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    MyNDTALK - Healing from Heroin ... Dr. Harold Jonas

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    MyNDTALK - Healing from Heroin ... Dr. Harold Jonas
    With nearly 30 years of professional experience, Dr. Harold Jonas is well known in the addiction and recovery industry. In recovery for heroin addiction (clean since 1987), he is responsible for the concept, design and launch of multiple online directories serving the addiction and recovery industry including Sober.com - Learn about Harold's path to recovery, his challenges, his successes and his latest app creation!

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    It's Time To Share Stories

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    My show has always been about the stories we live by. I have discussed how they are constructed, how they are peopled, their content, and their developmental level. I have discussed scientific stories, religious stories, democratic and authoritarian stories. I have run the course talking about stories but not hearing and sharing stories. I am tired being professorial and hearing my own voice. As of next Monday I will come on the air and spend some time ruminating about this and that giving time for folks to call in. I will create a space for sharing stories at the same time each week and announce each show well in advance. So out with the old and in with the new. I hope that I will hear from you

  • 00:08

    "The Art of Letting Go"

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    There is a lot of life wisdom to take from buddhism. No, I am not recommending that anybody change their religious beliefs and become buddhist! I am talking about how learning, practicing, and applying many buddhist principals into your own life, does lead to more peace, joy, and calm. Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Karin Weiri-Kolle, talks about this topic today.

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    Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse

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    Leading psychologist Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder and director of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources joins us today to discuss his book Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. Dr. Jantz will discuss the often-overlooked issue of emotional abuse. He will explain exactly what defines emotional abuse, how surprisingly common the problem is, how silence can be abuse, and why people who have been abused tend to minimize that abuse. He will help listeners come to a better understanding of themselves and their abuser.
    To identify emotional abuse in your own life, go to Jeannie’s blog before you listen and test yourself on the Signs of Emotional Abuse from Dr. Jantz’s book. http://jeanniestjohntaylor.blogspot. com/ 
    Contact Dr. Jantz at www.aplaceofhope.com or www.DrGregoryJantz.com
     

  • 00:42

    Understand Why You Take Responsibility For The Behavior Of Others

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    It feels very natural to take responsitility for the behavior of others. You try to understand why he hits you, why she cheats, why mom or dad is disinterested is you. It's not that you don't have some responsibility, but it is important to seperate your "stuff" and how others treat you. Understanding this is critical for establishing a higher functioning self image and relationships. 

  • 00:45

    Sedimented Violence (1)

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    Please join us for exploration into the ways that violence sediments itself into our language, customs, etiquette, and cultures.

  • 00:29

    The Words We Use

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    This is a podcast about trauma. It all starts with the words we use- with ourselves, with others, and how we allow others to speak to us. Our internal world shapes us and who we become. Join me and my guest Susanne Mealer, LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) in a conversation about how these internal voices get programmed, how it affects us when they go bad, and what we can do to solve the problem.
    www.susannemealer.com
    www.catherinemcounseling.com

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    Exposing the Myth of Therapy-Dr. Brad Reedy

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    That a therapist should present insight to the client is the myth of therapy explained guest Dr. Reedy, Clinical Director and Co-Founder of Evoke Therapy Programs to Lon January 25, 2017.  The therapy session produces much better results, continues Dr. Reedy, when the therapist listens to really understand the client.  Listen as Dr. Reedy explains why providing the client with answers is a common mistake and how and why listening to understand is the real job of a therapist.  [Our thanks to Rich Simpson, owner of Pathways Abroad for providing our intro music]
    Contact:  Dr. Brad Reedy:  866-411-6600 www.evoketherapy.com
    Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 lonwoodbury@gmail.com www.strugglingteens.com
    This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.  To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on  The Woodbury Report  or www. strugglingteens.com

  • 00:29

    They Put A Rope Around Jesus Neck! Hung Him From A Tree!

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    Another reason that the crucifixions took place outside of the city was because of the strict Jewish laws regarding the proximity of dead bodies to the living. Coming into contact with a dead body meant a period of ritual cleansing for uncleanness (Numbers 19:11-22). The Pharisees took this very seriously and all tombs in the city were white washed so that no one could accidentally come into contact with them and be ceremonially unclean. In addition, there was the fact that anyone who "hung on a tree" was cursed. "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree" (Galatians 3:13).  This is a quote from Deuteronomy. "His body shall not remain all night upon the tree, but thou shalt in any wise bury him that day; (for he that is hanged is accursed of God;) that thy land be not defiled, which the LORD thy God giveth thee for an inheritance" (Deuteronomy 21:23). Therefore, the body of any Jew that was hanged or crucified had to be taken down before the beginning of a new day or there was defilement. This practice was accepted by the Roman government as a way to keep the peace with the Jews.  Where was Jesus crucified? Golgotha is where Jesus was crucified by the Romans and it was a place where capitol punishment was meted out. If the Jews had punished Jesus, He would have been stoned. Therefore, the sovereignty of God and the fulfillment of Scripture were perfectly accomplished at the "place of the skull." 

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    Dance Moms,Real Housewives Nene, Cynthia, Phaedra, Apollo,

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    Dr. Holly fake????
    Lives of wealth and ...
    And Honey Boo Boo too
    Jimmy Kimmel's head

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    TalkPsychwithAlexandKarolina; Bullying

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    Hello Everyone, Thanks for stopping by and tuning in!  We have a show every Monday night from 11:00p.m.-11:30p.m. est we talk about a variety of popular topics of psychology and sociology, and a mix of everything in between.  Every week we have a discussion about something that is important in our lives, or what we feel we should be talking about that day!  Join us this we as we discuss a very important issue and problem that is occuring in the American school system today, and that is bulleying.  So please join us as we discuss this difficult topic, and give suggestions on how to stand up to that school bully, as well as giving you some very personal emotional situations to help you relate to it!  Thanks for stopping by and tuning in we greatly appreaciate your listen, and tell 5 of your friends about us!