Fishing Without Bait 146: James Buckley on Sing To Stop Domestic Violence

Jim Ellermeyer continues his discussion with musician James Buckley about his involvement with the Sing To Stop Domestic Violence event.  In this part, they talk about  the steps towards getting our of an abusive situation and make the best decisions for their situation, understanding how people feel in these situations, some of the great organizations he works with for the event, and what to expect from the event.  

 Support a great cause at the Sing To Stop Domestic Violence July 14th 2:00 pm to 10:00 PM at Need's Hotel, 5438 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA.  

James Buckley is a musician and multimedia creator.  You can check out his company at www.inwardvision.com. You can also listen to his online radio station at www.rockpittsburgh.com

Hope Center - www.akhopecenter.org
The Center for Victims - www.centerforvictims.org
Read more about Robin Lane here: www.nodepression.com/article/robin-lane-when-things-go-right

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Episode 145: James Buckley Discusses Domestic Violence

Jim Ellermeyer is joined by an old friend in musician James Buckley about his involvement with the Sing To Stop Domestic Violence event. We discuss the what leads to these situations, from the fear to the connections, the power of the offender, how the event reaches out to try to help, justifying abuse, the stories and more. 

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 Support a great cause at the Sing To Stop Domestic Violence July 14th 2:00 pm to 10:00 PM at Need's Hotel, 5438 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA.  

James Buckley is a musician and multimedia creator.  You can check out his company at www.inwardvision.com. You can also listen to his online radio station at www.rockpittsburgh.com

Hope Center - www.akhopecenter.org
The Center for Victims - www.centerforvictims.org
Read more about Robin Lane here: www.nodepression.com/article/robin-lane-when-things-go-right

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Episode144: 12 Steps Part 2: Taking Moral Inventory and Resentments

Jim Ellermeyer takes us through the next 3 steps of the 12 Step Program including taking a moral inventory of your life, your resentments, being selfish or dishonest in an emotional relationship with another, working with a trusted person, and more! 

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Episode 143: 12 Steps Part 1: Admission and the Higher Power

Jim Ellermeyer takes us through the first 3 steps of the 12 Step Program from admitting your powerlessness over your addiction and identifying that with your authentic self, believing in a higher power and converting that into faith, and deciding to turn your life over to this higher power, and paying attention on purpose. 

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Episode 142: Bipolar Disorder Tilt A Whirl with Chris Whitlatch

Christopher Whitlatch concludes his discussion about dealing with bipolar disorder with Jim Ellermeyer with a discussion on listening, how his experience feels like a Tilt a Whirl, the symptoms to look for and how to start moving in the direction for treatment.

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You can also explore Chris Whitlatch’s Into Pittsburgh series on PCTV 21 ! 

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Episode 141: Getting Help for Bipolar Disorder with Chris Whitlatch

Christopher Whitlatch continues his discussion about dealing with bipolar disorder with Jim Ellermeyer including having the strength to accept help, the importance of having his partner in sessions from time to time and understanding what it is and what it isn’t when people think about mental illness.   

Check out Chris’s story here.

You can also explore Chris Whitlatch’s Into Pittsburgh series on PCTV 21 ! 

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Episode 140: Talking about Bipolar Disorder with Chris Whitlatch

Christopher Whitlatch joins Jim Ellermeyer to discuss his decision to discuss his experiences with bipolar disorder as part of ConCamo at a story telling event. Chris discusses getting the bravery to talk about it with his professional background, initially seeking treatment, what the disease feels like and “chasing the tiger” and more. 

Check out Chris’s story here.

You can also explore Chris Whitlatch’s Into Pittsburgh series on PCTV 21 ! 

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Episode 139: Getting Some Ink with LP at the Velvet Tail Tattoo

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Jim Ellermeyer is on location getting a new tattoo of our Podcast logo at the Velvet Tail Tattoo with Lindsey “LP” Potter.  Jim talks with us about the meaning behind that logo,and LP chats with us about relationships and how she handles those that  may be making a wise mind decision. 

Find more of Lindsey's work at www.instagram.com/lp_inks/ !

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Episode 138: More About Equine Therapy with Sasha Zeleznik

Jim Ellermeyer continues his discussion with Sasha Zeleznik about Equine Therapy. How did we connect a horse to therapy?  What makes them appropriate for this?  How does this help with schizophrenia? What activities are involved interacting with the horse?

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You can contact Sasha at sasha.seclairer@gmail.com and through 

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Episode 138: Discovering Equine Therapy with Sasha Zeleznik

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Jim Ellermeyer is joined by Sasha Zeleznik. We begin our discussion about her background and finding her passion in horses, discovering their emotional reactions, the expectations of being confident leaders, whether they “time travel” and more.  

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