This week I am introducing to you someone who is incredibly special to me and has played one of the most significant roles not only in my life but also in my healing process from mental illness.
This episode is special for me in so many ways. I interviewed my husband, Ari. It is very personal and […]Read more
In 2013 I began experiencing what I now know to be a hypomanic episode. I had decided to up and […]Read more
This week we are digging into an extremely difficult but necessary topic. I had the special honor of connecting with Anne Moss, a mother, author, and founder of Emotionally Naked, a blog dedicated to her late son Charles Aubrey Rogers, who lost his life to suicide.
Does gratitude REALLY make a difference? Do our lives truly improve through the daily practice of being thankful?
In Episode Seven we connected with neuroscientist Selena Bartlett and heard about the sister that she lost to mental illness and how that shifted Selena’s career to studying “brain health” and neuroplasticity.
Today’s guest is someone who reached out to me because of the podcast. I was moved by his willingness to […]Read more
I am excited to introduce you to consultant, project manager, runner, and listener of the show, Andreas Zapletal whom I recently got to know through a mutual networking group that we are in.
This week I turned 43. But something else happened this week. My first cousin, Avigayil Poupko Rock, passed away after […]Read more
Can you find gratitude in the midst of grief?
This week, on my birthday, my first cousin Avigail lost her battle to cancer, leaving behind a husband and five children. She was a brilliant woman and we will miss her terribly.