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For some people, stress and pressure are badges of honor. Many people talk proudly of how much stress they are under. The implication is that these people are stressed because they are doing very important work and have a significant amount of responsibility.
On the other hand, for some people, admitting to having stress is a display of weakness. Women (studies show) feel more comfortable using the term "stress" than men. They describe feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, and tension as stress. Even depression is often described as a symptom or a result of stress.
Whatever we call it, prolonged stress is not healthy and should not be touted as an essential part of life. However, new findings have come to light that tell us it is not the stress itself that is dangerous but whether or not we believe we are stressed. In other words, it's the way we "feel" about stress that makes stress stressful.
So, if we feel stress is harmful and we talk about how bad stress is for us, we make it even worse. If we don't see stress as bad or harmful, it won't be. The power of the mind should not be underrated. You can do lots of simple things to manage your stress. Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, and learn what you can do.
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Tune in LIVE today at 4pm PST to the show ‘Strategies for Coping with Everyday Effects of the Negative Symptoms of ADD’. Justine Ruotolo aka Miss ADD and Chris de Baca will discuss strategies for Lack of Focus, Impulsivity, Procrastination, Difficulty Regulating Emotions, Time Management, Losing things, etc. Please call (917) 889-7025 during the LIVE show to ask questions or share your struggles, tips & suggestions. *All podcasts are also available on iTunes after the broadcast airs*
"Keeping up with my son is draining me dry. He's all over the map!"
"My daughter and her lack of focus is making school a miserable experience for BOTH of us!"
"I'm so tired of people labeling my child!"
As a parent of a child with ADHD, you may have found yourself uttering statements like this. You love your son or daughter, but the unpredictability of his or her ADHD can be exhausting and frustrating. Then when you complain because you've reached your limit, the guilt ensues and you doubt yourself as a parent. Sound familiar?
Over the past 8 years, there has been a 42% increase in diagnoses of ADHD in American children. That means that there are more parents struggling to cope with the daily stress of raising a child with this unique mental disorder. Without some relevant and significant intervention, both parent and child may remain in a cycle of confusion and frustration.
If this is your story as a parent, we've got just the person who can help you. She's Andrea Works, L.P.C. of Ashar Counseling and Psychological Services, LLC. Andrea specializes in working with parents and children. She's here to offer you the kind of practical expertise to help you AND your child thrive beyond the diagnosis of ADHD.
Call in to ask her your questions: 646-716-6910, or log on to our LIVE chat room during the broadcast.
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Happy Mild Wednesday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show topic for today is Coping With Change In The Workplace. There are so many people dealing with change in the workplace. This show will give you information on adapting to change in the workplace. This show will discuss numerous changes that are affecting all people around the world. Listeners will be able to chat via Blog Talk Radio on the Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show, or Listeners can call in at 1-323-870-4011 1-323-870-4011 1-323-870-4011.
You can lose so much during a caregiving experience--your time, your freedom, your friends, your hopes. With all those loses, you can start to feel really empty.
So, how do you stay full?
Join us for Care Break with Bruce McIntyre, who cares for his wife, and Jane Northrop, who cares for her daughter, to share how we all stay full.
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The holiday season can be a time of joy and togetherness or it can be a time of stress, conflict and family tension.
It’s important to realize that when families gather, members may not get along, causing tension and awkward interactions. One option is to avoid holiday gatherings altogether. However, this too can create conflict in the family. If one chooses to attend potentially difficult holiday gatherings and deal with the resulting stress and conflict, Lady Jaz will discuss some way to improve your coping strategies and successfully navigate the family holiday season.
Special guest: Tameka Dean from Baltimore, Maryland, will contribute her expert advice on coping with family feuds during the holiday season.
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Happy Thanksgiving Rob talks about being open to receiving the same as you give out. How cheeriness is an internal blessing as peace is eternal bliss the world is open to receiving right now. How does the world see it-self as victim of history rather than mystery of mystical magnificence? I talk about how I taught myself as taught myself to live in history as i now have expanded into understanding my spiritual self experiences the bliss of life to realize me and all the people are a blessing to the world. How will unattaching from history misery open the way for me and you to write a novel of entertaining insight brighten the world into a bountiful bliss. I now understand the world had to lessen its values for the leaders of the world today to come into co-called power...
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This show will address anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive eating. I will also explore coping with death and dying and sudden changes in behavior.
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Tonight's special guest is Vicki Polin, MA, LPCC, LCPC, from the Dancing Tree Wellness Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) with over 30 years of experience working in the trauma field in various capacities, Vicki has worked with individuals who want to learn how to empower themselves, along with working with couples and families. Her experience includes working with adults who are looking to over come a full array of issues, such as overcoming traumatic events from childhood and also as adults. Over the years Vicki has provided assistance to survivors of sexual violence (both male and female survivors), domestic violence, political torture, bullying, life transitions and those experiencing health issues. She's also provided counseling to professionals experiencing burn-out, compassion fatigue and vicarious victimization. Vicki is forming a new FREE Networking Group for adult survivors of childhood trauma. This group is open to adult survivors of childhood trauma (emotional, psychological, physical and sexual abuse). The NETWORK offers survivors a place to share ideas, connect with others and learn new skills. The Networking Group will begin December 1, 2014. My goal as a psychotherapist is to work with individuals, couples and families who are having difficulty adjusting, experiencing depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and or dissociation, in response to life changing events." Vicki explains. "As a therapist I do my best to assist my clients on their journey to discover healthy coping mechanisms so that they are able to overcome obstacles -- making it possible for them to live happy, productive and fulfilling lives."