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  • 00:56

    Patt Denning & Jeannie Little: Over the Influence (Second Edition)

    in Psychology

    Dr. Stanton Peele returns to the show, this time to interview the authors of Over The Influence (Second Edition), Patt Denning and Jeannie Little.
    Denning and Little talk about their book, harm reduction, the disease model of addction, and their practice at the Center for Harm Reduction Therapy (CHRT) in San Fransisco 
    Follow these links to learn more about the authors: 
    And here to learn more about the work of Stanton Peele: 
    Follow host Zach Rhoads:
    On twitter: @rhoadsoda
    His Blog: https://medium.com/@zrhoadsconsulting/how-will-vermonters-respond-to-a-drug-death-pandemic-6757629aab2f

  • 01:01

    MyNDTALK - Healing From a Narcissistic Relationship - Margalis Fjelstad

    in Psychology

    MyNDTALK - Healing From a Narcissistic Relationship - Margalis Fjelstad When a relationship with a narcissist ends, the caretaking partner is often left confused, deeply hurt, and often still emotionally connected, while the narcissist seems to easily move on to the next relationship. Margalis Fjelstad offers guidance about what to expect as the relationship unravels and how to cope with the fallout....Ending a relationship with a narcissist may be the best thing that ever happened.

  • 00:45

    Humans & the Non-Human Other (3): Domesticated Animals

    in Psychology

    Please join us for conversation about the meaning and value of non-human Others.

  • 00:30

    Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse

    in Psychology

    Leading psychologist Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder and director of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources joins us today to discuss his book Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. Dr. Jantz will discuss the often-overlooked issue of emotional abuse. He will explain exactly what defines emotional abuse, how surprisingly common the problem is, how silence can be abuse, and why people who have been abused tend to minimize that abuse. He will help listeners come to a better understanding of themselves and their abuser.
    To identify emotional abuse in your own life, go to Jeannie’s blog before you listen and test yourself on the Signs of Emotional Abuse from Dr. Jantz’s book. http://jeanniestjohntaylor.blogspot. com/ 
    Contact Dr. Jantz at www.aplaceofhope.com or www.DrGregoryJantz.com

  • 00:33

    Stories about ourselves and the identities that define us

    in Psychology

    The self exists as experience, as observer, actor and the recipient of the actions of other selves. How identities are defined can control what actions we take, how we are treated by others and the very perceptions at the heart of the self. We are given a name, a family, a place in our community, tribe, religion, economic class, "race" and other aspects of social status. We eventually get defined morally, by others and ourselves, as either a good person or a bad, as worthy of respect, love or even our right to continue living. As a result of our moral definitions of identity our selves might become infused with pride, self love and respect or with guilt, shame, and self hatred. We can live honestly and openly or as individuals with ruined identities whose every moment is a performance to impress others as we try and hide who we really believe we are. The totality of our identities often determines the quality of the live we end up living. 

  • 02:00

    Destroy N Rebuild Radio - Dr. Umar Johnson

    in Psychology

    On our next episode we will have Dr. Umar Johnson.

  • 00:26

    The Like Button: What does it really mean? - Daniel Burgess

    in Psychology

    Discussing the power of the like button and the impact it has on this generation and multi generations. 

  • 00:08

    Pulling our Heartstrings

    in Psychology

    Short introduction to what "Heartstrings" will be about, when you can tune in and how often I will broadcast.
    3 Things you can Do Now
    Connection. Conversation. Follow Up. Hear something, Say Something, Do Something...be part of the change that shifts into a safe mental health culture by fostering connection, engaging in conversation & following up to spread awareness and prevention of suicide. Each episode will have a "Hear Me Now" segment where I will address the topic of Suicide and all the issues surrounding this complex situation. I will do my best to get genuine voices of Suicide Survivors & their loved ones, those around them who are affected to tell their stories & share a glimpse on how we can help each other.

  • 00:18

    What Do You Mean My Daughter Is Borderline?-Nikki Preece

    in Psychology

    A Borderline diagnosis is based on a person with significant mood swings and distress, and a weak sense of self explained Nikki Preece LSCW, Ex. Dir. of Fulshear Transition (TX) to Lon May 17, 2017.  This comes from a poor relationship with others and with herself continued Preece, which comes from a person who does not know who they are.  Listen to Preece describe a very confusing and chaotic person whose confusing relationships seems to alternate between Go Away, and Stay With Me.   [Our thanks to Rich Simpson, owner of Pathways Abroad for providing our intro music]
    Contact:  Nikki Preece   888-317-9229 www.FulshearTransition.com  
    Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 lonwoodbury@gmail.com http://www.scoop.it/u/lon-woodbury
    This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.  To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on  The Woodbury Report .

  • 00:42

    Understand Why You Take Responsibility For The Behavior Of Others

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    It feels very natural to take responsitility for the behavior of others. You try to understand why he hits you, why she cheats, why mom or dad is disinterested is you. It's not that you don't have some responsibility, but it is important to seperate your "stuff" and how others treat you. Understanding this is critical for establishing a higher functioning self image and relationships. 

  • 00:08

    "The Art of Letting Go"

    in Psychology

    There is a lot of life wisdom to take from buddhism. No, I am not recommending that anybody change their religious beliefs and become buddhist! I am talking about how learning, practicing, and applying many buddhist principals into your own life, does lead to more peace, joy, and calm. Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Karin Weiri-Kolle, talks about this topic today.