Helping Our Boys Navigate Emotions and Trauma with Expert Janet Allison

Wow, this fact blew me away; “Anger is, by age 9, the default emotion for most boys,” according to Parenting expert Janet Allison! Add that to on-going research that continues to find mind-body connections between childhood stress and trauma and inflammatory responses, including those associated with autoimmune conditions.

What if we could alleviate childhood stress and trauma before those damaging inflammatory responses? Tonight we welcome Janet Allison author, educator, speaker, and Family Coach. She has been advocating for boys for over 20 years!

Find out more about Janet and Boys Alive at www.BoysAlive.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/boysalive/, and on her popular new podcast, ‘ON BOYS: Real Talk About Parenting, Teaching, and Reaching Tomorrow’s Men,’ at www.on-boys-podcast.com. And get Janet’s complimentary gift of a 75-minute Learning Lab mp3 and ebook “The Boy Code and Anger” at www.boysalive.com/anger.

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Are Your Past Traumas and Coping Mechanisms Keeping You From Healing?

After recovering from chronic fatigue and adrenal burnout and other health challenges, guest Carolin Hauser-Carson, Humanistic Psychotherapist, and author of the book ‘Blossom: 7 Steps to Sexual Healing’ now shares how to ‘integrate’ trauma and our ‘magnificence’ to create a place of truly living and loving fully.

After reading ‘Blossom,’ your host for The Autoimmune Hour Sharon Sayler saw numerous parallels to healing from autoimmune too. In this episode, Sharon and Carolin chat about her ground-breaking book and her seven steps to sexual (and other) healing. We explore how the unconscious mind can keep us stuck in ill-health, plus more… Learn more about Blossom and Carolin at www.WomenInTheFlow.com and listen to the interview Friday, May 18th at 7 PM ET at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Carolin

Unconscious Contracts and Sacred Vows: How We Limit Our Life Energy

~ This show is not to be missed! ~

What Sarah shares instantly altered the way I look at multiple areas of healing.

Are you frustrated that change feels so hard? Do you wish that the messages you tell yourself could change their tune? For many of us, the voices in our head are repeating messages that are less than helpful or keep us stuck. And all too often those feelings of low self-worth, low self-esteem, and negative self-talk can manifest as symptoms in our physical body.

Sarah is funny, touching, raw and real tonight. This episode is filled with her personal transformational stories and up-to-date research on our nervous systems and how they interact with each other.  Trust me on this, this chat with Sarah will change lives and invite self-acceptance and self-compassion. Listen to this transformational interview Friday, April 27, at 7PM ET and later in podcast at www.understandingautoimmune.com/Sarah4

Your Self Talk and the Neurobiology of Healing

An uplifting and awe-inspiring interview with Sarah Peyton. Sarah Peyton is an international speaker and facilitator who has a passion for weaving together neuroscience knowledge and experiences of healing to unify people with their brains and bodies.

Healthy Ways to Honor Your Highly Sensitive Body

Twenty percent (that’s 1/5th) of the population is highly sensitive, meaning their nervous system is more sensitive to energy and its surroundings. They are easily over stimulated, or stressed out and even notice the finer points of their world such as subtle tastes and smells. They are often overwhelmed by other peoples’ energy and the environment – can you relate? Then join us as we explore the ways the special 20% thrive as we welcome Breakthrough Energy Expert Linda Binns.

Is Ruminating the Past or Fretting the Future Keeping You From Healing?

Healing with radical gratitude and present moment truths is part of letting go of the past (and worry) that can keep your body from healing. Part of a complete healing process requires we examine our current habits and beliefs and ask our self, in what ways, are we keeping our self from fully healing? In this captivating interview, Pamela Sylvan, the Mojo Maker, offers her tips and insights to ‘spiral up’ your health and life.