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Air date: January 31, 2015
Description: Join Lisa as she shares a loving project by actor, writer, Tembi Locke (Dr. Grace Monroe on Eureka). Although Ms. Locke could not be a guest on today's show, she did give Lisa permission to share her story and her project in the hopes of helping those coping with long-term caregiving as well as with the grieving process after the loss of a loved one. Tune in to hear Ms. Locke's story and about her special project. Lisa will also give one or two callers mini-mediumship readings.
Please call in at (646) 929-0732. And if your loved one(s) want to connect with you through Lisa today, she'll be happy to relay any validations and messages.*
*Please know this is a mediumship reading and Lisa cannot foresee your future. For more information, please visit: http://messagesfromtheotherside.net
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Welcome to Dance with Mental Health with Meg Dog, bipolar peer specialist and Doc Reimers, psychologist in NJ. Dance With Mental Health is a talk show that advocates for positive mental health and wellness. When you "dance with your mental health condition" you are taking the right steps to move towards emotional healing by allowing self-acceptance at every turn. In each episode a few stories are shared regarding a person’s real life story struggling with a mental health condition. Their stories are truly inspiring and will touch your heart, open your mind and give you a deeper understanding and appreciation for the challenges that an individual faces as they journey towards wellness. Doc and Meg Dog will utilize these amazing stories to provide refreshing solutions, incorporating mindfulness, and encouragement. Please feel free to call us or listen as we join together and give a message of hope and support for our mental health community.
PTSD symptoms create a huge sensation of disconnection between you and yourself, others and the world. They also stop you from feeling as if you live a life filled with purpose. Do you have to wait until you're recovered to get back on the purpose track? No. In fact, focusing your purpose during recovery can actually be a big support in healing. Today's guest, beloved creativity expert, Eric Maisel, offers insight on finding your life purpose while coping with symptoms.
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 ChangeYouChoose.com.
Bob Zima, MA/LCPC, is a self described “Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back.” He has experienced many trips to the gates of Hell and has lived to tell the tale.
In this short, 15 minute podcast, Bob shares with you his insights and lessons learned from several trips to Hell and back.
Today’s show features a discussion on how gaining and maintaining sobriety is a scorched earth process. The one seeking recovery needs to give up their favorite coping techinque, social support networks and leisure activities just to get "healthy."
Although sobriety is a goal, for may who suffer from addictions, they know all to well the price that is needing to be paid. A little compassion and understanding from the rest of you (and us) goes a long want in securing a sober future.
Distrust is the confident expectation that another individual's motives, intentions, and behaviors are sinister and harmful to one's own interests. In interdependent relationships, this often entails a sense of fear and anticipation of discomfort or danger. Distrust naturally prompts us to take steps that reduce our vulnerability in an attempt to protect our interests. Accordingly, our distrust of others is likely to evoke a competitive (as opposed to cooperative) orientation that stimulates and exacerbates conflict. Distrust has also been linked to lower job satisfaction, commitment, and motivation.
The Devil began this whole mess called "the world" in the Bible, when he induced distrust for God's Word in the minds of Adam and Eve.
Through distrust, SATAN seduced Adam and Eve away from submitting to the most wonderful, lovable, giving, concerned, sensitive and helpful Personality in all creation—God. Can you imagine that? The Devil convinced them that God could not be trusted!
Distrust is a powerful incentive whose fruit is divorce. Our first parents sinned and division began. The world has not been united since. When there is distrust, faith evaporates. Fear, anxiety and depression escalate, and the motivation to be personally secure and free from the hassles of coping intensifies. The "fight or flight" mechanism kicks in.
In 1987, Dr. Reese Patterson was diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer. He was told his illness was terminal. Miraculously his illness and his continuing survival gave hope to hundreds of fellow patients. Through the years, Dr. Patterson counseled many hundreds of cancer patients and shared with them the concepts that have helped him cope with this EXTREMELY frightening disease.
Dr. Reese Patterson has written many coping manuels for different types of cancer, and he has Fed-Exed copies to patients all over the word after they have contacted him. He does all this at his own expense. He does not own a computer, and so all his material is hand-written, or reprints from his published articles. Dr. Patterson is genius, albeit a very humble one.
Join us for a discussion on caregiving promises--those we make to ourselves and to our caree. Call us during our live show to share your thoughts about promises.
About Bruce, our show's co-hose:
Bruce lives to encourage and inspire as many people as possible, especially caregivers and those living with a chronic condition. He is the author of Resilient Life and Graceful Transitions. He has served as a non-profit, church, and business leader. You can purchase Graceful Transitions at caregiving.com and read more from Bruce at brucemcintyre.com.
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Welcome to Dance with Mental Health with Meg Dog and Doc Reimers, psychologist in NJ. Dance With Mental Health is a talk show that looks at various mental health diagnoses in positive ways. When you "dance with your mental health condition" you are taking the right steps to move towards emotional healing with acceptance at every turn. The next few episodes are dedicated to helping you and your family members get off to a new start this year regardless of your diagnosis. It’s time to take a personal inventory, review some of the problems you had last year and find new strategies to resolve the issues. New Year Resolutions are only helpful if we can see where we came from (the mistakes we have made) so we can have a better direction of where we are heading. Call us and find your way. “If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere,” a quote by Frank Clark and Doc says, “You have to trip a few times to stay steady on your feet and that is the dance with mental health”!
Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister's Memoir, A Brother's Struggle, shares her story of caring for her brother, Paul, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16.
Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister’s Memoir, A Brother’s Struggle (Bridgeross Communications; 2014) is the second of ten children. Her younger brother, Paul, was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16. Busy with her own family and career, she helped with his care only intermittently for many years, but took on a more intense role after her parents death and especially after he developed physical ailments, as well as the psychological ones. She found herself very moved by the experience and writes about caring for her brother in hopes that it will enlighten the public on the role of caregivers. Katherine holds an MFA from Manhattanville College, a BA from Le Moyne College, an MA from the University of Buffalo and a MBA from the University of Minnesota at Duluth. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Inkwell Magazine, as well as The Bedford Record Review, Northwords Press, Sensations Magazine, Pandaloon Press, Poetry Motel and Pink Elephant Magazine. A narrative non-fiction piece, which later became a chapter of Shot in the Head, was included in Stories from the Couch, an anthology of essays about coping with mental illness. Dering taught Spanish briefly and is a former CFO at a community bank in New York. She currently serves on the board of directors of a startup bank and actively volunteers with the League of Women Voters and the Northern Westchester Community Center. For more information please visit http://www.shotintheheadbook.com and find Katherine on Facebook and Twitter
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