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According to the AAVA, Americans owned more than 157 million pets in 2012. Americans LOVE their pets! A big problem with pets, however, is that their lives are shorter than human lives. We love them, and lose them far too soon for us. How do we deal with losing them? What do we need to do in order to grieve their loss fully, then go on with our own lives? What do we do about getting another pet? Russell Friedman and his colleagues, author of Grief Recovery from Pet Loss, is an expert in grief and applies his understanding to the very real grief we human feel when our pets die. Russell and co-author John James have created the Grief Recovery Method, shared with you when you listen to Full Power Living.
So many people preface the report of the deep grief they feel after the death of their dog, cat or bird, with “I know I’m being stupid/silly, but….” It turns out that grief is grief, and grief felt over the death of our beloved pet is no more silly or stupid than grief we feel over the lost of a person we love. Who better to discuss this with than someone who is an expert on all aspects of grief. Listen on Thursday as Russell Friedman talks with us on questions most of us have when we suffer loss. Click here to visit Russell Friedman’s website!
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Show Topic: The argument against co-ed facilities is buffered by the frequency in which clients in residential treatment facilities are engaging in romantic relationships. The rate of success of these relationships are so low it doesn't even register statisically. These Recovery Romances also initiate in 12 Step support groups, and other recovery formats. What does register are the recovery processes derailed. Why do these Recovery Romances get started? Why are the particpants resistant to outside influence against the relationships? Is true individual recovery possible when you are involved in a Recovery Romance? Lets dig down into this dilema.........
Show Segments: Recap, Show Topics, Recovery Support Time
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Show Topic: You're progressing through treatment. You've turned the corner. You see the end of the treatment road on the horizon. The end of the safety of the cocoon is near. Your tool kit is stocked. It's now about repetition, practice, and exercising your new or readjusted attitutude and behaviors. Then BOOM (or BAM), you blow it up. You "engineer" a relapse. You SABOTAGE yourself, and the process. Why do we do this to ourselves?!?
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Grief & Disease Done Different - Wendy Mulder & Liam Phillips .
We both have experienced Grief and Disease in our own separate ways . Today we will be chatting together about our 3 day telecall which is coming up on the 16th/ 17th/ 18th July. Liam and I have books written about these topics and would love to share with you our combimed knowledge and gifts we have recieved, from the questions and choices we have made.
Send any questions beforehand to either:
Wendy Mulder at email@example.com or liam Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hugs & gratitude Liam and Wendy
In July Wendy and Liam have a telecall series to give the tools and processes to unlocking disease and grief in a totally different way, click HERE
In the latest edition of the encouragement group host David Gerber discusses the recovery messages found in the Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory movie. Here we identify can do people who make mistakes, but ultimately achieve more than just their goals when the choose to do the work and be honest. Michael Boccia chimes in by discussing the importance of following the program and being patient. Listen in as miracles will be shared.
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Show Topic: In the TC model, but not limited to this model, are five integrated core competencies that must be addressed while going through the treatment experience. Today we're going to to discuss three aspects within the Emotional / Psychological competency that must be identified, examined/validated, addressed, and resolved, PRIOR to leaving the treatment setting. We're talking about ones Fears, Insecurities, and Inadequacies. We'll disucss why this particular competency is integral to overall success in Recovery, and some tools for initiating the process.
Show Segments: Happy Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
Gaining insight on how grief effects our lives.
This episode is very sensitive to a lot of people. So many people are walking around trying to pick up where they left off, from a traumatic loss. That loss can be from anything (loss of a loved one, job, pet, home, money, etc...). It stings and hurt the soul. Some people can't even began to recover from their experience, it becomes unbearable and soon those people lose hope.
This episode is sure to be inspirational and self-healing. The healing process begins when we release the painful thoughts in turns we feel the pain in our body.
Tune in and call in to share your story.
You can call in during the LIVE broadcast or chat with me in the chat room.
So let's get started and let the healing begin!!
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OCGRadio WILL NOT BE ON LIVE TODAY AS OUR BROADCAST HOST IS STILL WORKING TO RESOLVE OUR BROADCAST ISSUES THAT WE EXPERIENCED DURING THE LAST SHOW. WE PLAN TO BE BACK LIVE NEXT TUESDAY. PLEASE ENJOY OUR REPLAY OF OUR "FORGIVENESS" SHOW.
This show seemed to be quite popular despite the technical issues that interrupted the show. We're playing an edited podcast after removing the interrupt point so the show is only about 90 minutes long.
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Sometimes when we get swept away in our addiction/depression/anxiety/pain/fear, we can get off track really quickly. A set of guiding principles can be a good road map to stay on track. But whose principles do you use? How do you know which set to use and can you change your mind about which set to follow? Can you pick and choose.
We will be talking about principles and how to discover what is and will work for you. We will discover how to build a system of recovery that will work when your mind and heart are taking a different direction.
Join me every Monday at 8PM PST on Building Blocks of Recovery radio. Also make sure to sign up for the free online conference "How I Bounced Back", All day September 19 on http://www.buildingblocksofrecovery.com
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Most people define nurturing as self care . What if that is just the start? When there is loss, there are also new possibilities for creating something different . Something beyond what you knew was possible before your life changed . What if grief could be a catalyst for new choices that create even more for you and your life ? Join me as I interview Lisa Murray, Founder of Creativity Lab about ways we can begin to nuture a new life into being . What is it that your grief is contributing to you? Lets find out! and have some fun with Lisa .
A little about Lisa
Today I've invited Lisa Murray from Creativity lab to join me in an exploration of the contribution that grief can be to our life if we will allow it . What could be different if you would nuture new possibilities into place with ease? Grief often comes from loss. Lisa lost much of her old life within a very short time, including her job, her house, her dog , and her relationship.as she states " She didn't quite lose her mind but it was close ". Lisa plays with people to nuture ideas into reality. She offers events and online adventures which invite you to create your life from a kinder, gentler space . How did we get so lucky to have the Gift that Lisa is in the world !
You can find Lisa Murray at www.CreativityLab.tv
Any Questions please feel free to email me at email@example.com
Whether it’s due to the loss of a loved one, job, beloved pet or relationship, grief comes in many forms. When faced with grief, it can be easy to become stuck or confused as we’re unsure where to turn next. And, unfortunately, this lack of direction and inability to deal with the grief can lead to isolation and despair.
“It’s time to begin an epic journey of the heart and embrace the inspiration and empowerment that can come from the grieving process,” says Mandy Eppley, a 22+ year practicing licensed psychotherapist and host of Finding Hope on the eWomen Radio Network.
Eppley, along with Chris Saâde, now a psychological and spiritual coach, has developed The Model of Heart-Centered Grief, a 7-step program available on DVD and through streaming access, focused on guiding those dealing with grief toward the special gifts that can be found in this process. In this episode of Finding Hope Counselor Mandy and Chris give an overview of the 7 steps, encouraging individuals to embrace this process as an opportunity for personal growth and exploration, as well as a way of transformation and finding hope.
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