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Stressful stituations come in all forms. Some times they are planned happy events like a wedding. Sometimes they come up on us out of the blue like a funeral. Sometimes they last longer than you anticipate, like taking care of someone. Giving of ourselves in any situation to another is often rewarding and a selfless act. However, learning to navigate these situations by taking good care of yourself will greatly enhance your experience. Today, Lisa M. Hayes and Cassie Parks are going to talk about how to take care of yourself before, during and after a stressfull event. Both Lisa and Cassie have great tools to help you take care of yourself. Lisa created Self Care Academy and Cassie has a product called Loving Yourself 30/30/30 to support your taking care of yourself.
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In this continuing chapter-by-chapter and verse-by-verse Bible study, teacher and commentator Randall K. Harp considers the call of God to Yaakov (Jacob) and Yaakov's response in the midst of difficult times.
If you enjoy this episode, you may also enjoy the devotional book Illumine Me by Randall K. Harp. Click here to learn more.
SOME SAY RELATIONSHIPS ARE STRESSFUL, TO MUCH WORK, HARD HMMM IS IT REALLY HARD?
ASCA presents SCHOOL COUNSELORS AND THE STRESS OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON FOR YOUR STUDENTS?
?It may be egg nog, presents and a happy week off for most of us, but this time of year can be tough on many kids. Our guest is Sandy Austin, Past President of The Colorado School Counselor Association? on what's she's done to help children through any challenges that they face
?Presented by Walden University
The New Year has started stressful, and focused for the Native Guy Broadcast. This episode looks to delve into the creation of the Native Guy Blog, as well to ask you, have you gone back and listened to past episodes? Whats different this year, and how will attitude play a role in this blog, as well thinking outside the box. Follow along with the show as Blogtalkradio.com/nativeguy is bringing the Native Guy Review and Blogs, as they can be found at someguytalking.com, or email me, come join the blog, at email@example.com!
Episode 02 takes flight as Native Guy talks about writing, and planning for this year! Come and Join the in as Native Guy Broadcast takes off again!
It is only a matter of time until a senior loved one will need to visit an ER in crisis. Are you ready with personal belongings, documents needed for admission, Medical Information Notebook, questions to ask and discharge? It is a scary and stressful time, learn to be prepared, stay calm and protect the rights of your parent, neighbor, grandmother or friend.
Listen to this informative half-hour show on 2/ 26 @ 10am on BlogTalkRadio, http://tobtr.com/s/6305645
This show is dedicated to an exclusive interview with Dr. Rachael Ross, MD, PhD, a family doctor and therapist in the field of Sexology. She will join Dr. Danita Applewhite, PhD, CRC, a rehabilitation counselor and educator in the field of Psychology in a unique discussion of how adult students, as well as teachers, can manage relationship and sexuality issues to avoid work performance problems. These two professionals will encourage Listeners to explore ways to manage stressful relationships that many times result in dropping out of school or sabotaging job or career plans. There will be an emphasis on managing the stress from troublesome relationships for the person with mental or physical disabilities (i.e. depression, PTSD, cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, etc). The staff at White Apple Institute prepare the show topics based on the actual psychosocial issues faced by our Listeners and Clientele, (i.e. Adult Students with disabilities/Teachers/Employees, and those working or living with persons with disabilities), motivating each other to shine the light on our different abilities. Join Dr. Applewhite, Host, and guests live at 10 am (AZ-GMT zone) on Saturdays by chat or calling 1-646-727-3758; or, LISTEN ANYTIME to the archived shows at http://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher
Every pet shelter has that volunteer – the one who gives tireless care to cats as they await their forever homes. These people work to make the cats’ temporary homes safer, less stressful places. Actress Kate Walsh has two rescued cats and like so many other cat owners has enjoyed the companionship and comfort a cat provides.
Now, popular actress Kat Walsh is partnering with the Purina® Cat Chow® program to thank cat shelter volunteers – real people who help cats in need.
The brand will donate nearly $100,000 to the 50 participating shelters – one in every state – to acknowledge the work of the shelter volunteers that help to lessen the stress for cats living in shelters while they await their forever home. The top shelter volunteer, chosen by consumer votes and a judging panel, will receive a $25,000 makeover for the shelter he or she represents to help create a gentler, less chaotic environment for the cats.
Kate Walsh shares Shelter Volunteer of the Year program that encourages cat people to support their local shelters that help animals across the country.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, as he interviews this very entertaining guest, known as "Doc, The Defender of Caregivers," (Lon Kieffer), this Wednesday at noon, PST at (213) 943 3630, or the following link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/davenassaney/2015/02/25/transform-your-caregiver-heart-from-self-destruct-to-emotional-logical-balance
They will discuss some caregiver bad habits that often gets them into unnecessary stressful situations, such as:
1. All-or-nothing thinking
3. Mental filter
4. Disqualifying the positive
5. Jumping to conclusions
6. Mind reading
7. The Fortune Teller Error
8. Magnification (Catastrophizing) or Minimization
9. Emotional reasoning
10. Should statements
11. Labeling and mislabeling
You won't want to miss this very informative and inspirational, as well as entertaining interview!
Motivational Speaker, Author, & EnterTrainer, Lon Kieffer has been featured at National, Regional and Statewide conferences in more than 35 states, and regularly speaks at "Caregiver" forums across the country in addition to performing his one-man, Comedic/Dramatic Play "Defending the Caregiver!" in small venues such as ALF's, CCRC's, and local theaters. With 30 years experience as a Leader in the Caregiver Culture, coupled with his experience as a former professional stand-up comedian, Lon will discuss the internal problems with typical caregiver thinking that allows them to fall into poor health, while making costly decisions on their self-care.
On today's Expressive Mom Show, Miriam Slozberg interviews life coach and author Laurie Wallin about her new book, Get Your Joy Back- Banishing Resentment and Reclaiming Confidence in your Special Needs Family. We discuss how parents and caregivers of children who have special needs end up suffering due to the fact that their own needs are put on the back burner, and she talks about how caregivers can put their needs first while being the best parents that they can be. She also discusses how it is possible to find peace and happiness even during the most stressful times.
During stressful, challenging and difficult times of our lives, it may not be that easy to keep and stay motivated to follow through on our spiritual goals and life work. Listen I as share some ways that have helped me to keep positive and stay motivated, and listen on how a simple technique involving meditation and self-healing can bring you peace of mind and inspiration. If you need a spiritual pick-me-up, this is your show!
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