Author: 2teachone

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Health and wellness podcast focused on keeping things simple. The discussions are informative, relaxed and fun.
21 Episodes
The 2teachone crew indulges in their love for history and talks about the history of battlefield medicine. Join us to learn some surprising facts that I bet you didn't know.
Our guest this week: Vinny Sorise. Join 2teachone as Vinny tells the powerful story of his journey from dis-ease to health and from addiction to triumph. Listen in as we discuss Vinny's story and his views on recovery and health. Need to find some help or gather some resources? Use the link below. **** ****
 In part 2, we continue our discussion with Jacob as we focus in on the specifics. How we work out. What we eat, and the techniques and methods we've used to overcome our individual challenges. Join the discussion and let us know what works for you. 
Our guest this week is Jacob Frye. Taking a break from his professional duties Jacob is back to discuss his and our passion for lifting weights and working out. Listen in and get motivated to start your journey to the land of the swollen or maybe learn a few new tricks if you already worship at the alter of shred. In part 1 we talk about our early experiences with athletics and what motivated us to pursue fitness. 
In part 2 Jacob discusses dealing with alternative spirituality from a clinical perspective and how it relates to his practice. He also explores possible solutions for those with alternative spiritual beliefs who are part of the 12 step community.
Our guest this week: Jacob Frye, substance use disorder therapist. In part 1 we discuss Jacob's personal story of dealing with alternative spirituality in a twelve step community and how he found balance between his personal beliefs and the sometimes orthodox beliefs of the recovery community.
In part 2 of part 2, we continue Brad's story through his tumultuous relapse, his final stay in rehab, and onto the sober successful life. We learn what wisdom the challenges of sobriety have taught him. And how he faces life and work, dating and sponsorship while practicing the principles that led him to sobriety. Join Dawn, Aaron, and Adrian as we sit with our friend Brad for the exciting, poignant and humorous second part of his story. This episode does contain some graphic language. 
In part 1 of part 2 of the Journey Beyond the Year, Brad tells the first part of his story of addiction and recovery. We talk about the beginnings of Brad's journey, from trying to run away and live at Chatfield Reservoir, to being slapped at Catholic school, in the hospital for a month with blood poisoning, and finally rehab. Join Adrian, Aaron, and Dawn as we talk with Brad about the sometimes hilarious, often sad, but always real story of his life and times as a man dealing with the disease of addiction. This episode does contain some graphic language.
In part two with Allison, we continue our discussion on grief and loss. We discuss what it's like to work as a professional in the mental health field while also experiencing personal grief. We ask what we, or anyone, can do to help a friend or colleague deal with loss, and we offer some basic advice on what it looks like to just "hold space" for someone who is grieving. We talk about milestones in the grieving process and how ritual can play an effective part in healthy remembrance. We look at how an understanding of one's own mortality can play a vital role in understanding how a person grieves and how "survivor's guilt" can color and shape a grieving persons experiences. Perhaps most importantly we reflect on how laughter can be a surprising and necessary step on the path. Join us, and let us know if you want to be a part of our "sad club". 
In this episode we talk about grief and loss with our good friend and clinician, Allison. In part one we take an open minded and broad view of grief as we discuss how our personal experiences led us to want to tackle this complex and difficult subject. Self-care and coping skills are examined as we look to help ourselves, and our listeners, learn to deal with intense emotions in a healthy way.  We look at how grieving has changed in the era of social media, and how sites like Facebook and Instagram have broadened our circle of friends and acquaintances and thus increased the number of people involved in our very private and sometimes intensely personal grieving process. Join us for part one and let us know what you think and maybe how we can help.   
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