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An honest conversation about what makes us laugh, cry, contemplate, fear, hate, love and to think about the possibilities of what’s out there: that “One More Thing.” The personal journeys, the words never said, the deep discussions about loss, life after death, the supernatural, paranormal, unique histories and more! We want to enlighten, entertain, educate and inform, to open your eyes, your ears and your heart to the universe around you. Come on in - Join the Conversation! ℗ © 2010-2021

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One More Thing Before You Go Michael R Herst

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

An honest conversation about what makes us laugh, cry, contemplate, fear, hate, love and to think about the possibilities of what’s out there: that “One More Thing.” The personal journeys, the words never said, the deep discussions about loss, life after death, the supernatural, paranormal, unique histories and more! We want to enlighten, entertain, educate and inform, to open your eyes, your ears and your heart to the universe around you. Come on in - Join the Conversation! ℗ © 2010-2021

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    That Thing About Childhood Trauma, PTSD, and The key to Inner Peace.

    That Thing About Childhood Trauma, PTSD, and The key to Inner Peace.

    In This episode: a story of a quest for inner peace, overcoming the dark side of negativity – from being born with her right foot up against her right shin, being adopted, merciless teased as the first girl boarder at a boy's boarding school, growing up with two adoptive alcoholic parents, and finding her mother dead on the bathroom floor when she was 19. How do you cope with that? How do you access those deep held emotions and tensions, to heal from mental and physical ailments? We're going to find out how when we have a conversation with Ann Hince who lived through it..and can show you how you can too. I am your host Michael Herst welcome to One More Thing Before You Go.
    When Ann was 19, she woke one morning to find her mother dead in her bathroom.
    Twenty years later the tears from that trauma were still just under the surface. Ann found a simple technique that helped her release these emotions - but she went further and can now put her awareness inside her body - and has changed the bone structure of her skull and grown ½ an inch at age 55. Ann has found that seeking out our truth, what we truly feel, and accepting those feelings, is the key to inner peace.
    I am just like many other people. Just like you perhaps? I had a childhood with plenty of trauma and dysfunction. I had PTSD into my 30s, the result of two alcoholic parents. I became a software engineer because it was so comforting to know that logic could work in part of my life, even though it never seemed to work in my chaotic life as a child. In my 30s and 40s I was afforded the luxury of being a stay-at-home mom to my two boys. Realizing how traumatized I still was when my boys were young, I set out to become the calm mom I wanted to be. I changed. Things changed. Life changed. I had no idea where I was heading, I just continued to do “my release work” which is what I called it. Nothing felt better, so why not?
    And here I am years later, the calm mom I wanted to be (well, most of the time), with powerful brainwaves (see below), with others feeling calm around me, with seemingly magical events happening daily, and with the ability to sense and release tension deep within my body.
    My goal is to reach those people who really want inner change, inner peace, those who have the desire and will to do the inner work. There are many who do not want to look inside, but if you are someone who does, who really wants change, then it is my pleasure to show you the path. Find out more and how to contact Ann to help you: https://beforeyougopodcast.com


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    • 1 hr
    Flashback Friday! : That Thing About The Road to Happiness isn't Always Paved

    Flashback Friday! : That Thing About The Road to Happiness isn't Always Paved

    In this episode, we have an award-winning photographer, and event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide, her marriage was crumbling around her, her friendships were devoured in lies, the self-hatred, and childhood trauma realization hitting her hard, she made a choice to rebuild, it was then SHE made the hardest decision in her life ….to turn tragedy into triumph … this sounds like a true life soap opera …stay tuned you’re going to hear that story from the person that lived it and through it. My guest in this episode is Jacqueline Phillips, an award-winning photographer in the event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide and decided to take her life back. She’s going to help us understand how she faced the origins of her self-hatred, dealt with her childhood trauma, freed herself from the burden of what she grew up with, and how she rebuilt the foundation of her marriage, and wants to make sure that you can to. Https://beforeyougopodcast.com










    Welcome to flashback Friday! This episode originally ran in December of 2021! Jacqueline is one of my favorite conversations because of her profound journey as a photographer, author and survivor on the brink of suicide, infidelity, friendships, lies, the self-hatred, childhood Trauma. it is inspirational, motivational, and educational I hope that you get as much as this as I did. Starting next Friday flashback Fridays are going to be replaced with over their teacup Fridays so we are looking forward to that in the meantime….
    In this episode, we have an award-winning photographer, and event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide, her marriage was crumbling around her, her friendships were devoured in lies, the self-hatred, and childhood trauma realization hitting her hard, she made a choice to rebuild, it was then SHE made the hardest decision in her life ….to turn tragedy into triumph … this sounds like a true life soap opera …stay tuned you’re going to hear that story from the person that lived it and through it. My guest in this episode is Jacqueline Phillips, an award-winning photographer in the event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide and decided to take her life back. She’s going to help us understand how she faced the origins of her self-hatred, dealt with her childhood trauma, freed herself from the burden of what she grew up with, and how she rebuilt the foundation of her marriage, and wants to make sure that you can to. Https://beforeyougopodcast.com


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    • 51 min
    That Thing About How to Navigate Motherhood When your Mom is Gone

    That Thing About How to Navigate Motherhood When your Mom is Gone

    In this episode:what do you do when you lose your mother and you’re about to become a mother yourself? Who do you ask about raising a child? Where do you turn when you are separated from your mother by physical distance, estrangement, or death? In this episode we're going to learn how you, as a mother, can recognize that it’s OK, and if your spouse has lost their mother, how you can help them move forward from feelings of insecurity, isolation, and overwhelm to a place of resilience.
    My guest in this episode is a mom without a mom of two boys, a clinical psychologist, and Mom Coach passionate about helping moms separated from their mother by physical distance, estrangement, or death, move from feelings of insecurity, isolation, and overwhelm to a place of resilience. Dr Melissa Reilly, through her personal and professional experience, has come to recognize that moms without a mom …. experience grief as part of their motherhood experience, even if they don’t realize it. The relationship moms have had (or didn’t have) with their mothers impacts how they see themselves but doesn’t define them. In this episode we’re going to have a conversation and learn about the notion that it isn’t knowledge and skills that create resilience, but rather it is born through overcoming hardship, having a community, and living by one’s values. Find oit more information about Melissa and how she can help you at https://beforeyougopodcast.com


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    • 53 min
    Over The Teacup-That Thing About Mother's Day 2022

    Over The Teacup-That Thing About Mother's Day 2022

    In this episode it’s finally here Mother's Day 2022 today's May 8th it's a Sunday and we're so happy that she joined us. Mother’s Day, is celebrated as a holiday in honor of mothers in countries throughout the world. In its modern form the holiday originated in the United States, where it is observed on the second Sunday in May. Many other countries also celebrate the holiday on this date, while some mark the observance at other times of the year.
    Mothers are special because without them none of us would be here! Throughout history there is historical documentation in one form or another of celebrating moms. In fact there are some very unique forms of this celebration that can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, who held festivals in honor of the Great Mother of the Gods Rhea also called Cybele, of the ancient Oriental and Greco-Roman deity, known by a variety of local names; the name Cybele or Cybebe predominates in Greek and Roman literature from about the 5th century BC onward. Her full official Roman name was Mater Deum Magna Idaea (Great Idaean Mother of the Gods).
    The clearest modern precedent for Mother’s Day is the early Christian festival known as “Mothering Sunday.” Once a major tradition in the United Kingdom and parts of Europe, this celebration fell on the fourth Sunday in Lent and was originally seen as a time when the faithful would return to their “mother church”—the main church in the vicinity of their home—for a special service. .
    During the Middle Ages the custom developed of allowing those who had moved away to visit their home parishes and their mothers on Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent. This became Mothering Sunday in Britain, where it continued into modern times, although it has largely been replaced by Mother’s Day. Mother's Day is celebrated on Sunday, May 8, 2022. The history channel May 8,2022 https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/mothers-day
    The American embodiment of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 I just a deeply personal day for and visiting with your mother which became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. Unfortunately with the commercialization by florist retailers in card companies in other industries that work to promote the holiday, Jarvis would later condemn the holiday Jarvis felt that the day that she created to appreciate your mother and maybe help her around the house with other things or sit and talk and have a cup of tea, was ruined due to that commercialization and spent the later part of her life trying to remove it from the calendar.
    While dates and celebrations vary, Mother’s Day traditionally is celebrated in the United states in North America, South America, United Kingdom, Thailand, Mexico, Spain, Nepal, Ethiopia and many more.
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    • 12 min
    SPECIAL NOTICE FRIDAY MAY 6, 2022 - That Thing About Technical Difficulties

    SPECIAL NOTICE FRIDAY MAY 6, 2022 - That Thing About Technical Difficulties

    Hello one more thing before you go family, if you notice an episode did not go up today Friday, May 6. Unfortunately, this was due to some technical difficulties beyond our control. Happy to be thankful that 178 episodes in this is the first time a technical issue has prevented an episode from being posted; We're going to make it up to you, as the episode is actually dedicated to Mother’s Day so in that regard please forgive us for the technical difficulties beyond our control, and tune in this Sunday on Mother's Day for a special Mother's Day episode. We think everything has gotten squared away and will allow us to resume our regular broadcast schedule. We want to thank you very much for being part of the one more thing before you go family, I look forward to continuing to bring you the best of the best in conversation. And one more thing before you go have a fantastic day a great weekend and we'll see you on Sunday!


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    • 1 min
    That Thing About Guardian Angels, Heaven and Finding New Purpose

    That Thing About Guardian Angels, Heaven and Finding New Purpose

    In this episode: life changing journey, death defying incident, spiritual awakening and lessons for a better world. We have a conversation with a man whose book was inspired by a Guardian Angel to help motivate others to find the good in our lives and be grateful. I’m your host Michael Herst, welcome to One More Thing Before You Go, this is That Thing About 12 Hours of Heaven.
    My guest in this episode is Rick Ornelas known around the world as an Ultimate Success Coach™, bestselling author, and founder of I Spark Change. He helps those looking for clarity and guidance eliminate the roadblocks preventing their personal and professional success so they can infuse instant growth into their business and life while spreading positive change around the world. After a near-death experience, family tragedies, and deaths, he finally got the wake-up call in the form of divine inspiration and an awe-inspiring spiritual connection when he least expected it and creating a global movement to spread positive change. find out more about Rick, I Spark Change and how to get involved at: https://beforeyougopodcast.com


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    • 1 hr 1 min

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