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40 minutes | May 12, 2022
#92 The Divine in You with Valerie Hamaker Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
We have the wonderful Valerie Hamaker on the podcast today to talk about the divine that we have in each of us! A little bit about Valerie is she is an individual and couples therapist with special training in trauma recovery, sexual health and sexual addiction recovery, depth psychology, and issues of spiritual development. She presents nationally on a variety of topics and most recently has turned her focus to the tackling of issues of burnout from a depth psychology lens. Valerie’s podcast Generation Exhausted is a weekly commentary on the recovery of burnout in marriage, gender roles, parenting, institutional religion, and body image and she has recently launched an online community in her website [exhaustedGen.com] where she supports people live in their burnout recovery journey. Some highlights from this episode to listen in for: Women taking ownership for their own development Spiritual sexuality Prohibition, fear, and anxiety around sexuality Cultural expectations of sexual developments Neutrality around sexual orientations Shame around sexual development Betrayal trauma and sexuality Remembering the divine in YOU Individual healing Healing in marriage Show Notes: If you would like to learn more about Valerie, you can do that on her website here. You can also find Valerie on Instagram @valeriehamakertherapy and on Facebook @valhamaker. Below included are the episodes that Valerie talks about in this episode where a couple talks about their recovery/details around it. - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/generation-xhausted/id1474263480?i=1000504331378 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/generation-xhausted/id1474263480?i=1000531369737 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/generation-xhausted/id1474263480?i=1000505721283 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/generation-xhausted/id1474263480?i=1000506570000
25 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
#91 Two Truths and a Lie with Linda Winegar Part 2 | Healing with WORTH
We are back with Linda Winegar to talk about two truths and a lie! Meaning the voices in our head. Some highlights of this episode: "Jesus doesn't talk to you like that" Playing Two Truths and a Lie with Linda Alma 48 How to identify when God speaks to us How to stand up against the enemy, Satan Show Notes: If you would like to learn more about Linda, her passion projects, or downloading her free PDF, please visit her website here. To listen to any of her Warrior Woman Projects podcasts, please do that here on Apple podcasts. If you would like to listen to Linda and her husband, Clark, talk about their story, you can do that here. You can also find Linda on youtube.com here.
23 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
#90 Two Truths and a Lie with Linda Winegar Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
We are here today with Linda Winegar to talk about some truths and lies that we may find throughout our healing! First, we discuss the many passion projects Linda has, and the need that she felt in 2018 to drop all of them when she had her most recent D-day. She felt as though she needed to focus on being a wife and a mother, but that soon seemed to send her into a dark place. Listen in to see why passion projects helped Linda to go forward in her healing. Linda then goes into her story in how she found Life Changing Services, Men of Moroni, and WORTH. She then talks about reading the book "Like Dragons Did They Fight" by Maurice Harker. Linda says she finds a new perspective with the way we are tempted from the adversary. It helped her to find mercy and compassion in her marriage. Show Notes: To join the WORTH group that these warrior sisters started, please do that here. If you would like more information or to aid in helping a spouse start the Men of Moroni Program, please do that here. To read the book "Like Dragons Did They Fight" by Maurice Harker, you can do that here.
31 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
#89 Should I Stay or Should I Go with Amie Woosley Part 2 | Healing with WORTH
We are back with Amie Woosley to dicuss Part 2! In this episode, we are discussing the other end of divorce. Not just the decision, but after you have made the decision, post divorce. What will life look like after divorce? Amie helps us dive a little deeper into this phase of life and what it might look like. First, we get into how to tell someone of our decision and really get into why we might be telling them. Amie then encourages anyone who is going through the divorce process to look into getting a coach. She goes into why it is such a helpful resource to help us stay emotionally regulated. Our guest also encourages to join a WORTH group that may also aid in not feeling alone during the process. We go over how to join a WORTH group and will also include that in the show notes below. After divorce, you might find the need to connect more to yourself. Amie inspires us to date ourselves. Find what we really like and what we don't like. That could be going to a restaurant or a movie by yourself. This may be a little nerve wracking at first, but we may need to dive into why it feels that way. Then we discuss communicating with your ex after divorce and ways to help with that, so you can provide safety for yourself. At the end of this episode, you may find a golden nugget! Show Notes: If you'd like to go back and listen to Amie's full story in Bonus Episode #4, you can do that here. In episode 20, she talks about her Worth YSA program that she holds. Listen to that here. To find Amie and more information on her, you can visit Life Changing Services - https://lifechangingservices.online/worth/therapists/, Choose Recovery Services - https://www.chooserecoveryservices.com/team/, and Life Coaching with Amie - https://www.lifecoachingwithamie.com/.
36 minutes | Apr 7, 2022
#88 Should I Stay or Should I Go? with Amie Woosley Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
We have back with us the amazing life coach, Amie Woosley, to talk about divorce! She first dives into explaining that in our culture, we may feel as though divorce isn't an option. There may also be a lot of shame surrounding it being "bad" or "wrong". Amie encourages that if you are making the decision, step into it and own it. She then goes into the steps she takes to help those who are contemplating divorce. First, Amie helps them to unpack the things their brain is offering them. It could range from fear around ruining your children's life to taking care of the finances. Our guest tells of a personal story of how she overcame these fears. Amie gives us some hope by informing us life does not go as expected and that there is the possibility that we didn't get it wrong with the knowledge that we had. Please listen in for more insights and thoughts around the decision of divorce! Show Notes: If you'd like to go back and listen to Amie's full story in Bonus Episode #4, you can do that here. In episode 20, she talks about her Worth YSA program that she holds. Listen to that here. To find Amie and more information on her, you can visit Life Changing Services - https://lifechangingservices.online/worth/therapists/, Choose Recovery Services - https://www.chooserecoveryservices.com/team/, and Life Coaching with Amie - https://www.lifecoachingwithamie.com/.
50 minutes | Mar 31, 2022
#87 Mindfulness with Dallin Bruun Part 2 | Guided Meditation | Healing with WORTH
We are back today with Dallin Bruun on the podcast for a guided meditation! In this meditation, we are going to try to put our betrayal trauma aside for a moment, and come up for some air of safety and peace. To prepare, Dallin asks us to minimize outside distractions, turn off a light, and sit comfortably. He also gives us two instructions as we follow along: Focus on breathing Relax any potential that we could be doing it wrong Guided meditation (13:00-28:56) He teaches that mindfulness is a way that we can back away from our current situation with a bit of distance. We find that this is giving our identity a break by choosing to focus on something that is inherently safe. It can also help us learn to tolerate the voices in our head. Dallin says that mindfulness did not take away the "mess", but it helped aid in a strong sense of self love and compassion. It is just another tool in our tool-belt! Show Notes: If you missed Dallin's episode of explaining Mindfulness last week, you can listen to that here. If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Kristin Nef, please visit her website here. If you'd like to learn more about Tara Brach, please visit her website here. For free meditations, Dallin recommends Insight Timer. For paid versions, Dallin recommends Headspace. If you would like to do the research to find mindful meditations that work for you, Youtube.com is an infinite resource.
14 minutes | Mar 24, 2022
#86 Mindfulness with Dallin Bruun Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
As promised, we have Dallin Bruun on the podcast with us today! Dallin specializes in mindfulness based stress reduction. He is a teacher in Lindon, Utah and has traveled all over the world, attending mindfulness retreats and receiving training from the very best. Dallin has helped individuals use mindfulness to overcome trauma addiction, stress, depression, and a variety of other mental health issues. He has also worked with Dr. Kevin Skinner, a pioneer for mindfulness, for the past 5-6 years applying the principle to help clients in betrayal trauma. In this episode, Dallin tells us that the essence of mindfulness can be summarized in two simple elements: 1. To show up, be conscious, and present 2. Relax control and management You may find that some of your daily activities are using the practice of mindfulness such as playing with your grandkids or a favorite pet. Our hosts and Dallin also dive into ruminating thoughts, and how mindfulness can help with these. We hope you look forward to next week when we have Dallin back on to walks us through a guided meditation! Our hosts mention that they could have fallen asleep, it was so calm and peaceful. Show Notes: If you would like to know more about Dallin Bruun or to work with him, you can do that here at this website - https://www.addorecovery.com/therapists/dallin-bruun If you would like to listen to Dallin Bruun's UCAP presentation, you can do that here - https://utahcoalition.org/project/mindfulness-see-love/
36 minutes | Mar 17, 2022
#85 The Power of Being Still with Carrie Skarda Part 2 | Healing with WORTH
Carrie Skarda is back on our podcast today! This week, she is here to talk more about how mindfulness and meditation can move us into a place of creativity, be a source that can help us to have better prayers and relationship with Jesus Christ, and experiencing forgiveness. We first dive into the account of when God created the Earth, and that the process was good even when there was much chaos. Carrie points out that no matter our circumstances that surround us, we can be anchored in stillness to act in a way that align with our value systems. If we find ourselves being mindful, we can go from a place of reactivity to creativity. Carrie quotes President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, David O. McKay, saying, "I think we pay too little attention to the value of meditation. A principle of devotion in our worship. There are two elements. One is spiritual communion arising from our own meditation. The other instruction from others, particularly those who have authority to guide and instruct us of the two, the more profitable introspection is the meditation. Meditation is a form of prayer." She informs us that we don't always have to be talking with Jesus Christ, but that sometimes prayer is just listening and letting Him warm you. The last point that Carrie discusses is forgiveness. Whatever state you are in, there can be forgiveness. This does not always mean reconciliation with a spouse or even connection to our best self. It is trusting God and that He will walk this journey with us. Listen in for a personal story that Carrie shares of her own experience with this! Show Notes: If you would like to learn more about Carrie Skarda and her private practice, you can visit her website here. More information about Sixteen Stones Center, you can visit the link here. You will also find information about her book "The Power of Stillness".
39 minutes | Mar 10, 2022
#84 The Power of Being Still with Carrie Skarda Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
We have the wonderful, Carrie Skarda, joining our podcast today! She is a licensed clinical psychologist who has practiced for over 20 years in Salt Lake City, where she lives with her husband and two children. Carrie grew up in Michigan and graduated from Brigham Young University. She is a peace activist as well as a philanthropist. She presents at Sixteen Stones Center for growth and is the co-author of the book "The Power of Stillness". In this episode, we are going to be talking to her today about mindfulness and meditation. Carrie has her own personal experience with betrayal trauma which led her into the world of these two helpful concepts. She informs us that mindfulness is a way of being aware of this moment and whatever is unfolding in the present from a wise, calm and still place, whereas meditation is a concentrated time set aside. Below are eight ideas that we cover more in depth with Carrie of ways that may help those who experience betrayal trauma: How mindfulness and meditation can help you: Cope with bad surprises Manage negative thinking See what is really happening more clearly Move out of reactivity Move into creativity Have better prayers Connect to the Savior in the midst of the pain Experience forgiveness We will be having Carrie back on the podcast next week with more about how mindfulness and meditation can move us into a place of creativity and be a source that can help us to have better prayers and relationship with Jesus Christ. Stay tuned! Show Notes: If you would like to learn more about Carrie Skarda and her private practice, you can visit her website here. More information about Sixteen Stones Center, you can visit the link here. You will also find information about her book "The Power of Stillness".
14 minutes | Mar 3, 2022
#83 Mindfulness March | Healing with WORTH
For the month of March, we wanted to focus on March Mindfulness! In this fast moving paced world with so many distractions, we thought we'd dive deeper into ways we can be more present in our lives. There may be times especially experiencing betrayal trauma where you have felt that if you could do or be more, it would get easier. In the coming episodes, we'll learn that slowing down, breathing, really honing into our emotions, and where they are in our bodies can help us move forward. We will be having guests Carrie Skarda and Dallin Bruun who will help us understand how we can be more mindful in our lives. It can become a very helpful tool and coping mechanism, but it is not a solution to the problem. Carrie Skarda is a co-author of a book called "The Power of Stillness". She talks about our relationship with God and prayer. With Dallin, he specifically does a guided meditation to help us become more familiar with them. We hope you are excited for this upcoming month of mindfulness and our guests who will be joining us! Please listen in for ideas of how to be more mindful! Show Notes: If you would like to follow along with Mindfulness March, here is the link to the 2022 Calendar - https://actionforhappiness.org/sites/default/files/Mar%202022.pdf If you would like to listen to Dallin Bruun's UCAP presentation, you can do that here - https://utahcoalition.org/project/mindfulness-see-love/ To read more about Carrie Skarda's book, you can do that here - https://www.amazon.com/Power-Stillness-Mindful-Living-Latter-day-ebook/dp/B083LFZBD7
36 minutes | Feb 24, 2022
#82 Shooting for the Stars with Emily Sanchez Part 2 | Healing with WORTH
We are back with Emily Sanchez for Part 2 on Shooting for the Stars! This week we are discussing the topic of divorce, as that has been requested by a lot of our listeners. If you would like to read more about Emily, you can do that here in Part 1's description. In this episode, we start off by talking about how to get comfortable with being single after divorce. Emily helps us to consider the idea in our head that we only have one chance on this earth to marry the "right" person. She references Genesis that alludes to us being whole as we are. At times, we may forget that we still can be happy even when we are not married to someone. We may still feel the uncomfortable pressures of the cultural feeling, family first, but Emily reminds us that this is truly where the Saviors ministry took place. When you feel like the outcast, He is there. Emily also encourages us to ask ourselves the question, "Who do I want to become, and how do I want to live?" When starting to date again or looking for a job after divorcing, we have the choice whether to make it a good experience or to focus on the bad. She says, "This is given to you, choose it. There can be power in accepting." Some may wonder is divorce the right choice? Will my spouse choose recovery later? Emily has implemented the OEC: Options, evaluations, and consequences to help us really determine this. Listen in if you'd like to learn more. Show Notes: If you would like to know more about Emily Sanchez, please visit her website here. If you would like to listen to her podcast, listen here on Apple podcasts. Please follow Emily Sanchez, @ldsdivorcecoach. If you would like to join one of our Worth groups, divorce or marriage, please enroll here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to help walk this healing journey with you!
28 minutes | Feb 17, 2022
#81 Shooting for the Stars with Emily Sanchez Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
We have Emily Sanchez on the podcast with us today! Emily Romney Sanchez grew up in a competitive environment and was taught to achieve goals and succeed from her parents and coaches in music and sports through college. Those coaches inspired her to become a life coach as a way to continually grow, reach higher and motivate others. Her experience started early as she spoke throughout Arizona on education issues and domestic violence. Through her divorce and single parenthood she managed two different insurance agencies. After remarrying, she finished her Bachelors degree from NAU and completed training and certification through Strategic Intervention, Robbins/Madanes training, APSATS, IFS and is currently pursuing her master's degree in social work from WNMU. She is a Divorce Coach who works with distinguished family law attorney, Kevin Jensen, offering seminars and coaching. She is supported by an amazing husband, Yasser Sanchez, and 5 children. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram and Apple Podcasts as ldsdivorcecoach. In this episode, we discuss how to start to shoot for the stars and see our higher self even while experiencing betrayal trauma. We look into why we may struggle with this starting with our society and past. To get out of these meaning frames, Emily encourages us to question our core beliefs. "What do you desire?" As you dive deeper, you may receive retaliation from your spouse or others when bringing up a desire you have. It may be uncomfortable, but you will find that it fills up your core and self respect. Emily also reminds us that if we are not in a place to do this, to give ourselves grace. Please listen in next week for Part 2 as we go more into the topic of divorce! Show Notes: If you would like to know more about Emily Sanchez, please visit her website here. If you would like to listen to her podcast, listen here on Apple podcasts. Please follow Emily Sanchez, @ldsdivorcecoach. If you would like to join one of our Worth groups, divorce or marriage, please enroll here or email us at email@example.com. We'd love to help walk this healing journey with you!
42 minutes | Feb 10, 2022
#80 Tennis Ball Analogy | Healing with WORTH
Back today with another in our analogy series, and this one is called the Tennis Ball analogy! We want to credit this one to Natalie Hoffman who has written a blog post about it called "How Will You Know Your Marriage is Over?" that we will link below in the show notes. In this episode, we are going to go over how Natalie explains this analogy and how it might apply to our life. For a moment, let's pretend that your relationship is like a game of tennis. The ball is going back and forth between you and your spouse. Once in awhile the ball drops, which may represent relationship conflict. When it drops on your side, you pick up the ball and resolve the conflict. Sometimes, it drops on your spouse's side, but you find that he may not want to pick it up. So what do you do? You go over to his side and pick up the ball because you want the game to keep going. Please listen in to find ways of how this might apply to your relationship! You may find that this analogy usually captures the question, "Should I stay, or should I go?" Show Notes: A coaching class to help women navigate that space and trying to figure out if she should stay or go in her relationship. First Thursday of every month at 9am MT. FREE! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information If you would like to read Natalie Hoffman's blog post "How Will You Know Your Marriage is Over?", you can do that here. If you would like to learn more about Natalie Hoffman, please visit her website here. She has a podcast, book, online coaching group, as well as so many other things.
39 minutes | Feb 3, 2022
#79 Getting to our Why's about Divorce with Roxanne Granata. Part 2 | Healing with WORTH
We are back today with Part 2 about getting to our why's about divorce with Roxanne Granata! Last week, we discussed our why's about staying and how to navigate that. If you missed this episode, please see show notes to listen in as there are insights for staying and divorcing as well. In this episode, we are talking more about moving into separation and possibly divorce and what that might look like. One question Roxanne encourages us to ask ourselves to think more about is "Do I feel more peaceful being separated/distancing myself than I do when we're together?" She tells us that trusting our gut will help guide us through these decisions, but that choice does not need to be made immediately. There also may be some fear of the possibilities after divorce, but she also gives experiences of the change that might result because of that decision. Please listen in for insights of the decision of divorce and thoughts/ideas of how to navigate that. Ultimate question: What is the life you want to have and experience? Show Notes: If you would like to listen in to #78 on our Why's of Staying with Roxanne, please do that here. If you would like to listen in to the 70 episodes that Roxanne has released, please listen in here. If you would like more information on Roxanne Granata, please visit her website and instagram below: www.roxannekennedygranata.com Instagram: Roxanne Kennedy Granata If you would like to be apart of Worth's marriage or divorce groups, you can enroll here and receive the first 6 months free!
33 minutes | Jan 27, 2022
#78 Getting to our Why's about Staying with Roxanne Granata. Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
We are back today as promised with a new episode with the lovely Roxanne Granata! Roxanne is a betrayal trauma coach, the author of Cutting Ties, the host of the Choose In Podcast and a speaker and advocate helping others move through trauma and other life problems and on to a happy and healing life. She has been divorced and now remarried for the past 2 years. Together they have 7 children and one grandbaby. Roxanne has graciously accepted to come on to discuss the topic of divorce, as that as been highly requested by you, our listeners. In this episode, we discuss the why's of staying in a marriage. Roxanne informs us that there might be two common reasons why we may fear the thought of divorce and helps us to recognize some underlying feelings that might be associated with these. If we choose to stay, there may be some "poisonous" behaviors present that we may need to watch out for. She gives us a few examples, as well as ideas of how to keep ourselves safe and healthy. Next week we will be back with part 2 on the "why's of divorce" and we hope you'll listen in as both give great insights! Show Notes: If you would like more information on Roxanne Granata, please visit her website and instagram below: www.roxannekennedygranata.com Instagram: Roxanne Kennedy Granata If you would like to be apart of Worth's marriage or divorce groups, you can enroll here and receive the first 6 months free!
36 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
#45 Interview with Dr. Jill Manning. Barriers to Boundaries Part 2 | Healing with WORTH
Re-releasing Part 2 of our interview with Dr. Jill Manning! This episode is in response to a listener question on how to set boundaries. In the previous episode we addressed what boundaries are, what they are not, and how to set them. In this episode we will be discussing barriers to boundaries, reasons why we have a hard time setting and keeping boundaries, and how to overcome these barriers. The quicker that we can learn to be effective in identifying, finding, setting boundaries, and forcing and upholding those when, and if they are violated, will be a gift to healing for both people. We are not suggesting the person setting boundaries is responsible for both people's healing paths, but it will have a positive effect on the whole family. We are grateful to have Dr. Jill Manning, Ph.D., LMFT, CCPS, CCTP, BC-TMH with us to discuss the topic of boundaries. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with individuals impacted by betrayal trauma in their primary relationship. Over the last 20 years, her academic and clinical work has been featured in numerous peer review journals. Television programs, TV shows, magazine articles, including the Oprah magazine. She is a former social science fellow at the heritage foundation in Washington, DC. And while she was in that role, she testified before the US Senate subcommittee about the harms of pornography on the family. She currently serves on the board of directors and the advisory council for Fight The New Drug. She is a native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and currently lives in Colorado with her husband and two daughters. Thank you for sharing you time and expertise with us Dr. Manning. Make sure to check out our show notes with resources Dr. Manning shared with us. Show Notes and Resources: 1. Personal Boundaries: A Worksheet for Betrayed Individuals https://drjillmanning.com/product/personal-boundaries-a-worksheet-for-betrayed-individuals/ 2. Eleven Responses to Boundary Violations https://drjillmanning.com/product/eleven-responses-boundary-violations/ 3. Boundary Work Bundle (Combines both documents at a discounted rate): https://drjillmanning.com/product/boundary-work-bundle/ Link to the entire Digital Download Store: https://drjillmanning.com/digital-downloads/ Link to Free Printables: https://drjillmanning.com/product-category/all/free-printables/ https://drjillmanning.com/product/bookmark/
37 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
#44 Interview with Dr. Jill Manning on Boundaries. Part 1 | Healing with WORTH
To start off the year, we are re-releasing this episode with Jill Manning on Boundaries! We will be back in 2 weeks with a new podcast for you with Roxanne Granata! During our healing journey we hear how important boundaries are, but how do we know what boundaries we need and then how do we set them in our relationships? This episode is in response to a listener question on how to set boundaries. This can be a really difficult concept for some people to understand, especially if you haven't been used to setting them. It's one of the key components related to our healing , especially if we continue to be in a relationship where there have been patterns of lying present, we really need to protect ourselves. Some of the takeaways that we would love for you listeners is Understanding what a boundary is, and what it's not The different types of boundaries Why boundaries are essential to our healing Where do we begin We are grateful to have Dr. Jill Manning, Ph.D., LMFT, CCPS, CCTP, BC-TMH with us to discuss the topic of boundaries. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with individuals impacted by betrayal trauma in their primary relationship. Over the last 20 years, her academic and clinical work has been featured in numerous peer review journals. Television programs, TV shows, magazine articles, including the Oprah magazine. She is a former social science fellow at the heritage foundation in Washington, DC. And while she was in that role, she testified before the US Senate subcommittee about the harms of pornography on the family. She currently serves on the board of directors and the advisory council for Fight The New Drug. She is a native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and currently lives in Colorado with her husband and two daughters. Thank you for sharing you time and expertise with us Dr. Manning. Make sure to check out our show notes with resources Dr. Manning shared with us. Show Notes and Resources: 1. Personal Boundaries: A Worksheet for Betrayed Individuals https://drjillmanning.com/product/personal-boundaries-a-worksheet-for-betrayed-individuals/ 2. Eleven Responses to Boundary Violations https://drjillmanning.com/product/eleven-responses-boundary-violations/ 3. Boundary Work Bundle (Combines both documents at a discounted rate): https://drjillmanning.com/product/boundary-work-bundle/ Link to the entire Digital Download Store: https://drjillmanning.com/digital-downloads/ Link to Free Printables: https://drjillmanning.com/product-category/all/free-printables/ https://drjillmanning.com/product/bookmark/
12 minutes | Jan 6, 2022
#77 New Year 2022 Preview | Healing with WORTH
Happy New Year! We are so excited to start this year off with you and highlights that are coming! Many of you have asked to hear more of topics on divorce and how to navigate that. We are fulfilling the request! To help us discuss these, we have invited Roxanne Granata, Amie Woosley, and Emily Sanchez to help us better understand when it might be time to consider a divorce or when you might know when to stay married. We hope that you will watch out for these podcasts as they will be released in the first few months of this year! Please listen in as they share perspective that could be helpful for many. We also want to start the new year with a little fun! If you go on apple podcasts and give us a review, we will be reading the review and calling out tag names during our podcast. When and if yours's is called, we will be sending you a little gift from us to say thank you. Our thank you of helping us reach other women who may be experiencing betrayal trauma in silence who could receive the help that they need. Thank you for listening and we hope you'll continue to! Show Notes: If you would like to join our marriage or divorce Worth groups, please do that here. To submit a review, please go to apple podcasts and search Healing with Worth. We'd love to get your feedback! If you have any questions, topics you'd like discussed, or any guests that you'd like us to reach out to, please email us at email@example.com
26 minutes | Dec 30, 2021
#76 End of Year THANK YOU | Healing with WORTH
To end the year with a bang, we wanted to do a recap of some of our favorite episodes from 2021! It has been a great year with so many wonderful guests and professionals that we've had the pleasure of interviewing on the podcast. They have given us insight into healing, and we hope that you have found validation, guidance and hope in your journey through these episodes. If you would like to listen to any of the podcasts mentioned in the episode, some will be included in the show notes below. If you have anything you would like to hear us talk about, questions, interview requests you can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Show Notes: If you would like to listen to Kim Day's Sexual Abuse episodes, listen here. If you would like to listen to Jeff Ford's Emotional Abuse episodes, listen here. If you would like to listen to Noelle McBride's Divorce episodes, listen here. If you would like to listen to Jeff Steurer's Therapeutic Disclosure episodes, listen here. If you would like to listen to Jill Manning's Boundary episodes, listen here. If you would like to listen to Tammy Gustafson's episode, listen here. If you would like to listen to Jody Steurer and Jamee Adam's episodes, listen here.
16 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
#75 Macaroni Necklaces for Christmas this Year | Healing with WORTH
We want to wish you all a Merry Christmas! In this episode, we discuss the Macaroni Necklace Analogy. It is also known as the airplane or buffalo/squirrel analogy. Have you ever received a macaroni necklace from your child that they made at school that day? You get so excited because they feel so proud of their efforts and want you to wear/be proud of it too. You may smile and wear it around the house, but at the end of the day, you won't wear it to church. This can often correlate with the relationship we have with our spouse and their sexual behaviors. If you are interested in learning how, please listen in! We recommend you say no to the macaroni necklaces this year for Christmas and know that your safety is important. Show Notes: If you would like to join Jody's Worth group, or any other Worth marriage or divorce group, please do that here at https://lifechangingservices.online/worth/enroll/ If you would like to read more about pioneer mode that Janeen was talking about, please visit our website with many other recovery terms and concepts here https://lifechangingservices.online/worth/common-recovery-terms-and-concepts/
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