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    MyNDTALK - Caged In Heart - Trillion Small

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    MyNDTALK - Caged In Heart - Trillion Small
    Many children grow into adulthood with unresolved childhood internal wounds that often originated in the home and affected his or her view of self. It doesn't matter if the wound was intentional or not, it still can have the same adverse effects on the child and his or her intimate relationships later in life. One effect is relational hyper vigilance. Relational hyper vigilance can produce issues in your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual functioning. It makes living alone difficult and hinders your ability to form strong, healthy, and secure relationships.
    Trillion Small shines light on the internal wounds that often go unnoticed and to provide a means of relief from the overwhelming burdens they have caused you in relationships. Trillion offers Insight and guidance on how to rest your overworked hyperactive threat system. Trillion helps you find beauty in the ashes of your past experiences.

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    Violence & Psychoanalysis (4)

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    Please join us for additional discussion regarding a psychoanalytic exploration of violence.

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    A Story of Politics, Shame, Fear and the Search For Unlimited Power

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    If the title of this episode sounds like someone you might know you are probably right. One of the more overlooked emotions in psychology and the genesis of what might be termed pathological behavior is shame. Shame is a powerful, intensely painful emotion that emerges when indviduals feel that other people, particularly those important to them, hold them in contempt and disgust. Shame is one of the emotions that shapes the moral norms of a society. When we experience intense shame we try and hide, wish we were invisible and could disappear. We tend to escape shame by conforming to the social demands put upon us by fulfilling the roles that define identity. In males shame can play a very powerful role in defining what it means to be a man among other men. (I will leave for another time the role of shame in the development of women.) In our society being a man very often demands success as a sexual being and as a competitor in sports, the economic marketplace or perhaps politics! Difficulties can arise if a child is held as failing social demands to be a successful man and can do nothing to escape from constant shaming. Boys perceived by significant adults as not being smart, athletic, good looking, or successful enough might well grow up to feel intensely ashamed of their very being. Under certain circumstances such children might well spend their lives fearing any judgments or criticisms that would arouse shame and develop personalities geared to avoid shame at any cost. Such individuals might define economic success in which no amount of money is ever enough. It would not be enough to win at sports but these individuals would find it necessary to humiliate opponents. Bullying others, bragging about sexual exploits and shaming others might well be central to their identities. The search for power would be endless and exhausting.  

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    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. 

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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
     

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    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

  • 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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    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!

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    Mindfulness Insights - change your thinking, change your life.

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    You can heal your life. If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete - - The Buddha
    Mindfulness is an integrative therapy modality:  Western Medicine and Eastern Psychology/Philosophy protocols- strategies and disciplines. 
    Mindfulness Institute integrative therapy modality includes mindfulness meditation to engender one-pointedndess, focus and attention in addition to self- acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, spiritual beliefs, equanimity, and self-nurturing - essential elements in holistic healing. 
    MindfulnessInstitute is a London-based group of practitioners whose expertise is in engaging clients in the transformative stages of holistic healing process. 

  • 00:36

    Dr. Manning Marable Lied On Malcolm X And Was CIA Operative!

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    William Manning Marable (May 13, 1950 – April 1, 2011)[1] was an American professor of public affairs, history and African-American Studies at Columbia University.[1] Marable founded and directed the Institute for Research in    African-American Studies. Marable authored several texts and was active in progressive political causes. At the time of his death, Marable had completed a biography of human rights activist Malcolm X, entitled Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention.   Manning Marable, like Mr. Gordon Parks, was an CIA operative. Marable was hired to discredit leaders of the progressive black nationalist movement; as he had done in the past.   Manning, who is supported by white racist administrations, was paid to discredit the life of Malcolm X by falsify an interview which never involved the human rights leaders family, friends, nor associates.   Dr. Marable Mannings entire "historical contribution" on the life of Malcolm X is a complete lie.   In truth, it is reported that Marable would no longer be muscled by CIA - FBI (Cointelpro) to operate in this kind animalistic behavior and before he could publicly criticize his oppressors he was murdered.   The information is taken and futher distorted by his white racist counter-parts.  This information is verified by the daughter of the slain human rights leader. And this information is from the highest order of officials associated with this gentleman and his life. Marable was known to practice, both, homosexual, biosexual, and heterosexual lifestyles. He was also noted, on several occassion, to insist that every man or woman has, at one time or another, practiced multi-sexual-practice relationships. He was an extreme projector of his weakness on the lives of others.