SORT BY Relevancy
Self-soothing behaviors are behaviors everyone utilizes to consciously or subconsciously alleviate any type of stress or anxiety. When we are aware of our version of self-soothing we can manipulate our five senses to change our mood or behavior. In this episode you will learn how you are influenced by your five senses and what your “go-to” sense is for decreasing certain emotions.
My guest today is Michelle Tittl-Grill, B.S., a food scientist and a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. She is going to explain how food is created and the five flavor profiles that influence our sense of taste. Understanding how food affects us may help those who struggle with overusing self-soothing behaviors with their sense of taste.
For more information please visit: www.JamesMillerLifeology.com. Don’t forget to subscribe to this podcast and to my YouTube channel: JamesMillerLifeology where you will receive 3 minute daily life lessons. Also, at www.JamesMillerLifeology.com you may enroll in the Lifeology Academy courses I created specifically for successful people like you. You will simplify and transform your life.
in Self Help
Some destructive behaviors are easy to identify & some are not. Why is it that we can continue to partake in negative activity, even when we know it is harmful? Why are we not willing to seek out the source of our pain in order to understand why we harm ourselves? Just because some activities are normal & legal, an overindulgence can become negative. The problems first have to be brought to light. Denial & lying to yourself will only prolong your healing. We will share some of our stories & how we were able to overcome some dark periods in our life. There is a way out, you do not have to stay stuck.
in Self Help
Some destructive behaviors are easy to identify & some are not. Why is it that we can continue to partake in negative activity, even when we know it is harmful? What makes one continue to stay in destruction, whether it is an unhealthy relationship, drug abuse, partying, or an unhealthy lifestyle? Why are we not willing to seek out the source of our pain in order to understand why we harm ourselves? Just because some activities are normal & legal, an overindulgence can become negative. The problems first have to be brought to light. Denial & lying to yourself will only prolong your healing. We will share some of our stories & how we were able to overcome some dark periods in our life. There is a way out, you do not have to stay stuck.
Let's talk about Learned Behaviors. These are behaviors that you learned that were meant to serve as a temporary safety net but you lost sight of that. So now we need to talk about how easily you can deflect yourself from finding out the learned behaviors that are now keeping you from standing in your responsibilities and the accountabilities of making the changes to your thoughts and feelings and learning how to use your emotions as the very tool that will change your life.
When you repeat a learned behaviour often enough it becomes your normal response and you forget that you just needed time with the particular example at a particular moment in time.
You needed time because you were already learning behaviors that kept you safe from those adults that lost control with you because of their own learned behaviours.
It's time to stop the cycle and recognize that the learned behavior is no longer serving you. In fact, it's limiting your choices today and keeping you from the truth.
Join the conversation with Delrae J Bantz from the Life Learning Center of Self!
Tony Bevacqua is an accomplished educator, corporate coach, social advocate and lecturer. He teaches college psychology courses, leads corporate wellness seminars and has a private practice in Los Angeles coaching people who have a desire to better understand their self-determining nature. He has contributed articles to the Journal of Humanistic Psychology and Addiction Professional Magazine. Tony believes we need to rethink the language being used to describe and label the problematic learned coping behavior someone has from excessive habits and addictive behaviors. He feels the words used to describe someone such as “alcoholic,” “drug addict,” “disease,” and “powerless” etc., are deficit-based and emotionally charged, and scare the majority of people away from help-seeking. He also feels these words get internalized and become habitually reinforced as negative self-talk. Conventional thinking believes medicalizing “addiction” as a disease would remove the shame and stigma of these types of behaviors, but Tony believes they actually contribute towards maintaining them. He also encourages the use of language that supports an individual with kindness, compassion and empathy and suggests ways in which this new perspective and approach, can help individuals improve the quality of their thinking which will improve the quality of their behavior. He also advocates for the responsible and ethical use of pharmaceutical drugs and psychiatric practices. For more information about Tony please visit his website http://rehabnomore.com
These 10 behaviors or attributes have been put together for you in this special Law of Attraction podcast so you can begin to match up your behaviors with those who are highly successful. It only makes sense that if you change your behavioral patterns to match those of successful people you will start getting similarly results. Join Miracle Mentor and Alchemy Life Coach Robert Zink, for this Law of Attraction podcast. Start putting the power of success traits and the Law of Attraction to work in your life. This podcast is daily so be sure to subscribe and share on Facebook and other social media.
Be sure to subscribe to this Law of Attraction podcast.
Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit, interviews Kim John Payne, author of The Soul of Discipline: The Simplicity Parenting Approach to Warm, Firm, and Calm Guidance- From Toddlers to Teens. He has been a family counselor for 30 years, and is the father of two teenagers. Rebecca Rozema, an adoption social worker with Bethany Christian Services and their National ADOPTS Program Director. Mom of 5 sons, 2 of which are foster sons.
For a discussion of this show, go to our blog tomorrow http://creatingafamily.org/blog/.
Creating a Family has many free resources related to this topic on our website at www.CreatingaFamily.org.
If you enjoyed this show, we would very much appreciate you leaving us a review on iTunes. Either go to this website (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id266386337) or if you have iTunes on your phone, tablet or computer, simply type in "Creating a Family", click on Ratings/Reviews, and click on the # of stars. It only takes a moment and it really helps others find us. Thanks.
Click to Tweet
Share on Facebook
Control freaks, narcissists, manipulators, and bullies. It takes all kinds, they say, but can your organization afford to employ such toxic personalities? Often clever chameleons, who “kiss up” and “kick down,” they know how and when to disguise their infectiously bad natures. Like a disease, these employees spread negativity throughout the workplace, decreasing productivity and increasing turnover. In this program, Drs. Holloway and Kusy will share their national research study of toxic behaviors with over 400 participants. Learn why these individuals get away with bad behavior, how this occurs in organizations, and what to do about it to impact individual and team performance—and the bottom line.
Dr. Elizabeth Holloway, is a professor at Antioch Univ., Graduate School in Leadership & Change. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and Diplomate in Professional Psychology. She consults with leaders worldwide on systems approaches to supervision, mentoring, coaching, toxicity, and building communities of respectful engagement.
Dr. Mitchell Kusy, a Fulbright Scholar in Organization Development and professor at Antioch Univ., Graduate School in Leadership & Change, was previously head of leadership development for American Express Financial Advisors. Continuing to consult with leaders worldwide, he is author of several business books.
Zena Zumeta, internationally known as both a mediator and trainer of mediators. She is president of the Mediation Training & Consultation Institute, Zena Zumeta Mediation Services, and The Collaborative Workplace in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Zena is a lawyer and a former president of the Academy of Family Mediators.
Changes in the behavior of a person with dementia are very common. Understanding why someone is behaving in a particular way may help you with some ideas about how to cope.
Today’s show will share tips and resources to help you thrive in the midst of caring for someone with these challenging behaviors. For more on this relevant and interesting topic, tune in Thursday 8/28 at 5pm (PDT) via any device that connects you to the internet, or call (949) 270-5908. #LifeisaSacredJourney
?Greetings to all and God bless you. A month ago Lisa Ferentz was due in the studio for an interview but due to weather conditions we had to reschedule come join us August 20, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. CST.
How to take away the sense of shame that accompanies mental health struggles
The first steps a person struggling with mental health issues should take to getting help and treating their triggers
How to approach someone you believe is suffering to offer help or support
Why therapists or other medical professionals are important in helping both those who suffer and their support systems
Self-soothing strategies sufferers can begin using at home
A global issue in need of support to eliminate its stigma, I hope we can work together to share Lisa's powerful and timely insights with your readers. Lisa's book, Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors, is also available upon request.
Lisa Ferentz is a nationally recognized Psychotherapist, Clinical Consultant, and Educator, specializing in the treatment of adolescent and adult trauma, abuse, and neglect. She is the founder and president of The Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy Training and Education, Inc. She was given "The Social Worker of the Year Award" by the Maryland Society for Clinical Social Work in 2009 and is the author of Treating Self-Destructive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors: A Clinician's Guide, now in its second edition, as well as Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors: A Workbook of Hope and Healing.
**Rebroadcast of a popular show.** Blogger, author and coach to women in business Sharon Michaels shares how to recognize those self-limiting beliefs, emotions and habits that may be hindering personal and professional success. Give yourself the power to succeed. It's all about Women Enjoying Success!
Sharon shows you how to do business successfully! Sharon has been a woman in business for over 25 years - she is a coach to entrepreneurial women, author of empowering books for women, radio host and executive producer of not only this radio show but also Entrepreneurial Women Radio. Sharon's mission is to empower women to greater personal and professional success.
Purchase your copy of Sharon's book available on Amazon.com How to Give Yourself the POWER to Succeed
You'll want to subscribe to Sharon's Newsletter: Unlimited Success For Women
Read Sharon's blog - http://WomenWhoWantToSuccessfullyWorkForThemselves.com
Join Host Live Chats
- SecularTalkRadio (48 chatters)
- Angelic Realms Radio (6 chatters)
- EQ Voices (6 chatters)
- The Spiritual Concepts Show (4 chatters)
- Trish Hennessey (3 chatters)
- WGAG Radio (3 chatters)
- Pastor Harry Walther (3 chatters)
- WorldOfInkNetwork (1 chatters)
- Just Us Radio Network (1 chatters)
- Betty Jo Tucker (1 chatters)
- Do Tha Knowledge Radio (1 chatters)