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Over It And On With It

Christine Hassler provides you with practical tools and spiritual principles to help you overcome whatever obstacles might be holding you back. Each episode, Christine coaches callers live on the air offering them inspiration and guidance to heal their past, change their present and create what they really want. Topics include: relationships, career, health, transitions, finances, life purpose, spirituality and whatever else callers have questions about. Christine coaches "regular people" on problems – and opportunities - we all face. It's a show that reminds you that you are not alone, while also teaching things you can implement in your own life.
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Now displaying: June, 2018
Jun 30, 2018
Listen to a fun an informative conversation with “The Goddess of Skin” and my personal Esthetician as we talk skin care, advise on anti-aging treatments, products and DIY treatments. Dayle is a certified “Skin Geek” and have lived, breathed, and cared for her client’s skin for almost thirty years as an Esthetician. Her philosophy goes beyond skin deep; she believes we need to have a greater appreciation for our skin, more of a spiritual connection. Her skin care practice evolved into a product line after years of research, and creating and testing natural ingredient combinations. What was once a dream is a now a reality: the Goddess of Skin line combines rich, yummy, natural butters, essential oils and cosmeceuticals together to create skin care products which not only protect our bodies from damaging chemicals, but our environment as well. The Goddess of Skin line is comprised of a base of three proprietary blended organic oils. These oils have a very small molecular structure, so they penetrate deeply and are not comedogenic. In this base, Dayle adds many different cosmeceuticals that will support, nourish, and feed the skin. Her ingredients are Cruelty Free and sustainable. Learn more and shop at https://www.goddessofskin.com/
Jun 27, 2018
This call is about clearing up the past to see the future more clearly. Today’s caller, Summer, wants to gain clarity about her future but we focus on things in her past that are blocking her view and keeping her stuck. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode146] When we engage in unhealthy patterns it’s like being in quicksand. It’s a slow sinking process that makes us feel stuck. It’s not like falling into a big hole where it is obvious that we need to get out quick. It’s the patterns we can stay with for a while. But, if you stay sinking for too long, part of you will go under and you will feel trapped permanently. How you get clear on your vision and how you keep moving forward is to stop doing things in the present that are direct contradictions to what you want. It is nearly impossible to have a vision for our future when the past gets in the way. You don’t have to inspect every aspect of your past but if you are still in patterns that originated in old wounding and limiting beliefs, your vision is probably more reactive than authentic. It keeps you wanting things in your future to compensate for your past wounds. You will want money to fill a self-worth void, you will want fame to fill a lack of validation, or you will crave relationships and attention to fill an old hurt from feeling like you didn’t belong. I am conducting a one-day workshop for men and women in London on July 21st. Visit Christine Hassler in London or Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. And, my 2019 Signature Retreat will be in San Diego in March. This event always fills up quickly so go to Christine’s Spring Retreat to secure your spot. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Are you having trouble gaining clarity on your vision for the future? ? Are you stuck in old patterns? ? Are you experiencing physical symptoms or have you been diagnosed with some label or a disorder you can’t seem to get relief from? Summer’s Question: Summer wants to know how to get clarity on her vision. Summer’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She feels stuck in her career and relationship. ? She has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. ? She is scared of ending things. ? She was bullied growing up. ? She was rebellious as a teen. ? She has an identity crisis based on her culture. ? Her first period was a traumatic experience. ? She has an anxious attachment style. ? She wants to be single. ? She needs validation. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to communicate with her eleven-year-old self about her first menstruation. ? She needs to pay attention to what she wants to heal. ? She needs to create a self-care plan including a healer and a support team. Assignments For You: ? Consider the things you may be currently doing that are in direct contradiction to what you want. ? If you are ready to get out of the quicksand, make an empowering self-care plan. ? When looking for healers, find someone with a mind-body connection — especially if you are dealing with a physical ailment. Sponsors: Daily Burn — is the world’s leading provider of online fitness programs. They provide a personalized workout plan including cardio, yoga, dance, kickboxing, and more. The daily live workout is great for travelers. Get your FREE 30-day trial at the link above. Resources: Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community Expectation Hangover Christine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches Corner Christine on Facebook Christine’s Books @ChristinHassler on Twitter @ChristineHassler on Instagram Assist@ChristineHassler.com — For those interested in being on the show Aubrey Marcus Podcast — The Purpose of Pain with Christine Hassler
Jun 23, 2018
Listen in to this healing and uplifting conversation about loss, transition, and love with Christine’s dear friend Kristine Carlson. Kristine Carlson is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and leader in the field of transformation. After collaborating with her late husband Dr. Richard Carlson to create a publishing industry phenomenon with the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series—selling more than 25 million copies worldwide—today, Kris is emerging as a profound teacher in the areas that matter most to the human heart: how to heal and how to love. Kris has captivated readers around the world with her previous six books, her latest being From Heartbreak to Wholeness: The Hero’s Journey to Joy. In this book, she offers a process for healing that goes beyond common prescriptions for getting through the pain of heartbreak of all kinds. She takes readers by the hand, giving them a life-altering map for navigating the journey from loss to joy—one that can awaken them to a deep love affair with life.
Jun 20, 2018
This call is about depression and suicidal thoughts. Today’s caller, Natasha, has gone to a very dark place and is searching for the point of her life. One of the reasons so many people feel depressed is because they feel alone — like they don't belong and that they don't matter. It's not true. You are not alone, you do belong and you do matter. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode145] When you are in a dark place, you feel hopeless, that you are a burden, or like people won't understand you, you must talk about it. You do not have to go through it on your own. If you feel like there is no one to reach out to and you have had suicidal thoughts call the Suicide Prevention Hotline (800-273-8255). When a person feels separate from everyone else and in a dark place, they truly believe they won't be missed and they are a burden. Suicide sounds like a selfish act and it's not something that can be made sense of. If you hold resentment to anyone who has attempted to or been successful at taking their own life, it doesn't serve you. Let it go and stop trying to make sense of it. The recipe for depression is feeling alone and suppressed feelings. If you feel your entire existence is a burden to others you may be questioning the purpose of your life. If you relate to this, I encourage you to get more connected. It involves reaching out, asking for help, and connecting to a higher power. It is important to develop a spiritual practice. All of us have access to love from the universe. Love yourself enough to explore and deepen the connection. Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. I am conducting a one-day workshop for men and women in London on July 21st. Visit Christine Hassler in London or Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Have you ever questioned the point of your life? ? Have you ever had suicidal thoughts even for a fleeting moment? ? Do you struggle with depression? If you do, do you hide it from others and feel maybe feel guilty because your life looks good from the outside? ? Do you feel like you belong? ? Do you feel connected to yourself, to others or to the universe? Natasha’s Question: Natasha battles with seeing the point of her life and is asking for help. Natasha’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She has attempted to hurt herself. ? She was scared and asked for help. ? She can get to a really dark place. ? She doesn’t feel useful to the people around her. ? She feels like a burden. ? She suppresses her thoughts and feelings. ? She feels separate from everyone. ? She lacks self-love. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to express everything she has held inside for decades. ? She should do the emotional release tools from Expectation Hangover. ? She needs to connect to a higher power. ? She needs to ask the universe for help, love, and support. ? She needs to drop the pressure and guilt she places on herself. ? She should see a somatic therapist. Assignments For You: ? Reach out for help and let go of any shame you feel about it. ? Drop the pressure of having it all together. Don’t feel bad about reaching out for help when you feel sad. ? Ask the universe for help and for connection. ? Go find joy in living your life. Sponsors: Havenly — helps you create beautifully designed spaces with an interior designer based on your unique style. Take the freestyle quiz and get the guaranteed best prices when you order direct from Havenly. Use the link above for 25% off your first design package. Fabletics — offers premium activewear at a great value. They have the world's best leggings. Fabletics delivers on performance and style. Use the link to take the style quiz...
Jun 20, 2018
This call is about depression and suicidal thoughts. Today’s caller, Natasha, has gone to a very dark place and is searching for the point of her life. One of the reasons so many people feel depressed is because they feel alone — like they don't belong and that they don't matter. It's not true. You are not alone, you do belong and you do matter. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode145] When you are in a dark place, you feel hopeless, that you are a burden, or like people won't understand you, you must talk about it. You do not have to go through it on your own. If you feel like there is no one to reach out to and you have had suicidal thoughts call the Suicide Prevention Hotline (800-273-8255). When a person feels separate from everyone else and in a dark place, they truly believe they won't be missed and they are a burden. Suicide sounds like a selfish act and it's not something that can be made sense of. If you hold resentment to anyone who has attempted to or been successful at taking their own life, it doesn't serve you. Let it go and stop trying to make sense of it. The recipe for depression is feeling alone and suppressed feelings. If you feel your entire existence is a burden to others you may be questioning the purpose of your life. If you relate to this, I encourage you to get more connected. It involves reaching out, asking for help, and connecting to a higher power. It is important to develop a spiritual practice. All of us have access to love from the universe. Love yourself enough to explore and deepen the connection. Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. I am conducting a one-day workshop for men and women in London on July 21st. Visit Christine Hassler in London or Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Have you ever questioned the point of your life? ? Have you ever had suicidal thoughts even for a fleeting moment? ? Do you struggle with depression? If you do, do you hide it from others and feel maybe feel guilty because your life looks good from the outside? ? Do you feel like you belong? ? Do you feel connected to yourself, to others or to the universe? Natasha’s Question: Natasha battles with seeing the point of her life and is asking for help. Natasha’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She has attempted to hurt herself. ? She was scared and asked for help. ? She can get to a really dark place. ? She doesn’t feel useful to the people around her. ? She feels like a burden. ? She suppresses her thoughts and feelings. ? She feels separate from everyone. ? She lacks self-love. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to express everything she has held inside for decades. ? She should do the emotional release tools from Expectation Hangover. ? She needs to connect to a higher power. ? She needs to ask the universe for help, love, and support. ? She needs to drop the pressure and guilt she places on herself. ? She should see a somatic therapist. Assignments For You: ? Reach out for help and let go of any shame you feel about it. ? Drop the pressure of having it all together. Don’t feel bad about reaching out for help when you feel sad. ? Ask the universe for help and for connection. ? Go find joy in living your life. Sponsors: Havenly — helps you create beautifully designed spaces with an interior designer based on your unique style. Take the freestyle quiz and get the guaranteed best prices when you order direct from Havenly. Use the link above for 25% off your first design package. Fabletics — offers premium activewear at a great value. They have the world's best leggings. Fabletics delivers on performance and style. Use the link to take the style quiz...
Jun 16, 2018
In this timely and important episode, Christine talks to Dr. Gail Saltz, a leading psychiatrist and mental health advocate, about a myriad of mental health challenges and how we can treat them and help those we love who may be suffering. Dr. Saltz is best known for her work as a relationship, family, emotional wellbeing, and mental health/wellness contributor in the media and frequently shares her expertise and advice in print, online, on television and radio. Her newest book, The Power of Different: The Link Between Disorder and Genius examines brain differences (i.e. ADD, learning disabilities, Bipolar, Autism, etc.) and the connection between the potential for great talent and conditions commonly thought to be disabilities. She reveals how the source of struggle can be the origin of greatest strengths, and shares inspiring stories of remarkable individuals whose very conditions that caused them to experience difficulty at school, in social situations, at home, or at work, are inextricably bound to creative, disciplinary, artistic, empathetic and cognitive abilities (including bestselling author John Irving, Albert Einstein, astrophysicist Mario Livio, David Sedaris, ABC News Anchor Dan Harris, Andrew Solomon, and more.) Dr. Saltz is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the NY Presbyterian Hospital Weill-Cornell School of medicine, a psychoanalyst with the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and has a private practice in Manhattan. Connect with her here: https://drgailsaltz.com/
Jun 13, 2018
This call is about creating your future instead of reliving your past. Today’s caller, Rachel, has a deep fear of loss. When her husband cheated on her, she felt as though she forgave him but she is having trouble getting over it and on with the life she wants. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode144] Usually when there is cheating the person who has been cheated on blames themselves or wonders what they did wrong. Anyone who has been cheated on has done nothing wrong. Choose to let go, accept that it happened, let it go, heal the past and create the future you desire. Anything you are thinking about SO much that you feel payoff just from thinking about it, I encourage you to get the payoff in a different, more supportive way. Instead, think about a goal or experience that lights you up. Choose to let it go so you can enjoy the present and create your future rather than reliving your past. For example, If you keep thinking about a mistake you made instead of beating yourself up over and over again think about how you will apply the lessons you learned to a future event. Not allowing ourselves to go backward requires conscious discipline. We cannot just feel our feelings and forget about it. We have to be committed to shifting our thoughts. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Is there something from your past you feel have forgiven and gotten over but you continue to think about it? ? Are there things from your past you haven’t dealt with so they haunt your present? ? Have you ever cheated or been cheated on? ? Have people in your life died or abandoned you in some way that you fear loss so much it impacts your ability to open your heart to love? Rachel’s Question: Rachel wants to get over the pain of adultery and on with her relationship. Rachel’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? Her husband cheated. ? She hasn’t forgiven herself. ? She sweeps things under the rug. ? She lost many people in her life. ? She’s comfortable being sad and scared. ? She had a codependent relationship with her mother. ? She lacks a sense of self. ? She was in denial about her mother’s death. ? She projects her issues on to her girls. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to work with a professional or coach to work through her issues. ? She should attend my Signature Retreat in the Spring of 2019. ? She should read Expectation Hangover. ? She needs to love and forgive herself. Assignments For You: ? If there is something you are stuck on write in your journal using the sentence starter ‘This reminds me of…’ and ‘I’ve felt like this before’ to see what memories come up. ? If you have a lot of emotion coming up that you are having a hard time managing get some help. Don’t let money be the reason you don’t get help. ? If you are feeling triggered or can’t get over something, Expectation Hangover is the holistic way to get over any type of disappointment. ? If you are in the sadness or victim zone, bring more fun and pleasure into your life. Sponsors: Daily Harvest — delivers frozen, one-step prep, plant-based eats, and refreshing drinks right to your door. Use promo code OVERIT to get 3 free Daily Harvest cups added to your first box. Resources: Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community Expectation Hangover Christine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches Corner Christine on Facebook Christine’s Books @ChristinHassler on Twitter @ChristineHassler on Instagram Assist@ChristineHassler.com — For those interested in being on the show Suicide Prevention Lifeline — 800-273-TALK (8255)
Jun 9, 2018
Listen in as Christine discusses why growth can be so painful, why the pain is not “bad”, ways to decrease the pain, and why the pain is NOT necessary for growth. Link to blog/podcast she mentions: https://christinehassler.com/2018/03/do-you-have-enough-pleasure-in-your-life/ Please help this show by taking the podcast one survey: www.Podcastone.com/mysurvey
Jun 6, 2018
This call is about struggling with a decision and breaking free of unhealthy patterns. Today’s caller, Sandie, knows what she should do but needs validation that the choice is the right one for her. My coaching to her covers codependency, overcoming addictions and breaking generational patterns. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode143] Until we heal what has hurt us in our childhoods we look for people who remind us of the parent that hurt us the most. We keep going to the same well, with a different face, hoping that finally there will be water in it instead of healing our core issues, loving ourselves and breaking the pattern. And, sometimes when a child grows up with a single parent the child grows up more quickly and becomes a kind of surrogate spouse to the single parent. Then, part of the child’s identity is to be in a relationship as a caretaker which can lead to codependency. A lot of us struggle with accepting the good things that come to us. The universe opens a door but walking through it means leaving something or someone else behind. When you are delivering the truth with love, if the receiving person gets upset, it is their responsibility. Oftentimes, the most loving choice is the honest choice. Loving someone doesn’t mean placating them. Loving someone doesn’t mean staying in a situation that is not good for you because you don’t want to hurt the other person. Often, the decisions that hurt people the most truly help them the most. Would you like to become a masterful, profitable coach? Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. There are only 9 spaces left. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. I am conducting a one-day workshop for men and women in London on July 21st. Visit Christine Hassler in London or Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Are you at a crossroads? Are there decisions you are struggling with? ? Do you not want to repeat the lives of your parents but you see yourself going down a similar path? ? Can you identify with being a little codependent? Where you enmeshed with one of your parents? ? Was one of your parents an addict? ? Are you currently in a relationship with an addict? Sandie’s Question: Sandie feels that she is at a crossroads in her life and would like to know if she should follow a job opportunity. Sandie’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She is in a relationship with an older man who is an addict. ? Her father is a severe alcoholic. ? She never felt loved by her father. ? She has an offer for a new job. ? She doesn’t want to follow in her mother’s footsteps. ? She feels responsible for other people’s feelings. ? She’s codependent. ? She always wanted her dad to change. ? She knew the right thing for her all along. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She should say yes to the opportunity to get out of her current situation. ? She should go to Al-Anon. ? She needs to get a counselor. ? She should take a break from dating for one year. ? She needs to write out what her life will look like if she continues down her current path. Assignments For You: ? If you have been or are currently in a relationship with an addict I recommend Al-Anon. ? If you are coming out of a relationship I encourage you not to date for a while. Get to know yourself. ? If you have a big decision don’t wait until you feel ready. ? If you are scared about something imagine a worst-case future scenario. ? If you are at a crossroads and you don’t know what to do, seek the advice of a professional. ? If someone in your life says they will change but never do, it might be time for you to make some changes. Sponsors: Phlur — is World Class Perfumers who create sustainable, award-winning scents at an honest...
Jun 2, 2018
Listen in as Christine chats with fellow entrepreneur Joel Brown about how to achieve lasting and fulfilling success. Joel drops lots of tips in this Coaches Corner and takes you through a very powerful visioning process so grab your pen and journal for this episode! More about Joel . . . With heart and hunger, Joel Brown built addicted2success.com from scratch to be the #1 motivation site in the world. With over 100 million views and over 50 Million Unique website views from his world wide audience, Joel has insights and analytics on Personal Development like no other in his industry. His Addicted2Success podcast has reached over 1.2 million podcast plays and downloads to date and his Social Media following is at 2 Million+. Joel is making his mark on the world through his online and offline contributions, recently raising over $50,000 in 2 weeks with his Addicted2Success community to build a school in Laos with Pencils of Promise for children living in poverty.
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