Archive for the 'Emotions' Category

Dec 8, Lisa Loving Dalton, Falling For The Stars: A Stunt Gal’s Tattle Tales – Emotional Pro

December 11th, 2016

What does it really take to walk in someone else’s shoes – especially if that person is a famous actor or actress, and you’re doing stunts to make them look good on the big screen? It takes fearlessness, guts, careful planning, and knowledge about how to heal. Lisa Loving Dalton shares these with us as […]

Nov 17, Ransom Stephens: Left Brain Speaks, the Right Brain Laughs – Emotional Pro

November 17th, 2016

You Mean I’m Not “Right Brain” or “Left Brain”? Opening Remarks: Oh, no! Another perfectly good belief that has allowed us to understand and work with ourselves for many years needs to be tossed! Instead, we apparently maintain our brains like a well-working two-party legislative system: We collaborate “across the aisle” between the two hemispheres! Find out how […]

Nov 10, Ilene Dillon, MSW: Disappointment & Failed Expectations! – Emotional Pro

November 10th, 2016

What Do You “Take” for Dashed Expectations? Getting off the roller coaster of “ups” and “downs” with our emotions is a challenging task for us humans. Add to that the idea that we largely do this to ourselves, and it can be even more challenging and frustrating! It just might come down to a matter of how we learned […]

Oct 27, Victoria Bentley: Surprising Causes of Anxiety and Panic – Emotional Pro

October 21st, 2016

Want to End Toxic Anxiety Forever? As my husband, Bob, wound his way through his struggle with cancer, worry and anxiety were his biggest enemies. With a wife who is a psychotherapist, close friends and care givers who were warm-hearted, experienced and spiritually-oriented, we all tried to help him move past worry and anxiety. We wanted him […]

October 20, Chase Baliey, Chase ‘N Yur Face: Cooking on YouTube – Emotional Pro

October 21st, 2016

Good Nutrition—and Creativity—Can Help with Autism! Don’t you just love the double meaning of this young man’s YouTube show and cookbook? Every one of us has challenges in life. But, as my friend, motivational speaker W. Mitchell, has said, “It’s not what happens to you that matters; it’s what you do about it.” The delight of […]

Oct 13: Eric Walrabenstein: Waging Inner Peace: Vets & PTSD – Emotional Pro

October 15th, 2016

Emotions of Trauma Can Be Healed. When I saw the promise: “How 5000 Veterans Used the Ancient Secrets of Yoga and Mindfulness to Reclaim Their Lives from Stress, and How You Can, Too” I acted to bring the developer and director of Operation Boot Strap to Full Power Living. If PTSD from war can be eased […]

Oct 6, Ora Nadrich: Says Who? (Just One Simple Question) – Emotional Pro

October 9th, 2016

Oct 6, Ora Nadrich: Says Who? (Just One Simple Question) Use One Question to Get Yourself to a New Place. As a psychotherapist with over 44 years of experience, I have noted that one of the most difficult things for human beings to do is to move themselves from where they are, over to where they […]

Sept 29, Luke Adler: Heal Yourself, Heal the World – Emotional Pro

September 30th, 2016

What Makes Healing an “Inside Job”? Actually, in my learning, ALL of life is an “inside job”. In one way, that makes things difficult. But in others, it streamlines everything. That’s because it means that the ONLY person we need to work with and change is our own self! Once we create change in ourselves, change […]

Sept 22, Devorah Heitner, Screenwise: Raising Digital Natives – Emotional Pro

September 22nd, 2016

I’m Waiting for My Child to Help Me with Facebook! The stuff of cartoons, stand-up-comics, and real-life parents! Our children entered a world we can learn about, in retrospect, but which does not really come “naturally” to us. How do we keep from feeling intimidated. How do we keep up—or ahead? How do we survive those […]

Sept 15, Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver's Journey – Emotional Pro

September 16th, 2016

The Association of Health Care Journalists reported this information:  A report from Alzheimer’s Association, entitled “2014 Alzheimer’s disease facts and figures.” paints a stark picture about what lies ahead for many older adults. More than 5 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer’s and related dementia; 200,000 are suffering from early onset (under age 65). […]

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