Tag Archives: self-esteem

Happy “May is Mental Health Month” Everyone!

We have had the honor of meeting and working with some of the most talented and brilliant minds in medicine, science, entertainment, therapy and simply inspirational stories over the last 3 years of doing our Radio Show. The candid and emotional stories of our guests continue to inspire us! Some of them from top actors, [...]

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How Your Recovery Can Bloom and Grow

We’d like to welcome  Cathy Taughinbaugh, a Life and Recovery Coach and Founder of Treatment Talk, as our new guest blogger.  We’ve been following her great work and know our readers will benefit from her experience with her own family and others in guiding people through recovery.   Sometimes it’s necessary to reteach a thing its [...]

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Our Newest Guest Blogger on Anxiety, Social Phobias and Panic Disorders: Justin Matheson

Please welcome our newest guest blogger Justin Matheson.  His honest stories about his struggles with anxiety, social phobia and panic disorder and the ways he has overcome them caught our attention.  He is now studying to be a professor of psychiatry in college.  We have a complete Bio at the end of this post. We warmly [...]

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8 Easy Ways To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Work for Real Inner Happiness

  Yes, it’s that time of year again all over the world:  many of us are doing our New Year’s promises to ourselves on how we will change, be better, live, lose, love you name it. On our radio show one of our favorite guests we’ve had on in the past, Dr. William Arroyo from the Los [...]

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Parents and Siblings of problem juveniles get help from “Stop The Cycle”

BROUGHT TO YOU BY PROP 63   Theresa’s son was having problems with the law and eventually got on probation about a year ago. As a concerned parent with limited resources, guidance and support, Theresa turned to the courts and probation to ask for help dealing with her son’s situation while meeting the needs of [...]

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Project Focus encourages young girl to express herself

BROUGHT TO YOU BY PROP 63 One success story is about a 14 year-old Vietnamese female, with a history of sexual abuse. She reported having a negative experience with supportive services post incident, was isolated from family and peers, had anxiety with unfamiliar places and new social situations, and was receiving failing grades at school. [...]

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