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?
Do you take vitamins? It may even be a part of your daily routine and few of us would argue on their benefits. What does this have to do with gratitude? In today’s episode I share with you why practicing daily gratitude is like a vitamin that can not only improve your day but also set you up for a longer and happier life.
Thursdays are special days. I use it to prepare for Shabbat which I love celebrating and getting to spend time with my family. I also get to connect with you and share with you things that I am learning and contemplating about gratitude.
What happens when you are going through your own healing process and unintentionally neglect the relationships in your personal life?
Today I am coming back to you from Jerusalem. We are ending our fabulous trip and heading back to the States in the morning, but I wanted to wrap up this journey with another lesson about gratitude that I have learned over the past couple of weeks.
Today I am coming to you from Jerusalem, Israel. I am spending the holidays with my family which I am so grateful for. We are participating in a few fasts and I wanted to share with you the gratitude that I have found THROUGH the process of fasting.
Can a hug make a difference in our mental health? What are “self-hugs”? What is it about physical touch that is so healing? Dr. Stone Kraushaar, also known as the “Hug Doctor” says that hugs can be a game-changer for our mental wellbeing and shares with us why we underestimate the power of a hug.