Tag: podcast

EP142: Katherine’s Change Story: Intrusive Thoughts and Postpartum Anxiety

Katherine went through a boatload of anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts after the birth of her daughter a few years ago.  For as hard as that time in her life was, it’s incredible to hear how it all looks to her now.  Katherine discovered her resilience through this hard, scary time. She’s come to see […]

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EP141: Hypervigilance and Setting Down What You’re Carrying

Consider what it might be like to not carry anything through time. To not carry your clung-to identities or problems around. To not be checking on, or  “working on” anything.  Notice how often you check on your issues. How am I doing? How’s my progress? How’s my problem?    I want to suggest that none of […]

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EP140: Shane’s Change Story: How 20 Years of PTSD Revealed his True Identity

Shane is a former law enforcement agent who began experiencing PTSD symptoms 20 years ago, after an event on the job. For years, he was in therapy that had him relive the traumatic event over and over again. It was horribly painful, but the memories did lose a lot of their power after he replayed […]

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EP139: My Relationship

It’s an episode within an episode! I’m sharing my conversation with Angus and Rohini Ross, when they interviewed me about my relationship with my husband on their incredible podcast, Rewilding Love.  I talk about how this understanding has impacted our relationship, how many of the ideas and theories I used to have about what made […]

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EP138: You Don’t Owe Anyone with Caroline Garnet McGraw

Caroline used to be terrified of making mistakes. She was the good girl, the one who tried to be perfect and hold everything together for everyone else.  She did that until she couldn’t anymore. Life began showing her in no uncertain terms that it wasn’t working. As she says, she learned to “get past perfect, […]

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EP137: What makes a person free?

The title of this episode was the topic of an incredible thread on the LSBC forum. What makes a person free? What’s the difference between the people we hear from in the Changeable Change Stories, and others who have been listening, but who don’t feel the same lightness or freedom? In this episode, you’ll hear […]

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EP136: Missy’s Change Story: How Hives and Terror Woke Her to up to the Fact that Life is Impersonal

Missy used to push through life.  When things didn’t work out her way, she tried harder. She thought low-level anxiety motivated and fueled her to do more.  But in her mid 40s, Missy’s old ways didn’t work anymore. The hum of anxiety turned to terror and it manifested as hives and swelling that were impossible […]

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EP135: Getting It Right

I see a lot of people want to get it right the first time. We want to NOT fall into our habit at all, we want to NOT say that thing that starts an argument, we want to somehow PREVENT uncomfortable feelings from starting in the first place. Getting it “right”, as our mind defines […]

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EP134: Stacey’s Change Story: Doubling your Business while Remembering Who-You-Are

Stacey came across the New Paradigm when she was struggling with binge eating and depression.  She saw a lot, quickly. She began to see that thought creates her entire reality. That she has a home base within her that is far closer and less conditional than she ever imagined.  Without trying, her success at her […]

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EP133: The Impersonal Nature of Thought Part 2

In Part 2, I share two stories to illustrate how things tend to go when our experience looks personal, and how things can go when it doesn’t.  Jane often experiences anxious reactions to her sometimes-unkind sister in law. Jane says the problem is that she’s too sensitive. She should be tougher. She should be able […]

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