Do you ever wish you could stop taking things personally? Are you tired being labeled your diagnosis? or have you been told you are too sensitive? The Autoimmune Hour welcomes Joel Young, the Creator & Custodian of The NPA Process, a beautifully simple way to stop taking things personally.
Life Interrupted Radio welcomes Mickey Trescott, NTP and Angie Alt, NTC, CHC, the founders of Autoimmune-Paleo.com and authors of the new book, ‘The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook: A DIY Guide to Living Well with Chronic Illness.’ Both Mickey and Angie have learned to thrive regardless of their autoimmune.
The Autoimmune Hour welcomes Annie Pool, author of the forthcoming book, “Passport to Life How I Overcame Incurable Cancer Thru the Power of Travel” shares with us how she turned an obstacle into an opportunity. Within less than 6 months, she changed her incurable cancer diagnosis into a passport to life and today is completely cancer-free. Listen to this intriguing interview this Friday night October 21st at 7PM ET at http://lifeinterruptedradio.com/AnniePool and then in podcast.
The Autoimmune Hour has the honor of interviewing Katharine Di Cerbo on the art of listening! In this week’s episode Katharine shares her step-by-step guide to create a deep listening conversation that can help you gain clarity and promote a place for connection.
Jodi Cohen, this week’s guest for The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio, will share with us what essential oils are and some ways we can use them to help us many of the common symptoms of autoimmune such as sleep disturbances, fatigue and general well-being.
Jodi knows what she’s talking about, she is the Founder of Vibrant Blue Oils, is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), award-winning journalist, yoga enthusiast, health nut and busy mom of two young children and a new puppy! And is on the autoimmune healing journey herself.
Learn more about Jodi at www.VibrantBlueOils.com, then join your host, Sharon Sayler, for The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio live on Friday May 27, 2016 at 7PM ET and later in podcast at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Oils
Are you ever called “Woo-Woo?” Too sensitive? For many of us talking about our intuitive energy and KNOWING how we feel (not just physically) is too often dismissed as insignificant in our healing process by professionals, but how can they know… if we don’t know how to tell them….
Linda Binns, this week’s guest for The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio, will share with us ways we can manage our energy, how to honor our special intuitive gifts, how to advocate for our selves, and how to respect and honor your healing process if you are a highly sensitive person. Learn more about Linda at www.LindaBinns.com, then join your host, Sharon Sayler, for The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio live on Friday May 20, 2016 at 7PM ET and then in podcast at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Energy
Willpower has been defined as the ability to resist short-term temptations in order to meet long-term goals. Isn’t it just self-control by another name? Nope… according to this week’s expert guest on The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio.
Willpower expert Colin Robertson helps us decode willpower and why it’s a powerful place to tap when you have a chronic illness. As a researcher of performance psychology, he will share with you the cutting-edge research on how to focus your mind, withstand temptation and reclaim your health and life.
Here we are 4-months into the year… how is that resolution list of yours going? Join Sharon Sayler, host of Life Interrupted Radio and Certified Coach Laurie Lawson as they answer the questions:
— How to say “YES!” to yourself?
— How do you get your goals done?
— How do you maintain focus?
— Is this your goal or someone else’s goal?
— Tips to saying “no” with ease and separating the story from the emotion…. Listen in at 7PM eastern time April 22nd at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/GettingDone
Let’s talk about the stories we tell our selves. Who am I? is the most important story you can tell yourself. What do our beliefs and stories of what illness and wellness mean do to our healing… When you have an autoimmune, or chronic condition, those stories may be even more complex after being told it’s all in your head, get over it or what’w wrong with you….
“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.