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You're doing all you can to take care of your caree, your career, your finances, your family, yourself. And, yet, someone complains or judges. And, then you feel the resentment built. How do you fight it? Linda Goin, who cares for her dad and cared for her mom, shares what she learned about battling resentment.
Linda Goin is a 60-year-old writer and entrepreneur. She's now writing a memoir about her experiences about caregiving her mother, who died from bile duct cancer in June 2014. Linda spent the better part of 2013 and 2014 caregiving her mother in her parents' home, and she's now a long-distance caregiver to her Dad. Although the distance between her home and her parents' home is only eight hours, that distance is just enough to make things complicated. The length of time Linda spent with her parents away from her home took a toll on her marriage; but, she and her husband are learning how to work things out through "co-caregiving" this time around.
In today’s society, we often hear about women being lied to, cheated on and even emotionally/physically abused…What we don’t hear a lot about is how to deal with the aftermath that’s certain to include hurt, pain and resentment. “The Dedan Tolbert Show” returns LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST with Part II of our two night special on “The Effects of Dealing with a Cheater”. To hear how to move forward with your life with no pain or bitterness in your heart, as well as a classic “Ask Dedan Advice Hour”, call 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters for Over 10 Years” #RRTM
Is there an ex in your life who you harbor ill feelings or "Resentment" towards? TONIGHT on Beauty Shop Talk Wednesdays, we'll break down the lyrics of Beyonce's hit song and explain why 90% of single black women are Emotionally Unavailable in some way. To change your life, listen LIVE by calling 646 200 0366 or at DedanTolbert.com
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Are you dealing with anger or resentment? Perhaps these feelings are buried so deep that they have remained unaddressed for a very long time. Know that the problem is not the anger. The real problem lies in not being able to identify the real reason for the anger so that you can do something about it.
Anger and resentment occur for two primary reasons:
1) You believe someone or something prevents you from getting what you want.
2) You believe something should or should not be happening the way it is happening.
Nelson Mandela is quoted as saying, "Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies." Join us as we explore ways to change our attention from anger to finding out what we value, meeting these needs, and creating a fulfilling life.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the necessity of allowing the Spirit of God to take away bitterness and resentment in the hear (soul). Someone noted that all problems of living are human, therefore they can all be solved by human insight. That is a fine idea, but it lacks credibility because it is limited by a school or particular perceptual framework,whereas the Spirit of God is not. Bitterness and resentment create terrible suffering in the soul,and the person so bound is trapped in misery. If the Son sets you free, you are free indeed.
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Do you find yourself filled with impatience or a short fuse and just plain angry all the time? Society further encourages this emotion through sarcasm, and cynicism that is presented in a manner that is supposed to be humorous. Join me as we facilitate releasing this programming and embrace a more peaceful content way of living.
"Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned."-Buddha
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Do you find it difficult to release feelings of resentment toward a friend, a relative, or a co-worker? Harboring resentment is hard work. Resentment can be equated to heavy baggage we might lug to the airport. Our minds and bodies are affected by the burden called resentment. Fatigue, depression, sadness, anger, you name it, resentment can trigger a vast array of emotions within us and deplete our natural energies in the process. So, listen to Dr. Joan as she discusses ways you might try which potentially might free you from your burden and allow you to move ahead with your life.
Whether you are experiencing relationship breakdowns at home, at work, or at play, tune in to hear Dr. Joan describe alternative solutions. Follow Dr. Joan as she guides you toward keys for harmony.
If you would like to reach Dr. Joan, please visit her website at www.harmonykeys.net and follow the directions given there.
A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's published stories about human relationships. She is currently reading from her first novel Gra Im Thu! I Love You! The story is about two Irish families who choose to intermarry, even though they are poles apart in the areas of religion and politics. Tune in and listen to the story, as the O'Grady and Gwynn families learn to solve their potato encounters and develop a sure-fire method for making delicious mashed potatoes together. Find out how diversity and harmony can live in the same house!
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We will continue our discussion on relationships and ADHD, focusing on how easily resentment can build for both parties when one or both individuals has ADHD.
We will have two guests on the show: A man who is in a committed relationship with someone with ADHD, and a woman who has ADHD and was in a committed relationship with someone without ADHD.
Please join us for this special 1.5 hour session and feel free to call in with your questions or comments!
Justine Ruotolo, aka Miss ADD, has been an ADHD coach for over 20 years, helping people with ADHD embrace their gifts and overcome roadblocks.
www.missadd.com @justineruotolo fb.com/missaddjustine
Six-time Author, Radio Show Host,and Caregiving expert, Denise M. Brown launched CareGiving.com in 1996; the website features the blogs of family caregivers, weekly words of comforts, free webinars, free weekly self-care plans and an active community. Denise’s books include: "The Caregiving Years, Six Stages to a Meaningful Journey," "Take Comfort, Reflections of Hope for Caregivers" and "After Caregiving Ends, A Guide to Beginning Again."
Denise's insights about the family caregiver experience have been featured in Time magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, Money magazine and Chicago Tribune as well as on NPR.org and SmartMoney.com. She served as a community peer reviewer for Pew Research Center's report, "Family Caregivers are Wired for Health," released in June 2013. Denise also recently presented about the family caregiver experience at “Our Aging Market,” an event sponsored by The Harvard Business School Association of Boston.
Join Dave, The Caregivers Caregiver Radio Program for this wonderful interview!
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Join us for some synthesizing musings about power, resentment, violence, and creativity as our host, Kevin Boileau, consides a number of points, issues, and comments on recent shows.
Do you consider yourself an honest person or are you really just plain rude?!?
If we are truly honest with ourselves, we understand that being rude is merely the expression of transient and fleeting ego thoughts that we express to relieve our own fear, pain and suffering. We articulate our temporary feelings of impatience, frustration, anger, resentment and jealousy purely to ease our own discomfort and pain. It is not "being honest" to voice every thought that pops into our head. This is not honesty, it is pain avoidance!
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