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During this show, you will hear from Dr. Pam Love's special guest, Dr. Mark Anshel, Full Professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology, at Middle Tennessee State University. Dr. Anshel will discuss why we do things every single day that we know are bad for us but keep doing them and why it is so hard to stop and do the "right" thing. Dr. Mark Anshel's Disconnected Values Model has helped many people shift their behavior and take action that aligns with their values.
Today's show will help you address some of the things that keep you stuck and move forward to do those things that are in your heart.
Welcome to Creating Great Health with your host, Ayoe Lai.
In this episode we will talk about how we often feel disconnected from ourselves, our friends and family. Ayoe will share personal stories with you about how she handles those feelings and move on from there. There will be suggestions on how you can move forward towards being more connected to your life and really enjoy and embrace that you are here right at this moment.
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May 28, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Learning to Connect in a Disconnected World
INTERVIEW GUEST: Dr. Nancy R. Harris, DSS
Dr. Nancy R. Harris is an Intuitive Psychotherapist specializing in helping highly sensitive, intuitive, gifted people find inner peace and harmony in their lives and relationships. She also helps women, men, and couples quickly and easily release and re-program old trauma, emotional blocks, fears and anxieties. She is internationally known for her unique and transformational training programs and private intuitive counseling. She is also the author of Take Two Cookies and Call me in the Morning: How to Connect in a Disconnected World.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Most of us think of love as the wonderful experience of feeling connected. But, have you ever been in a relationship where you felt it was the other person’s responsibility to make you happy, to meet all of your needs, to understand you and know what you want without asking? Or have you been on the other side of this scenario? You were the partner expected to fulfill the other person and manage their happiness. Either situation is perpetually frustrating and not the "connection" you envisioned when your first met your partner. Is it possible to learn to connect learn how to find and create loving connections in life? Is there a recipe? Can you learn to connect in a disconnected world?
Podcast #244 is one of those spur of the moment podcasts regarding disconnection, and various ways that such has and still continues in modern day America. On the last podcast one of the segments was an interview by Glenn Beck with an individual who admitted he was an agnostic. Rather than confront the individual, Mr. Beck found and used a common word and action, a point of agreement instead an area of disagreement; the word and action was love. Glenn disconnected, but not totally, from a confrontation regarding that individual’s religion - meaning his belief system. Another segment featured a sermon by Joel Osteen entitled, “Invisible but Invaluable”. Many individuals think and believe that Joel Osteen has disconnected from mainline Christianity because of many of his statements to various interviewers. The last segment of podcast #243 features Kevin Sorbo and what happens when the American culture and society disconnects from BIBLICAL Precepts and Principles. The time is now to reconnect with charity (aka LOVE), Hope, and FAITH, before the American public are all dressed the same.
Philip Rivers entered the day leading the NFL in passing yards, and ended the day as the leader. Rivers set San Diego Charger records for completions (43), attempts (65), and yards (503) in a game. The Green Bay Packers defense allowed 548 total yards but knocked down Rivers 65th pass to secure the 27-20 victory. With the win, the Packers improve to 6-0 while the Chargers drop to 2-4.
The Chargers kept Aaron Rodgers and the Packer offense on the sideline for most of the game by dominating the time of possession. They held a 38:00 to 22:00 minute advantage. This equated to outgaining the Packers 548-370. The Packers had a hard time getting off the field on third down, as Rivers converted 50% of the Chargers third downs. Although, the Packers defense struggled to get off the field and allowed chunks of yards, they came up with a play when it mattered most. Damarius Randall knocked down Rivers pass intended for Danny Woodhead with 15 seconds left.
Aaron Rodgers had another pedestrian day completing 16 of 29 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns. The Packers struggled to sustatin drives, and lost rookie Ty Montgomery to injury. This allowed wide receiver Jeff Janis to haul in his first career receptions. Eddie Lacy was uanble to get untracked rushing four times for three yards. James Starks had the longest touchdown play of the day. Starks took the handoff, was bottled up and spun off tackle. When you got outside it was a 65 yard foot race to the end zone giving the Packers a 14-3 lead. Afer three 80 plus yard scoring drives to start the game, the Packers offense began to stutter.
Kate Otto is the founder and director of Everyday Ambassador, a network of organizations and individuals who run and engage in international service opportunities and travel abroad experiences, as well as domestic community service projects. She travels the world working on global health programs, having worked in Indonesia, Ethiopia, Ghana, and South Africa. She writes for Huffington Post and Christian Science Monitor, and currently lives in New York City. Check out her best selling book here
I have heard many people express a sense of being disconnected from people and life. What is going on? Are you feeling the same? If feels like everyday is Halloween.
We will share our personal experiences and observations that seem to be more intense since the beginning of last year.
To join in the conversation you can call our toll-free number at 877-257-6517 here on THE MAN CAVE FORUM.
Lily Gardner with the North Star Show will be talking about principles to follow to achieve miracles. She will also be explaining the energy healing modality called The Emotion Code and doing processes with people who call in. The Emotion Code is an amazing process that helps people to identify and literally release trapped emotions- which are harmful emotional energies from negative past events. Trapped emotions can cause emotional and physical imbalances in the body. They can also block people from love and happiness and make them feel disconnected from others.
Read My Lips host akaRadioRed brings you lively, unscripted, spontaneous, non-canned interviews with interesting authors on a range of topics. Listen LIVE on Mondays 7-8 pm/Eastern or anytime on-demand.
Topic: Suicide has reached such epidemic proportions that we all know someone affected by suicide – and we all have a part to play in reaching out to save lives.
The epidemic: The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 800,000 people die by suicide each year – more than annual deaths due to war and homicide combined. World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10 creates awareness of our role in providing support to the vulnerable, at-risk people we know or may meet.
Our expert: Adele McDowell, Ph.D is a practicing psychotherapist and former crisis hot-line responder, with 30+ years of experience helping people find hope and balance in the face of crisis, trauma and grief. She is the author of Making Peace with Suicide: A Book of Hope, Understanding, and Comfort (White Flowers Press, 2015). "Reaching out to anyone who feels disconnected or is struggling can be a life-saving act."
On READ MY LIPS today: Dr. McDowell will discuss…
Suicide risk factors and how to spot them
Fact or Myth: More suicides occur around Christmas? Women are more prone than men?
Ways to engage non-judgmentally with someone who needs support
Where to find professional services and ensure appropriate care
The role you as an individual, our communities and society play in responding to the epidemic
Dr. McDowell's book speaks to everyone who has lost a loved one to suicide, anyone who is considering committing suicide, and those who work with or counsel the bereaved and suicidal.
Join Host Pam Kroskie and her guest David Quint as they chat about his film Father Unknown,
FATHER UNKNOWN is the true story of a man's struggle to face the emptiness he carries inside.
Disconnected from the people closest to him and haunted by the secrecy in his family,
he records his desperate search for connection on a journey with the father he's never truly known.
Recorded on a cameraphone as it happened the film captures the journey of a son and his father as the return to an orphanage in Switzerland, a 700 year old castle. FATHER UNKNOWN is screening at film festivals, conferences and theatrical screening events across the country including: The Starz Denver Film Festival, The Martha’s Vineyard FIlm Festival, The Omaha FIlm Festival, The american Psychiatric Association FIlm Festival and The American Adoption Congress Annual Conference. David and his father Urban Quint are traveling the country screening the film and having conversations with audiences about their story afterwards.
More information is available here: http://www.fatherunknown.com
Tom Gagliano debuts his latest book on parenting. Thomas Gagliano, author of the best seller, “The Problem Was Me”, a motivational speaker and respected leader in the field of self-help therapy has just authored his second book: Don’t Put Your Crap in Your Kid’s Diaper (Amazon CreateSpace, August, 2015). Thomas challenges parents to take ownership of and deal with their own crap thereby decreasing its negative impact on their children and families. His advice is dispensed with humor and examples from his own experience as a son and a father.
In Don’t Put Your Crap in Your Kid’s Diaper, Gagliano opens with a simple admission; When we [parents] think we’re doing our best, it can be unpleasant to hear someone say we can do better. Parenting may be the most difficult responsibility any of us will undertake. Even our best parenting efforts have distortions and can be improved. This book will help parents recognize which areas of their parenting skills are strong and which areas need attention as well as giving parents the tools to keep them on track.
Let’s face it; families today are met with challenges that generations before were not. More frequently both parents must work, having less time than ever to nurture their own intimate relationships and to parent. This often leads to grandparents and extended family members becoming primary caregivers. One-third of grandparents today are asked to step into the role of parent. Additionally, electronic entertainment by way of smartphones, video games and computers occupy much of our children’s attention. Families have become disconnected.
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