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  • 00:28

    Solutions for Learned Helplessness, Shame and Guilt

    in Self Help

    Thursday March 19, 2014@ 1 pm (CST) Healthy Mind & Body radio wishes to set you and your Emotions FREE!!!


    We’re going to be discussing LEARNED HELPLESSNESS, how to recognize it, its causes and some possible solutions. And we’re going to throw in FEAR, GUILT AND SHAME because that’s how it begins… at least for humans.


    For me, there is nothing that is more sad and heart-wrenching to see than a person who is so down that they believe they can’t get up. We all have “our days” where life is tough or some decisions need to be made that are unpleasant.


    Some people through circumstance or behavioral training simply CANNOT or WILL NOT make any decision. THEY HAVE LOST ALL HOPE as a result of this Learned Helplessness.


    How does someone recover from situations like this?  All joking aside, this particular pattern is shows up in my office most often and it not addressed doesn’t seem to go away on it own and can become GENERATIONAL (yes, you can give it to your kids and grandkids).


    If this sounds like you or someone you know… TUNE IN ON THURSDAY and let’s get to the bottom of this so you can get back to what you want to be doing… living your life with HAPPY ABANDON


    If you would like to be on the call – 818-668-5406


    To leave a message for the show – 214-702-3774


    Or


    Email me – drm@drmichaelharris.com


    Talk to you then,


    M

  • 03:40

    Learned Helplessness - Anthony Walton - Dream Catchers - LP

    in Social Networking

    Department of Education: Enforce the ADA, don't use Higher Education to promote "Learned Helplessness". In the summer of 1982, I was the best student in Organic Chemistry at UC Santa Cruz. A month later I ran, from Tuolumne Meadows, over Vogelsang Pass to Yosemite Valley (29.9 miles in 11 hours). My love of the outdoors caught up with me a year later when I fell 140 feet rock-climbing on July 16, 1983.
    After 24 years of education (I kid you not), I have few friends, a meager social life, no wife or children and poverty. I do not have job skills or the knowledge required to engage in scientific research. I could not survive without disability payments, because I worked with three different disabled student organizations for 24 years: DSS and DRC (at UC Santa Cruz) and DSP&S (at Cabrillo College). All three intentionally subjected me to, Learned Helplessness. I have started a petition to make it so what was done to me will never happen to another person. To access the petition I have started, type the four words, “petition education ada chang.org”, into the search bar of google, bing or yahoo, while using Firefox, Safari, Opera or Chrome. Click on the link that has, “Enforce the ADA,” and take it from there. Join me tonight for an interesting conversation with Anthony Walton on Dream Catchers with Les Pau!

  • 00:40

    LEARNED OPTIMISM - LEARN HOW TO OVERCOME ALL ADVERSITY

    in Business

    Learned optimism is the idea in positive psychology that a talent for joy, like any other, can be cultivated. It is contrasted with learnedhelplessness. Learning optimism is done by consciously challenging any negative self talk.
     


    Martin Seligman’s came to the concept of learned optimism through a scientific study of learned helplessness, the idea that a certain reoccurring negative event is out of the person's control. As he was performing tests to study helplessness further, he began to wonder why some people resisted helplessness-conditioning. He noticed that, while some subjects blamed themselves for negative outcomes, others blamed the experiment for setting them up to fail.
     


    Seligman shifted his focus to attempting to discover what it is that keeps some people from ever becoming helpless. The answer was optimism. Using his knowledge about condition people to be helpless in the lab, he shifted his focus to conditioning people to be optimists. The result of these experiments led to defining the processes of learning optimism.


     

  • 01:00

    Lessons Learned ... Things Every Artist Needs to Know

    in Art

    Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights ways to sell your art. On today’s show Leslie is joined by AHA April co-host Margaret Sheldon. Join Leslie and Margaret as they discuss “lessons learned”:, which is great advice to benefit all artists, based on many years of learning most of them the hard way. This show is written in the spirit of graduation, i.e. it’s meant to make you laugh if you see yourself having experienced any of these and hopefully will offer some great advice!


     


     

  • 00:48

    Master Coach Susan Hyatt on Lessons Learned through her Travels

    in Health

    Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, and Guest Co-Host, Life Coach Jen Gotti, as they talk with Master Certified Life Coach and published author, Susan Hyatt.  


    They'll be chatting about her recent travels abroad, what they've all learned through other cultures, and tips on how we can use those lessons to create a better life for ourselves here at home.   


    To learn more about Susan, please go to http://www.shyatt.com.  For more information about Erica and Catch Good Health, please check out http://www.CatchGoodHealth.com, and www.JenGotti.com to connect with Jen.


    And, don't forget- good health is contagious...pass it on!


       

  • 02:03

    Lesson Learned, Are You Willing

    in Social Networking

    Real Men Speak is a radio talk show design to stimulate conversation within our community and amongst men and women and especially the younger generation. The show is designed again to stimulate  conversation to help to change the way things are being developed and executed. I've learned that the only way things will change is if we come up with new ways of thinking and doing. So what I'm asking is that you the listening audience, You my friends and family, You my Colleagues come and join this movement to help make things better. The real man speak radio show is full of different ways to help create options for both our young men and men in general as well as the family. It takes a village to raise a standard for change


    The real men speak radio show does not have a topic of discussion, we want to have open dialogue conversation with you about the matters of the heart ,  and how to change the events  that are taking place.


    I need each and every one to become a player in the game and voice your opinions and your concerns so that our young listeners can hear the love that's coming from concerned  people like ourselves.  Myself and Real men speak cannot Change this on our own We are just one voice one voice.Please get involved. Our website is www.realmenspeak.org 


     


    George Stevenson


    Host / Producer


    Real Men Speak 

  • 00:31

    Things we learned From The Recession

    in Finance

    The recsession is over and now it's time to talk about the things that we have learned from it. Money wise that is. With so much that when on during this time. Have we become wiser about our money or are we still foolish about it? We will discuss it all this sunday right here on the Cheap Cheetah Money Show


    www.facebook.com/TheCheapCheetahMoney Show


    www.TheCheapCheetahMoneyShow.blog.spot

  • 00:30

    Atlanta Public School Scandal: The Real Lesson to be Learned

    in Family

    We have remained silent concerning the Atlanta Public School scandal so that "justice" could take its course.  Now, that the "truth" has been revealed and several Atlanta public schools administrators and teachers were adjudged guilty by a jury of their peers and sentenced for racketeering convictions related to a massive standardized test cheating scandal, Attorney Sherri Jefferson will share her thoughts on the "Real Lesson to be Learned."


    This episode will discuss how cheating adversely affects the lives of our children, the moral and legal issues of the jury decisions, the tactics that still exist at and through the Atlanta Public School that promotes the environment that is conducive to the conduct exhibited by their adminsitrators and teachers.


    Attorney Jefferson will discuss how the jury verdict will not change the APS culture.

  • 00:35

    What would you say? What would you do?

    in Self Help

    Join me as my Co-Hosts Speake! Lady Kathy Howard says "What would you say? What would you do?

  • 00:30
  • 00:31

    What we've learned through four games of the West Finals

    in Basketball

    Four games of the Western Conference Finals are in the books, and the Warriors lead the Rockets by a 3-1 margin. That overall mark may not seem surprising, but the route the series has taken to get there has been a bit bizarre.


    For two games, the teams appeared almost evenly matched, with Stephen Curry and James Harden — the league’s top two finishers in MVP voting — trading blow for blow in two games that went down to the wire in Oakland.


    Then in Game 3, the Warriors absolutely blew the doors off of Houston, grabbing a commanding 3-0 series lead by virtue of a 35-point beatdown in Toyota Center.


    But the Game 4 that many predicted would be Golden State’s title coronation for the Western Conference? Instead, the Rockets climbed off the mat in stunning fashion, racing out to a record-setting 45-point first quarter and cruising to a 128-115 victory to extend the series. The Rockets, now 4-0 against elimination in these playoffs, became just the second team in NBA history to win four straight elimination games by double digits in the same postseason.


    Ben DuBose of Sheridan Hoops is joined by Josh Reese of CBS Radio in Houston to break it all down.


    TOPICS EXPLORED:



    Just how historically great have Curry and Harden been?
    How scary was Curry's Game 4 injury scare?[/
    Was not suspending Dwight Howard for his Game 4 elbow the right call?
    Did Klay Thompson find himself during Curry’s brief Game 4 absence?
    Who is the X-factor for the Rockets after Harden and Howard?
    Does Steve Kerr need to make any significant adjustment for the Warriors?
    Who wins Game 5?