Juggling the Chaos of Recovery
Larry Brasfield: Hitting Rock bottom lead Larry to finally healing past childhood traumas. Real talk about EMDR

Larry Brasfield: Hitting Rock bottom lead Larry to finally healing past childhood traumas. Real talk about EMDR

June 11, 2021

Larry Brasfield shares his story today on my show. As he shares he believes that his addictions are a result of early childhood trauma. Being in and out of room so the 12 step programs the last many years have been a life saver for him. Mind, Body and spirit healing is the 3 legged stool of recovery for Larry. 

Real talk here ...trigger warning if you have been through sexual abuse and traumas. 

I know you will find it helpful and insightful as Larry shares. 

EMDR is a great therapy that can help you uncover childhood trauma and reprocess and heal. Big T or little t traumas have great impact that can predispose us to addictive behaviors. 

The Body Keeps the Score  is a book that talks through childhood traumas and experiences. 

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Jacqui McCoy: Finally out of the bondage of counting and working So hard to now thriving

Jacqui McCoy: Finally out of the bondage of counting and working So hard to now thriving

June 4, 2021

The first 200+ pound weight loss contestant from Extreme Makeover Weight loss edition Jacqui McCoy joins me today. I heard her story while at a Shaklee convention and we immediately struck by her honesty and truth she spoke about how this experience which should have been such a high point, lead to years of more struggle with body image and weight and so much more. 

We have become close over the years and I am honored that Jacqui is able to share with you today her story. She has gotten through the tough spots of counting calories and workouts and working so hard for something that she thought she wanted to achieve. The television show left her  with her own eating disorder and much to learn about health. There were SO many extremes that they were expected to accomplish. She didn't even know how to be healthy after all that. 

I know you will love this episode not just about the show but really about the NOW!! 

You can find Jacqui on Facebook and IG here. 

 

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Grieving and Mourning: for a life you wish you had with those who struggle with addictions and eating disorders.

Grieving and Mourning: for a life you wish you had with those who struggle with addictions and eating disorders.

May 28, 2021

This time of year is one of celebrations , graduations from high school, college and moving onto college or the next phase of life. When someone is caught up in an eating disorder or addiction, they do lose out on these parts of life. And as a mom I have found myself grieving for a life I wish I had with my daughter.,  a life I wish she had with her family. It's sad and a reality. I find myself reflecting on this particularly now as my daughter , if she had followed a 'normal 'path to college after high school should have graduated now 

I talk about the 12 steps, specially #11 , seeking after prayer and meditation and knowing that this path of my daughters is not her will or my will, it's really Gods plan and will. 

Acceptance is key. Realization that grieving is ok . And what we can do during this time. 

Have you felt grief like this? Mourning for a life you wish you had with your loved one? Would love to hear about it. 

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Wellness Wednesday: Lucy Forsting from the Synergy Connection Show talk about living our best life.

Wellness Wednesday: Lucy Forsting from the Synergy Connection Show talk about living our best life.

May 26, 2021

Lucy and I connect today about how she has connected with others and share so much to help others live their best life.

Lucy Forsting is a mostly retired psychotherapist who hosts a Synergy connection show, 

Mindful living is identified  by 4 legs. 

* Intellectual

*Spiritual

* Emotional

* Physical

In our relationships with others we can work on filling those legs and having balance. 

We have a wonderful conversation about so many things energy, spiritual, relationships and more. 

She mentions Dr. Bruce LIpton : An American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance.

 

The Synergy Connection Show is a podcast of integrated wisdom provided by experts in their field. The topics are varied and cover such areas as health & wellness, mindfulness, self-discovery and spiritual awakening. It is a synergistic meeting of the minds for today's world. 

She also wrote a book called The Adventures of Miss Twiggs and you can find it here. 

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Wellness Wednesday: Tips from a Top leader in Network Marketing

Wellness Wednesday: Tips from a Top leader in Network Marketing

May 19, 2021

As many of you know I have been involved with the network marketing Industry for the past 21 years. I was introduced to Shaklee when I  was looking for help for my son who struggled to be an energetic young boy. The products improve our health and I as intrigued by the science of the company and the products that we were using. 

I learned that I could use my desire to help others by partnering with this company of Shaklee and I did. The business has served me so well during this time. 

There has been so much conversation about the top trends now and all 3 of them are what Shaklee is a part of. 

Wellness, E-commerce and the side gig economy. 

I share my tips of things I've learned over the past 21 years but also share who I love to work with and coach along the way. 

You will hear 4-5 tips and also why nurses and teachers and those who have been in another direct selling are a very good fit for this business. 

If you are interested in hearing more, please connect with you and find time on my calendar here.  

If you of someone who might be interested in this episode, please share this with them. They will thank you and I will too. 

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Radical self-Care and Boundaries: Terrie Vanover talks about why taking care of yourself is worth itB

Radical self-Care and Boundaries: Terrie Vanover talks about why taking care of yourself is worth itB

May 14, 2021

Terrie Vanover joins me today to talk self care and boundaries. Terrie is a divorce and relationship strategist. She has overcome abandonment, poverty and childhood sexual abuse. In the process of healing herself, she realized she could help women over come their abandonment issues when a split happens and deal with all the loneliness. Figuring out our responsibility helps us learn how to do better in their chapter of life.  We get real about healing generational trauma and wounds from the past. 

Boundaries and Self care are SO important. 

You can find her at 

Choosing to Rise 

Send her an email at

terrievanover@comcast.net 

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Connecting the Dots and Coming out of Self Sabotage: Richard Wasson: Founder of The Success Book Club

Connecting the Dots and Coming out of Self Sabotage: Richard Wasson: Founder of The Success Book Club

May 7, 2021

Richard Wasson joins me today from Ireland to have a great discussion of life. We met through Clubhouse and had a great connection over sharing stories of adventure, travel and life. He celebrates 2 years sober now and believes his life is so wonderful now. 

Having a base is so important, be it with relationships with other friends or people Or with the God that you believe in. We talk about faith, about connecting the dots about our  experiences, self sabotage, travels and books and not staring at the past.  So often we don't listen to the signs and the whispers in the head that are edging them along. 

Richard  now shares his love of reading and inspiration in his club of The Success Book Club. You will find him on Facebook there. He interviews authors and also reads from books he loves and has learned from. 

The books mentioned are : 

Don't Push Too many Trolleys : By Ying Tan

Not Dead Yet: by Phil Collins

 

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Wellness Wednesday: A Simply Big Life with Sarah Dalton: Her world got bigger and then eating disorder got smaller.

Wellness Wednesday: A Simply Big Life with Sarah Dalton: Her world got bigger and then eating disorder got smaller.

May 5, 2021

 

Sarah Dalton is a productivity coach for mompreneurs. She is the founder of A Simply Big Life, an online community that empowers women to step out of overwhelm and live each day in alignment with their values. She creates tools, like the Peace and Productivity Planner as well as her upcoming online course, that help women lighten the mental load and create space in their lives for what matters most. Sarah is the host of Your Simply Big Life podcast where she has weekly conversations with like-minded women and offers inspiration on all things simplifying and living an intentional life. She is passionate about helping women learn to find their unique balance and flow with both peace and productivity.

Website: www.yoursimplybiglife.com

And course: www.yoursimplybiglife.com/course

Instagram: @your_simplybiglife

 

 
 
 
My podcast interview with Sarah is here to listen to. 
 

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Remembering and Honoring my Mother. What she taught me to value!

Remembering and Honoring my Mother. What she taught me to value!

April 30, 2021

As many of you know, my mother passed away on April 12th after a struggle with Parkinson's and Dementia. She did not suffer long and my whole family was grateful for the time we had to be together to say good by, share memories and support my father as he continues on with his life. 

I spent much of the week following her passing to think of how I could honor her at her service. I was encouraged by my husband Tom to speak and I am glad that he did. 

Although my relationship with my mother was not always good, in the 57 years of life that she gave me, she did teach me many things. I chose a few of those to speak and share about at her service. I wanted to share those words with you. 

I am encourage you to see the good even when there may be struggles. Take time to reflect so you can see what you have learned from others, especially our parents, those who gave us life. 

What have you learned to value from your parent? 

I'd love to hear. 

Share with me on IG or send me a text at 708-977-7326. 

Live your life and life it abundantly and honor those who have gone before. 

 

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Give yourself Grace. Real talk from Alexis Smith, Mental Health advocate, Podcaster combating diet culture and orthorexia.

Give yourself Grace. Real talk from Alexis Smith, Mental Health advocate, Podcaster combating diet culture and orthorexia.

April 23, 2021

Lexie shares her mental health story surrounding her eating disorder. After being diagnosed at age fifteen, she spent six days in Primary Children's Hospital and the following four months with a feeding tube. Through a complex process of recovery with a specialized therapist, eating disorder dietitian, pediatrician, and support team, Lexie has since reached full recovery.

A very young gal and quite wise beyond her years..... and motivated to share with others all that she can so that she can help others. By sharing her story, she desires to shed light on the stigma around mental illness and provide listeners with hope. Lexie is now a motivational speaker, coach, and podcast host. At the Every Ounce podcast, nothing is off the table. We talk about the most real and raw conversations of life. Lexie shares her story and discuss diet culture, mental illness and/or orthorexia .

You can find her podcast Every Ounce Podcast here 

Here website is here

 

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