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It's hard enough having romantic relationships WITHOUT a mental illness!? Ever wonder what it is like to try to have a 'normal' relationship while living with a monstrous disorder in your brain? Tim Blue and I will talk about some of the difficulties as well as some good advice on how to navigate relationships with mental illness (hopefully successfully!!)
Jennifer Hill from the Colorado Mental Wellness Network will also be joining to talk about their services here in Colorado as well as their upcoming fundraiser!
Conversations and interviews with indiviuals with mental disorders
If the person you've just started dating discloses to you that they have a mental illness would you run away from them? How do you deal with a person that has a mental disorder? What if a person develops a mental illness would you leave them or help them? When it comes to marriage do most mental disorders ruin the love life? How do you cope with a person that has a mental disorder? Would it be wrong to run away from those problems? Do most couples suffer when they are dealing with mental issues? Tune in to find out
On Wednesday April 29th at 7p.m. EST we will have special guest author, performer and motivational speaker Castell J.R. Barnes. We'll discuss his recently published book Guidance: 33 Areas of Importance as well as his amazing speaking album Composition. Expect to be motivated and inspired into better mental and professional health.
We'll also have Physical Therapist and Personal Trainer Glendon Benain. Glendon will take co-host Cailin Burke through a 3-5 minute work out. He's designed a few sequential movements that are effective yet easy enough to do at home. Through this exercise, you'll learn a few tidbits on how to live a healthier lifestyle.
Also in our talks will be this week's Designer Feature: The Cobblestone Earrings by jewelry designer Kanupriya. And of course, you don't want to miss this week's shout out events, and so much more right here on Y-CLAD CHAT.
This episode will discuss how to maximize impact on young athletes, finding creative solutions for different learning styles and establishing structures coaches can use to help athletes excel under pressure.
Jeff Greenwald is a performance coach and author of The Best Tennis of Your Life. He was ranked No. 1 in the world by the ITF in his age division and works with athletes around the world on the mental game.
Rod Heckelman is the General Manager of the Mt. Tam Racquet Club and author of Playing Into the Sunset. He has worked with hundreds of top nationally ranked tennis players over the past three decades. In 2010 he was named Manager of the Year by the USPTA.
The show everyone has been waiting for. Join our frequent and most popular guest Christine Louis de Cannonville, author of The Three Faces of Evil, Michelle Mallon, professor Ohio State University, and Andrea Schneider, MSW, LCSW.
Three leading educators about Narcissistic Victim Syndrome. We discuss Christine's book which is set to publish and be available on Amazon in May of 2015, the most common question asked by all survivors of this form of abuse, and what's in store for the future regarding the pandemic: Narcissistic, Pychopathic, and Sociopathic abuse.
For more information about our guests please visit here.
Hear Joan Landes, mental health therapist, share her perspective on the Common Core. It is an eye-awakening and maddening experience to hear that we are not using the correct tools to help children in our Education System. How sad that they who tell children to do their homework are not doing the same on Common Core and therefore is causing tremendous damage to tender children. After 4 years of Common Core Math, Prof Jim Milgram says the damage to children is irretrievable so with that in mind--this is Emergency Time for ALL. The mind of a child is precious in God's eyes. He tells us to think aupon things that are holy, good and pure. The only thing pure about Common core is sadly that it is hogwash. Let's get armed with the truth and throw that stone to our elected officials and tell them to remember His Word to do no harm to His precious children.
Hosted by Marti Oakley
In our continuing series in coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights, tonight we are pleased to have Dr. Jeffrey A. Schaler as our guest to discuss the myth of mental illness.
Jeffrey A. Schaler, PhD, a psychologist in Maryland, has written extensively on addiction and social policy as well as having taught thousands of undergraduate and graduate students about the myth of mental illness over the past 22 years at American University in Washington, D.C., Johns Hopkins University, and community colleges in Maryland and Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. He is a well known and popular international speaker. A close friend and colleague for many years of the late professor emeritus of psychiatry Thomas Szasz, Professor Schaler is currently working on his sixth and seventh books, both focused on why behavior can never be a disease. His book entitled Addiction Is a Choice was the centerpiece of a John Stossel ABC News 20/20 special and his book entitled Peter Singer Under: The Moral Iconoclast Faces His Critics won the American Library Association book of the year in Philosophy in 2010. He has three granddaughters and he lives with "Scout," his six month old German Shepherd, in Howard County, Maryland. His website is at www.schaler.net .