The powerlifting bug. We all get it eventually. When we get under the barbell and train consistently we start to wonder “when should I do a powerlifting meet?” The problem is that doubt starts to creep in and you think: “I'm not strong enough.” “I don't want to lose.” “I'm not ready yet.” But the truth of the matter is, it doesn't matter. If you're thinking about doing a powerlifting meet it means it's time to do one. There are no prerequisites other than reading the rule book and being somewhat familiar with executing the movements. The goals of your first powerlifting meet are to have fun and get your feet wet. So drop the pressure and get signed up. In this episode of the PRS podcast, PRS Clinical Coaches Dr. Rori Alter, PT, Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, and Dr. John Petrizzo, PT talk about their very first, and very different, experiences and motivations surrounding their first powerlifting meets. Just remember: we all start somewhere! NEED A BARBELL TRAINING OR POWERLIFTING CLINICAL COACH? BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION WITH ONE TODAY! Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59 Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs
Today, Kelci and Kristina share their personal stories of their miscarriages. Both Kristina and Kelci have experienced loss, but went through completely different situations and have very different stories. Unfortunately 1 in 4 women will experience a miscarriage and although this is a very emotional topic, K & K hope that you can listen to this and just know you are not alone!
Howard and Jill Sharfstein speak about their marriage, and their 40 years as congregants of Central Synagogue. Together they reflect on how Central became increasingly more important through Howard's illness and their growing involvement after his recovery, including Howard's position, in 2006, as Chair of the Central Board of trustees.
Sharing our stories is one way that people communicate. Stories bind people to one another, and stories are a way to understand others. In this episode, John Livesay talks to storyteller extraordinaire, Rick Gilbert, on the art of telling your story. Rick shares how his business was born of the need to help and how he started on the path of the storyteller. Full of insight and learning, this is one episode you shouldn't miss. WANNA HOST YOUR OWN PODCAST? Click here to see how my friends at Podetize can help GET YOUR FREE SNEAK PEEK OF JOHN'S NEW BOOK BETTER SELLING THROUGH STORYTELLING Better Selling Through Storytelling JOHN LIVESAY, THE PITCH WHISPERER SHARE THE SHOW Did you enjoy the show? I'd love it if you subscribed today and left us a 5-star review! Click this link Click on the 'Subscribe' button below the artwork Go to the 'Ratings and Reviews' section Click on 'Write a Review' Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Successful Pitch community today: JohnLivesay.com John Livesay Facebook John Livesay Twitter John Livesay LinkedIn John Livesay YouTube
Welcome to our Podcast #1,533! We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ For more information on acquiring your legal status here in Costa Rica, visit our website at: https://www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com Apostilling Your Documents is a Very Integral Part of the Residency Process. Click through on this link for more information: https://www.apostillewilliamedwardlicht.com Our email address is email@example.com We'd love to hear from you! Our short stories / blog postings are located at our Costa Rica Good News Report website. Lots of stories about the life here in paradise! We think you'll really enjoy these: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/support
To wrap up our international series, we are sharing our stories of traveling abroad, and the life-changing experiences we had. You'll definitely laugh, and you'll be on the edge of your seat at times. Kiki discusses her experience of studying abroad in Costa Rica, and Kemi shares her story of traveling to Nigeria. If you have your own stories of studying abroad or traveling abroad, we'd love to hear them! Our website: www.YourAdvisorsWillSeeYouNow.com Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yawsynpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YawsynPodcast/ Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the podcast through Venmo: @YawsynPodcast
On this week's episode, we're talking with Stephen Hill about [expansion of epi descriptors] Stephen Hill is the founder of Speak Sobriety and a renowned national speaker on substance use prevention & mental health awareness. Stephen is also an attorney, recovery coach, and bestselling author of A Journey to Recovery: Speak Sobriety. Stephen has presented in front of thousands of people for over 300 schools, drug free community coalitions, alliances, and organizations across the country, sharing his cautionary tale of addiction to recovery and beyond, leaving people better educated, feeling hopeful, and motivated to make smart choices and positive change. Stephen's Contact Information: email@example.com; 845-323-1888 Speak Sobriety: https://speaksobriety.com/ Stephen's Book, A Journey to Recovery: https://speaksobriety.com/memoir/ The views and opinions expressed on Awareness 2 Action are those of the guests and host and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Prevention Department or Northwestern Community Services.
"Are we going to lead with fear or empathy?" - attorney Katharine Manning, author of The Empathetic Workplace: Five Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job (HarperCollins Leadership 2021).Katharine Manning has worked on issues of trauma and victimization for more than 25 years. As a Senior Attorney Advisor with the Executive Office for United States Attorneys, for fifteen years she guided the Justice Department through its response to victims in cases ranging from terrorism to large-scale financial fraud to child exploitation. Some of the cases she advised on include the Boston Marathon bombing, the Pulse nightclub and South Carolina AME church shootings, the uprising in Charlottesville, the Madoff investment fraud, and the federal case against Larry Nassar, doctor for the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnastics team.Katharine Manning's expertise helps organizations to prepare for and respond to the challenges they face involving employees and clients who may be in trauma. A member of the bar in Washington, D.C. and California, she also served as an attorney with the law firm Pillsbury Winthrop in San Francisco, where she represented Fortune 500 companies in class actions, insurance, and media cases. She is a graduate of Smith College and the University of Virginia School of Law and teaches at American University and in the Master's in "Trauma-Informed Leadership Program" at Dominican University. Website www.katharinemanning.com"We Need Trauma-Informed Workplaces" (Harvard Business Review)https://hbr.org/2022/03/we-need-trauma-informed-workplacesKatharine's book: "The Empathetic Workplace"https://www.katharinemanning.com/my-book/
The media is a bit of a dumpster fire when it comes to representing BPD and Cluster B personality disorders at the moment. Which is terrible because May is BPD Awareness Month. In an effort to turn the minds (like my DBT reference there) about what this diagnosis is, can be and humanize it I wanted to create an initiative where others can share their stories through this Podcast. Lets connect, spread hope and humanize borderline personality disorder. If you are interested in being a part of this fill out the form below, or use the link tree to find your way! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3QEDVdTVXJkBa3jj3QRWv6xKjVlTT4l18OTUE4JsurqY3jg/viewform?usp=sf_link All Things Borderline and Back https://linktr.ee/borderlineandback Want to receive access to exclusive content? Consider subscribing for $4.99 per month https://anchor.fm/borderlineandback/subscribe Want to reach out? I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, through the Anchor App's voice message function, and via instagram @borderlineandback. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/borderlineandback/message
Learn about the stories of migration and success that connect to the current struggles for identity, belonging, and integration of Salvadorans and Central Americans in the United States in this new episode of #ActivistaRiseUp! Joining me for this important discussion is Carmen Molina Tamacas, a journalist, anthropologist, and author of “SalviYorkers”. For more information on her book, "SalviYorkers" visit linktr.ee/salviyorkers. New episode available every Thursday! Follow me @DrCamposMedina on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates on the Activista Rise Up podcast and much more! Visit my website to learn more: patriciacamposmedina.com/activista-rise-up
BIO: Rick is an author of several books and performs one-man shows, bringing alive the stories in his books. STORY: Rick spent $22,000 to produce his first audiobook and made just $500 in sales. LEARNING: Accept that there's most likely nobody who will buy your book. Figure out how to get your product to the market. “The chances of you doing your memoir and anybody cares about it are almost zero.”Rick Gilbert Guest profilehttps://www.facebook.com/LeterRipProductions (Rick Gilbert) is the retired founder of https://www.powerspeaking.com/ (PowerSpeaking, Inc), one of Silicon Valley's most successful communication and training companies. Before founding PSI in 1985, Rick was a psychologist and held management positions at HP and Amdahl. Rick is an author of several books and performs One-Man shows, bringing alive the stories in his books. His latest book is an audiobook, https://www.rickgilbert.net/ricks-book/ (Sharing Our Stories), featuring interviews with 65 people, including Gloria Steinem, Daniel Ellsberg, Chris Brubeck, Anna Eshoo, and Don Garlits. Worst investment everIt took Rick about a year and a half to put his audiobook together. Because he didn't understand the technology of audiobooks, he hired people, including lots of editors, to help him with it. Rick ended up spending $22,000 on that book. Over six months, Rick sold 50 copies, only selling at $10 each. So for his $22,000 investment, he made 500 bucks. Lessons learnedIf you still want to write your book, accept that there's most likely nobody who will buy it. Andrew's takeawaysYou may have a great idea, but it remains a hobby, interest, and passion if you haven't figured out a way to get it to the market. You've got to figure out how to get it to the market to sell that idea. Start bringing your product to the market now. Write a chapter, share it, see what happens, and you'll grab the marketplace before you make the entire investment. Actionable adviceDo your homework so that you're aware of what you're getting yourself into. No.1 goal for the next 12 monthsRick's goal for the next 12 months is to stop worrying about the future and live in the moment. [spp-transcript] Connect with Rick Gilberthttps://www.facebook.com/LeterRipProductions (Facebook) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDuxw9TIoik26MB3ZUm4Fvg (YouTube) https://www.rickgilbert.net/?fbclid=IwAR27HnkKJxJFV68HE5WSTxw_RSCQh9rDjz4G53FJVw28XrF5nXG6SM0W2X4 (Website) https://www.rickgilbert.net/ricks-book/ (Book) Andrew's bookshttps://amzn.to/3qrfHjX (How to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock Market) https://amzn.to/2PDApAo (My Worst Investment Ever) https://amzn.to/3v6ip1Y (9 Valuation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them) https://amzn.to/3emBO8M (Transform Your Business with Dr.Deming's 14 Points) Andrew's online programshttps://valuationmasterclass.com/ (Valuation Master Class) https://academy.astotz.com/courses/how-to-start-building-your-wealth-investing-in-the-stock-market (How to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock Market) https://academy.astotz.com/courses/finance-made-ridiculously-simple (Finance Made Ridiculously Simple) https://academy.astotz.com/courses/gp (Become a Great Presenter and Increase Your Influence) https://academy.astotz.com/courses/transformyourbusiness (Transform Your Business with Dr. Deming's 14 Points) Connect with Andrew Stotz:https://www.astotz.com/ (astotz.com) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewstotz/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/andrewstotzpage (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/andstotz/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/Andrew_Stotz (Twitter) https://www.youtube.com/c/andrewstotzpage (YouTube) https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/my-worst-investment-ever-podcast/id1416554991?mt=2 (My Worst Investment Ever Podcast) Further reading mentionedMichael Gerber (October 1988), https://amzn.to/3xCGf9g (The E Myth: Why Most Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It). Eric Ries...
Like what Oprah Winfrey's guest, Deborah Tannen said: "Sisterhood is fascinating because it is a unique connection of the coming together of connection and competition. The fact that you have these age differences is a built-in power struggle, and the fact that you're all trying to get attention and resources from the same parents creates competition. And the fact that you are always together making comparison inevitable, so all of those dynamics were, to me, terribly fascinating." - I could not agree more!In today's episode, my sisters and I share how we create a safe space for each other to show up authentically:Using enneagram to understand our different personalities, strengths, and challenges in life, and examine how we relate to ourselves, others, and our world.Finding a safe space for different personalities to have an easy way for a difficult conversationHow to have truly, deep meaningful conversationsThe importance of setting healthy boundaries in your relationshipsand believe me, so much more!Keep Up With MeKeep up with my travel and adventures @theremoteyogi and find tons of free resources on how to live with more confidence at theremoteyogi.comHelp me to share the message of Embracing Human by liking this episode, sharing it with your friends, following the podcast, and giving a review. It means the world to me!Do you have a human experience story? Submit your stories to email@example.com and I'll share them at the end of our upcoming episodes.
This interview felt more like two friends and medical professionals sitting down to coffee than a podcast interview. We talked about our Wayfinder coaching program we're in, we chatted about our burnout stories (and Jillian turned the mic back on me to ask what my own pivots looked like) and we demonstrated a coaching tool on Jillian's thought that she didn't have enough money to sign up for a coaching program. If you're not on the path you want to be on, but lost the map and aren't sure what to do next, schedule a free mini coaching session to see if we're a good fit and to get a taste of coaching! Visit www.coachhopecook.com for more info on other packages! Take-home points from the interview: Burnout signs may include apathy, not caring as much about doing a good job or disordered eating, physical complaints like not sleeping or headaches or anxiety. Grinding through/showing grit is a societal expectation. Burnout is your Essential Self begging you to rest and recover In order to take time off, you'll come up against a lot of beliefs and thoughts about not being able to afford to take the time off. It's important to dissect these beliefs and see what's true and what's a thought error. Byron Katie has a method called "The Work" that helps you question your thoughts. Identify your support systems at work and home. Is your job a "people first" type job, or is it all about churning out productivity? Use therapists or coaches to help you see other options because when you're in the midst of burnout, your brain can't come up with any viable options to get you over the hump. When to consider therapy: If you've had trauma or grief and haven't addressed it. Consider coaching if you're functioning but want to function better- we'll teach you the tools for forward momentum Learning how to feel things in your body is huge because it allows you to identify which thoughts are helpful and which thoughts are causing pain Often our stories about ourselves aren't embedded in reality. We feel shame based on false beliefs. Like, "I'll be fired/perceived as weak" if I admit I'm burned out. Kevin MD article: Recovering from Burnout, a permission to pivot Books mentioned: The Way of Integrity and Finding your Own North Star (both by Martha Beck) Byron Katie "The Work" (these are the questions we refer to in the session) Dr. Jillian Rigert's website First episode with Dr. Jillian Rigert
For the first official episode, Maddie and Kristie sit and share their stories of being called into ministry. Join us as we navigate through our stories to help encourage others called into ministry and learn some of the lessons and challenges behind pursuing our calling into ministry.
When we share our stories with those who have earned the right to hear them, we not only help ourselves become more shame resilient, we make safer spaces for others to share their own stories. When people are shame resilient, they are better able to be authentic, to have compassion for themselves and others, to […] The post Emancipate Your Mind: 024: The Importance of Sharing Our Stories with Public Speaker, Terina Maldonado appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
Being [at Work] offers a daily dose of leadership focused on helping you, the leader. During challenging times we need all of the encouragement we can get. Sometimes there's simply no playbook and we just need to do the best we can. Sometimes the best we can is being reminded of the gifts and insight you already have within. Now, if you're in the midst of a challenging time, our goal at HRD Advisory Group is to help remind and encourage you no matter the situation you're in. Be sure to subscribe and get your daily dose. Resources: HRD Advisory Group: https://hrdadvisorygroup.com/ Being [at Work]: https://hrdadvisorygroup.com/podcasts/
Our first live episode! Recorded back in November 2021, we sat down with Shira Lankin Sheps of The Layers Project and author of Layers: Personal Narratives of Struggle, Resilience, and Growth from Jewish Women and Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim (MMY) in Jerusalem. Shira was inspired, after sharing the story of her own struggle with poor health, to provide a platform for Jewish women of all backgrounds to share their stories and provide support for others. The Layers Project provides an outlet for women to share their stories and start conversations relating to mental and physical illness, abuse, infertility, pregnancy loss, relationships, and more, opening the conversation about what were once taboo topics for the better of the Jewish community at large. The Layers Project Magazine is an online media source for in-depth insights into the lives of Jewish women. First came the successful photojournalism blog, The Layers Project, which features the stories of Jewish women in their own words. Now, as a response to reader interest, we are launching a magazine to cater to the cultural, emotional, and spiritual needs of Jewish women. We seek to combat the removal of images of women from Jewish media and hope to share in the challenges and triumphs of being a Jewish woman. With grateful thanks to the staff and students at Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim for hosting us for our first live recording. ________________________________________________________________ Useful Links: https://korenpub.com/products/the-layers-project https://thelayersprojectmagazine.com/ https://mevaseret.org/ www.korenpub.com Follow The Layers Project on Facebook and Instagram | | | Get 10% off your next order from www.korenpub.com with code PODCAST at checkout. If you would like to contact us you can reach us on social media @KorenPublishers or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org | | | The Koren Podcast was written and hosted by Aryeh Grossman and Alex Drucker and is edited and produced by Alex Drucker. The Koren Podcast is part of the Koren Podcast Network, a division of Koren Publishers Jerusalem.
Our lives are made up of stories. These stories make us who we are. It can be scary to share these stories, but sometimes breaking down those walls and becoming vulnerable can allow hope to enter our lives and the lives of others. Sharing our stories may just be the very thing that opens the doors to deeper human connection - bringing more compassion, deeper understanding, and empathy for one another. What if there are others out there who need the stories we have to tell. What if there are others out there who have stories that we need to hear? After listening to this episode, jump onto our instagram page @hype.your.life and either comment on our most recent post of slide into our DMs and let us know you are here listening! Let us know your thoughts on this episode! CATCH YOU ON THE HYPE SIDE!!!!
Welcome to EPISODE SIX of my channel and podcast: The Devotional Hearts Show! Originally uploaded to my Youtube Channel on September 2, 2021, I discuss exiting the New Age and devoting ourselves to God, with my best friend Mia Nenonen.Topics include: the endless loops of self-development & self-love, manifesting, and making idols of ourselves. We share why we stopped journaling, meditating, and making offerings to other gods, and what we experience in our lives now that we walk with our Lord Jesus Christ.We said this in the video, but we do not judge or criticize people who are still in the New Age. We have found compassion for ourselves and everyone who are attracted to the False Light path. The Holy Spirit convicts each person in a different way and on a unique timeline.FYI: This is a long video, and we speak slowly, so go ahead and speed it up! lolKeep in touch with us:Alison's IGMia's IGMy YouTube channel glorifies our Creator by sharing inspirational interviews with devoted Christians. My guests will tell their stories of transformation in a life with Christ and offer guidance to those who are seeking Him. Many of my guests are content creators who are spreading the beauty of Christianity online. I would appreciate if you would please support those who you particularly enjoy.At the time of this upload, I am not receiving any revenue from ads. You can support my work by sending a donation to my Paypal.Are you a woman who is interested in the Orthodox Church and have no idea where to start? Follow my IG: @A.Devotional.Heart where I review books and share content from other Orthodox Christians. The focus is femininity, softening our hearts while turning away from the traps of this world, and a life in service to God.You can also request information from me about my Faith-Based Coaching practice for women by messaging me on IG.I plan to release at least two videos per week; so please like, share and Subscribe to my channel. Hit the bell to be notified of my future interviews and videos.I am not an expert, apologist, authority, spokesperson, or leader on/in the Orthodox Church.Orthodox Christians are welcome to correct any of my errors or misunderstandings.ALL GLORY TO GOD FOR THIS CHANNEL AND MY OTHER CONTENT!#newagetojesus #newagetochrist #orthodoxchurch #orthobro #orthodoxcommunity #femininity #returntopatriarchy #christianwoman #devotedtogod #christian #christ #jesuschrist #reysantos #logos #orthodoxlogos #ancientfaith #orthodoxchristianity #divineliturgy #antiochianchurch #newagedeception #Christ #FalseLight Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/ALIGNEDVISIONARY?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
The holidays are here, and for many, this can be a difficult, isolating time. We're revisiting one of our conversations from season one with a guest who offers important insight on being supportive to those who might be struggling. Angie Burleson, APP, CHt, is a Community Development Specialist and Polarity Therapist committed to changing the conversation surrounding substance use and mental health by empowering individuals and connecting communities to become recovery ready through a trauma informed lens. Angie's own journey with addiction, family experiences, and education gives her a multi-faceted and unique perspective which has inspired her to lobby for public health focused addiction policy, expand peer support, advocate for parents, those in active addiction and recovery alike, and organize educational events. Angie is Founder of Arizona Recovers, a recovery community organization, which provides harm reduction based peer support, community, and prevention and also Project Director of AZ Adverse Childhood Experiences Consortium. Arizona Recovers: https://arizonarecovers.org Sesame Street in Communities: https://sesamestreetincommunities.org Big Bird's Comfy Cozy Nest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciGL9fCa8uk Center on Addiction/Partnership to End Addiction: https://drugfree.org Center for Motivation & Change: https://motivationandchange.com/online-and-in-print-resources/ SAMHSA: https://www.samhsa.gov PAL Support Groups: https://palgroup.org Faces and Voices of Recovery Map: https://facesandvoicesofrecovery.org Recovery Advocacy Project: https://www.recoveryvoices.com Unbroken Brain by Maia Szalavitz Chasing the Scream by Johann Hari I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Making the Journey from "What Will People Think?" to "I Am Enough" by Brene Brown The views and opinions expressed on Awareness 2 Action are those of the guests and host and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Prevention Department or Northwestern Community Services.
In this episode, I continue my conversation with my dad from last week's episode. I highly recommend that you listen to that one prior to this one if you haven't already. This episode starts right back up where we left off last week. We discuss what it was like for both of us during my upbringing, our estrangement, and our reunion. This one is more emotional and admittedly, I even choked up several times while editing it. Again, I truly believe that vulnerability is the key to healing although it can be scary. My father and I's hope for sharing this conversation is that it helps someone else on their healing journey.
Having stuck it out in a workplace where she was disrespected and shut down to the extent that it was detrimental to her health, Charmaine Loratet won't do that again, and she doesn't want anyone else to live through that either. She is passionate about supporting women to be the most authentic version of themselves, so they can show up fully at work and in life. Charmaine also shared her very personal IVF story in this episode. She wants to normalise the conversation about IVF, but also about anything important that is happening in our lives. Work and life are so intertwined that we can't separate them, and we can't possibly show up authentically if we feel we have to hide a part of ourselves. Charmaine's bright, bubbly energy and her passion for supporting women really shines through in this recording.
In this episode I remember why it is so important to share our stories, it's really self-serving as I prepare to release my book into the world. Speaking of, here are the links to pre-order A Million Skies: Secure in God's Strength When Your Mind Can't Rest:Amazon Pre-OrderLeafwood Publishers Pre-OrderNow back to the episode. Listen in if you:Struggle to be vulnerable about the hard places with othersHave shared your story and it has cost youForget how God has shared his vulnerable storyWant to be encouraged in God's redeeming work in this worldWould like to hear an endorsement for my bookAs always, it's been a pleasure to write, produce and publish this podcast to encourage you!Your fellow messy-life journeyer and friend,Abigail (Abby) Allemanhttp://www.abigailalleman.com
Everyone's experience of mental health is different. What may be freeing for one person may be anxiety triggering for another. What may be easy for one person is the biggest challenge that another faces. We all have our own stories to tell. In this episode, our consultants talk about their stories and how they have responded to their mental health challenges. We hope that through telling these stories that we can help you tell your own. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/credera/message
Rhytms, words, knowing your truth... Bethny Ricks has a way of unlocking your heart to find words you didn't even know how to form. In this candid conversation Amia sat down with Bethny and shared a heart to heart on all things resilience and empathy. We hope this episode helps you to adjust your focus... You can find her online at www.bethnyricks.com and Instagram @bethnyricks You can find us on instagram @momentemfocus --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momentemfocus/support
Welcome to episode five of A Proper DBE Podcast brought to you by Daughters of the British Empire. The Daughters of the British Empire is a 501(c)3 nonprofit American society of women of British or Commonwealth birth or ancestry. We share and promote our heritage while supporting local charities and our senior facilities across the United States. Today, Georgia is joined by the following guests:Midwest District Organizer, Lynda Krupp - Lady Nancy Astor, KansasMidwest District Organizer, Brenda Marks - Somerset House, KansasPam Atwell - Royal Arms, KansasSocial Media Account Manager, Louise Churchill - Mary Wollstonecraft, ColoradoIn this episode, we discuss a book filled with World War II memories of our members, how the documentation of such accounts is vital to the protection of our shared history, and how the podcast will serve the same function. We also discuss how the podcast came to be, how it is produced, and what the future might hold.If you would like to learn more about the DBE, or are interested in becoming a member, you can find us online at www.dbenational.org.If you have any questions or comments about this episode, you can email us at email@example.com.You can follow us on social media:Facebook: facebook.com/dbenationalInstagram: @dbenational1909Pinterest: pinterest.com/dbenationalTheme music: https://megamusicmonkey.com/free-music-royal-tea-party-song-30-second-creative-commons/
I was joined by Adriaan Shipalana (CEO, Harambe Technologies) for a silence-breaking conversation about mental health. Adriaan, who cuts an intimidating figure as a life-long fitness enthusiast with a bodybuilding physique, is precisely the kind of person many would stereotype as self-assured, resilient and comfortable with his place in the world. But he has experienced mental health challenges which he opens up about in this podcast episode. I, too, share stories of my own battle with panic attacks. The idea for this podcast is simple: let's break the silence, and share our stories.This is Part 1 of a 2-part series focusing on mental health. The next episode will focus on ways of living with mental health- technologies to help you thrive. But first we need to give ourselves permission to exhale, to speak to our experiences.
Have you ever wanted to share your story/perspective, whether it be at work, in a book or in the media? The world needs your voice and in this era of anti-Asian violence it's more important than ever to share our ideas and shape our culture. Let's learn from leaders in the workplace, books and the media about how they've spoken out, advocated for themselves and shared their stories. In Part 1 we discuss how each panelist got to the very high levels of their fields, how they addressed adversity for their race, and how to prevent anti-Asian violence. In Part 2 we discuss how people spoke out about injustice, where people get their ideas since all panelists are in idea-driven fields, and what Asians need to improve on in the work place. Special questions from children include how to speak up in the classroom and how old each panelist was when they started speaking up. Panelists: *Michael Cabanatuan: San Francisco Chronicle Reporter *Doy Charnsupharindr, MBA: CEO Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute, Faculty UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, Actor, Singer *Yang Huang: Novelist - My Good Son, My Old Faithful, Living Treasures Moderator: Alice Chen, MSJ: Journalist and Host of Happy Asian Woman Podcast, Owner of BrightStory Admission Consulting Sponsor: BrightStory Admission Consulting --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/happyaw/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/happyaw/support
Have you ever wanted to share your story/perspective, whether it be at work, in a book or in the media? The world needs your voice and in this era of anti-Asian violence it's more important than ever to share our ideas and shape our culture. Let's learn from leaders in the workplace, books and the media about how they've spoken out, advocated for themselves and shared their stories. In this episode we discuss how people spoke put about injustice, where people get their ideas since all panelists are in idea-driven fields, and what Asians need to improve on in the work place. Special questions from children include how to speak up in the classroom and how old each panelist was when they started speaking up. Don't miss Part 1 when we discussed how each panelist got to the very high levels of their fields, how they addressed adversity for their race, and how to prevent anti-Asian violence. Panelists: *Michael Cabanatuan: San Francisco Chronicle Reporter *Doy Charnsupharindr, MBA: CEO Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute, Faculty UC Berkeley Haas School of Business *Yang Huang: Novelist - My Good Son, My Old Faithful, Living Treasures Moderator: Alice Chen, MSJ: Journalist and Host of Happy Asian Woman Podcast, Owner of BrightStory Admission Consulting Sponsor: BrightStory Admission Consulting --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/happyaw/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/happyaw/support
Introducing Franco-American Pathways (Chemins Franco-Américains), a podcast that uses resources available at the University of Southern Maine's Franco-American Collection to celebrate Franco history, culture, and stories. In this pilot episode, we talk about the work being done at collections like ours to preserve and protect oral histories and artifacts that document the Franco experience. We talk a bit about the history of the Francos in Maine and New England, interview members of the Franco community, and give you a sample of one of our many oral histories. We hope that our collection will not only be a resource for the academic community, but also a means for Maine's Franco-Americans to connect with their heritage, and with each other. Please reach out via our website to see photos of the materials discussed in today's episode, connect about visiting the collection, or just to say “hi” and share your thoughts. Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Guests: Dr. Mary Rice-DeFosse Doris Bonneau Hosts: Julia Rhinelander Anna Faherty (The Archivist's Corner) Maureen Perry (La Collection Parle) Music: Robert Sylvain Historical Sources: Owen, Joseph. “On This Date in Maine History: March 25.” Portland Press Herald. 25 March, 2020. Rice-DeFosse, Mary & James Myall. The Franco-Americans of Lewiston-Auburn. The History Press. January, 2015. Roby, Yves. The Franco-Americans of New England Dreams and Realities. Les éditions de Septentrion, English Edition. September, 2004. Vermette, David. A Distinct Alien Race: Industrialization, Immigration, and Religious Strife. Baraka Books. October, 2018.
When we share our stories with those who have earned the right to hear them, we not only help ourselves become more shame resilient, we make safer spaces for others to share their own stories. When people are shame resilient, they are better able to be authentic, to have compassion for themselves and others, to… Read More »Emancipate Your Mind: 024: The Importance of Sharing Our Stories with Public Speaker, Terina Maldonado
On this week's episode, we're sitting down with Angie Burleson to discuss the importance of sharing our stories, the power of overcoming shame, and our ability to create change at every level. Angie Burleson, APP, CHt, is a Community Development Specialist and Polarity Therapist committed to changing the conversation surrounding substance use and mental health by empowering individuals and connecting communities to become recovery ready through a trauma informed lens. Angie's own struggle with addiction, family experiences, and education gives her a multi-faceted and unique perspective which has inspired her to lobby for public health focused addiction policy, expand peer support, advocate for parents, those in active addiction and recovery alike, and organize educational events. Angie is Founder of Arizona Recovers, a recovery community organization, which provides harm reduction based peer support, community, and prevention and also Project Director of AZ Adverse Childhood Experiences Consortium. ----- Arizona Recovers: https://arizonarecovers.org Sesame Street in Communities: https://sesamestreetincommunities.org Big Bird's Comfy Cozy Nest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciGL9fCa8uk Center on Addiction/Partnership to End Addiction: https://drugfree.org Center for Motivation & Change: https://motivationandchange.com/online-and-in-print-resources/ SAMHSA: https://www.samhsa.gov PAL Support Groups: https://palgroup.org Faces and Voices of Recovery Map: https://facesandvoicesofrecovery.org Recovery Advocacy Project: https://www.recoveryvoices.com Unbroken Brain by Maia Szalavitz Chasing the Scream by Johann Hari I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Making the Journey from "What Will People Think?" to "I Am Enough" by Brene Brown ----- The views and opinions expressed on Awareness 2 Action are those of the guests and host and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Prevention Department or Northwestern Community Services.
“We all carry the weight of overwhelmed differently, friend. You are not failing. You will persevere.” - Erin Diehl Today, we're getting personal. This podcast serves as a safe space for many to be their truest, most vulnerable self and we hope you feel a little less alone and a little more understood after listening. On today's episode, our host, Erin Diehl, is sharing her infertility story. While it's a topic not many talk about, we hope you leave this episode knowing you're not alone and that your voice, indeed, does matter! In today's episode, Erin talks to us about her infertility journey through: The Past The Present The Future Links from show discussions: Improve it!'s Zoom Fatigue Mini-Course About the Host: Erin Diehl is the founder and Chief “Yes, And” officer of improve it! and host of the failed it! Podcast. She's a performer, facilitator and professional risk-taker who lives by the mantra, “get comfortable with the uncomfortable.” Through a series of unrelated dares, Erin has created improve it!, a unique professional development company that pushes others to laugh, learn and grow. Her work with clients such as United Airlines, PepsiCo, Groupon, Deloitte, Motorola, Walgreens, and The Obama Foundation earned her the 2014 Chicago RedEye Big Idea Award and has nominated her for the 2015-2019 Chicago Innovations Award. This graduate from Clemson University is a former experiential marketing and recruiting professional as well as a veteran improviser from the top improvisational training programs in Chicago, including The Second City, i.O. Theater, and The Annoyance Theatre. When she is not playing pretend or facilitating, she enjoys running and beach dates with her husband and son, and their eight pound toy poodle, BIGG Diehl. You can follow the failed it! podcast on Instagram @learntoimproveit and facebook, and you can follow Erin personally on Instagram @keepinitrealdiehl here. You can also check out improve it! and how we can help your organization at www.learntoimproveit.com. We can't wait to connect with you online!
The Grace Parade is such a beautiful picture of what God does in our lives. We can't wait to share this week's episode with you. On today's show, we have special guest, Janell Rardon joining us. Her new book, "Stronger Every Day: 9 Tools for an Emotionally Healthy You." is a must read. Listen in and find out why. The Power of Sharing Our Stories- speaking healing words to your future. How we can move through lives with positive assertiveness. (Pg 138- Tool 5, Stronger Every Day: 9 Tools for an Emotionally Healthy You by Janell Rardon) Janell shares a beautiful story of moving beyond the sting of shame into the life God had designed for her. There is freedom waiting for us on the other side of sharing our stories. She is clothes in strength and dignity. Psalm 31:25 POWERFUL REGRET QUOTE “Regret is a short, evocative and achingly beautiful word: an elegy to lost possibilities …To admit regret is to understand that we are fallible - that there are powers beyond us… fully experienced, it turns our eyes, attentive and alert, to a future possibly lived better than our past." ~ David Whyte, poet Walk of shame turned into a walk of grace. No smell of fire on you. (Daniel 3:36-37) When we turn our lives over to God, there comes a point where we are so removed from our past and our sin that others won't believe who we were because now they see WHO WE WERE MEANT TO BE IN CHRIST. PIVOTAL POINT IN BOOK- discusses the Game of Thrones Season 5 Finale- If you've experienced shame, it will ring a bell for you. While the LIAR calls, "shame, shame, shame...." Jesus' voice affirms your true identity in Christ, This is a powerful scene and you won't want to miss Janell's insight. Book Recommendation from Janell: The Soul of Shame Dr. Curt Thompson We all have a shame attendant. We like to call him, LIAR, because that's exactly what he's does. Our enemy is hellbent on lying to us. Yet, Jesus wants to speak Truth over us because that is Who He is. The Way, The Truth, The Life! THE GRACE PARADE Now, God walks behind us and before us saying, “GRACE, GRACE!” We can be stronger every day because of He who is in us. (1 John 4:4) Look for this Affirmation in the book: Shame Shake Off- Prayer: Father, you are a God who sends a parade of grace before us. Thank you for making us stronger every day! Amen. A Jesus encounter changes everything. - page 142, Stronger Every Day by Janell Rardon We are all on a journey. Healing doesn't happen in isolation. We need to be with one another and encourage one another. Janell is a Life Coach, Author, and Therapist. She lives in VA with her husband. Her website is a wealth of information. We can't encourage you enough to go check it out. (You are welcome ;) ) Connect with Janell: janellrardon.com Yes, listeners...You are stronger than you know! We love meeting you right here each week! Go courageously & Live victoriously! Your hosts, Amy Elaine & LaTan
Adrianne speaks with Joletta Belton on the importance of sharing our stories and being known. Jo is a storyteller and advocate and for advancing the integration of the lived experience into the study, research, and treatment of pain . She makes sense of her own pain through science and stories on her blog, MyCuppaJo.com. She is Co-chair of the Global Alliance of Partners for Pain Advocacy (GAPPA), a task force of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). She is an author of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, including the first chapter of 'Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain', and is the first Patient and Public Partnerships Editor for the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. http://www.mycuppajo.com/
Why is it important to share our story? Why is it important to listen to others as they share their story? This is the first and most important aspect to healing and finding victory in Jesus Christ. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week the Eternal Warrior Podcast crosses over with the Breaking the Silence Podcast with Creed and Crishelle from Reach10. They share their stories of getting involved with an addiction recovery organization and how they've helped thousands with their podcast. Many listeners struggle to understand how to talk about healthy sexuality with their friends or family - this episode is for you!Life Changing Services Website: lifechangingservices.orgEmail Wes & Spence any questions or suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.orgMaurice Harker is now willing to give away the treasured training handbook of the Sons of Helaman for FREE to all of our listeners and their friends! Download your eBook copy ASAP.... http://likedragonsfree.com/Instagram: eternalwarriorpodcast
Denis Marier welcomes you to the first episode of Groomed, a podcast for male survivors of childhood grooming and sexual abuse and their loved ones. Denis is a survivor of childhood grooming and sexual abuse by a male high school teacher. He was blessed with the support of many friends and family members in his journey through healing from what never should have happened to him or any other boy. Healing can happen. In this first season of Groomed, Denis tells his story in conversation with his lifelong friend John Conlon. Common interests and shared experiences forged an invaluable friendship. In today's episode, they discuss their childhood and the circumstances that shaped the person a predator chose. Key Takeaways: [2:30] Denis talks about what looked like a normal childhood and how his friendship with John began. [4:59] John talks about the perceived tensions during his childhood. [7:36] No child wants to share the struggles lived at home. [9:10] Denis shares how he developed unclear boundaries after finding an older boy masturbating who invited him into what was interpreted as “play,” and was meant to be kept a secret. [11:03] The secret became normalized. [11:54] Secrets are a form of protection when you don't want to hurt anybody. [14:40] Denis talks about becoming a “caretaker” for his mother and how that influenced his character as a people pleaser. [16:02] Denis tended to seek approval as a child. [18:30] Denis talks about distinguishing himself from his siblings and vying for his parents' attention. [20:25] The impact of certain teachers in Denis' youth. [23:03] Approval seeking blurred with a lack of boundaries in Denis while growing up. [24:33] Denis heard from a teacher: “You are a leader,” and that left a mark on him. [26:05] Secret keeping was a part of Denis' childhood. [27:15] Denis had an overprotective mother. Mentioned in this Episode: Groomed Podcast Groomed on Facebook Groomed on Twitter Canada Suicide Prevention Services Victim Services Ontario Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse program Tweetable and Quotes: “Secrets can set children on a path where they become vulnerable to sexual predators.” @groomedpodcast “When a child puts his parents' needs before their own, that child doesn't really learn healthy boundaries and grows up being a people pleaser.” @groomedpodcast “Healing happens the moment we feel heard.” @groomedpodcast
Rev. Anne Kirchmier talks with her friend, Rev. Hickman Alexandre, about racism. As an African American man, Hickman shares his experiences of dealing with racism in the church and through the church as well as in daily life. Timestamps: 0:00-4:45: Introduction 4:49-30:47: Hickman and Anne's Conversation 4:49-6:08: How are you doing? 6:34-12:55: What is the current situation pertaining to race and racism like for you, your family, and your congregation? 13:05-17:01: In your life, where and how have you experienced racism? 17:33-22:59: How can White Christians be allies? Is there anything you would like to say to White Christians? 23:10-27:19: What, if anything, gives you hope? 27:34-30:47: Joint prayer, Lord's Prayer 30:47-32:38: Conclusion Referenced in this episode: Sharing Our Stories, Christ Church Cathedral Indianapolis: https://youtu.be/sbbHczs-pUg Learn more about racism and ways to fight it: https://www.naacpldf.org/ https://episcopalchurch.org/responding-to-racist-violence Get information on how to register to vote where you live: https://vote.gov/ Hickman's church, St. James's Brookhaven, NY: https://welcometostjamesbrookhaven.org/ https://www.facebook.com/stjamesbrookhavenny/ Wherever you are in your faith journey, we are here to support you in any way: http://www.standrews-episcopal.org/ https://www.facebook.com/standrewsnewportnews/
Hi friends! There is power in each one of our stories. When we share them, we help others to feel so much less alone on this dear planet. I invite you today to hear a little of my story and why I am so passionate about this work in hopes that it inspires you to open up, listen deeply, and embrace the beauty that is YOU! I hope you enjoy it! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bonnie-schmidt/support