Which lens are you currently viewing your life through? I just practiced mindfulness meditation in my backyard the other day […]Read more
That one visitor we all DREAD…
What I’m about to share is super important because I believe it can be applied to each and every one […]Read more
Sex & Intimacy in the Orthodox Jewish Community: What’s working, What’s not working & What needs to change (Talli Rosenbaum)
Talli Rosenbaum, an individual, couples and certified sex therapist, who deals mainly with human relationships, and in particular, intimate relationships, joins us in this eye opening episode that confronts a controversial topic that needs exploration. Suppressed and overt traumas of all kinds can be often be triggered and revealed in intimate and personal sexual situations. Even more, one’s first sexual experience in of itself, can be perceived as a traumatic event, if conversation, mutual expectations, assumptions and desires are not properly addressed in advance.
Trauma Reactions vs Healthy Instincts (Esther Goldstein)
Esther Goldstein is a licensed clinical social worker and trauma specialist, supporting adults with anxiety, depression, and trauma. She appreciates human struggles, unknowns and challenges and has seen pain, hurt and defeat as well as persistence, commitment and triumph.
It’s Called Manifesting… Look It Up (Anna Przy)
Anna Przy, (Anna Przybylski) is a wife, business owner and humorous social media personality who juggles and struggles life with mental health challenges. Having been diagnosed with Anorexia, ADHD and depression, she channels her creativity into entertaining and engaging media content, to provide humor and help those who need a lift from the problems we all face.
BIRTHDAY MUSINGS! #FOREVER YOUNG
My name מתנה, Matana was taken from last week’s Torah portion (which was read a week earlier in Israel) “וממדבר […]Read more
Not Everyone Understands (Solo)
We welcome summer in with happiness and optimism at whats to come. Coming out of our series on Marriage & Relationships and looking forward, we still hear and see many who do not understand the what the struggles with mental health means and how demanding and dominating it can be on ourselves and those whom we love. Some of us are alienated by those who we considered friends and others are pushed back into stigma.
Taking the leap of Faith – How Hope to Recharge was born
Over 200 episodes, 100 000 downloads, multiple speaking engagements and my very own personal clients who I help navigate the […]Read more
How We Did It & What’s Next (Solo)
As Hope to Recharge completes its 3rd year and 200th episode, we take a moment to recognize past achievements and accomplishments and give gratitude to those who helped reach this milestone. Although the journey of healing was treacherous and laden with the possibility of defeat, we continue to discuss and practice the essential tools that allow us to move forward each day.
Turning Awareness into ACTION
Over the years, I have found May to be a month of growth, change and hope for me. As mental […]Read more