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    Stay True and Blessed

    Yours Truly,

    Teri Littlejohn


  • How to Transform Traumatic Grief

    in Psychology

    This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele's original show, "Your Life After Trauma."

    Traumatic grief is one of the most difficult aspects of post-trauma life. Survivors grieve their lost selves, the inaction, the changes trauma has brought, the others who may have been hurt at the same time, etc. An inability to overcome traumatic grief can drastically impede recovery, which makes learning how to transform it so very important.

    In this episode of ‘Your Life After Trauma’ Courtney Armstrong, Anxiety, Trauma and Grief Counselor, tells us about her special approach to ‘Transforming Traumatic Grief’.

    For more healing information visit, HealMyPTSD.com. 

  • 00:30

    Episode 1 - Stress Is a Myth

    in Self Help

    Understanding how we create stress and let it influence our lives is fundamental to dealing with stress.  In this first episode of a nine part series, join host Lane Robinson, The Stress Slayer in learning about why her approach to stress management is unique and simple and understand how we create stress in our lives.

  • 00:28

    Traumatic Brain Injuries: The Importance of Research

    in Medicine

    This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.”

    Ignoring a head injury can be fatal. Death can be prevented if the injury is attended to such as in the cases of Natasha Richardson and Oxyclean spokesman, Billy Mays. In addition to the general population, veterans frequently suffer traumatic head injuries, which result in complications. It’s up to us to recognize the importance of managing a head trauma and knowing what to do in case something happens.

    This show is dedicated to providing information surrounding what happens during a head trauma and information that can help survivors know what to do in order to regain optimal health. Dr. David Petruska, board certified neurosurgeon at St. Mary’s Medical Center and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons joined Michele to discuss ‘Trauma & Head Injuries’ from a medical perspective. 

    Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.HealMyPTSD.com.

  • 00:54

    Medical Sociologist, Jane Leserman, Discusses Abuse, Trauma, and Pelvic Pain

    in Health

    Dr. Jane Leserman, who will be speaking at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference this October, is a medical sociologist and retired Professor from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  The focus of her research has been on how stress and traumatic life events (e.g., sexual and physical abuse) affect long-term physical and mental health.  Specifically, she has examined the effects of stress and trauma on patients with gastrointestinal disorders, pelvic pain and those with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).  Her research has shown that trauma and stress are associated with many diverse and severe health effects years after these events.  Stress has been related to faster progression to AIDS and increased risk for mortality among the HIV infected.  Patients being seen for chronic pelvic pain and gastrointestinal disorders have worse health status (more health visits, poorer function, more pain) if they have a history of trauma. Dr. Leserman’s research has been the inspiration behind her becoming a member of the board of her local agency to prevent domestic violence.  Dr. Leserman has authored and co-authored over 100 papers on topics concerning psychosomatic and behavioral medicine. 

    You will not want to miss this one-hour discussion on her research behind the role of physical and sexual abuse and trauma within the diagnoses of chronic pelvic pain disorders. This will be a sneak preview of her larger lecture at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference in October (www.pelvicpain.org). 

  • 00:45

    The Mental Impact of Trauma: Izzy's Journey to Recovery

    in Health

    Talking to an incredible advocate and peer about the effects of early trauma and how it can have a mental impact. Izzy talks to us about some hard facts regarding transitioning out of state institutes and how difficult it can be for individuals. She shares with us her role in her new job as a peer helping individuals with that transition.

    She also shares her personal journey of trauma induced anxiety and depression from experiences at an early age. We follow her story through her teens and into her 20's where she is now in a position of recovery and giving back to people in need.

    Izzy is incredibly knowledgable and I feel lucky to call her my friend and colleague!

  • 00:30

    Episode 4 - Self Healing Ecosystem - Your Body & Stress

    in Self Help

    The American lifestyle has evolved over the last several decades to undermine the body's ability to reduce stress.  This lifestyle makes us more vulnerable than ever before to stress because of the amount of chemicals that have been introduced through the food supply, prescription drugs and products and lifestyle choices we make every day without thinking.  During the episode, we will recommend 3 things to do immediately to make your body more resistant to stress and add to the list as time permits.  This episode is extremely important!

  • 00:30

    PTSD & Yoga: Ideas For Stress Relief

    in Medicine

    This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.”

    Stress. It’s part of life, for sure. Learning coping techniques for stress as well as how to remove stress from you body is highly important.  According to WebMD, the mind is capable of creating 50% more stress than the body can handle. With that statistic in mind and knowing the PTSD stress causes muscle fatigue and pain, this show is dedicated to sharing ways you can take control of your stress and ensure your body remains on a path toward wellness.

    On this episode, Michele was joined by Dave Emerson and Dr. Elizabeth Hopper of the The Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute to discuss ‘PTSD and Yoga: Ideas for Success’.

    Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.HealMyPTSD.com.

  • 00:28

    High Achiever Stress Management

    in Self Help

    In this episode, we will explain how high achievers are  unique in the way they introduce stress, manage stress and relieve it and share some ways high achievers can easily reduce the impact of stress especially on health and relationships.

  • 01:05

    Stress Less Radio Show with Chere Cofield The Stress Manager

    in Health

    Chere Cofield brings you Stress Less Radio with an hour of relaxation, rejuvenation, and education guaranteed to give you the Key Factors you need to live a less stressed, happy, healthy, harmonious life. Chere Cofield along with her guests will provide rich, fulfilling, and accurate information on health, wellness, fitness, and stress relief while you sit back, relax, and enjoy.

    This week's special guests: Former NFL Player Joel Gamble

    Sponsors:   MWHY Magazine    TBAIMS    Healthy Wealthy and Wise RVA Expo   Rita Ricks     Off The Vine    Audible Trail 


  • 00:29

    10 Surprising Facts about Your Brain - Stress Busting Secret #45

    in Health

    Stephanie Stanfield, Ph.D., stress expert and energy therapy practitioner, shares her vast experience and research of health, healing and stress management into an entertaining and educational format. 

    To begin lowering your stress, listen to what the most serious stressor are and find out:

    Let's review what the 5 major stressors are.
    What do you do when your contract is complete and you aren't ready to move?
    Are you living in the movie Groundhog Day?
    Can the subconscious be a major stressor?
    How does it get any better than this?

    Are you curious as to what you can do to feel more energized, be more efficient, feel happier, and have the changes you choose in your life? Spend some time with Dr. Steph and enjoy the journey to a healthier and more purposeful life!