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Weekly tales of wisdom for mindful people on the go. Host: Venerable Miao Guang Find us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bodhilighttales Twitter: https://twitter.com/BodhiLightTales Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQNLj4Na5-xtN4O5wksBGvg Blogspot: https://bodhilightfgs.blogspot.com/ Acknowledgments: 1. All stories of Bodhi Light Tales are based on Venerable Master Hsing Yun's works. 2. Logo Design by Sedona Garcia 3. Music by Nicholas Ng (Australia) 4. Stories edited by FGS I ...
 
Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Clinical psychologist Dr. Nicholas Westers of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) interviews the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members of those who have self-injured. This podcast is meant to be a resource for parents, professionals, and people with lived ...
 
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Uppalavanna is a beautiful woman who had a thought of renunciation, but gave up as she thought it's a waste of her beauty. The Buddha then came by to teach her about impermanence.. Illustration: Venerable Zhi Sheng (知聖法師) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodhi-light-tales/message
 
Manga are comics or graphic novels originating from Japan. Not only do manga reveal and reinforce cultural values, beliefs, and norms, particularly in Japan, but they can also be used as a teaching tool and source of information. Manga and other comics can be used in medicine to learn and teach about illness and to build empathy. They also have the…
 
After the Buddha attained enlightenment, the Four Heavenly Kings tried to give an offering, but why did the Buddha decline their offerings? Illustration: Sofan Chan (http://www.theartofhappiness.net/buddha_paintings.htm) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodhi-light-tales/message
 
Many parents understandably want their child to stop self-injuring immediately, but cessation of self-injury is often a process and recurrence of episodes of self-injury can be expected, even when in therapy. In this episode, Dr. Jessica Garisch provides insight for parents about expectations for therapy and helping their child stop engaging in sel…
 
It's the Buddha's birthday soon and his disciples were trying to think what's the best gift for their teacher. However, this thought caused more harm than good... Illustration: Sofan Chan (http://www.theartofhappiness.net/buddha_paintings.htm) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodhi-light-tales/message…
 
Why is it important to talk about nonsuicidal self-injury among LGBTQ individuals? Just how prevalent is self-injury among those who identify as LGBTQ? And are there differences in rates of self-injury among sexual minority individuals (e.g., Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual) compared to those that are Transgender or Gender Diverse? In this episode, Dr. …
 
What is contentment? How can we find it? This bonus episode is a recording of a live discussion led by Venerable Miao Guang on one of our Bodhi Light Tales Story #33 #33 Living with Contentment on June 5th, 6pm PST over Clubhouse. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodhi-light-tales/message…
 
When is it appropriate for someone who engages in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) to be admitted to an acute psychiatric inpatient program? And how realistic is it to expect no self-injury or self-harm to occur at all while in the hospital? How should hospital staff respond and intervene when someone engages in self-injury while on an inpatient unit…
 
Why is letting go challenging? How can we learn to let go? This bonus episode is a recording of a live discussion led by Venerable Miao Guang on one of our Bodhi Light Tales Story #17 Let Go & Be Saved held on May 22nd, 2021 over Clubhouse. ----- A new season is on its way to you. In the meantime, join us in our next Clubhouse Q&A is on June 5th at…
 
In this episode, Lexy details her experience of engaging in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and the stigma she has encountered as a result of self-injury and self-harm. Lexy is the current Student Representative of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) and a PhD candidate working in the area of self-injury stigma. She is curr…
 
[Bonus Episode] Choose 1️⃣: 💪Body, 💰Wealth, 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦Family&Friends, or🧠Mind? Which of the four are most important? This bonus episode is a recording of a live discussion led by Venerable Miao Guang on one of our Bodhi Light Tales stories: The Four Wives held on April 24th over Clubhouse. ----- A new season is on its way to you. In the meantime, join…
 
A teenager left home after a fight with his mom and ended up in prison. Find out what happened when his mom visited him in prison. Illustration: Jukuei Hsiao Thank you for listening to Bodhi Light Tales. This brings us to the end of our first season. A new season is on its way to you, but in the meantime, please join us on Clubhouse. Our next Clubh…
 
When we talk about nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) in this podcast, we are typically referring to the most common forms of NSSI. But what about rarer, more significant forms of self-harm and self-harming behaviors that do not fit neatly within the typical definition of NSSI, like ingesting foreign objects to intentionally cause internal injury? And …
 
How do we assess self-injury differently than 20-30 years ago? Rather than asking someone to remember how they were thinking and feeling when they last self-injured days, weeks, and even months ago, advances in technology allow researchers and clinicians to monitor self-injury and self-harm in real time, as it occurs. In this episode, Dr. Glenn Kie…
 
A lot of therapies address the context in which nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and self-harm may occur, but only a few treatments have been designed to address NSSI specifically. In this episode, we dive into one of these treatments: Treatment for Self-Injurious Behaviors (T-SIB). Dr. Peggy Andover, its lead developer, walks us through the 9 sessio…
 
How many psychologists have lived experience of nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI)? What biases should mental health professionals with and without a history of self-injury keep in mind when treating or supervising someone who has lived experience? In this episode, Dr. Victor shares preliminary data that she has just begun analyzing regarding the preva…
 
Life’s wisdom is most often found in setbacks and losses. An obese man couldn't find clothings that fit him, until he met a kind tailor who shared a wisdom that helped him changed the way he view life... Illustration: Venerable Dao Pu --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodhi-light-tales/message…
 
In this episode, Malika details her experience of disclosing her self-injury to her parents as a teenager, seeking treatment, and how she decided to start Selfharmerproblems Instagram and YouTube pages. Follow her on Instagram and YouTube, and visit her new website at www.selfharmerproblems.org. To watch all her YouTube videos about her lived exper…
 
What are some common reasons people give for choosing to disclose their self-injury? How do positive and negative reactions affect someone’s willingness to disclose their self-injury or self-harm in the future and their likelihood of discontinuing their self-injury? In this episode, Dr. Ammerman shares findings from her research in which individual…
 
Imagine receiving a phone call from your child's school expressing concern that your child might be suicidal. This is Dee's story. In this episode she shares about how she was able to differentiate between self-harm of suicide and nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI), support her daughter through the process, connect her to therapy, and what advice she h…
 
What is the quality of online health information related to self-injury and self-harm? What are some of the risks and benefits related to seeking self-injury content on the internet? In this episode, Dr. Lewis details 3 overarching risks and 4 overarching benefits of accessing self-injury content online. He also discusses his research related to th…
 
What are common ways we talk about self-injury or self-harm that may inadvertently perpetuate stigma about the behavior and those who engage in it? In this episode, Dr. Hasking offers a unique way of thinking about words like "contagious" and "recovery." She also provides insights into the pros and cons of including a Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Disord…
 
How can we make the best use of everything around us and make them valuable and precious? A sandalwood merchant had difficulties selling his high-quality sandalwood. A charcoal merchant came by to give him some ideas... Illustration: Complete Works of Venerable Master Hsing Yun --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodhi-light-tales/messag…
 
If you suspect that your child might be engaging in self-injury, how do you start the conversation and how often should you check in with your child so that you are not being too invasive? How can parents safely set rules if they fear their child might self-injure in response to these rules? In this episode, we answer these questions and more as we…
 
Today there is still confusion among a lot people about the differences between suicide and nonsuicidal self-injury. Although nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a form of self-harm and a risk factor for attempting suicide, the two behaviors should not be confused and those who self-injure should not be assumed to be “suicidal.” In this episode, we d…
 
Self-injury does not reflect typical behavior, but it is also not uncommon. One in five adolescents across the globe reports having self-injured, and one in twenty adolescents in the United States reports having self-injured 6 or more times in the past 12 months. Self-injury isn’t limited to adolescents: 13% of young adults and 6% of adults also re…
 
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