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Hosts Laurie Edmundson and Sara Amundson provide a raw, honest, and sometimes humorous look into what it means to live with Borderline Personality Disorder. From relationships, to anger, to sex, and to recovery, they bare all to offer a glimpse into the reality behind life with the world’s most stigmatized mental illness. You find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway
 
Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Dr. Nicholas Westers, a clinical psychologist at Children's Health and Associate Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, collaborates with the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) to interview the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members ...
 
In this Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast Series, Karen Broadhead, parent support specialist, interviews individuals from various Life Changing Services (LCS) programs and gets their personal stories, feedback, advice to others, and lessons learned. Hear about their struggles, what brought them to Life Changing Services, what they have learned, and what advice they would give to others who may be struggling. Hear their powerful testimonies and gain strength from those who have walked your ...
 
“I often think of how challenging it was being a teenager, and I was saved from my misery by certain friends, teachers and books to whom I will be forever grateful. I know Holy Shit! I’m a Gifted Misfit! can be one of those books in the lives of many young people today, kids who are struggling as I once struggled and are looking for a lifeline to lead them out of their despair. JJ is one of those people with such a gift for connecting with young people that she can change someone’s life fore ...
 
“I often think of how challenging it was being a teenager, and I was saved from my misery by certain friends, teachers and books to whom I will be forever grateful. I know Holy Shit! I’m a Gifted Misfit! can be one of those books in the lives of many young people today, kids who are struggling as I once struggled and are looking for a lifeline to lead them out of their despair. JJ is one of those people with such a gift for connecting with young people that she can change someone’s life fore ...
 
Season 1 of Our Turn to Talk is presented by This Is My Brave, Inc. (TIMB) - a national nonprofit whose vision is to one day live in a world where we don't have to call it "brave" to talk openly about mental illness. Join host Anastasia Vlasova, former TIMB Intern, as she has raw, honest conversations with TIMB participants and takes a deeper look into the current state of young people's mental health. TIMB believes that #StorytellingSavesLives, and we hope that this podcast becomes the cata ...
 
There's not enough media awareness about what god says about mental illness. God have called me to change that. I talk weekly about god's love and what he is teaching me. I share with you my journey, my trials, and my pains. Tune in for some good stuff Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/god.cast/support
 
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Candice Alaska (IG: @understandingbpd and @candicealaska) joins the podcast for a second week to discuss how oppression and capitalism affect our mental wellness. Candice and Laurie also discuss the impacts of ableism, racism, sexism and colonialism on mental health. This episode includes a short discussion about the upcoming new Medical Assistance…
 
Early in the pandemic there was a lot of talk about how the initial lockdown and stay-at-home orders would affect people’s mental health, including risk for suicide and nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). In this episode, Dr. Ruth Tatnell answers questions about the pandemic's effects on rates of self-injury: Did the initial lockdown of the COVID-19 pa…
 
Leo discusses: How to build your life force Why "Ove" wants to end his life Lessons on how to thrive from plants Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coach…
 
We discuss: growing up with a mother who has narcissism growing up hypervigilant and feeling "robbed of my childhood" overcoming two eating disorders living through a suicide attempt daily habits to improve your life how to make friends and small talk why she felt like a "shell of a human being" being free of imposter syndrome how to call a friend …
 
Author, Clyve Rose, joins me to discuss: how to cope with divorce why dating apps feed loneliness what we should ask instead of "are you ok?" romance vs love strategies to feel calm and relaxed why we shouldn't go to therapy BIO: Award-winning romance writer Clyve Rose has been writing historical romance fiction for the best part of two decades. He…
 
Candice Alaska (IG: @understandingbpd and @candicealaska) a mental health advocate who uses an anti-oppression lens in her advocacy. She joins the podcast to share her perspective of mental health as a person of South Asian heritage from Trinidad and Tobago, what advocacy looks like in the Global South, and how western imperialism has pathologized …
 
We discuss: how to handle emotions of rage, hurt and inadequacy how to replay experiences to self-soothe What the show and novel, "Sweetbitter," can teach us about visions and dreams how to give yourself hope for the future Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals?https://betterhelp.c…
 
Aaron White from Feelin Film podcast (https://bit.ly/ffilmpod) joins Captain Nostalgia to discuss Alice, Darling. This movie deals with the fall out and mental health of an abusive relationship, the lasting effects it can take on an individual and more. Josh and Aaron break down the film’s heaviest moments to embrace the film’s brutal honesty and o…
 
“What would it be like to know your son was playing a game that makes him smarter, builds self confidence, and also motivates him toward successes in his Sons of Helaman training?” Now your Warrior can receive the time-tested successful training SofH offers with INCREASED MOTIVATION to work on and complete his personal MANPOWER Goals! Participating…
 
Retired aerospace engineer, Chester L. Richards, joins us to discuss: why you and what you do are worthy and worthwhile struggling with loneliness key to successful marriage how he healed his depressions surviving a war zone in Africa how to take refreshing vacations grieving the loss of his wife surviving a heart attack being the focus of love why…
 
In the final part of this two-part episode we meet Paul again, who was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and now lives in London. He has a passion for movement, philosophy and martial arts and teaches 1:1 and group/workshops on martial arts. He's found a lot of healing for his big emotions through this medium. You can find Paul at https://www.…
 
Leo discusses the six ways to improve lateral thinking and demonstrates why it's just as important as vertical thinking for mental health. Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health profess…
 
What if there was a summer camp for Sons of Helaman boys that helped them to learn the valuable principles in a new way? Now there is! Check out Camp Onidah and consider Donating Below! Donate to help the launch of Camp Ohidah https://www.gofundme.com/f/yazvx-camp-onidah-helping-teens-develop-selfmastery Reach out to Bryton Peterson https://www.gof…
 
Our dog trainer, Megan, joins us to discuss: sources of our anger and aggression skyrocketing anxiety how to focus instead of fixate codependence why therapy works for depression, but not anxiety diving into vulnerability how she lost 70lbs why eating to feel better Book mentioned: shorturl.at/fvx34 Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your …
 
In the first part of this two-part episode we meet Paul, who was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and now lives in London. He has a passion for movement, philosophy and martial arts and teaches 1:1 and group/workshops on martial arts. He's found a lot of healing for his big emotions through this medium. You can find Paul at https://www.fluidt…
 
Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! Leo discusses: why it's important not just to grow, but also evolve how to get your needs met in your relationship why the ne…
 
2022 gave us some truly remarkable films. Whether it was the boy crazy adventure, Turning Red, a return to Pandora with The Way of Water or the reawakening of Pinhead with Hulu’s Hellraiser. 2022 also had its fair share of cinematic blunders. Join Captain Nostalgia and JB Huffman, of Manly Movies (https://apple.co/3VzC2eM), count down their picks f…
 
What do you feel after you utter that word? Do you feel like you have just ended a powerful interaction with your Creator? And that you are coming away strengthened, with instructions to follow, and with a heart filled with more courage - and peace? The Bible Dictionary in the Latter-day Saint edition of the King James Version of the Bible defines …
 
When Joseph Kajy took opioids for the first time at the age of 15, he thought he had found his life’s calling. From there, his world altered into a grim whirlwind familiar to many a drug addict. He woke up every morning with either one of two questions on his mind: How will I get money for drugs? When will I do drugs? Behind him, he left a trail of…
 
Caprice, Kylene, and Flash (from the IG account @him.her.her) share their experiences living as a throuple (aka closed triad) with children. They talk falling in love, coming together as a family, other people's reactions to their family structure, and of course sex and jealousy! You can find them on IG @him.her.her Support the show You can find La…
 
In 1986, the first treatment program in the United States specifically for nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) opened its doors. Self Abuse Finally Ends, better known as S.A.F.E. Alternatives, was a 30-day inpatient program for the treatment of self-injury and self-harm. In this episode, Dr. Wendy Lader, the Co-Founder and retired Clinical Director of S…
 
Welcome back to the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast! In todays Episode Karen Broadhead, Director of Mothers Who Know, interviews Cody Hawes, one of our amazing clinicians! We hope you enjoy this episode on Increased Discernment! It could be you! Come check us out, and see if this is the time for you to enlist. Come join those who are finding th…
 
Kim and Luis are here to discuss their book, "Emotionally Resilient Tweens and Teens: empowering your kids to navigate bullying, teasing, and social exclusion." BUY BOOK: shorturl.at/EPQY5 We discuss: why bullying is more about controlling behavior how to get your tween/teen to open up how parents, coaches and kids and work together what are "entit…
 
Today Christina joins us on the show to talk her experience with BPD, learning to disentangle from enmeshed family systems, and how owning her diagnosis has facilitated recovery! Support the show You can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast …
 
We’re back to bonding and coming back to Pandora for the long awaited sequel to 2009’s Avatar. James Cameron brings us back into the folder for the first of many sequels with The Way of Water. Journey with us as we discuss the immersive experience of the film, the importance of being seen and heard, the evolution of the characters and lore and much…
 
When you want to learn a skill, what do you expect of a coach? Is the coach-learner relationship different from a simple friendship? Do you expect more of a coach than you do of Do you hope that they will tell you the truth - even if it’s uncomfortable? Do you expect more of a coach than you do of a casual friend? Do you want them to invite you to …
 
Dave Wright is a comedian and entrepreneur. We discuss Difference between depression and anxiety Stigma of dyslexia Antidote to anxiety managing PTSD Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental hea…
 
This week we answer a listener's question on happiness. The topic of happiness is not an easy one and one that often goes to the core of who we are and how we see the world around us. Tune in and check it out! The Land Of Odd: A History Podcast Ever wish that history was taught in a way that was, we don't know, fun, engaging,... Listen on: Apple Po…
 
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard is one of the most listened to podcasts in the North America. A discussion took place recently on an episode with Riverdale actress Lili Reinhart on the show that was fraught with BPD stigma. Laurie and Sara discuss their feelings about the discussion and provide a response to Dax. Sara and Laurie (as usual) also go…
 
This past September, at Lost Weekend, we had a chance to sit down with the writer-director behind The Stylist - which you can currently stream on Shudder. Jill Gevargizian has made a name for herself as an accomplished short film director and the aforementioned feature film debut. In this special live interview, Jill recounts the success of The Sty…
 
Welcome back to the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast! In today's episode Karen Broadhead, Director of Mothers Who Know, and one of her fellow coaches discuss their journey to finding the Savior, Jesus Christ. We hope you will feel the spirit of this episode and have a wonderful Christmas as it approaches here! It could be you! Come check us out,…
 
Former Canadian Football player, Antonio Longino, shares his journey of thwarted NFL dreams and managing panic attacks to finding purpose in bringing others together. We also discuss: being the youngest of 9 feeling overwhelmed with responsibility why everything is personal how is brother helped him write a book from prison why there are no gangste…
 
Sara administers herself a clinical assessment tool that helps support clinical treatment of BPD. She talks about how she would score BEFORE medication management and DBT and how she scores now! The Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale (DERS) is an instrument measuring emotion regulation problems. The 36 items self-report scale asks respondents…
 
Ho-ho-ho. Prepare to meet a brand new hardcore Santa with David Harbour. In Part One, of our annual Collateral Christmas Crossover, our friends over at Collateral Cinema Podcast (https://bit.ly/352guest) join us to discuss Violent Night. In this episode, we’ll chronicle how the film’s use of classism, being married during the holidays, establishing…
 
Do you need help knowing how to support a loved one going through difficult times? “Bystander Basics” will help. Come learn as Karen and Ashley discuss what this class is all about. It could be you! Come check us out, and see if this is the time for you to enlist. Come join those who are finding the great power that comes from using your agency to …
 
This week we answer a question from a listener about Seasonal Affect Depression, loneliness, and isolation. Tune in and find out more! If you have a question you'd like to ask or input on the show email us at Info@quietchaoskw.com or message us on Instagram @quietchaoskw. If you like what you hear give us a like!…
 
This is our FINAL episode of the November mini-series where all month we released bonus episodes to discuss Men's Mental Health for National Mental Health Awareness Month. Today you meet Sara's childhood family friend, Corey, who is a father of two, a musician (a brief soundbite of his music is today's intro and closer!), and a person who has exper…
 
Producer/Director, Lukas Behnken takes us on a journey from hatred to forgiveness, freedom and success while discussing his new documentary, "I Hate You But It's Killing Me. DOCUMENTARY: https://www.ihateyoubutitskillingme.com Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhe…
 
Rachel discusses her experiences as a parent who experienced childhood sexual trauma that resulted in post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and what she now believes is borderline personality disorder (BPD). Rachel and Laurie discuss her life experiences, parenting techniques, and Rachel's passion for preventing child sexual abuse and noticing the …
 
You get 8️⃣ Bold Beautiful Borderline podcast episodes this month! That’s 4️⃣ more than normal! We are releasing a mini-series EVERY WEDNESDAY all month to discuss Men's Mental Health for National Mental Health Awareness Month. Today you meet Christopher Scott, a Portland, OR local who loves food, social work, and hip hop. Christopher gives us his …
 
“I’ll never get over this.” “I should never have said that. I can never say the right thing.” “What’s wrong with me?” Have you ever had thoughts like that? Have you ever felt that there is something inherently wrong with you, and although you’ve tried to change, you just can’t do it? In today’s episode, Marquelle leads coaches Karen, Kellie, and Ro…
 
Award winning author, Steven Joseph, joins me to discuss: his new children's book, "Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and lots and lots of noodles" three ways to respond to thoughts of ending your life how to determine if what you're doing is worth it first generation pressure to succeed how to pick the love of your life parents who survived the Holocau…
 
Last year we recorded an episode based on an email that Sara received from a loved one of someone with BPD. Today we're giving some additional thoughts from Lucia, someone with BPD and body modifications, and Talon, who was a professional piercer for many years. PREVIOUS EPISODE CONTEXT: In this episode of the podcast, Laurie and Sara explore the i…
 
This week we answer a question from a listener about overthinking at night and it's effect on falling asleep. Listen in and find out more! If you have a question you'd like to ask or input on the show email us at Info@quietchaoskw.com or message us on Instagram @quietchaoskw. If you like what you hear give us a like! The Land Of Odd: A History Podc…
 
You get 8️⃣ Bold Beautiful Borderline podcast episodes this month! That’s 4️⃣ more than normal! We are releasing a mini-series EVERY WEDNESDAY all month to discuss Men's Mental Health for National Mental Health Awareness Month. Today Andrew returns to the podcast to talk his experience navigating depression, unlearning toxic masculinity, and the im…
 
How are scars from nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) different than physical scars that are unintentional or result from non-self-inflicted wounds ? What psychological effects can result from daily reminders of one's own decision to self-harm? Is there an association between NSSI scars and suicidal thoughts and behaviors? In this episode, Dr. Burke di…
 
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