Traumatic experiences occur on a daily basis in our world. They can leave either physical or emotional scars. Scars are permanent, and these marks have the potential to affect our lives in many ways. Recovery occurs in our minds, and not having the right mindset can prevent us from moving forward.
In his new book, “Scar Release,” Cody Byrns shares his story of the horrific car crash in May 2013 that left him with third- and fourth-degree burns over much of his body. These scars left him devastated, both physically and emotionally. Despite his gratitude for having survived the crash, Cody initially struggled to deal with the effects of the crash. He pulled through, and now works through those challenges on a continuing, daily basis in a positive, life-affirming way.
Cody shares with Dr. Joey how he was able to shift his mindset, as well as the role his personal faith played in that progress. Cody also dives deeper into a study of scars and understanding the importance of not allowing those scars to prevent us from achieving a life of freedom and abundance.
Today’s guest is Cherlyn Decker, a speaker, writer, and coach who has helped hundreds of women turn their struggles into a source of strength.
Cherlyn believes that it’s only when we face our challenges that we can take back control and triumph over them. Cherlyn helps women become the warriors God created them to be!
Listen as Cherlyn talks with Dr. Joey about the special challenges of waiting on God’s timing during a pandemic!
Dan Pelino is an innovator, thought leader and author. He is the co-founder of Everyone Matters, Inc., a social impact enterprise dedicated to ensuring that everyone has the right to dignity and respect, to be who they are without being shamed or demeaned, and to thrive within their own unique individuality.
Pelino is the co-author of Trusted Healers: Dr. Paul Grundy And The Global Healthcare Crusade (September 2019).
He is a regular contributor to the discussion on healthcare, citizen based services and Smarter Cities having appeared on CNN, Bloomberg, the BBC and other media outlets.
Listen as Dan talks with Dr. Joey about the spiritual angle to healing…both the body and the mind.
Reverend Earl Johnson is one of the founders of the Spiritual Care Function of the American Red Cross and author of new book "Finding Comfort During Hard Times: A Guide to Healing After Disease, Violence, and Other Community Trauma."
For 10 years, Earl recruited, trained, and deployed credentialed healthcare chaplains to mass fatality events like 9-11.
Earl talks to Dr. Joey today about spiritual coping during the coronavirus crisis.
Known as “the best guy to know on the worst day of your life,” Dr. Charles W. Page (or “Dr. Chuck,” as he’s known to his patients) is a Texas-based surgeon, author, and storyteller.
For the past twenty years, he has served as a healer for thousands of patients and a confidant for their loved ones. With his book “A Spoonful of Courage,” Dr. Chuck has compiled some of the most inspiring stories of his career. Walking with each patient through their medical journey, Dr. Chuck experienced firsthand the life lessons that made them better, not bitter, filling their lives with joy, peace, and fulfillment during life’s most difficult seasons.
Listen as Dr. Chuck talks to Dr. Joey about how to find joy, peace and fulfillment during life's most difficult seasons.