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Fragmented to Whole Podcast 5: Affirming Ourselves
As a follow up to the last episode, this episode provides additional ways to get past negative thought patterns. Show NotesIn this episode I continue to explore ways to get out of negative thinking by introducing ways to affirm ourselves. I talk about the role of affirmations in getting out of negative thought patterns. By…
Fragmented to Whole Podcast 4: Overcoming Negative Thought Loops
This episode will address the negative thought patterns in our heads and how to get out of them. Show NotesIn this episode you’ll hear about negative thought loops, or ruminating. This will be contrasted with processing, which is a healthy way to deal with the thoughts roaming around in your head. Rather than staying stuck…
Fragmented to Whole Podcast 3: Victim Mentality
In this episode you will hear how I came to understand that I had a victim mentality and what that has meant for my recovery and personal development. Show NotesIn this episode, you will hear how I came to understand I had a victim mentality, which I was completely blind to previously. I will make…
Fragmented to Whole Podcast 2: Acceptance
In this episode you will hear how I learned how to accept things that I previously thought were UNacceptable. Show NotesThis episode describes the process I went through to come to acceptance, which has had a big hand in leading to my peace and serenity. There is also some reflection on emotional acceptance and self…
Fragmented to Whole Podcast 1: My Story in Brief
In this episode you will hear some of the many ways in which I have healed and grown as a result of my recovery in 12 step rooms. Show NotesThis episode describes the many ways I’ve tried my whole life to have a better life, how I got into 12 step recovery, and some of…
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