What To Do When Speaking-up Leaves You Feeling Tongue-tied

Does speaking-up leave you feeling tongue-tied? Maybe you can’t tell your doctor how you really feel? It can sometimes be hard to advocate for your concerns. This week’s special guest, Dr. Rhoberta Shaler is the author of sixteen personal growth and relationship books. Her most recent ones are to help those struggling with relationships with ‘chronically difficult people.’

In this episode, she will be sharing insights from her popular ‘Hijackal®’ series of ebooks including: ‘Escaping the Hijackal Trap.’ Dr. Shaler will share insights, strategies, and pattern-breaking skills to create blame-free, game-free, non-manipulative conversations and more…

And listen to this compelling chat Friday, November 9th at 7 PM ET at http://www.UnderstandingAutoimmune.com/Speak/ and later in video and podcast.

Could Your ‘Spinning Mind’ Be Keeping You Stuck?

Anxiety, (you don’t know and you are worried that…) affects your healing, as does your emotional memory. Alan Eisenberg joins Sharon Sayler to shares ways to regain yourself regardless of your diagnosis and find ways to progress their lives forward with success strategies and goals. Listen to this intriguing interview Friday, October, 13th, 2017 at 7PM ET at www.understandingautoimmune.com/Alan

Memory, CPTSD and Healing from Autoimmune

“One-way thinking” is often where the problem starts, says our guest Alan Eisenberg; “I’m sick and I’ll always be sick” is a type of “one-way thinking.”

It’s an easy mind trap to fall into. You may have heard your doctor give you a “pronouncement” of “You have “X” and you will always have it – so get use to it!” like I did…. This trap as well as others is important to know, as your healing, no matter if you heal a little or a lot, often begins in what you believe about your self and your ability to heal.