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In this episode we’ll explore love-bombing AKA idealization and how that fits into the abuse cycle. This is so important for you to be able to break through the Cognitive Dissonance.

You’ll finally understand why you felt so addicted to the relationship and had such a hard time accepting that the abuser is an abuser. 

You’ll also find out about the flipside of idealization and how you might be internalizing the abuse training by idealizing the abuser and others or comparing yourself to others and holding yourself to an unrealistic expectation of perfection.

You’ll get some tips for avoiding the love-bombing sickness and addiction. These tips will help you build immunity to narcissistic abuse.

The Journey: A Roadmap for Self-healing After Narcissistic Abuse

Get know Josh Mamela. Hear about his struggles with PTSD, and how he got himself to a place where he know has a career helping others that are struggling. Truly an inspirational dude! UpTalk Podcast is brought to you by Project Trauma Support, check them out at Stream UpTalk exclusively on the Mental Health News Radio Network, or download wherever you get your podcasts! #ItsTimeToHaveAChat #InThisTogether #UpTalkGratitudeGame #OneChatAtATime

Julie Ryan is a medical intuitive. We cover a lot of topics on mental health news radio but not this one. We wanted to know if a medical intuitive can also detect depression and other mental health issues.

Julie can sense what medical conditions and illnesses a person has, she can facilitate energetic healings, see energy fields—and communicate with spirits both alive and dead. She can work from anywhere; it’s rare I’m with someone while scanning them.

In addition, she can scan animals, access people’s past lives, and remove ghosts from homes and other buildings, and tell how close to death someone is.

Although the medical intuitive aspect of her life has been an amazing side interest, she is basically a businesswoman, an inventor, an author, and a serial entrepreneur. During her 35-year career, she invented surgical devices that are sold throughout the world and founded several companies in the medical, natural gas, advertising, long-term care, compliance, and data breach prevention industries.

Join hosts Dr. Kristina Hallett and Kristin Sunanta Walker with the incredible Jenn Edden talking about our addiction to sugar.

Three women unleashed on this incredible new series Be Awesome!

Jenn Edden is a certified health coach specializing in sugar addiction and empowerment coaching. She is also a mom, speaker, and biz coach for other entrepreneurs looking for clarity and confidence. As a recovering sugar-a-holic, Jenn supports women to take back their lives and health by making small tweaks to food and lifestyle choices while addressing how much mindset plays a role in long-term success.

In this episode Debbie Mirza, author of The Passive-Aggressive Covert Narcissist, and I are talking about covert narcissists and what it’s like to be in a relationship with one. 

You’ll finally understand why the covert narcissist in your life doesn’t seem like the description of the classic narcissist. 

You’ll find out about the traits of covert narcissists and how these types can be more dangerous than the overt ones.

You’ll also learn some tips for recognizing when you’re dealing with a covert narcissist.

Nanci Danison joins us to talk about the day she died. That’s right. The day she died and what she learned from the experience.

She died March 14, 1994, at the age of 43, but voluntarily returned to human life to share what she could remember of the wonders she experienced and truths she learned in the afterlife. At the time of her death, she had been an attorney practicing law in a 270 attorney regional law firm for 17 years as a litigator in the labor and employment law areas, and as a transactional and health care fraud defense lawyer in the health law field. She brought her training and skills as a trial lawyer to the evidence she encountered and challenged within the afterlife.

“Nancy brings the credibility of a trial lawyer, highly trained to evaluate evidence, to her account of the answers to our most pressing spiritual questions: What is God? Who am I? What is the purpose of this life? What happens when we die? . . . She
observed this near-death experience with the detachment of a jurist. That jury of one found no evidence to support the traditional religious model of ‘heaven.’ Instead, the reality she experienced was much more intricate and fulfilling. It felt like returning to a very different but familiar culture.” — June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, Healthy Beginnings Magazine (Sept. 2012).

Amy O’Neill, MS, LPC is a speaker, survivor, resilience expert, therapist, and motivator is our guest today with her friend and our co-host, Dr. Kristina Hallett. Today we talk about and examine resilience.

Amy O’Neill chose a mental health career that requires resilience to do well and stay healthy; and she engages in hobbies that thrive on resilience, like the Iron-man Triathlon and Boston Marathon. Amy has also been thrust into situations wherein survival came from resilience. Thus, as a Mental Health professional and Boston Marathon attack survivor, Amy has acquired keen insight into how we can not only survive the challenges life throws at us, but also thrive in creating a life we love.


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