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MHNR Network Welcomes: Intentionally Emotive Hosted by Shaun Karim!

“Having gone through what I have in my life, I have a responsibility to share my experiences with others. Having been as low as I have been, not even that long ago, that person would not recognize the person I have today, and I want to help others achieve the same thing. ” 

– Shaun Karim

 

Shaun Karim shares his own journey dealing with narcissistic abuse and domestic abuse against men with his podcast Intentionally Emotive. 

Shaun Karim felt that there was something missing in the array of podcasts that just didn’t just quite fit what he was looking for in his listening experiences and decided to become a podcaster and fix exactly that void that he had found.  As a man who has experienced an abusive upbringing,  he tended to mirror those kinds of relationships as he got older, often ending up in abusive relationships.  Men as survivors of domestic abuse are not talked about enough.

As Shaun progressed through therapy and his own healing, he decided that he wanted to use his experiences to help others, especially men, in similar situations.  As he has been able to overcome so much and continues to follow that as an ongoing journey, he felt part of his place in this world was to share these experiences, help others feel less alone, and perhaps give them a place to begin their own healing journeys. Intentionally Emotive, the name itself, was specifically chosen as Shaun has always had the best outcomes in his life when he truly connected with what he wanted to achieve.  In a world where we are all trying to live more mindfully, where we are learning more about faith and how to attract things in life, “Intentionally Emotive” just felt perfect.

Shaun’s aim is to help create a way for others to understand that their own personal traumas, all of the things that they have been through in life, are not their fault.   Many people with abuse in their lives may incorrectly place blame on themselves.  Shaun feels that the only way to unlock that is to push that ‘reset’ button and fall into the person who you are, and get rid of the character that you used to be.  It’s not an overnight solution, but it’s absolutely achievable, and he tries to help his listeners jumpstart that pathway in their own lives.

Shaun has been homeless when he was at a very difficult time in his life.  No job, hardly any money, living off of two hot dogs for $1.49 split up throughout four days.  It took several years, but his faith was reignited and he would hand his impossible circumstances to Him and He always would always take care of him at the perfect time.  He understands that he is not here by accident, but because he has a purpose to help others who are where he has already been.

 

About Mental Health News Radio Network

Mental Health News Radio Network hosts over 70 podcasts dedicated to all aspects of mental health. It is the world’s first and largest podcast network dedicated to all things mental health.

About Shaun Karim

Shaun Karim was born and raised in Los Angeles, California.  Throughout his life, he encountered different forms of abuse and carried that trauma for decades.  It became part of his identity in his relationships with other people and himself.  Shaun suffered through depression and anxiety for decades, was in relationships with narcissists, was a victim of domestic violence, and was afraid of what may come in his future.

It was at his lowest moments when he had a choice–to continue with his family’s script and give up or to take a leap of faith and write his own future. In his long and arduous journey, along with professional help, he learned the origins of his trauma and, more importantly, what he could do to overcome all of it. Shaun is a mental health advocate who understands the pitfalls that toxic thinking and toxic people that are imposed on others, and he understands the “mental reset” that needs to take place.

Contacts

To book MHNR Network podcasters or CEO for your media outlet: info@mhnrnetwork.com

For all PR inquiries contact Ryan McCormick via our PR team: ryan@goldmanmccormick.com

New to MHNR Network – Women Strong, a Podcast Dedicated to the Wellness of Women

Welcoming Women Strong – The Podcast Here to Help Provide Health Education for Women Who Support One Another Along Their Wellness Journey.

 

“WE ARE WOMEN STRONG, AND STRONG WOMEN!! We are integrative doctors who work with many women, supporting them in the clinic, and we started the Women Strong membership program to connect these women (who were essentially going through similar life and health challenges) with a supportive community of like-minded ladies to learn and grow together. We seek out the experts we want to learn from to improve our own lives and try to cover the very pertinent and common health challenges that most women experience.” – Dr. Brooke & Dr. Nicole

 

Dr. Brooke Schneider and Dr. Nicole Lewis are teaming up to bring their new podcast, Women Strong, to Mental Health News Radio Network to accompany their wellness program, Women Strong.

The Women Strong curriculum covers the foundations of health (mindset, nutrition, physical health, self-care, movement, stress management, and mental health) through written lessons and live interviews with female experts. Women Strong is all about empowerment, connection, and education! The Women Strong podcast evolved as a way to give their broader community a “sneak peek” into their program and the many exciting and practical health tips that their amazing female experts share! Their exclusive expert interviews are the gold of the Women Strong membership program, and their podcast that contains excerpts from some of these interviews is a great resource for anyone who is committed to improving their health.

The podcast episodes on Women Strong cover a wide range of health and wellness topics, but some of the core themes or takeaways include decreasing mental health stigma, building community, and decreasing isolation, practical and easy-to-implement tips for getting started with new healthy habits today!

 

About Mental Health News Radio Network

Mental Health News Radio Network hosts over 80 podcasts dedicated to all aspects of mental health. It is the world’s first and largest podcast network dedicated to all things mental health.

 

About Women Strong 

Dr. Brooke and Dr. Nicole are the faces behind Women Strong.

Dr. Brooke Schneider is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist practicing integrative psychiatry in Fort Collins, Colorado. Outside of work she enjoys snowboarding, skiing, playing soccer, practicing yoga, relaxing and laughing with friends and family, and mothering her joyful, strong, and spunky daughter!

Dr. Nicole Lewis is a naturopathic doctor, a doula, and a prenatal and postnatal coach. She practices naturopathic medicine with an emphasis on women’s health, hormones, genetics, mental health, and pregnancy/birth. She sees patients in Portland, Oregon, and is always working on new and exciting projects. When she is not supporting women through the clinic and Women Strong program, she is living life to the fullest with her family in the Pacific Northwest.

 

Contacts

To book MHNR Network podcasters or CEO for your media outlet: info@mhnrnetwork.com

For all PR inquiries contact Ryan McCormick via our PR team: ryan@goldmanmccormick.com

Jodi Carlton on the Differences Between AS and NPD

Stephanie and Dan interview ND Couples’ Coach, Jodi Carlton. Part 1 of a 2 part series looks at the differences and cross-over features of AS and NPD. This can be very controversial, but it is important for clinicians and pastors, and spouses to know the differences between NeuroDiversity and Personality Disorders, such as Narcissism.

About Jodi Carlton:
I was licensed as a professional counselor for 20+ years before I transitioned to full-time coaching. In addition to my expertise in autism/Aspergers, I am trauma-informed and certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy as well as hypnosis. I also have extensive experience with anxiety-related challenges and acquired/ traumatic brain injury (ABI/TBI).

You can find out more about Jodi at spectrum relationships.com.

Zodiac Magic 012 – 2nd Week In October – A Psychic Definition of Hell

Host Doug Stephan and Astrologer/Actor Laura Banks https://www.stargalnetwork.com/ she can be contacted at: 352-552-1243, begins with Laura telling us that the Mercury Retrograde shouldn’t be feared, but is a time for reflection. On 10/10 Saturn goes direct and 3 more planets go direct this month, which could have an effect on COVID numbers. Next, Psychic Scout Mary O’Maley www.psychicscout.com she can be contacted at: 800-341-9609 explains that there is no such thing as “bad energy,” just “creative and destructive energy.” She explains how to surround yourself with a shield that will protect you from anything that isn’t love. Finally, Mary explains how the psychic world defines Hell.

152:Here‘s Your C-Don‘t Define Me By Lonnie Bedwell

 Join me as we talk to Lonnie Bedwell. This guy is one of my closest friends, and he is someone I really respect. The first time I met Mr. Lonnie Bedwell was through my mother, who has been asking him to speak to her classes for several years. Lonnie’s resume includes kayaking the Grand Canyon twice, appearing on the Steve Harvey Show, NBC’s Today Show, Bobby Bones, being covered by local media numerous times, and having several speaking engagements throughout the year. Lonnie hunts, keeps his home and yard, works, has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, teaches kayaking, and has touched the lives of millions of people who have interacted with him or watched from afar as he conquers the world. Lonnie is the father of three adult daughters and has several grandchildren. Did I mention that he is blind? Despite this, he has accomplished much. He lost his vision several years ago in a hunting accident, but he never gave up and never lost his sight. He also served in the Navy, so we certainly appreciate his service. I am sure that when people think of Lonnie Bedwell, they think of the following: motivator, hero, go-getter, hard worker, dancer, and someone who never gives up.

Stories: Happy Brain with Loretta Breuning

Do you or someone you know deal with a addiction and not sure why or how it started or wondered why runners run and what makes a runner high. Well this episode is a very interesting one. I talk wtih Loretta Breuning of the Inner Mammal Institute.

We talk what makes a addition an addiction, we talk about runners high and we talk abit about the brain and we also get to know her her.

So sit back, relax and grab your favorite beverage…

Stories Anxiety and ASD Edition

Are you someone who deals with anxiety or know someone. Well todays show is a interesting one. I talk with Alec Baynes from Anxiously Yours. He is a podcaster who deals with ASD and anxiety and we talk about he deals with that and his ASD at the same time. We learn a lot about him and maybe a little more.

This is going to be a very interested show.

So sit back, realx and grab your favorite beverage.

Lori Sokol — She is Me: How Women Will Save the World

Lori Sokol is the Executive Director and Editor-in-Chief of Women’s eNews,
an award-winning non profit news organization that reports on the most crucial issues impacting women and girls around the world. She is also the author of the award-winning book, She Is Me: How Women Will Save The World. FInd out more at https://womensenews.org/

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