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47 minutes | Sep 27, 2022
Episode 241: Overcoming Obstacles to Develop A Solid Sense of Self
In this episode Jackie continues her series on developing a solid sense of self. In this episode, Jackie explores some of the reasons we may not have developed a solid sense of self and how we can start to work on understanding our story and becoming more of ourselves.
68 minutes | Sep 13, 2022
Episode 240: Developing a Functional Sense of Self
This is episode 2 in a series on "self". In this episode, Jackie talks about what goes awry in developing a sense of self, what it can look like when we don't have a functional sense of self and why having a functional sense of self is so critical in having a healthy and meaningful life.
48 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
Episode 239: When Childhood Trauma Shows Up in our Adult Lives
In this episode, Jackie kicks off a series on developing the self, barriers to developing a self, what self-care even means and how to recognize when our childhood trauma story surfaces in our adult life.
58 minutes | Aug 23, 2022
Episode 238: Courtship Dimensions
In this episode, Jackie, circles back to episode 228 and talks about the courtship dimensions seven through twelve. These dimensions were identified by Dr. Patrick Carnes and are part of developing and maintaining healthy and meaningful relationships. Click on the link below to listen to Episode 228. https://thanksforsharing.podbean.com/e/episode-228-courtship-dimensions
60 minutes | Aug 16, 2022
Episode 237: The 100 deadliest days of Summer
In this episode Jackie talks about the 100 deadliest days of Summer on highways and roads throughout the United States where fatalities from car accidents see a sharp increase. Why does this happen? Does heat have an impact on conflict and violence and how does this relate to recovery?
152 minutes | Aug 9, 2022
Episode 236: Issues that Impact Women
In this episode, Jackie talks about the reversal of Roe and our ability as humans to not see what is right in front of us. This ability impacts the plight of women in many ways and with the reversal of these constitutional rights that recognized a woman's ability to make choices for her body and her life. With this reversal what will be the impact going forward? We do not know because we have not been to this place before in the history of the United States where rights that have been given are revoked. Can we understand the plight of women from how they have been viewed through the patriarchal lens? Perhaps? Can we learn why progress on issues that impact women has been slow or nonexistent? That is the hope with this episode.
53 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
Episode 235: Shared Moments
In this episode, Jackie talks about the vulnerable moments that we share. Where we show up for people, celebrate with people, grieve with people and let others know they are not alone.
70 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Episode 234: Public Veridicts & History
This episode follows the verdict rendered in the Depp v Heard defamation lawsuit. While the outcome of this case has been decided by a jury, there is much for us to learn as we look at how public verdicts are rendered and the fallout that happens when the public gets it wrong.
58 minutes | Jun 8, 2022
Episode 0233: A Conversation on Domestic Violence
This episode was prompted by the ongoing discussion playing out currently through a celebrity defamation lawsuit. Nobody watching or listening is able to provide accurate diagnostic information, which makes it even more important to shape the conversation about how this court proceeding is being viewed and talked about. When issues regarding domestic violence make it into the spotlight, often the reactions and discussion can impede future victims of domestic violence from coming forward and seeking help and safety. This episode is an attempt to bring proper attention to the issue of domestic violence and provide a deeper discussion about the underlying issues for those in situations of domestic violence. There are also current statistics about DV in the show notes for those interested. https://ncadv.org/STATISTICS
80 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
Episode 232: Grievance Stories and Gun Violence
In this episode, Jackie talks about the most recent of a long stream of gun violence and innocent lives lost. This is a disturbing issue in the United States with seemingly no end in sight. Jackie talks about the importance of understanding our grievance stories and how this understanding can lead to meaningful conversations and prompt a robust national conversation focused on change and progress.
33 minutes | May 10, 2022
Episode 231: Model for Change & Expected Obstacles
In this episode, Jackie talks about a model of change that breaks down the process of change into four steps. Which can be helpful when undertaking an overwhelming task like change. In addition to understanding there are models for change, it can also be helpful to know there are also expected obstacles universal to those who undertake such a task. Knowing what these obstacles are can help us recognize them when they appear and be intentional when navigating the obstacle.
48 minutes | May 2, 2022
Episode 230: Trauma-informed vsTrauma work
These are two terms that are often used in therapy and that are often used by the general public. But what do they actually mean? What is the difference between being trauma-informed and doing trauma work? In this episode, we talk about the difference and the importance of being trauma-informed, both as the client and the clinician, before moving into doing trauma work.
32 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
Episode 229: Did you Know?
In this episode, Jackie talks about a local controversy that arose in SLC related to a description of a college course taught at a liberal arts college located in SLC. Situations such as this can escalate emotions and quickly spread fear and disinformation. Or it can cause us to pause, take a step back, listen, ask questions, and use critical thinking skills to sort through the emotional information that is coming our way.
45 minutes | Apr 12, 2022
Episode 228: Courtship Dimensions
In this episode, Jackie talks about the first six of twelve of the dimensions of courtship as outlined by Dr. Patrick Carnes. We do not spend enough time talking about how healthy relationships come about. Is it by chance? Is it luck? Do some people know a secret that so many others do not know? Healthy relationships don't happen by chance or by luck. And if your history of relationships doesn't trend in the right direction, there are things we can change and practice in order to be a part of healthy relationships that grow and evolve over time.
76 minutes | Apr 5, 2022
Episode 27: Forgiving Ourselves and claiming our healing
In this episode, Jackie wraps up discussing the book The Tao of Fully Feeling. This is where the dots are connected and we begin to see the path forward for ourselves. A path that involves forgiving ourselves for our part in carrying the dysfunction forward. We can now begin to see how our relationships can be different. How we can make amends, we can take responsibility for our actions, without taking more responsibility than is ours, and how we can take this forward into our lives and our relationships.
47 minutes | Apr 1, 2022
Episode 226: The Limits of Forgiveness
In this episode, Jackie continues to work through the book The Tao of Fully Feeling. The author has reminded us throughout the book of our society's need to rush forgiveness as a bypass for feeling and operating in reality. In this episode, we look at extenuating circumstances that our parents may have been dealing with. We aren't exploring these circumstances as a way of "letting them off the hook" because that would mean the shame resides with us. It is a way of taking a step back from what we experienced and getting a larger view of what life was like for our parents. This can actually help reduce shame as it begins to dawn on us that this was never about us. It wasn't about us being too much, or not enough or us just being a child.
73 minutes | Mar 29, 2022
Episode 225: Compassionate Reparenting
In this episode, Jackie continues her discussion of The Tao of Fully Feeling. In this episode, we start looking at what we can do. Once we have become more aware of our dysfunctional childhood and our maladaptive coping skills, once we have grieved the loss and expressed what was repressed, where do we go next? In this episode, we look at how we can reparent our inner child. Offering him/her what they were denied. What their hearts longed for and what is long past due.
56 minutes | Mar 22, 2022
Episode 224: Blame and Forgiveness
In this continuing discussion about the book The Tao of Fully Feeling by Pete Walker, we talk about blame as part of the grieving process. And how blame is not the stigmatized emotion that we are taught to banish and opt for self-responsibility. Instead, it is an organic, natural part of ourselves that leads to self-protection, healthy boundaries, and ultimately true forgiveness to our parents for the abuse and neglect from our childhood.
60 minutes | Mar 9, 2022
Episode 223: Decreasing Defense Mechanisms
There are four key ways that children protect themselves from being overwhelmed by the emotional pain of prolonged abuse and neglect. We call these defense mechanisms, and they typically have an expiration date. They can be effective in protecting children through traumatic childhoods, but at some time they will stop working. At this point, we can develop new, advanced defense mechanisms or we can face the trauma and explore how it is impacting our adult lives.
55 minutes | Mar 9, 2022
Episode 222: Four Essentials to Grieving
In this episode, Jackie talks about chapter 5 in The Tao of Fully Feeling. Often when we think of grieving, we think of being sad, maybe crying. Or we think of the stages of grief developed by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. In this chapter, author Pete Walker expands on essentials to grieving as we explore childhood trauma.
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