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Welcome to Septic Radio, your home for amazing, original talk radio. The goal of septic radio is to offer a variety of programs. Listen to Septic Radio to hear: the reporting of Ben Jenkins, The economic truth with Paul t or listen to the ramblings of Rev Joesph and many more.

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Welcome to Septic Radio, your home for amazing, original talk radio. The goal of septic radio is to offer a variety of programs. Listen to Septic Radio to hear: the reporting of Ben Jenkins, The economic truth with Paul t or listen to the ramblings of Rev Joesph and many more.

    Judging Others

    Judging Others

     
    Dr. Tyler Woods is back after a long break for two years. Enjoy her talk about judging others and how it affects you.

    • 7분
    Apologize Because You Are Strong

    Apologize Because You Are Strong

    Dr. Woods talks about apologizing.  She believes that there are times when saying you are sorry means you feel the energy of someone's pain or anger as well as your own. She stresses that sorry does not mean you take it all back rather it means you are ready to move forward. Sorry is an offering that comes from strength and compassion. It is the real sign of strength. She also shares that if someone will not accept your apology, do not let it upset you and don't take it personal.  You have done your best to remedy the situation, and you offered a sincere apology and the person has made a choice to not accept it, bless them and move on.

    • 5분
    Are You Suffering Because You Suffer?

    Are You Suffering Because You Suffer?

     

    After a year off, Dr. Woods joins Septic Radio and talks about suffering. She believes often  people are passionate about their suffering and thinks that some people suffer because they are suffering. Dr. Woods explains that it is hard to believe that people are attached to their own do not want to heal rather they want to feed their emotional suffering. She talks about once people step up to the plate and make the choice to change, they can then make the choice not to suffer because they suffer. In order to do this, she feels people need to believe themselves and build better self-esteem.

    • 7분
    The DSM 5

    The DSM 5

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    Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about the DSM 5. Many in the field of psychology arr statting that the approval of the DSM 5 is a sad day indeed for because virtually every emotion experienced by a human being — sadness, grief, anxiety, frustration, impatience, excitement — is now being classified as a “mental disorder” demanding chemical treatment (with prescription medications, of course).

    Tyler talks about how the latest manual will result in the mass over diagnosis of people who are actually quite normal. She believes that people with actual psychiatric problems and effectively treated are already badly shortchange. She shares her concern about damaging conflict of interest with the financial ties between drug companies since of the  68% of the experts appointed by the American Psychiatric report economic ties with drug companies.

    Join her and she shares her concerns and a great tip for your mental well being.

    • 9분
    Storms Make us Stronger

    Storms Make us Stronger

     










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    Dr. Woods talks about when she was a kid living on a ranch and how tall the trees were. She remembers the during lightening storms, she would get upset thinking one of the very tall trees that surrounded her ranch would fall over and crush her.  What she failed to recognize as a child that she recognizes as an adult is that the rains made the trees strong and the roots deeper.

    Join Tyler Woods as she talks about how life's storms can actually make people stronger much like the trees. She agrees that life will offer us many scary storms and our goal is to learn how to get strength and grow tall from the storms life offers us.

    • 6분
    Walk In Peace

    Walk In Peace

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    This week Dr Tyler Woods talks about teaching people to walk in peace one-step at a time. She says that she loves what peace symbolizes and how it feels. Finding peace isn’t always easy, yet it is necessary to achieve a balance in our life to keep us healthy.

    This week she will examine ways to find peace whether it be through gratitude, understanding fear, steering clear of negative people, or even dealing with regrets. Maintaining  your inner peace can be difficult however, learning what affects our peace of mind, and discovering ways to keep the peace, is a sure way to walk in peace.

    • 8분

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