Wise and Wacky Wounded Healer Podcast
By Cheryl Mlcoch
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I have a passion and desire to do my part in connecting with trauma survivors and helping them to nurture self-love and love for others! This can be very challenging after tragedy strikes and it can close your heart to the giving and receiving of love – which you desperately need and deserve in your life! The show consists of episodes that nurture you with a mind/body/spirit approach through education, tools and techniques, personal testimonies from me and other Wounded Healers, and a dose of wacky to help you remember how important laughter is for healing! Give yourself permission to heal.
||CleanEpisode 8: Interview with Wounded Healer & Author Lee Gaitan.||Lee Gaitan knows what it’s like to be hit out of nowhere by life! In 2002, she was forced to deal with the death of her father, her mother in the hospital, and the shocking loss of her husband who left her unexpectedly after 22 years of marriage....||5/1/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 7: Understanding & Healing Toxic Shame (Part 2)||Continue breaking down that shame wall today by combining your awareness from Part 1 (Ep. 6) and using the tools described in this episode. Get your power back!||4/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 6: Understanding & Healing Toxic Shame (Part 1)||Toxic Shame can stop you in your tracks and prevent your personal growth. It can destroy your relationships and keep you from exploding your gifts/talents. Begin breaking down that wall today!||3/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 5: Putting the FUN in Dysfunctional : Prescription for Laughter||Is laughter a part of your life? Can you laugh at yourself or do you take yourself too seriously? Let’s talk about the many benefits of adding humor in your life.||3/8/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 4: Connecting and Caring for Your Wounded Inner Child||--||2/20/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3: The risks of holding onto your emotional pain versus embracing it!||Today we open up your mind to the possibility of healing from doing something terrifying – turning towards your emotional pain. This pain can be an invitation to deal with the unfinished business of your past. Have you ever heard this definition...||2/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2: Learn FIVE REASONS why you should Share Your Story and why your story matters||There are so many reasons why sharing your personal pain can benefit you as well as other people. Today are we going to cover a few of those reasons and hopefully help to open the door to your healing!||2/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Get to know ME and what this podcast can do for YOU!||--||2/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Wise and Wacky Is Just What the Doctor Ordered!
In a sea overflowing with self-help podcasts--many very good--Cheryl Mlcoch has managed to create an original and effective platform for encouraging others without preachiness or platitudes. Her credentials on paper as a licensed professional counselor are solid and her life experience healing through her own traumas make her the 100% real thing. Expect helpful advice, wise counsel and sincere encouragement from Cheryl and her guests--all served up with a most welcome side of wackiness!
Just What We Need
Thank you, Cheryl, for taking on the topic of healing and trauma with a daring and courageous perspective. We need it. The field needs it. And your podcast is a refreshing reminder of the power of not just our wise-minds but also of laughter in our most difficult times.
My Source for Continuous Inspiration
My path to healing has suffered from unrealistic expectations (of myself), and an impossible application of logic instead of embracing my emotional truth. I'd spent my life over-thinking and under-feeling. Despite being married to this Wise & Wacky Wounded Healer for 16+ years, I can honestly say I am objective about her desire to help others find their way through the darkness, objective about the energy and talents she gives freely to get others to see what they are capable of, and "subjectively" in love with her ability to get people to laugh and dance, grow and heal. To me, she is many things, but for her journey through life, one song stands out. James Brown's "Get Up Offa That Thing". I've seen her pull people onto a dance floor and get them to forget about themselves. I've seen her pull people off her office couch and remember themselves. What a beautiful thing to witness.
"Get up offa that thing,
and dance 'till you feel better,
Get up offa that thing,
and try to release that pressure!"