Negative Self-Talk and Conflict: How To Change For Good?
September 15, 2023
Hosted by Barbara Palmer
In this third episode of Coaching With A Twist (CWAT), Host, Barbara Palmer, interviews guest, Sydny Rivers, TLLP, a mental health therapist in Detroit, Michigan, as they explore the connection between negative self-talk and conflict in relationships. The truth is, the quality of our relationships starts with our relationship with ourselves, and when we have negative self-talk it is indicative of personal internal conflict. When a person has negative self-talk fueling internal conflict, it can make it challenging for that person to have the confidence to open up, be vulnerable, and trust others in their relationships. It also negatively impacts your ability to understand others when you have negative self-talk that influences how you interpret and react to the words, facial expressions, and gestures of others. Listen in on this conversation about negative self-talk, its impact on us personally as well as those in relationship with us, and healthy ways to change this negative habit, improve our self-worth, and add quality to our relationships.
Coaching with a Twist
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Coaching With A Twist (CWAT) is a Podcast that informs, inspires, and empowers its listeners and invites them to think better, make quality decisions, and take consistent steps towards building a life they love living! Health and well-being are foundational, practical, and powerful when you know how life works, remove self-limiting blocks, and make a habit of doing what works to achieve positive results! This is true even when truth flies in the face of what you think is accurate but does not work. CWAT helps listeners take a candid, interactive, and whole spectrum look at four quadrants of life: 1) Health & Well-being, 2) Love & Relationships, 3) Work and Creative Expression 4) Time and Money Freedom. Excellent health and well-being of body, mind, and soul (spirit) are foundational for any other wellness to exist or be sustained in the different areas of life. Each episode includes a guest interview and questions from the live audience and ends with activity and practical solutions.
Barbara Palmer has more than thirty-five years of experience working with children and adults in a variety of mental health, physical health, and public health settings. She draws from her wealth of clinical, research, and life experience in health and human services as a business owner/operator, academic program director and lead faculty, healthcare provider (occupational therapist), and lay minister. She is educated and experienced in conducting individual and group assessments, activity and occupational analysis, and innovative problem-solving. Her background includes vast experience helping adults develop life skills. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy, a Master's degree in Christian Counseling, and a Master's degree in Health Information Systems. In addition, she is a licensed and nationally credentialed health coach, internationally recognized life coach, trained by the best of the best life and health coaches in the world (Mary Morrissey and her faculty, Tony Robbins, Dean Graziosi, to name a few), and is known as a gifted and intuitive healer. She loves helping people become the best version of themselves, and her passion is evident when she speaks and in her book Healthy, Happy, Whole: A Health and Wellbeing Workbook, and my community work where I helped educate and empower people to rebuild lives they truly love living by tapping into their personal power, processing limiting beliefs, and dialing down on victim-thinking and disempowerment.