Episode 90

A common thing that children like to do is play pretend. What happens when we bring that into adulthood? Tom Sweeney joins Jordan to talk about something he has done extensive research on, the FALSE SELF. Our goal for this conversation is to help define the causes, effects and in broad terms how people can find freedom through discovering and removing their false self.

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Episode 89

Did you know that loneliness can cause someone to feel physically colder? In today’s program, Jordan, Joel and Sathiya explore the Dangers of Loneliness and the Importance of Friendship.

Our conversation is based on the articles “10 Surprising Facts About Loneliness” from PsycologyToday.com (please note this is not an endorsement of this website, its owners or contributors).

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Episode 88

There are over seven billion people alive on the earth today and while we are all different there are some common personality types. Learning more about people like you can help in developing a stronger life. So in today’s program, Jordan welcomes Phil Johnston and Peter Roessner to talk about one of these models, the Enneagram. One of the best ways to learn about these personality types is to listen to someone talk about their experience. So this conversation is less about talking about any specific model but rather to truly listen and reflect on the stories of others.

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Episode 87

Have you ever been so overwhelmed that you are constantly tired? Even after a full night’s sleep wanting to crawl back under the covers? In today’s program, Jordan and Joel discuss some of the ways that poor Mental health can cause this kind of tiredness.

Our conversation is based on the articles “13 Reasons Mental Illness Makes People So Tired” and “6 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because of ‘Depression Fatigue’” from TheMighty.com (please note this is not an endorsement of this website, its owners or contributors).

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Episode 86

Have you ever been in a situation that really defines a relationship? Where you don’t know how things are going to proceed? Pastor Andrew Mills (bethanycc.ca) is going to help us process maybe if we need to redefine or even end a relationship and how these decisions can affect our spiritual and mental lives.

Over the course of this interview Andrew shares some thoughts and quotes from the book “Necessary Endings” by Dr. Henry Cloud. He also shares steps that can help you work through these challenging relational situations: Reflect, Process, Decide and Respond.

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Episode 85

Today we are talking about some of the hidden struggles that many people go through including High Functioning Anxiety and Dealing with Physical Symptoms.

Next we hear dramatic readings about “Mental Sensations from Migraines” based on an article by TheMighty.com (please note this is not an endorsement of this website, its owners or contributors).

Later in the program, Infinitely More joins us with their song “Where Are You Hiding Today” by from their most recent album “The Beauty of the One.”

Jordan and Joel close the program with some encouragements from fellow travellers on how to respond to this conversation…

(1) You are not alone
(2) There is no shame in asking for help
(3) Become more aware of how your mind and body react to different stimulators

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Episode 84

In today’s program, we feature two guests that share about what started as darkness became opportunities to help people.

Benjamin Lehew (NarrowGate.Space) talks about how he recovered from addiction and now leads a ministry seeking to help people break free from their addictions.

Sal then joins us to talk about how an accident caused him to develop Schizo Effective Disorder, how that affected his family relationships and how he now serves in the clinic that has been helping him for many years.

Jordan closes the program by talking about how we are not experts but rather fellow travellers on the journey. He explains why we need people to LEARN from, JOURNEY with and SUPPORT.

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Episode 83

“Bell Let’s Talk Day” is upon us and the reason our team believes it has such influence, is because it helps people break down the barriers of stigma in their own minds that often prevents open dialogue.

To help us guide this conversation, we will be going back into the archives to hear from three guests (Greg Musselman, Jeff Webb and Tim Arnold) that will share real life stories that we hope will inspire you to consider how you can grow your story through learning from others.

Sathiya Sam will also join us later with a new teaching about how people grow healthy bonds through times of trial.

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Episode 82

Have you ever had a traumatic experience you were afraid to share with others? Didn’t think they would believe you? Worried that something worse would happen? On today’s program, Derrick Herriott shares his story of being abused as a child and was told to keep it to himself.

He talks about how the secrecy not only harmed his inner life but also his future career, marriage and family. Later on Derrick tells us about the moment he decided to work through the pain in order to find healing and how rewarding that journey has been.

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