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As a child, I was always told that I was an "old soul." In many instances, I found it hard to relate to my peers because of my intuitive abilities. At five or six, it was "normal" for children my age to talk about seeing fairies, to have "imaginary" friends and to be afraid of the dark because of monsters or ghosts (that I knew were communicating with me.) I enjoyed more creative pursuits like playing the piano, singing, painting and day-dreaming to satisfy the need to use my intuition. (My inner child still allows me to enjoy these things today too!) In my teens, I began to integrate the more eccentric parts of myself and allowed my abilities to shine through in a solely "entertainment" type of way. It worked for the time-being.
I continuously found myself seeking more from the Universe than dogmatic religion and traditional academia were providing me. Basically, I wanted to know about the ultimate human potential in a multitude of different ways. I wanted to answer questions about consciousness, the purpose of life (for myself and others), what it is like after death and what is ACTUALLY out there in the Universe and on this Earth. (And that is in no specific order. haha) My mediumship and galactic channeling came on board in divine timing. When I opened myself up to the Universe and surrendered my current paradigm, I was able to free my mind and allow sacred information to flow through me. The support of my family, my Transpersonal Psychology education and study of Earth and galactic-based magic techniques, cosmic symbology, Reiki healing and musicianship led me to creating a unique healing, channeling and teaching practice.
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Claire Candy Hough Website: http://www.angelhealinghouse.com
Angel Healing House Radio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/angel-healing-house
As an Angel Practitioner, a Licensed Reiki Master/Teacher, International Radio Show Host, Writer and Author, Claire Candy Hough helps raise the consciousness of individuals through her Healing Practice ‘Angel Healing House’ that she established after her angelic Walk-In experience in 2003.Known for her extraordinary ability to channel messages from the angelic realm, this straight-shooting, grounded Healing practitioner is loved and admired by her international clientele for the transformative effect that she has on their lives.
Candy is a published author, of the inspirational, channeled book, “Angels of Faith”, which is based on her two near-death experiences and helps the reader reconnect to their Divine eternal nature. Her book can be purchased on her website: www.angelhealinghouse.com
In 2012, she created and hosts her weekly international Angel Healing House Radio program on Blog Talk Radio. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/angel-healing-house In 2013, Candy was chosen to be a featured Healing Practitioner for a documentary television series about the new generation of Indigo, Crystal and Rainbow Children called, “The Children of the Rainbow” http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3010282/
Week 15: Answering Questions About Challenging Behaviors
This week on Parenting From the Inside Out listeners will be challenged to consider new ideas and new ways to handle challenging behaviors. Michelle Alden knows our tendency is to reject new ideas and new ways of doing things. We have been taught to see children and their behaviors a certain way. And the concepts shared on this show with you today will probably be very different from the way you were taught or parented. Change is not easy, but the challenge presented to us by our kids from hurt places demands us to think and act differently.
Teaching and Training and Real Discipline- Part 2 of Parents and Power Struggles
Parenting children is a difficult challenge at times. Their behaviors can be puzzling, draining and distressing for adults. This week on Parenting From the Inside Out we will be talking about common power struggles parents have their children and listeners will have an opportunity to hear how to continue to connect and stay relational with their child in the worst of times.
Week 11: Parenting With Connection
This week on Parenting From the Inside Out we will revisit an earlier broadcast about the value of connecting for us as parents and especially for our children.
Michelle Alden will talk about how trauma has affects a child’s ability to connect and build positive, healthy relationships. We will explore how current research on brain leads us to understand the value consistent, loving relationships have in helping children heal from trauma.
Listeners will be given several helpful tips in building a foundation of trust and safety with their challenging children.
Rewards, Punishments and a Better Way
This week on Parenting From the Inside Out, Michelle Alden will be discussing a common way of teaching and parenting that involves praise, rewards and punishments.
Using Alfie Kohn’s research and other information we have about the power of connection, listeners will gain a greater understanding of why rewards and punishments have failed our children and why they don’t work with our most troubled kids.
Real Life Challenges and Answers From the Inside Out This week on Parenting From the Inside Out listeners will hear real life situations, questions and problems expressed by parents struggling with challenging behaviors and common issues. Michelle Alden will be talking about these situations in a broad sense of what it looks like to parent from the inside out, offering understanding to what drives the behavior and encouraging parents to build and rebuild connections with their child all throughout the process.
Week 9: A Look at What the Experts Are Saying
Today on Parenting From the Inside Out, Michelle Alden and Jo Wenger are reviewing a few books written by a few of their favorite adoption/attachment specialists. They will be talking about some of the nuggets of great and supportive information about the brain and trauma and how to really help children to heal and bond.
Jo is an adoptive parent of three children, a professional in her own right and Michelle Alden is licensed counselor, a parent to five bio kids, but also an adoptee, author and post adoption specialist as well.
Both will share truths gained as they have sought ways to apply research into helping families struggling with very challenging kids.
Week 6: An Inside Look at Challenging Behaviors
This week on Parenting From the Inside Out we are talking about challenging behaviors and providing parents and teachers with tools to help children heal. Our goal is to apply the knowledge about the brain, the impact of trauma, and how children use behavior to communicate as we look at some of the most troubling and frustrating behaviors. Many parents and teachers would prefer to get a method or skill set that will help them to manage their challenging children, parenting from the inside out requires a different approach.
Week 7: Hurt Children in Healing Homes-
This week on Parenting From The Inside Out we will be talking about the power of healing homes in helping hurt children.
Joining us today will be Jerold and Jo Wenger, parents of three children they adopted from foster care.
Jo and Jerold will be sharing parts of their journey into adoption and how they came to realize the need for their home to be a place of healing as they came to grips with impact trauma and the effects it had on their children and how they as parents needed to change to make healing possible.
Parenting an Angry Child
Handling children’s anger can be puzzling, draining, and distressing for adults. In fact, one of the major problems in dealing with anger in children is the angry feelings that are often stirred up in us.
This week on Parenting From the Inside Out we will be discussing where anger comes from and some ways to help our children (and us) handle our angry feelings. Joining Michelle today is Jo Wenger.
Jo and her husband Jerold have adopted 3 kids (ages 10, 9 and 3) from foster care. Jo’s experience includes directing a non-profit for women in transition and incarceration where she taught classes about the brain and addiction issues while Jerold worked in their personal business as a Brainwave Optimization Technician.
But what they are most passionate about is talking about what feels like their 180 degree change in parenting once they realized the impact of trauma on the brains of their own children. Jo hopes that what they have learned will help other parents grasp sooner the understanding of what our children from hurt places really need.
Welcome to Life From All Sides. On today's show we will be talking about parenting through pain. Are you being a parent or simply existing? Parenting is hard work but you can do it.
Pain will interfere with any goal. Parenting is no different. Let's examine some ways to be better parents and therefore have happier kids.
You need a strong foundation to make a strong house, let's try to strengthen the one you have.