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An enlightening, often overlooked topic. This tough love conversation about enabling , (a term more often used in addictions and substance abuse counseling) and how the term applies to the relationship between a participant and their weight loss program. In essence, the weight loss program becomes the enabler; as long as it is there AND it WORKS, I can eat what I want and just start again!. The game is this: The clinician thinks the person is motivated to release weight; the disconnect in communication is that the client is really just testing their safety net, before returning to their old habits. This cycle needs to stop and is physically dangerous, hence the reason for this broadcast
The program director and author of the program is Michelle Edmonds, M.A., M.Ed. Ms. Edmonds is affectionately known as "The Godmother" of Wellness, A/K/A the "drill sergeant".A trained counseling psychologist, she is a dynamic speaker in the area of wellness and personal development. Ms. Edmonds is also the CEO and Station Manager of Serenity Radio Network (SRN), an empowerment station that focuses on MIND, BODY, and SPIRIT
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Watching someone you love head down the wrong path is a difficult task, but are you helping them for right reasons? In a codependent relationship it is natural to think that only one person is making bad life choices, or only on party is ill. But if you truly look at the relationship closely you will see that both parties have deep rooted issues. Join us tonight as we discuss ways to find out if you are in a codependent or enabling relationship.
When someone we love is going through a hard time financially, it's natural for us to want to jump in and help them. But what happens when your help ISN'T helping, but instead enables the person to continue to be financially irresponsible? It can be hard to know when to bail someone out of their messes and when to show them some much-needed "tough love." This is especially tricky when that person is your adult child. I'll talk about the signs to look for that indicate you've crossed over into enabling and how to set healthy boundaries. As always, if you have questions before the show, email them to me at Christine@ChristineLuken.com and I'll answer them on the air.
I am so tired of hearing and seeing so many families throw there lives away by enabling loved ones in there addictions and behaviors ! I believe Enabling is second behind Mental Health as a leading health epidemic in America ! Grandparents raising there Grandkids because there child is irresponsible and won't do the right thing ! Parents letting there grown children live with them just because they are irresposible ! And the main thing is, Why do you give money to a addict and klnow there and addict ? What happened to tough love, especially for men Who's parents rather they live at home instead of learnig a lesson by stayng in a Shelter or Streets ? What happened to tough Love !
Feel like you’re providing customers and prospects the “right” information at the “right” time as they travel through their buying journey? Having a 360-degree customer view that enables you to predict what they want and how to meet their business needs is essential. When customers’ experiences meet or exceed their expectations using your product/service it’s a customer/company win/win.
“How to Synchronize Your Marketing with the Customer Journey”
“Marketing Metrics, Technology & Customer Experience”
As we discussed last week, the word "codependent" has become a buzzword in the treatment and self-help industries, and not many people know what it actually means. We hope to clear up misconceptions and help you to find your way through the myriad of labels that are applied to parents and loved ones through this process.
Special Guest: Lucy Semmens, Director of Human Resources at Royal Horticultural Society
Lucy loves enabling organisations to turn their visions into reality through developing and utilising the strengths and skills of their people. A traditional Yorkshire girl, she has worked in a range of industries from professional services, local government through to the very passionate and world changing sector of the not for profits. At the heart of her work is creating cultures where people are trusted but most importantly enabled, expected and engaged to deliver the very best work. This means bringing IT and people together so the what of work is clearly supported by the how.
We will be talking about what it means to really trust employees at the outset, giving them the tools and technology to deliver their work and the impact this has on engagement and diversity.
Host: Jo Moffatt
TWU Radio welcomes James Westly to the show! James is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in the reduction or elimination of obsessive thinking. He is also the author of My Journey to Now.
Tune in as James share his idea of Presence Therapy (PT) in which he proposes that the mind is not who we are but is something we have. It is a powerful instrument, but because we, as a society, believe our mental process is our true identity, we are not trained in its correct use. Quantum Physics shows us how everything is connected, therefore a change in one area effects change in all other areas. James believes most of what we call mental illness is the consequence of obsessive thinking. If we change one thing, if we learn to quiet our mind and master the powerful tool it certainly is, then everything changes in a positive, functional, way. Changing your relationship to thought opens new doors into developing your greatest potential.
“It is my mission to EMPOWER my clients through mastering their mental process using the tools and techniques of Ancient Wisdom, facilitating good health and enabling them to consciously manifest the life they desire.”
To learn more about James Westly, visit his website http://jameswestly.com/
How do you perceive and think about failure? What is it? What does it look like? What are the characteristics of failure…and how does it impact your life?
In today’s society that demands instant results and glorifies “perfection”, too much is made of failure, mostly because of it’s impact on the ego. One of the great fertilizers of fear is the concept that failure is “bad”, or in some cases “noble”.
All too often, people treat fear like a terminal illness; as if one (or many) defeats somehow marks them for a life doomed to disappointment. On the other side, the self-indulgent martyr might be tempted to grovel publicly about every small setback in an attempt to gain acknowledgment from an enabling environment.
But in neither case is failure being used as a lever for momentum, or a weapon of mass production and high-performance.
Join JT for a no-hold-barred discussion on the power of failure and why reexamining its value and importance can be a game-changer in your business and life.
Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far!
Al Diaz, Kim Ward, Garth Sandiford are here To Support and Enable Others.
Wednesday, January 27th 10am PST
Kim Ward is a seeker. She has spent years seeking out and interviewing champions from all walks of life- thought leaders, business leaders, celebrities and every-day-folk-people hailed by others as hero’s and who usually just hold themselves as grateful survivors.
Survivors intrigue her. She has an insatiable passion to learn from them and share what they’ve discovered, first hand, with her listeners….enabling them to identify with the survivors experiences and to find their own inner strength so that if they choose to, they can all live the lives that they were born to live.
A passion of Garth Sandiford has always been meeting and talking to people from all walks of life. He has always been curious as to what makes one person more successful than another. Most of his time was spent studying various concepts of human behavior – which has led him to believe that we already have everything that we need to be successful in life.
Garth’s passion for empowerment Coaching and for helping people in general, comes from a place of Love deep within his heart. Over the last few years, he has been able to explore this place and share his experiences and lessons with others.
To contact Al Diaz personally: email@example.com
With a brand new, shiny year ahead of us it is tempting to want to make some major changes to our health & fitness so we can have our best year yet! Changing everything all at once will often create feelings of stress and anxiety and can cause you to be overwhelmed and experience defeat. By incorporating small daily healthy habits that make a big impact on your overall health and fitness into your lifestyle, you’ll be more likely to sustain these habits over the long-term, enabling you to reach your goals and experience success. When you consider a goal as a long term project that you then break down into little manageable steps, you can expect long lasting results. Follow these simple tips and tricks that you can incorporate into your daily routine and start improving your overall well-being one small step at time!
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