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Today topic is a part 2 of How does Defense Mechanisms protect you? Listen in as Andre Ogburn and Kimberley Hart - Ogburn talks about how defense mechanisms. Personality defenses (coping techniques, defense mechanisms) are important things in that they strongly influence the ease with which people are able to form and maintain healthy relationships and reject unhealthy relationships. Developing organically in response to frustrating, difficult and painful situations and experiences, they function as the human equivalent of a computer firewall, helping to defend against hurtful and abusive relationships, while hopefully also allowing healthy and nurturing relationships to pass. Discriminating when to be defensive and when not to be defensive is key for health. You need defense to keep you safe from those who would mess with you, but you also need to know when to relax and let your defenses down so as to retain the capability for innocence, openness and healthy relationships. Defenses are important, an immune system unto themselves. They're worth spending an essay talking about.
PAWsitive Radio presented by Team Toby. Join Host Charmaine Hammond, professional speaker, bestselling author and president of Team Toby.
Margot Ahlquist joins us to talk about coping with the loss of our pets. Margot is the creator of Paws to Talk, which started as an advice blog and has grown into a life coaching business.
Margot’s award-winning blog is written in the voices of her two standard poodles Bella and DiDi. Prior to her work on Paws to Talk, Margot worked for over 8 years as a writer, researcher and producer in the Television Industry. Margot has a Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communications and continues her life coaching education at Coach U. She makes sure to play a good game of fetch everyday. Website: www.pawstotalk.com
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Are you grieving? Your initial response might be 'no', but consider this: We grieve about all sorts of things besides death and trauma. We can grieve about loss of health or loss of a job, a divorce or major rejection, bullying, and more. Today's guest is Deborah Campbell with Performance Psychology. We're going to be talking about coping with grief; how to recognize it in our lives, how gender can affect the grieving person, and other aspects of grief we might not ever have known. We're also going to identify some of the WORST things you can do when you're trying to be supportive of a grieving person, and some of the BEST things you can do.
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Frustration, confusion and learning how to deal with those actions after a Traumatic Brain Injury. Good Luck! But there can be adjustments made, as we attempt to become "more pleasant" to be around (if we can be around them!). TBI's take your emotions, paranonia and distress, mix them in the same 'bag' only to of the shoulder. Folks get confused, of our actions, words and ideas (which are usually screwy at best) when stimuli takes control. We talk and talk, say things I doubt any one but the TBI speaker really understands. We are blessed around Indy, and its past time to share lesson's learned. BICS - brain injury coping skills. Now beginning to be offered world wide, I was of the first (and continuous) 'students' to graduate from the BICS - and and as learning to be a PEER Mentror was enrolled in several (6) more of the 20 week course of understanding. Caregivers by our side, we discuss, understand and learn ways (beyond strategys) to Cope With Every Day Life, at least at times. Are there slip ups? I don't know, how was YOUR morning? Did your TBI as get in the way of understanding?
Myself? Every day, all day long, even with traveling the path taught by the Dr.. Lisa Thompson Foundation 'Family Center' by Dr. Samantha Backhaus and others. I'll post some conversations of BICS, and probably touch on the 'new' Social Skills with a TBI research program. Group said I could. Listen in as various folks with a TBI discuss, learn and adjust. Why? Trust me, there is NO WHERE ELSE ON EARTH you can listen in. See, my social and coping skills aquired permission for such an offering. Learn. share but grab a pencil, to make "Mental Notes on Paper". Or, as my ol' buddy Landon Walker would sing "Give Me Love, And A Little Kindness"....
This show is part of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Patient Education Series. Our special guest is Sue Sumpter. Sue is the Patient Services Manager at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Vice President of Candlelighters for Children with Cancer, Co-Chair of Oregon Partnership for Cancer Control, and on the board of the Oregon Medical Insurance Board. She is the mother and daughter of blood cancer patients and so has a personal affinity and experience with coping and caring.
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Survivors World is a SAFE place for both Men & Women who have been a victim of mankind's darkest actions. We understand the pain you carry and the trauma left behind from your attack. Please come join with us here every Wednesday evening at 9pm easter/ 8pm central/ 6pm pacific time. We invite you to call in, with identity protected, at 347-215-7754 to share your thoughts, concerns, difficultites or success in healing.
Tonight is a very special broadcast Coping with PTSD!! I'm sure many of our listeners deal with PTSD from various forms of trauma. N matter what type of pain you carry there is always a healing journey. Reclaiming control of your fears and your life is always possible.
Join in with Trish tonight as we discuss a powerful topic of dealing in survivor to become a thriver in your world. It is always recommended that a therapist or support group is available for you to physical attend and gain some tools in recovery. However, many just want to find a group online. Please know there are quality groups out there with admins available to help at various hours of the day.
Coping with triggers and challenging our fears is a very long and difficult process, but with the help of others we become increasingly stronger with each victory won. Believe in your abilities and others will see your possiblities. You now are developing the skills to live strong & fly free.
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Please join us for the second segment in a very special 4 part evening series. This evening, I will be joined by our guest, JP Hoyer, president and owner of Home Instead in northern Indiana. For JP and his wife Marlow, this isn’t just a business. They are committed to learning and educating the public on critical senior issues. They have both earned recognition as Qualified Dementia Care Specialists through the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America as well as Certified Senior Advisors. This evening we will discuss coping with Alzheimer’s from the caregiver’s perspective. *** When you first get the diagnosis that your loved one has Alzheimer’s, how can you best prepare yourself for the journey ahead? *** We’ll discuss some of the most common challenges and strategies for your loved one and yourself. *** And, we’ll discuss when is it time to seek out in-home care and how you can find the home care agency that will provide the care that is right for your loved one. During our 30 minute segment, you will be able to submit your questions for JP via the web chat or our call-in number. For more on JP Hoyer, http://www.homeinstead.com/343/aboutus/pages/aboutus.aspx Thank you! Dale Carter, Transition Aging Parents (For those with aging loved ones, you will find more resources at my website: http://www.transitionagingparents.com/welcome/)
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The book of lists names the fear of public speaking as the #1 fear that people have. Many of us do not savor the idea of standing up in front of a group of people and speaking. What are we afraid of and can we get over it?
Can the fear be controlled, even conquered? If so, how? Can anyone become a public speaker? What are the advantages of being able to speak in public?
Join host Judi Moreo as she speaks with Toastmaster Deborah Clark about her journey from fear to a career as a public speaker
Express Yourself is an online discussion-and-debate show for teens - hosted by teens. The show’s focus is to stimulate interactive discussions between the teen panel, teen participants, and experts regarding real-life issues, accomplishments and concerns facing teens from all racial and social economic backgrounds.
The show offers a creative and safe learning environment where teens can explore their ideas, develop skills and build self-confidence through a variety of topics.
Yes, indeed - It's Love. Uh, no, not me (it's lot like I'm "crazy" or anything!!! :^)
A lady's labor of songs, working in life - and what a life she's created for a traumatic survivor - Singer/Songwriter/Harvard Grad/Family Leader/Chicken-Raiser/& More, with strength extrodinair - Miss Sharen Wendy Robertson returns to TMDS to release a very special new song (right here on BIRadio) - It's Love!
Straight from the Boston studio to your Milton studio of Brain Injury Radio, Sharen offers her new song, "It's Love", which will join Landon Walker's ''Livin' On The Edge" as the formal opening and closing songs for the show. (yes, FINALLY a decision has been made). Deep with lyrics, mating TBI life with life.
So, after Sharen joins us at the top to the show and explains the meaning of the song; call in and share your story of love. Recieved or given. How has a TBI effected your Love?
Many loves are devided by a Traumatic Brain Injury, and in my opinion, only love will fix the pains. I love my daughters, my dad, my home town - even 'loved' different woman; or so I said. Did I love; or just love the moment? Many thoughts run from love. Run the love thru tonight - define the joy or pain. Define having a TBI and missing what was once "true love" but may never be again. Or is it, and will it?
(424 243-9540) call with opinions, thoughts, desires or confusion of all type of love. And certianly remember as we try to stay focused - I love you folks...
We'll work on our Social Skills, and flip thru the Coping Skills "Bible" and see what lands.
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