Self-blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Self-blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create about any situation determines what we keep to ourselves based off of shame and guilt. When you self-blackmail you withhold peace, joy and happiness. Learning to Learn more…

Exercise and mental health: Guest – Dr. Ouida Brown

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreExercise is the free treatment you can use to help with any mental health or daily struggle you may have. Your thoughts determine what you feel. Your emotions tell your body how to respond. Many times when you are struggling with something you can’t sit Learn more…

Thriving with mental illness: Guest – JJ McGuigan

Having a mental illness does not mean you cannot live a productive life. Often when we think of people with a mental illness we envision someone we would see in a movie. We all will experience some form of mental health struggle in our lives. Some mental health disorders present themselves in one’s personality, behavior, brain chemistry or simply through an adjustment in one’s life. When we take on the label of mental Learn more…

Exercise and mental health: Guest – Dr. Ouida Brown

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreExercise is the free treatment you can use to help with any mental health or daily struggle you may have. Your thoughts determine what you feel. Your emotions tell your body how to respond. Many times when you are struggling with something you can’t sit Learn more…

Be true to self: Guest – Dr. Rosie Kuhn

Making the hard decision to be true to self. Many well-meaning people have wonderful expectations for us. However, as we grow, those expectations do not match what we feel is healthy for us. Making a decision to be true to self versus what the world perceives to be “the right thing,” will cause extreme conflict with your support system. It is important that you spend time getting to know yourself, Learn more…

Emotional blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Emotional blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create about any situation determines what we keep to ourselves based off of shame and guilt. When you self-blackmail you withhold peace, joy and happiness. Learning Learn more…

Giving effective support to others: Guest – Nancy Virden

What is effective support? We all have good intentions of helping our friends and family, but how effective is your support? If you attempt to fix something for someone and they just want you to listen then you are causing more stress for your friend. Effective support allows you to ask them what they need and only provide what is healthy instead of being a problem solver. Mental health advocate Learn more…

Thriving with mental illness: Guest – JJ McGuigan

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreHaving a mental illness does not mean you cannot live a productive life. Often when we think of people with a mental illness we envision someone we would see in a movie. We all will experience some form of mental health struggle in our lives. Some Learn more…

Using emotions effectively: Guest – Dr. Ed Daube

Do you know how to use your emotions effectively? Did you know that whatever you think determines what you feel? Those emotions then tell your body how to react. When you create ways to internally monitor your thoughts, emotions, and how your body is feeling, it helps you use your emotions effectively. Psychologist, Dr. Ed Daube, “The Emotions Doctor” teaches you how to use your emotions, specifically anger, as a Learn more…

L #155 – Conflict, the importance of a debrief

The importance of a debrief after conflict. We all have been in arguments where we go our separate ways and never resolve certain issues. We let time sweep it under the rug and we act as if nothing has happened. It’s important to debrief after the conflict. This does not mean you rehash your side of the disagreement, but it does open a forum to discuss ways you can reconnect Learn more…

Be true to self: Guest – Dr. Rosie Kuhn

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreMaking the hard decision to be true to self. Many well-meaning people have wonderful expectations for us. However, as we grow, those expectations do not match what we feel is healthy for us. Making a decision to be true to self versus what the world Learn more…

Self-blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreSelf-blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create about Learn more…

Emotional blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreEmotional blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create Learn more…

Giving effective support to others: Guest – Nancy Virden

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreWhat is effective support? We all have good intentions of helping our friends and family, but how effective is your support? If you attempt to fix something for someone and they just want you to listen then you are causing more stress for your friend. Learn more…

Using emotions effectively: Guest – Dr. Ed Daube

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreDo you know how to use your emotions effectively? Did you know that whatever you think determines what you feel? Those emotions then tell your body how to react. When you create ways to internally monitor your thoughts, emotions, and how your body is feeling, Learn more…