My listeners know that I believe that one should always have an Attitude of Gratitude. It emphasizes the positive and […]Read more
You’re an entrepreneur. You’ve committed your heart, life and soul to a business that you are sure will be a […]Read more
My energy practitioner, Brian Weiss, was interviewed a number of months ago on Hope to Recharge, but today I had […]Read more
HOPE TO RECHARGE #44 HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR RELATIONSHIPS WITH RHOBERTA SHALER, P.H.D. You met this wonderful guy, and he […]Read more
After experiencing a major transition in her personal life, our guest this week success coach and author Heather Vickery says that she discovered the power of gratitude. She learned that when she shifted her energy and made space for her emotions, things began to change in her life. This week we hear her story and learn more about this powerful tool that we all have access to.
There are many ways to find relief from depression. There are creative ways to cope with anxiety. As humans there is not a “one size fits all” approach to anything and especially in our mental wellness. This week we are talking all things mental health, creativity, and the power of surrender.
Suicide is a very heavy topic. It is one that we often avoid because it is dark and can leave many of us in fear and confusion on how to respond when a loved one is struggling or if we have had our own thoughts of death.
No one can fully prepare you to be a mother. You not only have to navigate the logistics of taking care of another human but you may also experience an array of emotions and internal battles that new mothers face. Postpartum depression is often experienced but not spoken about …until now.
How can we find happiness when we are told “no”? Maybe a client has turned down our service or perhaps we have been asking God for something specific and haven’t received it. How can we be grateful during times like this and find joy even in the midst of disappointment?
If you or someone you know runs their own business you know how stressful and demanding it can be. Many entrepreneurs work excessive hours, do not get enough sleep, and suffer from high levels of stress. Since they are so invested in their business, it may be difficult for them to recognize the mental health issues that they may be facing.