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  • 00:57

    The Rational Basis of Happiness®: Assertiveness vs Aggressiveness

    in Psychology

    This week's topics:



    Why did my 16 year old lose interest in friends, school, dating, and family?
    My 12 year old needs discipline but I don't know how.
    Assertiveness vs aggressiveness is a learnable skill. 
    I was psychologically abused by a radio Shock Jock when I was a minor.
    Anger is not a disease.
    I want to trick to my depressed grandmother into thinking that she has a secret admirer.


     


     The Rational Basis of Happiness® with Dr. Ellen Kenner. Dr. Ellen is a clinical psychologist and co-author of the selfish path to romance. Each week Dr. Ellen answers questions from listeners on a range of personal issues (e.g., family, parenting, work issues) 


     Contact Dr. Ellen:


     (877) DRKENNER
    ellenk@drkenner.com


    www.drkenner.com


     

  • 00:03

    Assertiveness

    in Entertainment

    When is the right time to be assertive?

  • 00:29

    GOD's [Guiding Our Daughters] Blog

    in Women

    Women and children are victimized at alarming rates, and most assaults occur domestically. We are taught by examples both blatantly and subliminally, to keep home matters quiet, to avoid the possibilities of even more dire effects. We wear cosmetics to cover scars, whether than repair our foundations to heal wounds. We dress either too conservatively, or loosely, disguising and/ or trying to fit in. We keep secrets; safeguarding things that are, or should be prohibited, as if making the violation taboo will make it stop, vanish or erase from memory. And worst of all... We are often so programmed by society to hate ourselves (our images, our voices, our lineages, and our race) that we subconsciously hate each other, thus passing on the torch of emptiness. We compare and judge each other; the prettiest is admired, but loathed simultaneously. The wealthy or happy are envied with contempt. We even go as far to BLAME OURSELVES for the abuse that absolutely, no one, ever, deserves. Well, we need to WAKE-UP!!! It's time to see the significance in ourselves and each other. It's time to disrobe of the disillusion that we have to be competitive, secretive, envious and at fault of abuse. Plain and simple…We need to Stand-Up and Up-Lift each other! Man, Woman and Child!! But since children and women are the most vulnerable… Let’s all take a stand in helping each other thrive, by sharing our experiences for wisdom and strength. Let’s lookout for our children and practice accountability instead of division. Let’s reflect the GOD within our souls. YES – the GOD within our souls, by being loving, nurturing, empathetic and protective. 


    Welcome to GOD's [Guiding Our Daughters] Blog by Nicia De'Lovely


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  • 00:44

    Networking Getting Organized To Maximize Your Efforts

    in Self Help

    Now that we are in a New Year are you looking for more clients, bigger contracts or new connections?  Do you want to maximize your efforts the next time you are networking? Join me as Tish Times author of the Networking Playbook shares techniques to maximize your networking efforts.


    Tish is a networking expert, coach, professional facilitator, speaker, and trainer. She is a frequent speaker for professional associations and conferences regarding business development, workplace improvement, communication, confidence building, assertiveness in the workplace and a host of other issues. Because of Times’ expertise and skill, her workshops, one-to-one consultations, group facilitation, and individual performance coaching are not the typical “packaged” programs. Her ability to address free-flowing dialogue and inquiry allows individuals and groups to grow past their own obstacles and develop tools for success.


    Most recently Tish has developed the Unstoppable Confidence Networking University, a training academy that teaches a systematic, sincere and effective approach to networking to produce lucrative bottom line results.  Tish Times is an International Best Selling Author of  “Bold is Beautiful, Breakthrough to Business Strategies”,  the author of “OMG! 10 Super Simple Steps for Career Success” and “The Networking Playbook”. 


    Want a FREE audio book? Go to Audible.com and you can get one. Listen to today’s podcast to find out which book I recommend for you. 

  • 00:11

    Your Self Estimation - part 1

    in Spirituality

    Ladies Healthy Boundaries are an essential ingredient to a successful and productive manifestation of your positive creations. Practise makes Perfect, exercise your boundaries and constantly review and improve them. Because no one situation is the exact same. Exercise that muscle of Wisdom that is innate within you, DIVINE FEMININE.


    much gratitude


    Zen              www.aryatara.net              peace@aryatara.net

  • 01:01

    Ignite Your Life - Episode 4

    in Motivation

    Assertiveness & Empowerment Coach Jessica Ehrenworth and Anxiety & Stress Reduction Coach Valerie Echter Join Us to help you Ignite Your Life.  Jessica will help you step into your power and stay there in business, life and relationships through finding your own personal Assertiveness Solutions. Valerie will give insight and advice on lifestyle choices that cause stress, anxiety, increased weight, and lack of energy and how to live a happier healhier life. Both Jessica and Valerie will also preview their upcoming radio shows with the Coach on Fire Radio Network

  • 01:00

    Assertiveness Training

    in Spirituality

    Join Dick and his wife, Roberta as they discuss Dick's Assertiviness Training Course. Using actual techniques to teach you how to successfully ask for what you want. Learn to say NO when you want to without guilt and YES when you want to say yes.  Includes: A Philosophy to Live By, The 9 Manipulation Traps, Positive Assertion Techniques and much more. 

  • 02:01

    Reading In The Shade Part 2 - Is William Mean????

    in Entertainment

    Phoenix Calida and William J Jackson took a pole on if William is mean. 
    William is pragmaticially assertive. 

    You can sign up for a monthly dose of assertiveness here. 
    www.patreon.com%2FWineCellarPodcast%3Fty%3Dh&h 


    Or slide in a one time investment by donating here. 
    https://www.paypal.me/PhoenixandWilliam

  • 01:00

    Women, Emotions, and Communication: How to Stay Cool, Calm, and Collected

    in Self Help

    When it comes to women, communication, and emotions, there are multiple sterotypes that come to mind. Over the years, you've probably heard.. 'women are purely emotional and often overreact to situations' or 'women complicate matters by over-analyzing the details of an everything' or 'women aren't effective communicators because they allow their emotions to take over.' Well, that's a load of crap! While women and men may communicate differently, there is no such evidence that women cannot communicate effectively. Tune in to "Women, Emotions, and Communication: How to Stay Cool, Calm, and Collected" promises to be a dynamic and powerful discussion that you can't afford to miss!


    Lisa Marie Pepe is The Confidence Coach for Heart-Centered Women Entrepreneurs, a Business Mentor, Inspirational Author, and Motivational Speaker. She empowers her clients to fully embrace their unique gifts and talents by providing them with the tools they need to have self-confidence, attract abundance, and thrive in the life and business they most desire.To schedule a Free 30-Minute Clarity Consultation with Lisa Marie, please call 203-671-0139.


    Natasha Gayden is the founder of Elevate! Master Coaching. Natasha brings over 20 years of corporate experience identifying and developing high potential talent within individuals and teams. She also has many years of life experience and a track record of helping people get unstuck in their lives. To contact Natasha, please call 678-416-0228.


     

  • 00:16

    Pain Awareness Month Series Session 4-- BASIC RIGHTS part 1 Dignity

    in Current Events

    Just because you’re a person in pain or disabled does not mean that you are less of a person. While the public "TV" view of those with pain, disabilities or special needs is championed there is a different application given to us every day. Where it is fun to do a social event for us and get all kinds of credit from other "normal" people, when it comes to the everyday care for a majority of those with pain we are not considered worth the extra effort needed to take care of us in a busy world.


    In a busy world you must take responsibility for your own care.


    You need to know what can help you, whiners are not listened to because they are more fixed on their troubles rather than the solution to their problems. With so many individuals in need and a major portion of those individuals positioning themselves for a pity party that is difficult to sort out what is being said to healthcare providers.


    Healthcare providers need proactive patients that know who they are, that understand their own situation before they get to the office to be one of many individual patients.


     That said; we do have a set of basic rights that provide healthcare professionals tools to provide better service, better care to us.


    We will talk about the three kinds of how to act assertive at the same time we talk about our basic rights..


    Assertiveness acts in a non-hostle way, is not aggressive.....Assertiveness does not hold back- never acts in a non-assertive way, is not aggressive


    Good Assertiveness  ---   states positively, affirming, declares with assurance

  • 00:57

    Eating in the Light of the Moon: Assertiveness and Speaking the Truth

    in Self Help

    Anita Johnston, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, certified eating disorder specialist, and story-teller, is the author of Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationships with Food Through Myth, Metaphor, and Storytelling, which has been published in six languages


    Dr. Johnston is the Clinical Director of ‘Ai Pono Eating Disorders Programs in Hawaii and Clinical Director of the newly opened residential facility, 'Ai Pono Maui on the island of Maui. She is the Clinical Advisor to Focus Treatment Centers in Tennessee; and is also Senior Clinical Consultant to the EATFED Intensive Out-Patient Program in Sydney, Australia.


    In her work, she uses metaphor and storytelling along with her training as a psychologist to explain the complex issues that underlie disordered eating behavior and other struggles with eating, weight and body image.


    Her latest project is the Light of the Moon Cafe, an online e-course and support circle for women around the world struggling with eating difficulties.


    You can reach her at www.DrAnitaJohnston.com


    Disclaimer: None of the opinions or statements on this show are meant to be professional advice. Do not substitute the dialogue of this show for a qualified mental health professional or medical professional. The purpose of SIGNE'S WEIGH is to educate and bring things to your attention, not be your therapist.