Michele F Rosenthal

Changing Direction W/Michele Rosenthal


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A show about creating change after trauma; why and how to do it. If your life has gotten to a point where you're feeling overwhelmed by posttraumatic stress and symptoms, stuck, stalled or just plain tired of feeling bad it’s time to think about CHANGING DIRECTION. On this program we cover a wide spectrum of topics designed to help you turn yourself around and get headed for healing in the right direction. Michele and her guests shares ideas for how to reduce and manage stress, depression, mood swings, nightmares, insomnia, sadness, anger, grief and pain, plus redefine who you are and reclaim how you live. CHANGING DIRECTION airs in two 30-minute segments each week: Mondays and Wednesdays, 2pm EST/11am PST with guests whose expertise will give you ideas, skills, tools and resources for how to heal after trauma. Bumper music generously provided by Jen Foster, http://www.jenfoster.com

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Craig Meriwether has been described as a ?wake-up? call, giving people the tools and information they need to energize and revitalize their lives, enabling them to end depression and create a life of happiness. He joins the show today to discuss how one needs to rehearse the thoughts and emotions of happiness and joy in order to make them a habit, just like learning to walk or ride a bike. If you've been practicing anger and depression everyday for months then your neuron pathways will be strongest for these emotions; what you train for everyday is what you become better at, so let's reverse the training and practice happiness and love. Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
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Your brain revitalizes and reclaims its creativity, flexibility and strength in many ways. If you've been ignoring your brain and how to help it help you in trauma recovery then it's time to get hip to the truth: You can retrain your brain -- and it... more

Is change possible in your life? On this episode Michele chats with Cynthia Sue Larson, author of QUANTUM JUMPS, about the science by distinguished sources from the fields of psychology, biology, sociology and physics supporting... more

As tragic as trauma is there are ways to find hope for the future and develop your sense of strength, courage and the will to carry on. During this episode Michele will offer 7 hands-on and practical ideas to use in your personal recovery or in... more

Feeling sad because you lost a loved one? Feeling frightened by a near death experience you've had? Author of the #1 international bestseller "We Don't Die - A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death," Sandra Champlain joins Michele to... more

Self-trust after trauma can be a real challenge. How do you reclaim that trust, or develop it for the first time? On this episode Michele outlines a 3-step process to get you on track for moving forward in this area. Michele Rosenthal is a... more

Firefighter Jay Davies' PTSD went undiagnosed for years because of (as he says) "my own stubbornness to be seen as weak and a chink in the armour of the team." But after many rock bottom days Jay came to realize that he is strong... more

Every trauma and PTSD recovery hits a wall - or more than one - at some point. Why does this happen and how do you get past it? This episode exmaines the root cause of how you get stuck and then offers a simple 5-step process for... more

Trauma comes in many forms, shapes and sizes, including the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). How do parents react to seeing their children in such distress, and how do they handle their own? Preemie fathers Joel Brens... more

There are always going to be people who don't understand trauma, PTSD or the effects they create. Which means when you have symptoms or erratic behaviors or get stuck in some dark place in your head there will probably be -- if you're... more

Military sexual trauma (MST) is a real problem for both women and men. On this episode we'll focus on the female perspective. Did you know that research suggests 66% of women in the military report being sexually assualted? Or that... more
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