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The Metamorphosis Monologues
25 minutes | Jun 7, 2022
Design Your Great Life
Self-Esteem and Addiction directly impact each other. The two work together and affect the other making the healing and recovery process reliant on building self esteem. Jason Wittman specializes in the enhancement of self-esteem/love, the lack of which is the root cause of all addictions. Jason is a counselor and coach since the 1980s. He’s had personal experience with and sees in his work with clients. He coaches and advises every kind of person recovering from alcoholism and various forms of addictions guiding them to work and live at their exquisite best. His latest book - “Designing Your Great Life! ~ Time-Tested Prescriptions for a Life Worth Living” http://dyglbook.com is the result of having worked with city mayors and corporate execs to teens living on their own and hustling on the streets.
27 minutes | May 23, 2022
MM 83 A Fat Perspective
Jennifer Melyan came of age as a chubby brown child in the 90’s in Taiwan, where heroin-chic models were the norm and light skin preferred. Bombarded with nonstop messages about why her body wasn’t right, she developed a severe eating disorder to compensate. It took years of learning how to love herself bit by bit, body part by body part, in order to stand confidently in her current form and encourage others to do so as well. By addressing issues such as puberty, sexuality, assault, eating disorder, and body dysmorphia in her upcoming book My Body Of Work, Jennifer aims to inspire others to liberate themselves from disempowering body-related narratives and beliefs.
10 minutes | May 16, 2022
MM 82 Tapping Into Emotional Energy
Our emotional state affects the people around us. Maybe that's why we often hear people say that laughter is infectious. When we laugh, when joy or excitement bubble up from us, we are putting positive ions of energy out there and people feed off of it. The same is true for less bouyant moods. Ever spend time with an inconsolabe baby or a child throwing a tantrum and feel your insides freaking out right along with them? Well, we can take charge of the mood we carry around and spread. It's a process but it can be done and it does make life a lot more pleasant.
33 minutes | May 9, 2022
MM 81 Mastering Chronic Pain
Twenty-five pills a day by the time she was 30, Emily Shaules was not well enough to sustain the legal career and suburban life she was already in. Her illnesses redirected every aspect of her life. She divorced and moved to Asheville. She tried new things but everything proved to be too much for her body. Turns out, the signals her body sent would become the most important teacher and guide, leading her to trade the life she thought she was supposed to a life she loves. A former high-powered attorney, professional actress, health food company founder, and CEO, Emily designed her dream life and wants you to help you design yours too! https://www.masterpathcoaching.com/
11 minutes | May 2, 2022
MM 80 Backyard Brunch Dynamics
Family dynamics are important to understand to help lead a more emotionally healthy life. Without a solid understanding of your own unique family dynamics, you may not feel fully in tune with why certain experiences are triggering, or why you are drawn to certain careers, relationships, and friendships. This is a short story about family dynamics and me, trying to understand some of mine. www.sharireinhart.com
35 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
MM 79 Beware the Drunken Bet
At 16 Danielle Pardoe lost her father unexpectedly. Then one night while out socialising, she signed up to the military as part of a drunken bet and was accepted. At 24, 1 year into her military career, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Very soon after radiation therapy, she survived a near fatal car crash. Danielle broke through military barriers and broke down stereotypes, excelling throughout her military career despite the obstacles. Now a New Zealander (Kiwi) living in Australia for the past 6 years, Danielle is teaching businesses and management to challenge the status quo.
18 minutes | Apr 18, 2022
MM 78 My Very Personal Session With Grief
Grief is an expression of love taken from us. It can be deep, wrenching and painful but it also holds grace and miracles within it. Having recently lost my sister to a pretty terrible accident, I share what I am learning through this recent visit with sudden loss. www.sharireinhart.com
32 minutes | Apr 11, 2022
MM 77 - Male Postpartum Depression
When Israel Smith exposed his confused and vulnerable self to someone he trusted the floodgates to a whole new life, marriage and career opened. But first, it took lots of hard conversations, discipline and commitment to get himself there. These days, Israel Smith works with Dads in Business and Leadership who are overwhelmed, sick of yelling at their kids, and tired of arguing with their partner. With over a decade of successfully managing his own depression and anxiety without medication, Israel is now a coach and speaker, and uses his “Source Method” to help his clients lead richer, more aligned lives.
10 minutes | Apr 4, 2022
MM 76 Jung's Inner Child Archetypes
In popular psychology, the inner child archetype is akin to an unconscious sub-personality It consists of what a person picked up, perceived and experienced in the earliest years of their life. And it has a lot to do with how we function as adults. Which one (or few) are you?
32 minutes | Mar 28, 2022
MM 75 Can't Cancel Colon Cancer
Jennifer Anderson was powering through her career and family until her the day her life took a surprising turn. She had always prioritized health, fitness and nutrition so when the cancer diagnosis came, she was thrown. CEO of Moving Forward Solutions, Jennifer Anderson helps tech leaders become the leader that everyone wants to work for. She is a wife, mom, bonus mom, and colon cancer survivor. Jen has consulted with national and international companies, spoken at many conferences and is published in Forbes and quoted in several trade magazines. She is the host of Today’s Top Leaders, a podcast for tech sector leaders. For more information and to get in touch with Jen Anderson, you can find her at MovingForwardSolutions.com.
13 minutes | Mar 21, 2022
MM 74 Raise Your Voice
As a young girl I kept a diary. I wrote daily entries committed to it like a young lover obsessed with her partner, and maybe also afraid that if I missed an entry I would lose the only place I had to release my feelings. Talking about yourself is not indulgent, it's healing.
33 minutes | Mar 14, 2022
MM 73 Addict Druggie Junkie... Human
“The next time you look at an ‘addict,’ ‘druggie,’ or ‘junkie,’ try seeing a human being instead. You’d be surprised how much showing a little compassion can help someone else.” ~ Thom Delaney With a career as a business development executive in the education sector, Delaney had a life that he said “appeared happy externally.” But Thom was using drugs as a way to self-medicate after a traumatic childhood and adolescence. He started with alcohol, then turned to cocaine use at 18 years old, and continued on with exploring other drugs, including ecstasy, acid, MDMA, and ketamine. His dependency on drugs took “everything precious” in his life from him and the ketamine destroyed his bladder. Doctors warned him that if he didn’t quit he’d be dead in a month. Thom didn’t want to be dead more than he wanted the drugs so that death notice was what he needed to seriously step into the world of recovery and a whole new life. Need inspiration? Search Thomas Delaney Addict for any number of podcasts, articles and other media
9 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
MM 72 Lennon's Too Many Wrong Ambitions
They tried to 'fix' him. They saw only one way for a young student to be but this was John Lennon and he had ideas that did not fit the norm and he was not going to fit in and behave for the sake of school rules.
33 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
MM 71 Worn Out Wonder Women
Jess Bonasso dedicated every ounce of energy in her 20’s to corporate ladder climbing. The more she climbed, the more exhausted she got but Jess wasn’t paying attention. Then, in her business-building 30’s, Jess became undone. She unraveled at a cellular level leading her into the perfect storm of burnout, breakdowns & a proverbial midlife crisis. Today, Jess Bonasso is a recovered worn out working wonder woman and uses what she learned the hard way to teach worn out working wonder women how to master the art of self-rescue so they can work smart, live large & love life without sacrificing their soul, sanity or health. https://jessbonasso.com/
9 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
MM 70 Brene Brown's Atlas Of The Heart
Finding the way back to ourselves and one another. In Atlas of the Heart, helps us map language to the emotions and experiences without which it is hard to find and maintain meaningful connections to the self and to others. www.sharireinhart.com
32 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
MM 69 A Lifetime of Determined Action
When Jason Galvez was just a boy, he and his family returned home to find it gutted. There was nothing to save. The family was never the same, Jason was unsafe with his mom after his dad left the family and at 14 years old, he was safer on his own. He kept himself going by making one bold decision after another and taking bold determined action to get ahead. Today Jason uses this high form of self leadership in service to others.
21 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
MM 68 Becoming Emotionally Mature
A Personal Story, including book suggestions and an exercise Rising above the fake, externalized people-pleasing me who’s the only version of me who ever used to show up in the world. The perfect storm that this created that kept me chronically and chaotically unhappy. And now, experiencing a higher energy state is my addiction.
18 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
MM 66 Good Vibrations
Your vibration frequency is an active energetic participant in your enjoyments of life. Want to live more holistically by discovering and integrating the gifts offered by cosmic consciousness, the quantum field, and subtle energy? Enter into the awareness of your high and low vibration frequencies into the quantum field.
33 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
MM 65 Stigmatized
Sharing her story is one way that Petrona Joseph is contributing to breaking the cycle of stigmatization, shame, fear, and guilt that compounds our efforts to heal our mental health. This conversation exposes childhood events and adult behaviours that led Petrona through a life riddled with guilt, shame, panic attacks, depressive episodes to finally realizing that all she needed was love, acceptance and mental health care to be okay. Petrona's book Stigmatized can be found on Amazon.
21 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
MM 64 Greg Anderson's Law of Forgiveness
How one man's confrontation with his nemesis in the face of a metastatic lung cancer brought him to the forgiveness work that he credits for turning his dying life around. Based on “The 22 Non-Negotiable Laws of Wellness: Feel, Think, and Live Better Than You Ever Thought Possible” (HarperCollins). © 1995 by Greg Anderson.
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