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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.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Well... maybe not.
The holidays, with all their goodwill and cheer, may incite unpleasant memories and uncomfortable feelings for you. It's often during this time of year when the focus is all about giving, celebrating and togetherness that you may become more acutely aware of the voids in your life. Perhaps you've experienced a recent loss, such as the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or the loss of a job or an opportunity. Maybe it's not loss but loneliness that you feel, and no matter how many parties you attend or how many people you're around, you still feel disconnected.
If any of this describes you, then you need to tune in today. There is a way to unplug yourself from the dread of the holidays, and my guest, Licensed Psychotherapist, Nettie Jones, is here to help you learn to cope with the voids in your life, particularly during the holidays.
Call in, 646-716-6910 or log on to our Javammunity chat room during our LIVE broadcast!
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For some, the holidays are filled with family, friends and fun. For others, the holidays are filled with sadness, loneliness and grief. Here to provide us with some coping strategies to get through the holidays is Diane Pratt, Grief Coach. Diane has been a coach and mentor throughout her business career and has helped and supported many to achieve their goals. After experiencing the loss of her husband and working through her own grief, she was inspired to establish Phoenix4LifeCoaching LLC. Diane is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Certified Spiritual Coach (CSC) who specializes in supporting those who are working through the loss of a loved one, a pet or a major change in their lives. She is passionate about accompanying individuals on their grief journey, to emerge triumphantly building a new future.
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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*
Business of Thursday Health.Well.Fit. - SB Barber Morning Show. Apostle SB Barber talks Street Talk "Mental Anxiety Coping." Hear from VJ Smith, Dr. Kelvin Pleasent, Neva Walker & Dr. Ernest Collins, PhD. Tell someone, share it on social media - "every week Lines are open call-in 646-595-3620.
Get UP! with Juice The Comedian & Kimberly Brown. Brown is Indie Gospel Recording Artist, American Heart Assoc Ambassador & Founder of "Get Up, Get Moving Now" a campaign to promote physical activity.
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ABUSE IN ANY FORM CAN LEAVE SCARS OF STRESS, MENTAL DEPRESSION, FEAR, AND OTHER TRAUMATIC CHANGES IN A PERSON'S LIFE. MY GUEST, JOY JACKSON IS A YOUNG WOMAN ON A LIFE MISSION TO HELP SUPPORT VICTIMS OF ABUSE. TUNE IN TONIGHT AND SPEAK WITH JOY.
24 year old Joy Jackson Is originally from Charleston, SC.. In her life, she has experienced two types of abuse.
She was sexually molested as a child, and was domestically abused in college. Around the age of 22-23, she decided to write a book to help other women and children who were victims of abuse and rape learn how to manage the stress and mental anguish they have experienced. Through the emotional process that comes after being abused, Joy wrote her story and then lead readers into the "self help" portion of her book.She also reaches out to organizations to help caregivers and children of abuse and neglect.She is a woman on a mission to reach out and help motivate others who need support.
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"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.
We are always looking for someone to say we are OK. In one way or another it fuels us to think that others think we are on the right track, that we are doing the right thing, that we are percieved as someone who is not doing anything wrong and that others having nothing they can say about us that is wrong. We are so sensitive because pleasing each other is innate in us and when we are not pleasing others we start to feel like we have to take on protective attitudes to cope. Why is that we seek approval? Tune in and join in on the conversation, tomorrow morning at 5:30 AM, PST!
Not everyone is rejoicing in this great Christmas season. Many are truly dreading December 25th. Apostle LaShawna Holland-Simpson will be sharing some coping techniques. Our Queen of the week is Jeanne Marie Thompson. Book Chat, Pastor Q and Donna, A Christmas Surprise by Lucy Heath
Everyone suffers loss.
But not everyone possesses a grief strategy. Do you?
On this episode of Uplift, writer and success coach-Jaime Pfeffer welcomes guest Nanette Stein to discuss transforming grief and turning pain into power. Stein shares her experiences losing her mother, mother-in-law and brother in a 2-year time period and talks candidly about the coping with the tragedies. Jaime shares simple, powerful ways to move through grief and enjoy your life again. Whether you've lost a loved one to death or are mourning the death of a relationship or a dream, you will walk away from this show feeling uplifted, positive and inspired and armed with tools to move forward in your life. You'll learn Jaime's 3 Essential Daily tools - JAM, Journaling, Attention and Meditation - and how to use them when you're struck with grief. For your free copy of Jaime's Grief-Busting Toolkit, email firstname.lastname@example.org.