With so much going on in the world with the spread of COVID-19, in this episode, I will be talking about some of my experiences this past week, as well as resources and a mindfulness practice which will hopefully support you as we are moving through this challenging time in our lives.
Being in a physically demanding sport like competitive bodybuilding requires exactness in so many areas, including but not limited to, dieting and exercise.
There is also a tremendous mental component in competing, especially at such a high level. How do you deal with competing at a professional and international level, or standing on stage in front of thousands of people, alongside the realities of life and relationships outside of competition?
Just speaking the word “divorce” can bring up some heavy and difficult feelings for many people, but Kim Korven, a Family Peace Specialist, is committed and working with divorcing couples and individuals to change this paradigm.
There can be pretty big misconceptions about couples therapy being the beginning of the end of a relationship. Matt Cahill, a registered psychotherapist who works with both couples and individuals, sees couples therapy as a proactive measure that can help couples communicate more effectively and protect their relationship from the stresses of inevitable changes and differences.
Reawakening sexual desire, increasing intimacy, and reconnecting with one’s physical body are all topics Lacey Broussard, the Multiorgasmic Mama, and I explore today as she shares her passion as a holistic sex coach.
When it’s necessary to make difficult decisions in a marriage, what can be the consequences? When these decisions impact you and your partner in major ways, what will the marriage look like during and after the dust has settled? I explore these realities and more in part two of my conversation with Katie Sullivan.
Katie Sullivan’s story of her life and marriage could be the stuff of movies. But it is her true story and she shares the ups and downs and the in-betweens of navigating a relationship through life’s choices and circumstances in today’s episode.
Therapist Omar Bazza uses Twitter to educate and break down barriers about mental health with those who find him on the social media platform. By making himself available for questions, he is able to provide resources and information that can support people to better understand, identify and manage their mental health.
Psychotherapist April Snow, invites us to learn more about Highly Sensitive People and how HSPs can flourish in their daily lives. She describes the characteristics of individuals who possess the temperament of Sensory Processing Sensitivity, and she gives us some practical and thoughtful self-care ideas for both the Highly Sensitive Person and the Highly Sensitive Therapist.
Having a mental health toolkit can help you manage through a depressive episode. Debbie Brady, author of Depression Survival Guide shares with me some of the strategies she uses to manage her depression, and she gives actionable tips for how others can Plan, Prepare, and Persist as they manage their mental health.