• 00:29

    Is Your Sensitivity a Career Liability

    in Self Help

    Although sensitivity can be a gift that could help others because of your attunement to environment, energy, and thought patterns and because it is quite normal (nearly 15 -20% ofthe population is sensitive in some way,) being overly sensitive can actually hurt your career, if not managed correctly.


    It is okay to be sensitive.  Being kind, empathetic, creative and loving to help others are very good traits.  However, when one is overly sensitive, taking things personally, and getting feelings hurt easily, it can be detrimental to you.  Knowing how to effectively manage your sensitivity when you are confronted with challenges will make you even more successful in your career and in life.


    Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, as she talks with Gena Yvette Davis, a board certified executive coach, published author, and brand marketing consultant about how we can effectively manage our sensitivity to build truly magical relationships.


    www.choicesonlinemedia.com


     


     

  • Emotional First Aid: How to Heal from Everyday Emotional Wounds

    in Self Help

    This episode features an interview with Dr. Guy Winch, as he discusses how to heal from the everyday emotional wounds that we face and the importance of doing so. Learn how to heal from rejection, lonileness, failure and rumination.


    Guy Winch, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, keynote and TEDx speaker, and author whose books have been translated into fifteen languages. His most recent book is Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure, and Other Everyday Hurts(Plume, 2014). He also writes the popular Squeaky Wheel Blog on Psychology Today.com, and theHuffington Post.


     www.guywinch.com


    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0142181072


      http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-squeaky-wheel


     http://www.twitter.com/guywinch


     


     

  • 00:30

    How To Get Out Of An Emotional Funk

    in Health

    This is a topic that I return to every once in awhile because I know how common it is to feel depressed, sad, lonely, misunderstood, unfulfilled frustrated or stuck.


    I have been through all of these emotions, repeatedly, both for long and short periods of times.


    These feelings are a healthy and normal part of our emotional cycles. What is not healthy is when you get stuck in a bad-feeling emotion and it is hindering your participation in, or enjoyment of, your life.


    Here I am, six and a half months into my cross-country move from D.C. to L.A. It's been wonderful and happy and easy, until recently.


    The Take Back Your Health Conference™ is growing into a bi-coastal event. I'm working on the first TBYH book and we're going to start videos in the next few months.


    Lately I have felt out of balance. I know that this is because I am stretching myself thin with my work, in an unfamiliar city.


    When you stretch yourself thin, you lose sleep, you walk around on edge, you get frustrated with others when they take your time, and emotions, like loneliness and self-doubt, become magnified.


    I let it go too far - to the point of being paralyzed from action. I couldn't even write this email to you all! I finally turned to a good friend of mine. My lover, friend and boyfriend. He sees me more clearly than I can see myself sometimes.


    I told him that I felt like I was losing myself in the enormity of the changes I had made this year. That's when he did something for me that changed my mood instantly. I was able to get back to writing this email to you and our relationship grew deeper for it.


    I'm going to share his trick with you today on TBYH Radio. I'm also going to share the three things that I do to get out of an emotional funk.

  • 00:54

    #1429 End the Cycle of Emotional Eating!

    in Nutrition

    What is your “food story?” Michelle Schafer of Giving Time Whole Health talks with us about emotional eating, how you can make sense of your own food story, and how you can end the cycle of emotional eating once and for all.

  • 01:01

    #1426 Eating for Emotional Health

    in Nutrition

    Melanie St. Ours, a clinical herbalist, author and founder of Psyche & Soma, talks with us about the impact that certain foods have on our daily emotions along with the secrets for feeling better and living happier. Would you like to develop emotional resilience? Melanie will tell you how! 

  • 01:01

    Clearing Emotional Blocks ~ LIVE Call-In!

    in Health

    My guests today are Karen Ross and Elizabeth Bull, master healers and teachers. Karen and Liz have spent many years developing a highly effective method of clearing emotional blocks which they are going to demonstrate to you during this program. If you have felt stuck and are hanging on to an emotional issue that is holding you back, this program is for you! Following this unique and dynamic interview with Karen and Liz, Caroline will answer your health-related questions and do spot readings with listeners.


    Call into my Free Teleconference Tonight at 5:30pm Pacific: Ask questions and get your Spot Reading here!


    “I've been a Caroline Sutherland fan ever since the first moment I met her in the '90s. In fact, she fulfilled a dream of mine. At our first meeting, Caroline looked at me, clearly saw my deficiencies and nutritional needs, and on the spot designed a special plan for my particular body. I felt understood for the first time.”
    - Louise Hay, Author of You Can Heal Your Life

  • 01:08

    AUTHOR JOY JACKSON COPING WITH EMOTIONAL STRESS

    in Entertainment

    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.


     


    Connect with Gigi on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/


    TWITTER: @G1015


    FACEBOOK:www.facebook.com/gwenevans1947


    THE ARTIST'S LOFT: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theartistsloftgiwizproductions


    Karen Skinner: Lady Skinner Products: RejuvenatingLady@yahoo.com

  • 00:58

    Handling unpleasant emotional reactions during the holidays

    in Self Help

    With holidays coming up in a few weeks, this can be a time of stress for many people. Sometimes we are required to spend time with difficult family members. For some, the holidays represent excessive alone time filled with loneliness, sadness and perhaps depression. The holidays can, also, be prime time to engage in our most comfortable coping behaviors: overeating and drinking, overspending, engaging in family drama, indulging in self-defeating, negative thinking patterns, avoiding gatherings and isolating ourselves.


    Guest Julie M. Simon, licensed psychotherapist, life coach and author of The Emotional Eater’s Repair Manual: A Practical Mind-Body-Spirit Guide for Putting an End to Overeating and Dieting, helps overeaters and imbalanced eaters heal their relationships with themselves, their bodies and food, stop dieting, lose excess weight and keep it off. Julie can be reached at www.overeatingrecovery.com.


    CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows healing is in replacing the trauma mindset. Her book, How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse is available at amazon. Pick up her FREE ebook, 11 Tools for Happiness at conversationsthatheal. You can reach Susan directly at susan@conversationsthatheal.com.

  • 02:00

    WHY DO BLACK PEOPLE FIND SENSATIONAL, EMOTIONAL & DEGENERATE BEHAVIOR APPEALING

    in Education

    WHY DO BLACK PEOPLE FIND SENSATIONAL, EMOTIONAL & DEGENERATE BEHAVIOR APPEALING?  IS IT IN THEM TO NATURALLY BE THIS WAY? HOW DID BLACK PEOPLE GET THIS WAY? WHAT DID BLACK PEOPLE USE TO GET NATURALLY GET STIMULATED BY AND WHY ARE THEY NO LONGER STIMULATED BY IT? WHAT WILL STIMULATE BLACK PEOPLE MENTALLY IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9:30PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA 

  • 00:59

    End Emotional Eating & Enjoy the Holidays Without Sacrificing Your Waistline

    in Self Help

    Do you feel out of control around food? Do you eat when you feel stressed, sad, or disappointed in yourself?


    You already know all the things you “should” to be doing. You say them to yourself almost every day:


    …“I know I should be eating better”…


    …“I know I should exercise more”…


    …“I know I need to make more time for myself”…


    And in the end, it all comes down to this: “I know what to do, I’m just not doing it.”


    Are you ready to release the struggle and finally feel at peace with food – and with yourself?


    If you daydream about how amazing you’ll feel once you finally get your eating under control but end up on the couch with a pint of ice cream, don’t miss this month’s show. My special guest, Kristen Kancler, will share the 4 secrets to end emotional eating and enjoy the holidays without sacrificing your waistline.


    On this show, you’ll learn:


    •    Kristen’s 3-step plan to curb holiday cravings – before they start
    •    How to turn yourself around when you’re triggered and headed straight for the egg nog
    •    The #1 mindset to enjoy the holidays without ending up stuffed, exhausted, and 5 lbs heavier
    •    The 3 biggest fears that keep smart, determined women from losing weight


    www.rachelgrantcoaching.com


    www.kristenkancler.com

  • 01:12

    Avoid Weight Gain over the Holidays by awareness of Emotional Eating

    in Health

    Dr. Love teaches the secrets of weight loss by preventing the emotional ups and downs of the Holidays.


    Abandonment, Rejection and betrayal are the holdovers of childhood programming.  Stuffing to avoid feelings is a bad habit that can be broken this holiday season.  Listen in live and join our audience as we take questions about avoiding emotional eating over the holidays.  Because of the seasonal change to colder weather we have a tendency to eat heavier foods.  But here in Florida where it is not so cold we have a tendency to eat comfort foods that start with the Thanksgiving Turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings.  Then we graduate to Holiday Hams with lots of bread and jams.


    Dr. Love has been teaching Juice Feasting and detoxification since 1983. He also teaches vegetarian cooking classes and raw food preparation.  Join our studio audience live or listen live


     


     


     


     

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