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Omar Pinto, the host of the SHAIR Podcast, is a world-renowned Life Coach, Recovery Coach and Speaker. He helps people break free from unhealthy habits and heal the areas of their lives that are preventing them from living a life of happiness, fulfilment, and joy. Each week Omar interviews individuals who SHAIR their incredible journey of recovery as well as coaching people one on one live on the call. If you are interested in exploring an Alcohol-Free Lifestyle, becoming the best version of yourself and discovering the Recovery Pathway that is right for you, then you are in the right place.

The SHAIR Recovery Podcast Omar Pinto

    • Mental Health
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Omar Pinto, the host of the SHAIR Podcast, is a world-renowned Life Coach, Recovery Coach and Speaker. He helps people break free from unhealthy habits and heal the areas of their lives that are preventing them from living a life of happiness, fulfilment, and joy. Each week Omar interviews individuals who SHAIR their incredible journey of recovery as well as coaching people one on one live on the call. If you are interested in exploring an Alcohol-Free Lifestyle, becoming the best version of yourself and discovering the Recovery Pathway that is right for you, then you are in the right place.

    SRC 005 - Holding On To What we Want and Neglecting what we Deserve

    SRC 005 - Holding On To What we Want and Neglecting what we Deserve

    In this week’s SHAIR Recovery Coaching call, we helped Chris navigate the uncomfortable world of boundaries. At home during the COVID-19 quarantine with his two adult sons, Chris has found himself engaging in maladaptive coping mechanisms to handle his frustrations.
    Even after nine years of sobriety from addiction, he's fearful that his kids still see him as the "Alcoholic Dad." With strained relationships, unspoken feelings, and living in close quarters, he's forced to take a look at the frayed relationships he doesn't want to lose. He must ask himself if it's worth holding onto them, or if he should begin to set boundaries and risk having his sons in his life to be seen in a light that he undoubtedly deserves.
    In this week’s SHAIR Recovery Coaching call, you’ll learn:
    How to identify negative patterns we’ve developed to cover up feelings of inadequacy. How to effectively set boundaries with family members. How to have deep conversations with loved ones about past addictive behavior How to get our needs met when we’ve been neglecting them for years, only to please others For the show notes and links for this episode go to theshairpodcast.com/005.
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    • 51 min
    SP 281: Juggling the Jenkins with Tiffany Jenkins

    SP 281: Juggling the Jenkins with Tiffany Jenkins

    "I felt nothing and it was such a glorious experience. I didn’t feel anxiety, depression, or out of place."

    That was Comedian Tiffany Jenkins first experience with alcohol.

    Years later, her addiction brought her to a desperate place where she prayed for death. Later, diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Depression, Mild Schizophrenia, and Bipolar Disorder, her inability to cope with these underlying issues kept her stuck in addiction for years.

    In this weeks SHAIR Podcast, you’ll learn about:
    The different patterns of codependency How mental health issues can prevent us from getting sober long-term Characteristics of empaths and how they can affect recovery The importance of gratitude and how it can change our perspectives, ultimately changing our life. Today, Tiffany Jenkins is a person in long-term recovery, a wife, mother, Best-Selling Author, and “funny lady” behind Juggling the Jenkins. Best known for her viral funny YouTube videos, she’s passionate about speaking on mental awareness, and substance abuse disorder. She has headlined her own cross-country tour, and speaks in jails, high schools, recovery events, and more.
    For the show notes and links for this episode go to theshairpodcast.com/281.
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    SRC 004 - The Inner Critic - Reframing Negative Self-Talk

    SRC 004 - The Inner Critic - Reframing Negative Self-Talk

    How do we combat the inner critic that tells us we’re no good?
    Negative self-talk is something we all have, and it’s one thing that prevents us from fulfilling our full potential.
    It’s in the moments of self-doubt, fear, and being uncomfortable with ourselves that we created self-soothing in the first place, and it’s in these moments we crave relief. If we’re not equipped with the proper tools, we can start to romance a drink, a drug or an unhealthy behavior. Even though we know it’s not good for us, when we give in the negative self-talk becomes louder and our inner critic becomes harsher.
    There’s a window of time in these moments where we can begin to pause, rethink, and reteach ourselves new habits to join the opposing forces of the internal battle inside of us, all while finding relief and self-soothing other ways. 
    Join Omar Pinto in this week’s SHAIR Recovery Coaching call as we ask hard questions, learn ways to shred the facade of the inner critic and empower ourselves to live out our full potential and combat negative self-talk
    For the show notes and links for this episode go to theshairpodcast.com/004.
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    SP 280: Meredith Atwood - The Year of No Nonsense

    SP 280: Meredith Atwood - The Year of No Nonsense

    With no higher power or 12-step work, Meredith Atwood white-knuckled sobriety. After substance abuse, suicide attempts, and binge eating issues, she had realization that she would be dead within a year, and made the decision to stop drinking cold turkey. Growing up in a religious cult, Meredith couldn’t subscribe to the thought of surrendering. After compensating for her behavior with triathlons and Ironman competitions, she came to the point where she had to sit with herself and begin to truly heal. 
    As a former attorney, Meredith Atwood is a podcaster, speaker, and author of The Year of No Nonsense, and Host of “The Same 24 Hours” podcast. She’s been featured in The Boston Globe, The New York Post, the Seattle Times, and recovery advocate and contributing writer for Psychology Today.
    Holding onto the belief that we all have our own personal brands of “no nonsense,” in this inspiring conversation, Meredith takes us through the exploration of getting out of the way of our own personal happiness. 
    “Many of us don’t know how to process uncomfortable feelings and we want to run. Sitting with yourself is terrifying and the hardest thing I've had to do. I’m alive, I made it another day, and it’s really one day at a time.”
    For the show notes and links for this episode go to theshairpodcast.com/280.
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    SRC 003 - Setting Effective Boundaries with a Parent or Loved One

    SRC 003 - Setting Effective Boundaries with a Parent or Loved One

    Setting effective boundaries is hard. In this week’s SHAIR recovery coaching call, we helped Brandi navigate boundaries with her Mother.
    It’s completely normal for all of us to expect our parents or loved ones to be loving people. However, when addiction, trauma, and other issues come into play, we can begin to feel responsible for our loved one's emotional state - fueling codependency. When this happens, many of us find ourselves in that all-or-nothing thinking. Do we sever the relationship for good, or give into unhealthy patterns? Once we do some healing on our end, there may be a middle ground we can learn to find.
    Setting effective boundaries gives individuals and family members the chance to get to know one another with mutual respect, form closer bonds, and continue to foster connection. Once we’re able to recognize that we’re not responsible for our loved one’s emotional state, we can begin to set effective boundaries by reframing our relationship, detaching with love, and getting support from those around us we trust.
    Setting boundaries is a continuous process but can be extremely effective if we learn how to detach with love, and reframe the way we view these relationships. Don’t miss this in depth and emotional SHAIR Recovery Coaching call with Life Coach, Omar Pinto.
    For the show notes and links for this episode go to theshairpodcast.com/003.
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    • 53 min
    SP 279: Amberly Lago - True Grit and Grace

    SP 279: Amberly Lago - True Grit and Grace

    At 38, Amberly Lago was a personal trainer, avid runner, and sponsored by Nike. 
    However, she never expected her life to turn upside down. Hit by an SUV, she underwent 34 surgeries to save her leg from amputation. Diagnosed with an incurable disease dubbed the “suicide disease” she lost her business, self-confidence, and dealing with chronic-pain in her leg quickly spiraled her into addiction. 
    Too scared to live, too scared to die, and a flicker of determination left, Amberly asked herself if she was going to sit back and play the victim or choose to be resilient and face unresolved trauma, past sexual abuse, and push forward to heal from chronic pain. 
    Today, Amberly Lago is a health and wellness coach, TEDx speaker, and a leading expert in the field of resilience and transformation. She is the best-selling author of “True Grit and Grace” and empowers people around the world by sharing how she turned a tragedy into triumph. 
    Through her book, coaching methods, and workshops she has curated unique tools to teach others how to tap into their superpower of resilience and persevere through any of life’s challenges. She offers hope and solutions for anyone living in chronic pain to live life to the fullest. Amberly has most recently been featured on NBC’s The Today Show, The Doctors, Hallmark, and contributed to magazines such as Shape, Fit Pregnancy, Health, and Disability Magazine.  
    Even if circumstances have narrowed life possibilities, Amberly’s story shows you can get through with grit and grace.
    For the show notes and links for this episode go to theshairpodcast.com/279.
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    • 1 hr 13 min

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Jessicapamela ,

Episode with Mr. Shubaly

Thank you so much for this episode! I connected with it on so many levels. I appreciated you guys touching base on AA not being for everyone, I struggled with this at the beginning of my sobriety because I just did not fit in. Instead I found what worked for me, podcasts, apps, writing and meditating. So thank you for reaffirming that we don’t have to go to AA to get sober. Also on the whole machismo and cultural aspect of men and their toughness a lot more people need to hear this and understand it. Love this podcast!

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Next level podcast

Omar is my favorite podcast host hands down ! He has amazing way bringing the most out of his guest !!! So much great content and easy to listen to ! Highly recommended

keepckesn ,

Love Omar

This episode all I hear is a angry person that has nothing positive to say . Ranting about his political views . Not the usual
Inspiring guest I am use to 😫 I listen to this podcast to escape all the hate that causes me to drink .

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