitter exodus. The episode wraps with some soapbox dialogue on Cathie Wood.Join the Skippy and Doogles fan club. You can also get more details about the show at skippydoogles.com, show notes on our Substack, and send comments or questions to email@example.com.
This week, I'm interviewing a very special guest: lawyer turned counsellor Bena Stock. Bena is sharing the main challenges she experienced as a lawyer, the issues she helps her lawyer clients deal with, and why intentional emotional regulation is the key to dealing with the stressful situations that come up every day in a legal practice. She's also sharing her practical tips and strategies that you can start using right now when you find yourself facing difficult emotions, whether that's at work, at home, or anywhere else. Get full show notes and more information here: https://thejoyfulpractice.com/78
One of the most prominent and politically connected trading platforms for crypto, FTX, went bankrupt last week, causing tens of billions of dollars in value to disappear almost overnight. Now, many in Congress are calling for tougher regulations on the crypto industry. James Czerniawski from the Americans for Prosperity breaks down what happened, the regulatory backlash, and the best way to approach regulations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you self-regulate through situations that you know will be triggering? Self-regulation is built on practicing, just like anything else. Best not to wait until the moment of the circumstance and to do some self-regulation beforehand. And have some anchoring options ready for when you are in the situation. 3 Day Polyvagal Challenge -https://www.justinlmft.com/3daypolyvagal National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1 (800) 273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline -1 (800) 799-7233 LGBT Trevor Project Lifeline - 1 (866) 488-7386 National Sexual Assault Hotline - 1 (800) 656-4673 Crisis Text Line - Text “HOME” to 741741 Call 911 for emergency This and other content produced by Justin Sunseri (“JustinLMFT”) (i.e; podcast, YouTube, Instagram, etc.) is not therapy, not intended to be therapy or be a replacement for therapy. Nothing in this creates or indicates a therapeutic relationship. Please consult with your therapist or seek for one in your area if you are experiencing mental health sx. Nothing should be construed to be specific life advice; it is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Ever wake up to realize your health has slipped by the wayside and need to course correct? Your body tells you WAY in advance before something happens to your health. So in this episode, I'll help point out some signs of your health going by the wayside so you can get back on track quicker! We talk: Signs your energy is leaving Questions to ask yourself The importance of awareness Tying in holistic health principles to hone and enhance your health Sleep, movement, stress, and more! Link to Megan's Book BLOOM BLOOM: Poetry that expresses a young woman's transformation into self love and acceptance Link to Master Your Energy Podcast with Dr. Dalton Combs: Dr. Dalton Combs Podcast Interview Link to Wellness Plan Starter Kit: https://www.worldofwellness.center/starterpack Watch this episode: https://youtu.be/TSyBUuu85oc
Do you want to respond to your kid's verse reacting to them? Or do you just feel like everything has to be a fight, like getting into the shower or cleaning up toys? Sometimes we have to look at ourselves first to be able to understand our kids' reactions and behaviors. At such a young age, they rely on us to help them manage their emotions, they co-regulate. They regulate themselves based on us. So we must set an example and teach and model ways to calm and self-regulate before reacting with outbursts of yelling or anger. Self-regulation is a life skill that highly successful people have. We teach this to our kids by modeling it ourselves. Here are 5 ways that we can learn to self-regulate and show our kids to take a step back.Support the showPlease share and tag us on our platforms below if you enjoyed this episode!Instagram : The Nurturing ParentFacebook Group : The Nurturing Parent GroupEmail Us : The Nurturingparent.Pod@gmail.comShow Support : Buy Me A CoffeeOriginal music ©Lisa K Sigurgeirson 1986
In response to criticism or complaints, people frequently resort to becoming defensive as a coping strategy. It's natural for people to defend themselves when they feel harmed or unfairly attacked. While defensiveness is designed to keep us out of danger, it is also one of the major relationship busters. Women commonly complain about their partner's defensiveness and how they feel disconnected. On the other hand, men are perplexed. They have no idea what to do when their partner is upset. And when the nervous system detects a threat, the mind springs into action with a variety of escape strategies or ways to ease the discomfort of anxiety. The mind then intervenes with stories, projections, and defenses. Couples will never truly connect if one partner is in an emotional space and the other responds with information to try to talk him or her out of being upset. In this episode, GS Youngblood introduces embodiment. He differentiates it from the type of meditation that most people are familiar with—noticing your thoughts and then deciding to let them go. He describes how concentrating on specific bodily sensations can help to control the nervous system. He also stresses the significant impact that this kind of awareness can have on how you show up in your relationships. GS coaches men in relationships on how to live, love, and lead from their masculine core. He is the author of the acclaimed books The Masculine in Relationship and The Art of Embodiment for Men, both of which are written to help men build more masculine capacity. His work in this domain of masculine leadership pulls in principles from a variety of fields: psychology, spirituality, martial arts, tango, meditation, and BDSM. Although GS primarily coaches men in relationships, women would equally benefit from practicing being embodied, too. Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode 5:03 Embodiment vs. meditation: focusing on specific bodily sensations rather than your thoughts. 8:51 Benefits of embodiment in terms of intimate relationships: consciously choosing how one will respond or react. 21:15 How he helps people have more of this embodiment. 41:24 How is being physical different from being embodied? 45:42 Examples of how people can confront their tendencies to escape in this more embodied way. 53:10 Sexual leadership: how to bring some leadership to the bedroom so that your partner can, if she chooses, can surrender to your lead. 56:28 Discover more information about GS and his work, including his website, books, workshops, and social media handles. Mentioned The Art of Embodiment for Men (Affiliate link to GS's course) The Art of Embodiment for Men: Using the ANI Framework and Daily Practices to Tame Anxiety, Heal Trauma, and Conquer Your Nice Guy Tendencies (*Amazon Affiliate link) (book) The Masculine in Relationship: A Blueprint for Inspiring the Trust, Lust, and Devotion of a Strong Woman (*Amazon Affiliate link) (book) ERP 263: How to Develop Three Key Qualities of Your Positive Masculine Leadership — An Interview with GS Youngblood Shifting Criticism For Connected Communication Connect with GS Youngblood Websites: gsyoungblood.com Facebook: facebook.com/gsyoungblood1/groups Instagram: instagram.com/gsyoungbloodmir/?hl=en Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: drjessicahiggins.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship. Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here. Thank you! *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.
Birth to age five is when children form 90% of their brain, and the foundation of emotional intelligence they get in those years can impact the rest of their development. In this episode, I talk to Alyssa Campbell, founder of Seed & Sew about young children and how to support their growth as grounded humans. Watch this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube channel! If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag me @mindfulmamamentor. Have you left a review yet? All you have to do is go to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher (or wherever you listen), and thanks for your support of the show! Takeaways: We expect too much emotional regulation ability from ages 3-6 We're not supposed to be regulated all the time (and not our kids either) We often try to skip over the first phases of emotional processing Alyssa Blask Campbell is the founder and CEO of Seed & Sew, an organization committed to giving parents, teachers, and caregivers the tools to raise emotionally intelligent humans. An emotional development expert with a master's degree in early education, Alyssa co-created the Collaborative Emotion Processing (CEP) method with Lauren Stauble and researched it across the United States. She hosts the Voices of Your Village podcast. Get Hunter's book, Raising Good Humans now! Click here to order and get book bonuses! ABOUT HUNTER CLARKE-FIELDS: Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindful mama mentor. She coaches smart, thoughtful parents on how to create calm and cooperation in their daily lives. Hunter has over 20 years of experience in mindfulness practices. She has taught thousands worldwide. Be a part of the tribe—we're over 25 thousand strong! Join the Mindful Parenting membership. Take your learning further! Get my Top 2 Best Tools to Stop Yelling AND the Mindful Parenting Roadmap for FREE at: mindfulmamamentor.com/stopyelling/ Find more podcasts, blog posts, free resources, and how to work with Hunter at MindfulMamaMentor.com.
Regulating the nervous system may sound overwhelming and complicated, but you're about to learn step-by-step how to do it. The post REGULATE YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM first appeared on Lindsay E. Preston Life & Leadership Coaching. The post REGULATE YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM appeared first on Lindsay E. Preston Life & Leadership Coaching.
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Are you a new parent wondering how to regulate your nervous system? Lindsay and Cait are joined by Dr. Alex Mosley, a Texas-based chiropractor and a holistic wellness practitioner where they dive into the complexities of managing your nervous system while navigating the world of parenting. Alex discusses why she believes fight or flight isn't always a “negative” response, why and how we can let go of “Mom-shaming”, and how we can begin to normalize temporary nervous system dysregulation as a new parent. Show Notes: -Alex's personal story of how she discovered nervous system regulation work and her journey with allopathic medicine, leading her to realize the need for a more holistic view on health as a chiropractor -The difference Alex felt between being in the waiting room of a chiropractor vs. a traditional medical doctor -Alex's experience as a new parent -- feeling contradictory emotions all at once, along with the dichotomy of being pregnant and being a new mom -Alex's choice to do a home birth -Alex's journey with postpartum high-functioning anxiety + weaving in old threads of her life with new threads of being a Mom & parent -Shifting your mindset away from “How can I decrease or get rid of this stress response?” to “How can I allow myself to be in this stress response effectively because it's a normal part of being a new Mom?” -Alex's experience with “Mom rage” when her daughter was ~3 months old -- this is a sign of unmet needs -Parents need to take a step back and do their own healing work; as a result of mirror neurons, parents condition children to feel what they feel and act how they act -Being a parent allows you to tap into a whole new level of surrender, which allows parents to learn & grow -Babies need to securely attach to their caretakers. -Debunking the myth of babies “sleeping through the night” and how that relates to Attachment Theory -Relearning as your baby grows & develops – Alex's experience with a “new baby” every month that her daughter, Georgia grows -Gaining confidence and alignment in the decisions you are making as a Mom – through collective learning; community & support; and connecting to your own intuition – as anecdotes to “Mom shaming” -Alex's advice on regulating your nervous system in a realistic way as a new Mom – get back to basics & release expectations: 1) Make sure your decisions are in alignment with YOU – “if it doesn't feel right to you, it's not right for you” 2) Showering more often – let freezing cold water pour over you at the end of your shower 3) Make sure to eat – one-handed foods are helpful for easy eating on-the-go 4) Alex's adrenal cocktail that is necessary to replenish minerals that are depleted after being in a state of fight-flight 5) Addressing in resources you need like counseling, housekeeping, or Instacart Resources: -Visit Alex's Website -Alex's Instagram: @thespecificatx -Listen to Alex's Podcast You Crack Me Up: The Chiropractic Show -Book: “Mama Rising” by Amy Taylor-Kabbaz -Regulation station: 1 Week of Free Access! Click ‘join now.' -Visit the Vital-Side Homepage here -Sign up for the Rewire: The Vital-Side Membership -Lindsay's Instagram: @myvitalside -Visit Lindsay's Website -Cait's Instagram: @caitrossco -Visit Cait's Website Join our community: bit.ly/rewirethepodcast Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: bit.ly/rewiredisclaimer
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Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over 11 years broadcasting on the internet. On Tuesday's show, we visit with our State Senator, Kathleen Passidomo, about last night's debate between Charlie Crist and Governor DeSantis and get an update on the next legislative session. The President of Less Government Seton Motley and I discuss the government's appetite to over-regulate the internet. We also discuss developing news on the mid-term elections with local columnist Linda Harden. We also visit with Boo Mortenson about robots in the workforce. Please join us tomorrow when we visit with Senior Fellow Emeritus and former Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy and author and Professor Andrew Joppa. Please access this or past shows at your convenience on my web site, social media platforms or podcast platforms. Click on the Link to Listen:
Join Emily as she explores the two contradictory messages - do we choose to honor our nervous system or do we make the bold leap? Work with Emily: Website: https://www.emilywilcox.com/work-with-me Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilyjwilcox1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/em.makes.money Money Wounds Quiz: https://www.emilywilcox.com/quiz Send a DM to inquire about open coaching & masterminds or go to https://www.emilywilcox.com/products Join our free Telegram Community, The Money Club: https://t.me/+JkOcBKu82KIyOWRh
One of the best ways to get kids excited about learning is by incorporating music into classroom activities. Studies have shown that music has a positive effect on cognitive function and memory recall, so it makes sense to use it as part of our lesson plans whenever possible! There are endless possibilities when it comes to using music in class.Today, I sit down with Elizabeth Peterson, the creator of SEAL, Social-Emotional Artistic Learning, a unique method of integrating the arts with SEL that empowers teachers to truly reach and teach their students. You won't want to miss this episode.Links Mentioned in the Show:The Inspired Classroomteachseal.comButton Join Mastering Makerspace: From Zero to AmazingSubscribe and Review: Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. Click here for iTunes. Now if you're feeling extra loving, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they're also fun for me to go in and read. Click here to leave a review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
Emmy Loumeau holds certifications in both integrative nutrition and holistic health coaching. Her autoimmune journey led her to where she is now. It has taken her eight years to learn, heal, and do the best she can under the circumstances. She decided to change her professional path from graphic design because of this trip. Loumeau worked as a graphic designer for several businesses both abroad and in my nation. She also worked as a freelancer after getting married. Learn more about: How to realize the pattern Why yoga is the key to a better life Breathwork benefits And so much more! “The world is so noisy, we offer a place where we can quiet down those voices." -Emmy Loumeau Connect with Emmy: Email: email@example.comInstagram: @emmyloumeau Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emmyloumeau Book a free wellness call: https://calendly.com/emmyloumeau/20min?month=2022-10 Grab your free gratitude journal & elevate your wellbeing bliss: https://emmyloumeaugratitude.ck.page/ https://msha.ke/emmyloumeau Join Harmonious Hormones Program HERE: https://www.nazgrimley.com/harmonious-hormones Connect with me: Instagram: @nazgrimley Website: www.nazgrimley.com Linktree: linktr.ee/cincofn Book FREE date with Naz call here: https://calendly.com/fitwithnaz/self-love-date-with-naz Download your free Cycle Syncing Guide here: https://wondrous-hustler-7902.ck.page/cc547ed3e7
Your thyroid influences how much energy your body burns over a given period of time—also known as your metabolic rate. In turn, this affects your weight loss or gain, how you handle hot and cold, your energy levels, and many other things. A dysregulated thyroid can exhaust you, thin your hair, and make you constipated. So, how can one better regulate it? “Balancing” the thyroid can have as much to do with what you don't eat as what you do eat. You'll be surprised by some of the healthy and tasty foods that can interfere with your thyroid. But, you don't have to abandon them if you eat the right amount or balance them out with iodine-rich foods—which are revealed in this Vital Signs with Brendon Fallon. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Welcome back! This week I'm sharing an update on my current menstrual cycle (spoiler alert: we're well past 28 days!) and sharing some things that I've done to regulate my period and manage my PCOS symptoms in the past. But, since I'm not expert, I'm also sharing more advice for how to get your period back and keep your cycle regular when you're trying to conceive. Want to share your pregnancy or TTC journey? Have feedback for the podcast? Have an episode idea? Leave me a voice memo! Record yours here: https://anchor.fm/anyquestionspregnancy/message Prefer to leave your feedback/episode suggestions in writing? Fill out this form: https://forms.gle/XyBgaf9JwgvcfH5p8 Disclosure: I'm in no way shape or form an expert on anything. None of this is advice. Take it all with a grain of salt and consult your own healthcare provider or topic expert!
We talk a LOT about how to help YOU - the adult - identify your child's (or your client's) sensory needs / preferences. But what about teaching kids how to become independent with identifying and meeting their sensory needs? That's what today's episode is all about! Diving into WHY it's important to teach our kids about their emotions, their sensory needs, and how it's all connected. Plus we give you our favorite tips and tricks! Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast.Brought To You By HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products & child development courses.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping now.LinksLooking for more in-depth help? Sign up for 2-on-1 Mentoring With Us!!Shop Digital CoursesAll Things Sensory Podcast Instagram Harkla YouTube ChannelHarkla Website- Shop Sensory Products!Harkla InstagramEp. 153 What Do I Do After My Child Gets a Diagnosis?Dan Siegel: Name it to Tame it YouTube VideoZones of Regulation The Alert ProgramBrainWorks - Sensational Brain
Today's guest is Dr Cathleen King. She is back for her 3rd episode on this podcast. Today's episode we go deep into her newest program, Regulate. This program is an in depth comprehensive brain retraining & nervous system regulation program. Many brain retraining programs available today provide a top down approach. There are also many nervous system regulation programs that focus on a bottoms up approach. Dr Cathleen King has take the best of both worlds and combined it into one program to meet all of your needs. Through trial and error and learning what doesn't work in previous programs, Dr Cathleen King has created two variations of her program Regulate. One will be a more simplified version for people who easily overwhelm, have severe brain fog, or even just feel very busy in life right now and can't dedicate as much time without adding extra stress. Of course for those who do want more, she has her more in depth version available as well. Both of these programs are found in her Primal Trust Membership and can be done at your own pace. Inside this membership you will also find her Primal Trust program (both a simplified and comprehensive version to go through at your own pace), as well as a vast array of online classes to help support your journey. To learn more about these programs & offerings, click HERE. To listen to her first episode & hear more about Dr Cathleen King's story, click HERE. To listen to her second episode & learn more about what Primal Trust means, click HERE. To email me your shares from today's episode: firstname.lastname@example.org OR you can DM me on IG @OurPowerIsWithin To leave a tip in the virtual tip jar please click "support this podcast" link below. Thank you
In this special episode, part of our "Mental Health Is Physical Health" series, Dr. Will Cole sits down with his functional medicine team to look at how physical changes affect our mental health and nervous system. Histamine intolerance and mast cell activation syndrome are just two health problems that can negatively impact brain function and lead to brain fog, fatigue, anxiety, and more. Plus, we reveal our favorite hacks to de-stress and regulate cortisol. For all links mentioned in episode: www.drwillcole.com/podcast Sponsors: Hiyahealth.com/WILLCOLE for 50% off your first order Getreds.com/WILLCOLE to order Metabolic Reds today and receive a free gift Talkspace.com code ABW for $100 off your first month Greenchef.com/willcole135 code willcole135 to get $135 off 5 boxes Drwillcolesalt.com for get your first bad of Colima Sea Salt for free - just pay shipping Produced by Dear Media. Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
Guest Sav Bustos, from Souls Moving Mountains. We recommend this one to WATCH ON SPOTIFY OR YOUTUBE. Teaching us practical TIPS and TOOLS to learn some basics of meditation, WHY meditation and mindfulness can help regulate our nervous system, and then ending with a GUIDED MEDITATION for the chakras. In this episode Sav will teach us about how to slow down and how to get out of fight or flight and into parasympathetic or rest and digest. How can we learn to be present in this present moment? What gives us joy, and how can we access that joy? Sav will teach us about what the 7 main chakras are, what they relate to, the color associated with them, and then guide us in a meditation. We will also give tips on what other tricks we use if we have weak visualization or concentration skills. To find Sav Bustos on social media, you can find them on Tik Tok or Instagram @SoulsMovingMountainsOfficial They offer donation based guided meditations, coaching, and more. The Spot for TOTs Mini Myo on demand course, a parents guide for kids ages 2-5 https://spotfortots.mykajabi.com/ $297 for over 5 hours of content. To get a virtual consult for $25 off with Megan Van Noy www.orofacial-myology.com or Megan@nwmyofunctionaltherapy.com or Instagram @NWMFT To get a virtual consult for $25 off with Kimi Nishimoto contact her www.mouthmusclememory.com or email email@example.com or Instagram @MouthMuscleMemory To follow us on Instagram @TheMunchBunchPodcast
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This week I spoke to the lovely Jana York, a certified mindfulness and meditation teacher about how we can help our kids through the power of the breath. Mindfulness thankfully is everywhere these days, it may have started in the east but it's definitely being adopted in the west. Speaking of geography, Jana York has taught children in Japan and Thailand, from her experience there she learned a lot of ways to use sensory toys and games to help children self-regulate and be more at peace with their anxiety. The topics we cover in this episode are;How Jana first found mindfulness Teaching army bases in Japan and ThailandThe difficulties army children face when moving countriesThe Calming Corner and its benefitsIt's not about punishment, it's about self regulationHow sensory toys can help Breathing propsWhy Jana decided to write her bookJana's firefly analogyHow Jana likes to relaxAnd remember, do not forget about yourself, take a few minutes for you and have a little fun!—About The Guest - Jana YorkJana York is a certified mindfulness and meditation teacher and has been a mindfulness practitioner and children's mindfulness educator for more than a decade. She has conducted research and written on mindfulness. Her main passion is teaching children how to reduce anxiety and self-regulate while being in the present moment. Ms York is a special contributor in the Teaching Mindfulness book. She is the author of U Is for Understanding – Claire's Journey toward Mindfulness and is featured in the book Educating Mindfully – Stories of Transformation through Mindfulness. She hosts workshops for parents and teachers and loves taking part in podcasts and mindfulness summits to help share her love for mindfulness.Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jana.york.16LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/janayorkmindful/Jana's Book - U is for Understanding - https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Claires-Journey-toward-Mindfulness-ebook/dp/B08KWJ3BTR/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=u+is+for+understanding+claire%27s+journey+toward+mindfulness&qid=1659994640&sr=8-1Jana's Book - Teaching Mindfulness - https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Mindfulness-Amoneeta-Beckstein-ebook/dp/B0B5HSZJXL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=162CJTWXC7XHQ&keywords=Teaching+Mindfulness+Amoneeta+Beckstein&qid=1659994694&sprefix=teaching+mindfulness+amoneeta+beckstein%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1About The Host - Janine HalloranJanine Halloran is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, an author, a speaker, an entrepreneur and a mom. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Janine has been working primarily with children and adolescents for over 15 years. She loves to create products and resources, so she started two businesses to support families and professionals who work with children and teens. ‘Coping Skills for Kids' provides products and resources to help kids learn to cope with their feelings in safe and healthy ways. It's the home of the popular Coping Cue Cards, decks of cards designed to help kids learn and use coping skills at home or at school. Janine's second business ‘Encourage Play' is dedicated to helping kids learn and practice social skills in the most natural way - through play! Encourage Play has free printables, as well as digital products focused on play and social skills.Coping Skills for Kids - https://copingskillsforkids.comEncourage Play - https://www.encourageplay.comInterested in reading my books? The Coping Skills for Kids Workbook - https://store.copingskillsforkids.com/collections/coping-skills-for-kids-workbook/products/coping-skills-for-kids-workbook-digital-versionSocial Skills for Kids - https://store.copingskillsforkids.com/collections/encourage-play/products/social-skills-for-kids-workbook Connect with Janine on Social MediaInstagram: @copingskillsforkidsFacebook: facebook.com/copingskillsforkids and facebook.com/encourageplayYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JanineHalloranEncouragePlay
From summiting mountains in sub-zero temperatures wearing only shorts to better handling the daily stress of being a father and being a serial entrepreneur, breathwork has been the catalyst for Reis to find his inner strength and hone in on his passions. By sharing progressive yet simple practices to help upgrade one's life, Reis is focused on bringing a multi-disciplinary approach to breathing where individuals are empowered to build their own self-regulatory tool kit. Some topics we cover in this episode include: The science of breathing What are the benefits of cold exposure? Shifting your mindset to change your life What can breathing practice do for you? Why breathing is better than meditation? How breathing can be helpful for mental clarity, increased focus, and enhanced work performance? SHOW LINKS: evo HEMP products: use code WITCHY for 20% off your purchase! Take Anxious Personality Quiz: https://www.anxiousquiz.com Follow Witchy Wellness/Loren on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorencellentani/ Reis' WEBSITES: ourbreathcollective.com reispaluso.com Reis' INSTAS: Instagram.com/ourbreathcollective Instagram.com/reispaluso
Nervous system regulation is all the rage these days - and for good reason - but what is it and how do we actually do it? Is there a "best" way?In this episode of Community Q&A, Carina seeks to demystify the ocean of nervous system information, help you determine the best type of regulation for your state, and gives some practical tools for each one.If you're not sure where to get started with nervous system stuff, this is the episode for you.Join the waitlist for Gentle Skills for Healing Trauma Can't wait? Join Alchemize Your Anxiety now and get Gentle Skills for Healing Trauma as a free bonus.To connect more with Carina, you can find her at:www.carinadevi.com (for courses, 1-on-1's, blog, and more)https://higherself.earth (for private conscious community)https://www.instagram.com/carina.devi/ (Instagram)https://firstname.lastname@example.org (TikTok)
Ryan and Heidi discuss the importance of us as parents being able to use the tools of co-regulation and objective noticing to teach self-regulation to our children. We all what our children to have a competitive edge in life- to be emotionally intelligent, resilient, and confident about taking on any challenge in life In the US culture, we have noticed how many men are raised to suppress their emotions as they are growing up Downplaying our children's physical sensations that are leading to big emotions teaches our kids to question, ignore, and mistrust their own internal experience Diminishing the signal of pain teaches our children that they are bad or wrong for feeling The goal is to allow ourselves to feel fully in one moment and to let go in the next The old model vs. the new model of parenting a child through their own discomfort What is co-regulation? Co-regulation involves one person staying present for another through a challenging experience such that the stressed individual experiences greater self-awareness How to practice the 3 A's: Attention, Acceptance, Allowance Using objective noticing to help our children identify the sensations they are experiencing without the "thought story they may want to attach to the experience Connect with Us: Join Our FREE Community! Website & Program: www.ihpcoaching.com/leaders Ryan Instagram: @coachryansawyer Heidi Instagram: @theheidisawyer IHP Instagram: @integrated.human.performance
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Do you ever wonder why you can get so triggered by your child's behavior? Listen in and find out why some of your own childhood wounds might be getting in the way of your parenting. We Talked About: Being aware of how your own traumas can impact your parenting The importance of healing trauma to live an authentic life How Emotional Regulation is necessary for both parents and children Helping our children process their emotions Anna's 3 R's: Regulate, Relate, Reason It all starts with healthy parental self-regulation Radical self-care is a lifestyle Things to Remember: “We're here to support and nurture our children to become their authentic selves.” “We are so focused on their behavior, academics, and performance. We forget that there is a whole child behind the behavior.” “The hardest part about parenting is not parenting. It's the self-regulation of the parent.” “Your child is growing and so are you.” - Anna Seewald “Knowing oneself comes from attending with compassionate curiosity to what is happening within.” - Gabor Maté Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor
Adam White and Jace Lington chat with NYU Law Professor Richard Epstein and Meta Oversight Board Member John Samples about the debate surrounding whether and how to regulate Big Tech companies. They discuss Epstein and Samples’ recent papers, published as part of the Digital Platforms and American Life project at the American Enterprise Institute, and […]
If your nervous system is activated, it means you are dysregulated and may find yourself reacting to people in your life and relationships. Learn how and why to regulate your system in this episode. ———————— Sign up for our FREE email course on overcoming fear and insecurity at: https://www.shrinkthink.com/podcast
Traveling can be taxing on our nervous system, and it can be difficult to find the time and space to check in with yourself while you're on a plane, in a car, or exploring a new city. This week, Cait shares a detailed how-to guide and offers actionable and proactive steps you can take to ensure your nervous system is well cared for and regulated before and during your travels. Show Notes: - Cait shares her recent personal experience with staying regulated while traveling to NYC - How a woman's monthly cycle can add nuances while traveling - Nervous system regulation tools while traveling: - Engage in movement — stretch before your flight / car / bus ride, take a class in your destination city or watch a free class on YouTube, sweat it out for bonus detoxing - Nature — find a park, put your bare feet in the grass, or lay down to ground yourself - Music — Cait shares her go-to playlist to listen to when commuting from Point A to Point B (especially on long flights) - Pack food & nourishing snacks — google health food stores ahead of your trip so you know the distance to/from the closest options from where you're staying; pack your go-to healthy snacks to minimize airport food when possible - Take space — engage in intentional breathing, solo time, & make intentional upgrades to your physical space when possible (i.e. seat upgrades for extra space on an airline flight) - Bonus tip: research ahead of time! Save a google list of all your “saved” and pinned places for healthy food, grocery stores, workout classes & more - Cait's final and #1 tip: slow down, ease up on expectations to see and “do it all” while traveling, and be present to your surroundings Resources: -Cait's “Regulate and Elevate” Spotify Playlist -”Weightless” Song -Visit the Vital-Side Homepage here -Sign up for the Rewire: The Vital-Side Membership -Lindsay's Instagram: @myvitalside -Visit Lindsay's website -Cait's Instagram: @caitrossco -Visit Cait's Website Join our community: bit.ly/rewirethepodcast Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: bit.ly/rewiredisclaimer
Today we are talking about how to stay positive without positivity bypass.For starters, positivity bypass is when you believe that everything will work out in the end if you stay positive. This leads to people suppressing their negative emotions and refusing to deal with their problems head-on. Have you done that before? Or had someone say things like, “Just write your gratitude's it will be okay”“Just think positive” Now, what I am not saying (and hear me loud and clear) is that gratitude and saying positive things are bad things. They are scientifically proven to help.But what I found in my life is, I was not actually dealing with any emotions, I just pushed them down with a smile on my face. Can you relate?Suppressing and not dealing with your emotions can lead to anger, drinking too much, unbalanced hormones, masculinity or felinity overload, disease, and even Cancer…yep it can.Now how do we stay positive and happy and not bypass our feelings? Today we will share 4 ways:1. Workout and release your emotions. While working out you release endorphins and serotonin and if you are able to scream or grunt it helps release those emotions.2. Journal or meditate.3. Regulate your nervous system. You can do this by screaming, singing loud, dancing, yoga movement, deep breaths multiple times a day, PMA present moment awareness, and being in nature4. Forgive others. Forgiveness is less about that person and more about you. God always wants the best for us but that does not mean there will not be hard times, that evil won't show up sometimes, and even show up in others. Forgiveness is always about forgiving the situation using it to grow. How have you noticed positivity bypass in your life?Can you think of a time? Maybe even today?Journal about it, find what works for you.Share with us what you do to combat it!Make sure to be connecting with us inside our g