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1 In 8 Americans Consider Moving More Stressful Than Jail!

1 In 8 Americans Consider Moving More Stressful Than Jail!

We all know that moving is stressful. From packing all of our worldly possessions into boxes to planning out our new home’s layout, moving is almost always a difficult job that leads to some extra stress. However, a new survey of 2,000 Americans has revealed that many people consider moving to be among the most stressful situations they can imagine — even more so than spending a week in jail!

The survey, commissioned by the storage company Life Storage, asked participants to compare the stress of moving with other, highly stressful situations. Surprisingly, 13% of survey respondents — about one in eight — said that moving is more stressful than a week in jail. Another 27% said it’s more stressful than a job interview, and 23% said it is more stressful than planning a wedding.

All of that stress doesn’t just occur on moving day either. During the process of planning and executing a move, survey participants said they expect to lose two nights of sleep, put in four hours of hard labor, procrastinate for three hours, have two arguments with a roommate or romantic partner, and cry out of frustration twice.

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mental Health Perspectives: IT Chapter II & The Fear of Clowns

Stephen King’s “IT Chapter 2” In Theatres Reasons Why People Are Afraid Of Clowns

This Friday, the evil clown Pennywise returns to theaters for Stephen King’s “IT Chapter 2.” Why does Pennywise make our skin crawl? It might be because many people suffer from true coulrophobia, the fear of clowns. Even without a full-blown phobia, everyone seems to agree that clowns are just a little bit scary.

But have you ever wondered why? Logically, a clown is simply a person wearing makeup and silly clothes, and yet they still tend to give just about everyone the creeps. Here are some of the ten psychological reasons why some people are afraid of clowns:

•They’re Unpredictable
•Fear Of The Unknown
•Mass Hysteria Over Clowns
•Negative Portrayal In Popular Culture
•Childhood Trauma
•Freud’s Uncanny Theory

STORY LINK: http://listverse.com/2017/02/10/10-psychological-reasons-why-people-are-afraid-of-clowns/

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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mental Health Perspectives: How Online Dating Could Be Impacting Your Mental Health

Online Dating Lowers Self-Esteem & Increases Depression, Studies Say

•Dating apps are a booming business, but they may be taking a toll on their users’ mental health. You send a message to a match that goes unanswered. You swipe right and never have it reciprocated. You go on a date, only to be “ghosted” afterward. Rejection hurts, and not just metaphorically. Being turned down stimulates the same part of the brain that processes physical pain, according to a 2011 study from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

•Instead of one rejection at a bar on a Saturday night, the popularity of online dating gives users many more opportunities to feel rejected faster. Dating apps are only growing in popularity, with no sign of slowing. Match.com has more than 7 million paid subscribers, an increase from 3.4 million in 2014.

STORY LINK: https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/29/health/online-dating-depression-study/index.html

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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mainstream Mental Health Radio with Featured Guest Suvrat Bhargave

Featured Guest
Dr. Suvrat Bhargave, author of the newly published book A Moment of Insight.

Americans, including children and adolescents, are suffering from a “mental health” epidemic. In fact, according to Mental Health America, over 44 million American adults have a mental health condition – such as anxiety and depression – and the rate of youth experiencing a mental health condition continues to rise.

As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Dr. Suvrat Bhargave MD says it’s time to challenge the stigma of mental health, by shifting the mainstream discussion from Mental Health problems to Emotional Wellness. Whether it be in school, at work or at home, these conversations should be part of everyday dialogue.

Bhargave, a board-certified psychiatrist, renowned educator and speaker and author of the forthcoming book A Moment of Insight: Universal Lessons Learned from a Psychiatrist’s Couch, is available to discuss his recommendations for ending the stigma of mental health, including:

How to shift the mainstream discussion from “mental health” to “emotional wellness”
What employers can do to reduce the stigma of mental illness in the workplace
How educators can identify and help children suffering from mental conditions
What parents can do to keep an open dialogue about emotional health with their children.
What having a “moment of insight” means for each person and how to find hope through adversity
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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

psychology, self help, trauma, Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health

Mental Health Perspectives: The Reason Behind Declining Morals In The US

Study: 47% of Americans Say U.S. Moral Values Not Good and Getting Worse

Americans continue to rate U.S. moral values negatively, on balance, and overwhelmingly agree that they are getting worse. These readings, from Gallup’s May 1-12 Values poll, are the latest in the 18-year trend that shows similarly bleak findings.

A 47% plurality of Americans currently rate U.S. moral values as “poor,” 36% as “only fair” and 17% as “excellent” or “good.” Since 2002, no more than 23% of Americans have held a positive view of moral values; the highest negative rating was 49% last year.

Story Link: https://www.studyfinds.org/confide-fido-nearly-half-dog-owners-turn-canines-over-family-comfort/
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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mainstream Mental Health Radio with Featured Guest Michael D. McGee, M.D.

Featured Guest
Michael D. McGee, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
The Haven at Pismo
TOPIC: Author of Amazon Best Seller, “The Joy of Recovery: The New 12 Step Guide to Recovery from Addiction.”
https://www.amazon.com/Joy-Recovery-12-Step-Guide-Addiction/dp/194692816X/

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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Mental Health Perspectives: The Psychology Behind Mass Shootings In The US

How Mental Health Warrants Could Be A Legal, Sensible & Effective Means of Preventing Future Mass Murders –

•Mainstream Mental Health has identified an approach to address school and mass shooting threat concerns. The main need is a mental health warrant to search to validate the threat which has to be investigated by police.

•If there’s evidence to support it, it has to go back to the judge, and then the judge would issue a warrant to the individual to have a Licensed Clinical Forensic Psychologist assess them primarily for potential risk of violence and other potential mental health issues. If the person refuses to comply, they can be arrested on Contempt of Court, and then the evaluation would be completed in jail.

The way to go about this is though the following methods:

1. A Mental Health Warrant would need to be drafted by local law enforcement to investigate the potential for violence. This could be after a report was made by someone else online (i.e., threats made on YouTube comments, 4Chan, Facebook, etc.), or in the person’s social circle, who has observed the threats made by the individual. This would then be reviewed and possibly approved by a judge

2. If approved by the Judge, an investigation would take place by local officials to determine the likelihood of threats, and would then report back to the courts. If no significant threat is identified, the investigation would be closed, the individual may be contacted to let them know that their actions have consequences, and to make sure they understand the implications of those actions.

3. If a notable threat is found, the judge could then order a risk evaluation, the individual would then have to meet with a Forensic Psychologist to assess them for being a reasonable and identifiable threat. This provision is specific, as Forensic Psychologists are specially trained in evaluating threat assessments in a legal manner.

4. If the person refuses to comply with the order, then the judge can order that the individual is in contempt of a court order, and then the individual can be assessed while incarcerated.

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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mainstream Mental Health Radio with Featured Guest Ivy Slater

Featured Guest Ivy Slater discusses: Managing Stress as a Female Lady Boss

Website: https://slatersuccess.com/

Speaking Points:

As a female lady boss, you have to learn to manage it all. You are the lead visionary, top decision-maker and the person your team relies on for support and guidance. If you show up daily at your best, with a clear head, centered and rested, stress is automatically lessened.

Put yourself first. Think about when you are on an airplane and you are instructed to put on your own oxygen mask first before helping others. That is exactly the advice to follow as you lead a team and an organization.

Great leaders have dedicated health and wellness practices in place and they don’t let anything interfere with those practices. Starting your day with a meditation practice, gratitude exercise, jog in the park or yoga at the studio with friends can impact how you react to stress throughout the rest of the day.

Be aware of your food and drink intake. Caffeine and sugar are nice for an energy boost, but too much can affect your stress management. And don’t forget the simple method of controlled breathing.

Take three deep breaths when transitioning between activities at work. Between meetings, before checking email, before a phone chat with a client, take the time to breathe, let go of any stress from the past activity and get into the moment of the work you are about to do.

When you take care of yourself, you ultimately take care of everyone else. A healthy and positive leader funnels that energy down to their team and their clients, creating a business built on joy and passion, not stress and overwhelm.

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Mental Health Perspectives is hosted by:

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Mental Health Perspectives with Dr. John Huber and Kristin Walker

Covered on the show today include:

Entomophobia, sometimes known as insectophobia, is the fear of insects. The fear is relatively common in the US, particularly in urban areas where coming into contact with a bug is fairly unusual because of the lack of interaction with nature. Urban dwellers’ fears of insects often serve as fodder for situation comedies and reality shows that depict their sudden transition to rural or island life. Many people who have never been exposed to this life can struggle because of the prevalence and pervasiveness of insects in living areas or they become overly aware of them in public spaces.

Although they are not technically insects, the fear of spiders is the most prevalent form of entomophobia. Other commonly feared bugs include bees, ants, cockroaches and flies such as butterflies and moths. Many people fear “bugs” in general, reacting in panic to any insect or related creature that crosses their path.

Sports Psychology with Dr. Ken Best

Who Is Dr. Ken Best?

* Dr. Ken Best is a holistic physician who specializes in sports
chiropractic and applied kinesiology.
* Dr. Ken Best teaches people how to find and change limiting
beliefs so that they can rewire the way their brain works to create
the life they want.
* He uses his holistic approach to heal people who are suffering
from both physical and mental pain.
* Dr. Ken Best is also known as a Celebrity Chiropractor and has
worked with everyone from Oscar winners to reality TV stars to
Grammy-winning musicians.
* Dr. Best is also an accomplished author who wrote the book, _99
Things You Wish You Knew Before Facing Life’s Challenges_, as well as
its Second Edition, _11 Best Ways To Face Life’s Challenges.
_Plus, the upcoming book, _Rewriting Your Life, _is forthcoming.

Areas of Expertise

* Neuromuscular specialist – Has worked with Olympic and
professional athletes.
* A Kinesiologist – He integrates physiology and mobility to heal
patients and get them in tip-top shape.
* Certified teacher of ThetaHealing – He uses this meditative
technique to dive deeper into a patient’s consciousness to change the
way they think and feel.
* Holistic Chiropractor – He loves integrating a more health infused
approach with his chiropractic work.
* Chakra balancer – Dr. Best is also a chakra balancer. He believes
in helping people rebalance their energy if their physical energy is
low and they are lacking mental clarity.

Talking Points

* For me, it’s all about connecting the mind, body and spirit
through restoring balance to the body. That usually means finding a
core belief that is stopping you from creating what you want in your life.
As an expert in muscle testing, I find and correct imbalances which
will allow the body to heal physically and mentally.
* I like to go straight to the emotional work and get at what the
underlying core beliefs are that are sabotaging what the person is
trying to create.
* Your physical, chemical, emotional and environmental factors
create stressors. And when they get out of balance, it throws
everything else off.
* If anything can be effected in your body by quantum physics, it
would be belief systems.
* The best way to bring about change is to rewire the brain.
Patients have to work on that on a daily basis. The brain is used to
going to the same thought process of thinking: ‘You’re never really
going to get that job because you’re really not that talented.’ And
it’s this repetitive thought process that gets people in that rabbit hole.
So, if you change the belief system, it makes it that much easier to
bring about lasting change instead of creating new patterns which
inevitably bring about resistance.
* Emotions are just stuck feelings where we keep thinking about
something over and over. We keep holding onto that anger or that
frustration. We often have a hard time discerning the difference
between our “gut feelings” and our “emotions.”
* You can change the direction of your life in an instant and have
fun in the process, if you want to.

https://drkenbest.com/

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