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87: Eating Disorders in Pregnancy with Jaren Soloff, RD

In this podcast, you will learn:

> What is the most critical time for your baby to get the best nutrition for health and development?
> What are some of the triggers during pregnancy for binge eating disorder, emotional eating, and food addiction?
> How to nourish yourself during the fourth trimester.

Schedule a free consult to discuss your food and body image issues: https://findingyouranchor.as.me/CONSULT

Scott Schober — Expert in Online Scams

Scott Schober is the author of three best-selling security books including “Senior Cyber”. In the book, Scott and Craig Schober pick apart a multitude of cybersecurity scams that relate directly to the financial, socioeconomic, and health & well-being of all seniors by offering simple advice for all levels of cybersecurity experience for grandparents, grandchildren, and everyone in between. Find out more at ScottSchober.com.

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How to Deal with an Emotional Healing Crisis -TPS462

In today’s episode, I talk about the emotional healing crisis that happens when you release long-held emotions. I explain how emotions don’t just happen in your mind, but also happen in your physical body and how you can deal with the resulting discomfort.

Highlights

When you don’t express your emotions, there is a buildup of the “molecules of emotion” on the receptors of your cell. Because emotions are a form of energy, this buildup can cause physical symptoms.
I talk about some physical effects of holding in emotions.
When you make significant emotional changes, there is an energetic shift throughout your body and you have to would just to the new configuration.
Because most people don’t understand the idea of healing crises, they will often do things to stop the process.
I talk about the emotional healing crisis I’ve been going through.
As you start shifting to a new way of being, there’s a chance that you’re going to go through a healing crisis.
There is a wide variety of symptoms that you may experience when going through a healing crisis.
It takes time to take care of your body which is an incredible machine that requires maintenance.
If you get in touch with your body and learn how to communicate with your body, you’ll know what action to take when you feel a little off.
It’s important to learn at least a little bit about how your body works and to have people you can talk to about how your body works.
No one can know your body better than you.
The healing crisis is just something that happens – it isn’t bad – and if you can understand it better then you’ll know how to deal with it.

Links
Molecules of Emotion by Candace Pert

The Wisdom of the Receptors: Neuropeptides, the Emotions, and the Bodymind by Candace Pert

Extreme States of Mental Health

This week listen in to Kristin Sunanta Walker host an episode with Dr. Dan Edmunds as he speaks about extreme states of mental health and mental health reform.

Dr. Dan L. Edmunds is an existential psychoanalyst and psychotherapist in Northeastern Pennsylvania. His work has focused on drug-free, relational approaches for those undergoing extreme states of mind as well as autism and developmental differences. Dr. Edmunds is the founder of the Center for Humane Psychiatry, an emancipatory movement for human rights in the mental health system. Dr. Edmunds has advocated for psycho-social approaches for those in distress that are affordable and accessible. Dr. Edmunds developed a therapeutic community project and is involved with autism acceptance and the autistic rights movement. Dr. Edmunds is the author of BEING AUTISTIC: AN APPROACH TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING AND ACCEPTANCE; THEY SAY MY CHILD HAS ADHD: DEBUNKING THE BIO-PSYCHIATRIC PARADIGM; THE MEETING OF TWO PERSONS; and MYSTICAL METAPHORS. Dr. Edmunds is a frequent speaker on critical psychology issues.

https://www.selfgrowth.com/experts/dan_edmunds.html 

If I Can Recover, You Can Too | Amber Miller

After years of living paycheck to paycheck, struggling with alcohol addiction, Amber Miller is on a mission to show people “if she can get her life together, there is hope for anyone.”

Amber went from lost, to thriving and abundant in money, love time and energy. She has stepped into her calling as a high-level, transformational coach and founder of “A Life Not Wasted.”

A judgeless group that empowers people to find their worth and make fearless changes in their lives to chase their dreams. Amber’s goal is to raise the vibration of the world.

For more, visit https://www.timkrass.com and be on the lookout for my upcoming book, “You Don’t Have To Swallow Your Gun.”

My Vulnerability Hangover

Maybe I said too much? Maybe I went too far in exposing myself? Those were my immediate thoughts after listening to my interview with Dr. Craig Heacock. Embracing my mortality means I have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Right? I do believe that risking being vulnerable in an attempt to be authentic is the path to closeness and connection. Yet, there is no guarantee. Is it worth it?

Listen Up Adults! – We’ve got something to say! (A story about my transition to the gender I was supposed to be)

In this series, we are highlighting the voices of youth and giving them a forum to talk about what is on their minds. Ten year old ‘Matt’ joins us, along with his mom, to talk about his decision to live in this world in the way he has always felt…male. His words are so simple, yet so poignant, “Just BE who you are.” He goes on to remind us that we would all “just be happier” if we could accept each other.

Meredith Patterson — Pioneer in Health Care, Aging and the Ethics of Elder Care

Meredith Patterson is a pioneer in the field of health care, aging and the ethics of elder care. Meredith developed a unique home care model in which the client and the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) would experience a greater sense of respect, the client was ensured the highest caliber of care, and the aide would be compensated at a significantly higher rate of pay. However, the cost to the client would be no more than the rate. Meredith prides herself on using a holistic and client centered approach, honed from a background in clinical social work. Find out more about Meredith and her unique agency at https://www.eccofchoice.com/

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