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Mental Health Megacast: What We’ve Learned in Therapy and How We Continue to Heal.

The long-awaited and wildly anticipated (more or less) return of the Mental Health Megacast is here! Season 3, Ep. 2 I believe is where we are, although truth be told it’s hard to say for sure what episode it is. If you’re a regular listener of these podcast episodes with Wes, Mike, and Myself, you...

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Gratitude and Forgiveness, Essential Aspects of Healing and Empowerment, with Lisa Cybaniak

Gratitude and Forgiveness are not exactly easy things to embrace, especially for survivors of trauma. In fact, just the very mention of either of those two can send chills down your spine, regardless of whether you’re a survivor of childhood trauma or other forms of abuse. Both bring up a multitude of emotions and require...

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Re-Victimized, the Risk of Sharing Your Trauma Story with Family.

It takes a long time, for many survivors it can take decades, to come to terms with the abuse they experienced as a child. You spend years denying it, pretending it didn’t happen, barely giving it a second thought, and trying to avoid any thoughts of it whatsoever, but the only way to truly experience...

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“The Rule of 7”, How Narcissists Use Repetition to Manipulate You, with Kim Saeed

Gaslighting, Cognitive Dissonance, and so many other terms can seem foreign, and downright intimidating when you first begin researching what narcissistic abuse is, and what it means to be in a relationship with a toxic person who has been manipulating you into embracing a reality you never imagined you would find yourself in. Our guest...

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There is No Shame in Recovery from Addiction, with Lisa Boucher

Recovery and addiction sadly often go hand in hand. What is modeled for us as a child, or not modeled for us, along the trauma of any type of abuse can lead to struggles with addictions of drugs and alcohol. Studies outline that there is a clear and distinct correlation between childhood trauma and drug...

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Taking Charge of Your Trauma Narrative, with Dorothy Pierre-Joseph.

When you first begin to realize that you experienced some type of trauma, you realize that you were a victim. You were a victim unspeakable acts that nobody should ever have to endure. You may not even fully comprehend, understand, or remember everything that happened, but you’ve got some bits and pieces that will eventually...

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Navigating Daily Life and Continued Healing, after Sharing Your Survivor Story, with Larry Ruhl.

When you come to a point in healing from childhood trauma where you feel like it’s time to share your story, it’s truly a monumental moment in your recovery. While sharing openly about those personal struggles is not for everyone, and that’s ok, it can be incredibly validating for those who do wish to end...

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Self-Esteem and Reframing Negative Core Beliefs in Healing from Complex PTSD.

There are so many aspects to healing from Complex PTSD; not only is it working through the traumatic events themselves; opening up those old wounds or discovering wounds we never knew were there, but it’s also about dealing with the after-effects of the trauma. A case can certainly be made that, while uncovering and working...

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Childhood Trauma, Addiction, and the Hope of Recovery, with Tricia Moceo

Childhood trauma and addiction, unfortunately, go hand in hand quite often. According to SAMHSA: In the United States, 61 percent of men and 51 percent of women report exposure to at least one-lifetime traumatic event, and 90 percent of clients in public behavioral health care settings have experienced trauma. In addition, the Adverse Childhood Experience...

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Living with BPD, One Hourly Battle at a Time, with Jody Betty

Our good friend, Jody Betty, joins us on this episode of the podcast to talk more about her advocacy work and what it’s like living with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder). The official definition of Borderline Personality Disorder, as outlined by the National Institute of Mental Health: Borderline personality disorder is a mental illness marked by...

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A Diagnosis She Would Not Accept, and a Holistic Approach to Healing that Changed Her Life.

When you get a diagnosis that you cannot accept, especially one that is life-altering at a very young age, you have two choices: accept it or get a second opinion. Or third, or fourth, or fifth. Essentially you have to decide if you’re going to fight or go quietly into the night…so to speak. Our...

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“Feel to Heal”, Finding Balance in Healing and Life through Integrative Wellness, with Delisa Richardson

‘Life is all about balance”, something most of us have probably heard many times growing up and even more so today. Trying to balance all of the responsibilities that daily life throws at us, professionally, personally, relationally, spiritually, is tough, to say the least. For those that do that have kind of balance now, you...

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Chronic Suicidality, It’s Always on the Table…with Frank King

Even in today’s world, where mental health is becoming more mainstream to talk about, there’s still a stigma surrounding those dreaded two words. Even more than that, what about the judgemental mindset that comes with admitting you’ve attempted suicide, or live with chronic suicidality? It’s for those very reasons that I wanted to bring Frank...

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Healing from Abusive Therapy, It’s Not Your Fault.

When it comes to an unhealthy or abusive dynamic in a therapeutic environment, it’s all too easy for the patient to put the blame squarely on their own shoulders, when in reality that is certainly not the case. However, because of the vulnerability that needs to be present in a therapy session, coupled with the...

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Understanding the Needs of a Community after a Mass Shooting, with Melissa Glaser

What can we do to help communities heal after a mass trauma event like the recent shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio? How do we go about supporting the survivors and families, while also taking care of ourselves and dealing with our own feelings? For that matter, how do we understand our own...

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Living Your Best Life through Healing Your Past, with Karen Cesario Rizzo

When you come to a point in healing from your past, from all of the abuse, the trauma, the years of suffering, you may find yourself breaking down, falling to your knees, and crying out for help. That’s exactly what our guest on this episode of the podcast did, and the answers she received were...

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Healing from an Emotionally Abusive Relationship, with Liz Goddard

There’s an old saying, “sometimes you can’t see the forest through the trees”, An expression used of someone who is too involved in the details of a problem to look at the situation as a whole.* Now, what does this have to do is healing from an emotionally abusive relationship? One of the biggest struggles...

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The Hope in Healing from CPTSD, with Monique Koven

If there’s one thing you need to be able to latch on to, and believe in when you begin a healing journey from past trauma..is Hope. The hope in healing from CPTSD or PTSD caused by childhood trauma is real, but if we don’t believe it’s real, the healing becomes exponentially more difficult. After all,...

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Learning How to Tell Your Survivor Story, with Rachel Grant

Your survivor story, the way you live it every day, and the way you tell it to others, evolves throughout the various stages of healing. Each version is your truth, as you experienced it in the past and how you live in the present. Each stage of healing represents how you’ve grown and how much...

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Understanding Self-Doubt, and How You Can Overcome It.

Self-Doubt, a lack of faith in oneself: a feeling of doubt or uncertainty about one’s abilities, actions, etc.  thank you, Merriam-Webster. I would say that sums it up pretty nicely, but while the definition itself is accurate, how each one of us relates to it is a very personal and unique struggle. The doubt you have...

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Self-Worth: Finding Strength Through Vulnerability, with Brian Cardoza

June is self-worth month here on the podcast. We started off talking with the UK’s leading confidence coach and transformational mentor, Amy Rushworth, as she shared some of her story and talked about how finding your voice is in direct relation to self-confidence and developing your self-worth. After that, we shared some thoughts on how...

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What is Your Self-Worth Based On?

In keeping with the theme of Self-Worth, that we have going right now for June 2019, I wanted to share my thoughts what exactly our self-worth is tied too. It’s an interesting question to ponder if you pause and think about it for a minute. What things in your life are you maybe tieing your...

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The Journey of Self-Confidence and Discovering Your Self-Worth, with Amy Rushworth

Raise your hand if you’ve heard a quote similar to this: “life is about the journey, not the destination”. I believe the first person to coin that phrase was Ralph Waldo Emerson. You’ve probably heard it referenced in books and movies, from motivational speakers, professors, and countless others…but how much do you truly embrace it...

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Some Things Never Change..But You Can.

It’s funny how things work out in life, and I don’t mean funny haha, but more like funny strange, or funny interesting. In this episode of Mobile Musings, sponsored by Beyond Your Past Radio, I look back at an episode I recorded 3 years ago, and wouldn’t you know it..it’s as relevant today as it...

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Sleep and Your Mental Health, with Dr. Wallace Mendelson

Problems falling asleep, staying asleep, getting enough sleep, feeling sleepy during the day…any of these ring a bell as something you struggle with? If you’re one of the 50-70 million people in the U.S. alone that suffer from a sleep disorder, you can definitely relate. Even if you aren’t diagnosed with a specific sleep disorder,...

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