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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.
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?
Today’s episode is unlike any we have done up to this point. You will experience a live energy healing session between me and my energy coach, Brian Weiss.
Eli Brown was on his way to a promising career as a professional tennis player. Growing up in Canada, he fell in love with the sport and dedicated himself to strenuous practice and dedication to the game.
In 2008, Tony Grebmeier says that he almost lost everything. He had been struggling for years with addiction, was in severe debt, separated from his wife, and was considering taking his own life.
This week I had the honor of connecting with mobility expert Dr. Jen Esquer about how we can use mobility and fitness to prevent and treat mental health issues.
This week, I sat down with another individual who has played a huge role in my life and in my journey towards overcoming the mental health struggles that I have dealt with.
Today we are welcoming mental health advocate and fellow podcast host, Rachael Steinman to the show. Rachel hosts the “Dear Family” podcast which she says is like a “love letter” to families who have a loved one who is suffering from mental illness.