Learning Well - Harriet Cabelly - Living Well Despite Adversity
Edge Talk Radio
Death of a loved one, divorce, illness, disability and any critical life-changing circumstance can become a springboard for growth and change, and a newly created rich and meaningful living. Join host Elise Marquam Jahns and guest Harriet Cabelly - a licensed clinical social worker and positive psychology coach as they share how grief and loss can also provide development, healing and growth. Ms. Cabelly spends her time counseling clients as they cope and grow through their grief and loss, challenges and adversities, helping them rebuild their lives with renewed purpose and joy. She is one of the coaching experts on 970AM radio, The Answer - Conversations with Joan; has appeared on ABC and Fox news as a parenting coach; facilitates empowering women’s groups; and has recently published her first book, Living Well Despite Adversity: Inspiration for Finding Renewed Meaning and Joy in Your Life.Learning Well is sponsored by the Integrative Health Education Center of Normandale Community College.Thank you for your interest in the Edge! Please go to edgemagazine.net to view the latest issue of the Edge.For information on advertising in the Edge please contact Cathy Jacobsen at 763.433.9291. Or via email at Cathy@edgemagazine.netFor article submission please contact Tim Miejan at 651.578.8969. Or via email at email@example.comAnd for further information regarding the Edge Talk Radio contact Cathryn Taylor at 612.710.7720 or via email at Cathryn@EFTForYourInnerChild.com
Harriet shares how having fun together and sharing meaningful experiences have made her relationship extraordinary. To book your relationship photoshoot, CJEA session, or to find out more about what we do, go to lifepixrelationships.as.me Waiting to hear from you! And to get the awesome Genius Relationships online course, go to GeniusRelationships.com
130 Coping with the current trauma with Harriet Cabelly
Working Women's Wealth: The confidence to grow yourself and your money to achieve your goals and dream retirement
How are you coping with the current trauma? Whilst no two stories are the same, people the world over are experiencing various levels of loss. And with that loss comes grief. Whether you are experiencing the loss of a loved one, freedom of movement, your income, or the life you knew before Covid-19, give yourself permission to grieve. My guest today, Harriet Cabelly, is a grief counsellor and positive psychology coach who talks about post-traumatic growth (the positive change and growth that comes about as a result of an adversity or loss). Because, although you may have no control over the bigger picture, you can choose - in the tiny daily decisions that you make - how you respond to your difficulties. There is hope. And there are other opportunities. How will YOU bounce back from this adversity?
Raising a Special Needs Child Into Adulthood With Guest Harriet Cabelly
Thriving in the Midst of Chaos: Parenting With Special Needs Kids
Episode 28: Raising a Special Needs Child Into Adulthood With Guest Harriet Cabelly In this episode, we discuss raising a child with special needs children into adulthood, and grief over the "loss of a shattered dream." Harriet's daughter, Nava, was born with agenesis of the corpus callosum. When her daughter was diagnosed, Harriet became very upset. She heard a lecture from a doctor who discussed parents going through the grief process when their child is diagnosed with a different need. She found psychotherapy and group therapy very helpful to help her through her grief. When you are pregnant, you expect a "normal and healthy" baby and when that doesn't happen, your dream may feel shattered. She found it helpful to "rebuild her new reality" and to set new dreams and goals within that new reality. Her daughter is now an adult. However, Harriet had to figure out how to facilitate the transition to adulthood. She first decided to think about what she was parenting toward, meaning what are your ultimate goals for the child and how can you assist the child to be as independent as they can be. To prepare her daughter for the transition, she made sure not to pity or enable her daughter, tolerate it when her daughter struggled, and to assist her daughter with being as independent as she could be. Assisting the child in gaining a sense of self-pride and self-esteem was very important. She highly recommends getting on a wait-list for independent living a few years prior to when you expect your child to be ready to move into independent living. It was also helpful for her to find and work with a special needs attorney or elder lawyer, in order to gain assistance and education regarding supplemental needs trusts and guardianship. Regarding work, she also recommends that the child obtain assistance and services through vocational rehabilitation. It is helpful to think about what your child likes and what his/her strengths are to help him/her find a job that is a good fit. She also found it helpful to have a Medicaid service coordinator that oversees things. If you have other children, it is really important to make sure you have one on one time with those other children as well. Links: Harriet Cabelly Email Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Living Well Despite Adversity Special Needs Trust Vocational Rehabilitation Email us if you have any questions or ideas! We are now on instagram! Check out updates on our website. Follow Thriving on Twitter. Check us out on Facebook and join our parent group! Please subscribe to our podcast in the iTunes store, or wherever you find your podcasts, Leave us a 5 star review, to help us know what you like and what you don't like, and to make sure other like-minded people find support through this podcast. Show Music: Intro Outro: Intro Outro 2 by Mattias Lahoud under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Theme Song: 90s rock style by monkeyman535 under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Self Care Song: Green and Orange No Water by Duncan Alex under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Hosted by: Jessica Temple and Lewis Temple Disclaimer: Our show is not designed to provide listeners with specific or personal legal, medical, or professional services or advice. Parents of children with health issues should always consult their health care provider for medical advice, medication, or treatment. Copyright 2020 Jessica and Lewis Temple
Episode 12 -" You Can't Heal What You Dont Feel" (David Kessler) Harriet Cabelly
Motivational Quotes and Inspirational Life Stories
Learn about the 6th Stage of Grief with Harriet Cabelly. Harriet is a Grief and Adversity Counsellor based out of New York. Her book "Living Well Despite Adversity" contains interviews with Cheryl Strayed, Temple Grandin, Meredith Vieira and others. A predominant theme in Harriet's life has been how to cope and grow through and beyond their adversities. She has always been greatly inspired by people who, against all odds, go on and live engaged, productive and meaningful lives when they are faced with the choice of becoming bitter or better. Some people grow and become better; others succumb and become bitter, remaining stuck in their pain. Not Harriet. She has grown to be a mentor to those facing adversity and an example of how we are not a victim of our circumstances.Learn to go from grief to growth, from pain to purpose, and from loss to found, with Harriet. She has a certificate in Positive Psychology and a life of experience on how to live beyond our circumstances. Harriet is the mother of a child with a severe neurological disorder who has defied all odds, and Harriet believes that we can all overcome our obstacles.You can contact Harriet at www.rebuildlifenow.com and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.You will love Harriet's motivational quotes and be inspired by her life story. She quotes David Kessler, who co-authored "You Can Heal Your Heart" with Louise Hay.
Episode 47 - "You Can't Heal What You Don't Feel" (David Kessler) with Harriet Cabelly
Heal Your Life Talk Radio Show with Victoria Johnson, Heal Your Life Trainer and Coach Trainer
Learn about the 6th Stage of Grief with Harriet Cabelly. Harriet is a Grief and Adversity Counsellor based out of New York. Her book "Living Well Despite Adversity" contains interviews with Cheryl Strayed, Temple Grandin, Meredith Vieira and others. A predominant theme in Harriet's life has been how to cope and grow through and beyond their adversities. She has always been greatly inspired by people who, against all odds, go on and live engaged, productive and meaningful lives when they are faced with the choice of becoming bitter or better. Some people grow and become better; others succumb and become bitter, remaining stuck in their pain. Not Harriet. She has grown to be a mentor to those facing adversity and an example of how we are not a victim of our circumstances. Learn to go from grief to growth, from pain to purpose, and from loss to found, with Harriet. She has a certificate in Positive Psychology and a life of experience on how to live beyond our circumstances. Harriet is the mother of a child with a severe neurological disorder who has defied all odds, and Harriet believes that we can all overcome our obstacles. You can contact Harriet at www.rebuildlifenow.com and by email at email@example.com. You will love Harriet's motivational quotes and be inspired by her life story. She quotes David Kessler, who co-authored "You Can Heal Your Heart" with Louise Hay.
Reconnecting with Yourself - Dr. Deb Interviews Harriet Cabelly, Author and Positive Psychology Coach
PTSD and Beyond
In this episode, Dr. Deb interviews Harriet Cabelly, LCSW, author, positive psychology coach, grief and adversity counselor, and speaker. Harriet describes when facing significant challenges, people often get stuck in focusing on the “why” questions of life. Due to her own life changing events, Harriet shares that nobody is immune from these types of events. She emphasizes that it’s rather how to live on and rise above the pain and suffering that accompanies life changing events. Harriet’s work, both personally and professionally, extends to include the growth component of trauma. She shares, “The real work lies in answering the ‘how’ questions of life – how do we cope and adjust, how do we rebuild our lives and re-create new dreams, discover renewed purpose and bring more joy into the lives we have.” Harriet wrote the book, Living Well Despite Adversity, to help others find renewed meaning and joy in their life. A collection of inspirational interviews, the book shares stories from some well-known people and their honest accounts of heartbreak, wisdom, purpose, and gratitude they found while facing challenges and loss. Learn more about Harriet and how to work with her by going to her website, RebuildLifeNow.com and follow on Harriet on Twitter @RebuildLife Instagram at RebuildLifeNow and Facebook @RebuildLifeNow If you enjoyed this episode of PTSD and Beyond, please click the “like” button and take a moment to comment and rate our podcast! Finally, remember to check-out PTSD and Beyond’s latest episode by clicking the subscribe and follow button! In addition to the PTSD and Beyond podcast, you can find Dr. Deb’s blog at DrDebLindh.com. There, you can find out how to work with Dr. Deb as a coach, schedule her for a workshop, or a speaking event. Also, connect with Dr. Deb on YouTube at Dr. Deb Lindh Twitter @DebraLindh and Instagram Dr. Debra Lindh.
N4L 109: "Living Well Despite Adversity" by Harriet Cabelly
Harriet Cabelly’s book, Living Well Despite Adversity: Inspiration for Finding Renewed Meaning and Joy in Your Life, began as a blog entitled, “Rebuild Life Now.” Seeking to represent a “diversity of adversity,” the author conducted monthly interviews with the likes of Cheryl Strayed, Temple Grandin, Meredith Viera, and other lesser-known people, all who have adversity in common. Now, collecting her 36 conversations in a book, Cabelly shares stories of heartbreak and grief, pain and persistence. These interviews illustrate how some have managed to transcend grand challenges by choosing to not only live through adversity but to thrive because of it. KEY POINTS When shattered dreams become adversity, we need to rebuild new dreams around our new reality. Unloading = painful journey of going into “a dark pit” of heart-wrenching feelings, which you must go through in order to come through; a liberating experience that releases toxicity Integrating (vs. overcoming, putting behind) - incorporating a challenge by making it part of your new normal with new dreams and goals Asking “Why?” is a waste of energy; instead, ask “How…?” Asking for help to get the support you need takes strength and courage. Writing can be a coping tool for grief and a mechanism to make sense of hard times. Starting an organization to help others who go through similar challenges can be healing. Regardless of why people are hit by adversity, their grieving experience is very similar. By going deep into the pain and allowing yourself to feel hurt, small openings let you see new possibilities, helping you repurpose yourself. Having a newly discovered purpose allows you to go forward living a life with real meaning (Viktor Frankl) When we let down our guard and become vulnerable, we morph into genuine human beings with authentic emotions, which connect us on the deepest human level. QUOTES FROM CABELLY "It’s no big deal to live well when all is going well in our lives, but my keen interest has been in those who have a lot of pain and hardship to deal with, yet still manage to—dare I say—thrive. I am in awe of such people." “What does it mean then to live well? It means living with a sense of meaning and purpose, with an ability to experience joy and satisfaction. It means to embrace the positive and deal with the negative; to live aligned with one’s values; to live with intention and be an active creator of our life, to put our best self forward so we can positively impact and be of service to others while we occupy a place on this earth.” “When adversity knocks us for a loop, living well means taking on the challenge and integrating it into our life. It’s not about succumbing to the problems and becoming a victim, or deciding on some level that our life is over because of them. It’s not about becoming bitter; it’s about becoming better.” “Each story is one of success since the people in them have all been able to not just live, but thrive. I offer them as inspiration and as a way for you to see and learn that you too can do it. We are not fixed human beings. We all have the capacity and potential to be more than we are, and to change—even in baby steps.” RECOMMENDATION Search Harriet Cabelly's book for many additional books written by the people she interviewed. BUY Living Well Despite Adversity: Inspiration for Finding Renewed Meaning and Joy in Your Life Connect with us on social media! Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Website Special thanks… Music Credit Sound Editing Credit