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In today's Next Level University podcast episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about positivity, and can you be too positive? They had an in-depth discussion on how someone can be a 10 - overly positive or a 0 - too negative. So, if you find yourself relating to this subject, this is for you. Listen in and learn how to find the alignment between positive and negative thinking.#357 The Drive To Five: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/357-mastermind-the-drive-to-five/id1221110027?i=1000475202616Group coaching details: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via emailWebsite
Boundaries become important very quickly to enforce, both to assert your rights and to defend against those who would seek to take advantage of you. Toxic takers are the epitome of those who would seek to take advantage of you, and they come in many forms of selfishness and non-reciprocation. Questions or comments regarding the podcast? Email the show at KingPodcast@NewtonMG.com or let us know what you think at http://bit.ly/pkcomment Read the show notes and/or transcript at https://bit.ly/social-skills-shownotes Get the audiobook on Audible at https://bit.ly/assertivenessking For a free minibook on conversation tactics, visit Patrick King Consulting at https://bit.ly/pkconsulting For narration information visit Russell Newton at https://bit.ly/VoW-home For production information visit Newton Media Group LLC at https://bit.ly/newtonmg #TwoWaysToIDAndDealWithToxicTakers #ToxicTakers #RussellNewton #NewtonMG #PatrickKing #PatrickKingConsulting #SocialSkillsCoaching #EverydayAssertiveness Two Ways To ID And Deal With Toxic Takers,Toxic Takers,Russell Newton,NewtonMG,Patrick King,Patrick King Consulting,Social Skills Coaching,Everyday Assertiveness
We go DEEP into our stories dealing with toxic boyfriends! It is crucial to not let a boy let you lose track of your mental and physical health! Hindsight is 20/20, and hopefully we can save you all some time by getting out of that relationship early... New episodes every Friday. To follow the podcast click HERE To follow Sam click HERE To follow Taylor click HERE FOLLOW OUR BACKUP TIKTOKS: SAM- @samtfit TAYLOR- @taylorolsenfitt ADD US ON SNAPCHAT: TAYLOR- @taylorolsennn SAM- @sammyt711 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-f-word-fitness/support
My guest today is Lorrine. She's a writer, a mom, and a grandma living in San Francisco. In this episode, Lorrine talks about her past marriages, her experience dealing with toxic relationships and how she learned to love herself and finally meet the love of her life. . If you'd like to learn more about Lorrine or want to order a copy of her book, please visit https://www.freeingyourheartforlove.com/.Please consider supporting us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/obliteratepodcastAnd follow us on social media:IG: https://www.instagram.com/obliteratepodcast/FB: https://www.facebook.com/obliteratepodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/obliteratepodTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@obliteratepodcastAnd if you have any questions about the episode or want to be a guest feel free to reach out by emailing email@example.com.
Today we are talking about all things Venus! Our host - Professor Martha Gilmore of Wesleyan University - is a world expert on Earth's Toxic Twin planet, Venus. Venus is the second planet from the sun and the target for newly announced NASA Missions in the coming decade! Venus has a super thick atmosphere that is dominated by CO2, it may or may not have continents, and studying Venus may help us understand Earth much better! As we have covered in previous episodes of PlanetGeo, Venus is the super greenhouse planet, so it may hold lessons for climate change on our own planet. We hope you enjoy this discussion with Professor Martha Gilmore!As usual, follow us on social media and let us know what you think by sending us an email——————————————————Website: https://planetgeocast.comInstagram: @planetgeocastTwitter: @planetgeocastFacebook: @planetgeocastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the scariest things we encounter with heartbreak is losing a loving bond to fear and regret. Jay thought he met the woman whom he'd marry. They were a perfect fit, or so he hoped. Three years into dating it felt like it was time to start taking things to the next level. Jay felt panicked and his fears seemed to override his hope and love for his girlfriend. What felt safe became rocky and ultimately broken. This is a fresh breakup story, listen as Jay shares with us how he's coping with his heartache and all the things he's learning from their relationship. We have a Patreon membership account! Please check out how to participate behind the scenes and collaborate on growing the podcast! You can visit www.patreon.com/unbreakmyheart.com for more information.
The Last Chance for teams to make it to the Valorant World Championships is under way we break down who from NA could fight their way into the brack. Also, will League removing /all chat curb toxicity. And as always we give you a Worlds update. Subscribe to CheckpointXP Daily Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Checkpoint Daily is hosted by gamers and video game journalists, Norris Howard and the Checkpoint XP Crew. They've got your daily update on all the things you love in 30 minutes or less.
This week we are rebroadcasting our interview with Dallas Goldtooth, originally aired in December of 2018. Dallas Goldtooth joins Ayana in a conversation around toxic masculinity, accountability, and dismantling patriarchy. So often, conversations around gender wounds quickly deteriorate into oversimplifications of, and accusations towards, one gender or another – failing to realize how we are all hurting under patriarchy. Toxic masculinity, settler colonialism, and white supremacy are impelling us to a point of no return. If you are coming to this conversation as an environmental advocate, understand that in order to shift our relationship from that of domination over “nature” to one of reciprocity and understanding of the ecosystem we are a part of, we must examine our values with one another. “Dallas Goldtooth is the Keep it in the Ground Campaign Organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network. He is also the co-founder of the Indigenous comedy group The 1491s. Dallas is Dakota and Diné, a loving husband, dedicated father, comedian, public speaker, recovering exotic dancer, plastic shaman extraordinaire, and body double for that guy who plays Thor in them Thor Movies.” Music by Lyla June Johnston. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references, and action points.
Harry expounds on why it seems like many women view all dating advice for men, by men, as toxic, and whether or not men should believe the same. Sign up for my "3 Keys to Attract Women" Masterclass Training: http://www.IntrovertDatingSuccess.com Get date coaching from me: http://www.IntrovertDatingSuccess.com/Coaching ***Show Your Support*** Cash App: https://cash.app/$harrywilmington PayPal: https://www.e-junkie.com/i/zk94?single Get a girlfriend in 3 months with my FREE "Girlfriend Checklist" PDF: https://bit.ly/2Na1gCO FREE 5-Day Email Audio Course "Modify Your Mindset": http://www.introvertdatingsucces.com e-Book: Learn how to LOSE women the RIGHT way: https://bit.ly/3cVG0eT e-Book: Win Back Your Ex with these 10 steps: https://bit.ly/3q3xTAU Social Media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/introvertdatingsuccess/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/introvertdatingsuccess/ Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/harrywilmington
Fury and Wilder engaged in an epic battle... Wilder fought well and got his "beautiful loss" he went out on his shield and perpetually redeemed himself.... Yet Toxic WIlder Fans are going to ruin it... Support this podcast
About Sarah K. RamseyJoin Sarah's FREE Facebook Group “Finding Love & Success After A Toxic Relationship” Before trying Sarah K Ramsey's programs her clients were super embarrassed because on the outside these women appeared to have it all. However, these women had a secret...they still felt mentally chained down by their toxic partner or parent.Most women think talk therapy is the only way to heal! Unfortunately, these women waste years trying to figure out how codependency works or rehashing their past in an office week after week trying to pick apart their childhoods. But, Sarah's clients aren't “most people.” They know overachievers aren't just looking to talk about their problem, they are looking for an action plan to SOLVE their problems!Check out this FREE Presentation where Sarah reveals how she does it! Check out what others have said about SarahContact Sarah
Have you ever been stuck in a constant conflict cycle? Where the same issue keeps getting brought up and no matter what you do, you can't get unstuck. In this episode, I'll share with you:- My personal experience with an unhealthy relationship and being stuck in conflict- Defining the Constant Conflict Cycle- Identifying the signs of a cycle- 3 Types of arguments that fuel that Constant Conflict Cycle- How to get out of or stop a Constant Conflict CycleDon't miss this episode!
It is odd to think about the word toxic being associated with kindness, but I have noticed a growing conversation around the idea of "toxic kindness". Toxic kindness can be described as encouragement in a difficult time that actually makes you feel worse. For example, when you are having an emotionally challenging time and people tell you "Don't worry! Everything is going to work out just fine." On one level that looks as if it is encouraging. At the same time it can also feel like your emotions are being dismissed. I'm sure that the intention behind this sort of encouragement is good, but when we are in the middle of something hard, it doesn't feel helpful. Instead it can feel like our friends lack empathy OR that they don't think our feelings are valid. Rather than the term toxic kindness, I like to call this kindhearted incompetence. Here is a simple tap-along to help you when it feels like people aren't understanding your emotions or situation. Support the podcast! Subscribe in: Apple | Android | Spotify
Orit Krug shares 10 signs of toxic self-awareness. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1116: [Part 2] 10 Signs Of Toxic Self-Awareness & How It Can Destroy Relationships by Orit Krug Orit Krug MS, BC-DMT, LCAT, is an award-winning Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist. Orit specializes in helping women heal from past trauma and enjoy healthy lifelong relationships with their partners using her unique approach with dance therapy. For over 11 years, Orit has transformed the lives of more than 5,000 clients from 9 different countries. She has led thousands of therapy sessions with psychiatric patients who have gone from feeling suicidal to joyfully dancing and reigniting their desire to live again within less than an hour. Her popular free online video program “Rewired for Love” has helped thousands break free from their unhealthy relationship cycles and experience positive transformations in their love lives. Orit is the founder of the “Mind Your Body” podcast and has been featured in Elephant Journal, ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine, as well as quoted in SELF & INSIDER. She currently lives in ‘burbs of NYC with her loving husband and their son. The original post is located here: https://oritkrug.com/toxic-self-awareness/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Abusive/toxic relationships makes you distrustful of others and yourself. You become sidetracked by how long you put up with a terrible relationship and environment. So guilt and humiliation rule your existence. You believe all men are bad. This kind of nice treatment is love bombing and manipulation, it can't be real. You expect guys to leave without closure or to diminish your self-worth. But every day, the good guy shows he's the same guy. Someone has told you that you don't deserve the best. So you reject it. You don't want to be humiliated again, so you destroy the good. You're expecting a battle. Instead, everything is explained and discussed in a calm manner. Then comes a feeling of calm, and you understand that ordinary people don't retreat and destroy when anything goes wrong. He'll wonder why you apologize so often and for what. He'll notice the hurt from someone who made you doubt yourself in the past. I know someone taught you tough love, in the past. You've had to suffer a lot of things you didn't deserve. @coachkate1 Apple iTunes & Spotify
Don't let social media shame youDo you feel inferior to other people? Are you ashamed of your appearance? Do you feel you can't keep up with the standards of others? Watch the video and expose the lies that are shaming you. If you'd like to learn how to be healed from the wounds of shame, come join us in Free Your Mind ... Read More The post Social Media can be toxic appeared first on Dr. Grant Mullen.
On this episode of Back from the Borderline, you'll hear my interview with doctoral candidate of psychology at Brock University, Jen Roters. Jen has dedicated over ten years of her life to studying childhood adversity related to attachment and personality outcomes with a secondary specialty in sex offenders.Below are some of the concepts Jen and I cover during this episode: ■ DBT mindfulness skills ■ Why it can be so hard to find a certified DBT therapist■ Borderline personality disorder in men (and why they are often misdiagnosed with ASPD)■ How to help someone with BPD■ BPD and attachment: how to self-soothe an anxious attachment style (the most common attachment style in people with BPD)■ Emotional invalidation in relationships■ Sexual impulse control■ BPD in teenagers■ Biopsychosocial definition (a breakdown of how personality disorders develop)■ How to find a therapist covered by insurance that is a good fir for you■ Toxic shame and what it has to do with BPD■ BPD dissociation■ Childhood trauma in adults■ Instagram and mental health■ BPD recovery – what's the best approach?■ Advice for BPD loved ones Resources directly mentioned in the episode:Film | The Dhamma Brothers (documents the stories of a group of prisoners as they enter a meditation program)Book | Healing the Shame that Binds You by John BradshawBook | Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life: The New Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by Steven HayesBook | Building a Life Worth Living: A Memoir by Marsha LinehanBook | Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder by Marsha LinehanBook | The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.Article | Adverse Childhood Experiences See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Canadians celebrated Thanksgiving last weekend, and while Thanksgiving is celebrated at different times in different countries, it's the attitude that counts! But what if you are walking a season of grief? What does Thanksgiving look like then? How do we grieve in a Christian culture that often strives to be joyful and positive even when life hurts? When does positivity become toxic? How can we give thanks in a way that is authentic while not devaluing the pain we are experiencing? Join your host, Maria Dyck, for this Thanksgiving Day episode and learn how grief and lament can lead to worship and thanksgiving. You can always find us on Instagram, Facebook, or email us at email@example.com
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew hits on their usual opening banter, Pandora Papers, Why the guys missed last week, Coke Cola's impacts on the Mexico culture, PFAS impacts on the human population, Dallas shooter coming home celebration, Issues with podcast recording without headphones, and Squid Games review. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
On top of everything else that you have had to deal with this past year, now loneliness is on the rise, and the impact of loneliness on you and the work you do is impactful. Douglas Nemecek, MD, chief medical officer for behavioral health at Cigna says that the impact of loneliness on your health is equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day and is possibly worse than obesity and that isolated people risk having a significantly shorter life span. I don't think it's any surprise that any stress on your emotions impacts you physically, as the saying goes, your body keeps the score of your emotions. Contact with others is not connection, while you may interact with a lot of people, that doesn't necessarily mean that you are connecting with them. On today's episode, signs of loneliness, what to watch out for, and what to do about it. What you'll hear on today's episode: Signs of loneliness that you might not be aware of Mask emotions and their purpose What to watch out for What the heck is going on What next? Healthy alternatives What you need to combat loneliness Join the Difficult Happens Facebook group “Community Happens Group” Work with Lara: Got a Question? Comment? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Corporate Training Difficult Happens by Lara Currie Difficulthappens.com/workwithme/ Apply for an On-air Coaching Call! Complimentary Breakthrough Consultation Resources: 10 TIPS for Dealing with Difficult People Series on Manipulation Series on Assessments Series on Conflict Personality-Types © Lara Currie 2021 Show Intro music by Scott Holmes Music Listen for free on the go with any one of these players for both Android & iPhone
Ori Krug shares 10 signs of toxic self-awareness. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1115: [Part 1] 10 Signs Of Toxic Self-Awareness & How It Can Destroy Relationships by Orit Krug Orit Krug MS, BC-DMT, LCAT, is an award-winning Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist. Orit specializes in helping women heal from past trauma and enjoy healthy lifelong relationships with their partners using her unique approach with dance therapy. For over 11 years, Orit has transformed the lives of more than 5,000 clients from 9 different countries. She has led thousands of therapy sessions with psychiatric patients who have gone from feeling suicidal to joyfully dancing and reigniting their desire to live again within less than an hour. Her popular free online video program “Rewired for Love” has helped thousands break free from their unhealthy relationship cycles and experience positive transformations in their love lives. Orit is the founder of the “Mind Your Body” podcast and has been featured in Elephant Journal, ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine, as well as quoted in SELF & INSIDER. She currently lives in ‘burbs of NYC with her loving husband and their son. The original post is located here: https://oritkrug.com/toxic-self-awareness/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What a destroyer from Alanis…I love it. Recorded on 9/21/21 Show notes: -It's a destroyer -What music can do -Jess Locke -Alanis on tour -Jagged Little Pill -Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie -The live version -Buzzing -The flute -Lyrics on the Internet -I have the CD booklet -Lyrics -Self worth -Societal pressure -Internal and external validation -Developing a solid foundation -Doing nothing in a pandemic -The Internet and “thumbs down” -Shield of anonymity -Our own worst critics -Being sick as a kid -Positive versus negative self talk -Weight and societal pressure -Marvel superhero physique -Bankruptcy -Baldness -Reframing the aging argument -Post Jagged Little Pill -Alanis' childhood career -You Can't Do That On Television -Seeing Alanis live in 1996; Taylor Hawkins was on drums and Radiohead opened up -Knowledge -Losing any part of yourself -After I stopped acting -My life now -Substance Abuse -Trying not to beat yourself up -Being overwhelmed -Toxic positivity -What not to say (if this worked, no one would be angry or sad) -How to work with it -Fearing of what someone thinks of you when you get angry -Feeling feelings and safe spaces -Validation -Your feelings are always right -Giving a person space -Clinging, codependence, and boundaries -Labels -Another layer to the lyrics -Relationships -Learning from breakups -Breakups and grief -Co-dependence -Music validates -Music as a way to heal -If music disappeared… -A strong foundation -Longevity -Garbage and Cat Power opening -Liz Phair -I saw Garbage in 1995-96 at Roseland -Links: Twitter https://twitter.com/mmampodcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mmampodcast Apple Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/music-movies-and-other-stuff/id1236495556?mt=2 Podbean https://mmam.podbean.com/ Email email@example.com -New York and the pandemic (get vaccinated!!!!!) -Follow the science -Get your information from credible sources (New York Times, NPR, BBC, USA Today, etc.) -Knowlege is power. Stay powerful. Stay safe. © MMAMPodcast 2021 All Rights Reserved
In today's live show Ashley will be exploring and explaining positivity and at what point it turns toxic. Many of us are optimistic and try to find the silver lining no matter what, however their are those times that pain, suffering, and turmoil are part of life, how do we deal with it for ourselves and how do we talk to our friends and family when they 're going through turmoil? We will be understanding the difference between optimism and toxic positivity and how to be more aware of our words and the words of others. There is nothing wrong with positivity however we want to be aware of other's feelings and needs when going through stress and pain. A family member may use toxic positivity and it may be making you feel weak, depressed, or that your feelings are wrong.
Are you giving a lot of your energy to your fears? Worries? Toxic people? Are you trying to ‘fix' situations before they happen? These are energy leaks. They leave us exhausted, not sleeping well at night, and weaken our immune system. In this episode, let's talk about how to ‘zip up' your energy, and channel it toward what you actually do want. Dive deeper with me through an Intuitive reading. I'm offering for a limited time a deep discount on my illuminate session with discount code ‘Illuminate' at stephaniezito.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stephzitocoach/message
Hi friends! Today we're talking all about alcohol and drinking culture.. **TW: ED BEHAVIORS**My toxic past with drinking and how it exacerbated my eating disorder behaviorsSocietal pressures to drink, especially in the workplaceLiving life 'in the gray' How to DO YOUWould love to hear your thoughts! Leave a review, tell a friend, DM me. XOXO
Toxic relationship? A job that is taking advantage of you? A brand partnership that is not in alignment with you and your brand? I get it. Regardless of what you are struggling to say "No" to, this episode is sure to remind you that you are not alone in the tough decision of staying true to yourself and staying the path.Need some advice? Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org (I'll try my best to respond to everyone!)Follow me here:JORDYNN NICHOLSON (HOST) INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/jordynn.nicholson/ BRANDED BABE INSTAGRAM:https://www.instagram.com/brandedbabepodcast/ MORE RESOURCES:https://www.jordynnnicholson.com/ READY TO START YOUR PODCAST:https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1792524
Join Zofia, and her expert panelists, Jonathan Glass, Magick Bernstein, and Rudi Riekstins as they explore the concept of Toxic masculinity. Discover how you too can be the change you want to see, whether you are male or female today on Sovereign Self.
The Dr. John Delony Show is a caller-driven show that offers real people a chance to be heard as they struggle with relationship issues and mental health challenges. John will give you practical advice on how to connect with people, how to take the next right step when you feel frozen, and how to cut through the depression and anxiety that can feel so overwhelming. You are not alone in this battle. You are worth being well—and it starts by focusing on what you can control. Let us know what's going on by leaving a voicemail at 844.693.3291 or visiting johndelony.com/show. We want to talk to YOU! Show Notes for this Episode My teenage son is getting bullied; how do I help him? Daughter says she's bisexual but doesn't want me to tell her dad Rant: Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show Lyrics of the Day: "Happy Together" - The Turtles As heard on this episode: BetterHelp dreamcloudsleep.com/delony Conversation Starters Redefining Anxiety John's Free Guided Meditation Ramsey+ tags: kids, parenting, abuse, special needs, sexuality/intimacy, technology/social media These platforms contain content, including information provided by guests, that is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. The content is not intended to replace or substitute for any professional medical, counseling, therapeutic, financial, legal, or other advice. The Lampo Group, LLC d/b/a Ramsey Solutions as well as its affiliates and subsidiaries (including their respective employees, agents and representatives) make no representations or warranties concerning the content and expressly disclaim any and all liability concerning the content including any treatment or action taken by any person following the information offered or provided within or through this show. If you have specific concerns or a situation in which you require professional advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified professional expert and specialist. If you are having a health or mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately.
"Examples of Religious Trauma Syndrome While RTS can be different depending on the religion, practices, or beliefs, it typically has a common component of fear and manipulation. Individuals may be told that they will be separated from God, face social ruin, or go to hell based on their adherence to a certain set of traditions or belief. Slade adds, “While archetypal traumatic experiences exist, such as sexual assault, there are no predictable causes of overwhelming or disruptive adverse effects on individuals. For one person, trauma results from teachings about hellfire, damnation, original sin, or a belief in the rapture. For another person, it's the act of public shaming or being ‘slain in the Spirit.' For someone else, it's the experience of repeated sexual, emotional, social, or physical stigmatization and isolation.” Some examples of religious trauma syndrome include: A child experiencing same sex attraction may be told that their feelings are sinful and that they need to repent. An adolescent expressing their thoughts may be physically disciplined or beaten into submission by a parent or religious leader to “save their soul.” A young woman who finds herself pregnant out of wedlock may be subject to sanctions and be ostracized from the community or congregation. She may feel shame, confusion, guilt, or depression due to religious indoctrination or beliefs that she is a bad person. A person may be told that the majority of their financial resources should go to the cause of furthering the message of the religion, causing financial hardship. These experiences can wreak havoc on one's sense of self and create a false narrative that absolute adherence to certain practices and traditions are necessary to make it to the afterlife. Because religious trauma can be prevalent in childhood, becoming more distant from religion can sometimes mean that individuals feel that they are abandoning everything that they've been taught. An individual who decides that they will leave their religion or faith community may find themselves without a place to go. They may lose family, friends, or an extended network of individuals that they previously felt connected to. On a deeper level, it can be common to lose your sense of self and your identity as you learn that most of the things that you knew to be true as it pertains to religion and faith were untrue. You may feel lost and find yourself at a point where you must build a new support network based on who you are outside of the religion that you left. Religious Trauma Syndrome Symptoms Symptoms of religious trauma include: Poor critical thinking skills Difficulty making decisions Decreased sense of self-worth Difficulty building strong relationships Being unfamiliar with mainstream culture/isolation Struggling with fitting in and belonging Nightmares Sleeping issues Eating issues Sexual dysfunction Anxiety symptoms Depression symptoms Grief symptoms Loneliness." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
How do you react to others' appearance in the workplace? How do your beliefs and perceptions about what's professional influence your thoughts and actions? We're getting into all of that, plus a listener's question about the boss's boss being toxic. Right now on Boss Better Now.
As they usually do, Jeremy & Kevin start their show midstream talking about wrestling. Since they record during AEW Dynamite, there are always cuts in and out of that show with live reactions. When talking about the WWE, they concentrated on the goings on involving NXT. Both on the main roster and the new call […] The post Stunt Granny Audio 698 – Toxic Attraction, Adam Page And Tony D’Angelo appeared first on Stunt Granny.
On this episode, we give a quick highlight recap of episode 11 and dive into this week's episode that is centered around Johnny's self sabotage. We talk through our stages of anger at Johnny and wonder if Zack and Michaela are being genuine. We give kudos to Ryan for not being cruel to Brett even though he doesn't want her, are surprised Rachel and Jose have moved on and wonder what things have come to if Myrla and Gil are the golden couple of the season.No social media recap this week but on Monday, you can find an Unfiltered +Couples Cam recap episode on our Patreon at www.patreon.com/altarcallmafs. Join the conversation on our social media - @altarcallmafs on Twitter and Instagram.
While "perfect," is an unattainable standard, many people struggle to accept the inevitable: that striving for the impossible goal of perfection leads to stress, burnout, sickness and feelings of failure. SHOW NOTES We know that perfection is the state of being without flaw or defects - and we all know that perfection is not really attainably. It may be that some of us everyone once in a while achieve perfection, but perfection is not something most of us achieve. Perfectionism is the refusal or inability to accept anything short of perfect. Friend, do you see the cognitive dissonance here, the undeniable catch-22? Perfectionists are trying to achieve the unattainable. Painful - to the individual who is the perfectionist as well as those around her. We want to make sure not to confuse high achiever with perfectionist. And there are even some great descriptions for this. Adaptive perfectionist: aka high-achievers: adaptive perfectionism means that a person thrives on doing some, but crucially not all, things well. In the words of Stoltz & Ashby 2007 “adaptive perfectionism is characterised as a normal, healthy type of perfectionism and is defined by deriving satisfaction from achievements made from intense effort but tolerating the imperfections….” Adaptive perfectionists are the women who embrace the reality that it's simply impossible to achieve complete perfection and instead aim for a high standard of work in those tasks they do well, and that play to their unique strengths. These women are telling themselves more of the truth about who they are and the circumstances that are in - they are adaptive. Maladapted perfectionism is such a great descriptor because we start off right away knowing this is not a good thing. The maladapted perfectionist is likely on a path to pain. These women are very hard on themselves when perfection is not achieved. And these kinds of unrealistic expectations and responses lead to depression, anxiety and increased levels of stress. We can have high standards, the question is what happens when reality comes crashing in and our high expectations have not been mer. Failure is inevitable - and, you guessed it - far more stressful on the maladapted gal than the adaptive gal. Crina shares a story about her own sense of perfectionism getting in the way of her own fun - she wanted to be excellent and when she was not, she gave up - until, smarty chick that she is - she realized that approach was no way to love and it was far better to have more fun - even if she was not excellent at whatever was fun. As with most things, none of us neatly fall into one category or another and may see ourselves in both. What are the indicia of tipping over into maladaptive rather than the sweet spot of adaptive: Do people tell you you are difficult to change Do you want to change your body? Do you notice others' mistakes? Do you notice the mistakes you made? When you try something new that you are not good at - do you give up? Do you focus on the success or the failure? Do you procrastinate or avoid tasks regularly? Mistakes are flaws versus opportunities to learn? Kirsten shares that the legal profession is toxic perfectionism. Making a mistake can hurt your client - and is malpractice - there is no room for mistakes. It is the part of practicing law she has most struggled with over her career because it is based on a falsehood - we all make mistakes and that standard of perfection fails to acknowledge the human behind the work. The disturbing news is that perfectionism is on the rise. A 2019 study that evaluated more than 40,000 college students found a 33% rise in perfectionism from 1989 to 2016. But this should be good news for the workplace, right? We want a bunch of perfectionists doing great work, right? Surprisingly, no - we do not! A vast meta-analysis of 30 years of studies, conducted at the Georgia Institute of Technology, found there was no relationship between perfectionism and job performance for either group (failure avoiding or excellence seeking) , says researcher Dana Harari, who worked on the meta-analysis. “To me, the most important takeaway of this research is the null relationship between perfectionism and performance,” she says. “It's not positive, it's not negative, it's just really null.” Is that the craziest thing? Perfectionism does not lead to better work performance. You know our hosts are not going to leave our lady friends hanging! Go for the B Give 80%- As Cinzia BuBois says, “Giving 100 percent should be saved for those special passion projects or for those most treasured people in your life. If you give 100 percent to everything and everyone around you, the quality of your output will go down. You'll become burnt out, exhausted, and resentful. Not only is 100 percent unrealistic, it doesn't allow room for learning. Getting an 80 percent always puts you in the higher tiers of anything in life; it's not perfect, but it's still rather outstanding. By striving for 80 percent, you allow room for perseverance, flexibility, and diligence, uncorrupted by the fear of failure (or rather, imperfection).” The Perfectionism Epidemic. We live in a society where failure is… | by Cinzia DuBois | Achology Don't let perfect be the enemy of the good. Done is better than incomplete or worse, never started Realizing failure isn't the opposite of success, but part of it. No one can learn without making mistakes, and no project, skill, or relationship can grow without learning. We're not supposed to be perfect the first time around Recovery activities are critical when you do give it your all - you need to rest and restore and re-energize - you know self-care. To all you fabulous females out there, some of this may be counterintuitive in the workplace, but the data supports that perfectionism is not correlative with performance - and it can cause suffering - to our minds, our hearts and our bodies. Get yourself a B and carefully choose when you bring the A game. Good reads Being a perfectionist is good for your career, right? Obsessed with Perfection: How to Overcome Toxic Perfectionism in a Highly Competitive World The Trouble with Toxic Perfectionism The Pros and Cons of Perfectionism, According to Research (hbr.org) Obsessed with Perfection: How to Overcome Toxic Perfectionism in a Highly Competitive World Is perfect good? A meta-analysis of perfectionism in the workplace. (apa.org)
Dr. Supriya McKenna, is one of the UK Top experts in the field of narcissism. She started her career as a family doctor, and a magazine health writer, and has spent the last few years as an educator, writer, coach and mentor exclusively in the area of narcissistic relationships. She works directly with those who have fallen victim to narcissistic abuse, including the era of separation and divorce, and regularly Trained Lawyers and other professionals in how to recognize and manage these personality disordered types. Dr. McKenna is committed to raising awareness of personality disordered individuals in society at large in order to minimize the adverse impact they can have on those around them and to empower victims to break the generational chains of narcissistic abuse. She's the co author with UK lawyer Karen Walker, have two very successful books Divorcing A Narcissist The Lure The Loss and Narcissism and Family Law: A Practitioner's Guide. Supriya also hosts a highly popular weekly podcast Narcissists in divorce – the lure, the loss and the law.
Future of Work Sherpa Dan Smolen interviews Dr. Dan Hill, who believes that "blah, blah, blah" hurts the workplace and career professionals. And in Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo, Dr. Hill and co-author Dr. Howard Moskowitz crowd-sourced over 600 examples of workplace jargon that are typically dismissive, patriarchal, and toxic. One cannot discuss The Great Resignation now happening in thousands of companies without first considering the impact of workplace jargon. So many people, threatened or ostracized by office lingo, are leaving their companies in droves for other firms, or to become independent contractors. Here is Dr. Hill's favorite example from the book: The vast array of jargon in the book helps people recognize that blah, blah, blah hurts the workplace. Full interview starts at 3:01 In a fun and informative episode, Dr. Hill: Describes Blah, Blah, Blah: a Snarky Guide to Office Lingo and the reasons for writing and editing it. Starts at 4:50 Offers his favorite jargon example. Starts at 6:34 Considers reasons why people in the workplace perpetuate the use of oppressive jargon. Starts at 7:21 Defines the categories created to array the crowd-sourced office lingo examples. Starts at 9:32 Suggests what can be achieved by breaking the cycle of "blah, blah, blah" jargon at work. Starts at 12:00 Full interview starts at 3:01 About our guest: Dan Hill, Ph.D. is an author, podcaster, world recognized facial coding expert, and founder and president of the consultancy Sensory Logic, Inc. He received a Masters in Creative Writing from Brown University and a Ph.D. in English from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Further, Dr. Hill earned Facial Action Coding Systems Certification from the Paul Ekman Group. He lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota and Palm Desert, California. EPISODE DATE: October 8, 2021 Social media: Website – Blah, Blah, Blah: a Snarky Guide to Office Lingo (Book Page) – Faces of the Week Blog –Famous Faces Decoded (Book Page) –LinkedIn Profile Please Subscribe to The Dan Smolen Podcast on: – Apple Podcast – Android – Google Podcasts – Pandora – Spotify – Stitcher – TuneIn …or wherever you get your podcasts. You may also click HERE to receive our podcast episodes by email. Image credits: Toxic boss and oppressed worker, grinvalds for iStock Photo; Portrait, Dan Hill, Ph.D.; Podcast button, J. Brandt Studio for The Dan Smolen Experience.
Sherry and Carla start the episode with each of their opinions on Halloween festivities, and then welcome Emmy Marie, Certified Trauma-Informed Coach. Emmy specializes in helping her clients that have endured trauma or abuse create relationships with both themselves and others that help them feel safe and respected. Emmy shares her personal journey in getting out of abuse and stepping into her power. She also talks about surviving narcissistic relationships, toxic shame, and how we can tune into our body to begin building trust within ourselves and the world around us. What You'll Hear In This Episode: Sherry and Carla seem to have almost everything in common, except for their take on Halloween costumes and Thanksgiving sides. More about the Love Fix Program, set to launch soon! How did Emmy overcome her trauma from being in a narcissistic relationship and codependency to create a thriving life for herself? What is toxic shame, and why does it hold us back so deeply? What does a trauma informed life coach do? How does it differ from therapy? A few great free resources from Emmy's workshops and programs, along with ways to work with Sherry and Carla on overcoming codependency, dating, healing from toxic relationships and gaining confidence. Can someone really heal after doing trauma work? Emmy describes the Neuro Affective Relationship Model for treating complex trauma. How does shame impact our ability to have safe relationships? Is it really possible to live a happy, joyous life after going through trauma? What are the most common ways Emmy sees her clients repeating their cycle of trauma in dating? What “personality trails” can really be unresolved trauma responses? Tweetables: “Trauma can make us live in the future or past, so coming back to the present moment is so important.” - Emmy “What is one small thing you can do for yourself today?” - Emmy “Notice what it feels like in your body to have a yes, or a no.” - Emmy “People still do not understand the link between codependency and abuse.” - Sherry “People pleasing is a trauma response.” - Carla Connect with Us! The Love Fix | @thelovefixpodcast Wake up Recovery for Codependency, Love Addiction, and Toxic Relationships — $1 trial membership The Love Fix Relationship Quiz Sign up for a Connection call with Sherry https://sherrygaba.com/coaching/life-coaching/ Find Out More: Sherry Website | Instagram | Facebook | Love Smacked | Wake Up Recovery for Codependents and Toxic Relationships Carla Website | Instagram | Facebook | Contagious Love | Online Dating Bootcamp Emmy Marie Website | Blooming Relationships | Instagram Today's episode is sponsored by Carla's book Contagious Love: Break Free from Codependency for Damn Good and Sherry's book Love Smacked: How To Stop the Cycle of Relationship Addiction and Codependency To Find Everlasting Love. Thanks to Contagious Love and Love Smacked for sponsoring this episode. Aces Test
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Congratulations! You all survived the Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp malfunction shutdown. What these few hours of lack of access showed us, is that the social media community is not a real community. Cheyne and Luis discuss how toxic relationships can exist with more than just another person. Toxic relationships can also occur with work and business. Cheyne and Luis talk a little business and how they are going about building their classes and a following. Building a community, ensuring a positive experience and just being present for the people that are paying a fee for your service are important components for a healthy work life.
When is serving others and self-sacrifice no longer healthy? Lady Grey shares her thoughts on toxic selflessness and the chronic people-pleasing prevalent in society today. Learn some strategies to improve your boundaries, communication, and self-love so you can better balance your own needs with your compassion and giving and avoid burnout and resentment. ---LINKS* Courses, Challenges, and Products: liveoutrageously.podia.com* Live Outrageously Coaching & Mentoring: www.live-outrageously.com* Paris Retreat Info & Registration: paris.liveoutrageously.comBIOLady Grey is an award-winning international entertainer and educator. She has been at the helm of numerous performing arts organizations and has performed everywhere from Broadway to the Sydney Olympics. She currently serves as Artistic Director of Lady Grey's Lovelies and leads international sell-out retreats for women (Outrageous Adventures for Outrageous Women).Connect with Lady GreyFacebookInstagramSchedule a coaching call with Lady GreyLeave a Comment or a Voicemail for Lady Grey
Topics on Toxic Productivity What It Is You're Not Alone How To Determine the Signs What We Can Do to HELP Ourselves Staying Productive Without Toxicity Take It One Day at A Time Let's say we were able to tick off more than one of the indicators of toxic productivity. Now, here comes the important question, how do we stay productive without being toxic?Key Points to Breaking the Cycle Before we start off, let's put some reminders. Breaking the cycle is difficult, but not impossible. You shouldn't invalidate your progress because there was one day you felt like you had toxic productivity. It is a journey, and trust me when I say I'm in it with you! Balance and Integration It is easier said than done. But we can do it! You can achieve that work-life balance by delegating tasks and responsibilities rather than just doing it by yourself. We need to remember that we're not superheroes, and we can't do everything. We're human, and with that, we have our own strengths and weaknesses. With that being said, we need days where we stop and truly recharge. A little tip is to ensure we have time for ourselves in our daily routine and that we plot a day in our week. This will help us integrate balance in our lives that we can actually maintain. Ensuring that we do this consistently is the key to actually integrating this into our lifestyles. In turn, you will stop feeling guilty for taking time out for yourself. You can also start out slowly, maybe just schedule a break-in or treat yourself to a nice lunch out! Set Boundaries Setting boundaries will free up time for yourself and your loved ones! Being able to do this will help you set more time with friends and family and even work on the things you love to do. That could be painting, reading or even cooking! Keep Your Eyes Open One way to still be productive is to set goals for yourself. An important factor to keep in mind is that they are achievable goals! This is especially vital for our daily tasks that we want to accomplish. It is also important to keep your eyes open for new opportunities. If you don't like following plans, that's totally okay! Things don't always work our way, so it's important that we learn from mistakes and are adaptable. Be Kind To Yourself So, let's take beating toxic productivity, and it's cycle one day at a time! I highly encourage you to grab yourself a FREE daily planner!Let's be kind to ourselves and take it one day at a time. Don't forget to check out the guide on Youtube: https://youtu.be/nX4tvlkXi9EDon't forget to tune in to Episode 63 of the Total Fit Boss Chick Podcast, “What is Toxic Productivity and Do I Have It?” NOW!
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Welcome back to another Monday mindset. Today I've got something that I want to share with you. Something that just happened less than eight hours ago. I'll tell you a story that will paint a better picture for you. It's all about avoiding toxic people out there that could be hurting your results and stunting your growth. I had seen this happen yesterday, and it made me want to do this today. So let me just kind of take you through what had happened.