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A Celebration of Change
55 minutes | Mar 28, 2014
Peace of Mind: Entities and Depossession
Kass Horner and John Hill join Cheri as we discuss entities. Spirits are all around us; some protecting us, some perhaps mischievous, while some may pose a threat to ourselves and families. Have you ever been home alone and felt that perhaps you weren’t really alone? Maybe even taken a picture and wondered “what is that bright light in the background?” In this show we’ll use a panel discussion where Kass, John, and Cheri are available to help you answer some of these questions and more. We’ll let you know how to use “compassionate de-possession” to keep you and your home safe. Listener call in is encouraged! 1-866-472-5792
55 minutes | Mar 21, 2014
Effective Positive Thinking
How to OVERCOME NEGATIVE THINKING and BECOME A MONEY MAGNET! Suzanne Glover, author of the “Effective Positive Thinking Personal Development Program” says all of the self-help gurus out there say “positive thinking” is the force that motivates satisfaction... yet for YEARS, you have been led down the positive thinking path only to be left wanting. There is a step beyond positive thinking and Suzanne Glover has combined all of her years of practical application to bring you THAT STEP! YOU WILL LEARN how to use subliminal affirmations to create a better life while you sleep! YOU WILL LEARN the missing link that is so effective and simple to use, yet is so often overlooked or ignored when practicing positive thinking. Suzanne will be giving tips from The Effective Positive Thinking Program which she created to give you EVERYTHING YOU NEED to overcome negative thinking and BECOME A MONEY MAGNET! LEARN THE MISSING LINK THAT MAKES YOUR LIFE WORK!
55 minutes | Mar 14, 2014
Peace of Mind: Mindfulness and Stress Reduction
Everyone experiences events and situations in their lives that cause stress. It is unavoidable! What differs from one person to the next is how each individual perceives the stress and how it affects them. A somewhat uneventful day for one person can be almost intolerable for someone else who feels emotionally or physically drained. The stressors may be similar however the reactions to them can differ enormously and the toll it takes can leave one with a great deal of "dis-ease." How do we reduce or eliminate the causes of the dis-ease in our day to day lives? MIND/BODY/SPIRIT - They really do operate together as one and must be proportionately balanced if you want a balanced life. Learn how to make an enormous difference in the way you choose to perceive the stressors in your life and the way you allow them to affect you. And then be prepared to notice the changes almost immediately. Shift happens! And YOU are the ONLY one that controls when, where and how that takes place.
55 minutes | Mar 7, 2014
Peace of Mind: Planning your Estate
Listen to attorney James Raffa, as he joins Cheri Rohlman on A Celebration of Change to discuss the importance of planning for your family’s future! James has more than twenty-seven years experience practicing law and during this time he’s had the honor of helping many families feel safe and secure by helping them plan their estate. Do you know who will take care of your children if something happens to you? Do you feel confident that someone will carry out your wishes because you have a living will? Is your property protected should something happen to you? James will share ways for you to protect both yourself and your family helping you to plan your estate.
58 minutes | Feb 28, 2014
Love and Relationships: The New Revolution of Romantic Relationship
Joseph Losi, LMFT and Cynthia Benge LMHC join Cheri as we wrap up our mini-series on Love and Relationships. Most of us have it backwards; hot sex does not lead to enduring love. Honest, courageous vulnerably powerful and emotionally aware communication leads to love. This type of love leads to hot sex…forever! Forget the Kama Sutra and the drudgery of reparative relationship behaviors. Listen as Emotionally Focused therapists and couples workshop leaders Joseph Losi and Cynthia Benge help you learn the tools of the new revolution of romantic relationship that can regrow trust, connection and desire. Find out how you can de-code the language of love to create the satisfying, intimate, passionate, secure and lasting relationship that you have always wanted and is waiting for you. Learn More at: “Hold Me Tight Seattle, Creating Connection in Relationship,” www.holdmetightseattle.com
57 minutes | Feb 21, 2014
Love and Relationships: Wisdom on Stepparenting
Dr. Diana Weiss-Wisdom, psychologist, author, stepmother, and stepdaughter (twice), has written a wonderful guide to creating loving, stable stepfamily relationships. She offers hope, encouragement, and realistic coping strategies for stepparents. Her approach can help you succeed in your marriage, build caring relationships with your stepchildren, and bolster your emotional well-being in general. Her book on Amazon, "Wisdom on Stepparenting: How to Succeed Where Others Fail" has gotten rave reviews on Amazon from mental health professionals and stepparents alike.
57 minutes | Feb 14, 2014
Love and Relationships: Self Love
Dr. Janice Walton, Allison Huffman LMFT, and Cheri Rohlman LMFT candidly talk about self love. What does self love mean? Does it change as we grow or does it remain the same? Do we lose self love as we become care givers of the world and those around us? Three women in very different phases of life discuss self love, what it means, when we may lose self love, and how to empower ourselves with self love and compassion for ourselves. “If you don’t love yourself, you cannot love others. You will not be able to love others. If you have no compassion for yourself then you are not able of developing compassion for others.” ~ Dalai Lama “The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” ~ C.G. Jung
56 minutes | Feb 7, 2014
Love and Relationships: Understanding Romantic Attachment
Richard Yates, LPC is our guest as we discuss dating and attachment. The way we attach to romantic partners will determine who we can successfully date or marry. There are four attachment types, three of which have been identified and researched for decades. These attachment styles include: secure, anxious and avoidant types. Richard Yates added a forth attachment type he calls the “autonomous” type. Knowing which attachment type we are allows us to quickly identify who we should or should not enter a relationship with.
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