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Students in classes from pre-school to graduate levels experience the
impact of stress related to war, violence, and/or trauma. However,
stress is subjective and all human beings react differently based on
their genetic make-up, personality, experiences, and environment.
Adult Learners with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and
Depression experience even greater stress and anxiety handling
everyday pressures of work and school schedules. In addition, the
competition for present and future jobs is another source of great
stress for most Adult Learners. Dr. Applewhite and guests will discuss
ways to minimize the impact of stress reported by Adult Learners and
Student Veterans regarding conflicts in Syria, Iran, Afghanistan,
African countries and other places around the world. Listen to the
episodes of the Student2Teacher(tm) show any day of the week and our
schedule of shows by visiting www.whiteappleinstitute.org .To learn
more about how you can support our disabled students and Veterans
achieve their education and workforce goals visit
http://www.whiteappleinstitute.org and please make a tax-deductible
donation of $5 or more. Thank you.
Betty and Doris discuss different stress triggers and their effect
There is so much pressure being put on people now a days, which is causing everyone a lot of stress. Stress isn't good for anyone, so it is important to know what causes stress and how to deal with it. Stress interfers with people's lives everyday, but it doesn't have to. Learn what triggers the stress and stop it from happening. Its important to not fill your mind with pain and panic.
Join us as we chat with Author, Lecturer, Nutritional Consultant and Clinical Hypnotist Jeanne Ricks about her new book The Biology of Beating Stress. Stress is killing us unilaterally. All races, creeds, colors, socioeconomic groups, political parties--it does not discriminate.
Listen in on how changing your environment, your body , and your brain can help you find balance and peace. Call in at 347-996-3160.
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Have a cup of tea (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they guide you into effectively establishing boundaries with people at work and in your personal life. Join Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost with special guest Ana Weber, Business "Rainmaker," Writer, Speaker, 360 Degree Personal/Professional Coach/Relationship Expert, and Philanthropist.
Define your compass that motivates you into action, learning about personal and professional boundaries that support you feeling safe, empowered, and effective. We will look at what are boundaries, what are our current boundaries and what can we do to ensure we set and hold boundaries in healthy ways.
Download free handouts at Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.
Build your emotional resilience with music medicine. Learn how to apply music medicine in your life to manage more easily the ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Contact special guest Ana Weber www.360degreesofsuccess.com.
A discussion about what reversing a disease looks like. Or any other work in progress that you may be in. Bio-individualism is of the utmost priority. Another words embracing the idea that a one size fits all approach is limited. Too many times we have been asked to blindly believe. This show is an attempt to illustrate the plight someone might experience in life. It is an ever changing topic, that everone relates to in their own way. Its a celebration of life. Sense a Work In Progress is an illustration of life.
Whats you current work in progress?
To good health.
Join us at 9:30am PDT on Thursday, October 2nd 2014 on the Alternative Healing Channel - Blog Talk Radio. Learn why
Emotional Stress Release is an incredible simple, easily learned and quick-to-use technique for releasing stress in EVERY area of your life and how you can use it to change your life!
Marie Matteson, MS, medical intuitive, clairvoyant and owner of Matteson Communications (www.mattesoncommunications.com) and myself, Bonnie Atchley, host and creator of the Alternative Healing channel at BlogTalk Radio will be discussing the numerous areas of our lives where this amazing Emotional Stress Release technique (tool) can be used successfully to minimize the impact of stress and totally release the debilitating effect of chronic stress in our lives.
Emotional Stress Release has been one of the most often visited / listened to episodes we have aired. Today we will be sharing how to use this technique with stressful relationships, stressful money concerns/issues, stressed out job challenges and more.
Join us at 9:30am PDT on Thursday, October 2nd 2014 in the chat room ( http://www.blogtalkradio.com/alternativehealing ) or call-in to (215) 383-3838
"Every aspect of our lifes depends on the normal functioning of our brains...All of our human qualities are at risk if something goes wrong with our brains." W. Maxwell Cowan, neurscientist.
A Thousand Moms begins a major, 7-part series to launch a new educational series on our most precious resource: our brains.
Based on the Dana Sourcebook of Brain Science, created, written, and edited by A Thousand Moms' Dave Balog and now re-released, the series with cover a wide variety of topics for the general public.
Podcast 1, Revealing the Workings, the Wonder, of the Human Brain will cover just what exactly this extraordinary resource means to us and what we are learning about it.
Future episodes with cover:
Behind the Scenes in the Adolescent Brain
Stress: Too Little Is as Bad as Too Much
Depression and the Brain
Alcohol and Drugs: A Brain Disease
Suicide: Death in Life's Springtime
Sports, Concussions and the Brain
Fear and Anxiety: The Power of Emotions
Shakespeare's Insights into the Brain: The Arts and Learning
Pain and the Brain: It's a Memory
The Aging Brain: Attitude Counts
Painful relationships and breakups can hurt you so much that it feels impossible to move on. The past seems to play over and over in your mind like a broken record. In this segment, Lyn Twyman will discuss stress and trauma and why understanding the difference is important to establishing healthy relationships and moving on from a past with domestic abuse.
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For some people, stress and pressure are badges of honor. Many people talk proudly of how much stress they are under. The implication is that these people are stressed because they are doing very important work and have a significant amount of responsibility.
On the other hand, for some people, admitting to having stress is a display of weakness. Women (studies show) feel more comfortable using the term "stress" than men. They describe feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, and tension as stress. Even depression is often described as a symptom or a result of stress.
Whatever we call it, prolonged stress is not healthy and should not be touted as an essential part of life. However, new findings have come to light that tell us it is not the stress itself that is dangerous but whether or not we believe we are stressed. In other words, it's the way we "feel" about stress that makes stress stressful.
So, if we feel stress is harmful and we talk about how bad stress is for us, we make it even worse. If we don't see stress as bad or harmful, it won't be. The power of the mind should not be underrated. You can do lots of simple things to manage your stress. Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, and learn what you can do.
Find out how to stop stress from ruining your life! My guest this week is known as The Patch Adams of Psychology. Yes, I will be chatting with Dr. Jack Singer and he will inspire, energize and motivate you to not only lighten up in your workplace, but to positively impact your immune system so you can add life to your years and years to your lives! If you want to significantly reduce stress from your daily life tune in for Dr. Jack’s stress busting tips… they will be life changing.
Jack Singer holds a doctorate in Industrial/Organizational and a post-doctorate in Clinical and Sport Psychology. A sought after author and media guest, Jack appears frequently on MSNBC,CNN, FOX, ESPN and radio talk shows throughout the United States and Canada. Dr. Jack ranks among the world's leaders in developing strategies for eliminating stress and rejuvenating organizations and their greatest assets-their employees! He was recently referred to by attendees as "The Patch Adams of Psychology" and "The Will Rogers of the Twenty-First Century." Indeed, his research and training in the burgeoning field of developing humor, fun and laughter as the most powerful antidotes to stress has been featured in USA-TODAY. Jack's passion is inspiring, energizing and motivating people, not only to lighten up their workplaces, but to positively impact their immune systems so they can add life to their years and years to their lives!
What is stress, anyway? How does it affect your health and well-being?
Are you a procrastinator whose aversion to doing things now is making causing you to feel loads of stress?
Do you find youself constantly running behind, never quite able to catch up?
Are you at the mercy of a work ethic that means you seldom, if ever, take time for yourself?
Are things feeling out of control, complicated, and hopeless?
#Stressexpert Rita Emmett, MS, is a Professional Speaker, author, and consultant.
Her books include:
The Procrastinator's Handbook: Mastering The Art Of Doing It Now
The Procrastinating Child:
A Handbook For Adults To Help Children Stop Putting Things Off
The Clutter-Busting Handbook:
Clean It Up, Clear It Out, and Keep Your Life Clutter-Free
If you've been feeling trapped in an endless cycle of stress and anxiety, then you will gain by listening to Rita's practical advice and stress-reduction strategies.