When emotions hit us, they throw us completely off-guard. In many respects, BIG emotions can even feel disabling. We are […]Read more
Life is always being mirrored back to us and when our mirrors are clean and shiny, we can perceive what’s […]Read more
This Rosh Hashanah, I sat down with myself to re-evaluate my Higher purpose, intentions and goals. New years are always […]Read more
At the beginning of this year, I made a very specific new year’s resolution to begin listening to understand, instead […]Read more
We asked Dr. Kobernick to come back because I have been getting tons of questions about Radical Acceptance, which is a building block of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I’ve also noticed that our most popular episodes have been those about BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and DBT so, I knew we needed an expert to come in and talk about it some more.
I once asked a friend who she wanted to become before she was a mother. It was an innocent question. […]Read more
To You reading this right now.. I want to begin this blog post by thanking you for reading it. In […]Read more
It’s admittedly been hard to tune out the voices of the world recently and dive inwards. Inward has always been […]Read more
Naomi’s original motivators to lose weight did not work in the long term. This was partly because they were all about avoiding something negative, not about gaining a positive (“I want to lose weight so I won’t be judged by strangers” vs “I want to lose weight so I can run around with my children”). The people surrounding her encouraged her to change focus. She calls these people her “team.” This includes not only her friends, colleagues, and family but also podcasters whom she listens to and authors she reads regularly, but has never met.