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31:35 - Tips for handling guilt for each Type
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Guilt is a feeling that leaves us vulnerable to doing things because we feel at a disadvantage by our actions, yet we did what we did for a reason. How to gain perspective on guilty feelings we carry and how to get to the source of those feelings gives us the freedom to let guilt go and deal with our challenges without the added burden of Guilt. How do we recognize and release guilt and see it for what it is. Tune in and Join in on the Conversation Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST.
Our insistence on judging ourselves and others can keep us stuck in circumstances that we prefer to change in our lives. Join Rev. Michelle Rado in this episode where she provides three steps that help us to release this Guilt and get Unstuck!
1st Guest: Lindsey Smith, Author, Speaker, Health Coach.
The Food Mood Girl, Lindsey Smith, is a health and wellness coach with passion. She is author of several books including her upcoming book, Food Guilt No More. She helps people uncover their cravings and emotional connections with food so they can live a healthy and happy life. She has been a featured expert on The Lisa Oz Show, CBS News Stations, WTAE and KDKA Pittsburgh Today Live. She loves kale smoothies and rapping about self-love.
2nd Guest: Susan Liniewski, CPC ELI-MP
I am an eating disorder survivor I was dx at 48 with chronic anorexia and severe depression. So many relapses, a heart attack and several hospitalizations including spending most of 2007 in treatment, I recovered in spite of myself. I went back to school at the age of 59 and became a Certified Professional Coach. I also reached the status of Master Practitioner Energy Leadership Coach. I am coaching around eating disorder recovery and discharge. I have developed a unique discharge program.
3rd Guest: Barbara Biziou, Global Ritual Expert and Vision Coach.
As a global wisdom keeper and an agent of change and transformation, Barbara seamlessly integrates her extensive knowledge of practical spirituality, rituals, psychology, neuroscience and business into her practice. Her greatest passion is marrying cross-cultural ancient rituals and applying them to current times, creating what she refers to as the “alchemical art of ritual fusion.”
Barbara creates rituals for men and women going through all of life’s transitions as well as businesses, Broadway shows and non profits. She is the author of 2 books and blogs for The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Rewireme.com and What Now, WhatNext.
White privilege (or white skin privilege) is a term for societal privileges that benefit white people in western countries beyond what is commonly experienced by the non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances.
“Privilege exists when one group has something of value that is denied to others simply because of the groups they belong to, rather than because of anything they’ve done or failed to do. Access to privilege doesn’t determine one’s outcomes, but it is definitely an asset that makes it more likely that whatever talent, ability, and aspirations a person with privilege has will result in something positive for them.” ~Peggy McIntosh
“White Privilege is the other side of racism. Unless we name it, we are in danger of wallowing in guilt or moral outrage with no idea of how to move beyond them. It is often easier to deplore racism and its effects than to take responsibility for the privileges some of us receive as a result of it… once we understand how white privilege operates, we can begin addressing it on an individual and institutional basis.” ~Paula Rothenberg
"I can completely understand why broke white folks get pissed when the word 'privilege' is thrown around...I was constantly discriminated against because of my poverty and those wounds still run very deep...[But] The concept of intersectionality recognizes that people can be privileged in some ways and definitely not in others." ~Gina Crosley-Corcoran
White guilt is the individual or collective guilt felt by some white people for harm resulting from racist treatment of people of color by whites both historically and currently. White guilt has been described as one of the psychosocial costs of racism for white individuals along with empathy (sadness and anger) for victims of racism and fear of non-whites.
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Carol the Coach interviews Ken Howard about how to deal with the shame and guilt that naturally occurs with sexual addiction. Most sex addicts, once they get into recovery, want to build trust and so Ken will be identifying the steps necessary to build the trust and let go of the shame and guilt. Carol the Coach helps you to learn how to be more authentic and honest which brings about trust and intimacy.
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations.
Do you feel overwhelmed juggling your responsibilities at work while raising your children? Meet Marci Fair, author of Tilt: Solutions to Be a Guilt-Free Working Mom, and a successful entrepreneur, charity founder, business owner, real estate professional, speaker, and mother of four. She is on a mission to help support corporations and organizations maximize productivity, maintain top talent, and boost morale while keeping employees healthy through creating systems to balance their personal and professional lives. Marci founded Kares 4 Kids, serving 18,000+ children since 2005. www.guiltfreemom.com.
When the time comes to plan your child's college education, the pressure on YOU may seem daunting. Fear not. Pamela Donnelly, the Go-To Academic Expert and author of 4 Keys to College Admissions Success: Unlocking the Gate to the Right College for your Teen, wlll share how to get your teen into the college of their dreams without going crazy or broke. She covers the four magic ingredients for successful admission … Insider tips for parents to minimize financial stress and maximize savings for teens' college costs … What every parents needs to know about standardized testing's "death grip" on college admissions and what you can do to help your teen succeed … and more. www.pameladonnelly.com.
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Most people are negatively impacted by Guilt, Shame or Anxiety, which Dr. Peter Breggin calls “negative legacy emotions,” emotions that developed in humans to help us balance our inherent violence and our ability to empathize. We’ve got guilt, shame and anxiety in our genes, he says! Find out how to identify these negative legacy emotions and move yourself out of their control. One of my favorite crusaders and guests of all time, Dr. Breggin will “tidy up” by sharing his Three Steps to Emotional Freedom with which to replace Guilt, Shame and Anxiety. Dr. Breggin is the author of the bestsellers Toxic Psychiatry, Talking Back to Prozac (with Ginger Breggin), and Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal. You’re guaranteed to hear things about your own mental health you’ve never heard before! Click here to visit Dr. Peter Breggin's website.
This week our special guest is a man who has been spreading the uneasy truth about racism in today's America all across social media from the cab of his pickup truck. We are honored to welcome Dixon D. White to the show to talk about Race Relations, Police Abuse and White Privilege.
Also Author of the book "Hand to Mouth" Linda Tirado and from The Resist Rikers Movement, Our Friend Activist Cecily McMillan joins the conversation.
So tune in this Sunday for all the Truth To Power we can Passionately Testify into your Unenlightened EarHoles!
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My name is Beau Chatham and I am a Master Coach with The Burris Institute.I am also the CEO & Tribal Leader of Warrior Life Coach, an Atlanta, GA-based executive coaching practice, where I work with business professionals, athletes, and combat veterans.A little bit about my background – I was a commissioned Infantry officer in the United States Army. I am Airborne Ranger qualified, saw ground combat in Grenada during Operation Urgent Fury, and served in numerous other command and training positions.I left military service after 10 years and found myself in the world of biotech and pharmaceutical commercialization, where I marketed injection and oral drug therapies. I also served as a corporate trainer, where I conducted and coordinated medical education programs for sales representative, focusing in the areas of anatomy, physiology, and disease state management. My areas of teaching were in cardiovascular and neurological disorders. It was here, that I was first introduced to the concept of Evidence-Based therapies and how important they are in gaining measurable outcomes. This is what ultimately led me to finding The Burris Institute methods of coaching. remember following the country’s combat actions of post 9-11, not from the newspaper or the talking heads on the TV, but rather through medical journals. Of particular note, I recall the longitudinal studies of Dr Charles Hoge published October of 2004, in the New England Journal of Medicine that addressed the growing mental health burden being produced from extended combat operations.As a warrior and medical educator, I knew that I wanted to help our returning combat veterans, so I started looking in to life skills coaching. The problem was that so many of the life coaching schools insisted that coaching was for “healthy” people and that the emotional states of fear, guilt, and anger were best suited for psychiatry.