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LOVE AT HOME

Author: LDS Life Coach - Hannah Coles

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Welcome to LOVE AT HOME. A podcast to learn real tools to overcoming trials and challenges with your host LDS Life Coach Hannah Coles

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33 Episodes
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-PODCAST EP. 1- The Bucket

-PODCAST EP. 1- The Bucket

2019-03-1400:22:432

UPDATED episode 1: The bucket We lose our power when we believe that others can fill or take from our emotional buckets. We know that we are "agents to act and not to be acted upon" and as such we can learn to take responsibility for our own buckets.
episode 35-this is so hard

episode 35-this is so hard

2019-03-0700:14:46

How often do you find yourself saying, "this is so hard!" Sometimes in life we have to have to do hard things and hate way we approach it makes a huge difference in our lives and what we create for ourselves. Tune in today to hear two questions to ask yourself when those "this is so hard" times come up for you.
Episode 34- Pain is Pain

Episode 34- Pain is Pain

2019-02-2700:27:29

Every single one of us struggles with something. We each have our own unique trials and "pain" that we're experiencing but sometimes, a lot of the time, we minimize our pain. We tell ourselves we shouldn't feel that way because it's not as "big" as others but this doesn't diminish what you're feeling. Today I want to bring to light that the pain you are feeling is REAL. It is valid and it's worth looking at.
Episode 33- Saying NO

Episode 33- Saying NO

2019-02-2100:27:371

Why is saying NO SO. STINKING. HARD? Saying no is an important skill to learn so that you can show up genuine in your relationships without fear and seeds of resentment blooming. When you can master this skill of saying no you can live a true authentic life full of love, for them and for you! On this episode I teach you why it's so difficult and how you can overcome that. I share with you an easy way to say no and still be able to not only keep those friends but also help the friendship to thrive on a deeper level.
Today, I want to introduce a concept of unconditional love. Simply put, unconditional love is LOVE without condition. It’s loving without expecting the other person to do anything. It’s loving without NEEDING them to be a certain way, to show up a certain way, to do a certain thing, to be there for you, to talk to you, to listen to you, to follow you, to agree with you, right? There are no conditions when we talk about unconditional love.Love feels the best. When you feel loving you show up as your best self. Your choices reflect your best self and you end up creating more love. I invite you to try it out, to make an effort to love unconditionally today, see how amazing it feels. Hop on over to the podcast and listen in.
In today's episode I teach you what self-confidence IS and what it is NOT. I teach you that you don't have to go out and DO anything, that you don't have to BUY a single thing, or lose a single pound. You don't have to look a certain way, or have any kind of a degree or status. You, just as YOU are right now, without having to change your circumstances CAN learn how to become a confident person. How different would your life be if you had rock solid confidence? Ready to dive in and learn more?
When you think about your life, your past, your story we tend to reside on one of three levels. Tune in this week to find out which level you're currently on, which level offers you the most freedom, and which level you WANT to be on. LOVE AT HOME, the podcast with LDS Life Coach Hannah Coles
Episode 29 The Past

Episode 29 The Past

2019-01-2400:30:06

We all have a past. The question is, is your past weighing you down? Do you allow your past to define you? Do you define others from their actions or inactions of the past? In this episode we explore what the past IS, how you can DROP limiting beliefs that stem from your past experiences, and how to move FORWARD no matter what happened to you. Join me today on LOVE AT HOME.
This week I walk you through the essential concept of learning to take responsibility for EVERYTHING in your life because when you take responsibility for it, it's yours, yours to change, yours to up level, yours to do with as you please. Doesn't that sound better than blaming others and WAITING for them to fix it? Listen in.
We're too obsessed with HAVING things instead of the process of getting them. We want the house, the clothes, the friends already without having to work for them. We want the song already learned, the grade already an A, the relationship perfect but we don't want to wade through the middle to get there. We get impatient with ourselves and frustrated that we're not there "YET". It's exhausting and expends a lot of energy. This week learn to LOVE the process instead of solely focusing on the PRODUCT.
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Lisa-Courtney Michelsen-Heim

your podcasts just keep getting better and better each week! thank u SO much! so thankful Michelle told me about your podcast!!!👏💙

Dec 18th
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Emily Falke

Love this one! Helped me change my mindset on planning this ward activity from, "I hate having to do this. I wish I had more help," to "I want to create an environment for people I love to get together and have a good time sharing their talents."

Nov 2nd
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Emily Falke

Could you list that quote about defense being the first act of war again?

Oct 10th
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LDS Life Coach Hannah Coles

Emily Falke She says, "Defense is the first act of war"

Oct 11th
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LDS Life Coach Hannah Coles

Emily Falke Of course, it's from Byron Katie:

Oct 11th
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Lisa-Courtney Michelsen-Heim

I LOVE Hannas LOVE AT HOME podcast! I know it is geared for teens but i feel like her wise information is for EVERYONE !! she gives great examples and breaks it all down, i look foward to each new episode every Thursday!!

Sep 16th
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Emily Falke

loved this! definitely made it easier to think about the things I would like to get done.

Sep 7th
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Emily Falke

so what did you think of to make jury duty fun?

Aug 29th
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Hannah Coles

Emily Falke It is POSSIBLE that jury duty could be exciting. It's totally possible that I might really love it. It's 100% possible that this is exactly how I would want to spend my time.

Aug 30th
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Malinda Schroeder

We love because He (God) first loved us. We can't love ourselves or anyone else until we realize God's love for us. We need to let God fill our bucket, which when He does it will be overflowing, and from that overflow we can give love to others and ourselves because we know our worth, we know we're loved and we know we are accepted and special. Our joy & peace comes from the Lord. "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15:13 I know if I just take time to be in God's presence through prayer, studying the Bible or worshiping my bucket is filled, I'm reminded of who I am in Christ and I'm filled with the Spirit. Then I have the fruits of the Spirit.

Jul 19th
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Sarah Coles McFadyen

I was given a meaningful compliment today from a loved one. She said she feels safe with me, like she couldn't hurt my feelings. That she can be her real, authentic self around me. Finding that balance in a relationship where love exists, yet you don't give the other person power to hurt your feelings is a beautiful place to be. This life changing concept is discussed in this podcast for parents & teens.

Jul 14th
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