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End of the work week or end of worrisome tasks? Its now it is important to recalibrate your body and minds stress reactions so that you don't take your anxiety, stress, fears and worries forward when they cause of those reactions are DONE. Yep, you can keep holding onto the physiological reactions to those strong yukes if you don't spend some time shaking it all off. Here's a meditation that will help. Prepare to move, dance, yawn, breath, laugh, cry, blow, yell and rest for 10 minutes. Then, go have some fun and exercise vigorously for at least 20 minutes, then you can rest.
Dr. Carol Francis Psychologist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Family, Child and Individual Psychotherapist for over 37 years in Los Angeles area serving Manhattan Beach, Torrance, El Segundo, Redondo Beach, San Pedro, Palos Verdes Estates and more 310-543-1824.
This show features Tyler Geving, the head men's basketball coach at Portland State University. The Vikings are a member of the D-1 Big Sky Conference.
The show is hosted by Greg Crawford, editor of http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com and a long time media follower of the Big Sky Conference and Portland State basketball.
This show features Tyler Geving, the head men's basketball coach at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. Portland State is member of the D-1 Big Sky Conference.
The show is hosted by Greg Crawford, editor of Greg Crawford On Basketball, http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com
Tyler Geving starting his 10th year at Portland State University, his 6th year as head men's coach for the 2014-15 season.
The host of this show is Greg Crawford, one of the leading experts on west coast college basketball both amatuer and professional, plus the editor of http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com
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Empty Nest Syndrome on Dr. Carol Francis Talk Radio, August 30. Mothers and fathers who dedicated the last 18 plus years of moneys, marital bliss, prodding, laughing and sweating through parenting confusions launch their college students out of the house. Relief and parenting pride intermix with loss, depression and sense of “now what.” Dr. Carol Francis as a Clinical Psychologist has helped teens and parents successfully move to this day. Empty-Nesting is for real and Dr. Carol Francis for over 37 years has helped parents regroup after their household becomes quiet and their time is once again their own. Program is available on podcast and archived at this link as well on Dr. Carol Francis Talk Radio.
The primary caretaker, still typically mothers, are the ones most suffering from this sense of loss. Empty Nesters feel depressed, frequently crying. Beyond the loss and this type of bereavement, Empty Nesters experience a type of existential crisis. This “now what” reflects a type of meaninglessness. “Effectively, raising children is all-consuming. Every minute become consumed raising the child by either doing, planning, thinking, worrying, helping, struggling, and losing sleep. Now, suddenly, those children are not dependent and not needing the daily demands, at least in the western world,” explains Dr. Carol Francis.
“Unless the Empty Nester create sdynamically enjoyable and meaningful activities which replace the importance and time-consuming nature of parent, the Empty Nester is doomed to confusion, feeling impotent, unimportant, devalued; bottom line the parent feels completely empty,” describes Psychologist Dr. Carol Francis in Los Angeles South Bay area at 310-543-1824.
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