Thanks for joining the Wednesdays With Watson podcast!! Today's episode highlights type two enneagram types, and their reaction, response and healing when pain and trauma are present. Are you subscribed? Interested in bonus free content on Patreon "after the interview"? Click here to contact Amy; subscribe to the podcast, or follow on socials or contact Amy. This is also the link to the podcast about my journey with enneagram coaching.Enneagram, Type 2, also known as "The Helper" has a core fear of being unwanted and unloved. They are motivated to avoid the realization of both. But what happens when the core fear has been realized over and over, what then?Enneagram Type 2's are also incredible empaths. They tend to absorb the pain of others often to their own detriment. How do we help people who identify as enneagram type 2's, especially in the presence of trauma? What do Enneagram Type 2's need from people who love them?Wednesdays With Watson creator, Amy Watson represents the type 2. Crissy Loughridge, season 3 co-host, is honest and bold in her questioning with the goal being for those who find themselves in similar situations to understand their worthiness and moreover for those who love type 2's to provide informed help to their friends and loved ones.Karissa Harrison is Amy's enneagram coach and provides a free assessment link on her website, you can find that free assessment here.We are spending time on this personality framework and pairing it with trauma and loss in an effort to bring awareness to the importance of what motivates us and drives us, whether or not trauma is present. When we are aware of how we are made, we can process pain and trauma effectively. Understanding and awareness also provides opportunities to grow, and live in community with those who are not made like us, but who can help us operate as the best versions of ourselves. How have enneagram 2's walked through Covid-19? This interview addresses how type 2's are processing the current state of the world, including non pandemic related global trauma. This episode provides both healthy ways and unhealthy ways enneagram type 2's walk through the repercussions of trauma. What do enneagram type 2's want their family and friends to know? We address that too in this episode. Matthew 6:33Isaiah 26:3Isaiah 43Psalm 139Genesis 1:26-27Podcast Host: Amy WatsonPodcast Co-Host: Crissy LoughridgePodcast Producer & Engineer: Amy HighlandPodcast Cover Design: Brittany KnightOriginal Logo Design: Anna RobertsAmy's Enneagram Coach: Karissa Harrison
Anu Verma and Alana Van Der Sluys discuss the link between trauma and eating disorders. Eating disorders and binge eating may be a result of a bad traumatic event which occurred in one's life and could be a way to “escape” the painful memories related to the traumatic event. Alana is six years recovered from her own battles with orthorexia, binge eating disorder, and body dysmorphic disorder. She is the creator of Freedom With Food & Fitness and is OBSESSED with helping other women ditch the diet culture, reclaim joy in fitness, embrace their body and create a healthier relationship with food. You can find Alana on Instagram @FreedomwithFoodandFitness You can find all her other content (courses, podcasts, etc.) at: bit.ly/freedomwithfoodandfitnessFollow us on:- Website: https://victim2victor.net/- FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/victim2victor- TWITTER: https://twitter.com/V2V_healing- INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/victim_2_victor_podcast/- Victim 2 Victor Audio Book Audible: https://adbl.co/3akVNCu - Victim 2 Victor Book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/34MQQyu- Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3wHvUof- Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36D6ZYE
We're getting our Southern on today with Rachel Brown and Karen McAdams of Be Still Ministries in the Atlanta, GA area. Both of these ladies have profound stories of healing from some pretty hard stuff including childhood sexual abuse and being widowed not once, but twice, suddenly and tragically. Hear how their stories have propelled them forward into helping others step into freedom through a true connection with Jesus. Learn more at: Bestillministries.net neveralonewidows.com fathershousestudy.com
Childhood trauma has an impact that lasts a lifetime. Trauma-focused treatment and trauma-informed care is critical, but oftentimes lacking in rural America. Southern Illinois is fortunate to be the home of the Stress and Trauma Treatment Center, where Dr. Matt Buckman and his team provide these services in multiple communities. “This is the most important work that any of us can do.” ~Dr. Matt Buckman Dr. Matt Buckman is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Executive Director of the Stress & Trauma Treatment Center. He also serves in various part-time leadership and consultative roles. Dr. Buckman is the PI of the Southern Illinois Resiliency Project at the Center. He is the Co-PI of the IL HEALS (Helping Everyone Access Linked Systems) Demonstration Site Project and Early Childhood System of Care Project under Egyptian Health Department, the Bullying Prevention/Trauma Responsive Schools initiative and the Trauma Based Behavioral Health Fellowship at the Center for Rural Health & Social Services Development within SIU's School of Medicine, and the Southern Illinois Violence Prevention Project at the Illinois Association of Juvenile Justice Councils. Throughout his roles, Dr. Buckman provides supervision, consultation, and training as well as direct services to children, teens, young adults, and families to help improve a variety of emotional and behavioral health issues. He has worked in various schools, medical, and clinical settings with a specialization in childhood trauma and certifications in Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Managing & Adapting Practices, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics. He has extensive experience working with victims of abuse and their families as they recover and heal from significant adversities and considers his work in this area to be his calling in life. Click here to learn more about the Stress & Trauma Treatment Center.
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Murder, Cults, and Serial Killers.... this episode has it all! This week the Glitter Girls are sharing little known stories from People magazine which never fails to deliver on the craziest true crime stories. The Clearing Podcast:https://gimletmedia.com/shows/the-clearing?utm_source=gimletWebsite&utm_medium=copyShare&utm_campaign=gimletWebsiteSupport the podcast by joining our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/glitterdisorderpodcast?fan_landing=trueSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/glitterdisorderpodcast)
This is originally an answer to a Patron on my Patreon. Building Safety Anchors -https://www.justinlmft.com/bsa Polyvagal 101 Webinar - https://www.justinlmft.com/webinar Become a $5 Patron - https://www.patreon.com/justinlmft Intro/Outro music & Transition Sounds by Benjo Beats - https://soundcloud.com/benjobeats National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1 (800) 273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline -1 (800) 799-7233 LGBT Trevor Project Lifeline - 1 (866) 488-7386 National Sexual Assault Hotline - 1 (800) 656-4673 Crisis Text Line - Text “HOME” to 741741 Call 911 for emergency This and other content produced by Justin Sunseri (“JustinLMFT”) (i.e; podcast, YouTube, Instagram, etc.) is not therapy, not intended to be therapy or be a replacement for therapy. Nothing in this creates or indicates a therapeutic relationship. Please consult with your therapist or seek for one in your area if you are experiencing mental health sx. Nothing should be construed to be specific life advice; it is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Glennette Clark is a UX researcher and an entrepreneur. We talk about UX research, research teams, and UX Camp DC. Listen to learn about: UX research — What is it? The U.S. Digital Service Onboarding new team members Trauma-informed research and design UXCamp DC and the unconference format Our Guest Glennette Clark is a design researcher at United States Digital Service. She brings human-centered design practices to federal agencies including U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. She's an adjunct professor at MICA in the Design Leadership program. She founded UXCamps DC & NYC and joined the DC Innovation & Technology Inclusion Council in 2010. Glennette has a Strategic Design MBA from Philadelphia University and BA in journalism from Howard University. She lives in DC with her husband, two children and a dog. Show Highlights [01:05] Glennette's journey into UX began with a degree in journalism, where she learned the interviewing skills that would serve her later in her research work. [03:01] The difference between moderated and unmoderated interviews. [04:37] What is UX research? [05:08] The importance of interviews in UX research. [06:48] How Glennette uses interviews to help people understand UX research and how to use it. [08:18] The different ways Glennette presents research results depending on the audience. [11:22] Glennette shares one of her favorite research stories. [13:22] Why interviewing people with lived experience is so important when researching. [15:18] Glennette's work with the United States Digital Service. [17:01] Advice for those about to embark on their own problem space research. [17:33] The benefit of “How might we” questions. [19:57] Why the language you use in framing your research matters. [21:37] Trauma-informed design and how it fits into human-centered design. [23:04] Glennette talks about a community design project she worked on. [24:06] Ways to reduce the chance of doing harm when conducting interviews. [26:35] The importance of team health, and what it means to have a healthy team. [29:05] How to help a new person get up and running with a team. [32:09] UXCamp DC's beginning, and where it is now, twenty years later. [34:17] How the “unconference” format works. [35:29] Past presentation topics. [36:22] Glennette's desire to combine community-based design and service design to help community organizations achieve their missions. [39:17] Books and resources Glennette recommends. [42:16] Tools Glennette likes to use in her work. Links Glennette on Twitter Glennette on LinkedIn Glennette on MICA Designing with Empathy U.S. Digital Service UXCamp DC Book Recommendation: Mismatch: How Inclusion Shapes Design, by Kat Holmes Book Recommendation: Thinking in Systems: A Primer, by Donella H. Meadows Book Recommendation: 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People, and 100 More Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People, by Susan Weinschenk Book Recommendation: 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School, by Matthew Frederick Book Recommendation: Meeting Design: For Managers, Makers, and Everyone, by Kevin M. Hoffman The Values Deck | A Card Sorting Game to Explore Your Personal Values Creative Whack Pack Innovative Whack Pack IDEO Method Cards Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like Design Thinking for the Public Sector + Building and Training Design Thinking Teams with Stephanie Wade — DT101 E14 Teaching Yourself Design Thinking + Innovating in Government with Amy J. Wilson — DT101 E19 Democracy as a Design Problem with Whitney Quesenbery — DT101 E68
Joining us today is David Pope, who is a private counsellor and coach for depression, anxiety and bereavement. He's available worldwide via video call and created a groundbreaking online course for depression: Depression. A New Hope.Contact: https://healyourgrief.co.uk/We discuss: How to see life in color instead of black and whitePractical strategies for coping with anger, depression, anxiety, trauma and angerHow we heal ourselves by healing othersTruth about boredom and being understimulatedDealing with the grief of losing both parents at the age of 25How reading helps us connect with ourselves and othersHow to feel integrated and understoodHonoring alone time and family timeHow to create balance in our lifeNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline800-273-TALK [800-273-8255]1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433]Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
In a hilarious and action packed catch up, the crew are unhappy about Emma Wiggle's retirement, a creepy Text Trauma and Dilruk joins us to talk Celebrity Masterchef. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this LIVE 1:1 discussion with Host Sabria - she discusses the importance of taking accountability of your own pain and trauma when in relationships. Black Love can no longer be the scared space for pain and trauma. The cycle of this must stop and it begins with us! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sabria-mills/support
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The most important relationship we have is with ourselves. You're the only person you'll be around every minute of every day for the rest of your life. And, unfortunately, that relationship is often our most difficult one. Today Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore how we can become better friends to ourselves, and learn to like ourselves more.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:20: What does it mean to “like ourselves?”5:20: Why don't people like themselves?11:50: Giving yourself the same breaks you give others.14:10: Regulating impulses. 19:15: Does “liking ourselves more” make someone narcissistic?24:30: What supported Rick in liking himself more?29:00: Seeing yourself clearly.32:30: The IFS model and the caring committee. 36:30: Our nurturing parts.39:10: A practicing of being for yourself.45:10: Recap.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. New Day from Lemonada just premiered on September 15th - listen wherever you get podcasts.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
Craig DeMartino is a rock climber, motivational speaker, and teacher. His life changed in 2002 when he took a 100-foot ground fall. We talked about Craig's accident and recovery, the decision to amputate his leg, climbing harder than ever after the accident, doing El Cap in a day, dealing with chronic pain, teaching adaptive climbing, and embracing a new normal.Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/craig-demartinoNuggets:3:28 – El Cap, Craig's son, and owning what you like6:09 – His kids catching the climbing bug, and watching sports from the sidelines8:12 – Adaptive sports, ball sports, and exploring sports outside the box9:30 – Bouldering with a prosthetic leg11:30 – Craig's recent broken foot15:23 – Trauma, avoiding getting hurt gain, and the hardware in his foot17:00 – Being in Estes, relistening to EP 11 of the Enormocast, and sitting down in person20:30 – Craig's accident36:05 – Waking up in the hospital, moving to an assisted living home, and eventually returning home42:52 – The human body is amazing43:51 – “Fuck it. I'm gonna cut my leg off and see what happens.” -Craig DeMartino54:40 – “Who am I in this new form?”56:04 – The barking dog, and the human barometer58:42 – Pain and visualization1:02:05 – Being honest about the ups and downs, and moving away from the accident1:05:03 – New identities, and Hugh Herr1:06:00 – “I would never change it”, and finding purpose in teaching adaptive sports1:11:06 – Craig's life before the accident, helping people now, and inclusivity1:15:22 – Being a climber first, and the first all-adaptive ascent of El Cap1:16:40 – Helping trauma patients find flow state through climbing1:19:56 – Working through triggers and PTSD1:22:56 – Craig's recovery status1:24:55 – How to hack the perspective without the injury, and how Will's (Craig's son's) coach Mikey influenced him1:29:15 – Question from Chris Kalous: “Why do you swear so much, Craig?”1:31:54 – Patron question from Tyler: What made your story so captivating when you shared it on the Enormocast?1:35:35 – Talking with Steve and remembering the accident, and going back to ‘White Man'1:38:52 – Rannveig's story, self-blame, and moving forward1:41:48 – Patron question from Graham: How can people in the helping professions provide better opportunities for empowerment for people with disabilities?1:47:23 – Patron question from Levi: How could we go about making a centralized group for adaptive climbers?1:51:07 – How to connect with Craig1:52:00 – Patron question from Andrew: Have you tried custom prosthetics for a specific move or route?1:55:54 – Craig's quiver of legs, and our amazing feet1:58:24 – Patron question from Eli: What have been some of the hardest lessons, and best and encouraging ones since your fall?2:00:40 – “When you get up there, don't take no for an answer.” - HK2:01:56 – Rock climbing is hard, and explaining rock climbing to your Grandma2:04:04 – Patron question from Eli: What advice might you have for other climbers with kids?2:09:09 – Most meaningful climbs since the injury, speed climbing El Cap with Hans Florine, and sport climbing with Cindy (Craig's wife)2:16:30 – Climbing his hardest after the accident2:19:18 – Sending ‘Dirty Smelly Hippie', soft grades, and feeling confident at 12d2:23:16 – The steep style of the Red, climbing with one leg, and Tommy Caldwell as the most famous amputee2:26:55 – Patron question from Ken Klein: Moving to Puerto Rico, what will you miss most about the Fort Collins scene? How has it evolved in your time there?2:28:53 – Continuing the work in Puerto Rico, and chasing shorts weather2:32:54 – Why Craig hates pants2:34:44 – What Craig hopes to still accomplish in his climbing2:36:48 – How the experience of climbing scales2:37:58 – Grateful for opportunities2:39:00 – We are all struggling with something2:41:38 – Life is fluid
Growing up in Bakersfield, California Jerome experienced trauma with domestic abuse in his family, not having a father growing up, and trying to avoid the gang lifestyle that was prevalent in his neighborhood. He saw a lot of the people he knew in & out of jail and wanted no part of that. He found refuge in sports and was able to focus his energy and after-school time on something productive. Jerome eventually went to the College of Sequoias to play football. This is when the partying lifestyle started to take shape in his life. He felt the peer pressure of his friends to do all kinds of drugs. He tried cocaine & ecstasy for the first time, drank heavily, and partied every week. They partied so much, that they even went to Las Vegas 8 times in one month. He eventually started smoking crack, PCP, and even meth. It quickly spiraled out of control before he could get a hold of his addiction. The police even raided his grandparents' house, and this was a huge wake-up call for him. Jerome was arrested at one point, and this really shook him up. Also, When his third child, his youngest daughter was born this was a major turning point for him. They gave him the ultimatum of choosing his daughter or choosing the drugs. He chose his daughter. All this time he was going to school to be a teacher, and he came to a crossroads in his lifestyle, where it eventually caught up with him and his health and realized he needed help. He relapsed many times, and shifted careers many times, but eventually regained his stability. The facility that ended up helping him stay sober was the Sierra Vista Ebony Counseling center. His counselor inspired him to start a new career helping others. Jerome decided to start studying drug and addiction counseling. Now, at this stage in his life, Jerome wants to be of service to the community. He currently holds the title of Substance Use Disorder Certified Counselor (SUDCC) under the California Association of DUI Treatment Programs, and he is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Now his goal is to reach kids as early as possible in their lives so that they get a chance to grow and develop their minds without the hindrance of drugs or alcohol. He will go out of his way to help kids who can't afford his services and give them his personal cell which he says he will answer at any time of the day or night, to help these kids. For more on Jerome Piper https://aspirecounselingservice.com/fresno-program-staff/ This is Jerome Piper in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more on the Recovery in the Middle Ages podcast www.MiddleAgesrecovery.com Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved.
EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk about the relationship between complex trauma and identity, how trauma can create a distorted perception of the self, and how you can learn how to manage your trauma and redefine your identity. Read the show blog here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/identity-trauma Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app Sign up to join my free text program and receive mental health care tips. Just text DRLEAF to 1 (833) 285 3747 Get your tickets to my 2021 Mental Health Retreat: https://www.drleafconference.com OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -BetterHelp: Cleaning Up the Mental Mess listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/drleaf. -Blinkist: To get your free week on Blinkist AND 25% off your subscription see: https://www.blinkist.com/DRLEAF. -Chili Sleep: Head over to chilisleep.com/DRLEAF to learn more and save 20% off the purchase of any new sleep system. This offer is available exclusively for Cleaning Up the Mental Mess listeners -- and only for a limited time! PODCAST HIGHLIGHTS 4:42 How trauma affects the mind & body 6:20 How trauma can impact identity 12:40 Our experiences can impact how we see ourselves 16:30 There is something you can do that no one else can do! 17:40 How to use mind management to manage trauma & its impact on identity 20:20 Finding your “David” 22:20 A Neurocycle for identity 30:20 The importance of listening to your warning signals 37:30 How to reconceptualize identity after trauma 39:00 Mourning the loss of who you were ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources Follow me on social media for daily mental health tips & strategies: -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hello and welcome to Healing from Within I am Sheryl Glick your host and author of my newest book A New Life Awaits Spirit Guided Insights to Support Global Awakening which shares a contemporary look at the world social landscape of dysfunction as a result of a separation from our natural spiritual nature and ways to find our way to an […] The post Transform Trauma with Body Awareness appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Breastfeeding Myths…they are everywhere?Have you been told anything you felt was a myth??Tune in this week and listen as Dianne and Abby bust more breastfeeding myths!If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.orgWE HAVE TRANSCRIPTS!! You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:The first myth starts in the review [1:31]Not enough fiber? [2:58]Pregnancy again [9:37]Teeth, sleep and cavities [14:29]Abby's big myth [21:26]Dianne's Pinterest myth [28:38]Water [30:49]The last myth [34:07] *This Episode is sponsored by Ceres Chill and Fairhaven Health Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out! https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/132-breastfeeding-and-cavities/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/medical-info-to-flush-down-the-toilet/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/pumping-myths/ https://www.drjaygordon.com Set up your consultation with Diannehttps://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/Don't Forget!! Dianne and Abby have started the new parenting podcast! Check out Revolution Parenting! https://www.buzzsprout.com/1755123/8400508Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
This week we talk about The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren. We have been deprived of this long overdue episode on contemporary novels and so we decided to talk about one of the many contemporaries on our to-be-talked-about list. Listen to Isabel's traumatic sting ray encounter and several other crazy experiences we've had while we dwell on the enemies-to-lovers trope. Stay tuned next week for a special bonus episode that we have been planning for a while!
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In this episode, Tiana Renee and Kira discuss how trauma impacts our approach to dating, love and relationships. They discuss how our frame of reference is packed away in our invisible suitcase and take that into all of our relationship (friends, family, and intimate partner). Additionally how the individuals in our lives challenge the work and healing that we have completed on ourselves. Tiana talks about how anxiety and certain sensations that resembles our trauma can lead to us targeting our partner which may not always be the case. She also breaks down how our brain is trained to respond to trauma. Kira shares why she believes your expectations show up in your behavior and how it reflects in our core beliefs. They both share how they detach from people and situations and how they prepare themselves for the worst case situation. They shared how healing looks in different people; especially when dating. Every person in your life will reveal something about you. The people who challenge you if they care, building a foundation that is built to last. Every time someone pulls something out of you, they are revealing another part of you. Tiana credits her therapist for references the Zillow commercial of Sue, who had to face all parts of herself when making a buying decision. The negative, spontaneous, paranoid, anti-social, lazy, stressed, helpful, and gullible sides of yourself. Therefore, you have to consider the people at your table and which side of yourself who is doing the work. Kira shares how she invests in her children mental health that will require additional professional resources. The two review a Psychology Today article about childhood trauma and Tiana shares tips for parents of children who have or are experiencing trauma. Kira shares how not address her childhood trauma cause her to consider conversations as confrontation. Kira asks the question that many may be asking, “Will everyone have trauma?” Tiana shares how a person's environment and cultural norms contributes to how a person respond to experiences. Guest: Tiana Renee, Cope for the Culture Song Credit: Be Happy, Mary J. Blige Book Reference: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy Zillow Commercial (Sue): https://youtu.be/amb7j9CY3bY Psychology Today article: Early Childhood Trauma: How Parents Can Help https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-race-good-health/201309/early-childhood-trauma-how-parents-can-help --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/momsandmartinis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momsandmartinis/support
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Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a simple effective technique for Emotional Freedom to release trauma and emotional stressors from the body/mind/spirit. Rick Wilkes and Cathy Vartuli of Thriving Now share their experiences and how to do this simple process with us. Unresolved trauma and emotions become stuck in the body and EFT is an incredibly effective way to release them. Everyone can self manage their emotions and become more responsive rather than reactive! Learn about the power of tapping in a group setting! Rick Wilkes is an Emotional Freedom Coach,Trauma and Pain Relief Specialist with over 24 years of experience, Rick helps clients to move out of suffering to a place where they begin to feel calm and confident. From there he teaches how to shift to vibrational states of THRIVING in every respect of life. He delights in co-creating with clients in over 77 countries through phone, Skype, and internet. Cathy Vartuli is part of the Thriving Now coaching team and has a PhD in Material Science and Engineering and a Masters in Physics. In her skilled use of EFT, she helps clients peel away layer after layer until they get to their hidden core issue. Then she softly yet directly focuses energy upon the issue and not only helps it to shift but also helps her clients gain insight in the process. Thriving Now Homepage Listen on YouTube Tapping ChartDownload.
When a crisis hits or heartbreak happens, it's certainly no laughing matter. However, at some point in our coping process, humor may have a place. Last week's guest on the episode “Knocking Down Life's Obstacles”, Lisa Jesswein talked about how learning to laugh at things helped her survive and even thrive during some pretty extreme adversity. In this bonus episode, we'll hear a little more on that from Lisa and talk about how it's helped us also. Through all of it, we hope to encourage and equip you to use humor to help where it's appropriate as well. Give us your feedback and get more inspiration at imagineyourselfpodcast.comJoin the conversation on our FACEBOOK, TWITTER or INSTAGRAM pages
We're staring into the abyss of 2021's Halloween Kills to see what will stare back. Andy Marvra, co-host of Love What I Love (https://bit.ly/385guest), joins us to discuss the latest juggernaut of Michael Myers. Follow us as we navigate the latest trilogy from David Gordon Green and what this chapter means for the overarching story as well. Find out how Halloween III and The Exorcist might be at the core of these stories, how trauma affects more than just one person and much more! Music for this episode comes courtesy of Kevin MacLeod (https://bit.ly/agktheme) & Purple Planet (https://bit.ly/ppcoms).If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or self-harm - please reach out. Comment, message, or tweet at us. Go to victimsandvillains.net/hope for more resources. Call the suicide lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Text "HELP" to 741-741. There is hope & you DO have so much value and worth!Abyss Gazing: A Horror Podcast is a production of Victims and Villains is written by Josh “Captain Nostalgia” Burkey (& produced by) and Mark Moore. You can now support us on Patreon. Help us get mental health resources into schools and get exclusive content at the same time. Click here (http://bit.ly/vavpatreon) to support us today!
In this podcast, which comes on the heels of reports linking social media use to reduced self-esteem in teen girls, eating-disorders therapist Shira Collings discusses person-centered, socio-culturally aware approaches to dealing with disordered eating and other food-related challenges in youth (and adults). Shira Collings, M.S., N.C.C., is Mad in America's Assistant Editor for MIA Continuing Education and the Youth Coordinator for the National Empowerment Center. She received her B.A. in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.S. in Counseling and Psychology from Troy University. As a person with lived experience of recovery from diet culture, disordered eating, and trauma, Shira is passionate about supporting others in finding freedom with food, body acceptance, and the ability to be their full, authentic selves and live according to their values. She is an advocate for trauma-informed, person-centered approaches to mental health care.
Catherine and Francis are excited to speak with Kim Machado, a psychotherapist and trained trauma expert, about the complex intersection of eating disorders and trauma. Kim shares how the subjective experiences of trauma impact individuals in various ways, and that many use maladaptive behaviors to tell a story of their trauma. Her approach in working with those who experience trauma is empathetic, compassionate, and can be described by one of her favorite quotes from Alice in Wonderland, "when you can't look on the bright side I will sit with you in the dark." We are so appreciative of Kim's time, energy, and expertise. We hope you enjoy!CW: trauma experiences, eating disorder behaviors, mention of abuse, mention of complex trauma, self-harm behaviors
“That we have the ability and capability to heal post stress. That we can, in fact, come back to and maybe even be better in the aftermath of trauma.” -Nona Jordan In today's episode, Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer talks with Nona Jordan about trauma and healing. We learn that everyone experiences trauma differently and what we do when we have those experiences can either keep us trapped in those feelings or set us free. Nona explains the difference between Trauma with a capital T and trauma with a lower-case t. She talks with Jill about the benefits of community when dealing with traumatic or tough events in life, and how she has observed that in other cultures around the world. And most importantly, we learn that we can heal from Post Traumatic Stress and Nona gives us actionable tools we can use to begin on that path of healing. Nona Jordan holds a Master's degree in Applied Psychology from Harvard Extension School. She is also a Master Coach, yoga, breath, and meditation instructor, and former CPA. Nona has lived and traveled all over the world, most recently in Zambia, which fundamentally changed how she experiences living in the western world. Nona brings all of her experiences together to create generative space for professionals who are ready to take healing and empowerment to the next level by unraveling the scarcity wound both personally and professionally. Learn more at nonajordan.com Books mentioned in the show: The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity by Nadine Burke Harris, MD What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing by Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD & Oprah Winfrey Change Your World: The Science of Resilience and the True Path to Success by Michael Ungar, PhD Find full transcripts of episodes on the DocWorking Blog How many coaches do you think your favorite actors and athletes have worked with over the years in order to achieve such extraordinary success? What if you had a team of trusted thinking partners, experienced coaches who have helped hundreds of physicians overcome obstacles and who know what works? What if you were part of a community of like-minded physicians from across the nation, across specialties and career stages? Your collective brain trust, sharing ideas and experiences, so you would no longer feel like an island, surrounded by people yet alone? 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As many of us are getting used to opening up our lives again in the middle of a pandemic, we might start to feel different kinds of feelings and thoughts about how safe and comfortable we might feel. Being at the pub, cafe, theatre, cinema, meetings, conferences or protests now has a very different set of concerns or anxieties for many of us. Also over the last couple of years the protests around the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Sarah Everard, and also the Kill the Bill protests have been a reminder to us that our capacity to feel safe and comfortable in public spaces has been extremely unfairly distributed in the modern era. And furthermore we maybe now have a greater awareness how people's experiences of systemic oppression might show up in people's bodies in the context of complex post traumatic stress disorder. So I thought it would be timely to talk about the body and to invite Kim Loliya onto the show to talk about her work as a therapist, particularly somatic therapy, and for us to learn more about how we might connect with our bodies and where this can be a necessary part of a broader politics of solidarity too. Please support the Patreon! patreon.com/culturesexrelationships
If you're like me, you may know so much about diets, calories, macros and food that the thought of talking to a dietician seems a little unnecessary. What more could you possibly learn about food and how to eat? But, today I start a month long series talking to a specific group of Christian dietitians who are "non-diet" dietitians. These women are trained and licensed dietitians who have committed their work to helping women break free from issues with food and eating disorders. Today, my guest is Tracy Brown. Her work specializes in helping women who have trauma (known or unknown) and helping them break free from the way it keeps them stuck in eating disorder behaviors. Highlights from today's show include: Tracy talks about how we need to be professors of our own experience with food. Tracy shares how overtime there is a food binge or "grabbiness" there's usually a food deficit somewhere earlier in the day. She talks about how trauma can come from a family's inability to know what to do with emotion--not all traumas are big traumas. Yet, they can still cause us pain. The connection between HSP (highly sensitive people) and eating disorders, body image, and perfectionistic tendencies. Why there's often a set back after six weeks of progress on journeys to food and body image freedom. How promoting self-love is deeply connected to New Age philosophies and teachings that Christians should avoid. Learn more about Tracy: Tracy Brown,RD,LD/N is a trauma informed nutrition therapist/eating disorder dietitian, stress recovery coach and nutrition counseling skills teacher. She walks besides people wanting to heal their relationship with food and weight as well as feel safer and less stressed in their bodies. Her testimony of recovery from eating disorders, trauma and the new age is meant to bring glory to God's mercy and grace. Since 2006, she has guided people one on one and in groups in healing from disordered eating and chronic dieting, many of which also have other stress-related conditions at www.tracybrownrd.com/get-started and https://www.tracybrownrd.com/free-gifts (to stop bashing your body) She provides trauma informed and body image training and supervision to health professionals as well at www.embodieddietitian.com Connect with Compared to Who?: https://www.comparedtowho.me and take the free body image awareness quiz. Did you listen to the 30 Days to Pray for your Body Image Series? Start listening today here: https://comparedtowho.me/category/30-days-to-pray-for-body-image/
In this week's Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle interviews integration specialist and legal psychedelic guide, Liam Farquhar. They discuss trauma, somatics, IFS, consciousness, breathwork, and the Newtonian-Cartesian paradigm. www.psychedelicstoday.com
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Sometimes, our relationships can hold us back from making crucial changes in our lives. We don't want to outgrow them, so we end up sabotaging ourselves: whether it be through food, drugs, alcohol, reckless behavior, and the like. My name is Dr. Debi Silber, and welcome to another exciting episode of A Dose of Dr. Debi. Today, I'll be discussing how you can stay connected with people who make you feel safe and comfortable while achieving personal growth and development. In This Episode Find out how sabotaging yourself begins Recognize self-sabotage and how it manifests Learn how to make changes that help you move forward Transcription Hi there, Dr. Debi here. Welcome to another Dose of Dr Debi. Today I want to talk about sabotage and I want to talk about a specific way we sabotage ourselves. This is something I see all the time. I see our members within The PBT Institute do it. I see friends do it. I see family members do it and I've done it myself. And I want to bring it up because if you know what you're doing here, you can you can make some changes that'll really help move you forward instead of keeping you stuck-it's all about moving forward instead of keeping you stuck. So, I did two TEDx talks. The first one was about sabotage: Stop Sabotaging Yourself, and I remember seeing this so often with a lot of clients back then, and it really got me thinking about how we sabotage ourselves to prevent outgrowing a certain relationship, whether it's with a partner, with friends, with relatives with whatever. It happens so often so I want to talk about it to see if you're doing this because if you are, I want you to know about it so then you can make some changes. What happens is, there comes a time where what used to work doesn't work anymore. What used to fit doesn't fit anymore. What used to make sense doesn't make sense anymore. It's like that little tap on the shoulder we get. It's like, “Hey, time to make some changes.” And here's where we use things like food, drugs, alcohol, work, tv, keeping busy, reckless behavior to numb, avoid and distract ourselves from that voice, from that noise. Why? We don't like change. We have it all figured out. And if all of a sudden we address that we fear, well that's going to, invite all of these questions, all these questions will invite all this change all this change will shake up everything that I've figured out already. So, we'd rather not. Instead, what we do is, we use those things to numb avoid distract yourself. It's really funny, it's almost like (now I'm totally dating myself), but remember when you were a little kid if you're 50 and above, I guess, I don't even know maybe young people still do this, who knows. But, when I was little, if someone said something I didn't want to hear, you know, you stick your fingers in your ear and you're like; “La, la, la, I don't hear you. Well, when we use food, drugs, alcohol, work tv keeping busy, reckless behavior, that's the adult version of that same game. But, you can't very likely go into your boss's office and he or she is asking you to do something you stick your fingers in your ear, and say; “La, la, la I don't hear you.” It really may not be the most mature thing, if you do that with your friends or your partner. So what we do is, we sort of stuff it, and we just handle it. But then there comes a time where the voice gets louder and louder. So the stakes get bigger and bigger. So if it used to take one glass of wine, now it's taking two. If it used to take a few cookies, you're eating a whole sleeve of cookies. If it used to take one show, now you're binge watching the whole series, One shopping spree, now it's double the price, whatever it is for you. And the stakes, the stakes get bigger and bigger and bigger until and unless you do something about it. Then there's that moment where you realize, “Okay, it's time to grow, it's time to change.” What does that look like, what does that feel like? Now you're on this path, and you're exploring and you're doing new things. It's like a kid in a candy store, If you remember the first time you ventured into the personal development world or the world of spirituality or something that- it was just so new and interesting for you. You just took to it and you just kept going and going and growing and growing. But what happens is, the people around you may not. And then you're in sort of a little bit of an odd predicament here because they haven't changed. It's not them, it's you. You're changing, we can even see this, we even see this with changes in your eating habits here you were you had your food buddy, and you and your food buddy we're having nachos and margaritas and all of a sudden you're on this healthy eating plan. Well, two things going on with your food buddy now. They're worried, they're afraid. First of all, now they have to look at what they may or may not be doing right or may or may not be willing to do. And there's this little fear of abandonment- if you're off in this new direction where does that leave them? So there is a lot going on, but what happens is were off in this new direction and it feels good. So for those of you who are watching we're going to explain what I'm doing with my hands. Those of you who have seen lots of my talks you've seen this over and over. So here we are, and then all of a sudden we rise (and I'm raising my hand) , both hands were level, and now I'm raising one hand so we are improving physically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically spiritually, but the other person is right here, and we don't want to outgrow them. We fear; “Oh, where are my people, where are my friends, where are my partners, were my coworkers? So do you know what we do? We sabotage ourselves, (and what I did was I brought my hand right down.) And so we sabotage ourselves but you know what, we like it up here (and I raised my hand up again.) This feels good. This feels like where we want to be, but all of our people haven't changed, it's us, so we keep sabotaging ourselves so that we don't outgrow them. But you know what happens as we go? (and I'm moving my arm up again my hand up again.) Now we're like, Well why don't they do this? (I'm raising my other hand.) Well, because that's not what they're ready for just as before you are ready you weren't ready for it. So inevitably, what happens is we do this, (I'm raising up that arm,) and the other people is here. And then we sort of get this weird dynamic where we're like; “Oh, I don't seem to resonate with you anymore” and they're looking at you like; “What the heck happened to you?” So, what we really need to do and the way that it prevents this sabotage, (because we don't want to be alone here), we don't want to outgrow our tribe, our group, our community, whoever we've felt so comfortable and safe with. So, instead of sabotaging ourselves so that we don't outgrow them what I have found in my 30 plus years of coaching is one of the simplest ways to manage this. You continue to do the work, don't let anything stop you, but here's what you need to do, so that you don't fear outgrowing these people. Your goal, as well as doing the work is you need to find people at this new like-minded level you're seeking. So whether that's in certain groups, certain mastermind groups, people who read the same books, that have the same hobbies, have the same interest, whatever it is, it doesn't even make a difference. The idea is, if you seek out those people as you're doing that work, and then you meet up with these new people, you don't fear the; “I don't have anybody, I feel, only a loss.” What then happens is you continue to do the work, you now are part of a group, and a community, and like-minded people that get you, that understand this unique language you speak. For example, I have an online business, and that is a completely different language for a lot of other people. So having like-minded people who understand that it's a different it's a different conversation. But what happens is when you take care of that up here, you don't fear the growth. You also take the pressure off the people here, so you can love and appreciate them for who they are and where they are. You can love when you see them and connect the way you did before. If that still resonates if not that's, that's okay too. But because you're not alone in the stratosphere here with your new ideas and new thoughts and your new everything, it's not as scary and it takes the pressure off of who you feared, leaving behind here. For example let's take that food buddy, so here you are here was your food, buddy. You were meeting every week and, and, doing your thing, and now all of a sudden you're exploring healthy eating and this and that and you are loving it, you're learning about all these new things and meeting up with all these new people who share the same ideas about food and community. You join all these groups about healthy eating this and that, and you love it. Well you know what? Now that you have this group and it's satisfying that need, when you see this person who still was your previous food buddy, of course you want them to join you, but you don't feel the pressure that I have to sabotage myself in order to stay connected with this person. You can love and appreciate them for who they are and where they are. Now that's not to say if at some point along their journey when they're ready, when they're willing when they're able, they won't do the same thing, but that's completely on their terms. I just found that we do sabotage ourselves so often, because we worry oh I'm going to make all these changes and what happens to that connection. Well, when we take care to make new connections, we're not just sort of headed off in this new direction without a clue of where we're headed, and at the same time, it takes pressure off of the connections that we had. Now it's a bit different when we're talking about a romantic relationship because that's a whole different story and maybe I'll do a whole other topic on what happens when you are doing the work, to heal or just to grow physically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically, spiritually and that person is stuck right here that's step one. That's step one. And it depends on what the need is here, is it just that you love and appreciate this person for where they are but they don't have similar interests, so you find people here, where you can? Let's say, explore new interests, that don't damage the relationship or whatever it is? That's a whole very different experience, but something that we can take on for another day. What I wanted to be sure I shared was it when you have that group, when you seek out these people, these like-minded soul warriors- whatever you want to call them, you don't fear the growth as much, because you have your people, it takes pressure off of the old group, and you don't feel so alone. So I hope that I hope that helps. Out of the two TEDx talks I did, this would be more aligned with that first one what we just talked about Stop Sabotaging Yourself so if it serves, definitely watch that watch that TEDx talk. If you haven't taken the healed or hardened quiz, you're going to want to do that because we will show you which force of nature you are, you'll know exactly out of the five Stages from betrayal to breakthrough which also resonate to just an old set of lingering beliefs that no longer serves other types of traumas, it really works for a lot of them. Take the quiz and you're going to see where you land. And of course, share the podcast with anybody who would benefit from this information so healed or harden quiz, go take the quiz and stop sabotaging yourself. I'll see you next time. Bye. Resources Mentioned PBT Podcasts Healed or Hardened Quiz TEDx talks Stop Sabotaging Yourself Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz PBT Institute Membership Community Trust Again: Overcoming Betrayal and Regaining Health, Confidence and Happiness Trust Again Free Gift healedorhardenedquiz.com
This is part II of a 2-episode series on the topic of self-discipline and building healthy habits.In this episode, Aadam and I discuss building atomic habits, overcoming procrastination and failure, and developing morning routines. How can I build healthy habits consistently and overcome some of my bad habits? How can I deal with distractions in my life and overcome procrastination? Why is a morning routine important and what does it constitute? How can I develop a contingency plan in case I fail? These and other questions are explored in this episode.References used and resources mentioned in the episode:- Atomic Habits by James Clear- The School of Greatness: A Real-World Guide to Living Bigger, Loving Deeper, and Leaving a Legacy by Lewis Howes- Mindful Self-Discipline by Giovanni Dienstmann- "A Better Way to Track Your Habits" video by Thomas Frank (including the Journal Method)- Habit-tracking apps: Habitica, Habit Bull and Strides - Fabulous app - build better habits and achieve your goals- The concept of dopamine detox: example videos here, here and here.- Lewis Howes' "School of Greatness" podcast episodes: on overcoming procrastination + on creating the perfect morning routine- Explanation of the Pomodoro technique- Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...and Maybe the World by Admiral William H. McRaven (also see his viral talk here)- "The Two-Day Rule" by Matt D'AvellaExtra books on time management and overcoming procrastination:- The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey- Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy- The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Tim Ferriss- Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David AllenMindful time management resources (Giovanni Dienstmann): time planning, boundaries, awareness, and time focus.
Childhood sexual abuse is the most traumatic of all wounds, for it is a betrayal at the very root of our being. It turns us against ourselves in such a way that, more often than not, victims become convinced that the fault is theirs. To find a way back from that injury, to prevail and […] The post TWISTED ROOTS, STANDING TALL: My Journey to Heal, Learn, and Rise from the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Anne de Nada appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
"There is nothing more powerful, concious, mature, evolved than fully and truly accepting yourself”Where this 7 Feminine Embodiment Principles came from (9:20)Learning to operate from a space of self-responsibility and ownership (11:46)The meaning of self-responsibility and ownership (13:18)Shadow Work and Shadow Integration (17:40)How you can embody your feminine energetics (27:17)Emotional Mastery (29:14)Activating your voice to express your truth (39:14)How to be fierce and soft at the same time (42:00)Turning On your receiver (46:00)Understanding sacredness (53:00)Asking for support (1:00:26)Embodying your truth (1:03:00)Links mentioned in the episode:6 month Sacred Embodiment Mastermind with Sigrid - THE EMBODIED WOMANShadow work and Shadow Integration Podcast EpisodeConnect with Sigrid:Instagram: @sigridtasiesEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
What You'll DiscoverThe yoga of allowing, and how the mind is always in the future and past, but the body is not. So if the attention is centered, you step into timelessness. How to go from Temporal to Timelessness.Kassandra's mirror and like-minded moment of spiritual awakening through Wayne Dyer, a point of origin, and where the knowledge of you know that “you know that you know comes from. “The hero's journey and it's aspects of our personal awakening - and staying awake. What is the inner conflict you say is the root of all suffering? What is this idea of “The End of the Self-Help Treadmill” The foundational question of Self inquiry “who am I?”Inner Reconciliation, as a pose to the fixing , getting rid of, aligning, understanding but rather reconciliation the identities that the ego has created Secret Service? Inner Reconciliation? How GP awoke to his energy of protection. What the different aspects and energies are within each of us and the duality of self protection and freedom and how we become our own enemy. How to ask resistance to unveil self resistance. When we step out of conflict and into the heart of who you are. The cloaked system is stable enough to surviveThe energy of the heart sheds its skin of our old nature and cross timelessness into our infinite self. How the chakras are archetypes of the self and how all colors of the chakras become the muse and masterpiece of who we are. There are no bad emotions, only natural emotions that got bad press. The book “I Am That” that transformed GP's lifeIt was his mission to guide the individual to an understanding of his true nature and the timelessness of being. He taught that the mind must recognize and penetrate its own state of being--not "being this or that, here or there, then or now," but just timeless beingWhat does it feel like when something is reconciled, how do you know? “When the water comes out of the mountain, the water does not need a GPS, we simply remove the boulders and blocks.” About Gp WashThe son of a schizophrenic mother and an absent father, GP's earliest memory is being tied to his bed to keep him from wandering. The years of abuse and emotional deprivation were offset by a natural gift for and love of truth as well as an unquenchable curiosity about how it is that people really heal and awaken.At the age of 19, he was on the verge of suicide, filled with self-hatred, addicted to drugs and at the end his hope. At this dark moment, GP had an extraordinary spiritual experience that was so penetrating that, within a few months, his entire life had turned around. In his own words: “My experience as a child made the search for truth and healing more than a philosophical curiosity. For me, it was a matter of life and death.” He refers to that day as his “Night on the Bridge,” where he experienced, as he puts it, “Original Innocence“. Since then, his life has been dedicated to learning, studying, researching, experimenting, practicing, creating practices, teaching, and healing with a devotion to liberating the soul from unnecessary and self-imposed suffering.Share the Love:If you like The Awakened Beauty Podcast….Subscribe, Rate & Review via iTunesVisit us at awakenedbeautyhq.com for updates.Rich Beauty & Health Offerings: www.evoqbeauty.com | www.beautyecology.comInstagram @kassandra_kuehlWatch on Youtube at my channel: Awaken Beauty PodcastShop natural health and beauty products with EVOQP.S! Your review is not only paramount in helping others discover the show, but we also read each and every submission personally…and they mean the world to us.Love and Light! - KassandraIn the Meantime, STAY IN THE CONVERSATION! @kassandra_kuehl Where to find GP Walshhttps://www.gpwalsh.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/121152181234683
In this episode we will talk about a topic that came up during my time at “live from America Podcast “ last weekend, which turned from therapeutic abuse to a conversation about C-PTSD.We talked - VERY briefly - about what the therapy for PTSD should look like and I feel like I didn't do it proper justice and wanted to explain it better, because I do think it is very important to clear things up.We first talk about what it should feel like, which type of therapy, then goals of therapy and finally what the base structure looks like.Topic: C-PTSD (instead of therapeutic abuse) and WARNING: I talk relatively at the start about what types of things were done to me. Video https://youtu.be/8Q-wqXJQ9mIAudio https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/live-from-america-podcast/id1159634513?mt=2Transcript: https://www.johannadraconis.com/podcast/episode-109/ Contact: email@example.com Therapy: https://www.johannadraconis.com/therapy/
Kelsey De Brusinis has been through a lot of challenges in her life, which she chose to eventually accept and grow from. Her experiences have led her to becoming the body decoder and the intuitive healer she is today. She helps women come alive through letting them overcome their trauma and embrace their bodies. Kelsey believes in finding liberation through connecting with your body and understanding how it works and responds to your emotions. Today, we talk with Kelsey about how she discovered body decoding after recovering from sexual abuse, rape, depression & suicidal ideation. Get to explore the mind of someone as intuitive as Kelsey as she talks to us about how our bodies are a direct reflection of our emotions and experiences. “How much easier would things be If we just were direct in our communication and said what we meant and asked for what we needed.” -- Kelsey De Brusinis
Whether you're dreaming of Dick Miller or Peter Hooten, this episode has what you need. Billy Zane seduces Dick Miller in a dream in Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight and Peter Hooten saves a woman from her suicide picnic in Night Killer! Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: facebook.com/groups/cultofmuscle Merch: redbubble.com/people/cultofmuscle/shop Lifting: 0:00:00 - 0:40:30 Demon Knight: 42:00 - 1:17:30 Night Killer: 1:19:00 - END
On today's show, we are joined by author and survivor, Nelson Simon. Nelson joins us to discuss his new book, “Soul of the Hurricane: The Perfect Storm and an Accidental Sailor”. In 1991, Nelson and the rest of the crew of the Anna Kristina were caught in what became famously known as “The Perfect Storm”. Nelson recalls for us the trauma of this near-death experience, as well as his path to recalibrating himself after the incident. Nelson's story is absolutely incredible, and we could have talked with him for hours. We highly recommend you read his book and attend some of the release events he has coming up if you are in the NYC area.To register for the Launch Party on Oct. 26th, listeners can use this link.To register for the event with Greenlight Bookstore on Oct. 28th, or order a signed copy of the book, listeners can use this link.Listeners outside of the U.S. can get free shipping anywhere in the world and a 10% discount through the Book Depository. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Processing by becoming a member!Processing is Powered by Simplecast.
How has your past uniquely prepared you to experience more joy? Dr. Dan Allender and I explore this question today in an insightful conversation about healing the heart from trauma, rewriting the broken stories we adopt as children and the overlap with the Enneagram. Professor of counseling psychology at The Seattle School and founder of The Allender Center, Dr. Dan Allender has pioneered a unique therapy centered around his innovative theory and training in transforming betrayal, ambivalence, and powerlessness into faith, hope, and love. He's a popular podcaster on The Allender Center Podcast and the author of Healing the Wondered Heart, The Wounded Heart, The Healing Path, To Be Told and God Loves Sex, and Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling. Learn more about Dr. Allender at https://theallendercenter.org or follow him @allendercenter on Facebook and Instagram.
[TRIGGER WARNING: Domestic Violence and Mental Abuse] On this week's episode Kail and Lindsie discuss the Netflix series Maid and the themes associated with it. Kail talks about her own experiences with mental abuse and her struggle to understand her trauma. Kail and Lindsie talk about the flaws in the system build to help those in crisis and how many are denied the help they need. Plus Kail urges those who know people in these situations to be a support system no matter how difficult it is. To lighten the mood Kail and Lindsie talk about their opinions on children using social media. How much exposure should they have and when should they have it. This episode was sponsored by: MamaZen, KiwiCo, Chime, & Apostrophe Music by Nathaniel Wyvern. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License.
Hi Stefan,I am a stay at home mom to a 3 1/2 year old girl. I have a wonderfully supportive husband and a daughter that is smart, loving and very challenging to me.I'm writing to you after having a fit of rage where I find myself saying 'I don't want to be a mother anymore.' Even typing these words I start to feel immense sadness and cry because I know my best self doesn't believe that. I've had these fits more often over the past couple months and they almost seem to get worse. They happen after being with my daughter when she is repeatedly disobeying my wishes to stop climbing on furniture, yelling or hitting. I become overly frustrated and angry and will throw or kick something so hard that it breaks. There have been times when I feel like hitting my child but do not, instead I grab and or forcibly pick up my daughter in a way that is scary to her and is also scary to me. I don't know how else to explain it other than describing these fits as demonic possession. There have been many times I've been able to see myself getting frustrated and I take a deep breath or go for a walk. After I overcome one of these potential fits I believe I've solved the problem and I say to myself, 'that was hard but also kinda easy', only to be caught off guard by this anger again. I was raised by a mother who physically and verbally abused me and I don't want to turn into her. I would like to know better ways on how to manage and eventually stop myself from going to a place of rage when situations get difficult. My ACE score is a 4 which seems low but the lasting effects of the abuse have been difficult to overcome. I realize a huge component of this is confronting my mother...for which I am terrified to do so. I am so ashamed to admit to this behavior because I have listened to your show quite often over the past 4 years, especially to the shows where you cover parenting (which is the root of most of the world's problems). I have found your advice to be very profound and helpful to me over the years. I hear you speak of your daughter and your relationship with her and, quite frankly, I would love a relationship like that with my daughter.I have gone through some therapy which has helped illuminate some of the inner workings of my subconscious and shadow. I still talk to a therapist once every 6 mo. (which I realize is pathetically seldom) and read up on respectful parenting but have a hard time committing to the hard work (which sounds like another problem). I would extremely appreciate a conversation or any advice you may have for me.
Today, we're talking with Rebekah and Gabe Lyons about surrender, control, and your emotional health. Gabe and Rebekah each bring unique perspectives to the conversation around mental and emotional health, with Rebekah as an author, and Gabe as the founder of Q Ideas, an initiative aimed at engaging faith and culture in helpful, value-adding conversations. So, today is all about the fear of losing control of life, the loss of critical thinking skills in culture today, and so much more. If you enjoy this episode with Rebekah and Gabe, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 260: Self-Defeating Behavior, Living a Lie, and the Path to Inner Peace (feat. John Mark Comer) 259: Emotional Incarceration and How Men Win the War Within (feat. Jason Wilson) Episode Links: Rebekah's Website | Facebook | Instagram | Buy Rebekah's Newest Book Gabe's Website | Q Ideas Instagram | Gabe's Instagram Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow.