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Life often includes many stressful moments, but stress around the holidays can be overwhelming for many people. From feelings of fatigue and isolation to financial stress and unrealistic expectations, it can be difficult to prepare ourselves for the increased stresses the holidays can often bring. In this episode, Trevor talks about his struggles with emotional regulation and what helps ground him. Then we are joined by McLean’s Mark Longsjo, LICSW, who helps remind us that we have more control than we believe and shares some suggestions to help each of us keep things in check.

Join your cohosts Evelyn M. Ryan and Kristin Sunanta Walker to discuss how we lose our power, how we give it away, and how to get it back.

Evelyn holds advanced degrees in science and management as well as multiple professional certifications in life and health coaching, organizational excellence, and process improvement. She is a recognized expert and published author in quality management and has worked nationally and internationally for several world-class research institutions and agencies supporting high risk operations and national and international security.

Purchase Evelyn’s groundbreaking book, Take Your Power Back: Healing Lessons, Tips and Tools for Abuse Survivors.

Searching for our life’s purpose, it’s something that we can all strive for; merely not existing in this world and “going through the motions” but finding the true desire of our heart and where our passion is, and using it to help others. To not just wake up each day feeling like we are stuck with no hope of having a truly fulfilling and enriching life, but rather to live each day doing what we love and understanding that our purpose is unique to us.

Life purpose and helping others do not necessarily go hand in hand in everyone’s view, but as we’ll explore in this episode of the podcast, using your life’s purpose to help others can make each experience so much more meaningful and fulfilling.

Business, archetype and releasing coach for ‘Mermaids,’ singer with four recordings and mom to a bohemian son on the Canadian prairies, Beth Martens helps women ‘MerPreneurs’ be valued for their authentic life’s work. A ‘corporate cancer’ survivor, she now teaches women how to create and up level a divinely aligned business – so they can serve with the whole of themselves without spreading themselves too thin or burning out from over-giving. In addition to teaching the tools of high end business, she specializes in working with archetype and releasing coaching to help her clients navigate the emotional underworld, reclaim their lost energy and create abundance from love instead of fear.

Beth Martens is a 2 time cancer survivor, and has beaten the odds repeatedly throughout her life. Even when told she would not likely survive, she refused to give up on herself and her dreams of finding and embracing her life’s purpose.  “Over the 3 years of fighting for my life I lost everything – my house, my car, my ability to work, and several friends who couldn’t journey with me. I gave away my cats and all of the stuff I could no longer look after. I lost my hair, I looked like death itself and finally lost my hope to live. 

That day I fell into the pit of despair. Dusk was falling, the room blackening and I laid there for hours on end in my parents’ book room, feeling my life had come to the end. When I finally caved and surrendered to all of the loss, and to death itself, instead of dying I had the most surprising breakthrough.

I saw who I really am. I saw that with nothing, I was intimately connected with humanity through what I’m here to be and do. And I saw how utterly fulfilled I was in that, despite having lost everything. What finally turned the key for me was working with archetypes. In discovering the ‘Mer’ archetype that was out of alignment for me I recovered enough energy that I completely healed, and never had to look back.

After recovering from cancer and the treatments, it took me more than a decade to build my calling into a business that served me and the people I work for equally. Now I teach women to do that in six months.”

You are guided by your instincts about what is possible.But when you look out in the world it doesn’t reflect the vision you see. You are wired to serve others in the ways you are naturally gifted, emotionally inclined and expertly trained, and your soul won’t let you rest until you do it.

During our chat on the podcast, we cover more about power of working with archetypes and your life’s purpose:

  • What exactly are archetypes and do we all have them?
  • How does working with our archetypes helping in healing from trauma, and overcome anxiety?
  • How we can be in control of our emotions in a healthy way, and why it’s so important.
  • More about exploring our life purpose:
    • What it means to explore your life purpose
    • Why it’s so important and why helping others makes it so much more fulfilling.

To learn more about working with Beth Martens, exploring archetypes and your li

Jason Treu is an executive coach.

He spent 15+ years in marketing leadership positions working with influential leaders such as Steve Jobs, Reed Hastings, Mark Cuban, and many others.

He is the best-selling author of Social Wealth, the how-to-guide on building extraordinary business relationships.

He was a featured speaker at 2017 TEDxWilmington for his talk on, “How to Get CoWorkers to Like Each Other.” His team building game, Cards Against Mundanity, has been played by more than 10000+ people and organizations such as Amazon, Southwest Airlines, Ernst & Young, Google, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and many others.

Jason has his law degree and master’s in communications from Syracuse University.

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Mitzvah is a Jewish term that refers to a commandment to do good deeds unto others. Liora Tedgi, the founder of Ohr Meir & Bracha The Terror Victims Support Center (http://www.terror-victims.org.il/, based in Jerusalem) Is the epitome of mitzvah.

I had the privilege of volunteering a few times during my stay in Israel. This program is one fueled by compassion, kindness and seeking to alleviate heart ache and trauma. I was in awe of this program and their mission.

With a new year upon us and 365 days behind us, the choice is ours. How will we respond to personal challenges, difficult seasons in life? Will we step forward seeking to find the positive in all things? Will we choose to spread kindness rather than anger or bitterness?

How we choose to go forward in all chapters of our life has a tremendous influence on our mental health, our outlook on life and the potential we have to impact the lives of others. The choice, my friend, is ours.

I encourage you to visit Liora’s website and if you feel lead, feel free to donate to an organization that is spreading mitzvah on a daily basis. If you happen to visit Jerusalem, know you will be welcomed with open arms to donate your time and energy.

Wishing you a new year filled with peace, love and mitzvah.

Special thanks to our sponsor, Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Program. (https://www.firemountainprograms.com/teen-residential-treatment-center/)

Has your partner every just stopped talking to you when things weren’t going his or her way? Or, when you weren’t doing exactly as s/he wanted?And, then, the next things: THE DREADED SILENT TREATMENT! The silent treatment is punishing, punitive, and often the way a person who wants power over you thinks they can control you. Sometimes, though, that other person–or, maybe, you–don’t have the skills or confidence to manage conflict in any other way. Why do people use the silent treatment? They want to demonstrate power over youThey think you’ll give in if they hold out long enoughThey want to punish you by withholding love or intimacy of any kindThey lack skills to communicate about difficult things…and they won’t risk trying.They are afraid they’ll lose, so they don’t start the conversation. Any of those sound familiar? It’s not uncommon for people to get scared, and then, get very defensive. That often even escalates into anger. Things can get very touchy! People will react in out-of-proportion ways when they are feeling their self-worth is attacked, or in jeopardy. That’s often when they pull of that move: the dread silent treatment! HIGHLIGHTS OF TODAY’S EPISODE:You can learn better ways to communicate whether you do the silent treatment, or you’re on the receiving endFind out what’s driving that silent treatmentFind the willingness to listen without judgment or defensivenessWhat emotionally mature people do when conflict arises I hope this help you see that more clearly. If you need help with this, I’m here for you.Let’s talk soon. I can help. Schedule an initial hour consultation HERE for only $97.I hope this empowers you to make positive changes NOW.Talk soon.RhobertaRhoberta Shaler, PhD,The Relationship Help DoctorForRelationshipHelp.comP.S. Subscribe to my newsletter, Tips for Relationships, HERE.WANT THE PRIVACY AND SAFETY OF MY SUPPORT GROUP AWAY FROM FACEBOOK?You can have that, and:access to a Emotional Savvy Circlemy 21 Steps to Empowered Emotional Savvy programmonthly “Ask Me Anything” callsYou can get most of this for the price of one latte a month!ForRelationshipHelp.com/ESCCONNECT WITH DR. RHOBERTA SHALER:Website: ForRelationshipHelp.comFacebook: RelationshipHelpDoctorTwitter: Twitter.com/RhobertaShalerLinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/RhobertaShalerInstagram: Instagram.com/DrRhobertaShalerYouTube: YouTube.com/ForRelationshipHelpYou can also listen to the last 32 episodes of Save Your Sanity on Mental Health News Radio Network. That’s a great place to get in-depth insights for shoring up mental and emotional health of all kinds.#Hijackals #toxicpeople #mentalhealthmatters #MHNRNetwork #RhobertaShaler #narcissists #borderlines #antisocial #difficultpeople #emotionalabuse #verbalabuse #stoptoleratingabuse #toxicrelationships #manipulativepeople #walkingoneggshells #mentalhealth #emotionalhealth #abuse #narcissisticabuse #boundaries #personalitydisorders #stress #self-care #emotionaldistressHIGHLIGHTS OF TODAY’S EPISODE:Why you may not think you need to take good care of yourselfWhat does it really mean to be selfishWhy being selfish is not a bad thing when it comes to self-careMany questions to deeply think about, even journal about, to help you consider taking super good care of yourself in every wayI hope this help you see that more clearly. If you need help with this, I’m here for you.Let’s talk soon. I can help. Schedule an initial hour consultation HERE for only $97.I hope this empowers you to make positive changes NOW.Talk soon.RhobertaRhoberta Shaler, PhD,The Relationship Help DoctorForRelationshipHelp.comP.S. Subscribe to my newsletter, Tips for Relationships, HERE.WANT THE PRIVACY AND SAFETY OF MY SUPPORT GROUP AWAY FROM FACEBOOK?You can have that, and:access to a Emotional Savvy Circlemy 21 Steps to Empowered Emotional Savvy programmonthly “Ask Me Anything” callsat least monthly insightful webinar You can get most of this for the price of one latte a month!ForRelationshipHelp.com/ESCCONNECT WITH DR. RHOBERTA SHALER:Website: ForRelationshipHelp.comFacebook: RelationshipHelpDoctorTwitter: Twitter.com/RhobertaShalerLinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/RhobertaShalerInstagram: Instagram.com/DrRhobertaShalerYouTube: YouTube.com/ForRelationshipHelpYou can also listen to the last 32 episodes of Save Your Sanity on Mental Health News Radio Network. That’s a great place to get in-depth insights for shoring up mental and emotional health of all kinds.#Hijackals #toxicpeople #mentalhealthmatters #MHNRNetwork #RhobertaShaler #narcissists #borderlines #antisocial #difficultpeople #emotionalabuse #verbalabuse #stoptoleratingabuse #toxicrelationships #manipulativepeople #walkingoneggshells #mentalhealth #emotionalhealth #abuse #narcissisticabuse #boundaries #personalitydisorders #communication #silenttreatment

Anne Moss Rogers is the mother of two boys and the owner of emotionally naked, a site that reached a quarter million people in its first 18 months. She is a writer and professional public speaker on the topics of suicide, addiction, mental illness, and grief and currently working on getting a book published. Anne Moss lost her youngest son, Charles, 20, to suicide June 5, 2015. As talented and funny as Charles was, letting other people know they matter was his greatest gift. And now the legacy she tries to carry forward in her son’s memory.

Join Anne Moss in her amazing work at www.annemoss.com

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