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This episode discusses the importance of relationships when it comes to anxiety recovery. Addresses overlooked but important decisions we need to make if we want to heal.
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Enjoy this episode where our founder discusses her battles with chronic anxiety and her hard but invaluable recovery!
People say, “I have faith that I will be healed.” But is that what they mean? They more likely mean “cured” rather than healed. Healing and curing are not the same thing. What is the difference? Join Dr. Ken Weizer discusses the intricacies of these two very different states.
In modern society, we are constantly on the go. We have made the world smaller and easier with technology. Everything we need and utilize can fit in our hand. With that, it should make our lives easier but in the end, it has made our lives busier. One of the side effects of a very busy active mind is anxiety, panic attacks, high blood pressure, high heart rate, dilated pupils and so much more. Since Americans energy is fueled by coffee (trillion dollar industry), it should be known that this only makes matters worse
In today's show, I will be explaining the effects of living in a high pace life but being able to keep your mind calm. I will share with you tips on how to calm your anxiety down and what avenues you can take in order to help in the matter and make sure it doesn't come back. Tune in to today's show or check it out on demand or on iTunes!
Podcast sponsored by http://ComputerLearningZone.net
In the 70s, 80s and early 90s, a phenomenon known today as The Satanic Panic swept the United States, as the evangelical Christian community charged that a vast underground network of Satanists were controlling large parts of society.
Believers were warned about products subsidized by Satan, including over-the-counter items like detergent and toothpaste, and there was a huge focus on toys, games and cartoons infected with demons.
In this show, we talk about the Satanic Panic of the past, and we look at modern-day charges of Satanic media, products and influences in our culture.
GERALDO TELEVISION SPECIAL: http://youtu.be/uMSf4CAEVLU
TURMOIL IN THE TOYBOX: http://youtu.be/3jrMoVWl5KA
TURMOIL CLIPS (EDITED): http://io9.com/seven-insane-minutes-of-people-explaining-how-80s-toys-1456419789
PODCAST on "The Church of Satan"
Welcome to the Ways to Wellbeing radio show, where we explore all the different ways to achieve good health and wellbeing. I'm your host, Miriam Henke, psychologist and life coach with an interest in integrative and mind-body medicine.
In this episode I discuss children and anxiety with my special guest, Allie Ackland-Prpic. Anxiety is a prevalent concern in a number of children today, and Allie shares with us ways that parents can support their children to reduce anxiety, change their unhelpful beliefs, improve resilience and live happier lives. The next step we talk about is how parents can model positive mindsets for their children, and ultimately encourage their children to learn to love themselves.
Allie Ackland-Prpic is a registered psychologist and clinical hypnotherapist, who has had over 13 years experience working with children, youth and families. She also works in schools supporting teachers to bring mindfulness meditation and relaxation into their classroom. Allie runs a program called "Still Mind" and a program in schools called "Resilient Kids" to supports children to feel happier, more positive and able to deal with everyday stresses.
Connect with Allie at www.healingpsychology.com.au.
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Charlie Hoehn is the author of Play It Away: A Workaholic's Guide to Curing Anxiety.
Charlie will talk about what spurred him to write this book, his 4-week plan to get rid of your anxiety, how to enjoy playing without feeling guilty, and more!
To watch the interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFhdeIeIZ7g
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Host: Roy Masters
Roy discussed watch fear and anxiety and faith will come.
Conner is having conflict in College.
Tom says, "I have fear and anxiety about getting better".
It only seems natural that people who have survived extremely stressful situations should have some kind of backlash to endure. How do members of the congenital heart defect community deal with the stress involved with surgeries, waiting between surgeries, surviving while others around you don’t make it and, perhaps the most insidious of situations – how to survive seemingly “innocent” environments or questions from friends, loved ones or even strangers that all of a sudden pull you back to a dreaded time and place, perhaps best forgotten? Today’s Episode deals with these questions and more as two adult survivors of congenital heart defects, Lauren Bednarz and Yasmin Southwood, discuss dealing with Anxiety and Survivor’s Guilt. Brybe Bagwill, the father of a child with a serious congenital heart defect discusses how he discovered he had PostTraumatic Stress Disorder and how he’s coping with it.
Firefighter Jay Davies' PTSD went undiagnosed for years because of (as he says) "my own stubbornness to be seen as weak and a chink in the armour of the team." But after many rock bottom days Jay came to realize that he is strong enough to rebound. Join us for this deeply personal conversation about going far into the post-trauma darkness and finally finding the will to move back toward the light.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com.