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Results Radio with Shawn Shewchuk


May 18, 2020

“I can reframe my thinking. I Know how to change the way I think and be open to new possibilities.” 

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Right now we are collectively grieving. 

We are grieving loss: loss of what was, loss of expectations, loss of our goals. Perhaps, the actual loss of a loved one. 

With facing such challenging times, I felt compelled to do a deep dive on how human beings face challenges and what we can do to build our resilience. 

Whether it’s professional or personal, the one thing that will propel us through difficult times is our attitude. And so when things get extremely difficult, how do we not just maintain but continue to grow a positive attitude? What are the actions we can take to stay strong?

To break this down for us I have brought on Barbara Rubel, MA, BCETS, D.D.A.E.T.S.

Barabara is a subject matter expert in vicarious trauma. She gives professional advice to individuals and businesses who want to mitigate the impact of secondary traumatic stress, job burnout, and vicarious trauma in themselves, their teams, and in their clients. For over 20 years, she has built a lucrative speaking business for herself as a public speaker and trainer. Barbara a nationally recognized keynote speaker, trainer, webinar instructor, and consultant. Her programs motivate professionals to build personal resilience. 

In this discussion, Barbara challenges us to dig deep, lean on our strengths, reach out to our families, and focus on the things we love.   

Download this episode today to learn how you can hold onto hope.

“We can’t look outwards right now. It’s too exhausting. Look within.”

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Highlights

  • Vicarious trauma: viewers and anyone helping those undergoing trauma also experience it. 
  • What we accept is what we become. 
  • Those who have some kind of relationship to their faith community (online) there is less use of drugs and alcohol. How does your faith or family sustain you?
  • Find a self-care action plan. 
  • The Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK 
  • If someone is suicidal never take them to the hospital. Call 911 immediately.
  • Instead of focusing on your fears, focus on what makes you laugh.  
  • It is up to you to decide that today is going to be a good day. 

“What we accept is what we become.”

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References

Griefworkcenter.com

barbararubel.com

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