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We are a simulcasted pop-culture and nostalgia podcast where each episode we discuss a specific property from your childhood. Ranging from movies, cartoons, video games, and toys, we'll cover it all. Along the way we'll have some special guests from within the community joining in on the discussion, and providing some insight on what property helped shape their future.
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A celebration of growing up in Britain in the 1970's and the huge part TV played in our lives. You can comment on episodes, suggest subjects for future podcasts and, of course, share your memories with us on our blog www.my70sTVchildhood.com
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I’m Anna Runkle, also known as the Crappy Childhood Fairy, and I teach people to recognize and heal the symptoms of Childhood PTSD. Welcome to my podcast!I’m not a doctor or therapist; I know about childhood trauma because I lived it, and I discovered a radical approach to healing that focuses first on calming neurological dysregulation, which is common in people who grew up with abuse and neglect. In my podcasts, I teach about dysregulation – how to know if you have it, what it can do to yo ...
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Shine Bright EYM proudly presents Shine On, a podcast series for prospective and current Early Childhood Education Professionals. A podcast to engage, celebrate, and advocate for the Early Years sector through collaborative discussions with professionals in the industry. Drawing inspiration from our guiding philosophy document The Shine Bright Way, we’ll be bringing you a series of conversations, inspirations, and big ideas from all aspects of the Early Childhood Sector. From keeping the joy ...
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Hey there, passionate educators! Dive into the dynamic world of early childhood education with The Inspiring ECE Podcast, hosted by seasoned educator and passionate advocate, Marcia Nicole. This podcast delivers: - Practical tips for new and seasoned early childhood educators seeking to create engaging learning environments -Strategies for maintaining your well-being as a teacher and educator -And inspiration to pursue professional growth so you can be the best version of yourself for the ch ...
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Are you a parent of a child with ADHD (or suspected ADHD)? Are you overwhelmed by the treatment options to support your child? Are you exhausted from giving your child with ADHD *countless* reminders for the same tasks… yelling to get them to (sometimes) listen… and walking on eggshells to avoid the seemingly endless meltdowns? Are you getting constant calls from the school about your child’s behavior? Is your child struggling in school without a plan in place to help them? If you want to tr ...
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Find Peace and Freedom after Narcissistic Abuse Are you feeling lost after breaking free from a toxic relationship? Are you afraid you will get sucked back in, whether it is with the same narcissist or a new one? Are you ready to finally live in peace? In this podcast, you will find healing methods and coping solutions to set you free from narcissistic abuse and its effects. My mission is to equip you to become strong and free through confidence building, proven healing methods and finding p ...
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Adulting Healed and Empowered | Adulting, Childhood Trauma, Healing, Forgiveness, Parenting

Susie Runkle - Kingdom Life and Forgiveness Coach for Christian Adults

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Do you feel stuck when it comes to life, love, or work, and confused about what you want for your future? Is there pain or shame from your childhood that’s keeping you stuck in the past? Do you wish you could fully let go of the past and step confidently into your ideal, adult life? In this podcast, you’ll find faith-based solutions to free you of past hurts and traumas that could be causing confusion and blocking your success. My mission is to empower you to become, do, and have ALL that Go ...
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We're fearlessly dismantling the stigma of trauma to empower women on their journey to reclaim their lives. We dive deep into the science of healing from childhood trauma using the transformative approach of the Holistic Trauma Reset™ (Reconnect with your Body, Release the Biological Impact of Trauma, and Reprogram Thoughts & Beliefs). Join us as we chat about real-life issues, offering practical tips for navigating the complexities of breaking generational trauma, parental estrangement, and ...
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Welcome to the Think Unbroken Podcast, where healing begins and transformation takes flight. Join host Michael Unbroken on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment as we delve into the realms of overcoming childhood trauma, narcissistic abuse, PTSD, CPTSD, high ACE scores, anxiety, depression, and various mental health challenges. Unlock the secrets to healing with insights from therapists, trauma coaches, mindset leaders, neuroscientists, entrepreneurs, and researchers. Gain access to pr ...
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Welcome to “Un-seen Legacies Of Childhood”, a new podcast making serious noise about the importance of self-esteem, and our environment, particularly in the younger years. Hosted by Sonia Seekunto, the 6-part series chews the fat on everything that contributes to self-esteem and our choices later in life, exploring the pain of feeling unseen, ignored and what that does to your sense of self. How our self-esteem moulds our choices, how it shapes our lives and why it’s so damn important! Each ...
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Listen up, and listen in, this is about our children! Learn something today on the TeacherTalk segment of Ask Ivy. A special guest and I explore the importance on early childhood education and share some tips as to how you can better prepare your child to be successful in school.
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This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
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SOCIETY’S CHILD | Trauma-Informed Education, Trauma-Sensitive Schools, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Trish Zenczak, Trauma-Responsive Education Specialist; Speaker, Christian Educator Coach & Author

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👉Are you feeling stretched to the limit on time so the demand for connecting, understanding and responding to your troubled students gets pushed to the back burner? 👉Do you feel you have little understanding and resources of how to apply the trauma-informed strategies you’ve learned and you keep asking yourself, “now what?” 👉Do you find yourself alone in a sea of “traditional approaches to student behavior” and yearn for simple ways of applying the new trauma-responsive strategies in your cl ...
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Stop Ruining My Childhood!

Stop Ruining My Childhood Podcast

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A sometimes nostalgic, sometimes cynical look back at pop culture. Join us as we revisit movies, cartoons, and live-action TV of the 80s and 90s, and ask the question, ”Does this hold up? Or did I just ruin my childhood?”
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This podcast is here for you; to help you become better informed about child development, preschool, parenting, teaching, and anything else that will improve the day to day lives of children. So if you are a parent, a teacher, or anyone else who cares for children, you are in the right place!
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This podcast arms mothers with mindset techniques to help them navigate their child's cancer journey. With an emphasis on curiosity and compassion, Dr. Samara Potter coaches mothers out of overwhelm and into quiet confidence. Dr. Potter is a practicing pediatric oncologist and certified life coach.
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A Childhood Rerun

A Childhood Rerun

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In each episode, I recount a period of my life, mostly memories with a bit of reflection sprinkled in. I’m just trying to document what life was like during these years, so I’ll have things to laugh at when I’m old. Cover art photo provided by Fabrizio Conti on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@staticlaw
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Alex and Sophie are in conversation with Susan Glencross, an educational and developmental psychologist at Strathmore Kids, which is a private practice that she runs with her partner Lauren. Susan grew up in the rural area of Darwin and completed her undergraduate studies there, but ended up in Melbourne pursuing her postgraduate training at the Un…
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This is a true love story, where God took my chaotic and unstable family life, and turned it into the stable, love-filled, joyful family life I have now. My husband and I had to fight to get here, because we both had childhood trauma working against us, but MAN was it worth it, and we want to share about it here, so this will be a 3 part series, wh…
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Abuse and neglect in childhood can set in motion lifelong trauma symptoms. The people who hurt you are 100% responsible for this harm, and it's good if you can acknowledge that it's not your fault. It's also true that in adulthood, many of us continue to retraumatize ourselves with what I call "self-defeating behaviors." These are the habits and te…
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In this episode of "Monday Mindset Matters" as we explore and discover how Proverbs 4:23 can guide you to foster a trauma-responsive classroom. We'll delve into practical strategies for recognizing and addressing your own emotional and spiritual health, ensuring you can better support your students. With biblical insights and summer healing tips, t…
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Episode: # 26Featuring: Rhys WoottonDescription: This week we talk about a show in the distant future (it was at the time) which apparently is next year where robots are everywhere and capable of so many things, so we got that to look forward to next year. Enter evil company responsible for it and wanting world domination, until Ziv Zulande, the B.…
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On this powerful episode of the Think Unbroken podcast, host Michael Unbroken delivers a passionate message about closing the gap between where you are now and where you want to be in your trauma healing journey. He provides three crucial steps. Michael shares candid stories from his own path of radical honesty, goal-setting, and mind-body study th…
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Whether you are connected or disconnected from your narcissist, they can still have major effects on you! Here are 5 quick yet effective tips to heal and calm your mind and body. My 4 MINUTE meditation: https://christyjade.ck.page/insider Join my free facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/christyjade WORK WITH ME: https://www.christy…
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Welcome back to My 70’s TV Childhood, where we reminisce about growing up in 1970s Britain and how television shaped our lives. It was an era marked by distinctive fashion choices—think brown, beige, and orange—and peculiar pastimes, from coveting neighbors’ avocado bathroom suites to savoring Liebfraumilch. Amidst the backdrop of political satire …
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Join Marcia Nicole as she continues our Wellness Month series with an episode focused on "Physical Health and Nutrition for Educators." Discover practical tips on staying hydrated, eating a balanced diet, and incorporating regular exercise into your busy schedule. Get inspired to take care of your body and join our 14-day nutrition and exercise cha…
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SHINING WITH ADHD EPISODE #160: What Every ADHD Parent Needs To Hear The Childhood Collective 6/12/2024 SUMMARY As we reflect on the first season of our podcast, we feel so honored that we have a place on your playlist. Between the topics and the hosts, we hope that you feel empowered and encouraged on your parenting journey. Don't worry; we'll be …
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This episode is the fourth installment of a new tradition–episodes in May that invite some of Heather’s favorite women in early childhood to talk about the women who guide our work. In this conversation, Heather talks about Lilian Katz, Miriam Beloglovsky celebrates Bev Bos, Rixa Evershed discusses Alison Gopnik’s work, and Nadia Jaboneta salutes M…
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Many people misunderstand what codependency actually is -- a compulsion to donate all your focus to another person's life, and then to try to control them and extract your happiness from the hope that THEY will change. In this compilation, I share four of my most popular videos about codependency and the ways people with trauma are particularly vul…
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Here’s something I WISH I had known when I was younger, so YOU can avoid some of the mistakes I made that cost me years of happiness. Casual sex sounds like it’s ordinary and fun and not a problem, and evidently that’s true for a lot of people. But if you have attachment wounds (and this is especially for young women) the emotional bonding that sex…
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Healthy people run screaming from avoidant partners. But there’s something about neglect in childhood that primes you to fall harder for someone when they constantly pull you in and then push you away. At first see it, and it gives you pause. But if you stay with them, and you keep hoping that THIS time will be different, your thinking and percepti…
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In this episode of Society's Child, we dive deeper into the necessity of self-care and complete restoration for Christian educators. Learn how to rejuvenate your soul and prepare for a trauma-informed teaching environment through practical steps, biblical encouragement, and introspection. we explore the importance of professional and community supp…
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In this powerful episode, Michael Unbroken interviews Thomas Hübl, an expert on collective trauma healing. They explore the profound impacts of trauma, how it gets encoded in our bodies and psyches, and practical approaches to resolving it. Thomas shares insights on creating safe spaces for healing, the role of forgiveness, and why trauma healing i…
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Mother’s Day can bring up mixed emotions for those of us who have complicated relationships with our mothers. Healing my relationship with my mother has been a huge part of my healing journey, as I simultaneously learn to mother my kids differently than was modeled for me, so we’ll talk about that journey and the lessons learned along the way, in h…
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It's hard to explain, but just when you're accomplishing positive things in your life, obstacles and discouragement appear your path in the form of criticisms, attempts to stop your work, and self-sabotage from within. Author Gay Hendricks calls this "the upper limit problem." I call it "the nefarious force": Those of us with CPTSD seem especially …
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In this episode of Society's Child, we explore the vital importance of self-care and restoration for Christian educators. Discover how embracing personal healing and rejuvenation can help you create a trauma-informed classroom environment. Reflect on Psalm 139:23-24 and learn practical steps for introspection, professional support, and physical wel…
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We now know there's an underlying trauma symptom that drives almost all the others: Neurological dysregulation. And until you learn to notice it and get re-regulated, it can hold you back and complicate every part of your life. In this four-video compilation I share four of my most popular videos on dysregulation. Order My New Book, RE-REGULATED: h…
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Anyone with CPTSD can admit (if we're honest) that our symptoms can be VERY hard on those who love us. We lash out and become emotionally dysregulated, and we sometimes mistakenly believe that others are CAUSING us to to feel the massive waves of anger and and grief that come welling up from the wounds of the past. Healing work helps us gain clarit…
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In this episode, Michael Unbroken delves into the three cornerstone lessons he learned while healing from childhood trauma. Through raw honesty and insightful storytelling, he shares how trusting yourself, removing toxic people, and letting go of the past can pave the way for profound personal growth. Discover practical tips on how to break free fr…
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Your mind plays tricks on you when you fall in love with a long-distance loner who says flat out they don’t want a relationship. This absent character, present only as an electronic voice or a digital image but never as a real person at your side who loves you -- ican be the perfect blank canvas for lament fantasies. “If only we could be together…”…
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In this episode of Monday Mindset Matters, we look at some essential steps for creating a peer support network for Christian educators. Building on the foundation of 1 Thessalonians 5:11, we explore how these networks can significantly reduce burnout, enhance job satisfaction, and provide vital emotional and professional support. Learn how to plan,…
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Sophie and Crystal are in conversation with Georgina Goddard. Georgie is a teacher, Nominated Supervisor and Educational Leader at Marong Kindergarten. Before becoming an early childhood teacher, Georgie worked within the disability field for 14 years. From a young age she was lucky enough to experience advocating for, working alongside, and commun…
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This episode is for ANYONE, narcissistic abuse or not, has been hurt or insecure in friendships and is struggling to find true friendship later in life. Want the BEST and quickest pick me up?! Join my free facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/christyjade WORK WITH ME: All my current offers! 1:1 coaching/energy work: weekly calls: Sh…
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In this inspiring episode, Michael Unbroken sits down with Robert Haines, a former fighter pilot and Top Gun instructor. Robert shares his powerful story of resilience, overcoming turbulent childhood challenges to achieve his lifelong dream of becoming a pilot. He reveals the mindset shifts and practical strategies that enabled him to overcome reje…
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Hello there and welcome back to the twentieth edition of our 1970s TV quiz. If you’ve listened to all our quizzes so far, well done on your stamina! If this is your first time tuning in, you are most welcome. Our quiz format is straightforward. We have four rounds of five questions each, testing your knowledge of 1970s UK TV and topics we’ve featur…
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There’s a big mistake that people who were traumatized as kids make when they’re trying to heal, and unfortunately it can stop your progress. When you're working on healing, there’s a temptation to “identify” as a traumatized person, and focus heavily on what happened to you, how it's harmed you, and what the diagnoses might be of the people who hu…
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In this episode of Monday Mindset Matters, we explore the importance of creating safe spaces for Christian educators through the power of peer support. Grounded in the biblical principles of 1 Thessalonians 5:11, we discuss how fostering supportive networks can enhance trauma-informed strategies in schools. You'll be encouraged to consider starting…
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In this episode, we’ll talk about ‘adulting’ and why it’s not your fault if you’re not sure how to do it. The truth is most of us weren’t prepared to ‘adult’ successfully, so we’ll talk about why that is and what we can do about it now, cuz we’re here and we gotsta grow… Join the FB community Adulting Healed and Empowered Send me a DM at Instagram.…
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For my very first podcast episode, I wanted to share my story, so you could get a glimpse of my childhood trauma aka my crazy and why I needed to be healed. I hope this episode provides some context and comfort for your trauma and healing journey, to know you’re not alone, and that your best is ahead in your healed adult life with God. Join the FB …
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Trauma during childhood can damage your powers of discernment, leaving you vulnerable to choosing immature, unavailable, and even abusive partners who drag your life down. How can you override the limitations of CPTSD, to choose a good partner, and work out the inevitable bumps in the road? In this four-video compilation I shsare some of my most po…
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Sometimes close friendships fall apart, and even though you try to work on them and accommodate the other person’s quirks, their behavior drives you nuts. You try talking about it, but it only leads to conflicts. You try ignoring the problem but it only gets worse. So then what do you do? In this video I respond to a letter from a woman who can't t…
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On this powerful podcast episode, Michael Unbroken shares his inspiring journey overcoming childhood trauma, abuse, and neglect. He provides actionable strategies for changing self-limiting beliefs and behavioral patterns imprinted from difficult upbringings. Learn how to silence your inner critic, build self-worth, and courageously create the life…
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Episode: # 25Featuring: Bob Tkacik (Ta[short vowel sound]-chick)Description: I would say we are angry with TCRI, or TGRI depending on where you fell in love with them, but either way, some green ooze coming in contact with 4 turtles and a rat seems to have exploded more than one would have ever thought. This week we chat with Bob Tkacik who has emb…
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Join Marcia Nicole as she kicks off our Wellness Month series with an episode titled "Embracing Overall Wellness: A Journey for Educators." Dive into the comprehensive world of wellness and well-being as Marcia shares personal stories, discusses the eight dimensions of wellness, and offers practical tips to help educators prioritize their health. D…
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People with Childhood PTSD in the past often become uncertain of themselves, confusing behaviors that LOOK like love with the real thing, and then finding themselves entangled with manipulative people who want to take their energy. In this video I respond to a letter from a woman who has given her emotional energy to someone who isn't giving what t…
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In this episode, "Essential Self-Care Tips for Burned-Out Educators: Prioritizing Mental Health and Wellbeing," we take a look at practical strategies for educators to combat burnout and manage stress effectively as we renew and refresh over the summer. Discover how to create a personalized self-care plan that addresses physical, emotional, spiritu…
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In this powerful episode, psychotherapist and veteran Benoit Kim shares his incredible journey from a childhood filled with anger and a tiger mom, to experiencing suicidal ideation and attempts, serving in the military, and ultimately finding healing through vulnerability and emotional intimacy. He opens up about the adverse childhood experiences t…
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