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Trauma–Peter Levine’s Heartbreaking & Inspiring Story of Healing – Dr. Peter Levine – 503

 

Jayson talks with Dr. Peter Levine about the subject of trauma. Peter shares the harrowing story of what happened when his father testified against the mafia and explains why he decided to get vulnerable about his trauma in his latest book, An Autobiography of Trauma: A Healing Journey. Jayson and Peter discuss how the perception of trauma has changed recently, the danger of retraumatizing people, the process of healing trauma, and why you should be careful about who you choose to share your trauma with. Don’t miss this powerful episode.

Timestamps:

  • 4:05 – Why Peter decided to get vulnerable
  • 11:39 – Is it important to tell your story?
  • 18:15 – Testifying against the mafia
  • 26:22 – Healing from trauma by sharing
  • 34:29 – Relationships and trauma
  • 40:46 – Trauma and association
  • 50:07 – Retraumatizing people
  • 59:21 – Action step

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How to Handle Hurt Feelings – Jayson Gaddis – 502

 

What’s the #1 mistake people make after getting their feelings hurt? Jayson discusses how to handle hurt feelings, his experience with shutting down after experiencing hurt feelings, and how to work through hurt feelings. Tune in to find out how you can turn hurt feelings into an opportunity to grow into a more resilient, self-respecting, and confident person.

Timestamps:

  • 3:09 – The mistake people make when their feelings get hurt
  • 6:18 – Jayson’s experience with hurt feelings
  • 10:18 – Feel your feelings
  • 14:47 – Takeaway

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Helping Teen Girls Thrive – Johannah Reimer – 501

 

Ellen Boeder interviews Johannah Reimer to find out how women can help teen girls. They discuss the unique problems that teen girls face today, the evolutionary mismatch between the environments we evolved in and modern life, the importance of doing hard things and Johannah’s Girls Group Facilitator Training, “Pathways to Womanhood”which is about guiding and supporting girls on their journey to womanhood.

Johannah is a soulcentric educator, ceremonialist, teen mentor, and an artist of many trades. Trained as a Waldorf teacher, Johannah has been working with children of all ages for over 20 years and holds a particular passion for tweens/teens striving to meet their developmental needs for mentorship and initiation in a culture that has forgotten how to do so. An apprentice of visionaries: Sage Hamilton and Melissa Michaels of SOMA Source, Johannah has worked for many years as a Waldorf teacher under the guidance of her elder Sage, and as an embodied leader for international youth in movement based Rites of Passage with Golden Bridge & Golden Girls Global.

Timestamps:

  • 5:33 – Johannah’s path to becoming an educator
  • 13:19 – Why create girls’ groups
  • 26:56 – Evolutionary mismatch
  • 30:20 – The value of doing hard things
  • 34:22 – Becoming an entrepreneur
  • 37:55 – What will people take from the training?
  • 43:26 – Advice for teenage girls

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My Experience with Cancer – Men Listen Up – Jayson Gaddis – 500

 

Jayson opens up about his recent prostate cancer diagnosis. He talks about the causes of cancer, letting people’s care in and his recommendations for how men should monitor their health as they age. This episode is a PSA for men over 40, if you haven’t been screened for cancer, now is the time.

Timestamps:

  • 2:16 – Jayson’s experience
  • 6:34 – Causes of cancer
  • 9:01 – Letting people’s care in
  • 12:15 – Recommendations for men over 40

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Advice for Couples, Therapists and Coaches – Jayson Gaddis & Ellen Boeder – 497

 

Are you attending couples therapy but feeling like you’re not making progress? Jayson and Ellen delve into why couples often find themselves spinning their wheels and offer insights on how to propel your relationship forward if you’re feeling stuck. They also tackle the issue of spiritual bypassing, emphasizing that true letting go is a gradual process.

Timestamps:

  • 2:01 – Couples not making progress
  • 7:36 – Doing the work
  • 22:28 – Overly spiritual couples

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Polyamory vs Monogamy – Irka & Eugene – 496

 

Irka and Eugene join Jayson to talk non-monogamy. Is monogamy inherently restrictive? Do people in polyamorous relationships have boundaries? Is non-hierarchical polyamory possible? What role does sexual exploration play in a polyamorous relationship? Is non-monogamy for you? Whether you’re monogamous or not, you’ll find plenty of wisdom in this insightful conversation.

Timestamps:

  • 8:45 – Definitions and terms
  • 11:40 – Boundaries
  • 19:52 – Thirds
  • 34:09 – Is monogamy inherently restrictive?
  • 37:39 – Sexual exploration
  • 42:27 – Is non-monogamy for you?
  • 51:03 – Communication
  • 53:51 – Advice for high school kids
  • 57:45 – Links
  • 59:15 – Action step

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