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CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co
IAM1251 - CEO and Author Heals Her Clients from their Traumatic Experiences

CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 16:23


Sandra is an intuitive trauma release and self-empowerment coach, Reiki Master/Teacher, Certified Traumatic Incident Reduction Facilitator and published Author. Her passion and dedication for trauma healing was born as a result of her own traumatic past. Sandra studied the Art & Science of Coaching at Erickson College International in Vancouver, Reiki Level 1 – Master at Beaumont Hospital in Warren, Michigan, and Traumatic Incident Reduction in Windsor, Ontario. Website: www.riseaboveyourstory.com LinkedIn: sandra-cooze-733449b1 Book: Journey to Your Self How to Heal from Trauma

My Immune System Hates Me!
Lyme Disease + Postpartum Depression

My Immune System Hates Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 32:58


You can follow Ashley on all social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.Her book, Authentic Power: Give Yourself Permission to Feel is available on Amazon or on her website, AshleyBernardi.com.Check out the show website, myimmunesystempod.com, where you can get in contact with Chelsey, listen to old episodes, learn about the RA Warrior Group, buy some My Immune System Hates Me merchandise, and apply to be a guest on the show.Don't forget to rate and review the show, and follow us on Instagram and Facebook @myimmunesystempod***Any information discussed in this podcast is strictly my opinion and those of my guests and are for informational purposes only. We are speaking from our personal experiences and you should always consult with your doctor or medical team.

Transforming Trauma
Healing from Traumatic Love with Dr. Nadine Macaluso

Transforming Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 49:30


Emily is joined by Dr. Nadine Macaluso. Dr. Nae is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Glen Cove, New York. She has a Ph.D. in counseling and somatic psychotherapy, specifically honoring the mind-body connection. Her work is informed by the NARM model and she carries a strong emotional and relational intelligence as she supports individuals struggling to map their own journey and overcome self-doubt. She shares about her new book, Trauma Bond Free: A Therapist's Guide For Healing From Traumatic Love, which grew out of her own personal life experience as she healed from the terror and trauma of her first marriage to “the Wolf on Wallstreet”.  Dr. Nae shares a little about why she was drawn to the NARM model, and a few highlights that have really informed the work she does with patients-- namely the adaptive survival styles and how her patients really appreciate understanding better what they missed in development. Upon reflecting on what she's learned from NARM, she shares, “[It] taught me that the opposite of depression is vitality, not happiness...so I hope that you feel more alive, and give yourself permission to feel alive and if you contract and feel smaller, that's okay too, knowing that you will feel more alive,” she says. She also highlights the importance of working with someone to be able to be present with their emotions, which can allow the emotion to provide important information. She shares a reflection on how people often don't learn how to be present with their emotions in childhood. “A lot of parents have a hard time with their children's emotions, and they don't want them to feel to feel negative emotions and they only concentrate on positive emotions...and I love that about NARM and it taught me and emphasizes that-- how to be with them, hold them, ride them like a wave. And know that they [difficult emotions] end,” she reflects.  We invite you to tune in and hear more of Dr. Nae's story and her reflections on her work.  To read the full show notes and discover more resources visit http://www.narmtraining.com/podcast *** NARM Training Institute http://www.NARMtraining.com View upcoming trainings: https://narmtraining.com/schedule Join the Inner Circle: https://narmtraining.com/online-learning/inner-circle *** The NARM Training Institute provides tools for transforming complex trauma through: in-person and online trainings for mental health care professionals; in-person and online workshops on complex trauma and how it interplays with areas like addiction, parenting, and cultural trauma; an online self-paced learning program, the NARM Inner Circle; and other trauma-informed learning resources.   We want to connect with you! Facebook @NARMtraining Twitter @NARMtraining YouTube Instagram @thenarmtraininginstitute

John Branyan's Comedy Sojourn Podcast
Traumatic Birth Story and Suffering (Cheap Charcuterie)

John Branyan's Comedy Sojourn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 51:26


We're recording virtually again this week, Neighbor. We're really not that sick. Mostly, we just lost track of time. Plus, Tabby gave birth to her baby two days before Christmas, which was kind of an ordeal. (Spoilers: her husband was barred from entering the hospital by stupid COVID regulations and had to watch the birth from his phone in the parking lot.) Is there anyone in the world of healthcare who knows what's going on? Who writes these dumb policies, and who's really in charge? More importantly: where do we turn for comfort when things don't go according to our plans? Today, in church, we talked about God causing suffering, which made some people uncomfortable. But, actually, when we know that God is the One in charge of every facet of our lives, it can offer great peace. Want more from John? Check out this week's episode of the Starving Comics Quarantine Show! Also, become a member of the Comedy Clique by visiting johnbranyan.com. Send us your feedback by emailing Nextdoor@johnbranyan.com.

Untangle & Thrive Podcast
Memories: The Importance of Traumatic Memories and Good Memories

Untangle & Thrive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 29:43


Today we are going to talk about memories- traumatic memories and good memories. When we carry unprocessed trauma in our bodies, we often try leaving it all behind- the bad childhood, the horrible teacher, the bullying, the divorce, etc. But in our attempt to forget, we leave behind the good stuff. Join me today as we discuss what forms of therapy help to process traumatic memories and why this is critistical. Also of importance is how to reclaim the good memories to help us realize our life more fully. This is such an important and meaningful episode.

Healthy Children
Coping with Setbacks

Healthy Children

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022


Help your kids gain the skills to navigate setbacks.Setbacks and failures can be educational, but you hate to see your child experience disappointment.It's important to differentiate between traumatic events and disappointments. Traumatic events are usually harmful and result in a permanent change of one's psychological makeup. Disappointments come from reaching for something and falling short of that goal.Children manage disappointments differently over time. Youngsters may be upset and take action; shouting, hitting, crying. As they grow older, they may think about how things could be different.Invite discussion about the disappointment. Let your child come up with answers. Change the language to suit your child's age and maturity level. "I see that you (had an action) when you (experienced disappointment)." "I think you did that because you (experienced disappointment). Is that right?" "Next time you (experience disappointment), what would be a better way to let us know you're disappointed?" Listen as Dr. Arthur Lavin joins Melanie Cole, MS, in this encore episode from May 2019 to discuss how to help your kids cope with setbacks.  

RadioMD (All Shows)
Coping with Setbacks

RadioMD (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022


Help your kids gain the skills to navigate setbacks.Setbacks and failures can be educational, but you hate to see your child experience disappointment.It's important to differentiate between traumatic events and disappointments. Traumatic events are usually harmful and result in a permanent change of one's psychological makeup. Disappointments come from reaching for something and falling short of that goal.Children manage disappointments differently over time. Youngsters may be upset and take action; shouting, hitting, crying. As they grow older, they may think about how things could be different.Invite discussion about the disappointment. Let your child come up with answers. Change the language to suit your child's age and maturity level. "I see that you (had an action) when you (experienced disappointment)." "I think you did that because you (experienced disappointment). Is that right?" "Next time you (experience disappointment), what would be a better way to let us know you're disappointed?" Listen as Dr. Arthur Lavin joins Melanie Cole, MS, in this encore episode from May 2019 to discuss how to help your kids cope with setbacks.  

Neurology® Podcast
Concussion and Traumatic Encephalopathy Syndrome (January 2022 Neurology Recall)

Neurology® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 34:31


The January 2022 replay of past episodes showcases a selection of interviews regarding the diagnosis and effects of traumatic encephalopathy syndrome (TES) and concussions. This episode features Dr. Alex Menze in conversation with Dr. Robert Stern, Dr. Nathan Churchill, and Prof. Antonio Belli, offering listeners a comprehensive understanding of the diagnosis and management of head trauma.

HealthCast
Season 2 Episode 38 - Breaking Down Veteran Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury

HealthCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 23:02


Veterans Affairs has one of the nation's most comprehensive traumatic brain injury research programs and care networks, including a multi-tiered care model designed to provide full support to veterans with TBI, especially when transitioning out of the military. Dr. Joel Scholten, national director of the Veterans Affairs Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service, discusses how VA is overseeing pioneering research into the often complex condition and how technology is impacting diagnosis and treatments for the condition.

NGEMPOD
G(a)YM Traumatic.

NGEMPOD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 16:42


Hidup selalu penuh tanda tanya, tanda seru, tanda petik, tanda titik, dan tanda-tanda lainnya yang tidak bisa kami sebutkan seluruhnya, karena keterbatasan daya dan upaya. Terkadang juga penuh warna, warna hitam, warna putih, warna polkadot, warna pink, dan warna warna lainnya yang tidak bisa di sebutkan karena keterbatasan upaya dan daya. Oleh karena itu, berdasarkan adanya keterbatasan daya dan upaya kami mencoba untuk mengangkat sedikit cerita yang mungkin akan menyinggung beberapa orang. Oleh karena itu, lagi, kami hanya ingin menyarankan sebelum anda mendengarkan cletukan kami, kami sarankan untuk membuka sedikit pikiran anda dan melebarkan sedikit sayap kesabaran anda. Akhirul kalam, salam wasalam. Eh ketinggalan, jangan lupa jika anda memiliki sesuatu yang ingin disampaikan, silahkan mampir ke instagram kami di @ngem.pod Akhirul kalam, salam wasalam, lagi. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ngempod/message

The Jedburgh Podcast
#039: The United States Army - Vice Chief of Staff - General (Ret.) Peter Chiarelli

The Jedburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 82:24


Some organizations are so vast, so large, and so dynamic that it is often almost impossible to comprehend the scale and complexity; making leadership the most important factor in performance.General(R) Peter Chiarelli served as the Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army, an organization of over 1.1 million employees and a budget of $240 billion dollars. General Chiarelli is one of our nation's most innovative leaders; always challenging the way the Army operated. He transitioned the Army from Vietnam, through the Cold War and into the modern Army of today.General Chiarelli and Host Fran Racioppi discuss the General's career, his days as a professor at West Point, how he led the medical industry in changing the way we view post traumatic stress, how COVID has set the example for collaboration and teamwork, the importance of wearables in tracking our health, the lessons of the war in Iraq, and what type of leaders we need in our nation today. Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website.Highlights:-GEN Chiarelli recounts his early days in the Army in the post-Vietnam era and how not getting into law school changed his life.-GEN Chiarelli explains how the West Point Department of Social Sciences forces leaders to think differently about challenges which leads to innovation. -Traumatic brain injury was relatively unstudied prior to the war in Iraq; GEN Chiarelli questioned the doctors and forced them to think differently about how the Army treated these cases.-GEN Chiarelli breaks down the stigma behind post traumatic stress, and how he has led the medical industry in dropping the word “disorder” from the diagnosis. -Fran and GEN Chiarelli discuss the importance of wearables in the reduction of Veteran suicide; including Nightware, a product replacing the use of prescription drugs. -The COVID vaccine development is used as an example of how teamwork in medical research can advance medical innovation and save lives.-GEN Chiarelli explains how he prepared the 1st Cavalry Division, the US Army's heaviest division, to fight in Baghdad and how his leaders adapted to learn about basic services and providing essential training to the Iraqi defense forces.-Fran and GEN Chiarelli examine the lessons of the war in Iraq, the importance of a whole-of-government approach to conflict and the impact of General Colin Powell and Norman Schwarzkopf.Quotes:-”I came in for four and it ended up being 40.”-“That's the essence of team building, to not be in the transmit mode all the time. You never learn anything when you're talking.”-”How can you go up to a woman who has been violently sexually assaulted…and say she has a disorder because of that.”-“I'm a big fan of wearables. I think they are going to be particularly useful in the military population who is tired of being given a bag of pills.” -“Leadership is about listening.”-”I always tell young leaders, remember what really upset you.”-”We did not fight these wars with a whole-of-government approach.”-“We need to break some of the molds that have guided us in the past.”GEN Chiarelli's Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Make my bed to complete one task-Dedicate 60 minutes to read something outside of my comfort zone-Determine what my team needs from me to achieve their missionThis episode is brought to you by 18A Fitness and Analytix Solutions.

Howie Mandel Does Stuff Podcast
Racecar Driver Lindsay Brewer Shares Traumatic Helicopter Crash Story with Howie

Howie Mandel Does Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 85:37


Popular Racer Driver Lindsay Brewer talks about her traumatizing helicopter crash, while Prankster Andrea Wendel shares genius dating app strategies.  Buy Merch and Send Us ideas at https://www.howiemandel.com Instagram: @lindsaymariebrewer @andreawendel @howiemandel @jackelynshultz Twitter:      @loudinos                    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Ghost Stories Online
Traumatic Dreams | Best Ghost Stories

Real Ghost Stories Online

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 35:22


A group of girls get together for a sleepover but are terrified to share with each other their horrifying traumatic dreams. Here is a preview of the story. “This is where things get fuzzy. I do not remember if it was a Saturday or a Sunday, I just know it was the weekend, and my mom had woken me up at 4 in the morning to tell me Bronwyn had committed suicide. I woke up again around seven, and mom was gentle in reminding me in case I was too tired to remember at 4, but I remembered. I spent the day crying or sleeping in bed; I do not remember eating anything that day. I do not know how long after that day this dream happened, but I remember it so vividly, and I cling to it as to what little comfort I have in this situation. The dream was Bronwyn, and I had the sleepover we always talked about having and never was able to.” Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories

Cultivating Connections
Cultivating Connections # 27 - A Traumatic Experience (RE-UPLOAD)

Cultivating Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 28:50


In this episode we talk about my trip to California and how it landed me in a psychiatric hospital for three days. Ever since then I have struggled. I have been actively trying to repress that experience and I have been using drugs to do that. I'm trying to find the courage to face it, and accept it. Expressing myself on this podcast is one of the tools that has helped me in the past. I hope it can help me now. - Rory This is a reuploaded episode recorded on 12/1/2021

Healing Birth
Why I am so passionate about sharing traumatic birth stories (but will never normalize them)

Healing Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 11:48


Hint: It has to do with finding grace for yourself.  This is a bonus solocast.  JOIN OUR NEW ONLINE MEMBERSHIP HERE! https://www.healingbirth.net/membership If you love the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon! www.patreon/healingbirth

Unfazed and Unbothered
Creepy Old Men & Psychopaths: Traumatic Stories from Our Past pt. 2

Unfazed and Unbothered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 49:38


Camo & Tasia come back with even more horror stories that will leave your jaw on the floor. Camo talks about being groped by a creepy old man in a YMCA shower and getting him kicked out, as well as being charmed by a man who turned out to be a drug addict and sex offender, ultimately leaving him with a giant hole in his garage. Tasia talks about the time she met a random stranger in a Walmart parking lot, him freaking out and choking her for no reason, and the cops arriving only to arrest her. Plus, Tasia gives a part 2 to last week's story which involves her cousin trying to blackmail her by sending Tasia's OnlyFans pictures to her dad. Go to elfster.com or download the Elfster app to create a FREE gift exchange to make gift-giving easier! Watch "Unfazed and Unbothered" on YouTube If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/UnfazedandUnbotheredPodcast Follow Tasia on TikTok Follow Camo on TikTok Follow Tasia on IG Follow Camo on IG Follow Camo on YouTube Listen to Camo's music on Spotify  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Better Behavior Show with Dr. Nicole Beurkens
Episode 181: How Trauma Impacts Brain Development & Brain Function in Children

The Better Behavior Show with Dr. Nicole Beurkens

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 55:01


My guest this week is Robyn Gobbel In this episode, Robyn and I discuss how trauma impacts brain development and brain function in kids.  We talk about what trauma can mean, from big T to little t, how adoption is a traumatic experience through a child's eyes, and the neuroscience of what trauma is doing to the brain. We also discuss looking past the “meaning” of the surfaced behavior(s) and how past traumas can impact all aspects of well-being: regulation, connection, health, and safety.  And of course, we wrap up with ways parents and caregivers can better regulate themselves, kids, and their families in these situations.  About the Guest: Robyn is a licensed clinical social worker who loves coffee, pink, and everything about the brain. Once, fairly recently, her teenager went ballistic on her for getting another glitter coffee mug in the mail. Robin loves cultivating deep, resonant connections with anyone who is up for it, and is especially fond of all the grownups in the world who love and care for kids impacted by trauma: Helpers, healers, educators, and parents. Her favorite thing is teaching anyone who will listen to harness the power of neuroscience so they can cultivate deep resonant connections. This would change the world if we could all do that: To be seen, to be with, feel and deeply know each other and ourselves. Robyn really believes that this can change everything. Episode Timestamps:   Episode Intro … 00:00:30 Introduction of Robyn Gobbel & Working in Childhood Trauma … 00:01:35 What Does Trauma All Include? … 00:06:30 Big T Trauma vs Little t Trauma … 00:09:30 Adoption Process as Traumatic in the Eyes of Kids … 00:12:42 How Trauma Impacts Behavior of Kids & Development … 00:17:09 Looking Deeper, Past the Surface Behaviors … 00:25:11 Trauma Affects Regulation, Connection, Health, & Safety … 00:26:50 Ability to Regulate and Impaired Regulatory Circuits … 00:28:00 The Power Professionals Hold … 00:35:23 Tangible Solutions for Parenting Kids with Trauma … 00:37:15 Are Consequences Appropriate for Bad Behavior? … 00:48:00 Resources for Parents & Professionals … 00:50:52 Episode Wrap Up … 00:53:15   Connect with Dr. Nicole Beurkens on... Instagram Facebook Drbeurkens.com

BrainShape Podcast
Episode 145: Emotional Wellness & Mental Health with guest Rachelle McCloud

BrainShape Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 61:24


During times of crisis, chaos, and traumatic experiences, you enter into “survival mode.” Traumatic stress can disrupt your ability to function effectively – because when you go into survival mode, activity in the thinking and rational part of your brain is dimmed. There are, however, mind-body therapeutic approaches that can help your brain process unhealed pain and ultimately decrease the emotional intensity of your experiences. Tune in to learn more about emotional wellness and mental health.   Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brainshape Read the show notes: https://www.brainshape.ca/podcast/emotional-wellness-mental-health-rachelle-mccloud Visit our website: https://www.BrainShape.ca/ Follow Dr. Andrea on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/BrainShapeTO/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrainShapeTO Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrainShapeTO/ Follow Dr. Andrea on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/brainshapeto/

Talk Heathen
Talk Heathen 05.50 12-12-2021 with Lloyd Evans and Johnny P Angel

Talk Heathen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 84:30


Welcome to Talk Heathen where we have the poetic Lloyd Evans joined by Johnny P. Angel, who actually is not an angel, but rather a legend. This power combo tackles calls with tact and respect!First up is Briar from CO who wants to emphasize how important it is to keep talking about religion and what it takes to get help when leaving a religion. This was especially important for her when she left the JW and she heard Lloyd talk about getting professional help after being in a cult.Next is Jack from PA who is having a hard time with his grandfather, a JW, that turned his back on the family who are not JW. This is because they need to protect their righteousness from anyone who is not a JW. That is how doomsday this organization is. You could say there is an element of cowardice, but it is more likely to be cognitive dissonance. If he were to engage in too much conversation with family who are not JW, his faith might unravel.Setuf in Spain has a question about slavery. She would like to know if slavery can ever be moral. Her belief is that slavery is utterly immoral and should be forbidden. We agree and mention the Bible has specific slavery instructions. Setuf would also like to know if doing things to fetuses without their consent is like slavery. We can't recommend anything because we are a non-profit. Abortion is a political question and this is not a political show. We would like to recommend 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days which is a Romanian film about the topic.Zealous in MO, a first time caller has some thoughts about the etymology of religion. His position is that atheism is a religion because of the etymology. Etymology tells you how a word developed; it does not tell you what the word means. If we play a lot of Call of Duty, we do not belong to the Call of Duty Religion. Can we separate “fan” from “religion” devotee? How is the rejection of religion a religion? How is not collecting stamps a hobby?Alex from Australia presents that there is a quantum order behind abstract paintings and theories. He states that science has proven that mathematics is the way the universe is and holds a belief in a nameless god. This position seems more like deism than theism. Traumatic experiences as a child led Alex to believe these experiences were divine interventions and that the pineal gland did not evolve, but was placed where it is. When you talk about order without religion, that is deism. Here is the problem with divine intervention: Why does god allow millions of people to suffer and die while intervening in another's life? Do we want to worship a god with dreadful prioritization skills? How does having order behind things prove a god?Thank you for tuning in and remember, if you do believe we do not hate you, we are just not convinced. We look forward to future conversations that will continue to be plowed.

Unfazed and Unbothered
Drugs, Guns, & Drama: Traumatic Stories from Our Past pt. 1

Unfazed and Unbothered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 51:32


Tasia and Camo are back with more stories where they had brushes with death and others that are just plain embarrassing. Tasia talks about her days of doing drugs with the wrong people, ending up having to call her mom to bail her out of a meth den and a creepy old man rubbing up on her, as well as a multi-day bender that she barely remembers. Plus, Tasia discusses getting to a point of doing drugs to the point of not caring if she lives or dies. Camo talks about the time he possibly met a serial killer through Grindr while on a family vacation and how a simple DoorDash delivery ended up with a few guys threatening to shoot him dead. But even with all these traumatic experiences, they talk about how their past doesn't define them and neither should your past define you. Download Switchcraft for free on Apple App Store or Google Play and unlock the magical mystery! Check out AdamAndEve.com today, select one item and get 50% off including FREE shipping when you enter offer code UNFAZED Go to elfster.com or download the Elfster app to create a FREE gift exchange to make gift-giving easier! Watch "Unfazed and Unbothered" on YouTube If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/UnfazedandUnbotheredPodcast Follow Tasia on TikTok Follow Camo on TikTok Follow Tasia on IG Follow Camo on IG Follow Camo on YouTube Listen to Camo's music on Spotify  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AEMEarlyAccess's podcast
AEM Early Access 56: Histories of trauma: A qualitative analysis of lifetime traumatic experiences among emergency department patients

AEMEarlyAccess's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 20:46


Emergency medicine clinicians are excellent at identifying and treating physical trauma as a chief complaint, but are often unaware of patients' previous experiences of trauma. The purpose of this study was to describe emergency department (ED) patients' lifetime experiences of trauma.

Rochester Life Messages
Trials #8: Traumatic Moments

Rochester Life Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 36:02


Radio Health Journal
When TBI's Change Personality

Radio Health Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 16:56


Traumatic brain injury can profoundly change the injured in personality and temperament, as well as physically and cognitively. Spouses bear the brunt of these changes to the point many feel like they're living with a stranger. Two experts and the spouse of a TBI victim discuss the many ways life changes after an injury and what can help to get them through the ordeal.

Cultivating Connections
Cultivating Connections # 27 - A Traumatic Experience

Cultivating Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 28:50


A few months ago I took a trip to California and ended up in a hospital with paranoid psychosis. For three days I worried that someone was going to kill me, I didn't sleep, I was so scared that if I did I would not wake up. After 72 hours and a few doses of antipsychotic medication I managed to calm down enough to get myself out of the hospital. I was scared that they would not let me leave, I was still very paranoid and didn't know what was real or not. As I tried to get home to Vermont I felt that I was being followed and watched. I changed my flights multiple times because I thought someone was going to get me. Eventually I made it home. But since that experience I have never fully dealt with it. I have been avoiding and repressing it. I have been using opiates to facilitate that repression. I know I have to face the fear of that experience. That is what I am trying to do now. In this podcast my brother and I talk about how this process is going. - Rory

Michigan Medicine News Break
Resources for helping students cope with trauma after a school shooting | Michigan Medicine

Michigan Medicine News Break

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 5:27


Traumatic news, plus the stress of a pandemic and upcoming holidays, make this a critical time for young people and their parents and school staff. As parents across Michigan try to help their children navigate both a pandemic and the aftermath of a heinous school shooting, a mental health expert provides guidance on how to support the mental health of kids and teens right now.For the full text, please visit: Open talk, open door: Helping kids, teens after a school shooting.Resources:When Terrible Things Happen, from the National Child Traumatic Stress NetworkDisaster, violence and trauma resources from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryResources for Families from SAMHSAResources developed for coping during COVID-19 by the U-M Department of Psychiatry & MC3 ProgramHelping Youth After Community Trauma: Tips for Educators, from the National Child Traumatic Stress NetworkAnyone in Michigan, including students, who is concerned about a school safety issue should contact OK2SAY from Michigan.gov, you can also reach OK2SAY through their tip line at 1-855-565-2729, or by texting to 652729, or by emailing to ok2say@mi.govBlog: A lifeline for primary care amid a crisis in youth mental healthThe U-M Injury Prevention Center's Family Guide to Home Firearm Safety During COVID-19The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available at 1-800-273-8255Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Community Mental Health Services ProgramsYou can subscribe to the Michigan Medicine News Break on Apple, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and check out all of the shows on the Michigan Medicine Podcast Network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Running is Cheaper Than Therapy
Ask The Doc- Common Traumatic Cycling Hand Injuries

Running is Cheaper Than Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 21:24


This final episode of season three will be in the series Ask The Doc. Stay tuned to learn about my two injuries, treatments and what you can do in a similar situation.  Episode Highlights:  My bike injury in July 2021 and the injuries that resulted Seeking treatment for my Triangular Fiber Cartilage Complex tear (TFCC) Immobilizing my wrist  Persistent wrist pain and palm tenderness Everything you need to know about Triangular Fiber Cartlidge Complex tear (TFCC) Everything you need to know about hook of hamate fracture Past episodes mentioned   The Doctor Is The Patient   Saddle Sores- What Are They? How to Prevent Them? How to Treat Them?    Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email runningischeaperthantherapyolb@gmail.com. To subscribe and review use one links of the links below  Apple Spotify Google  Get a copy of the book  Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy: A Journey Back to Wholeness

KTUH Online
Kwok Talk: Anti-Semitism and Traumatic Memory

KTUH Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 58:29


Guests: Daphne Desser, associate professor Department of English Hannah Pierson, graduate student Department of Psychology Discussion: Healing power of memoirs, cultural trauma, and collective memory; Anti-semitism in Hawai‘i and the link to COVID.

Heartbreak to Happiness
Bereavement and Breakup - The Two Most Traumatic Life Experiences, with Samantha Ruth

Heartbreak to Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 29:08


Samantha Ruth is a Psychologist, Expert Grief + Anxiety Coach, Speaker, and Best Selling AuthorHer mission is to change the way the world views mental health, so people can openly speak about whatever issues they have and get the help they not only need but deserve without fear of judgment, labels, and repercussions.

TOXIC SICKNESS RADIO SHOWS & LABEL RELEASES
YAMI YAMA / EXTREME IS EVERYTHING INVITES TRAUMATIC / EP60 / TOXIC SICKNESS / NOVEMBER / 2021

TOXIC SICKNESS RADIO SHOWS & LABEL RELEASES

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 61:36


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TOXIC SICKNESS RADIO SHOWS & LABEL RELEASES
SIDELNIKOV / EXTREME IS EVERYTHING INVITES TRAUMATIC / EP60 / TOXIC SICKNESS / NOVEMBER / 2021

TOXIC SICKNESS RADIO SHOWS & LABEL RELEASES

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 63:15


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TOXIC SICKNESS RADIO SHOWS & LABEL RELEASES
CREATURE / EXTREME IS EVERYTHING INVITES TRAUMATIC / EP60 / TOXIC SICKNESS / NOVEMBER / 2021

TOXIC SICKNESS RADIO SHOWS & LABEL RELEASES

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 64:20


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Far Out With Faust (FOWF)
Rewriting Traumatic Code to Optimize Performance | Dr. Don Wood

Far Out With Faust (FOWF)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 98:39


On this episode of the Far Out with Faust podcast, we're delving into the necessity of exposing and resolving dysfunctional programming caused by childhood trauma to achieve peak performance, stress relief, and happiness. Dr. Don Wood, creator of the Inspired Performance Method, is a psychologist who applies the principles of neuroscience to transform destructive thought patterns and optimize performance on a cellular level. Dr. Wood was inspired to continue his education to discover whether he could facilitate the recovery of his wife and daughter from autoimmune disorders. He's written two books: You Must Be Out of Your Mind, and Emotional Concussions.He tells Faust that before any progress can be made, we need to understand that a person's “atmospheric conditions” are responsible for making us who we are. Hint: it's got nothing to do with the weather outside.Learn how to determine what state you're in (it's not a geography lesson), and how this colors your worldview in ways you may not even be conscious of. We're getting into the undeniable relationship between our emotions and mental and physical well being, and how the “code” our brains write can be hazardous to our health. Stay tuned to hear Dr. Wood's hypothesis on how this ties into your genetics — it will change the way you look at sickness and chronic disease.Find out about glitches — and how they're preventing you from reaching your potential.In several revealing moments, Faust goes “far back,” recounting how he's been able to overcome much of the painful programming from his childhood.Wood's methods have led him to become a respected authority in the world of elite sports training. Hear his inspiring accounts of working with professional athletes — including Kenyan marathon runner Marco Cheseto, a world record holding double amputee, Spartan champion and special forces green beret Rob Killian, and golf's long drive champion Tim Burke.Learn exactly what it means (scientifically speaking) to be “in the zone,” and how Wood coaches these athletes to perform at levels their competitors can't touch.It wouldn't be Far Out if we didn't bring it all back to the infinite wisdom of the universe, and the perfect beauty of nature, in the end.Learn more about Dr. Don Wood:https://www.inspiredperformanceinstitute.com/Connect on:YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTKWCHeUmPZSqkvuRTblajAFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/inspiredperformanceinstituteTwitter:https://twitter.com/inspiredperfor2Order his books:https://smile.amazon.com/You-Must-Out-Your-Mind/dp/1387571338/ref=pd_bxgy_img_1/131-7279873-6195132?pd_rd_w=YBZX8&pf_rd_p=c64372fa-c41c-422e-990d-9e034f73989b&pf_rd_r=MZ9VBGPFDKVRQ59FY18X&pd_rd_r=c576ac69-fe57-458f-8093-30e90fb9bd96&pd_rd_wg=tbVXf&pd_rd_i=1387571338&psc=1https://smile.amazon.com/Emotional-Concussions-Understanding-Experiences-Throughout/dp/0578679108/ref=pd_bxgy_img_1/131-7279873-6195132?pd_rd_w=SfdNM&pf_rd_p=c64372fa-c41c-422e-990d-9e034f73989b&pf_rd_r=J7143ZBP40Z6WQN9SNTA&pd_rd_r=7a09c32f-db0d-4173-a4e8-7404d79786d1&pd_rd_wg=PXdpM&pd_rd_i=0578679108&psc=1

The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW
158: Episode 159 - The Traumatic Effects of Anger

The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 39:38


Happy Podcast Day, Day After Thanksgiving, And Black Friday! And no matter what you feel about any of those things, I send you love. Today on the pod we are discussing the lifelong effects of being raised in an angry, rageful, chaotic environment, or however this translates to your experience (don't worry - we make room for everyone.) You have far more power than you realize to affect your emotional and physical health, and we discuss lots of ways for you to consider this! Join us. XOXO n. ALSO, Black Friday DEALS ABOUND! My next VIRTUAL RETREAT WEEKEND, May 13-15, 2022 is $100 off from now until Sunday, 11/28 at noon. You will receive a copy of my FFCP Course and 4 original guided mediations FREE when you sign up (to use yourself or gift to another for the Holidays!) Click here to join us: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/freedom-from-chronic-pain-virtual-weekend-with-nicole-sachs-lcsw-tickets-210512597847 For BLACK FRIDAY Curable is offering 60% off a year's membership. Click here! www.getcurable.com/nicole My next retreat - LIVE and in person: APRIL RETREAT AT THE ART OF LIVING RETREAT CENTER 4/8-4/10 click below! https://artoflivingretreatcenter.org/event/faculty/nicole-sachs/freedom-from-chronic-pain/ Past virtual retreats recordings available for sale now on my website: https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/buy-retreat-recordings FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN course: https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/course FREEDOM FROM AN ANXIOUS LIFE course: Click here for all the details and to purchase! PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW THE PODCAST HERE TO HELP OTHERS FIND IT! If you are interested in supporting the many free resources I offer to get this message to the global community, please consider donating to my cause on my website, www.thecureforchronicpain.com. Look for the DONATE button on the home page. Thank you so much! ALL MY RESOURCES: Instagram: Follow me on insta @nicolesachslcsw for tons of new content Website: The Cure for Chronic Pain YouTube: The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW Book: The Meaning of Truth Online Course: FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN FB Closed Group:JournalSpeak with Nicole Sachs, LCSW OMEGA General info: OMEGA INSTITUTE Subscribe Apple Podcasts Deezer iHeart RadioPublic RSS Spotify

Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.
EP45: Ben's Story - Traumatic Loss And Keeping The Faith

Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 46:38


Sorry, this one is heart-wrenching,  but its an important episode to share. Ben ran a youth group, fresh out of college, and formed some amazing bonds with some amazing kids. One day Ben received news that the one of the kids that he was close with, had died in a BMX accident.  More trauma was to come for Ben and his wife, when they found out that the three small children they had been fostering for years, had been approved to return to their biological parents, just moments before the adoption was being finalized. He recounts their last Christmas as a family, knowing this would be the last time he would ever see them, and the renewed feelings of loss and abandonment. Through further rejection, job loss, and financial hardship, Ben never gave up, kept his faith, and trusted the process. It's a wonderful and emotional episode. Links from Ben:Ben's Podcast 'Threads': www.threadspodcast.com Grief Help: https://www.griefshare.org/Fostering Info LA: https://casala.org/The Original Handlebar Jack Ultraportable Bicycle Repair Stand. Use code 'WTFMU' and proceeds will go to www.foodonfoot.orgSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Wtfmupodcast)

Lets Have This Conversation
Alleviating Chronic Pain Caused by Negative Thoughts & Past Traumas with: Suzanne Ellison

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 24:47


Traumatic events are a near-ubiquitous human experience. A general population survey conducted in 24 countries showed more than 70% of respondents experienced a traumatic event, and 30.5 percent had experienced four or more events, according to Boston University. Individuals with health symptoms hire Suzanne Ellison to alleviate their chronic pain which they don't realize is caused by negative thoughts and past traumas. She learnt through her personal experience of having anxiety, depression and ending up on an operating table how powerful our thoughts are in creating our personal reality of life. She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://suzanneellison.coach/ Facebook: @SuzanneEllison LinkedIn: @SuzanneEllison

Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast
357: HOME BIRTH STORY - Peaceful Home Water Birth After Traumatic First Birth Center Birth with Briahnna Roy and Jeremy Scott (Rebroadcast)

Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 71:57


Today's birth story features Briahnna Roy and Jeremy Scott, a couple sharing their journey to home birth.  For their first baby, Briahnna and Roy chose to deliver in a birth center. The experience wasn't everything they wanted, and when it came time to decide on the location for baby number two, they opted for home birth.  From Briahnna: “The second birth was incredible. It was the most unreal, beautiful experience. Everything was so calm. I was very quiet and so in control. I was surprised by myself. I can honestly say that it was not painful. It was everything I ever wanted.” Links: Briahnna and Roy's Youtube Channel “ReadyScottsGo”: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChtvyYJ7xRVehO5UydyHZAw Doing It At Home book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3vJcPmU DIAH website: https://www.diahpodcast.com/ DIAH Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3jKtIYv DIAH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingitathome/ DIAH YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pzuzQC DIAH Store: https://yoursuccessfulhomebirth.com/ DIAH Merch: https://bit.ly/3qhwgAe  Donate to DIAH: https://bit.ly/3qgm4r9

MicCHEK
Ep. 93 - Indigenous Author's first book details true story of family's traumatic past

MicCHEK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 29:56


In this episode we sit down with Victoria Indigenous author Wendy Proverbs to discuss her new book, "Aggie and Mudgy: The Journey of Two Kaska Dena Children". The true story details the long and frightening journey her mother and aunt were forced to take after being torn from their community and placed in a residential school in central BC.

Motivation and Inspiration Interviews with Professor of Perseverances
Ep 112 Survivor of Traumatic Car Accident, Jennifer Pilates, Share Her Journey To Turning Pain Into Empowerment

Motivation and Inspiration Interviews with Professor of Perseverances

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 48:06


Jennifer Pilates started her Pilates practice over 20 years ago after being in a traumatic car accident. She had no idea that her Pilates rehabilitative program would not only change her physically but also alter the direction of her life. Through Pilates, Jennifer was guided to a deeper understanding of the Body, Mind, and Spirit which enhanced her spiritual gifts and elevated her abilities as an intuitive empath.  Website: https://jenniferpilates.com/ Empowered Within Podcast: https://jenniferpilates.com/the-podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.pilates.1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejenniferpilates/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferpilates/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenniferpilates   To learn more about James, visit Professor of Perseverance. You may also contact him through email, James@professorofperseverance.com or call 615 – 336 – 2181

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
IMO warns that traumatic winter is ahead

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 5:43


Dr Ina Kelly, President of Irish Medical Organisation, reacts to the publication of the HSE's Winter Plan.

The Hitched Podcast: Perfecting Your Marriage
Episode 620: How Childhood Trauma Impacts Boys and Girls Differently

The Hitched Podcast: Perfecting Your Marriage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 32:59


Researchers suspect more than half of all kids experience at least one traumatic event in their childhood. The number of events and the gender might impact behavior. Dr. Karen Sherman dives into two BYU studies.

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
37: Waking Up to Miraculous Talents

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 34:06


Traumatic brain injuries can be life-altering. Imagine surviving one and coming out the other side completely different. Furthermore, imagine suddenly being able to do things you've never done, like master a musical instrument, instantly calculate huge sums in your head or recall the events of your life to a new depth of detail. On this episode, we take a look at acquired savant syndrome and how life-threatening accidents can lead to unexplained abilities. This week's sponsors: 3 Day Blinds - Right now you can get 3 Day Blinds buy one get one 50% off deal on custom blinds, shades and drapery. For a FREE, NO charge, NO obligation consultation just head to 3DayBlinds.com/STRANGE and mention our code STRANGE. Canva - Design like a pro with Canva Pro! Right now, you can get a FREE 45 day extended trial when you use our promo code! Just go to Canva.me/STRANGE to get your FREE 45 day extended trial. BetterHelp - Special offer for Strange & Unexplained listeners: get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/DAISY. Allbirds - Give comfort, and feel joy this holiday season. Find your own pair or one to gift at allbirds.com today.

Let’s Talk And Heal
Leslie's Traumatic Childhood Story .

Let’s Talk And Heal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 74:54


In this episode Leslie describes her life changing experience with being raped as a 6 year old child by a family member . She also goes into detail on her relationship with her father and how it took a turn for the worst when she needed him the most. Not only did she go thru the heartache of being raped but also had to endure her fathers suicide. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Down to Birth
#133 | Julie's Birth Story: Redemption in Home Birth After a Traumatic Midwife Hospital Birth

Down to Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 43:47


When Julie was 40+4 she had a slow leak but no contractions. Eagerly, she went to the hospital where she was admitted and encouraged to "get things going" by breaking her water.  She started Pitocin and when it came time to push, her baby was born with meconium and shoulder dystocia and was helicoptered to a nearby hospital with a NICU. Devastated, poorly treated by hospital staff, and left in the dark about what was happening to her baby, Julie drove hours to get to her newborn who was being treated for possible brain damage.. Thankfully, her baby was fine, but she was not.  When she became pregnant the second time, she realized in order to overcome her fear and anxiety, she needed to educate herself and take more authority over her own birth experience. She found a home birth midwife who reviewed her medical records, smiled, and said, "This shouldn't have happened and it won't  happen again." Tune in today to hear Julie's redemptive home birth story and how it changed her for life.  * * * * * * * * * *Connect with us on Instagram @DownToBirthShow, where we post new information daily related to pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. You can reach us at Contact@DownToBirthShow.com. We are always happy to hear from our listeners and appreciate questions for our monthly Q&A episodes. To submit a question, visit the Down To Birth website or send us a voice memo through Instagram messenger.This show is sponsored by:Postpartum Soothe*Beautiful Births & Beyond**Use promo code DOWNTOBIRTHConnect with Cynthia and Trisha at:Instagram: @downtobirthshow on InstagramEmail: Contact@DownToBirthShow.comCall: (802) 438-3696 (802-GET-DOWN)Connect with Cynthia:Email: Cynthia@HypnoBirthingCT.com Text: 203-952-7299 to RSVP to attend a free information session live on Zoom. Upcoming dates are posted at HypnoBirthingCT.com. You can also sign up for our Fourth Trimester Workshop,  Breastfeeding Workshop or Cynthia's HypnoBirthing classes and weekly postpartum support groups at HypnoBirthing of Connecticut. Connect with Trisha at:Email: Trisha.Ludwig@gmail.com for online breastfeeding consulting services or text 734-649-6294 for more info.Remember - we're in CT but you can be anywhere. We serve women and couples coast to coast with our live, online monthly HypnoBirthing classes, support groups and prenatal/postpartum workshops. We are so grateful for your reviews and shares - we love what we do and thank you all for your support! Please remember we don't provide medical advice, and to speak with your licensed medical provider related to all your healthcare matters. Thanks so much for joining in the conversation, and see you next week!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/cynthiaovergard)

The Covert Narcissism Podcast
How to Save Our Kids During a Traumatic Divorce with a Narcissist

The Covert Narcissism Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 24:50


Psychologist Dr. Erica Ellis joins us in this episode. She brings wonderful expertise regarding high conflict divorce and how to protect the children. Dr. Ellis is not only a licensed psychologist, but also a best-selling author, and a leading expert on child centered divorce. After working with over 1,000 divorcing families, many of which were high-conflict, over the past 30 years, she has discovered the crucial steps that every parent must take to protect their children and create a healthy future for their new family. For more information on her programs, click below: How to Co-Parent with a Narcissist The 30-Day Divorce Triage With her unique approach to divorce, Dr. Ellis has helped countless families navigate the divorce process in a way that reduces conflict, stress, and uncertainty, and sets the children up for a lifetime of healthy relationships, emotional stability, and personal success. The questions addressed in this episode include: 1) From a psychological perspective, why is it important to understand the difference between a true narcissist vs a person whose behavior/emotions have significantly deteriorated during the stress of a marriage ending? 2) Given how important it is to have realistic expectations for your narcissistic ex's behavior, can you talk about why parenting itself poses such a challenge for them and how this tends to play out in their relationship with their children? 3) All of those challenges often leave the other parent feeling totally hopeless, helpless, and lacking any ability to protect themselves and their children from any further emotional damage. Can you talk about this sense of powerlessness and your thoughts about how to help people get beyond it? 4) I know that your main focus is on helping parents learn how to best protect their children from divorce-related damage. How is it possible to accomplish that goal when dealing with a narcissistic parent? For more information on her programs, click below: How to Co-Parent with a Narcissist The 30-Day Divorce Triage --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/covertnarcissism/support

The Anna & Raven Show
Friday October 29, 2021: Traumatic Scary Movie Scene; Mischief Night; Pumpkin Cocktails

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 43:14


Everyone talks about the greatest Christmas songs of all time, but what about the greatest Halloween songs?  Anna decided to come up with her own list of the top 5 and, believe it or not, it's more than just Monster Mash! (:30) What scary horror movie scene still haunts you?  Anna couldn't believe how many Americans are still creeped out by a particular scene that they saw in their childhood!  (3:02) Every Friday, Raven's wife Alicia calls in to give Raven a grade on how good of a husband he's been this week!  Alicia is someone who prides herself on her Halloween costumes, so Raven's costume game better be on point if he expects a good grade!  (9:04) Have you ever gone out and pranked people on mischief night?  Anna was always too afraid of getting into trouble, but Raven did something in his youth that he's ashamed of to this day!  (13:03) It's time to play Halloween Candy Autopsy!  Anna is going to read the ingredients of a popular candy (in her witch voice!) and all you have to do is guess which candy she is describing! (22:08) Chef Plum from the Food Network has been calling in every day this week with different pumpkin recipes.  But today, Plum is live in the studio to show Anna and Raven how to make some pumpkin cocktails!  (24:32) Leo loves to scare all the kids on Halloween when they come to his home to trick or treat. He hides in the garage with a chainsaw, pretends to be a prop then comes to life. His wife, Alison, says it's too much and it's embarrassing. He says that it's Halloween, parents and kids expect it, it's fun! Whose side are you on?  (32:01) Maria has got a shot at $400!  Can she beat Raven in pop culture trivia and claim the jackpot?  (39:00)

Happiness through Hardship
67. Linda Remillard: A Traumatic Birth Led to a Beautiful Life - Embracing Disabilities

Happiness through Hardship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:21


Trust in yourself - wise words from today's guest on "Happiness through Hardship" - The Podcast. Linda Remillard is a nurse, cancer survivor and incredible mother of three children. She has faced life's challenges with grace, resiliency, and determination. At 26 years old, after experiencing a traumatic birth with her son, Bret, Linda immediately knew she would devote her life to learning, advocating and caring for him. Linda has created a beautiful life raising a child with developmental disabilities and a seizure disorder. She's here to share her story as one mom who has faced the true meaning of strength and hope through parenting and beyond. Linda's words can inspire you to trust in yourself no matter what hardship you're facing. SHOW NOTES 4:53 - Linda talks about how her healthy pregnancy quickly took a turn 6:35 - The silence when Linda's son Bret was born 7:36 - Bret has his first seizure 8:39 - Linda knows she has to be there for her son 10:27 - Linda's new life at home begins 12:08 - Finding out Bret was going to grow up with developmental disabilities 13:50 - Linda tries to help people understand Bret's differences 16:38 - Bret has his first Grand Mal seizure 20:33 - Linda talks about coping 23:51 - The importance of developing little rituals for ourselves 26:37 - Linda shares how important her support system was for her 34:22 - Linda as an advocate for Bret 37:42 - Linda gives advice to other parents 43:41 - Linda and Caryn play The Grateful Game CONNECT with us www.PrettyWellness.com/podcast - for more information on the podcast episodes 
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With a Dog
Our Most Traumatic Dog Parenting Mistakes w/ Underappreciated Dog Dad

With a Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 56:21


I've brought my Dog Zaddy on the pod and we're recounting our biggest dog parenting mistakes! We cover everything from a McDonald's parking lot disaster, to wedding pictures, to bulk making your own dog food.  Hope you enjoy and learn from our mistakes!FOLLOW US ON:InstagramTikTokFacebook

The Yummy Mummy
When Something Traumatic Happens

The Yummy Mummy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 19:19


Our mailman was shot and murdered yesterday in broad daylight less than 100 feet from our house, literally right across the street. My brain offered food as the solution. Food is clearly not the solution. The solution is to feel all my feelings. In this episode you will learn what to do when something traumatic happens in regards to eating. You are not bad or wrong if you eat to cope, I just want you to know there is a choice in the matter. And remember to go hug your people, nothing is guaranteed.If you are ready to work together and learn how to feel your feelings instead of eat them go to lauraconley.com/work-with-me, and get your cute booty on the waitlist for our January YMX. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
Journal Review in Trauma Surgery: Pigtail Catheters for Traumatic Hemothorax

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 33:12


Large diameter 26-32Fr chest tubes are the treatment of choice at many institutions for the treatment of traumatic hemothorax, but does the currently available data support that? Are there better options available? Join our team as we discuss the The Small 14-French (Fr) Percutaneous Catheter vs. Large (28-32Fr) Open Chest Tube for Traumatic Hemothorax (P-CAT): A Multi-center Randomized Clinical Trial by Dr. N Kulvatunyou et al to address this question.  Hosts:  Elliott R. Haut, MD, PhD, a senior, nationally recognized name in trauma and acute care surgery at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Haut is a past president of The Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST).  Marcie Feinman, MD, MEHP, the current program director of General Surgery Residency at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and editorial board member of SCORE. She received her Masters in Education in the Health Professions from Johns Hopkins.  David Sigmon, MD, MMEd, a PGY-6 resident at the University of Illinois at Chicago who plans on going into trauma surgery. He did two years of research in surgical education at the University of Pennsylvania where he also received his Master's in Medical Education.  Journal Articles The Small 14-French (Fr) Percutaneous Catheter vs. Large (28-32Fr) Open Chest Tube for Traumatic Hemothorax (P-CAT): A Multi-center Randomized Clinical Trial. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33843831/  Randomized Clinical Trial of 14-French (14F) Pigtail Catheters versus 28-32F Chest Tubes in the Management of Patients with Traumatic Hemothorax and Hemopneumothorax. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33415448/ Randomized clinical trial of pigtail catheter versus chest tube in injured patients with uncomplicated traumatic pneumothorax. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24375295/  14 French pigtail catheters placed by surgeons to drain blood on trauma patients: is 14-Fr too small? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23188235/  A Prospective Study of 7-Year Experience Using Percutaneous 14-French Pigtail Catheters for Traumatic Hemothorax/Hemopneumothorax at a Level-1 Trauma Center: Size Still Does Not Matter https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28795207/  A History of Thoracic Drainage: From Ancient Greeks to Wound Sucking Drummers to Digital Monitoring https://www.ctsnet.org/article/history-thoracic-drainage-ancient-greeks-wound-sucking-drummer s-digital-monitoring Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.