This week we released an episode with Dr. Frier on the topic of grief. I decided to release the episode a little earlier than we had planned because of all the grief we are collectively experiencing through the coronavirus.
Losing someone you love can feel unbearable. Walking through grief and navigating the emotions that come up even years after your loss is a journey unlike anything you will experience in this life. When the loved one that you lose is a child, the grief can be overwhelming. Today I had the honor of connecting with Dr. Eric Fier, a psychiatrist who not only understands grief from a professional standpoint, but also a deep personal level.
Sometimes the trauma that we carry is completely unconscious. At times this trauma can affect not only our mental health but also our physical health. Today we connected with the incredible Fally Klein, who is a hypnotherapist, author, and breathwork practitioner who will help us uncover another powerful tool in our healing journey.
My guest this week, Mark West says he believes that we “all have a runner in us”. Mark is a long distance runner and mental health advocate who is using his platform to not only encourage everyone to adapt a running routine into their life but do so to improve their mental health.
In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, I wanted to come to you today and talk about the role of gratitude during this stressful time. Like you, I am balancing work, children, being home, and navigating my own mental health while the world is in a panic. I wanted to share with you how gratitude is helping me get through this difficult time.
Today we are coming to you with a bonus episode to address the anxiety you may be feeling over the Coronavirus. We are going through a difficult time globally, however we are also connecting in a beautiful way. There is so much support in the world and that is bringing us together.
Can what we eat have a drastic effect on our mental health? Is it possible to heal our brains and be able to rewire years of conditioning through things like changing our diet? We are bringing a favorite on the show Dr. Selena Barlett, back for her third appearance to discuss the implications our diet has on our mental health.
Do you ever feel trapped? Like there is no way out of the difficult situation you are in? This week we are talking about the power of choice, the importance of understanding our self worth, and getting out of toxic and even abusive relationships.
What is happiness? Is it something that we earn? Something that is dependent on outside circumstances? Is it something that we can experience even in the midst of mental health struggles? This week I had the incredible honor of connecting with someone that I have looked up to for a long time, the co-founder of Happiness Studies Academy, author, and Harvard lecturer Dr. Tal Ben Shahar.