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This weeks topic is nurture. We know that nurture is important for a child. To be nurtured and given the food, shelter, and love that is required for a child to grow. Is nurturing still important as we grow into womanhood? If so how do we nurture ourselves? What is it to nurture as an adult? And why even get the nurturing we need.
Today we will discuss the how, what and why, of nurturing as an adult.
We always hvae two choices in life. To choose the path of self-destruction or the path of Self-nurture.
Most of us have had something horrific happen. We have been traumatized and "marked" with the self-destructive ability. How do you, in that moment of decision, self-nurture. What does it mean to choose self-nurture over that natural instinct of negative belief or negative action?
Today we will be discussing the difference of these two paths and there is a choice, only, between the two.
We will aslo talk about empowerment tools to self-nurture and what you can do in that moment of decision.
This week we have been talking about nurture.
What it is
How to choose the path of self-nurture and know when we are on the path of self-destruction
Allowing the healing touch to nurture
Nurturing our wants
And today we are going to go to the core. The ultimate nurturing is that of our core values.
To be on a quest to find the core values and then to live in the daily is the ultimate way to let go of control, live in our divinity, and to allow great ease in our lives.
Dis-ease is us being out of ease. To find that ease again through nurturing our greatest assests, our values.
This week would not be complete without talking about the power of healthy touch to nurture.
In our experience there has been many with fear around healthy touch. Many haven't received a massage or allowed touch to bring more understanding about the body.
Today we are discussing the importance of touch and how to overcome some of the fears. We will also be inviting those that listen to put money and time aside to nurture self through a massage or energy work.
What plays a bigger role when it comes to our physical, mental and emotional health: NATURE or NURTURE? Dial 347-850-8486 at 8p ET/7p CT on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 and join Root Cause Radio as we answer this age-old question in light of Mothers' Day on Sunday, May 10th.
We send big thanks should be sent to all mothers and parental figures who are devoted to nurturing their children on a daily basis. Invite a friend to tune in with you & join us with our special guests:
Dr. Maxwell Nartey
Dr. Charlie Abbott
A fascinating look at the evolution of behavioral science, the revolutionary way it’s changing the way we live, and how nurturing environments can increase people’s well-being in virtually every aspect of our society, from early childhood education to corporate practices. If you want to know how you can help create a better world, read this book.
What if there were a way to prevent criminal behavior, mental illness, drug abuse, poverty, and violence? Written by behavioral scientist Tony Biglan, and based on his ongoing research at the Oregon Research Institute, The Nurture Effect offers evidence-based interventions that can prevent many of the psychological and behavioral problems that plague our society.
For decades, behavioral scientists have investigated the role our environment plays in shaping who we are, and their research shows that we now have the power within our own hands to reduce violence, improve cognitive development in our children, increase levels of education and income, and even prevent future criminal behaviors. By cultivating a positive environment in all aspects of society—from the home, to the classroom, and beyond—we can ensure that young people arrive at adulthood with the skills, interests, assets, and habits needed to live healthy, happy, and productive lives.
The Nurture Effect details over forty years of research in the behavioral sciences, as well as the author’s own research. Biglan illustrates how his findings lay the framework for a model of societal change that has the potential to reverberate through all environments within society.
Anthony Biglan, PhD, is a senior scientist at Oregon Research Institute and a leading figure in the development of prevention science.
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Have you stopped to look up at the clouds, how about sitting in your yard and listening to the birds singing. A walk in the woods, by a river, along the ocean or sitting by a lake. Nature will nurture your soul. Working in the garden can bring you back to your true self. It's a good quiet time. Leave your cell phone inside and get your hands dirty!
Spending time outdoors is good for the soul. Walking is good for the body and mind. Sunshine is needed (vitamin D)!
Call in to listen or talk with me about how you can or you do nurture yourself with nature!
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