Host Jonathan Harnisch talks about what is like Being the Real Me, incorporating a new sense of what self-empowerment is beginning to mean to Jonathan, and realizing his life-long goal of having peace of mind. It is possible. And you can do it! Stay positive!
Host Jonathan Harnisch is just keepin it real on today's episode, encouraging all of you to be The Real You, and to speak your truth! Plus, one of your questions for Jonathan is answered on the air, and on jharnisch.com. Stay real and positive!
Host Jonathan Harnisch expands on the significance of bringing to your doctor, if diagnosed with a severe mental illness, all the information that you can, including a loved one, another person, who might be able to provide insights about yourself that you might not have access to by yourself. Also, Jonathan recognizes how difficult it can be to just "snap out" of it sometimes, but offers some tools and insight, when stress arises.
The Real Me Host Jonathan Harnisch is "On the Road" underneath a nasty hail storm with his wife, Maureen as they return from yet another planned day on the town. Jonathan talks about how getting out of one's safety zone for certain periods of time and with the right people can be helpful in recharging overall self-esteem and sense of well being, part of treating schizophrenia right! A terrific day, and Maureen is interviewed briefly with her take on the positive and negative effects that schizophrenia has on one's ability and need to just get out now and then. Thanks to the nearly 700 subscribers now on TRM! You are all the greatest! Until then, stay positive!
Jonathan Harnisch, your host on The Real Me is back and while OFF THE CUFF, it's was just one of those days... again. With some software crashes, this episode had to be postponed, but is now LIVE. And the blood test mentioned, which had been feared, and the "day after," turned out much better than was expected, thanks to the expressions made on this episode. Such topics as resentments, forgiveness, and "faux spirituality," are spoken about here on Episode #31. Stay Positive!
On this episode, Jonathan talks about identifying the cries that come from one's inner child and realizing what and how people crave help from others. When feeling alone, everybody can be their own best friend by speaking to and caring for his or her inner child, the deeper self... on the instant, and forever.
On today's episode, Host Jonathan Harnisch speaks candidly and with no agenda in mind. Coming from a place of peacefulness and clear thinking, Jonathan imparts some new thought, about what control and ownership means and doesn't mean, and how he's been separating himself from everyday stress, and being "satisfied," even through tragedy.
Host Jonathan Harnisch found an archived video clip he shot for his auto-biographical documentary back in July 2009, at age 33, just before his last break with reality. Most of the 700 hours of footage for this film was compromised but this one remains intact. Jonathan talks about his tics and Tourette's Spectrum (ever since been considered Schizophrenia Spectrum) and "Surviving the Teen Years." More to come...
Host Jonathan Harnisch reflects with insightfulness on his recovery from trauma, schizophrenia and stigma, and redefining who The Real Jonathan is all about. Grounded and at peace today, Jonathan shares with you some of the tools, including an interesting use of writing "sticky notes" to help get through the more difficult times of life with mental illness, for when they do arise, inevitably.