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This podcast looks at mental health in pop culture, everyday life and of course my life since I do have a mental health diagnosis. In the Black and Lost Segments this podcast will highlight a black female who is missing or who died under suspicious circumstances.
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Podcast and YouTube show for stories, analysis and opinion on the mental health of men by health experts and high performers in sport, business, arts and politics. Presenter David Pearce hosts a series of honest conversations on the impact society and culture has on mental health, how this bunch of legends dealt with it, and how that worked out. If you liked "You can't ask that", or "Love on the spectrum" then check us out. If you're more "Big Brother" or "MAFS" then maybe swipe left... New ...
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Leaders in a New Era of Mental Health. Marjorie Morrison and Patrick Kennedy talk to mental health advocates and activists that are paving the way for a better tomorrow. Listen as we feature the experts you need to be following and hear the stories behind their movements. *This Psych Hub Podcast is for educational purposes only. Visit PsychHub.com to dig deeper and access the world's most comprehensive platform for behavioral health education. © 2021 Psych Hub, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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Discover the secrets to college transition, disability accommodations, and academic success for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and mental health conditions. Join Dan Jordan, a current therapist at a university and former accessibility coordinator for over a decade, as he provides weekly insider tips and insights to improve your student’s self-advocacy, academic achievement, and personal wellness. Get the essential information you need to navigate the college journey from start to ...
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Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Dr. Nicholas Westers, a clinical psychologist at Children's Health and Associate Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, collaborates with the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) to interview the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members ...
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Many of us write poetry in order to conquer our fears. Specifically, our fears relating to the uncomfortable feelings of anxiety, depression, PTSD and trauma. In every episode, I pick one topic related to mental health, and I read a few of my own poems related to that topic. Art in all of its forms has the power to subdue and sublimate these feelings into something that is beautiful, lasting, but also an honest appraisal of what happened to us, and what we hope will never happen to us again.
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Welcome to The Heart of a Singer Podcast. I’m Sarah Toth, Heart Coach, mom of 2, trained opera singer, and passionate lover of Jesus. This podcast is a home for Christian women who have trained and worked in singing, opera, and musical theater; but maybe you’ve found yourself in a place of unrest, bottled-up emotions, and even feeling far from God. But through the hurt of your circumstances, you might be feeling an invitation from the Lord - to learn to hear his voice more clearly and to ope ...
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Our stories inspire perspective, wisdom and faith. On the 1 Moment Wiser podcast, guests tell of times God worked vividly in their lives, and author Kristi Bridges helps you discover and share your own "God at Work" stories. Join us as we explore mental health from a Christian perspective and hear inspirational stories that uplift and encourage you to share your "God at Work" story, too! To enjoy daily devotional videos, visit https://1MomentWiser.com or find Kristi on Facebook, YouTube or T ...
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This Little Light of Mine is an LGBTQ+ tale of terror (growing up as a closeted Gay Christian in the Evangelical church) that led to trauma (cPTSD, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, addiction) to what I intend to become triumph. Join me on my healing and recovery journey towards mental health, spiritual health and emotional health as I find my voice by sharing what happened in my life as a Queer Christian where I was taught that I was not allowed to love.
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Dr. Bruce Bassi, an addiction physician and biomedical engineer, interviews pioneers and thought leaders in the world of digital mental health. We explore innovative ideas, motivations for key features, technical challenges and future directions in psychiatry technology. We look behind the curtain and see how these creations were made and how they expect them to evolve in the future. Join our podcast discussion here: www.facebook.com/groups/futurepsychiatrypodcast/
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Hi! I’m Melissa Clark, a professional counselor. In this podcast, we’ll be talking about different topics related to mental health from a Christian perspective. You’ll be hearing from experts in the field, my personal friends, and sometimes - just me sharing my stories and perspectives on these topics.
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In World Gone Mad, activist, social worker and Marxist Jessica Cassell explores the many and complex ways that the conditions of life under capitalism influences and impedes our mental health. Ultimately, a sick and unjust society makes us unwell, pointing to the need for radical social change to address the mental health crisis we are facing globally. Cover artist: @Pixiewithpens
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The Bright Side of Life (Mental Health, Self Care)

Melissa Bright (Mental Health and Self-Care advocate)

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Welcome to The Bright Side of Life, a captivating podcast that shares inspiring stories of individuals who have triumphed over pain, struggles, and grief, rediscovering their path towards a brighter tomorrow. Join us as we dive deep into the lives of these remarkable individuals who have not only overcome their darkest moments but have also embraced their resilience and transformed their lives for the better. Through heartfelt conversations and powerful narratives, our guests open up about t ...
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Notes of Hope is a personal and professional podcast full of uplifting stories, practical tips, education on medication, different kinds of therapies, types of Mental Health Professionals and more. Linnea shares personal stories and professional insight about living with Depression, Anxiety and any kind of Mental Health Struggle. Linnea Baker is a licensed Therapist, has a degree in Theology and is a survivor of Major Depression, Social Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Trauma Induced ...
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The Art of Flourishing is a biweekly podcast discussing mental health and trauma recovery hosted by mental health expert + Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Cristina Ally. We'll have everything from interviews, expert tips, and some advice. You'll also learn more about different therapeutic techniques, concepts, and interventions, hopefully aiding in making good life even better. If you're recovering from trauma, this will help you discover new skills, normalize some of what you're going thr ...
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Dive into the unknown places of the soul and the psyche in an attempt to find the source of our truth, healing, and power. In each episode, host Sarah Kreuz (@soul.flower.sarah) takes you on a journey inwards through the art of storytelling, deep self-reflection, and spiritual exploration/application. Topics discussed include healing, trauma, mental health, shamanic journeywork, and the conscious/subconscious mind. All in an attempt to answer the ultimate question - what truly lies within us ...
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Listen in to conversations with women of the South China Sea in search of one common thread -- life purpose... Podcast host Jasmine Low speaks with women of this region, shares their stories and narrates articles from yesteryear and delves into her 10-year research into sound frequencies and how that got her to "Listen by Heart" in finding her own purpose. Were all of the women before her in search of the same goal? It's telling in the daily greeting by Nanyang migrants in their own dialects ...
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What does ‘normal’ mean, anyway? Who decides what is or isn’t ‘normal’ for each of us? Why do we all so desperately just want to be… normal?! If you don’t know me yet, I’m a Canadian country artist living in Nashville, TN. I’m a wife, a frequenter of my sunroom, a dog mom of two, and as of recently, a podcast host.In my experience as all of these things, I’ve decided that none of us are normal and that normal is something made up that puts limitations around our feelings and experiences. But ...
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16. Two Extremes of What it’s Like to Hear from God for Performing Artists Are you seeking to understand if you're really hearing from God? Are you confused about different ways he may be speaking to you? Join me as I unpack hearing from God in a bold, clear way, and also hearing from him in a quiet, intimate way. Examples from the Bible and also f…
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Here are some of my favorite episodes that you may not have heard. These contain some of the most overlooked, but essential information. Each of these episodes fills a gap in information and guidance that is hard to find. Yet, this episode highlights past episodes covering critical topics like documentation requirements, gap year considerations, co…
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15. Feeling Stuck? Two Ways to Let Go of the Past for Performing Artists Journey Mapping: Looking Backward Where are you coming from? Describe what brought you to this place in time Brainstorm major things or markers that led up to where you are right now. Narrow it down to 5 and give them a title Plot them on your timeline Activation: 1. Ask God t…
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Developing the right mindset for time management for college is a critical change some students don't make. It's unfortunate because being more skilled at time management can mean the world for your grades. It also means having more social time, more fun, less stress, and being responsible. If students don't develop the skills, then they have a har…
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14. Permission to Pivot - A Call for Singers to Recalibrate in these Four Areas A CALL TO PIVOT 1. Permission to adjust your HEART posture Allowing God to change the desires of your heart 2. Permission to Adjust How you Use Your Gifts Yielding your gifts - You Faith and Your Training Can Work Together 3. Permission to adjust your GOALS and DREAMS G…
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There’s a lot of information about college transition and success. Yet, most are not practical and don’t come from those involved in college. So, what are some of the simple and over looked college succes tips? I warn you that none of these college success tips are complicated. Yet, as I've stated before, 'simple doesn't mean easy.' Most are going …
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In this episode, Lotte Rubæk, MSc, who leads the Self-Injury Team in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Capital Region of Denmark, talks about why interaction on image-based social media platforms like Instagram can be particularly appealing to young people who self-harm. She discusses the dynamics that can arise between users in the more close…
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I’ve said it before. K-12 does a horrible job of teaching self-advocacy. I find it tragic and neglectful that it’s not taught. A ton of people advocate for it, emphasize it, and even set goals for it. But they all get it wrong. What’s the best way to teach it and what do you need to do for your student to learn to self-advocate? Here are eight epis…
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13. How to Create a Prayer Journal Elements to Include: Guide for Communion Monthly Prayer Lists with Answers to Prayer Lists: Declarations, Promises from the Lord Sarah's Favorite Pens: America: Click Here Australia: Click Here // Contact: hello@sarahtoth.comPor Sarah Toth - Kingdom Heart Coach, Christian Mentor, Trained Opera Singer
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Being prepared and preparing your student for college are shared goals. The better they are prepared, the less regret you have and possibly less stress. How do you get your senior with a hidden disability prepared to make the shift to college? For students with ADHD, learning disabilities, dyslexia, and mental health conditions, there is a lot more…
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12. Do The Thing! Your Voice Is Important! Your voice is important. And your voice is under attack. What would you do if you had no fear? The devil doesn’t want you to use your voice or for you to step out. Do the thing. The first time you won’t feel prepared. Jesus - the Light of the World is inside you! Bible References: John 8:12, Matthew 5:14, …
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Tonight’s theme is “Arrival” and how “arriving” really means noticing that we have been here all along. When the noise finally recedes to a manageable level, we can see that we are capable of vulnerability in front of another human being, and that we can be open to a healthy dose of intimacy.Por Daniel Viragh
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There's a lot with college transition. As a parent who's done this twice already, I can tell you that there are always things you wish you did or said differently. Yep, I've been on a college campus for a minute for sure, but that does not mean I did everything right. I made mistakes. Not happy about it, but I get to pass on my experiences and less…
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11. Feeling Burnt Out? I Dare You To Dream! Ideas to Capture Your Dreams / Hopes / Desires: 1. Master Brain Dump 2. Brainstorm in Categories 3. Notes your phone 4. Dream Folder 5. Sit and Encounter God: Ask Him Questions! Addressing Obstacles to Dreaming: * Fear of Disappointment and Cycles of Disappointment * Controlling Tendencies: i.e. Perfectio…
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Guide your teen from high school to college with these 10 episodes. I have 10 of the most important podcast episodes all to help you and your student. It's a list of the college transition essential informaiton. For students with hidden disabilities, it can be a game changer. I can guarantee this information was not in your IEP or 504 plan or trans…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! I'm Kristi Bridges, a Christian author passionate about sharing stories of God's transformative work in our lives. This podcast delves into biblical mental health, Christian living, faith-based mental health tips, and inspirational Christian stories. In this mental health series, special guests join me to explore mental h…
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10. Release What’s Inside of You by Bringing Your Singing Voice into Your Prayer Time Join me as I unpack 5 ideas for bringing singing into your prayer time. Have the courage to go "off script" in order to unpack what's going on inside of you. You can grow closer to God as you release your inner life and prayers in new, creative ways. // Contact: h…
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In this episode, Christina Robillard talks about how self-criticism can lead to increases in self-injury urges within the next two hours as well as the relationship between self-criticism and disordered eating. She explains how she and her team use ecological momentary assessment (EMA; see Season 1, Episode 11 with Dr. Glenn Kiekens) to assess self…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! I'm Kristi Bridges, a Christian author passionate about sharing stories of God's transformative work in our lives. This podcast delves into biblical mental health, Christian living, faith-based mental health tips, and inspirational Christian stories. In this mental health series, special guests join me to explore mental h…
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Dad's you have a special role to play in your student's college journey and self-advocacy. It's unlike any other role because your connection to your student is uniqe and special. What you bring to the plate is needed for your student's college success and a better college transition. Student's with disabilites like ADHD, learning disabilities, and…
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9. A Vision for the Performing Arts When Partnered With God What if we partnered with God to see his presence filling our performing spaces? What if we saw more artists led by Holy Spirit in these spaces? I have a vision to see revival and healing breakout in the performing arts! Let's pursue this together. // Contact: hello@sarahtoth.com…
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May is all about getting ready before graduation. Today is about the three things you and your student need to do before they graduate. For students with hidden disabilities like ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental helath conditions, there's a bit more to do before college starts. What are those three things and how do they help with college tr…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! I'm Kristi Bridges, a Christian author passionate about sharing stories of God's transformative work in our lives. This podcast delves into biblical mental health, Christian living, faith-based mental health tips, and inspirational Christian stories. In this mental health series, special guests join me to explore mental h…
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8. Beat Anxiety by Embracing and Naming Your “Pivot Season” as a Singer in the Performing Arts Some Signs you may be starting to Pivot: * Not drawn to the same things anymore * You might start to feel things are “expiring,” loosing favor, or changing * Unfulfilled with where you are at * Possibly a sense of shame and anxiety - You don't feel aligne…
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Getting prepared for college is a huge task. Theres's not just the parctical stuff like bedding, snacks, food, mini-fridge etc. There is also the adult topics to discuss. As a parent of a college student, these topics are critical to have. Why? No regrets. None at all. Even if something happens, which I pray it doesn't, at least you know, as a pare…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! I'm Kristi Bridges, a Christian author passionate about sharing stories of God's transformative work in our lives. This podcast delves into biblical mental health, Christian living, faith-based mental health tips, and inspirational Christian stories. In this mental health series, special guests join me to explore mental h…
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7. Are You a Singer Who’s Not Singing? 5 Quick Ways to Step Out of Your Silence and into Your Voice Again! I was in a place of not wanting to sing - anywhere. Not in the car, not in the shower, not at church. I share how I got to that point, and what brought me out of it. Here are 5 things you can do today to help you enjoying singing again: 1. Sin…
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This is the second in a series this month all about copllege transition tips for parents and getting prepared. College transition is hard especially for students with ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental health conditions. Getting disability accommodations is vital as well as maintaining time management and mental wellbeing. What if something go…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! I'm Kristi Bridges, a Christian author passionate about sharing stories of God's transformative work in our lives. This podcast delves into biblical mental health, Christian living, faith-based mental health tips, and inspirational Christian stories. In this mental health series, special guests join me to explore mental h…
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6. We Can Do What Jesus Did - 6 Ways This Changed My Life Everything that Jesus did on earth, he did to model what WE would do too, as his followers, as Children of God. We are called to life WITH God, not just FOR God. We are invited into a partnership to see God's realm here on earth. We are called to life like Jesus did: Union with God Be filled…
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accessingcollege.com/college-success-revealing-the-top-3-areas-you-need-to-know/May is College Prep month and I’m kicking it off with an episode to help guide you and your student. If you could only pick three things that would make every student with a hidden disability successful in college, what three things would you pick? If you’ve listened to…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! This podcast discusses stories of how God is working in and changing people’s lives. In this series, special guests will join me on the podcast to discuss mental health from a Christian perspective. Caring for a parent with Alzheimer's is a tough job. Ingrid Brown shares her experience and what you can do to make it easie…
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5. 10-Minute Heart Scan with God for Singers Goal: Wholehearted Living! Psalm 51:10 “Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.” Psalm 51:6 “You desire truth in the inward parts, And in the hidden parts You will make me to know wisdom.” What's Required? Honesty about where you’re at Curiosity Openness to hear from God **…
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Approximately 47% of transgender adults and 55.7% of transgender and non-binary youth report having engaged in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) at some point in their life. In this episode, Thomas details his experience of self-harm beginning at age 12, how his self-injury evolved over time, and how it related to his gender dysphoria. He also discuss…
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Everything in college relates to mental health. Here are a few examples. Anxious college students don't study as well and don't remember as much for tests. Stressed students are not as productive and sometimes will put off assignments making stress worse. Depressed students may miss classes which causes secondary anxiety and worry about the work th…
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! I'm Kristi Bridges, a Christian author passionate about sharing stories of God's transformative work in our lives. This podcast delves into biblical mental health, Christian living, faith-based mental health tips, and inspirational Christian stories. In this mental health series, special guests join me to explore mental h…
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In this special edition, we're reading the informational pieces from MHA National's 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit entitled "Where to Start". You can download the entire toolkit at: www.mhanational.org/may. As an affiliate of MHA, we are allowed to publish this content with appropriate citation. To access flyers with the Kentucky affiliate inform…
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In this special edition, we're reading the informational pieces from MHA National's 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit entitled "Where to Start". You can download the entire toolkit at: www.mhanational.org/may. As an affiliate of MHA, we are allowed to publish this content with appropriate citation. To access flyers with the Kentucky affiliate inform…
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In this special edition, we're reading the informational pieces from MHA National's 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit entitled "Where to Start". You can download the entire toolkit at: www.mhanational.org/may. As an affiliate of MHA, we are allowed to publish this content with appropriate citation. To access flyers with the Kentucky affiliate inform…
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In this special edition, we're reading the informational pieces from MHA National's 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit entitled "Where to Start". You can download the entire toolkit at: www.mhanational.org/may. As an affiliate of MHA, we are allowed to publish this content with appropriate citation. To access flyers with the Kentucky affiliate inform…
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In this special edition, we're reading the informational pieces from MHA National's 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit entitled "Where to Start". You can download the entire toolkit at: www.mhanational.org/may. As an affiliate of MHA, we are allowed to publish this content with appropriate citation. To access flyers with the Kentucky affiliate inform…
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In this special edition, we're reading the informational pieces from MHA National's 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit entitled "Where to Start". You can download the entire toolkit at: www.mhanational.org/may. As an affiliate of MHA, we are allowed to publish this content with appropriate citation. To access flyers with the Kentucky affiliate inform…
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In this episode, we're joined by the esteemed Dr. Chris Lee as we dive into the essential topics of self-regulation, predictability, and certainty, exploring their profound impact on navigating overwhelm and preventing burnout. Together, we unravel the science behind these skills and uncover actionable strategies to regulate emotions, manage stress…
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4. Singing is Your Superpower: Using Your Voice as a Tool to Do Hard Things You can use your singing voice as a processing tool - to help you move from one thing to another! Examples from my recent birth story. "HARD" is not the same thing as "BAD." Recorded: April 12, 2024 Released: April 19, 2024 Contact: hello@sarahtoth.com…
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Today on the podcast, Rebecca King is joining me to talk all things heathy eating and changing your relationship with food to be healthier for those with ADHD. She is diagnosed with ADHD too. Here's what you'll learn on this episode: What are some of the big issues around food and eating for those with ADHD? What is intuitive eating? How does this …
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Welcome to 1 Moment Wiser! This podcast discusses stories of how God is working in and changing people’s lives. In this series, special guests will join me on the podcast to discuss mental health from a Christian perspective. God can do what we cannot. Licensed Professional Counselor Kelli Ellis shares her story today. #marriage #christianpsycholog…
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