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Hello and welcome to Overflow, a podcast dedicated to leading people to a place of hope, healing, and recovery. Each week, we'll explore topics such as brain health, faith, and personal growth. We'll look at practical ways to navigate anxiety and depression and how faith fits into the picture. Whether you experience challenges with brain health or you are looking to support someone, you've come to the right place!
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Feelings in My Body. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect o…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Triggers Are Everywhere. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Conne…
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In this episode, we discuss Embracing Concern and Rejecting Worry. This is part of a study inspired by Louie Giglio's Winning the War on Worry. Each week, we take concepts from Winning the War on Worry and apply them to brain health. 🌐 Episode page 📫 Email Newsletter 💬 Join our community 🙏 Leave a Review If you enjoyed listening to the podcast, we'…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter False Alarms. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Linke…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Necessary Interruptions. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Conne…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Feel Free to Feel. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on …
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Pressure Release. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on L…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Pressure Check. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Lin…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Toxic Optimism. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Lin…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Like a Child. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Linke…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter We Go Way Back. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Lin…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Choosing a Side. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Li…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Call Out the Lies. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on …
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter There It Is Again. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on …
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter What's On Replay. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on L…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Default Mode. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on Linke…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter It's Not a One-Player Game. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter http…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter Plan It Out. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter https://overflow.co…
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Episode Description In this episode, we discuss the chapter The Deep End. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter https://overflow.c…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION In this episode, we discuss the chapter Why Now? This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. CONNECT ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter https://overflow.commun…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION In this episode, we discuss the chapter Own Your Junk. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. CONNECT ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter https://overflow.…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION In this episode, we discuss the chapter Stop Before You Start - Pause. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. CONNECT ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter h…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION In this episode, we discuss the chapter Stop Before You Start - Pause. This is part of a study inspired by Reset - Powerful Habits to Own Your Thoughts, Understand Your Feelings, and Change Your Life by Debra Fileta. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Source: [1] Fileta, D. (2023). Reset. Ha…
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It’s a new year, and with it comes a new beginning for many seeking change in some area of their lives. This change could be a desire to get out of debt, lose a few extra pounds, or improve physical fitness. Whatever that may be, take a few minutes to reflect and write those things down. Put it in your journal or maybe a note on your phone. Maybe y…
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In this episode, we discuss the chapter titled There Is Always Hope. This is part of a study inspired by Seen – Healing Despair and Anxiety in Kids and Teens Through the Power of Connection by Will Hutcherson & Chinwé Williams, P.H.D. We take concepts from the book each week and apply them to brain health. Will opens with a story about Hannah. Will…
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Chinwé Williams opens this chapter with a story about her first counseling position as a high school counselor. During her time there, Chinwé, two students she refers to, Imani and Dayna. Both of these girls had played varsity basketball the year before but failed to make the team this particular year. The team had recruited new student-athletes to…
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Speak Life Chinwé opens this chapter by telling a story about a girl named Halle. Halle was a 16-year-old high school junior. At first, Chinwé was blown away by the confidence, poise, and self-control. By the end of their first session, she realized Halle was struggling. According to Chinwé, Halle was plagued by negative self-talk. What Chinwé lear…
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I can remember the time in my childhood when, as elementary students, we would have regular time on the playground with our friends. Inevitably, someone in our friend group or another group would say something quite hurtful. Oftentimes, this was the result of being hurt by the action or inaction of another peer in the group. The response from most …
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Will opens with a story about his son, Liam. He had asked his son to clean his room while he was working in his home office. After a few failed attempts to motivate his son, he tried to incentivize his ask by paying him $3 if he cleaned his room. If he failed to clean his room, his son would owe Will $3. The idea backfired when his son, in tears, b…
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A Brief Recap In our last episode, you might recall that when we become hopeless and disconnected from our emotional state, the two halves of the brain begin to separate. This dis-pairing process is called emotional detachment. When the two sides of our brain are detached, it makes dealing with the constant flow of emotions difficult. When kids or …
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The Brain Is made up of two hemispheres and two essential functions. Left Brain Right Brain ​ Right Brain Responsible for emotional processing. This is where the amygdala processes fear and other emotions that activate 'fight, flight, or freeze' during stressful or dangerous situations. It's also the part of the brain affected by parent-child attac…
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Will opens with a story about one of his top students, Tyler. ​ Tyler was a seventeen-year-old student who he described as funny, respectful, and smart. It appeared as if Tyler had it all together. On the inside, Tyler was struggling with despair. “He shared with me the struggle he had to get out of bed some mornings. Despite loving the program and…
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"You now have the proper tools to step into the fight and to stand your ground. There will be days when you'll get it right. When you'll trust in your identity as a loved son or daughter of God and when you practice gratitude--taking captive the lies of worry and replacing those thoughts with ones that are pure and lovely. And there will be days yo…
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Description In this episode, we discuss Who Needs to be Awake All Night. This is part of a study inspired by Winning the War on Worry by Louie Giglio. Each week, we take concepts from Louie Giglio's book, Winning the War on Worry, and apply them to brain health. Connect ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on LinkedIn 📷 Connect on Instagram 🌐 E…
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Far too often, the reason worry sticks around is we become complacent. We accept worry as just another part of our lives. “In the previous chapter we looked at how the perfect love of God drives out fear and leads us to surrender our idea of control, which then leads us to worship rather than worry. The more we discover about the love of God, the m…
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“…when we invite God into our worry, we begin to realize that more than any solution, He wants to give us a Savior. He wants to invite us into an intimate and personal relationship with His Son.”1 “The counteragent for worry isn’t control. It’s faith rooted in love.” Introduction Louie opens by telling a story about when he was in college. He was i…
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Louie Giglio's book. Each week, I take concepts from Winning the War on Worry and apply them to brain health. "Knowing who worry is (a liar) and what worry is made of (its anatomy-rooted in fear), we can know our Enemy and his tactics. " [1] "And knowing our Enemy is essential to being able to fight well."…
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Louie Giglio's book. Each week, I take concepts from Winning the War on Worry and apply them to brain health. Louie opens by telling a story about how his wife Shelly is an A-Z person while he is an A-B type personality. He deeply loves and appreciates his wife. But both personality types are susceptible t…
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This is the aftershow to The Anatomy of Worry. No show notes to speak of. Enjoy! Enjoy Overflow content? Leave a tip here https://pages.overflow.community/products/tip-jar 🔗 CONNECT ✉️ Subscribe to the newsletter 💼 Connect on LinkedIn 📷 Connect on Instagram ⭐️ Leave A Review If you enjoyed listening to the podcast, we'd love for you to leave a revi…
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Louie opens the chapter with a story about a time he and his wife attended a NASCAR race. While they were there, they had the opportunity to ride around the track in one of the pace cars. They sat in the back while a twenty-year NASCAR veteran driver drove them around the track at well over one hundred miles per hour. Louie talks in detail about ho…
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“We’ve already established that the root of worry is fear. And fear doesn’t come from God. Thus, at the heart of worry is the devil. And Scripture is clear the devil is a liar.”1 Louie Giglio “When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies” (John 8:44). “To put it simply, worry isn’t just a bad habit. Worry is …
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Louie Giglio's book. Each week, I take concepts from Winning the War on Worry and apply them to brain health. “Worry is so prevalent in our society and throughout our daily lives that it often feels inescapable. Instead of worry being an occasional event, many of us have learned to embrace worry as a part …
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. “When you’re winning, you’re winning. When you’re losing, you’re learning.”1 Craig Groeschel We must remember to keep moving forward. “As you continue walking, you’ll …
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. Craig Groeschel opens this section by telling a story about an old house (1910) he and his wife Amy lived in early in their marriage. In his den, he had a couch, lamp,…
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. It’s All You – Introduction Craig Groeschel opens the section with a story about his friend Paco. The two of them were at the gym doing a chest burnout. After lifting …
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. But God Can - Intro Craig Groeschel begins this section much like the last, telling a story. In this instance, he tells about a Buick Century he once owned that got re…
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. Craig Groeschel begins the section by telling a funny story about a thirty-five-year-old woman in Ness, Kansas, who got stuck sitting on the toilet for two years. [1] …
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. “Farmers know that you not only reap what you sow but also reap after you sow.”1 “You plant in one season and then have to wait until another season for the harvest.”1…
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Note: A lot of the material is inspired by Craig Groeschel's book. Each week, I take concepts from Pastor Craig Groeschel's book, The Power To Change, and apply them to brain health. “You don’t just reap what you sow. You reap more than you sow.” [1] “If you put a kernel of wheat in the ground, it will produce a stalk with three heads of wheat. A h…
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