Archive for the 'Emotional Health' Category

Dec 15, Arlene Gale: Face Forward, Move Forward

December 17th, 2016

Dec 15, Arlene Gale: Face Forward, Move Forward Move Past the Pain of Experience by Becoming Non-resistant! Recently someone commented to me that I must have had a very difficult time this year, emotionally speaking, because of the upheaval and change I experienced. When I replied that it really hasn’t been bad, he said: “Oh, come […]

February 12, Dr. Peter Breggin: Guilt, Shame and Anxiety

February 5th, 2015

Most people are negatively impacted by Guilt, Shame or Anxiety, which Dr. Peter Breggin calls “negative legacy emotions,” emotions that developed in humans to help us balance our inherent violence and our ability to empathize. We’ve got guilt, shame and anxiety in our genes, he says! Find out how to identify these negative legacy emotions […]

Jan 1st, Mary O’Malley: Healing Your Heart

January 2nd, 2015

Mary O’Malley has won over my heart in 2014. I’ve read her materials and talked with her about ideas from her book What’s In the Way IS the Way, and pre-recorded a program for you later this month on The Gift of Our Compulsions. When Mary told me “we’ll have to talk some time about […]

August 7, Anat Baniel: The Anat Baniel Movement Method

August 7th, 2014

So often what we do when something goes awry with our body is to take a pill, masking the symptoms but not changing what caused the problem. Instead, it is possible to take advantage of neuroplasticity, that ability our brain has to change. Anat Baniel has developed a way to interest our brains in making […]

Mike Robbins: Nothing Changes Until You Do

July 10th, 2014

Mike Robbins is the author of three books, Focus on the Good Stuff and Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken, which have been translated into fourteen different languages, and his brand new book, Nothing Changes Until You Do. As an expert in teamwork, emotional intelligence, and the powers of appreciation and authenticity, Mike delivers keynote addresses and interactive seminars that […]

January 9: Judith & Jim Sniechowski, “What Really Killed Whitney Houston”

January 9th, 2014

Whitney Houston was the most-awarded female act of all time. She had beauty, a golden voice, and musical genius. Ph.D. Psychologists Judith Sherven and Jim Sniechowski have taken a deeper look at what actually killed Whitney, and have emerged with messages for all of us about dealing with our internal fears, issues and demons. Art […]

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