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www.zeroinjuryinstitute.com is now offering certifications for zero injury concepts. Join us as Tracy A. Hanes co-founder speaks about "Creating a zero injury culture". These concepts can be adopted by any industry. These concepts when put into practice make injury in a workplace a rare event.
www.zeroinjuryinstitute.com is now offering certifications for zero injury concepts. Join us as Tracy A. Hanes co-founder ZII talks about Part II "Creating a zero injury culture". These concepts can be adopted by any industry. These concepts when put into practice make injury in a workplace a rare event.
Denial is an unrealistic hope that a problem is not really happening and will go away by itself.
We all have a natural inclination to rearrange our experiences to fit a positive image of ourselves. This manipulation allows us to preserve our personal integrity, and makes us feel secure. It goes on undetected because it takes place in the private corners of your mind.
When the demands of life require capabilities that seem to exceed our resources, when we feel the threat of loss and exposure, we experience anxiety. In an effort to avoid the pain of anxiety, we practice the deceptive art of denial.
Denial is an unrealistic hope that a problem is not really happening, and will go away of itself. It is an attempt to put distance between ourselves and our experience, and protect ourselves from the threat of danger. In its many forms, denial acts like a pain reliever. The practice of denial is an attempt to ease the discomfort of anxiety by a subtle and ingenious twist of attention.
Denial can become your worst enemy. It diverts your attention, and decreases your mental efficiency by way of trade off. As long as you refuse to accept the truth of your situation, you must of necessity, refuse to give it your attention. Instead you will pay attention to every possible manner of distraction you can employ to support your denial.
Are You Guilty Of Deceiving Yourself?
www.zeroinjuryinstitute.com is now offering certifications for zero injury concepts. Join us as we speak to Bennett Ghormley who has been practicing these concepts for years. these concepts can be adopted by any industry. These concepts when put into practice make injury in a workplace a rare event.
We all have family issues because of just life but with a brain injury, it has another impact on all of us.
Survivors need consideration, patience, understanding and unity since the lives have been turned around.
Caregivers have a lot of struggles understanding perspectives and emotional moments of those we care for.
Please call in 424-243-9540 We need to understand and commuicate together. We have to learn more.
We have Brain Injury Radio Network to speak together on the first and third Friday of every month.
Tuesday nights we get together on Skype to communicate for all involved or interested in learning about brain injury
Thursday nights Skype is open for caregivers to communicate together and share their stories.
ASBISG is our Skype name
Please see http://WWW.ASBISG.ORG
Welcome to WTF? Kevin was stung multiple times while working with some beehives (10 just in his right hand alone) last night. His right hand has swollen to the point of excruciating pain and unable to do a LIVE SHOW tonight!
Join us next week for a NEW LIVE Show!
On this week's show Maz, Mav and Plan discuss the latest happenings on WWE's current European tour. They begin by taking a look at just how worried we should be following Daniel Bryan being pulled from the tour after the SmackDown tapings. John Cena once again stated that the UK deserve a WrestleMania. They look at just how likely it is that we will get at least a PPV in the next three years. The discussion then switches to the current product and the dangers of Rollins going stale as champion with the ongoing Authority storyline. Finally they will be discussing Roman Reigns and the great job he has done following the Royal Rumble.
Amy Zellmer is a regular contributor for the Huffington Post and a professional photographer and business coach located in Saint Paul, MN. She is in the process of writing a book on TBI awareness, and is also a contributing author on a soon-to-be-released book by Carole Brody Fleet on overcoming obstacles and life changes. She is actively involved in TBI awareness and advocacy since sustaining a traumatic brain injury in 2014, and recently attended Brain Injury Awareness Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. She enjoys all things glittery and sparkly as well as chocolately. Her and her Yorkie, Pixxie, enjoy traveling the country on road trips and speaking to groups. You can find out more about Amy at www.customcreationsphotography.com or her column on Huffington Post online.
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. Guests share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! Tune in, and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. Front half of the show is a featured guest, the back half is Open Mic and some great Indy Music sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" us at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org & www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork
This week join Jeff Ellis and Michael Hattery as they dive into the MLB draft which is less than two months away. They will look at the surging Kyle Funkhouser. They will tackle who is rising and sliding. Once again the injury bug as struck this draft who has been laid low this week. High School baseball is finally going strong and who are the names to watch. We will again take calls for the fans and provide a wealth of information on all things draft. So tune in
you can follow us @jeffmlb draft and @hatmanehc
I am so excited for today's show and getting to chat with Bill Baker. He has been driving since 1982 (and actually way before that on their farm!!). Join us and listen to his journey from a terrible back injury to rebuilding his body through strength work and then running....to now being part of the 4-man Truckers Relay team (along with Steven Smith, Jorge & Mike) in the VOL State 500K (that is 314 miles folks in 4 1/2 days - across 5 states!) coming 4/23. How do they do all this training while over the road? Where do they run?
Come and listen & learn. Your vision and goals just may get even bigger!
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