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    Women of Impact
    How to Build Trust in Your Relationship | Relationship Theory

    Women of Impact

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 10:02


    Love, trust, and the ever-growing connection between you and your partner. Are you focusing on these positive parts of your relationship, or are you letting anxiety, worry, and insecurity plant seeds of doubt and consume your mind? On this episode of Relationship Theory, Tom and Lisa Bilyeu sit down to discuss such matters as they explore how to deal with insecurities, worry, and anxiety that stems from the possibility of your partner cheating. They discuss how to overcome such negative feelings, steps you can take to confront your own insecurity, the best parts of love, why someone might cheat, and how to become emotionally sober.SHOW NOTES:Anxiety | Lisa and Tom discuss overcoming feelings of anxiety due to fears of cheating. [0:32]Insecure | Tom and Lisa discuss the steps you can take to deal with your insecurities. [2:26]Constant Reconnection | Tom and Lisa discuss the best parts of what love is about. [3:42]Why Someone Cheats | Lisa and Tom why cheating isn't about looks. [6:06]Emotionally Sober | Lisa shares the power of being emotionally sober and empowered. [8:11]QUOTES:“Insecurity is not sexy.” [2:37]“The shared experience is what the game of love is about.” [3:42]FOLLOW TOM:Instagram: http://bit.ly/2s9lU90YouTube: http://bit.ly/2KWanACPodcast: https://spoti.fi/2xEloFLFOLLOW LISA:Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKhYouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcHPodcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW0

    Listen, Learn & Love Hosted by Richard Ostler
    Episode 539: Troy Gagon, Lost son Terik to Suicide, Solving Pornography

    Listen, Learn & Love Hosted by Richard Ostler

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 103:12


    My friend Troy Gagon (age 52, Married Father of 7, Active LDS) bravely shares his long journey to understand and solve pornography—including the effectiveness of the ACT (Acceptance, Commitment, Therapy) approach. Troy also talks about his 17-year-old son Terik who died by suicide in Feb 2015 (you can read more about Terik at http://www.terikgagon.com/). Troy talks about how his family is healing and finding hope, things we can do to better support families who have lost on to suicide, and hopeful thoughts to those who are suicidal. If you are working to solve pornography, please listen to this podcast. Troy's insights will help you. And if you have lost a family member to suicide, Troy's perspective and gospel insights will help you. If you are suicidal or having suicidal ideation please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255. You can reach Troy at T.s.gagon@gmail.com or 801-836-5733. Thank you, Troy for your courage to share your story. Respect.

    Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
    Astrology For the Week Ahead For Your Clients & Customers with Eugenia Krok, MA [Instagram Live 6/30/22]

    Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:00


    Astrologer, Eugenia Krok went live today to discuss the astrology for the week ahead for your clients and customers.   Here are some key highlights:    Mars & Aries, Eris & Aries Squaring Pluto -  Pluto is the plumber of the zodiac: clearing the clogged pipes or putting new pipes in.    When it comes to building a home and making it work, plumbing is one of the most important first things to add.    Pluto has been in Capricorn.  The masculine/ feminine battle right now is strong. When we think about masculinity, men are single-focused. Women are multi-focused and have stronger peripheral vision.    What's being transformed and gutted out is the masculine approach to life. Think castle with a moat. Capricorn = brick and mortar.  Building a wall, a moat, and keeping people out is very Capricorn.    We went from Stone to Drone.  Rather than having to build a wall, now we have the technology and use things like drones for protection. These days, cyber security is just as important as physical security.   We are shifting from the masculine to the feminine - going from a single to a multiple focus.    Pluto is squaring Mars and Aries.  Mars is a masculine energy. This energy is dominant and strong, reactive energy. Mars being reactionary, is at a tension point with Pluto. The last time Mars squared Pluto was the summer of 2020. It was a very reactionary time due to Covid, the lockdowns, and the election. People were battling inside of their own families and relationships. Huge presence of riots and anger. We are now seeing it again.    Deep wounded Scorpio is being triggered.  The current news is triggering many people. It is hitting people at a primal Scorpionic level.    I encourage you to work with your clients on going through the deep patterns that are coming up. Cancer is involved, so there could be family trauma coming up as well. The sun in Cancer is female. Wounds clogging us up are getting triggered.    It's time to release and push through things in your world that might be holding you back.  Join Eugenia EVERY Thursday at 12 pm MST to hear about astrology and key transits. To WATCH the full episode: https://www.instagram.com/accessible_astrology To BOOK a reading with Eugenia: https://accessibleastrology.as.me/schedule.php The Pilot Program for Accessible Astrology Academy and Research Institute is LIVE! ENROLL TODAY FOR A FREE TRIAL AND SEE WHAT WE ARE OFFERING: https://www.accessibleastrology.com/accessible-astrology-academy JOIN OUR RISING SIGNS GROUPS:  Get on the waiting list for when our Rising Sign Groups start again in the fall: https://bit.ly/3zhmd54 To learn more about Accessible Astrology, visit us online: https://www.accessibleastrology.com/

    Sex and the Bull City
    Trans Therapy at Bull City Psych with Cat and Dr. Sophia

    Sex and the Bull City

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 21:29


    This episode introduces Cat Salemi and also discusses the importance of working with a specialty trained therapist if you are questioning your gender identity and/or ID as Trans

    No Dumb Questions
    136 - Anakin Didn't Need a Lightsaber, He Needed Therapy

    No Dumb Questions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 100:47


    SPONSORED BY: AUDIBLE Let Audible help you discover new ways to laugh, be inspired, or be entertained. New members can try it free for 30 days. Visit http://audible.com/ndq or text ndq to 500-500. STUFF IN THIS EPISODE: Amy Lutz on Twitter Star Wars Hotel Galaxy's Edge Obi-Wan Kenobi TV Series Star Wars Release Dates Taco Bell Star Wars Pogs Burger King Star Wars Action Figures Novelization: Star Wars Prequel Trilogy Star Wars Expanded Universe Clone Wars Thrawn Kathleen Kennedy from Disney Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau The Bad Batch Darth Maul Force Ghost Boba Fett Hero's Journey Prequel Memes Reddit MacGyver Extended Republic Theory of James Madison R2-D2 Rogue One Lars Mikkelsen Federalist #10   CONNECT WITH NO DUMB QUESTIONS: Support No Dumb Questions on Patreon if that sounds good to you Discuss this episode here NDQ Subreddit Our podcast YouTube channel Our website is nodumbquestions.fm No Dumb Questions Twitter Matt's Twitter Destin's Twitter SUBSCRIBE LINKS: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Android OUR YOUTUBE CHANNELS ARE ALSO FUN: Matt's YouTube Channel (The Ten Minute Bible Hour) Destin's YouTube Channel (Smarter Every Day)

    System Speak: Dissociative Identity Disorder ( Multiple Personality Disorder )

    We share an experience we had in Denver, and what we learned.  We discuss intimacy, sex, and boundaries.  We explore holding space for questions and parts as part of healing, but also being intentional and using our agency to choose well.Content  Note: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general.  Content descriptors are generally given in each episode.  Specific trigger warnings are not given due to research reporting this makes triggers worse.  Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan while exploring this website and during your listening experience.  Natural pauses due to dissociation have not been edited out of the podcast, and have been left for authenticity.  While some professional material may be referenced for educational purposes, Emma and her system are not your therapist nor offering professional advice.  Any informational material shared or referenced is simply part of our own learning process, and not guaranteed to be the latest research or best method for you.  Please contact your therapist or nearest emergency room in case of any emergency.  This website does not provide any medical, mental health, or social support services.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Through a Therapist's Eyes Podcast
    Human Beings are so “Cool” ... in the Pain that We Bear - Ep190

    Through a Therapist's Eyes Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 68:57


    Human beings are amazing creatures that are built to survive and thrive even under the harshest conditions, but that doesn't mean we need to do it alone. In this episode Chris looks at what we do after we experience a traumatic event. He looks at the cool on the outside mentality that we strive to achieve because we do not want to appear weak. This leads to overcompensating in other facets of our lives. Chris gives recommendations how we should respond to these situations to better manger ourselves and our relationships. Tune in to see How Cool Humans Can Be Through a Therapist's Eyes.

    All Black Men Need Therapy
    All Black Men Need Therapy | E62: MAJOR. Conversations

    All Black Men Need Therapy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 75:02


    Chief, Bell, and Prentice get together with R&B Mega Star MAJOR. The fellas tap into dialogue surrounding therapy and religion, dealing with success, and losing people along the way. The conversation flows in various directions, ultimately dropping SEVERAL gems, and all the fellas receive a much-needed dose of therapy. This is certainly an episode to rewind to ensure you didn't miss the lessons taught along the way. They also discuss MAJOR.'s recent single "Whole World in His Hands," as well as his smash, platinum hit, "Why I Love You."How to Live Your Best Life Now! Listen to the Good Life Project Podcast.Insights, ideas & stories from leading voices and experts that help you live a good life. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Clarity Cafe PodcastA little self-help & a lot of laughs in this sip-sized podcast full of good vibesListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Feel Good Social: Branding & Marketing PodcastReady to market your brand online without wasting your precious time? Tune in now!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The KULT Creator Experience™Designed to help passionate expert brands & businesses launch & grow a successful podcast.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

    Chicago Psychology Podcast
    The Open Path to Affordable Mental Health Care with Paul Fugelsang

    Chicago Psychology Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 27:53


    On this encore episode of the Psychology Talk Podcast, Dr. Hoye and Kyle are joined by Paul Fugelsang. Paul is a psychotherapist in Asheville, NC. He is also the Founder of the Open Path Psychotherapy Collective, a source for affordable mental health care for the consumer. Paul discusses the mission of Open Path, and their current state as a non-profit company. He also discusses its inception and the goals they see for their future in the provision of therapy for a wider audience of people.The Psychology Talk Podcast is a unique conversation about psychology around the globe. Your host Dr. Scott Hoye discusses psychology with mental health practitioners and experts to keep you informed about issues and trends in the industry. https://psych-talk.comhttps://www.instagram.com/psychtalkpodcast/

    Save Your Marriage - The Relationship Podcast with Nicola Beer
    Saying No to Others, Yes to Yourself The Art of Healthy Boundary Setting, Setting Healthy Boundaries

    Save Your Marriage - The Relationship Podcast with Nicola Beer

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 23:02


    === FREE EBOOK - 7 SECRETS TO FIX RELATIONSHIP RIFTS === https://training.nicolabeer.com/7-secrets-marriage=== FREE CONFIDENCE MEDITATION ===https://training.nicolabeer.com/self-confidence-meditation=== JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP === Relationship Advice and Wellness Group with Nicola Beer https://www.facebook.com/groups/marriagerelationshipadvice/ === FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM=== https://www.instagram.com/nicolabeerofficial/=== RELATIONSHIP TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM===https://training.nicolabeer.com/relationship-program==== BREAKTHROUGH PROGRAM === https://training.nicolabeer.com/breakthrough-program=== AFFAIR RECOVERY SELF-LEARNING AUDIO PROGRAM===https://training.nicolabeer.com/affair-course==== FREE 20 MINUTE RELATIONSHIP / BREAKTHROUGH CALL==== https://training.nicolabeer.com/book-breakthrough ==== RELATIONSHIP MASTERCLASS === https://training.nicolabeer.com/relationship-webiSEXUAL LIBDIO HYPNOTHERAPY COURSES === WOMEN https://training.nicolabeer.com/libidoboostwomenMEN https://training.nicolabeer.com/libidoboostmenSAVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP AUDIO PROGRAM === QUESTIONS / CONTACT ==== www.nicolabeer.com E: nb@nicolabeer.com === ===HOUSE MUSIC LOVERS and DANCERS ==== www.djlolabeer.com Mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/djlolabeer/ Instagram @djlolabeer.com FACEBOOK GROUP DANCE AND RELEASE = VINANA Dance and Meditation https://www.facebook.com/groups/vinanadanceparty/===KEY WORDS ===Emotionally distant spouse, relationship advice, marriage advice, marriage problems, online couple therapy, online relationship counseling, caughthusbandcheating, caughtwifecheating, emotionalabuseinmarriage, affiarrecovery, infidelitysupport, howtorecoverfromanaffair, howtosaveamarriage, husbandhasalcoholicproblem, cheatingwife, howtostopaffair, howtosaveamarriage, saveyourmarriage, savemymarriage, saveamarriage, marriedlife, marriageadvice, couplestherapy, cheatinghusband, cheatingwife, stopdivorce, emotionalaffair, sexualproblems, husbandjealous, wifejelous, howtostopdivorce, onlinecoupletherapy, narcissist husband, narcissist wife,

    Wu Wei Wisdom Podcast
    How to Release Abundance and Money Blocks with Inner Child Work

    Wu Wei Wisdom Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 47:31


    Archive Episode: Welcome financial abundance into your life and learn how to release money blocks that are sabotaging your success using inner child work.Learn more about our online consultations, events and shop: https://www.wuweiwisdom.comIn this episode, your hosts husband and wife team, David James Lees (ordained Taoist monk, emotional and spiritual health teacher) and Alexandra Lees (wellbeing coach and feng shui consultant) help you create financial abundance by uncovering and resolving unhelpful old beliefs and unresolved childhood issues that are sabotaging your success. Episode highlightsThe Taoist spiritual teaching on money, energy flow and the Law of Attraction.How your childhood experiences and inner child may be blocking or slowing your financial success.How to identify and release harmful money block excuses so you can welcome abundance into your life!Other related teachings on our YouTube channel that will help you:Money Mindset MasteryHow to Create An Abundance Mindset  How to Break the Self-Sabotage Cycle  How to Stop Negative Thoughts and Negative Self-Talk Reparenting Your Inner Child (Part 1) & (Part 2)  Is there a question you'd like answered on the show? Submit it at: https://bit.ly/askusyourquestion Join our free Wu Wei Wisdom Community Facebook support group If you love our work, you can now make a small donation to help fund the continued production of our weekly teachings by buying us a 'virtual coffee'! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wuweiwisdom Book an online Golden Thread Process & Inner Child Consultation with David.  Book an online Feng Shui Consultation with Alex. Follow us on Instagram: @wuweiwisdomSign up to receive a relaxing guided meditation gift, plus our weekly newsletter + offers via email.-Disclaimer: This podcast and any associated teaching and comments shared are not a substitute for professional therapy, mental health care, crisis support, medical advice, doctor diagnosis, or professional healthcare treatment. Our show episodes provide general information for educational purposes only and are offered as suggestions for you and your professional therapist or healthcare advisor to consider and research.

    How to Save Your Marriage Podcast with Nicola Beer Marriage Podcast
    Saying No to Others, Yes to Yourself The Art of Healthy Boundary Setting, Setting Healthy Boundaries

    How to Save Your Marriage Podcast with Nicola Beer Marriage Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 23:02


    === FREE EBOOK - 7 SECRETS TO FIX RELATIONSHIP RIFTS === https://training.nicolabeer.com/7-secrets-marriage=== FREE CONFIDENCE MEDITATION ===https://training.nicolabeer.com/self-confidence-meditation=== JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP === Relationship Advice and Wellness Group with Nicola Beer https://www.facebook.com/groups/marriagerelationshipadvice/ === FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM=== https://www.instagram.com/nicolabeerofficial/=== RELATIONSHIP TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM===https://training.nicolabeer.com/relationship-program==== BREAKTHROUGH PROGRAM === https://training.nicolabeer.com/breakthrough-program=== AFFAIR RECOVERY SELF-LEARNING AUDIO PROGRAM===https://training.nicolabeer.com/affair-course==== FREE 20 MINUTE RELATIONSHIP / BREAKTHROUGH CALL==== https://training.nicolabeer.com/book-breakthrough ==== RELATIONSHIP MASTERCLASS === https://training.nicolabeer.com/relationship-webiSEXUAL LIBDIO HYPNOTHERAPY COURSES === WOMEN https://training.nicolabeer.com/libidoboostwomenMEN https://training.nicolabeer.com/libidoboostmenSAVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP AUDIO PROGRAM === QUESTIONS / CONTACT ==== www.nicolabeer.com E: nb@nicolabeer.com === ===HOUSE MUSIC LOVERS and DANCERS ==== www.djlolabeer.com Mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/djlolabeer/ Instagram @djlolabeer.com FACEBOOK GROUP DANCE AND RELEASE = VINANA Dance and Meditation https://www.facebook.com/groups/vinanadanceparty/===KEY WORDS ===Emotionally distant spouse, relationship advice, marriage advice, marriage problems, online couple therapy, online relationship counseling, caughthusbandcheating, caughtwifecheating, emotionalabuseinmarriage, affiarrecovery, infidelitysupport, howtorecoverfromanaffair, howtosaveamarriage, husbandhasalcoholicproblem, cheatingwife, howtostopaffair, howtosaveamarriage, saveyourmarriage, savemymarriage, saveamarriage, marriedlife, marriageadvice, couplestherapy, cheatinghusband, cheatingwife, stopdivorce, emotionalaffair, sexualproblems, husbandjealous, wifejelous, howtostopdivorce, onlinecoupletherapy, narcissist husband, narcissist wife,

    Deep Energy 2.0 - Music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage and Yoga

    Background Music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage, Yoga, Studying and TherapyHi everyone, this is Jim Butler and welcome to the Deep Energy Podcast - 1003 - A Guardian Angel - Part 2…….I have a brand new podcast. ‘Slow Piano for Sleep' A weekly podcast of my own solo ambient piano pieces. Available wherever you listen to podcasts and at the link belowhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/slow-piano-for-sleep/id1626828397https://open.spotify.com/show/5BD3upRDysHNAKctGODPKT?si=18ca97b89ccb4d39If you would like to find out more about me and my music, head on over to www.jimbutlermusic.com or you can e-mail me at jimbutlermusic@gmail.com. On the website you will find links to all of my social media including FB, FB fan page, IG and Twitter and any live appearances I am making in the Keene, NH area. My YouTube page has all of the podcasts if you like listening that way, plus various other videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/JimButlerMusicI now have a merchandise store with a collection of mugs, t-shirts, tote bags, hoodie's and a ton more… you can find it at www.deepenergy.threadless.com This podcast is ad supported, if you would like to listen to the podcast without ads or speaking, please go to my Bandcamp page and most of the podcasts are there. If you would like a podcast and you don't see it, just send me an e-mail and I will get it uploaded ASAP.www.jimbutler.bandcamp.com Please share, subscribe, rate and review (helps more people find the podcast) through however you listen to the podcast including:Spreaker, Stitcher, Apple Podcast App, Castbox, Pandora, Spotify, Soundcloud, Luminary, iHeart Radio, Radio.com, Deezer, YouTube, Alexa and Siri and many other podcast providers.Thank you for listening. Until the next time, please be kind to one another, peace, bye…Original Image by: STRstudio via Envato Elements

    Mood Ring
    Meme Your Mental Health

    Mood Ring

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 22:11


    Host Anna Borges (The More Or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care), who was famously dragged on Twitter after making a few jokes in reference to mental health, revisits mental health meme culture and how it can be a useful tool to find community during dark times. She's joined by Memes To Discuss In Therapy admin Priscilla Eva for a discussion on “shitposting,” finding the humor in our collective struggles and how social media can actually breed compassion for ourselves and for others.  We want to hear what you think about Mood Ring! You can help us out by filling out a short audience survey: moodringshow.org/survey Follow Mood Ring @moodringshow Follow Anna ​​@annabroges Follow Memes To Discuss In Therapy on Instagram or on Facebook.  Mood Ring is a production of American Public Media and Pizza Shark!  Full Transcript Anna Borges: They say that everyone remembers their first time—I know that I do. Slowly waking up in the morning. Bright light streaming in through the window…   …the sound of my phone rattling on the nightstand as a stream of notifications flooded in.   MUSIC PAUSE, PHONE VIBRATION SOUND EFFECT   Sorry, did you think I was talking about something else? Yeah, no, I'm talking about the first time I got absolutely dragged on the internet.   MUSIC   It was early 2016 and I was a writer at BuzzFeed. I'd been tasked with the challenge of finding a way to make mental health content shareable, and relatable, and viral. And that might sound like a ridiculously easy job in the year of our digital lord 2022, but it wasn't that long ago that the landscape of mental health content looked very different than it does today. Like on big mainstream websites, it was pretty much limited to serious and earnest personal essays and serious and earnest resource articles. And everything else was kind of like… you know… niche. Like it existed, but just in certain corners of the internet.   So, I decided to try doing what I'd long done in my little corners of the internet, I joked about my depression.   And it did not go well.   RECORD SCRATCH, CROWD GASP, YOUNG GIRL SHOUTING “YOU NEED TO LEAVE”   The roundup in question was “21 Tweets About Depression That Might Just Make You Laugh.” A quintessential BuzzFeed list that I thought would make people laugh, and, you know, more importantly, maybe make them feel less alone.   And [laughs] man oh man, was I wrong. Instead, the comments and the emails and the tweets just came flooding in.   SOUNDS OF CROWD JEERING   Anonymous Commenter: “I feel physically sick after reading this. This post is horrible.”   Anonymous Commenter: “You clearly have no experience with depression if you think these are funny.”   Anna Borges: And, and I can't emphasize how mild these tweets were. You know, it was stuff like, “It's not called a nap, it's called a depression sleep.” And like, “I can't wait for my winter depression to end so I can get a start on my spring depression!” Just completely innocuous tweets that you would probably see seventeen of a day these days. And the comments just kept coming.   Anonymous Commenter: “This is disrespectful to people who actually struggle.”   Anonymous Commenter: “You have no business writing about mental health.”   Anonymous Commenter: “Depression isn't funny. Period. It never will be!”   Anna Borges: And I couldn't help but immediately panic and wonder if I'd made, like, some grave mistake. I was like, “Are they right? Was my chosen coping mechanism disrespectful and out of touch? Should I have kept it a shameful secret? What is wrong with me!?”   Was joking about my mental health really so wrong?   MOOD RING THEME MUSIC   I'm Anna Borges and this is Mood Ring, a practical guide to feelings…even when some people think your jokes about those feelings are pretty fucked up.   Every episode, we're exploring one new way to cope — with our feelings, with our baggage, with our brain, with the internet or with the world around us.   Anna Borges: Today's episode is about laughing about mental health. Our mental health. Specifically, laughing about our mental health by following accounts we find relatable and making it part of our regular social media diet.   Now to be clear, disclaimer up top, it's totally okay if jokes about mental health don't feel particularly funny to you. What makes us laugh is, you know, an extremely personal thing, especially where mental health is concerned. And far be it for me to try and tell people that they should find my tweets about wanting to die hilarious. It's not for everyone.   All that said, I'm really relieved that joking about mental health on social media is way more accepted than it used to be. Because now, all of my feeds are full of reminders that I'm not alone, and they offer new ways to frame how I think about my struggles. And, I mean yeah,  they make me laugh and laughing is great.   So let's dig into why following mental health accounts is, you know, a small way to show yourself some love. Joining me is Priscilla Eva, who runs one of my favorite mental health accounts, Memes to Discuss in Therapy. And when I say memes to discuss in therapy, I don't mean wholesome memes that would make my therapist proud. I mean memes that would make my therapist like start scribbling a lot of notes.   And by that, I mean total shitposts.   You're good if you're not actually familiar with this whole mental health shitposting thing—the main thing you need to know is that they're the kind of posts that probably seem inappropriate or insensitive or dark from the outside. But when you are in on the joke? It's kind of like finding shorthand for the experiences that you thought no one else understood.So let's dive into my conversation with Priscilla.   MUSIC FADE OUT   Anna Borges: I would love to start by hearing from you, just for people who aren't familiar with the page how you would describe it, just to like anchor, anchor our listeners into like, what the f we're talking about.   Priscilla Eva: It's just a meme shitposting page. And I like to say I specialize in curating and making memes for mental health and chronic illness. Because those are the two things I care about, mental health and chronic illness related things. And, those are the things that I find most resonant and like to share and repost or make memes of.   Anna Borges: So can you give me kind of the origin story of how you started this page, and like what led to it?   Priscilla Eva: So my friend Tyler, they actually started the page about five years ago. And they started it for the same reason, wanted to just basically shit post mental health stuff. [Anna laughs] And it started as a Facebook page that was just, you know, sharing with a few friends. And then they made it public. And so I started helping, about four or five years ago?   Anna Borges: Oh, wow, I didn't realize the page had been alive for so long. I, I feel like a newcomer, like I'm a poser. I'm like, Oh, I've been a long term fan of memes to discuss in therapy. And it's like, oh, no, no,   Priscilla Eva: Our growth only really, I think took off … a little bit before the pandemic started. [Anna: hmmmm] And I think the pandemic did a lot for people, you know, realizing that they maybe had mental health stuff that they wanted to address for just a plethora of reasons.   Anna Borges: It's, it became more mainstream.   Priscilla Eva: Yes. And so then we got even more followers from that. And then, we started the Instagram, so we could cross post. And, that's kind of where we grew to where we are today.   Anna Borges: So before that, what was your relationship with social media like, or was that really when you dove full in?   Priscilla Eva: Actually always had, you know, sort of flirtation ship with social media. I've had my SlyFox persona since high school, which was back in the MySpace days.   Anna Borges: Same, same. I was a scene queen, you know, just being sad on the internet since 2004.   Priscilla Eva: Yeah, so I've had my SlyFox persona since then. And I kind of use it as my, like, online posting alter ego.   Anna Borges: I feel often similarly when I talk about my mental health online. It's like there's how I talk about my mental health with my therapist and my friends, and then how I talk about it with it online and that difference there, but, it's not, so it sounds like you're someone who has always been comfortable on the internet in some way. Like an Internet person.   Priscilla Eva: Yeah, I, oh gosh. I was very into AIM back in the day, the instant messenger. Yes, and MySpace, all that. Had a lot of online friendships. So it's like people I actually know, which is parlayed into what a lot of my relationships are as an adult. There's a lot of people I know from school, college, you know. And now from, like, my chronic illness stuff, different walks of life. People I've met in real life, but we usually only ever talk online because I have my chronic illness stuff like, you know, during the pandemic, since I'm immunocompromised, couldn't go out at all. [Anna: yeah] So, that kind of compounded it. But there's a lot of relationships I have with people that it's, you know, just messaging each other back and forth a few times a week, sending each other memes. And I'm surprised how similar it is to the AIM instant messages I was sending in high school.   Anna Borges: I am so glad that you said that, or so excited that you said that because literally, literally one of the things I was gonna, wanted to just share is that that is how it functions for me. Like my relationship to the memes, specifically, your page is one that I use a lot, is reposting them to stories kind of as an away message. You know, it used to be like emo song lyrics on my aim profile, and now it's like sad memes. And I just kind of like throw it out there to give people visibility into my sadness, so.   Priscilla Eva: Yeah, just kind of like an update as to what's going on or what you're feeling.   Wow. I really can't overstate how massively important platforms like AIM, Tumblr, MySpace… all of that were to those of us who needed a place where we could express in writing or in a safe way things that were really hard to express out loud. After the break, we'll finish up our conversation with Memes To Discuss in Therapy admin Priscilla Eva and dig into how her followers engage with her content. Plus, we'll talk about where darker mental health jokes fit into all of this.   MIDROLL   Hey, welcome back to Mood Ring. I'm Anna Borges. Before the break we were talking about how following mental health memes accounts and posting about things like our mental health and chronic illness has helped an entire community of people find a new way to express themselves and connect. So let's go ahead and finish up our chat with Priscilla Eva. And as a reminder, Priscilla runs the Instagram and Facebook page Memes to Discuss in Therapy.   Anna Borges: Obviously, what we're talking about is how we use these memes to support our mental health or like how they might not be so great for our mental health and that whole relationship. So, in your experience, how do you see how people interact with your page and share or comment or tag their friends? Like what kind of behavior do you see most often?   Priscilla Eva: One thing I absolutely adore about Memes to Discuss in Therapy and our followers is, now the ratio is much higher. It's like 99% of people who comment are really nice, they're supportive, or they're looking for support, you know. It's an interactive thing where we're all helping each other or feeling less alone. There's about 1% of people who are trolling, who are clearly just there to try to piss people off. And those people get blocked and banned immediately. So I try to keep them out of the comments. But, I find it so interesting that once I kind of shifted my, you know, personal posting from my personal SlyFox page, the memes page, still using the SlyFox, you know, me. But, just shifting the lens through, I guess, you know, what I'm letting society look at me as saying, Hey, this is a mental health page, and we're going to be supportive of each other. I still talk about all the same stuff, but it's just, you know, it's just on the top, you know, this is Memes to Discuss in Therapy. And people are a lot more supportive than I have ever found, you know, elsewhere in internet life. And that's pretty freakin awesome. I love it.   Anna Borges: I love that, that both like doesn't surprise me and surprises me, if only because like, I'm kind of cynical. So I'm like, hey, who knows? People can be assholes about anything, including mental health. But, I do think a space where people can have conversations that they don't get to have elsewhere, even on other pages, like I, can be hopefully welcoming for that. How do you see your followers interacting with the memes? And like, if you had to guess the various reasons that people follow these accounts and what they get from them? What would you say based on what you see?   Priscilla Eva: So we get, I have like multiple tiers of interaction we get on both the Facebook page and the Instagram page. There's people who are just liking and sharing and, you know, they never comment or anything. And that's great. If people are liking and sharing stuff, I assume it resonates with them, and that's awesome. That's the whole point. I love it. And then there's a lot of people who will comment and tag friends in their comments or a ton of people who will comment, say, like, Oh, I feel attacked, or if this isn't me, like, just really relating in the comments. And I love, I love seeing that in the comments. Because so often, someone will say, like, Oh, my God, this is totally me. And then you'll see someone comment underneath them saying, I thought I was the only one. There's a lot of stuff too, when I post about like suicidal ideation, or intrusive thoughts, like that's one of those things that our society doesn't like to talk about at all. And when we do talk about it, we have to put big warnings on it and say, This is really serious. We can't joke around about this. And I think for those of us who are at least me, like me personally, who deal with you know, intrusive thoughts or suicidal ideation on a daily basis. It's kind of hard to keep getting, getting the message over and over again, that something that's in your head every day is really wrong and like, something must be bad with you if, you know, you're having these things that pop into your head all the time. And that's another one that people messaged me all the time, or we get comments all the time, of people saying, oh my god, I thought I was the only one. And that's another one that I like to just say, No, you're not.   Anna Borges: Nope. Absolutely. Yeah, this is resonating so much with me because I, I also deal with like, chronic, passive suicidal ideation is how I kind of describe it. And I wrote an essay about it a couple years ago, and still get messages that mean so much to me, for people who are like, I thought I was alone, I didn't feel this way. And I think it's a real gift to be able to joke about it with other people who get it. You know, and so like having these safe spaces where that will not be a red flag for one of my random followers just is so, so invaluable.   I do often wonder, I know that this kind of thing for people who don't speak this language, or who might not follow these accounts and who might not know that you dealt with this before, but now see through your page that you do, like, have you experienced people expressing worry?   Priscilla Eva: I, I personally have always been like very much an open book when it comes to my mental health, when it comes to my physical health. My mom was kind enough in high school, when my parents got divorced, she told all of us kids, like you each have to go see a therapist, I don't care if you go to one session, or if you go to 20 sessions, but like, I want to make sure we didn't break the kids, like, at least go and do just talk to a therapist for one hour. And if you never want to see him again, that's fine. But if you do, like, I'll pay for you to keep going. And she, I remember, she also would tell us, like, you know, one week in therapy at this age is going to be a year in therapy when you're my age. So like, if you feel like doing it, do it now. And so I totally took her up on that. And I did therapy for about a year, going weekly. And that was awesome. When I was, it was like, when I was 16 to 17. And it gave me a lot of coping skills that I think it usually takes most people into their young adult lives, you know, into their 20s or 30s to get, so I was very thankful for that. But because of that I was very open about my mental health, open about my depressive episodes and just open about, you know, what I was going through. And so for me personally, it's like, I don't think I scare anyone, cause they know who I am. However [laughs], I think there are some people that I know who have become more comfortable sharing about their mental health.   Anna Borges: Oh, good!   Priscilla Eva: Just like from interacting with me, interacting with the page, and they have run into that before where some of their like normie friends are like, Oh, are you okay? You're, like, sounding kind of dark or this or that. They're like, you know, I'm just actually exploring these feelings I'm having. I'm like saying them out loud or putting them out there for other people to see, so.   Anna Borges: To kind of switch gears, one thing I did really want to ask is, it's not surprising at all, to me, but still so interesting to hear that obviously, your reach spiked, right around the beginning of the pandemic, when people were speaking this language. So I'm really curious what kind of things in the past two years, what kind of topics you see resonate most with your audience?   Priscilla Eva: One of the big ones that has just like skyrocketed since the pandemic is social awkwardness. Lots of social awkward memes, and lots of social awkward conversations. But people like forgetting how to people because, you know, they only spend time with their roommates or their pets. And a lot of people talking about depression or loneliness that, you know, a lot of people are not comfortable or have not spent time like being by themselves, like, learning how to be a good friend to themselves. We've had a lot more people just talking about weird thoughts. I'd say like, intrusive thoughts, you know. During the pandemic, people are not in the routine of, you know, doing the same thing every day to keep their brain kind of distracted. So I think, like, a lot of weirdness crept in, but a lot of, you know, goodness, too. [Anna: absolutely] And, yeah, it's been interesting and cool to see all different people interact with that.   Anna Borges: What's, what's really striking me, funnily enough, is, as you're walking through the topics, it all sounds so earnest, and like serious and wholesome. But for people who haven't seen the page, these are all topics that are discussed in a really hilarious way, you know, and [Priscilla: yeah!] I wonder if, if you had to sum it up? How, what would you say is like the magic part of exploring these topics, but in like, a hilarious shitposting medium?   Priscilla Eva: The magic part for me is just the accessibility, because I think there's something about humor, especially something about dark humor, that allows us to laugh about things that, like, we're not even supposed to whisper about. And I think it's, sometimes it's that thin wedge in the door to actually open up a discussion about something. And man, I can't tell you how many people I know in real life, how many people I know through the pages, how many, just people who I've talked to who say, you know, I started looking into depression, or anxiety, or OCD, or getting on medication, or dealing with my eating disorder, all this stuff you know, it started with making jokes about it and reposting memes or reposting silly little stories. And I was just joking about it. But then I realized maybe I'm joking about it because it's something I actually care about. But once you allow yourself to laugh about it, rather than be scared about it, it opens up a door that you didn't know was there. And it allows you to, you know, really step in and explore those feelings in a new way. And for me, that's the magical part of it. And I just like the camaraderie too. I love knowing that there, you know, at any given time, I can post something on our Facebook or Instagram. And immediately we'll get responses from all over the world of people saying, yep, me too. [Anna: same!] I also experience that, like it's just nice to know that we are not alone.   Thank you again to Priscilla for talking to me about one of my favorite things. You can follow Priscilla's page if you've decided this is something that could be for you either on Instagram or Facebook at Memes to Discuss in Therapy.   There is one part of my BuzzFeed story that I left out at the top of the episode. Even with all of the negative comments and emails and tweets I was getting about that post, the, you know, 21 Tweets About Depression, there were a lot of supportive ones, too. People who related and who were thankful for the opportunity to see that other people related, too.   They replied to the other commenters and essentially said, “Hey, just because this doesn't work for you doesn't mean it's bad. If you don't like it, if you don't find it funny, don't read it.”   That's the rule of thumb I kind of follow here, too. You know, we have agency to follow accounts that make us laugh and make us feel seen and that give us language to describe our experiences, just like we have the agency to unfollow the ones that make us feel bad and just don't work for us.   So I encourage you to get to know your mental health sense of humor and follow where it leads you, whether it's accounts like Priscilla's, or late night shitposting on Twitter (I tend to do a lot of that if you're not already following me). You know, weird bits on TikTok, specific creators that really get you … whatever genuinely makes you laugh and is a bright spot on your feed, cause there's plenty on social media that is not that, so the more you can feed in, the better.   For those of you who do enjoy laughing about your mental health experience, I'm curious: What are some of your favorite accounts and memes? Because I'm always on the lookout for more. And I would love to get to know your sense of humor as well. So tag us in them, send them our way, check us out on Instagram or Twitter @moodringshow, and I'm looking forward to laughing with you!   You can even tag me if you're really into it — I'm @AnnaBroges on Twitter – that's Anna B-R-O-G-E-S…because Anna Borges was taken. We want to hear from you. You can get in touch at Moodringshow DOT ORG and click “Contact Us.” Or follow Mood Ring Show on Twitter and Instagram. You can also call and leave a message at 833-666-3746.   CREDITS   Mood Ring was developed by Kristina Lopez. Our executive producers are Maria Murriel, Isis Madrid and Beth Pearlman. Our story editor is Erika Janik. Mijoe Sahiouni is our digital producer. This episode was produced by Jordan Kauwling. And as you know, I'm Anna Borges, and I write, host and produce this show too.   APM Executives in charge are Chandra Kavati, Alex Schaffert and Joanne Griffith. And finally, our music is by Mat Rotenberg.   Thanks again for listening and I hope to see you next episode.

    System Speak: Dissociative Identity Disorder ( Multiple Personality Disorder )

    We discuss the movie “Turning Red”.Content  Note: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general.  Content descriptors are generally given in each episode.  Specific trigger warnings are not given due to research reporting this makes triggers worse.  Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan while exploring this website and during your listening experience.  Natural pauses due to dissociation have not been edited out of the podcast, and have been left for authenticity.  While some professional material may be referenced for educational purposes, Emma and her system are not your therapist nor offering professional advice.  Any informational material shared or referenced is simply part of our own learning process, and not guaranteed to be the latest research or best method for you.  Please contact your therapist or nearest emergency room in case of any emergency.  This website does not provide any medical, mental health, or social support services.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen
    Dr. Kate Pate on Vets, First Responders and why “Being Triggered” is More Complicated Than You Think

    Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 66:19


    We are never more than one connection away from a veteran or first responder. They are the ULTRA helping professions. During the pandemic, many were the first line of protection and care. Over 20 years of The Global War of Terror, many have experienced repeated deployments with an anodyne “thank you for your service” and a bad country music song as their only Thank You. But how many of us have asked how we can be part of THEIR solution network? Meet Dr. Kate Pate, a neurophysiologist who is looking at the ways our brains impact our bodies, and how we heal both in harmony. Kate is laser-focused on the health and healing needs of our veterans and first responders, which means she's focused on matters that impact our entire society. Her perspective is grounded in healing and is relevant to all of us because we're connected to these folks or need similar healing. She gets the role recovery plays in the equation and she brings true illumination to things like, “what's a trigger?” and “is this PTSD?” Dr. Kate Pate is one of the most impressive and insightful people we've ever met and you are going to love her. Dr Kate Pate's IG: https://www.instagram.com/doc.pate/ Episode link: Spotify playlist for this episode: Tell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Become a TMST member today so you can hear the uncut interviews, attend private events with Laura and help keep TMST ad-free. ==== TMST is hosted by Laura McKowen, the bestselling author of We Are The Luckiest and founder of The Luckiest Club. Follow the show and Laura on Instagram.

    Wise-ish
    A New Way to Resolve Repetitive Arguments

    Wise-ish

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:19


    Do you tend to argue about the same stuff over and over again?I know how frustrating that is, because I struggled with it too.And when those topics come up, it often leads to circular arguments and hurt feelings.In today's episode, I will show you a NEW way to approach these conversations.This is an excerpt from a talk I gave recently to a group of several thousand women physicians. If you apply these 3 tools, I guarantee there will be a big SHIFT in the conversation….…AND in the relationship as a whole.Take notes, and then go try it out!P.S: Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts"I love WISEish!"If this is true for you, please consider rating and reviewing my show! This helps me support more people -- just like you -- find emotional freedom and move toward the life they desire.Head to the Wise-ish show on Apple Podcasts, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.”Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!

    Second Breaks
    183. Therapy or Coaching: What Kind of Help Do You Need with Nicole Lewis-Keeber

    Second Breaks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 51:45


    The idea of seeking and getting help has become more acceptable in society, in general. More people today are open to talking about their experiences. And the stigma for getting professional help has greatly been diminished, if not entirely eliminated.There has been an explosion in the field of coaching over the last few years. And the result of all these newly-minted coaches is that getting coached, in all aspects of life is now relatively accessible for more people. So, the upshot is professional help is more accessible, and more people are getting help. If there's an area in your life that you are having difficulty with, chances are, you'll be able to find someone who can help you address or overcome the issues.The challenge with more options is that we now must decide what kind of help we need. Who do we see for what kind of problem? How do we select, and what can we expect from the experience?All that is the subject of today's episode and to help me understand the landscape, I've invited Nicole Lewis-Keeber who is just the perfect person to chat with about these things!Nicole is in a unique position to shed some light here because she is a licensed clinical social worker - who worked for many years as a therapist. Then, she went on to get different kinds of coach training and became a mindset coach. So today, she is both! Although she's directed her professional work toward the business landscape and her clients call her the “business therapist”.IN THIS EPISODE: How therapy differs from coaching What kind of help you can expect from a therapist vs a life coach The intersection of life coaching and business coaching, and where the lines get blurred The limits within these fields Nicole's tips for selecting the right professional help For all the links and show notes, head on over to http://secondbreaks.com

    Pod Therapy
    #234: Addicted to Masturbating, Pregnant at 16, Losing Friends to Marriage/Kids

    Pod Therapy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 56:00


    After a pre-show discussion of whether Jim could fight a gorilla, the guys discuss addiction to masturbating, a woman who was pregnant at 16 years old, and losing your friends when they get married or have kids. Join the pre-show hang out at www.Patreon.com/Therapy and enjoy topical deep dives, psychology movie nights, book clubs, monthly interviews, special side projects and our live discord chat!Check out Dr. Jim's book "Dadvice: 50 Fatherly Life Lessons" at www.DadviceBook.comGrab some swag at our store, www.PodTherapyBaitShop.comSubmit questions to:www.PodTherapy.netPodTherapyGuys@gmail.comFollow us on Social Media:www.Facebook.com/PodTherapywww.Instagram.com/PodTherapyGuyswww.Twitter.com/PodTherapyGuysResources:Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255.Veterans Crisis Line - 1-800-273-8255.Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline - (1-800-662-HELP (4357)OK2Talk Helpline Teen Helpline - 1 (800) 273-TALK

    New Life Live with Steve Arterburn
    New Life Live: June 30, 2022

    New Life Live with Steve Arterburn

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    Topics: Friendship, Isolation, Parenting, In-laws, Boundaries, Vacillators, PTSD, Separation Hosts: Steve Arterburn, Dr. Sheri Keffer, Dr. Jim Burns Caller Questions: My friend has Parkinson's and cancer and is isolated. Since she lives far from me, how can I help her?  How do I parent my 17yo daughter who says she's going to move back to where we used to live and marry her boyfriend when The post New Life Live: June 30, 2022 appeared first on New Life.

    Dear Chelsea
    Whole-Relationship Red Flags with Julianna Margulies

    Dear Chelsea

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 85:35


    Chelsea is joined by Julianna Margulies in NYC to chat about growing up with chaotic parents, learning to prioritize your own needs, and taking a left instead of a right.  Then: An Irish bartender must return to less-gratifying work after a stint helping vulnerable people.  A sister has been cut off after her baby sis moves in with yet another bad boyfriend.  And an Aussie mountaineer makes long-term plans with a boyfriend who just won't commit. * Need some advice from Chelsea? Email us at DearChelseaProject@gmail.com * Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited & Engineered by Brandon Dickert * * * * * The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the Podcast author, or individuals participating in the Podcast, and do not represent the opinions of iHeartMedia or its employees.  This Podcast should not be used as medical advice, mental health advice, mental health counseling or therapy, or as imparting any health care recommendations at all.  Individuals are advised to seek independent medical, counseling advice and/or therapy from a competent health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issues, health inquiry or matter, including matters discussed on this Podcast. Guests and listeners should not rely on matters discussed in the Podcast and shall notact or shall refrain from acting based on information contained in the Podcast without first seeking independent medical advice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler
    Whole-Relationship Red Flags with Julianna Margulies

    Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 85:35


    Chelsea is joined by Julianna Margulies in NYC to chat about growing up with chaotic parents, learning to prioritize your own needs, and taking a left instead of a right.  Then: An Irish bartender must return to less-gratifying work after a stint helping vulnerable people.  A sister has been cut off after her baby sis moves in with yet another bad boyfriend.  And an Aussie mountaineer makes long-term plans with a boyfriend who just won't commit. * Need some advice from Chelsea? Email us at DearChelseaProject@gmail.com * Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited & Engineered by Brandon Dickert * * * * * The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the Podcast author, or individuals participating in the Podcast, and do not represent the opinions of iHeartMedia or its employees.  This Podcast should not be used as medical advice, mental health advice, mental health counseling or therapy, or as imparting any health care recommendations at all.  Individuals are advised to seek independent medical, counseling advice and/or therapy from a competent health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issues, health inquiry or matter, including matters discussed on this Podcast. Guests and listeners should not rely on matters discussed in the Podcast and shall notact or shall refrain from acting based on information contained in the Podcast without first seeking independent medical advice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
    Grape Therapy: Messages to Our Younger Selves with Becca Tilley

    Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 67:57


    We've got a real nail biter for you this week, Vinos… literally! Becca Tilley joins Kaitlyn with her mini mic in hand to unpack society's box that people want us to fit into and then shove it up their a$$. Yep, that's right. This is a judgment free zone, and Becca and Kaitlyn go there. Where exactly? They go all the way from Kaitlyn's toenail fungus and makeup hacks to Becca's views on religion and life in and out of the spotlight with Hayley. Nothing is off the table today, including Phoebe, who is sitting on Becca's desk the entire podcast. KB & Becca address their relationship “icks” as that seems to be a point of contention for the internet, and Becca admits a level 1 confession that she has been holding onto for almost 20 years. Plus, so much juicy (and somewhat concerning) behind the scenes intel from Bachelor filming! HYUNDAI - Learn more at HyundaiUSA.com. STARBUCKS - STARBUCKS BAYA Energy drink is available online, at grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations nationwide. CARAWAY HOME - Visit Carawayhome.com/VINE to get 10% off your next purchase. PROGRESSIVE - Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive. APARTMENTS.COM - The place to find a place.

    Soul Full of Wellness
    How To Be A Great Listener

    Soul Full of Wellness

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 26:19


    Do you ever zone out while someone's talking? Of course, we all do!  The average human has an 8-second attention span. With so many distractions competing for our time, listening attentively can be surprisingly challenging. Today we're talking about how you can be a better listener. This will make you a better friend, parent, spouse, boss, employee, co-worker… the list goes on. Giving someone the space to express themselves is the greatest gift you can give, which is why today we're giving you 6 tools that you can start today, to be a better listener. We're living in a time when it's challenging to be consistently aware and intentional because so many things demand our attention. Our brains haven't caught up to the technology that's feeding them, leaving us over-stimulated. Focus is hard. Listening is hard. It's a challenge to walk into a conversation without my agenda being forefront of my mind and your agenda forefront of yours. With the hectic, chaotic, complicated pace of life today, people are even more committed our own agendas. When you approach a conversation thinking only of your own agenda, you're framing new information before you even hear it. It's important to be open to new information that you're not looking for but may benefit from learning. Here are six ways to become a better listener and, in turn, a better friend, spouse, parent, boss, employee, co-worker… you get the idea. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to subscribe, rate & review! :) https://www.soulfullofwellness.com/ We invite you to visit our website. Email questions & suggestions to SFOWpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @soul_full_of_wellness  https://www.instagram.com/soul_full_of_wellness/ Follow us on Twitter @SFOWpod Follow Kaelynn on Instagram @coaching_with_kae Follow Kit on Instagram @breathe.relax.trust Thank you to Nick Serena for our theme music! Soul Full of Wellness embraces living from the soul, your spirit, how to stay lovingly connected to your true self - learning tools from certified health & wellness coaches to help you successfully navigate the ups and downs of life. Kit & Kaelynn bring something new: a blend of Millennial & Gen X perspectives to create a unique listening experience that motivates you to go after the life you want. Keeping both the mind and body strong is key to living a happier, healthier life. Mental and physical health are interconnected and can impact everything from how we feel to how we navigate life. To support you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, we invite you to follow, rate, and review.

    I.E In Besties
    Ep. 26 - Girls Shooting Their Shot, Embarrassing Moments & More! Ft Josh Leyva

    I.E In Besties

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 76:30


    Hello Besties! Today we have Founder of Taste Salud, Josh Leyva! We get to learn how he got started with Salud, stay consistent at the gym for years, and out of pocket DMs he has received! Hope you enjoy! Buy Salud here!https://tastesalud.comhttps://www.instagram.com/tastesalud/ Get 10% OFF Your first month of Therapy at Betterhelp.com/ieinbesties Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code BESTIES at MANSCAPED.com! Spill the Tea here!https://forms.gle/BvzSmC1dsqGCjTYX8 Follow us!https://linktr.ee/ieinbesties Vanessa CazarezInstagram -  https://www.instagram.com/bloomingvc.vic/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Bloomingvc Stephanie RamierezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stephsgotmilk/twitter - https://twitter.com/stephsgotmilk Time stamps!00:00:00 - Intro00:01:00 - YouTube beginnings00:03:20 - Starting a hydration company00:07:37 - Manscaped00:12:08 - How Josh met his business partner00:14:23 - Dealing with Hanxiety00:17:05 - People only liking you for looks00:20:17 - Not attaching yourself to an outcome00:21:12 - creating new relationships in a busy environment00:22:19 - has social media created trust issues00:23:00 - importance of mentors00:25:55 - Auditioning for movies00:27:53 - Coolest thing about being on set00:30:00 - embarrassing film set moment00:38:38 - Trying Salud with alcohol00:40:13 - branching out into Salud side projects00:41:25 - Selling in Walmart00:43:58 - Having Good quality veneers00:47:56 - First thing you notice in a girl00:49:33 - turn offs and red flags00:53:40 - Receiving out of pocket dms00:56:40 - What does it mean to settle down01:02:37 - how not to lose yourself in relationships01:06:06 - Wanting to do rom coms01:07:32 - Staying disciplined at the gym01:11:14 - thinking you know someone based on their social media

    Shrink Rap Radio Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy a
    #806 David E. Scharff MD Discussing International Perspectives on Psychoanalytic Therapy

    Shrink Rap Radio Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy a

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    David E. Scharff, M.D. is Co-Founder and Former Director, International Psychotherapy Institute; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Georgetown University; Supervising Analyst, International Institute for Psychoanalytic Training; Honorary Fellow, Tavistock Relationships, London; Former Chair, The IPA's Committee on Couple and Family Psychoanalysis; He has pioneered the use of technology for distance psychotherapy education and training since 1998. He is editor of the journal Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in China, and Director of the Training Programs in Analytic Couple and Family Therapy in Beijing and Moscow. He is a Child and Adult Analyst in Private Practice with children, adults, couples and families in Chevy Chase, Maryland. With Dr. Jill Scharff, he is the 2021 winner of the Mary Sigourney Award in Psychoanalysis, the most prestigious award in the field. Dr. Scharff has been author and editor of more than 30 books, with foundational texts on family, couple and individualpsychoanalytic therapy, and innovative training of psychotherapists and psychoanalysts. He has organized more than 100 conferences in the United States and abroad, and taught internationally on five continents including 30 countries. His recent initiatives involve organizing training programs in China and Russia. He is founder of a journal called “Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in China.” His book “The Sexual Relationship” in 1982 has been followed by more than 30 books and 100 articles including the classics“Object Relations Family Therapy” and “Object Relations Couple Therapy”, both with Jill Savege Scharff. Recent publications have included “Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy” edited with Jill Scharff. His most recent books are “The Use of the Self in Psychoanalysis,” (2019) and “Marriage and Family in Modern China: A Psychoanalytic Exploration” (Routledge, 2021). Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute

    Oncology Data Advisor
    Therapy of B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: An Evolving Landscape

    Oncology Data Advisor

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 52:57


    Presented by Amir Fathi, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, this activity will highlight individualized treatment selection for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), as well as recent efficacy and safety data for novel therapeutic strategies. Listen now to earn free CME | NCPD | CPE!

    Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill
    202: Therapy culture. Does everything need a diagnosis?

    Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:49


    P&C drink and review a single-hop IPA, then discuss therapy culture. Are we addicted to therapy? Have we redefined ourselves around our emotions? Are we all vulnerable, broken, "at risk," scarred for life? There's been an erosion of the boundary between the private and the public. Now we have TV shows where people disclose their personal issues. There's nothing more virtuous today than seeking treatment. We've demonized silence, stoicism and a stiff upper lip. Do healthy people really have to talk about themselves? Publicly?

    Psychology of Aging with Dr. Regina Koepp
    Differentiating Delirium, Dementia, Depression and Psychosis in Medically Vulnerable Older Adults

    Psychology of Aging with Dr. Regina Koepp

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 66:15


    #S2 Ep 05The prevalence of delirium is highest among older adults who are medically hospitalized. In fact, 33% of general medical patients who are 70 and older have delirium. It's imperative that mental health professionals have a keen understanding of delirium and how to distinguish it from look-alike conditions. This continuing education course will: provide an overview of delirium and the various forms delirium can takediscuss cognitive screenings used in medical settingsillustrate how to distinguish delirium from dementia, depression, and psychosis among medically vulnerable adultsLink to the show notes page hereGet access to the BONUS Video when you subscribe to the CEU podcast Attention Social Workers, Psychologists, Therapists, Aging Life Care Experts: Click here to learn more about earning CEUs for listening to this podcast.

    Therapy Without A Degree Podcast
    Be Limitless Feat. Susan Ramirez | Chapter 233 Therapy Without a Degree

    Therapy Without A Degree Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 51:36


    This week Joe sat down with creative Susan Ramirez! You may know her from our TV Show, Therapy Without a Degree The Series Episode 3! They discussed being creative, not limiting the things that you can do and much more! Follow us today Instagram ✅ instagram.com/therapywithoutadeg…gshid=viy2nj4uq1ij Facebook ✅ www.facebook.com/Therapywithoutadegreepodcast/ Website ✅ www.therapywithoutadegree.com Podcast ✅ www.hyperurl.co/therapywithoutdegree Therapy Without A Degree Therapy Without A Degree Therapy Without A Degree Therapy Without A Degree Therapy Without A Degree Mental Health Podcast Mental Health Podcast Mental Health Podcast Mental Health Podcast Keywords . . . . #Podcast #Therapy #Failure #LiveShow selfcare recovery happy mindfulness love health quotes loveyourself wellness memes mood mentalhealthawareness selflove sadquotes inspiration music motivation mentalhealthmatters sad depressed mentalhealth fitness aesthetic suicide #depression anxiety art mental illness healing

    Leadermorphosis
    Ep. 76 Ria Baeck and J.D. Nasaw on trauma informed collaboration

    Leadermorphosis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 66:09


    Ria Baeck and J.D. Nasaw. Ria and J.D. are both coaches and facilitators who combine scientific research of trauma with embodied practices of collective intelligence and wisdom.  In our conversation, we discuss questions like: what does trauma have to do with new ways of working? How can we be more conscious collaborators? What are examples of embodied practices we can use so that our journey of new ways of working is not only an intellectual one? Ria has thirty years of experience as a therapist, and J.D. is particularly interested in the intersection of somatics, self-management, social justice, and regeneration. Both are associates at Greaterthan for which they have developed a course called Trauma Informed Collaboration. Resources: More information about the Trauma Informed Collaboration course Greaterthan's website Learn more about Enspiral Learn more about Percolab A beginner's guide to Polyvagal Theory from Rhythm of Regulation See also the Leadermorphosis episode with Miki Kashtan

    Living Centered Podcast
    075 "Living Centered and Owning Your Story" featuring Heather Adams

    Living Centered Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:25


    Lindsey and Mickenzie are joined by Onsite Alumni and founder and CEO of Choice Media Communications, Heather Adams.   The three embark on a powerful conversation about owning our stories and the impact each and every one of us can have on the world when we do our work, lean into growth, and dare to share our stories with others. Heather shares what she's learned from her years as a publicist, mom, wife, and friend about community, starting over, and dreaming big!   

    Our MBC Life
    S04 E16 - Psilocybin-assisted Therapy: Patient Experiences

    Our MBC Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 85:32


    Welcome to the second episode in our series on the potential of psilocybin-assisted therapy to help us live as well as possible with metastatic breast cancer.In this episode, we talk to two women with breast cancer who had legal access to psilocybin-assisted therapy. Journalist and writer Erica Rex participated in a clinical trial at Johns Hopkins after being diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. Mari Singfield, a young Canadian woman living with MBC, gained access through an exemption to Section 56(1) of the Canadian Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, a process facilitated by the organization, TheraPsil. Both women shared with us the process that they went through to gain legal access to psilocybin-assisted therapy, what the treatment was actually like for them,  and what, if anything, changed in their lives afterward.This series has been led by series producer and co-host, Paula Jayne,  with assistance from co-host Lynda Weatherby, and senior producer and host, Lisa Laudico.Thanks for listening!More info is available in our episode notes for this series on our website:www.ourmbclife.orgGot something to share? Feedback?Email: ourmbclife@sharecancersuupport.orgSend us a voice recording via email or through speakpipe on our website.  Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @ourmbclife

    Stakes is High Podcast
    Therapy Ain't For Everyone (Ep: 302) (Ft. The Fellas)

    Stakes is High Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 84:40


    Therapy Ain't For Everyone (Ep: 302) (Ft. The Fellas) by Stakes is High Podcast

    I Heart 2C
    Healing the Body with Salt Therapy with owner of Refresh Restore Renew Salt Therapy, Inc., Terry Franklin

    I Heart 2C

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:48


    We had no idea salt diffused into the air you breath, can help heal all kinds of ailments, especially allergies and congestion. Terry Franklin, just opened this new Salt Therapy rooms in Caldwell and has already seen positive results in her clients that use the rooms on a regular basis. This was a fascinating and educating chat with Terry and you will enjoy it as well! Take a listen, then go visit her salt rooms in Caldwell. You can get more information here: https://www.refreshrestorerenew.com And follow them on Instagram & Facebook

    Deep Energy 2.0 - Music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage and Yoga

    Background Music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage, Yoga, Studying and TherapyHi everyone, this is Jim Butler and welcome to the Deep Energy Podcast - 1002 - A Guardian Angel - Part 1…….I have a brand new podcast. ‘Slow Piano for Sleep' A weekly podcast of my own solo ambient piano pieces. Available wherever you listen to podcasts and at the link belowhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/slow-piano-for-sleep/id1626828397https://open.spotify.com/show/5BD3upRDysHNAKctGODPKT?si=18ca97b89ccb4d39If you would like to find out more about me and my music, head on over to www.jimbutlermusic.com or you can e-mail me at jimbutlermusic@gmail.com. On the website you will find links to all of my social media including FB, FB fan page, IG and Twitter and any live appearances I am making in the Keene, NH area. My YouTube page has all of the podcasts if you like listening that way, plus various other videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/JimButlerMusicI now have a merchandise store with a collection of mugs, t-shirts, tote bags, hoodie's and a ton more… you can find it at www.deepenergy.threadless.com This podcast is ad supported, if you would like to listen to the podcast without ads or speaking, please go to my Bandcamp page and most of the podcasts are there. If you would like a podcast and you don't see it, just send me an e-mail and I will get it uploaded ASAP.www.jimbutler.bandcamp.com Please share, subscribe, rate and review (helps more people find the podcast) through however you listen to the podcast including:Spreaker, Stitcher, Apple Podcast App, Castbox, Pandora, Spotify, Soundcloud, Luminary, iHeart Radio, Radio.com, Deezer, YouTube, Alexa and Siri and many other podcast providers.Thank you for listening. Until the next time, please be kind to one another, peace, bye…Original Image by: STRstudio via Envato Elements

    Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
    6/29 App 1 Shroom Therapy

    Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 6:21


    Duuuuuuuude.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Good Risings
    57.3. Hash It Out: Thinking About Therapy

    Good Risings

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 3:59


    Good Risings is a mindset. Join Elizabeth Earnshaw for a daily dose of Advice. Presented By: Cavalry Audio.  Producers: Jason Seagraves & Margot Carmichael.     Audio Editing: Revision Sound. Music: Gramoscope Music.  Executive Producers: Elizabeth Earnshaw, Dana Brunetti & Keegan Rosenberger.  You can now search all of the Good Risings episodes on Fathom.fm/GoodRisings! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Lucas Rockwood Show
    522: Women's Hormonal Health with Dr. Anna Cabeca

    The Lucas Rockwood Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 35:34


    At what age should we consider hormone replacement therapy? Why is PCOS so common? Why is it that women often struggle with ketogenic diets more than men? Our hormones play such an important role in how we look and feel, but most of us are unsure how to optimize them or what ‘normal' hormonal balance feels like. Medical doctor Anna Cabeca is our guest on this week's podcast to help us make sense of the endocrine system and understand our hormones better.   Listen and learn: How to support rather than suppress menopause Why coffee can jack up your blood sugar levels How women should approach ketogenic diets What urine PH can tell you about your diet and stress levels Links Dr. Anna's Site ABOUT OUR GUEST Dr. Anna Cabeca is a menopause and sexual health expert and speaker. She is a triple board-certified OB-GYN, integrative medicine, and anti-aging and regenerative medicine doctor. Her books include: The Hormone Fix, Keto-Green 16, and MenuPause. Nutritional Tip of the Week Reactive hypoglycemia Like the Show? Leave us a Review on iTunes

    New Life Live with Steve Arterburn
    New Life Live: June 29, 2022

    New Life Live with Steve Arterburn

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 49:05


    Topics: Anger, Pornography, Drug Addiction, ADD, Adult Children, Inheritance, Single Parenting, In-laws Hosts: Zach Matchett, Dr. Alice Benton, Dr. Jill Hubbard Caller Questions: What do I do about my anger over my husband's porn addiction and emotional affair?  What's the next step for my 19yo granddaughter who goes to rave parties and has ADD?  My adult children think we're giving them a large inheritance when The post New Life Live: June 29, 2022 appeared first on New Life.

    Dr. Ruscio Radio: Health, Nutrition and Functional Medicine
    Pelvic Floor Therapy for Better Gut Health

    Dr. Ruscio Radio: Health, Nutrition and Functional Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:46


    Your rib cage and pelvic floor play a bigger role in improving chronic pain, abdominal distention, digestion, and sexual function than you may think. Deborah Bowes—physical therapist and Guild Certified Feldenkrais teacher—shares how to reduce rib cage tension and improve gut, pelvic, and mental health using breathing and movement exercises. Listen in as she provides more information about how her techniques and the Feldenkrais Method have helped people with complex health conditions and have not had much success with traditional therapies. https://drruscio.com/pelvic-floor-therapy-for-better-gut-health My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook  If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com  Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources 

    My Therapist's A Witch
    3: Practices for PMDD - Tracking Your Cycle, Holistic Approaches, and Removing the Taboo

    My Therapist's A Witch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:25


    In this episode I'm sharing some of the key practices I've use to manage my PMDD. One that's been particularly useful for me is consistently tracking my movement through different phases of my cycle, and I give a detailed explanation of how I do that. I also talk a bit about my personal story, and how we can change our relationship with our challenges - which then allows us to change our experience of them. Topics: 0:00: Welcome2:30: What my PMDD looks like 8:00: What's PMDD? 16:00: Depression and suicidality 21:00: Holistic and spiritual approaches 24:30: Practices 30:00: Separating thoughts from who you are 35:00: Ritualizing 40:00: Framing the phases 51:15: The hero's journey About Elizabeth: Elizabeth Ferreira is a somatic psychotherapist in training. Her approach to mental health is holistic, non-judgmental, and centered in the belief that all beings have the capacity to heal, grow, and reduce suffering.Follow Me On:YouTubeInstagram

    Therapy for Black Girls
    Session 264: Mental Health In The Music Industry

    Therapy for Black Girls

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:12


    The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. To close out our celebration of Black Music Month, this week I'm joined by Los Angeles based Psychotherapist, Syreeta Butler. In her work Syreeta has partnered with renowned music label - LVRN, introducing the first-ever Mental Health and Wellness department and program within a music label. During our conversation we explored the stressors that are unique to the music industry, the importance of music labels investing in the emotional well-being of their staff, and the ways that music labels and the music industry can do more to protect Black women.  Resources Visit our Amazon Store for all the books mentioned on the podcast. Get updates about Sisterhood Heals.  Check out Yamani Hernandez discuss the fight for reproductive rights in Session 228 of the podcast.  Support the National Network of Abortion Funds Support SisterSong  Check out Whole Futures Where to Find Syreeta Website Instagram Stay Connected Is there a topic you'd like covered on the podcast? Submit it at therapyforblackgirls.com/mailbox. If you're looking for a therapist in your area, check out the directory at https://www.therapyforblackgirls.com/directory. Take the info from the podcast to the next level by joining us in the Therapy for Black Girls Sister Circle community.therapyforblackgirls.com Grab your copy of our guided affirmation and other TBG Merch at therapyforblackgirls.com/shop. The hashtag for the podcast is #TBGinSession. Make sure to follow us on social media: Twitter: @therapy4bgirls Instagram: @therapyforblackgirls Facebook: @therapyforblackgirls Our Production Team Executive Producers: Dennison Bradford & Maya Cole Howard Producers: Fredia Lucas, Ellice Ellis & Cindy Okereke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.