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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects thousands of state and local police officers, armed service men and women and civilians of every description. PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that can occur following the experience or witnessing of a life-threatening event. PTSD can stem from military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or physical or sexual assault in adult or childhood. The majority of people who experience or witness a life threatening event will return to normal given a little time. However, some people will have stress reactions that do not go away on their own, or may even get worse over time. PTSD is complicated by the fact that people with PTSD often may develop additional disorders such as depression, substance abuse, problems of memory and cognition, and other problems of physical and mental health. Tune in to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston,R.N. is joined by expert, Dr. Richard Gray to discuss his research on NLP as it pertains to PTSD. Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com the most reliable hosting provider with 24/7 heroic support! Listeners of today’s show will receive one hundred dollars credit towards Storm Servers, which includes Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated hosting or you can try LiquidWeb’s shared hosting for free for one month by using the coupon code: “orgview”. Please visit LiquidWeb.com and make sure you tell them that you found out about them on the show! If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2014 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
Linda Noelker, Senior Vice President of the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, will join Denise to discuss the Innovation in Caregiving Award. The award recognizes adults who, in the course of caring for an adult aged 60 or older invents a device or technique that solves a caregiving challenge or finds a new application for an existing device or technique that supports caregiving and eases the burden on caregivers.
Mary Stoudemire, a family caregiver and 2012 award winner, will discuss her past winning design: a lap capelet she designed for her sister.
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.
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.
How does a doctor cope when she specializes in older adults and struggles to care for her own ailing parent?
Join host Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversations with Dr. Cheryl Woodson as she shares her experience as a daughter caregiver and her work as a Geriatrician.
You will find practical no nonsense advice on taking care of your loved ones and how to survive caregiving.
Learn more about Dr. Woodson.
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Many people feel life is a struggle and they are on the losing side. They often feel that everything and everybody is against them and the stress of just being alive is almost more than they can endure. What about you? Do you have stress that is preventing you from being happy? These feelings often come from efforts to control our environments, conflicts with other people, and an inability to get by. Tensions take many forms and involve such emotions as anger, hate, anxiety, guilt and fear. These bring about physically and emotionally damaging effects which can result in illness.
Of course, we all need some stress to stay alive, awake, and alert. We must learn what our best level of stress is and how to use it to function effectively. We don’t want to allow extreme reactions to envelop us so that day-to-day living gets the better of us. We need to not let the external stress control our lives, but instead control our internal responses so that we can use the power of the Life within us to create our best lives possible.
Join Choices host and author of “You Are More Than Enough,” Judi Moreo, for a discussion on simple and easy ways you can reduce the bad stressors in your life. Whether you are an executive, a stay-at-home mom, or even an astronaut, these techniques are so easy, you can incorporate them into your daily life and you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of them yourself and why you haven’t been doing them all along.
Stress Management. That's a thought. Uh, so is owning the private, secluded (but replenished) island the S,S Minnow crashed on, now that Gilligan and crew are done with it. With a better hut, of course. But Stress is so hard to manage. The frustration from stress mounts into an explosion at times, from yelling to screaming to spinning around (I get so dizzy anymore). Lost focus, destruction of plans and its simply not a good 'copinng skill' to have. This is, its called "The 5 R's of Stress Management" by the originator, Brain Injury Coping Skills at RHI Neuro Center, or the Doc Lisa School of TBI & Family Center. Call, join us and share ideas and thoughts or TBI Stress Recognition, Relaxation, Reassuring, Relating and Recovery Do's and Don't. (424) 243-9540. Uh, sometimes an Activating Event through your Beliefs may see your Consequences requiring and solid Defense Attorney, which can be you, once learned to defend againnst your own alarming thoughts.
Race4Time (Race4Time.org) is next Saturday, all in one day now. Whoa, that's a bunch of racing, car showing, draging and 'funning'. Dr. Kevin Butterfield should call in, if done racing in Michigan today, however the lovely Susan Hancock will join us for what updated inforrmation needed. Susan, as I've talked, may be the MOST concenernd if not interested 'civilian' in the brain injury world I've met. But she's race track fast, call, give her information. And surely, Susan is tired of talking to me this week...
Table Talk airs every Saturday at 10 a.m. ET (9 a.m. CT, 7 a.m. PT). Denise interviews those who care for a family member or friend.
This Saturday, Holly, who cares for her husband, joins Denise to talk about finding the light during a time of intense darkness--caregiving.
We often think in pictures, says Ellen Rogin, our wealthness expert. Creating a visual financial plan can help us create our healthy financial picture.
Join Ellen, author of "Great with Money, 6 Steps to Lifetime Success & Prosperity," shares how we can picture our abundance.
Join Professor Bougie Girl as she discusses Coping With The Relocation Blues.
Do you often feel stressed out? Dr. Doni Wilson, celebrated naturopathic doctor and author of THE STRESS REMEDY, will join Jessica Baker, founder of AlignedSigns.com to share her top tips for creating a stress free summer. Weighing in on nutrition, sleep, travel, mindfulness, over-scheduling, and so much more, Dr. Doni will impart valuable advice to ensure you have a stress free and healthy summer.
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