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In this Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast Series, Karen Broadhead, parent support specialist, interviews individuals from various Life Changing Services (LCS) programs and gets their personal stories, feedback, advice to others, and lessons learned. Hear about their struggles, what brought them to Life Changing Services, what they have learned, and what advice they would give to others who may be struggling. Hear their powerful testimonies and gain strength from those who have walked your ...
 
Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Clinical psychologist Dr. Nicholas Westers of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) interviews the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members of those who have self-injured. This podcast is meant to be a resource for parents, professionals, and people with lived ...
 
You discovered your kid is cutting, leaving you with a sinking feeling in your stomach. You ask yourself questions such as: Is my kid’s self-harm my fault? Did I fail as a parent? Where is the smiling kid I once knew? Cutting is the behavior that tells you something is definitely wrong and that your kid needs immediate understanding and help. Dr. J.J. Kelly has been working with teens and young adults for the last fifteen years, and she is the person whom other professionals send their self- ...
 
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Have you ever considered the importance of pulling weeds? It is far more important to pull the weeds in our own minds. Please join us today for the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast as Karen Broadhead interviews Maurice Harker on the importance of being an effective gardener and how to cultivate the soil of our brains. Incredibly beneficial topic…
 
On this episode, we are sitting down with Natasha Kamani, the director Lucky (0:50). Plus we give spoiler-free reviews on Tailgate (19:57), an official selection of North Bend Film Festival, and the conclusion of the Fear Street trilogy in 1666 (34:46). Lucky is now streaming exclusively on Shudder. You can pick it up on DVD and VOD beginning Augus…
 
Joining us today is Bridgitte Stuart, MS, LMHC, C-DBT a licensed psychotherapist with 4 years of experience in mending and bridging gaps in the mental health field. Bridgitte has gained clinical knowledge and experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and carries a background in working with individuals across lifespans. She specializes …
 
Anthony Bourdain was a world renowned cultural icon. Not solely in the kitchen but as a celebrated author and world traveler. In the documentary, Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain, viewers are given intimate details from those who knew him best. In this podcast we celebrate the life of Bourdain. We discuss the importance of addiction recove…
 
Can a small thing bring you to anger in a matter of seconds? Do you find yourself repeating things you’ve sworn you’d never do again? Do you feel your emotions controlling your actions and words, leading to regret or shame? We all deal with temptation. For each person, the struggle is unique, but the battle is ongoing for all of us. However, Paul t…
 
Is Pig worthy of high praise? While Nicolas Cage and Alex Wolf are on the hunt for Cage’s pet pig. We examine the latest drama from the Academy Award winning actor is worth his legacy. Join us as we discuss the importance of value, self-worth, kindness, the positive mental health effects of pets and much more. Pig is now playing in limited release.…
 
Joining us today is Lori Glenn Reibach, who works for a national health care system for the treatment of eating disorders. Lori is a mental health and marriage, family, couples therapist who has been practicing in the field since 2019. She specializes in eating disorders, addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, and other mood disorders. No matter h…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1985’s Ghoulies to see what will stare back. Joined by Ghoulies superfan and Psycho Cinema (https://bit.ly/agguest01) hostess, Faye Guerra, to discuss the Gremlins legacy attached to the film, the unusual sequels, the underlining themes of religion and much more. Strange things can happen when you look into the toile…
 
What's the point of getting back up after you fall? Did you gain anything from the experience? In this weeks episode of The Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast, Karen Broadhead interviews Bed Eden, a graduate of the Men of Moroni Program, on the importance of talking about emotions, and being committed to change. Please join us as we learn even mor…
 
Black Widow gives more context for Natasha's backstory after a decade of fan requests, but it did it live up to that tall order? Dan and Josh break down this film in almost real time to highlight what it does well and where it missed the mark. Check out our spoiler-filled discussion on the highly anticipated Black Widow film. If you or someone you …
 
Today we discuss the lesson learned from 2021 Scripp's Spelling Bee champion, Zaila Avante-Garde. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-TALK [800-273-8255] 1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433] Teen Line (Los Angeles) 800-852-8336 The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline) 866-488-7386 National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233] Cris…
 
Is Willy's Wonderland worthy of high praise? The movie in which pits Nicolas Cage against a horde of evil animatronics will no doubt draw comparisons to Five Night at Freddy's. On the surface we find Cage facing off against Willy and his gang of animatronics. There is so much more to the wonderland including some epics horror gags, unpacking trauma…
 
Do your thoughts ever bring you down? Have you wondered why negative thoughts enter your brain, and have you noticed how they affect the way you feel, and then how they determine the things you decide to do - or not do? The good news is that we don’t have to be at the mercy of our thoughts! Our brain is a phenomenal tool, and using it effectively, …
 
Is the purge really over? Or is it forever? Join us as we dissect the fifth, and supposedly final, entry into the Purge franchise. Join a hardcore franchise fan and someone who is fresh to it as we navigate our way through the complex world of the purge through its immigration commentary, politics and brutal violence. If you or someone you know is …
 
Len and Vincent from Micheaux Mission (https://bit.ly/390guest) join us to discuss the HBO Max original movie, Charm City Kings, in the season finale for our series: Celebration of Diversity. Join us as we discuss the vision behind the mission for Len and Vincent. Along with Len's other project, The Black Tribbles (https://bit.ly/390guest1). In thi…
 
Leo discusses the new Anthony Bourdain documentary and the 8 reasons why men complete suicide after divorce. He also discusses antidotes to the issues. Link to article mentioned: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1557988314546395 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-TALK [800-273-8255] 1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433] Teen Line (Los…
 
Why is it important to talk about nonsuicidal self-injury among LGBTQ individuals? Just how prevalent is self-injury among those who identify as LGBTQ? And are there differences in rates of self-injury among sexual minority individuals (e.g., Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual) compared to those that are Transgender or Gender Diverse? In this episode, Dr. …
 
"Why use the name called Like Dragons Did They Fight?" In todays episode of the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast Karen Broadhead interviews the director of Life Changing Services, Maurice Harker, on the importance of connecting the chemistry of the brain to our thoughts and actions. You are not your worst enemy, the reason we should stay at leve…
 
Joining is today is Anjani Amladi, M.D., is a double board-certified Adult Psychiatrist and Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist focusing on an integrative approach to patient care. Dr. Amladi has an extensive background in treating a wide variety of psychiatric disorders such as: ADHD, OCD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, and eating…
 
What would you do if you won the Lottery? Nicolas Cage apparently splits his winnings with random strangers he forgets to tip in this surprisingly wholesome mid-90s romantic comedy, It Could Happen to You. In this episode, we discuss the toxicity of abusive relationships, good guy archetypes in Hollywood, the importance of acceptance and much more.…
 
“The Truth Shall Make You Free” (John 8:32) Have you ever found out that someone has been lying to you, and that those lies have been affecting your thoughts and the way you’ve been living every day? The truth is that we may all be listening to lies - and living our lives in accordance with those lies - and not even know it. In this episode of the …
 
Joining us today is Erin Kenney, MS, RD, HCP, who is a Registered Dietitian, Holistic Cannabis Practitioner, and CEO of Nutrition Rewired, a Boston-based company providing nutrition counseling and meal planning to help individuals achieve optimal physical and mental health and wellbeing. She specializes in gastrointestinal issues, eating disorders,…
 
A natural progression of stories and realities. As we move from Moonlight's coming of age, sexual identity journey to the prejudice which haunts the LGBTQIA community. Journey with us as the look at the journey of Malik through the Shudder original movie, Spiral with Wi-Moto of Black Women are Scary. Sometimes acceptance could be the way to save a …
 
How could this happen? I’ve been doing my best. In today’s episode of the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast Karen Broadhead, the Parent Support Specialist for Life Changing Services, interviews Debbie Stransky, a life coach. Come and join us as Debbie and Karen go over important topics and principles such as the importance of Lost Battle Analysis…
 
Saddle up because we’re talking about Concrete Cowboy for the fifth chapter in our Celebration of Diversity Series. We chat in studio with local RVA entrepreneur Jasmine Robinson-Hence to talk about her business Body for Love (https://www.bodyforlove.co/). Find out how a hobby grew into a nail and body butter business. We’re also talking about the …
 
In this mini-episode we are discussing our spoiler-free thoughts on the documentary, Pray Away from executive producers Jason Blum and Ryan Murphy. The film showcases the conversion therapy ministry Exodus International and their rise and fall. The film premiered at this year's Tribeca Film Festival and hits Netflix this August. If you or someone y…
 
Joining me today is Tracee Stanley to discuss how her book, "Radiant Rest," and how yoga nidra can help us all rest, restore and feel rejuvenated. We even a yoga nidra meditation during the episode. Enjoy! BIO: I have been studying Yoga and Tantra since 1995. After reading a translation of the Yoga Sutra’s in 2000, I went on a quest for teachings t…
 
We are joined by romance author, Lucy Eden (https://www.lucyeden.com/) , to discuss the 2020 romantic comedy, The Photograph for our fourth chapter in our Celebration of Diversity series. Lucy shares her diverse line of books and mixing genres. Along with joining us to discuss relationships, learning from the past, growing into new ones and much mo…
 
Have you ever been asked, “Who do you think you are?” It’s actually a very good question. On today’s coaches episode of the Like Dragons Did They Fight podcast, Karen Broadhead and four other Eternal Warriors Coaches talk about the difference it makes to remember our true identity - who we really are - and our purpose - why we are here. The negativ…
 
In the third chapter of our Celebration of Diversity series, we turn our attention to the coming of age 2017 Best Picture Winner, Moonlight. As we celebrate black stories and creators, we equally celebrate the LGBTQIA story of Chiron as well. Journey with us as we look at the struggles of sexual identity, finding true love, encountering bullying an…
 
On this episode we are sitting down with Justin G. Dyck and Keith Cooper; the director and writer behind Anything for Jackson (1:48). Jason Seaux, the artist behind Nercoman, joins us to talk about The Conjuring:The Devil Made Me Do It on our audio version from our Twtich stream on June 7th, 2021 (21:43). Anything for Jackson is currently streaming…
 
Joining us today is Dr. Barnes, who obtained a PhD in clinical psychology from Binghamton University in 2011 following a pre-doctoral internship at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. He then joined the Rocky Mountain MIRECC as a fellow in the VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research and Treatment. Dr. Barnes completed fellowship, be…
 
The sequel or prequel depending on how you look at it, to 1993’s Deadfall (https://bit.ly/hipraise01) comes in the form of 2017’s Arsenal. Nicolas Cage returns to play Eddie King; one of his most bizarre and insane roles in this crime thriller. We discuss the Zach Snyder connection to this movie, our own ties to the world of drugs, film trivia and …
 
The Flash is at it again. Though is it really his fault this time. Journey with us back to the age of World War II as we talk about the latest DC animated adventure in Justice Society: World War II. Justice Society: World War II is available now on digital platforms, Blu-Ray and DVD. If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggli…
 
Can you become addicted to marijuana? Or is just the effects? Dave Chappelle answers those questions through his 1998 comedy Half Baked. In our second chapter of Celebration of Diversity, we dive into our first stoner comedy as Chappelle gives us an in detailed breakdown of the culture and breaks stereotypes along the way. Plus, we’ll address the s…
 
When is it appropriate for someone who engages in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) to be admitted to an acute psychiatric inpatient program? And how realistic is it to expect no self-injury or self-harm to occur at all while in the hospital? How should hospital staff respond and intervene when someone engages in self-injury while on an inpatient unit…
 
Do I have to pay for all the classes and professional help? Today in the Life Dragons Did They Fight Podcast, Maurice Harker the founder of the Sons of Helaman Program and Life Changing Services explains what you can do before an addiction manifests to prevent it, what to do before you seek therapeutic help, and things you can do to better understa…
 
Joining us today is Amanda Kostura, who is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Child and Family Development and a Master’s of Science in Social Work from the University of Akron. Amanda has been employed in the behavioral health field for over 10 years in both direct service and administra…
 
Welcome to Good Burger, home of the good burger, will you travel down nostalgia road with us? Andy and Masha, from Love What I Love Podcast (http://bit.ly/385guest), joins us to kick off our celebration of diversity series with Good Burger. Learn why a Nickelodeon movie, like Good Burger, is important to the subgenre of black cinema and what it mea…
 
On this episode we are sitting down with Introducing Jodea writer Chloe Traicos (0:47), giving a spoiler-free review of A Quiet Place: Part II (28:07) and giving our thoughts on the Shudder original film, Caveat (34:45). Introducing Jodea is available on VOD and digital beginning June 4th 2021. A Quiet Place: Part II is now playing in theaters ever…
 
Welcome to Claymore! A place where Capt. Nostalgia and Abigail Bardwell welcome Abigail's mom to discuss the film Girl, Interrupted. Girl opens up conversations to properly understand what Borderline Personality Disorder is and how to understand the signs that an individual might have it. Plus we're breaking down all the characters and their mental…
 
Are you ever frustrated in your efforts to actually live all the principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ that you’ve known for years, but you can’t seem to make a daily part of your life? Does your life seem too messy to fix, and too hard to endure with any measure of happiness? In this, the second episode of the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcas…
 
We had a chance to sit down with Andrew Thomas Hunt, the director behind the rocking independent action movie Spare Parts. Spare Parts is available on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital beginning June 1st from RLJE Films. You can read our spoiler free review here: http://bit.ly/spbluray If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with…
 
Joining us today is Rory O'Connor: a Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Glasgow where he leads the Suicidal Behaviour Research Laboratory. He is a world leader on suicide research and prevention and has been working in this area for 25 years. In January 2021, Rory became President of the International Association for Suicide Preven…
 
Have you ever wondered what your soul looks like? We’re gonna take a glimpse into what Paul Giamatti’s looks like with the 2009 film, Cold Souls. Filmmaker Braden Duemmler (Director of What Lies Below, Now Streaming on Netflix) joins to talk about the mystery (& strangeness) of the movie, the importance of finding long-standing joy, the importance …
 
Miguel Rosario, Olympic hopeful and father of four, shares how he managed chronic pain, manages suicidal thoughts and connects with his community. IG: @5cdheadquarters We discuss: benefits of celery juice surviving sexual trauma how dancing saved his life meditative aspects of cooking asking "what's the best part of your day?" allowing yourself to …
 
In this episode, Lexy details her experience of engaging in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and the stigma she has encountered as a result of self-injury and self-harm. Lexy is the current Student Representative of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) and a PhD candidate working in the area of self-injury stigma. She is curr…
 
What is your motivation to keep going when things get hard? Why is it so important to have our hearts in what we are doing, trying to accomplish, or just life in general? Today Karen Broadhead the Parent Support Specialist for Life Changing Services and Director of Mothers Who Know interviews Karlianne Whittington, a coach for Life Changing Service…
 
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